News Briefs: College selects three to speak at convocation

College selects three to speak at convocation

PCC has chosen three students to be speakers at its multicultural convocation celebration at West Campus on May 3.

• Marci Robledo is a member of Phi Theta Kappa. She is earning two certificates and an associate of arts degree in anthropology, a certificate in field archaeology field and lab fundamentals, and a certificate in field archaeology for Southwestern cultures.

• Berenice Terán Parra is receiving two associate degrees: an associate of arts in liberal arts and an associate of general studies. She is also receiving an Arizona General Education Curriculum Certificate in liberal arts.

• Wendy M. Turner is receiving an associate in general studies degree. She works for PCC in the office of grants, planning and institutional research.

 

-By Nina Elliott

 

Contest honors

Japanese

speech skills

 

Three Pima Community College students received awards at the Arizona Statewide Japanese Speech Contest held April 15 in Phoenix.

Nine Pima students participated.

Awards included:

• Judges’ award (overall): Katie Gleckler.

• Second place, category B (second semester): Jaclyn Mona.

• Second place, category C (third and fourth semesters): Kiyono Bernier.

• Penmanship Award (overall): Kiyono Bernier.

 

-By Eric Klump

 

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