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