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Clark State Honors 49 Students at Student Recognition Night

Clark State Honors 49 Students at Student Recognition Night

May 11, 2022

Clark State College bestowed honors on 49 students in various areas including Student Life (Phi Theta Kappa, Student Ambassadors, Student Senate, Physical Therapist Assistant Club), Work Study and Academic Programs with a celebration held on Wednesday, May 4, at the Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts and Conference Center in Springfield.

Faculty, staff and student organization advisors nominated outstanding students in their programs.

“We are so proud of our students and all of their accomplishments. It is an honor to celebrate our outstanding students – their perseverance, academic performance and commitment are remarkable,” said Nina Wiley, dean of student engagement and support services at Clark State.

Greg Felder was the keynote speaker. Felder is a 2014 Clark State graduate with an Associate of Arts transfer degree. He continued his education at Wright State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications. While at Clark State, Felder was a student ambassador, a member of the student senate, and a work-study with the student success center. He was recognized as an outstanding student at the 2014 Student Recognition event.

“I remember being in your shoes,” Greg Felder told the honored students. “I was sitting there being recognized for a great year. I was involved on campus: students senate, as a student ambassador; I was also a work-study in the student success center. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do when I got to Clark State, so my idea was to be as involved on campus, learn and gain experiences. I found my passion for storytelling and communications.”

Felder now works as a Communications Analyst for the World Bank Group, where he co-founded a youth engagement program to connect with their young audience. In 2021, he received the CEO Performance award and was also appointed to the World Bank President’s Council for Diversity and Inclusion. 

2022 Student Recognition Honorees

Beavercreek

Jakob Zurface

Centerville

Margarita Fry

Sarah Emmons

Dayton

Matt Reed

Kurtz K. Miller

Dynasty Coleman

Raine Galvin

Kyle Mildebrandt

Christopher Anderson

DeGraff

Lisa Bower

Englewood

Bridgette Rooths

Fairborn

Jennifer Yates

Raymond Elam

Farmersville

Travis Parker

Hilliard

Charles Lutterloh

Huber Heights

Christopher Blaylock

Trinity Boles-Amaya

London

Leah Appis

Brenton L. Robertson

Joe Pruitt

Alina Egelhoff

Mechanicsburg

Dorian Earl

Riverside

Nautica Williams

South Charleston

Emma Rittenhouse

South Vienna

Savannah Hodges

Springfield

Hailey Baker

Jasmin Alford

Hannah Stickford

Robert "Shane" Kouns

Caleb Ortiz

Andrew Haulman

Samantha Walker

Gracie Perkins

Michelle Noble

Luke Yuhas

Mikaela Thomas

Amanda Gomes

Caleb Mansour

Brennan Patterson

Melissa Smith

Urbana

Katie E. Sands

Tiana Johnson

West Liberty

Elizabeth M. Kensler

Jennifer Faber

Wilmington

Kathryn Hardin

Xenia

Jerryd Jones

Gary Johnson

Emily Lefevers

Zanesfield

Kenna Hone

Media Contact

Crystal Jones Vice President of Marketing, Diversity and Community Impact

937.328.6145 jonesc@clarkstate.edu