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McGraw-Hill Poster Contest

2014 McGraw Hill Poster Contest

First Place
for $575. Noah Griffin for his work on People and Prokaryotes.

Second Place, Matthew Jordan, for his work on the Selective Hydrogenation of Acetylene

Third Place
, Ricky Huitema, $200, on Earthquakes ( With Judge Pete Hairston of Mount Pleasant)

Fourth Place
, Courtney Phillips, $100 for a statistical look at attitudes about immigration.

Other Participants of the Contest were Glenda Brogoitti (Mount Pleasant), Wanda Cockrill (Hughes Springs), Andrea Cruz (2007 Presidential Scholar from Hughes Springs), Lisa Ellermann (Mount Pleasant), Edward Florey (Mount Pleasant), Peter Hairston (Mount Pleasant), Karen Harmon (Mount Pleasant), Rusty Jones (Mount Pleasant), Rev. Dr. Wayne Renning (Mount Pleasant), Noureen Ronchetto (Daingerfield), Lonnie Smith (Mount Pleasant), and Jerry Wesson (Mount Pleasant). Professor Joy Cooper, representing the NTCC Honors Committee, also judged the contest and presented the awards.

Other students who participated included Gracia Beckett, Elyse Coleman (Gilmer), Kayleah Cumpian (Mount Pleasant), Zachary Davis (Pittsburg), Lauren Fennimore (Mount Pleasant), Kaitlyn Klepfer (Mount Pleasant), Ana Martinez (Mount Pleasant), Miranda Mendoza (Mount Pleasant), Stephen Milburn (Mount Pleasant), Maria Perez (Naples), Tyler Reynolds (Pittsburg), Alisha Richardson (Avinger), Michaela Willis (Mount Pleasant), and Armando Yepez (Mount Pleasant).

We Thank Lisa Bailey of McGraw Hill for her help with this contest!

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