Four Northeast students honored at National Collegiate Council meeting

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For the 10th year in a row, members of Honors Northeast, the honors program at Northeast Texas Community College, have presented scholarly work at the annual meeting of the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC). Presidential Scholars Brenda Godoy, Cassidy Watkins, Adriana Rodriguez and Rachel Jordan maintained the college’s tradition of presenting at the conference, which was held in Atlanta, Georgia earlier this month.

The NCHC program committee accepted 126 General Session panel proposals from around the nation into the program, as well as 300 student poster presenters, including a few directly from China and Europe. The majority of participants came from university honors programs and colleges. Jordan and Rodriguez both qualified for the poster presentations, and made lively presentations among a very select group of student researchers.

For the fourth year in a row, Honors Northeast presented their own General Session at the NCHC, a rare feat for a two-year college honors program. The NTCC group composed a panel on “lime lighting and community engagement” through film. Here, Godoy, Watkins, Rodriguez and Jordan joined Honors Director Dr. Andrew Yox in a feature of NTCC’s film culture.


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