Wor-Wic nursing students receive awards
May 08, 2018

Forty Wor-Wic Community College associate degree in nursing graduates recently participated in an awards and recognition ceremony.

The ceremony was held at James M. Bennett High School, and featured a keynote address by Sarah C. Arnett, director of emergency and trauma services at the Peninsula Regional Medical Center.

Special awards were presented by Dr. Brenda J. Mister, department head and professor of nursing. Rachel Bowser, president of the Nursing Student Organization, was the student speaker. Closing remarks were made by Dr. Kimberley M. Roop, professor of nursing.


FRIENDS. Wor-Wic Community College nursing graduate Brittney Calandra, right, of Snow Hill, helps Allison Willey of Bishopville, with her cap before the awards and recognition ceremony for nursing graduates.

GRADUATES. Wor-Wic Community College nursing graduates are shown, from left, Anne Phommacharnh of Salisbury, Jessica Peek of Princess Anne, Amanda Parsons of Berlin and Colby Fisher of Salisbury.

VETERANS. Wor-Wic Community College nursing graduates and veterans, are shown, from left, Christopher McLain of Girdletree, a U.S. Coast Guard veteran, and Heather Milligan of Salisbury, a U.S. Navy veteran, being congratulated by Dr. Lynn M. Derickson, associate professor of nursing and a retired lieutenant colonel of the Maryland National Guard.

FATHER AND SON. Joshua Watts of Salisbury, right, shares a proud moment with his father, Percy, after the awards and recognition ceremony for Wor-Wic Community College nursing graduates.

CLASS PHOTO. Associate degree in nursing graduates of Wor-Wic Community College who participated in a recent awards and recognition ceremony are shown in a group photo.