Wor-Wic Honors Students Present at MCHC Conference
June 22, 2006
MCHC Honors Students Present
Pictured in the front row, from left, are Andrew Church of Salisbury and Gregory Groves of Berlin. In the back, from left, are Nathan Dorman and Erin Twilley of Salisbury.
Four Wor-Wic Community College honors program students, Gregory Groves of Berlin and Andrew Church, Nathan Dorman and Erin Twilley of Salisbury, recently conducted a panel presentation at the Maryland Collegiate Honors Council (MCHC) annual conference at Frostburg (MD) State University.

The honor students from Wor-Wic were selected by the MCHC executive board to present “National Health Care: A Public Policy Debate,” and were the only conference presenters from a two-year college. The theme of the conference was "Honors in a Climate of Change."

The debate focused on the economic, political and social ramifications of a national health care system. Examples of recently proposed health care bills, as well as details on health care systems from other countries, were included in the presentation. Following the debate, the panel entertained questions from both two-year and four-year Maryland college honor students.

Dorman, Groves and Twilley are general studies majors and Church is an elementary education transfer student at Wor-Wic.

The conference was sponsored by Frostburg and Allegany College of Maryland, a community college located in Cumberland.