Wor-Wic Hosts MCHC conference
April 07, 2008

Dr. Michael Taber, far left, Maryland Collegiate Honors Council (MCHC) president, and Dr. Ray Hoy, far right, president of Wor-Wic Community College, are pictured with Dr. Elinor Phillips Cubbage, second from left, and Dr. Allison S. Bartlett, Wor-Wic honors program faculty members and co-coordinators of the recent MCHC conference, which was held at Wor-Wic.

Faith Wassink, far left, a College of Notre Dame of Maryland student, and Christian Barrera, a Montgomery College student, are served traditional Eastern Shore cuisine of muskrat and scrapple by Wor-Wic honors students, Brittany Schappell and Carol Thomas of Salisbury. A record number of 90 students, faculty and administrators from two- and four-year colleges in Maryland attended the conference.

Dan Taylor of Ocean City was one of the Wor-Wic honors students who presented at the MCHC conference at Wor-Wic. His presentation was called “The Kite Runner: Text to Canvas.”

Wor-Wic honors students shown during poster presentations at the MCHC conference, from left, are Michael Rippetoe and Heather Clark of Stockton and Allison Pilat of Berlin. Rippetoe and Pilat were also presenters at the conference.

Glenn Horn of Salisbury, left, serves oysters on the half shell to Dr. Bob Ford, science department chair at Frederick (Md.) Community College from the raw bar, which was part of the “Eastern Shore Delicacies” presentation by a Wor-Wic honors student at the MCHC conference.

Wor-Wic honors students who attended the recent MCHC conference are pictured in the front row, from left, Michael Rippetoe of Stockton, Joe Colantuoni of Ocean City, Allison Pilat of Berlin, and Lisa Dean, Ervin Sanchez, Brittany Schappell and Dan Caton of Salisbury. In the back row, from left, are Heather Clark of Stockton, Anna Davis of Salisbury, Amber Swann of Ewell, and Ayla Turner, Carol Thomas and Cassandra Dasher of Salisbury.