During the WTC graduation ceremony, adjunct automotive instructor and Coward resident James Lee (center) received the Quarles Award from Vice President of Academic Affairs Clifton R. Elliott (right) and WTC President Dr. Patty A. Lee. The award is named in honor of the late Dr. Ray Quarles, Jr. of Kingstree, who also taught at the College. The award is presented to an adjunct instructor nominated by students and faculty members on the basis of excellence in teaching.
WTC employee Judy Coker (center), administrative assistant to Vice President for Academic Affairs Clifton "Rusty" Elliott (right), was recently recognized for her 15 years of service as an advisor for the WTC Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Coker, a graduate of WTC, was a member and president of the Society as a student. Joining her and Elliott during the recognition is WTC President Dr. Patty A. Lee.
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Degrees, diplomas and certificates were awarded to nearly 200 WTC students during Williamsburg Technical College’s annual graduation ceremony. Theo Lane, manager of government & community relations for Duke Energy South Carolina, served as guest speaker for the event.
Lane pointed out to students that they have achieved a great success by completing their college work. He said he sensed a room full of “good vibrations” and encouraged them to move forward into their futures with confidence and assurance that they would be better off because of their educational achievement. He also recognized the family members and friends of the graduates who had helped make their achievement possible.
WTC President Dr. Patty A. Lee congratulated graduates and joined Vice President for Academic Affairs Clifton “Rusty” Elliott in presenting them with their awards. Members of the College’s Area Commission and College executive staff members as well as faculty and staff members were on hand to ensure that the ceremony was a success.
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