ECU CARTOGRAPHY MAJORS RECEIVE AWARDS

Kristy Elkins (center), an East Central University cartography major from Pauls Valley, holds a certificate designating her as the recipient of a NASA National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program scholarship for 2010-11. Shown with Elkins are Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography. Elkins also was recognized as a Chesapeake Scholar and for completing a NASA internship last year and making two presentations. She was recognized at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.
Kristy Elkins (center), an East Central University cartography major from Pauls Valley, holds a certificate designating her as the recipient of a NASA National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program scholarship for 2010-11. Shown with Elkins are Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography. Elkins also was recognized as a Chesapeake Scholar and for completing a NASA internship last year and making two presentations. She was recognized at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring

Amber Cannon (center) of Collinsville, a cartography and geography major at East Central University in Ada, holds a certificate designating her as the recipient of a NASA National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program scholarship for 2010-11. She also was recognized as a Chesapeake Cartography Scholar and a presenter at the 2010 Oklahoma Academy of Science. Shown with Cannon are Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography. The presentations were made at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.
Amber Cannon (center) of Collinsville, a cartography and geography major at East Central University in Ada, holds a certificate designating her as the recipient of a NASA National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program scholarship for 2010-11. She also was recognized as a Chesapeake Cartography Scholar and a presenter at the 2010 Oklahoma Academy of Science. Shown with Cannon are Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography. The presentations were made at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.

Kristen Cargal (center), an East Central University cartography major from Dickson, is recognized as a Chesapeake Cartography Scholar by Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography. The scholarship program is funded by Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corporation. The presentation was made at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.
Kristen Cargal (center), an East Central University cartography major from Dickson, is recognized as a Chesapeake Cartography Scholar by Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography. The scholarship program is funded by Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corporation. The presentation was made at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.

Anna Hall (center), an East Central University cartography (geography) major from McLoud, receives a scholarship from the South Central Arc User Group, an organization that benefits users of ESRI’s Geographic Information Systems software. Shown with Hall are Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography. The presentation was made at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.
Anna Hall (center), an East Central University cartography (geography) major from McLoud, receives a scholarship from the South Central Arc User Group, an organization that benefits users of ESRI’s Geographic Information Systems software. Shown with Hall are Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography. The presentation was made at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.

Cawthon Jeff Cawthon (center) of Ada, a cartography major at East Central University, is recognized as a Chesapeake Cartography Scholar by Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, ECU associate professors of cartography and geography. Funded by Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corporation, the scholarship program rewards top students majoring in cartography. Cawthon also was recognized as a member of Gamma Theta Upsilon international geographic honor society. The presentation was made at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.
Cawthon Jeff Cawthon (center) of Ada, a cartography major at East Central University, is recognized as a Chesapeake Cartography Scholar by Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, ECU associate professors of cartography and geography. Funded by Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy Corporation, the scholarship program rewards top students majoring in cartography. Cawthon also was recognized as a member of Gamma Theta Upsilon international geographic honor society. The presentation was made at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.

 Welch Sean Welch (right), an East Central University student from Ada, is the recipient of the T.A. Kelly-Whitney Griffin Scholarship which is awarded to a student majoring in cartography. Shown with Welch is Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professor of cartography and geography. The presentation was made at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.
Welch Sean Welch (right), an East Central University student from Ada, is the recipient of the T.A. Kelly-Whitney Griffin Scholarship which is awarded to a student majoring in cartography. Shown with Welch is Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professor of cartography and geography. The presentation was made at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.

Estes Bartley Estes (center), an East Central University cartography major from Ada, is recognized as a member of ECU’s Alpha Pi Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon, the international geographic honor society, and as a Chesapeake Cartography Scholar. He also was recognized for completing an internship last year with Cobb Engineering in Ada. Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography, made the presentations this spring at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony.
Estes Bartley Estes (center), an East Central University cartography major from Ada, is recognized as a member of ECU’s Alpha Pi Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon, the international geographic honor society, and as a Chesapeake Cartography Scholar. He also was recognized for completing an internship last year with Cobb Engineering in Ada. Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography, made the presentations this spring at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony.

 Brendle Alexis Brendle (center) of Latta, a cartography (geotechniques) major at East Central University, is recognized as a member of ECU’s Alpha Pi Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon, the international geographic honor society. Shown with Brendle are Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography. Brendle was honored this spring at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony.
Brendle Alexis Brendle (center) of Latta, a cartography (geotechniques) major at East Central University, is recognized as a member of ECU’s Alpha Pi Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon, the international geographic honor society. Shown with Brendle are Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography. Brendle was honored this spring at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony.

 Stephens Matt Stephens (center), an East Central University student from Oklahoma City, holds a certificate recognizing his successful completion of a geotechniques internship with the Chickasaw Nation. Shown with Stephens are Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography. They made the presentation at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.
Stephens Matt Stephens (center), an East Central University student from Oklahoma City, holds a certificate recognizing his successful completion of a geotechniques internship with the Chickasaw Nation. Shown with Stephens are Dr. Robert Newcomer (left) and Dr. Mark Micozzi, associate professors of cartography and geography. They made the presentation at the ECU College of Health and Sciences awards ceremony this spring.

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