College of The Albemarle students were recently inducted into the International Honor Society.

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College of The Albemarle students were recently inducted into the International Honor Society.

School Life: COA announces Spring Honor Society inductees

From Staff Reports

The Daily Advance

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The following College of The Albemarle students were inducted into the Nu Nu Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society during the Spring Induction ceremony, which was held recently at the Elizabeth City campus.

They are Joy Dianne Taylor and Ashley Suzanne Pierdomenico of Pasquotank County; Tongying Shi of Dare County; Tela Faye Hollowell of Gates County; Ksenia Anashkina Twine of Currituck County; Ruthie Layden Moody of Perquimans County; and Maria Anna Sable of Perquimans; Andrew Jason Anderson of Gates; Barbara Wright Smith of Chowan County; Ashley René Pritchett of Currituck; Jennifer Lynn Styons of Chowan; Lou Daya Collins of Pasquotank; Stephanie Micheal Boehl of Chowan; McKenzie Kyle Byrum and Andrew William Streets of Gates; and Taylor Heath Patrick of Chowan; Samantha Leigh Jones of Camden County; Krystal Michelle Moore of Perquimans; Mariann Kelly Johnson of Currituck; Amanda Dickens Christian of Chowan and Shawn Baron Perry, Ryan Davis Ball, Mark Vincent Long, and Jeremy Keith Lassiter, all of Pasquotank.

Gillis receives Univ. of S.C. law school award

Jason Gillis, a second-year law student and native of Elizabeth City, recently received an Outstanding Pro Bono Service Award from the University of South Carolina School of Law.

The law school is known for its extremely strong pro bono program and each year service awards are presented to students who demonstrate their commitment to public service through pro bono activities. This year ten students, including Gillis, were honored.

The presentation was made on Tuesday, April 9, during the School of Law’s annual Awards Day Ceremony, which seeks to honor students and faculty members for their outstanding achievements during the academic year.

ECSU student Shaw 
completes internship

Imani Shaw, a social work student at Elizabeth City State University, concluded her internship with a Power-Point presentation and answered questions afterward. Shaw will graduate from ECSU in May of 2013.

Coast Guard has 
scholarship available

The Coast Guard Spouses’ Club of Elizabeth City is currently accepting applications for their 2013 scholarship. All dependents of any active duty military member stationed within 50 miles of Elizabeth City are encouraged to apply. Deadline for submission is May 15. Email for an application.