Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter Receives Awards
Carolinas Regional Convention Honors HGTC Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter with Regional Awards.
Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter Members and Advisors received numerous awards at the Carolinas Regional Convention March 4 - 6, 2022 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The HGTC Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter received 3rd Runner Up in the Most Distinguished Chapter Award 2022 category placing fourth out of 83 chapters in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Bermuda.
Nicholas Papotto, Carolinas Region Vice President, 2022-2023.
Here is a full list of awards received:
- Most Distinguished Chapter, 3rd Runner Up
- Beta Tau Continued Excellence Award
- Best Chapter Website
- Yearbook Award
- Distinguished Chapter Officer – Dana Consiglio, student
- Distinguished College Project
- Distinguished Honors in Action Theme Award
- Horizon Award – Professor Leila Rogers
- Carolinas Region Superstars Award
- Carolinas Region Service Project Award
- Carolinas Region Honors in Action Award
- Carolinas Region Hall of Honor – Dana Consiglio, student
Trella Holmes, Carolinas Region Public Relations-Vice President, 2022-2023.
HGTC also celebrated two students who were elected to serve as Carolinas Region Officers for 2022-2023. They are Nicholas Papotto, South Carolina Vice President, and Trella Holmes, Public Relations Vice President.
All awards were received based on projects and contributions in 2021. Chapter members were able to accomplish all projects without meeting in person, by starting and completing all projects in a virtual environment, dealing with personal issues, and losing several key officers last year.
“HGTC continues to celebrate the successes of the Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter year after year. We are in awe of the ongoing commitment of our advisors and students even amid a pandemic. I am so proud that the work being done to build character, leadership, and public service is receiving worthy recognition,” said Dr. Marilyn Murphy Fore, HGTC President.
“Congratulations to Professor Rogers on her individual award, as well as all the students. These important initiatives focused on Alzheimer’s Disease and memorial benches on each campus, addressing critical issues in the last year. We are proud and appreciative to this group for making a difference to those at the College and in our local community,” said Dr. Jennifer Wilbanks, HGTC Executive Vice President for Academic and Workforce Development.