Middlesex Community College Honors Academic Award Recipients

academic awards program coverMay 1, 2020 (Middletown, Conn.) — On May 1, 2020, Middlesex Community College (MxCC) presented a virtual Academic Awards Night video to recognize 24 students for high achievement in their academic programs. Dean of Academic and Student Affairs Sharale Mathis kicked off the event, which ended with congratulations from MxCC Chief Executive Officer Steven Minkler.


The academic award recipients are:

Business and Hospitality
Accounting — Kieanna Staggers, Meriden
Business Administration — Lina Orlando, Higganum

Humanities, Creative Arts, and English
Communication — Connor Wilke, Clinton
Digital Media Production — Shane Hewitt, Middletown
English — Georgine-Reign Revilloza, Middletown
Fine Arts — Julie Galemba, Old Saybrook
General Studies — Cody Altieri, Middletown
Graphic Design — Annalise Gormley, East Berlin
History — Amedeo Maturo, Wallingford
Liberal Arts & Science — Julia Dietz, Plantsville

Health Careers
Health Information Management — Kayleigh Gagnon, Middletown
Ophthalmic Design & Dispensing — Hailey Hicks, Barrington, RI
Radiologic Technology — Bryan Prado, Hartford
Veterinary Technology — Abigail Ingalls, Ledyard

Manufacturing, Industry, and Technical Careers
Manufacturing Machine Technology — Elizabeth Moag, East Berlin

Social and Behavioral Sciences, Education, and Public Service
Criminal Justice/Criminology— Edward Harrison, Higganum
Early Childhood Education — Sarah Wall, Wallingford
Human Services — Nicole L. Robbins, Cromwell
Psychology Studies — Khavita Becker, Deep River
Social Work — Jessenia Sterling, Southington

Computer Engineering Technology — Jordan Williams, Meriden
Computer Information Technology — Manuel Nunes, Middletown
Computer Science Studies — Jimmy Mendoza, Meriden
Engineering Science — John Guillamon, Deep River

The video was produced by the Center for New Media at Middlesex Community College. Built in 2014, the center prepares students for success with the latest professional software and production equipment.

Since 1966, Middlesex Community College has provided high-quality, affordable, and accessible education to a diverse population, enhancing the strengths of individuals through degree, certificate, and lifelong learning programs that lead to university transfer, employment, and an enriched awareness of our shared responsibilities as global citizens. A part of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system, MxCC offers more than 70 degree or certificate programs at the main 35-acre campus in Middletown, MxCC@Platt in Meriden, and online.