Three Grundy County students earn W.A. Howard Award

A record, yet elite, group of 18 undergraduate students completed their degrees this spring at Tennessee Tech University with a perfect grade-point average. 

Recipients of the W.A. Howard Award represent the top one percent of the 1,104 students who earned an undergraduate degree at TTU this spring. The award is determined by the cumulative grade-point average on all degree-credit courses at the end of the student’s final semester.  
 
Three students from Grundy County achieved the prestigious honor.  
 
Tammy M. Barrett, of Altamont, earned a bachelor’s degree in education.
 
Brent Campbell, of Beersheba Springs, earned a bachelor’s degree in education.
 
Felicia A. Fults, of Beersheba Springs, earned a bachelor’s degree in education.