TTU Financial Aid Office honors valuable UAS-Work Study studentsTwo Tennessee Tech University student workers have been selected as “most valuable” in the university’s third annual Most Valuable Work Study and University Academic Scholarship Student contest, sponsored by TTU’s Financial Aid Office.
Channing Hatfield of Whitwell was named Most Valuable Work Study Student, and Edward D’Ovidio II of Hermitage was selected as Most Valuable University Academic Scholarship Student.
Hatfield, who works in TTU’s University Advancement Office, was a junior marketing major this year. She is the daughter of Lisa Hatfield and Sammy Myers. She was nominated for the honor by Debbie Nash.
Nearly 1,000 work study students this year helped support TTU’s administrative and academic offices.
D’Ovidio, who works in the university’s Athletics Office, was a junior accounting major at TTU this year. He is the son of Edward and Marilyn D’Ovidio and the husband of Alisha D’Ovidio. He was nominated by Sandy Zimmerman.
About 675 students have been assigned to a position on campus to fulfill the 75 service hours required for the prestigious University Academic Scholarship.
Student workers who earned honorable mention designations and the offices in which they served are listed, in no particular order, as follows:
UAS Honorable Mention
Morgan Curtis — Financial Aid
Russel Tribble — Sociology and Political Science
Michael Bartlett — Alumni Relations
Brittany Guffey — Accounting and Business Law
Keely McCoy — Financial Aid
Josh Nikkel — Financial Aid
Megan Templeton — Financial Aid
Laurie Morrell — Curriculum and Instruction
Kacie Mitchell — Business Office-Loan Accounting
Amber Mullinax — Human Resources
Kayla Renae Williams — Economics, Finance and Marketing
Anna Albamowicz — Computer Science
Elizabeth Reeder — Financial Aid
Kayce Colter — College of Education Advising Center
Lynsey Nixon — College of Education Advising Center
Amanda Sue Adams — Honors Office
Kari Null — Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Work Study Honorable Mention
Falin Gautz — Financial Aid
Afshin Eskandarnia — Library-Periodicals
Lindsey Honeycutt — BusinessMedia Center
Arvin Eskandarnia — Information Technology Services
Stephanie Dorris — Information Technology Services
Regina Griffin Stout — College of Business-MBA Studies
Jessica Strader — Economics, Finance and Marketing
Susan Gulley — Admissions
Brandon Jelson — English and Communications
Cannan Williams — University Development
Geneva Phillips — Financial Aid