Welcome

Thank you for visiting paducahsun.com, the online home of The Paducah Sun.

Calendar
June 2012
S M T W T F S
27 28 29 30 31 01 02

Click here to submit an event.

WKCTC graduation coming Saturday

Staff report

West Kentucky Community & Technical College will honor 961 candidates for graduation during two commencement ceremonies at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Luther F. Carson Four Rivers Center. There will also be a nursing pinning ceremony held prior to commencement at 2:30 p.m. for 81 nursing students to receive pins.

Carol Hoffmann and Whitney Aspery, WKCTC students who were named to the 2014 KCTCS All-Academic Team, which recognizes outstanding students of community and technical colleges, will be the student speakers for both events.

Anton Reese, executive director of the Student Success Center at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, will serve as the keynote speaker. Reece previously served as the dean of student affairs at Paducah Community College, one of the founding institutions of WKCTC. He earned a doctorate degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville in education psychology and research with an emphasis on collaborative learning.

Comments made about this article - 0 Total

Comment on this article

Your comment has been submitted for approval
captcha 22e91c45aff34f4b9893efed140a1423
Top Classifieds
  • Cocker Spaniel Pups.AKC (270)476-2580 ... Details
  • PILLOWTOP Mattress Sets, NEW in plast ... Details
  • RUNNING, fixable, junk vehicles, equi ... Details
  • 1994 Ardmore by Clayton 16x80 Must be ... Details
  • SEEING is believing! Don't buy p ... Details
  • Lake Front Home 3,000 sq. ft., Kuttaw ... Details
  • 24x44 Mobile Home $3,000/obo Call 270 ... Details
  • 3BR/1BA brick home/3.8 acres, 2424 Gr ... Details
  • 2005 Ford Taurus, 115k miles, exc. co ... Details
This Week In Photos
Most Popular
  1. Auto economic footprint strengthens in Kentucky
  2. Kids on their own among fleeing migrants
  3. Hickman County attorney announces new tax program
  1. Bright outlook for soybeans, corn this year
  2. In addition to coal, EPA regulations threaten state's aluminum industry
  3. Cyclist hit, killed by vehicle
  1. Auto economic footprint strengthens in Kentucky
  2. 10 years old, YouTube valued at $20 billion
  3. School clinics getting high marks
Discussion

Check out these recently discussed stories and voice your opinion...