Students receive awards for portfolios

William Woods University students in the art,
theatre and communications areas recently received achievement awards during annual portfolio
reviews.

Students presented their portfolios
in front of
various faculty and staff members, as well as working professionals. They were
judged on their
presentation in a variety of
categories, based on the work they’ve done while at WWU.

The purpose of the
review is to assess the educational development and growth of the students and
award those who have
excelled in their field.

 
Six visual art students were recipients: Kelsey Dunavant, Fulton, Mo., professional development; Erica Begley, Hannibal, Mo., expression
and creativity; Tara Schulte,
Montgomery City, Mo.,
dedication to the arts; Adelle DuSold,
Franklin, Ind., craftsmanship and design; Katherine
Iffrig,
Moscow Mill, Mo.,
expression and creativity; Megan Lovino,
Custer Park, Ill., artistic growth; Ben
Nickelson,
Jefferson City, Mo.,
faculty recognition award and student choice award.
 
Three students earned awards in theatre: Katherine Carney, St. Peters, Mo.,
professional presentation; Jason Cavallone, Fulton, Mo., dedication to
craft; Paige Runge, St. Louis, Mo., artistic
growth.
 
In
communications, four students received awards: Elizabeth Tuma, Brunswick, Ohio,
professional presentation; Bailey
Campanini,
Camdenton, Mo., creativity; Lincoln
Purvis,
Montgomery City, Mo.,
technical support; and Calvin Hawkins,
Wentzville, Mo., overall growth.