Students Danielle Rathbun, Christian Goshen, Brittany Dennis, and Wilton Gaby have been chosen as Independence Community College’s Students of the Month for April and May.
Danielle Rathbun is a freshman at ICC from Independence, Kansas. Rathbun is completing general education requirements at ICC and will transfer to Kansas State as a double major in Secondary Education and Mathematics. A Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) member, Rathbun works in the college’s tutoring center and was awarded the Burger Scholarship recognizing excellence in Mathematics.
Christian Goshen is a sophomore at ICC from North Little Rock, Arkansas. Goshen is majoring in Biology at ICC and plays on the Pirates’ baseball team. Goshen plans to transfer to the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith where he will continue playing baseball, while studying medicine.
Brittany Dennis is a sophomore from Wichita, Kansas. Dennis was recently accepted into the Kansas State University’s Research Experience for Undergrad Students (REU) summer program and is excited about continuing her pursuit of a Chemical Forensic Science degree. Dennis was also awarded the Ratzlaff Scholarship recognizing excellence in Science.
Wilton Gaby is a freshman at ICC from Canada by way of Haiti. Gaby is studying Sports Management, while also playing for the Pirates’ football team.
The Student of the Month Award was established by ICC faculty to recognize full-time students currently enrolled at ICC who have exhibited qualities of excellence both in the classroom and in the community. Students nominated are dedicated to representing the College by being diligent in their studies, being involved on campus, and by acting as role models.
The ICC Foundation awarded each student a check for $100 for their success and accomplishments.