Bragbook for Dec. 26

Four alumni athletes from Holy Innocents' Episcopal School were recently inducted into the Wall of Fame. From left, Head of School Paul Barton; Greg Hubbard, golf (2001); Sean Aiken, baseball (2008); Davis Lukens, lacrosse (2008); Erin Johnson, tennis (2000), and director of athletics Ruth Donahoo.

The Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta recently announced that Maggie Harrington and Pat Waters have been presented with the Laura Snitzer-Boozer Nursing Award.

Emma Camp, a seventh grader at the Walker School in Cobb County, has been named the district-wide winner in the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District 2014 Water Essay Contest. She received a $500 prize.

Two faculty members at Emory University School of Law, John Witte Jr. and vice dean Robert Ahdieh, have received named professorships recognizing their contributions in scholarship and teaching. Witte was named Robert W. Woodruff professor of law and Ahdieh has been named the G. H. Gyr professor of private international law.

Brittain Prigge of the Balentine investment firm was recently named one of the Top 100 Women Financial Advisers by Financial Times.

The American Academy of Implant Dentistry recently named Dr. Hugh Flax an associate fellow.

The KPMG Foundation has awarded Stuart Manito Smith a $10,000 minority accounting doctoral scholarship to pursue his doctorate at Georgia State University.

Francesca B. Taylor, director of testing and learning support at the University of West Georgia, was recently installed as president of the National College Testing Association.

Jenna Thomas, director of digital public relations and social media marketing at Nebo, was recently selected as a finalist in the Agency PR Professional of the Year category at the 2014 PR News PR People Awards.