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Posted: Sunday, February 3, 2013 4:30 am | Updated: 8:05 am, Wed Aug 7, 2013.

Tarleton State University’s fall commencement was held Dec. 15.

The following candidates have satisfactorily met the university’s requirements for their individual degree programs and have been awarded their diplomas.

KILLEEN

Samantha Knight, Master of Business Administration, business administration.

Monica Palacios, Master of Science, information systems.

HARKER HEIGHTS

Dustin Smith, Bachelor of Science degree, kinesiology.

COPPERAS COVE

Kylie Payne graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in kinesiology.

Krystal Rice, Bachelor of Science, kinesiology.

NOLANVILLE

Amanda Hanchett, Bachelor of Business Administration, interdisciplinary business.

GATESVILLE

Kristen Buzbee, Master of Science, management and leadership.

Daniel Pesch, Bachelor of Science, economics.

Lajuhn Sikes, Bachelor of Applied Arts/Sciences, business.

LAMPASAS

Madeleine Hart, Bachelor of Science, animal science.

Codie Burress, Bachelor of Science, interdisciplinary studies.

TEMPLE

Chris Dixon, Master of Business Administration, business administration.

Lewis Kindle, Bachelor of Science, biomedical science.

Jennifer Vaughan, Bachelor of Business Administration, interdisciplinary business.

Tarleton State University has released the distinguished students list for the fall 2012 semester.

Students on the list include freshman and sophomore students who have a minimum 3.25 grade point ratio and no grade lower than a ‘C,’ and juniors and seniors who have a minimum 3.5 GPR with no grade lower than a ‘C.’ All must be in good standing with the university.

Students making the list and their majors include the following:

COPPERAS COVE

Emmanuel Lopez, biomedical science.

Kylie Payne, kinesiology.

Bronwen Horschel, animal science.

GATESVILLE

Brenda Chavez, biomedical science.

McKenzie Newman, animal science.

John Phillips, computer science.

Martha Pitts, applied science.

Elizabeth Salcido, nursing.

Kaycie Smith, applied science.

KEMPNER

Madison Rogers, prepharmacy - biomedical science.

Jonathan Vanliew, biology.

KILLEEN

Cesar Cuellar, interdisciplinary business.

LAMPASAS

Cheyene Bayer, biomedical science.

Doak Hensley, psychology.

Elizabeth Smith, nursing.

NOLANVILLE

Melissa Crosby, art.

Naomi Crosby, family and consumer sciences.

TEMPLE

Haley Busby, pre nursing.

Natalie Hicks, history.

Taylor Kern, kinesiology.

Jenna Prather, pre nursing.

Bre’Ana Warner, pre nursing.

Mallory McInis, interdisciplinary studies.

Faith Redus, pre nursing.

Jasmin Taylor, kinesiology.

Jennifer Vaughan, interdisciplinary business.

Baylor University students were named to the dean’s academic honor list for the 2012 fall semester.

To be named to the dean’s list, a student must be an undergraduate with a minimum GPA of 3.7, while enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester hours.

BELTON

Alycia Leanne Digby, College of Arts and Sciences.

Nathan Michael Ingrim, School of Music.

Sarah Kendall Jennings, College of Arts and Sciences.

Bradly Alexander Kimbrough, College of Arts and Sciences.

Taylor Charles Lahey, Hankamer School of Business.

Joshua Austin Miller, School of Engineering and Science.

Courtney Renea Pate, College of Arts and Sciences.

Easton James Robles, Hankamer School of Business.

Aynsley K. Young, College of Arts and Sciences.

Hadley Kay Young, Hankamer School of Business.

Kristin Leigh Zwerneman, College of Arts and Sciences.

HARKER HEIGHTS

Sarah Patricia Acklen, Louise Herrington School of Nursing.

Alisha Nicole Davidson, Louise Herrington School of Nursing.

Lindsey Leanne Duckworth, School of Education.

Courtney Marion Ouellette, College of Arts and Sciences.

Raven E. Smith, College of Arts and Sciences.

Michael Woodward, College of Arts and Sciences.

KILLEEN

Ashley R. Davis, College of Arts and Sciences.

Ryan Josef Mills Resch, College of Arts and Sciences.

SALADO

Kandace E Little, College of Arts and Sciences.

TEMPLE

Elizabeth Suzanne Bartels, School of Education.

Mariana Concepcion, College of Arts and Sciences.

Matthew Aaron Dixon, Hankamer School of Business.

Ariane Flores, College of Arts and Sciences.

Maricarmen Julia Gonzalez, School of Education.

Shannon Alexis Marek, School of Education.

John Patrick Maxwell, College of Arts and Sciences.

Taylor Elyse Mayes, School of Education.

Katherine A. McAfee, College of Arts and Sciences.

John Allen Patterson, College of Arts and Sciences.

Jacob B. Stickney, School of Engineering and Science.

Sarah Elizabeth Sypert, College of Arts and Sciences.

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