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HPU honor student interns in Washington, D.C.

By Jaclyn Bonner, HPU sophomore
Katie Bonner dc for webBROWNWOOD – September 16, 2014 – Katie Rose Bonner of Lytle, a senior political science, history and Guy D. Newman Honors Academy major at Howard Payne University, represented HPU this summer as a participant in The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) internship program.

Bonner received a full scholarship from the Hatton W. Sumners Foundation and an expense stipend from the Guy D. Newman Honors Academy.

In addition to this honor, Bonner excelled in the Economics of Regulation and Ethics & Leadership courses she and other TFAS scholars took through George Mason University, where she was recognized as the top student in Ethics & Leadership with the Outstanding Student Award.

“I am immensely proud of Katie for receiving the George B. Peabody Award as the 2014 Outstanding Student from The Fund for American Studies and George Mason University’s Institute on Business and Government Affairs,” stated Dr. Justin D. Murphy, director of HPU’s Guy D. Newman Honors Academy and dean of the School of Humanities. “It is an honor to have a student of her caliber in the Guy D. Newman Honors Academy at Howard Payne University.”

Through TFAS, Bonner interned for the American Chemistry Council, the largest trade association in the chemistry industry. Her responsibilities included researching and drafting an advocacy letter to the House and Senate Appropriations Committee, attending House Committee hearings and conducting a study on the National Science Academy’s committees that issue toxic chemical reports for legislators and regulators.

Bonner was selected by TFAS as the student speaker at the annual Congressional Student Awards Dinner which garnered more than 400 senators, lobbyists, CEOs and program sponsors.

Bonner voiced her appreciation for the program.

“TFAS has provided me opportunities to visit government institutions I might have otherwise only encountered through reading,” she said. “Interacting with individuals who play a critical role in our nation’s government allowed me to make some incredible contacts and receive sound career advice from highly successful individuals.”

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Photo cutline: Katie Rose Bonner, an HPU senior from Lytle, completed a summer internship in Washington, D.C. She is pictured in front of the Washington Monument.

HPU named a great value, veteran-friendly institution by U.S. News & World Report

PrintBROWNWOOD – September 10, 2014 – Howard Payne University maintained high rankings in the 2015 edition of “Best Colleges” by U.S. News & World Report. The publication announced Tuesday that HPU advanced four places from 2014 to be ranked fourth among the regional colleges of the west in the “Great Schools, Great Prices” category. Additionally, the university placed 15 out of the ranked institutions in the “Best Regional Colleges of the West” category and seventh among the regional colleges of the west in the “Best Colleges for Veterans” category.

According to the publication, U.S. News determines its “Great Schools, Great Prices” category by taking into account an institution’s academic quality based on its “Best Colleges” ranking and the 2013-2014 net cost of attendance for a student who received the average level of need-based financial aid.

“The higher the quality of the program and the lower the cost, the better the deal,” the publication stated.

U.S. News determines the “Best Colleges for Veterans” by examining institutions in the 2015 “Best Colleges” rankings which participate in federal initiatives helping veterans and active service members apply, pay for and complete their degrees.

Institutions are ranked in all categories within four geographic regions: North, South, Midwest and West. Universities and colleges in Texas and Oklahoma compete in the West region, which is the largest geographic section, encompassing the entire Western U.S.

Dr. Bill Ellis, HPU president, voiced the university’s pleasure at once again being recognized as one of the top institutions in the region.

“We continually strive to be an outstanding value to our students and their families,” he said. “We’re honored to have been recognized for these efforts.”

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Photo cutline: HPU, celebrating 125 years of excellence in 2014, maintained high rankings in the 2015 edition of “Best Colleges” by U.S. News & World Report.

Nine join Howard Payne University faculty

new faculty fall 2014 for webBROWNWOOD – September 4, 2014 – The fall 2014 semester at Howard Payne University brought nine new faculty members to the HPU classrooms.

“We’re very blessed at HPU to have an outstanding and dedicated group of faculty serving our students,” said Dr. W. Mark Tew, provost and chief academic officer. “We’re confident these individuals are of the same caliber and we’re delighted to welcome them to the university.”

Joining the faculty this semester are Scott Eddy, Dr. Richard Fiese, Dr. Adrian Gil, Dr. Debra Powell, Alexia Riggs, Dr. Nancy Romig, Shawntay Sparks-Hubbard, Kay Teague and Shannon Turner.

Scott Eddy, instructor of mathematics, received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from Youngstown State University in 2009 and 2011. His experience includes serving as a math assessment writer, 2012-2014; part-time instructor at Kent State University, 2011-2013; and graduate assistant at Youngstown State University, 2009-2011.

Dr. Richard Fiese is the new dean of HPU’s School of Music and Fine Arts and professor of music. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1980 and his Master of Music and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the University of Miami in 1986 and 1989. Dr. Fiese’s previous experience includes serving as professor in music education at Houston Baptist University, 2000-2014; associate professor of music education at the University of Miami, 1995-2000; associate professor of music education at the University of Houston, 1989-1995; and director of bands at Henry L. West Laboratory School in Coral Gables, Fla., 1986-1989.

Dr. Adrian Gil serves as the new director of HPU’s El Paso Center and as an associate professor of business. He received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (1996), Master of Business Administration (2000) and Doctor of Philosophy degrees (2009) from The University of Texas at El Paso. His previous experience includes serving as assistant professor of management at the University of Houston, 2010-2014; associate instructor of management at The University of Texas at El Paso, 2004-2009; research assistant at The University of Texas at El Paso, 2004-2005; production control manager at A.O. Smith Water Heaters, 2002-2004; and purchasing/materials manager at Air System Components, Inc., 1998-2002.

Dr. Debra Powell, previously an adjunct instructor at HPU’s New Braunfels Center, now serves as assistant professor of business administration at the Brownwood campus. She received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from McMurry University in 1987, her Master of Business Administration degree from Hardin-Simmons University in 1990 and her Doctor of Business Administration degree from Argosy University in 2013. Her experience includes serving as an online facilitator at the Art Institute Online, 2006-present; adjunct in business administration at HPU, 2007 and 2013-2014; fashion and retail management faculty member at Art Institute of Austin, 2008-2010; visiting instructor at University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2005-2006; and various positions, including managerial, at J.C. Penney Co. in various cities, 1988-2004.

Alexia Riggs is HPU’s new dean of libraries and associate professor of library science. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from HPU in 2002, her Master of Divinity degree from Hardin-Simmons University in 2007 and her Master of Library Science degree from the University of North Texas in 2009. She has completed all but her dissertation toward a doctoral degree from Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi. Riggs’ previous experience includes serving as reference librarian at Del Mar College, 2012-2014; technical services librarian at Paris Junior College, 2009-2012; government document librarian intern at Texas Christian University, 2009; and as a music library assistant at Hardin-Simmons University, 2004-2005.

Dr. Nancy Romig joins the HPU faculty as an assistant professor of English. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from HPU in 2004, her Master of Arts degree from Texas State University in 2008 and her Doctor of Philosophy degree from University of Arkansas in 2013. Dr. Romig’s previous experience includes serving as visiting assistant professor of English at HPU, spring 2014; instructor of English at University of Arkansas, summer and fall 2013; teaching assistant for English at University of Arkansas, 2010-2013; graduate tutor at University of Arkansas, 2009-2013; and adjunct at HPU, 2008-2009.

Shawntay Sparks-Hubbard serves as associate professor of nursing and director of the university’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Midwestern State University in 1994, her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Tarleton State University in 2005 and her Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Health Administration degree from the University of Phoenix in 2008. She has completed all but her dissertation toward a doctoral degree from the University of Phoenix. Her experience includes serving as program coordinator at Comanche County Medical Center, 2013-2014; L.V.N. to A.D.N. Bridge Program chair at Texas State Technical College, 2010-2014; registered nurse at Texas Nurse Connection, 2006-2012; and registered nurse at CHS/Abilene Regional Medical Center, 2004-2011.

Kay Teague serves as HPU’s new instructor of mathematics. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Baylor University in 1991 and her Master of Science degree from Texas A&M University in 1993. Her previous experience includes serving as instructor at Tarleton State University, 2013-2014; instructor and freshman math coordinator at Tarleton State University, 2006-2013; and lecturer at Tarleton State University, 1997-2006.

Shannon Turner, previously an HPU staff member, has joined the faculty as instructor of academic services, learning assistance and academic recovery. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science degrees from Tarleton State University in 2000 and 2001. Her previous experience includes serving as director of institutional research and effectiveness at HPU, 2011-2014; computer science/multimedia/English I teacher at Brownwood High School, 2008-2011; computer science/credit recovery/English II teacher at Vista Ridge High School, 2004-2008; English II/computer science teacher at Leander High School, 2001-2004; and graduate assistant for visual basic computer labs at Tarleton State University, 2000-2001.

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Photo cutline: Nine individuals recently joined the HPU faculty. Left to right: Dr. Adrian Gil, Dr. Richard Fiese, Shawntay Sparks-Hubbard, Dr. Debra Powell, Shannon Turner, Dr. Nancy Romig, Kay Teague and Alexia Riggs. Not pictured is Scott Eddy.

HPU holds University Convocation ceremony

newbury 2014 convocation for webBROWNWOOD – August 28, 2014 – Howard Payne University kicked off its fall 2014 Chapel season yesterday with its annual University Convocation ceremony. Dr. Don Newbury, chancellor and former HPU president, addressed the audience.

Dr. Newbury spoke of many notable people in HPU’s 125-year-history including alumna Dr. Cynthia Clawson Courtney and former presidents Dr. Guy D. Newman and Dr. Thomas Taylor. He urged those in attendance to trust God’s plans for their lives.

Other program participants included Corey Ash, associate professor of music; Katie Bonner, HPU senior and president of the Student Government Association; Dr. Bill Ellis, HPU president; Amy Kresta, instructor of biology; Katherine Licce, HPU senior; Dr. Allen Reed, professor of music; Dr. Joe Robinson, professor of education; Dr. W. Mark Tew, provost and chief academic officer; and Dr. Julie Welker, professor of communication and president of the Faculty Assembly.

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Photo cutline: Dr. Don Newbury, left, HPU chancellor and former president, addresses the university during the first Chapel ceremony of the fall 2014 semester. He is pictured with Dr. Bill Ellis, HPU president, and Dr. Julie Welker, professor of communication and president of the Faculty Assembly. Photo by Rachel Ellington, HPU junior.

HPU faculty member’s book recommended by FCA Magazine

john nickols with book for webBROWNWOOD – Aug. 7, 2014 – “The Last Three Outs,” a novel by John Nickols, assistant professor of history and political science at Howard Payne University, was recently recommended by FCA Magazine, a national publication of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The novel was the only work of fiction recommended by the magazine in its July/August issue.

“The Last Three Outs,” a baseball novel with Christian themes, tells the story of Danny Hill, a bright pitching prospect whose baseball career is suddenly threatened by a shoulder injury. According to Nickols, the book loosely parallels the life of Joseph in the Old Testament.

“Joseph’s story has always intrigued me,” Nickols said. “There were many injustices in his life, but God redeemed him in a much greater way. In a very trivial way, the same thing happens to Danny in my story.”

The book was published by Tate Publishing and is available at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.

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Photo cutline: “The Last Three Outs” by John Nickols, assistant professor of history and political science at HPU, was recently recommended by FCA Magazine.

HPU education students travel to London

By Kendyl Moore ’14

BROWNWOOD – July 29, 2014 – Eight education majors from Howard Payne University traveled to London recently to learn firsthand about the British education system and compare it to education in Texas.

London group final for webHPU’s School of Education travels to London every other year to allow as many students as possible to attend. Dr. Mitzi Lehrer, associate professor of education, served as the trip sponsor and described it as an incredible learning experience.

“Even though things are done differently in the British education system, it’s still a good way of doing them,” states Dr. Lehrer. “This trip provides a great way to observe a different culture in a setting that’s familiar.”

The group stayed in London but took day trips to Warwick Castle, Hampton Court Palace and the village of Herne Bay. At Herne Bay, on the coast near Canterbury in Kent, the students spent a full day observing a primary school classroom. They compared the differences in teaching styles and the education systems in Britain and Texas.

They were also able to see many historical and educational sites in and around London including Covent Garden, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, the British Museum, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London, the London Eye and more.

“My wish is that every HPU student has the opportunity to travel,” says Dr. Lehrer. “It opens up students’ minds and expands their worldviews.”

The students who went on the trip were Jeremy Bartley, senior from Brownwood; Shelby Byrd, senior from Brownwood; Casey Coffee, senior from Early; Allyson Gainey, senior from Kermit; Katie Mann, junior from Blanket; Kensey Martinez, senior from Brownwood; Jill Parson, sophomore from Llano; and Whitney Turnacliff, senior from Andrews.

In addition to Dr. Lehrer, trip sponsors included Jill Underwood, adjunct instructor of education, and Paula Hoyle Morelock, former educator and HPU alumna.

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Photo cutline: Students and faculty from HPU’s School of Education recently traveled to London. Left to right: Jill Underwood, Katie Mann, Jeremy Bartley, Whitney Turnacliff, Allyson Gainey, Kensey Martinez, Dr. Mitzi Lehrer, Shelby Byrd, Paula Morelock, Casey Coffee and Jill Parson.

HPU assistant professor publishes books on women in missions

Melody Maxwell books for webBROWNWOOD – July 22, 2014 – Dr. Melody Maxwell, assistant professor of Christian studies at Howard Payne University, recently published two books analyzing the role of women in missions and church leadership.

Dr. Maxwell’s most recent work, “The Woman I Am: Southern Baptist Women’s Writings, 1906-2006,” references Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) publications and traces developing thought patterns regarding the role of women in missions and church leadership throughout the 20th century. The book was published by University of Alabama Press in early July.

Released in April, Dr. Maxwell’s first book, “Torches in the Corridor: 125 Years of Tennessee Woman’s Missionary Union,” is an expansion of a thesis she published as an undergraduate student at Union University in Jackson, Tenn. The book features historical profiles of leaders within Tennessee WMU. Dr. Maxwell had the opportunity to premiere her work at the group’s annual meeting in April.

“It is fascinating to look at the ways that changing American culture has affected Southern Baptist women’s roles,” she said. “Over the past century, Baptist women have advocated and filled positions from missionary homemaker to ordained pastor. My books explore these changes and how they were received by Southern Baptists, both women and men.”

Maxwell also has firsthand experience with her subject matter.

“I grew up in Tennessee, where I met leaders in WMU who helped shape my vocation and my life,” she said. “I also served on the national WMU staff, where I observed trends among Baptist women in the 21st century.”

“The Woman I Am” is available for purchase on Amazon and directly through the publisher at http://www.uapress.ua.edu/. “Torches in the Corridor” is available for purchase from Tennessee WMU by calling (615) 371-2038.

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Photo cutline: Dr. Melody Maxwell, assistant professor of Christian studies at HPU, recently published two books on the role of women in missions and church leadership.

HPU faculty member publishes book on worship and the Baptist faith

Hatch with book for webBROWNWOOD – June 20, 2014 – Dr. Derek Hatch, assistant professor of Christian studies at Howard Payne University, recently co-edited “Gathering Together: Baptists at Work in Worship,” a collection of essays examining how worship shapes the Baptist faith.

Penned by pastors and scholars from across the United States, the essays take a close look at the act of liturgy or corporate worship. According to Dr. Hatch, a reoccurring metaphor throughout the book views worship as a “seamless garment.”

“Baptists often think of worship as comprised of individual acts such as sermons, music, greeting periods and a time of invitation,” he said. “But ‘Gathering Together’ seeks to examine how each act reinforces the others and serves to strengthen church communities.”

Dr. Hatch stated that the purpose of the book is not to promote or emphasize one style of worship over another, but rather to encourage intentional and theological reflection on these acts by ministers and churchgoers.

“Regardless of style, we want Baptists to think intentionally about worship and to constantly move toward a ‘seamless garment,’” he said.

“Gathering Together” is co-edited by Rodney Wallace Kennedy, lead pastor of First Baptist Church in Dayton, Ohio. It is available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and directly from the publisher at www.wipfandstock.com.

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Photo cutline: Dr. Derek Hatch, assistant professor of Christian studies at HPU, discusses his new book, “Gathering Together: Baptists at Work in Worship,” at a recent book-signing event on campus.

HPU group travels to Slovakia for cross-cultural mission trip

HPU Slovakia group for webBROWNWOOD – June 13, 2014 – Dr. Melody Maxwell, assistant professor of Christian studies at Howard Payne University, and five students from her spring International Missions Practicum course recently traveled to Važec, Slovakia, for a week-long mission experience. The course, required for all cross-cultural studies majors, is designed to give students firsthand experience in cross-cultural ministry.

The group led ministry activities among the Roma and Slovak people and learned from the missiology of Shane and Dianne McNary, the field personnel with whom they served.

“We spent the semester at HPU learning about the history and culture of the Roma, a minority group in Europe that is often mistreated, and were grateful to get to serve among the Roma in Slovakia and learn from the McNarys’ long-term ministry there,” Dr. Maxwell said.

Ministry activities included teaching English in a local school, leading a daily kids club and planning various evening activities. According to Dr. Maxwell, she and the students prepared both academically and spiritually for the trip.

“We studied best practices in short-term missions and prepared for the specific activities we would lead during our trip,” she said. “Among other assignments, students kept journals while in Slovakia and submitted a reflection paper after we returned. All of these activities helped class members grow academically as well as personally through the trip. It was exciting to see students grow in their cross-cultural leadership abilities as we served together.”

The reflection papers reveal the students’ improved knowledge of international missions.

“The biggest thing I feel I can take as a challenge from this trip is that I need to really try to love everyone as God loves everyone,” wrote Mackenzie Gill, a junior from Brownwood.

Sean Locker, a senior from North Richland Hills, wrote, “From this trip I’ve been better able to understand the importance of reading and experiencing different cultures and how it all pertains to global missions. Now that I’ve seen and experienced so much with my own senses I want to study about the world and its affairs all the more.”

In addition to Gill and Locker, students on the trip included Faye Lasserre, senior from Brownwood; Rachel Runnels, senior from Paradise; and Jack Wells, senior from Terrell.

According to Dr. Maxwell, cross-cultural experiences remind students and faculty alike that God’s kingdom is much bigger than HPU, Texas and the United States.

“Experiences like this allow us to participate in the work that God is doing around the world,” she said. “What a privilege!”

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Photo cutline: A group from HPU stands with missionary Dianne McNary in Važec, Slovakia. From left: Jack Wells, Sean Locker, Mackenzie Gill, Dianne McNary, Dr. Melody Maxwell and Faye Lasserre.

HPU honors 216 for academic success during the spring 2014 semester

BROWNWOOD – June 12, 2014 – Howard Payne University honored 216 students for academic success during the spring 2014 semester. Students must earn a 4.0 grade point average to be named to the President’s List, a 3.65-3.99 grade point average to be named to the Dean’s List and a 3.5-3.64 grade point average to be named to the Honor Roll.

Receiving honors were:

Abilene
Jamie Lee Boyd, Dean’s List
Ryan Cade Smith, Dean’s List

Alleyton
Danielle Mae Parkhurst, Dean’s List

Alvarado
Ruby Patricia Johnson, Honor Roll

Alvin
Tori Ann Moore, President’s List

Amarillo
Xavier Juiqueil McFalls, Honor Roll

Anton
Larissa K. Lynskey, President’s List

Apex, N.C.
Kristen Nicole Terway, Honor Roll

Austin
Rebekah Elizabeth Weaver, President’s List
Marley Rose Zochert, Dean’s List

Azle
Steven Austin Mobley, Dean’s List

Baird
Sierra Maurette Damron, President’s List

Ballinger
Ely Chance Self, President’s List

Bangs
Callie Ann Adams, Dean’s List
Victoria Lee Hardin, Honor Roll
Melissa Dawn Ramirez, Dean’s List
Joshua Lee Simons, Honor Roll
Kaitlin Nicole Vernon, Honor Roll

Bertram
Conner Trent Fisher, Dean’s List
Katherine Joyce Licce, President’s List

Big Lake
Samantha Lynn Guerrero, President’s List

Big Spring
Ethan Michael Yeats, Dean’s List

Blanket
Cullan Ross Tidwell, Dean’s List

Bloomfield, N.M.
Shaefer Mcintyre Church, Dean’s List

Boylston, Mass.
Catherine MacDonald Mullaney, President’s List

Brady
Janis Dianne Groves, President’s List

Brazoria
Kody Wayne Cissna, Dean’s List

Brenham
Kassey Diane Nix, Dean’s List

Brownwood
Ashley Renee Arriaga, Honor Roll
Sandy Bean, Dean’s List
Nicholas Calvin Bennie, Honor Roll
Melissa R. Bernal, President’s List
Joan Davina Burks, Dean’s List
Cecil Otis Cox, President’s List
Raymundo Delgado, Honor Roll
Caleb Nathan Dillard, Honor Roll
Jeffrey Scott Edmondson, Dean’s List
Burke Clifton Edwards, President’s List
Justin Allen Fisher, President’s List
Chelsea Nicole Garcia, Dean’s List
Amanda Carlie Gober, President’s List
Meagan Elizabeth Hall, Dean’s List
Daniel Aaron Harmon, Dean’s List
Michael Jeffrey Harmon, President’s List
Jeremy Allen Hogue, President’s List
Molly Jane Hull, President’s List
Kelcie Michelle Hunter, President’s List
Jared Briant Huntley, Dean’s List
Jerry Talton Hurt, President’s List
Megan Michele Irwin, President’s List
Kindry Cruz Kirbo, Honor Roll
Bethany Mae Lee, President’s List
Jarrod Scott McCandless, Dean’s List
Rachel Brooke McDonald, President’s List
Dillon Layne McDugle, President’s List
Shauntel Charity McGlothin, Dean’s List
Sean Peter McMahan, Dean’s List
Saulo Elias Mendoza, President’s List
Jason Alexander Murphy, Honor Roll
Sydnee Paige Petty, President’s List
Amber Dawn Poulter, Honor Roll
William Thomas Rumfield, Dean’s List
Stormy San Miguel, Dean’s List
William Otis Thomas, President’s List
Chelsea Lynn Thomason, President’s List
Brennan Lee Turner, Dean’s List
Brogan Shea Turner, President’s List
Stephanie Michelle Upfold, Honor Roll
Sierra Montana Westerman, President’s List
Laura Caroll Whiteley, President’s List
Joshua Blain Woods, Dean’s List
Andres Jose Zambrano, President’s List

Burkburnett
Blake Tyler Arbogast, Honor Roll

Canyon Lake
Ashley Marie Krohn, Dean’s List

Carrollton
Cristina M. Arevalo, Dean’s List
TaShana Rae Hooker, President’s List

Cedar Creek
Samuel Joe Austin Parmley, Dean’s List

Cedar Park
Emily Janice Peisker, President’s List

Cibolo
Ruth Ann Davis, Dean’s List

Coleman
Allison Kate Straach, President’s List

Comanche
Nathan Wayne Byrd, Dean’s List
Angela Rose Parker, Honor Roll

Copperas Cove
Robert Vincent Martinez, Honor Roll

Corpus Christi
Timothy Devon Hardy, President’s List

Crandall
Darbi Lee Frazier, Dean’s List

Cross Plains
Dianna Jo Megarity, President’s List
Samuel Colton Rockett, Dean’s List

Dallas
Shardena N. Hudson, Dean’s List

Duncanville
Clarissa Leigh Toler, President’s List

Early
Colby Scott Compton, Dean’s List
Thomas Harrison Givan, President’s List
Kevin Fitzgerald Holamon, President’s List
Amy Karen Hurtado, Honor Roll
Lillian Murselle McMillan, Dean’s List
Joanne Jeanette Melton, Dean’s List
Sydni Brooke Thompson, Dean’s List

Eastland
Cody Neal Perrin, Dean’s List

Edinburg
Andrea Shannon Peaster, President’s List

El Paso
Laura Jean Flores, Dean’s List

Ennis
Ashley Briann Chapman, Honor Roll

Erie, Colo.
Hannah Elizabeth Jansen, President’s List

Eufaula, Okla.
Erin E. McLeod, Dean’s List

Farmington, N.M.
Kendyl Ann Moore, Honor Roll

Ferris
Olivia Ann Belsher, Dean’s List

Florence
Luis Anthony Robles, Dean’s List
Daniel William Taylor, President’s List

Fort Stockton
Quelan D’Michal Lancaster, Dean’s List

Fort Worth
Hannah Joan Ball, President’s List
Elizabeth Calee Dill, Honor Roll
Whitney Elisabeth Presbaugh, Dean’s List
Rebekah Lindsay Steadman, Dean’s List
Hannah Elise Williamson, Honor Roll

Fredericksburg
Chandler Jacob Condra, President’s List

Gardendale
Gage Logan Smith, Honor Roll

Garland
Rachel M. Ellington, Dean’s List

Gatesville
Murry Roy Clingerman, Honor Roll

Georgetown
Brittany Rachelle Bailey, Honor Roll
Rachel Ann Mahagan, President’s List
Kara Ann May, Dean’s List
Stephen Gabriel Oates, President’s List
Sydney Drew Spencer, President’s List
Armando Elvis Valdez, Honor Roll

Godley
Tolli Bre Wylie, Dean’s List

Goldthwaite
Janakay Frances Oliver, Dean’s List
Jaime Leann Swanner, President’s List

Granbury
Kelsey Jane Clarke, Dean’s List
Tyler Kirk Jones, President’s List

Grand Saline
Dustan Shayne Neal, Honor Roll

Granger
Aryn Ashlie Kroeker, Dean’s List

Greenbrier, Ark.
Paul Jefferson Warren, President’s List

Gunter
Richard Austin Young, Honor Roll

Harker Heights
Derek Nathan Anderson, Dean’s List

Hillister
Jessi Nicole Jordan, President’s List

Houston
Tonya Kara Bloomer, President’s List

Howe
Taylor Grace Cook, Honor Roll

Iowa Park
Joshua Lee Farquharson, Honor Roll

Iraan
Kaleigh Jo Tankersley, President’s List

Irving
Adam McCoy Jones, President’s List

Jacksboro
Chelsey Breanne Cathey, President’s List

Keller
Cassidy Montana Lindstrom, President’s List

Kenefick
Kevin Benjamin Domingue, President’s List

Kennedale
Allison Nicole Mantell, Dean’s List

Kerrville
James Vincent Abbatiello, President’s List

Killeen
Amanda Michelle Cruddas, Dean’s List
Harley Gail Fine, Dean’s List

La Grange
Valerie Hanna Marrs, Honor Roll

Lampasas
Sarah Katherine Bishop, Honor Roll
Brittany Morgan Cavness, Dean’s List
Jennifer Lynn Hilla, President’s List
Sharon Allen Wolverton, Honor Roll

Landrum, S.C.
Mason Joseph Bird, Honor Roll
Zachary James Bird, Honor Roll

Leander
Dulcie Nicole Pepe, Honor Roll
Ethan Zachary West, President’s List

Levelland
Preston Allen Carpenter, Honor Roll

Lewisville
Marion Renee Stearns, Dean’s List

Liberty Hill
Mason Marie Samsel, Honor Roll

Lytle
Jaclyn Rose Bonner, President’s List
Katie Rose Bonner, President’s List

May
Sarah Katherine Brown, Dean’s List
Nicole Mariah Nehf, President’s List

Mesquite
Ryan Taylor Young, Dean’s List

Midland
Nellie Beau Brieann Clevenger, President’s List

Miles
Caitlin Courtney Wood, Dean’s List

Mission
Danya Alexandra Rios, Honor Roll

Missoula, Mont.
Rebekah Leigh Johnson, Dean’s List

Montgomery
Candace Leeann Montgomery, Dean’s List

Naples, Fla.
Robin Elizabeth Scofield, Honor Roll

New London, Mo.
Allison Ann Ninedorf, Honor Roll

Nocona
Rebecca Nicole Hamilton, President’s List

Odessa
Katie Dawn Murphy, President’s List

Paradise
Mac Eric Villanueba, Honor Roll

Pasadena
Allison Paige Morrison, Dean’s List

Perryton
Keaton James Fletcher, President’s List

Placentia, Calif.
Kyle James Dennis, President’s List

Ponder
Jorden Alexander Young, Honor Roll

Richardson
Ivyanne Alyssa Nichols, Honor Roll

Rising Star
Dale Ross Self, Honor Roll

Rochelle
Cantrell Oldham Miller, President’s List

Rockwall
Blaine Michael Wynn, Honor Roll
Blake Robert Wynn, Honor Roll

Rosenberg
Amber Tabrisha Ren Jones, President’s List

Round Rock
Heather Renee Clayton, President’s List
Summer Christine King, Honor Roll
Kyle Edward Kulczyk, Dean’s List

Salado
Thomas Parker Kyle, President’s List
Michael Joe Sellers, Honor Roll

San Angelo
Cara Ann DeLoach, President’s List
Kristin Leeann Haman, President’s List

San Antonio
Rebecca Marie Etter, Dean’s List
Angelica Maria Gray, Dean’s List
Victoria Rene Krawczynski, President’s List
Julia Mari Rodriguez, Honor Roll

San Juan
Lorien Elisse Rubio, Dean’s List

San Saba
Marshal Lynn McIntosh, Dean’s List

Santo
Sarah Jane Van Remmen, Dean’s List

Sherman
Ashley Paige Krueger, Dean’s List

Sierra Blanca
Rachel Jean Moore, President’s List

Springtown
Mallory Laurette Orms, President’s List

Stafford, Va.
Gloriana Michelle Stolle, Honor Roll

Stephenville
Eaisson Lyric O’Brien, Dean’s List
Courtney Alyse Officer, President’s List
Courtney Jean Tatum, President’s List

Sweetwater
Bryson Taylor Wallace, Honor Roll

Temple
Macy Catherine McPherson, President’s List

Terrell
Haley Clair Jones, Dean’s List

Texarkana
Diana Rebeca Puente Chavar, President’s List

Tolar
McKinley Gayle Meyer, Dean’s List

Victoria
Neva Marie Bowers, President’s List

Wallis
Camryn Leigh D’Rubio, Honor Roll

Waxahachie
Michael Nathan Snow, Dean’s List

Weatherford
Morgan Paige Ashmore, Honor Roll

Whitehouse
Gary Cayden McDonald, Honor Roll

Whitesboro
Katelyn Marie Wood, Dean’s List

Wylie
Wesley Dale Livingston, Honor Roll

Zephyr
Lacy Harrison Culpepper, President’s List