News Archives: Academics

HPU business students assist local organization

BROWNWOOD – May 16, 2014 – Howard Payne University students in Dr. Kevin Kelley’s organizational behavior class recently finalized and delivered an applied class project to Doak Givan, executive director at Brownwood’s Family Services Center.

The students reviewed and updated the Family Services Center’s job descriptions, a project which took approximately 10 weeks to complete.

“The students successfully made entry, negotiated scope, identified project leaders and teams, developed an interview guide, trained interviewers, scheduled interviews and interviewed 20 Family Services Center employees,” said Dr. Kelley, assistant professor of organizational psychology. “They then revised and rewrote job descriptions and delivered a polished product. Mr. Givan was exceptionally pleased with the team’s professionalism, timeliness, dedication and final product.”

In addition to applying what they learned in the classroom to a live consulting project, students divided into teams and leaders volunteered to manage both tasks and people. Finally, a project manager was promoted, which allowed the students run the entire project to completion.

Students participating in the project were Neva Bowers, junior from Victoria, project manager; Shelby Creed, senior from Brownwood, team member; Lacy Culpepper, junior from Zephyr, final deliverable manager; Ray Delgado, junior from Brownwood, deliverable lead; Ethan Ferrel, senior from Childress, team member; Kalin Hanna, senior from Brownwood, team member; Zach Herman, senior from Brownwood, scheduling lead; Dustin Kelver, senior from Spring, deliverable lead; Lizzie Mitchell, senior from Mesquite, team member; Jake Sadler, junior from Liberty Hill, team member; Will Thomas, senior from Brownwood, team member; Skyler Turpin, senior from Graham, team member; and Ross Whittet, senior from Granbury, scheduling lead.

HPU students complete criminal justice internships

criminal justice interns for webBROWNWOOD – May 15, 2014 – Fifteen Howard Payne University students were recently honored for the completion of internships in the field of criminal justice.

The students completed 150 hours of service which reflected three credit hours toward their major in criminal justice. Internships included working with “at risk” students and adults at local, state and federal agencies as well as positions with law firms, law enforcement agencies and many other service organizations that help students prepare for a future in the field of criminal justice.

“We’re very thankful to the many agencies who hosted our students and to the individuals who served as supervisors, sharing their skills and knowledge with our interns,” said Lynn Humeniuk, associate professor of criminal justice/sociology and director of HPU’s criminal justice program. “Internships are an invaluable resource to our students and a great pathway to future employment.”

Participating students included Mitchell Bailey, senior from Early, intern at Ron Jackson Juvenile Correctional Facility; Ashley Biering, senior from Spring Branch, intern at Brown Country District Attorney’s Office; Carlton Brown, senior from Brownwood, intern at Brownwood Fire Department’s Office of Arson Investigation; John Gramling, senior from Brownwood, intern at Brown County Sheriff’s Office; Alejandro Guerrero, December 2013 graduate from Dallas, intern at Brownwood Police Department; Manuela Holguin, senior from El Paso, intern at Vista College Office of Financial Aid; Taylor Jordan, senior from Brownwood, intern at Ron Jackson Juvenile Correctional Facility, Texas Juvenile Justice Department; Wesley Livingston, senior from Wylie, intern at HPU Department of Public Safety; Pricilla Patino, senior from Abilene, intern at HPU Department of Public Safety; Josh Simons, senior from Bangs, intern at Brown County Sheriff’s Office; Daniel Taylor, senior from Florence, intern at Glorieta Baptist Encampment; Jarrod Tipton, senior from Brownwood, intern at Texas Department of Public Safety; Tommy Valencia, senior from Brownwood, intern at Texas Parks and Wildlife; Eric Villanueba, senior from Paradise, intern at Texas Department of Public Safety; and Eric Young, senior from Yantis, intern at Early Police Department.

Individuals serving as supervisors were Tony Aaron, captain, Brown County Sheriff’s Office; Elisha Bird, assistant district attorney for Brown County; Rebecca Cadena, case manager, Texas Juvenile Justice Department; Bobby Duvall, assistant chief deputy, Brown County Sheriff’s Office; James Fuller, assistant chief, Brownwood Police Department; Susan Gunn, case manager, Texas Juvenile Justice Department; Carl Kesee, sergeant, Texas Department of Public Safety; David Mercer, chief of police, Early Police Department; Josh Modt, director of Fuge Camps, Glorieta Baptist Encampment; Lt. Bob Pacatte, assistant chief, HPU Department of Public Safety; Buddy Preston, fire marshal, Brownwood Fire Department; Grady Suey, assistant fire chief, Brownwood Fire Department; Arika Vallejo, Vista College Office of Financial Aid; and Capt. Malcolm Wilkes, district director, Texas Parks and Wildlife.

Others serving as mentors to students included Dave Bosecker, game warden, Texas Parks and Wildlife; Chris Delgado, corporal, Texas Department of Public Safety; Sandra Garcia, administrative assistant, Early Police Department; David Modgling, captain, Texas Parks and Wildlife; and John Moody, trooper, Texas Department of Public Safety.

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Photo cutline: HPU students were recently honored for the successful completion of criminal justice internships. They are pictured with supervisors and other mentors as well as with HPU faculty. Standing, from left, are: Carlton Brown, Buddy Preston, John Moody, David Modgling, Chris Delgado, Dave Bosecker, Wesley Livingston, Bob Pacatte, Susan Gunn, James Fuller, Jarrod Tipton, Josh Simons, Eric Young and David Mercer. Seated, from left, are Tommy Valencia, Lynn Humeniuk, Taylor Jordan, Sandra Garcia and Daniel Taylor.

HPU to hold spring Commencement Saturday

BROWNWOOD – May 8, 2014 – Howard Payne University will graduate 155 students during the spring Commencement ceremony this Saturday, May 10, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Brownwood Coliseum.

Dr. Bill Ellis, university president, and other university representatives will confer the undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as the Honorary Doctor of Letters degree to Dr. Carol L. McDonald. Dr. Ellis will deliver the charge to the graduates.

Additional program participants include: Corey Ash ’92, associate professor of music and director of bands; Dr. Donnie Auvenshine ’75, dean of the School of Christian Studies and professor of Christian studies; Robert Carter ’73, chairman of the HPU Board of Trustees; Dr. Gary Gramling ’81, director of the graduate program in youth ministry and professor of Christian studies; Dr. Justin D. Murphy, dean of the School of Humanities, professor of history and director of the Guy D. Newman Honors Academy; Dr. Lois Patton, director of the graduate program in business administration and professor of business administration; Dr. Leslie Plagens, dean of the School of Business and professor of business administration; Pastor Steve Polaski ’81, associate pastor of Victory Life Church in Brownwood; Debbie Prude ’78, president of the HPU Alumni Association; Dr. Joe Robinson, director of the instructional leadership graduate program and associate professor of education; Dr. Michael Rosato, dean of the School of Education and professor of education; Dr. Jay T. Smith ’96, lead pastor at First Baptist Church in Bozeman, Mont.; Dr. W. Mark Tew, provost; Zachary James Tharp, candidate for graduation; Lana Wagner ’97, registrar; Dr. Julie Welker ’94, faculty president, professor of communication and chair of the Department of Communication Studies; and the HPU Instrumental Ensemble.

The Commencement ceremony will be preceded on Friday, May 9, by Chime Out, an HPU tradition in which graduating seniors pass a chain of ivy to underclassmen, symbolizing the passing of authority, responsibility and privileges to those students who remain on campus to carry on the traditions of the university. Chime Out begins at 6 p.m. at the university’s J. Howard Hodge Memorial Bell Towers.

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HPU scholarship creates new opportunities for Lampasas-area students

Emily Ramsey for webBROWNWOOD – May 1, 2014 – One of the most appealing aspects of Howard Payne University, according to freshman Emily Ramsey from Lampasas, is the sense of community.

“HPU is like a small town in itself,” she said. “It feels a lot like Lampasas. It’s a very personable school – everybody knows you and the teachers care about you and are focused on your success.”

Emily said she has no doubt God led her to HPU.

“I applied here and one other university,” she said. “I got a great scholarship to attend HPU, but none from the other university. It was an easy decision.”

She is one of many students receiving HPU’s Central Texas Scholarship, which awards $52,000 over four years to eligible applicants from Lampasas and the surrounding counties. Students such as Emily are finding they can attend a nationally recognized university not far from home.

“I’m only an hour away from Lampasas, but I still have the space I need away from home,” she said. “I know I can go home at any time and I also have friends and professors here who I can trust with anything.”

Emily is a business management major with a concentration in marketing/advertising and a minor in computer information systems. When not in class, she spends most of her hours at her on-campus job, Fambrough’s Eatery & Coffee Bar. She wouldn’t have it any other way.

“I’ve always been a worker,” she said. “I got my first job at 16, and I haven’t stopped working since.”

Her position allows her to interact with others on campus.

“Emily always seems to enjoy talking to students, faculty and staff while she prepares and serves their food,” said PJ Gramling, director of admission. “And we enjoy talking with her! She is a great addition to our campus.”

After graduation, Emily plans on having a career in advertising with a focus on web design. At HPU, she’s found the support she needs to help her achieve those goals.

“I can go to my professors at any time for any reason,” she said. “I love HPU. It is the perfect school for me.”

To learn more about HPU’s Central Texas Scholarship, call the Office of Admission at (325) 649-8020 or e-mail enroll@hputx.edu. For more information about Howard Payne University, visit www.hputx.edu.

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Photo cutline: Emily Ramsey is one of many students receiving HPU’s Central Texas Scholarship, which awards $52,000 over four years to eligible applicants from Lampasas and the surrounding counties.

Five HPU personnel to be recognized during book-signing event

HPU authors for webBROWNWOOD – May 1, 2014 – Howard Payne University will host a book-signing event next Monday, May 5, to honor five faculty and staff members who have recently published books. The event will be held from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Richard and Wanda Jackson Conference Room inside HPU’s Paul and Jane Meyer Faith and Life Leadership Center.

HPU authors recognized during the event will include Deborah Pierson Dill, administrative assistant for the School of Science and Mathematics; Dr. Derek Hatch, assistant professor of Christian studies; Dr. Melody Maxwell, assistant professor of Christian studies; John Nickols, assistant professor of history and political science and special assistant to the athletic director; and Dr. Daresa Voss, professor of education.

Set in Central Texas, “Perfect Shelter” is a contemporary Christian romance novel by Deborah Pierson Dill. Released in 2010, it is the first in a series of three novels published by Pelican Book Group. The other novels in the series are “Return to Me” and “Moving On.”

Dr. Derek Hatch co-edited “Gathering Together: Baptists at Work in Worship,” which was published in August 2013. The book features a collection of articles by pastors and educators examining how acts of worship help shape the Baptist faith.

“Torches in the Corridor: 125 Years of Tennessee Woman’s Missionary Union” is an expansion of a thesis  Dr. Melody Maxwell published as an undergraduate student at Union University in Jackson, Tenn. Published in April 2014, the book features historical profiles of leaders within Tennessee Woman’s Missionary Union.

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

“Gavriel and Giselle: Anilange” is a children’s book by Dr. Daresa Voss. Written in response to the 2013 Moore, Okla., tornado, the story is designed to bring comfort to children, parents, teachers and communities following any tragic event.

Dr. W. Mark Tew, HPU’s provost and chief academic officer, said he is pleased that through research and writing HPU faculty and staff members continue to learn and grow in their respective fields.

“These authors are terrific examples to our students by demonstrating that education is a lifelong endeavor,” he said.

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Photo cutline: HPU will honor five faculty and staff members at a book-signing event on May 5. Left to right: Deborah Pierson Dill, John Nickols, Dr. Melody Maxwell, Dr. Daresa Voss and Dr. Derek Hatch.

HPU’s Student Speaker Bureau competes at Texas Intercollegiate Forensics Association championship tournament

BROWNWOOD – February 19, 2014 – Howard Payne University’s competitive speech and debate team, Student Speaker Bureau, recently competed at the Texas Intercollegiate Forensics Association spring championship tournament at Rice University. The team won 5th place overall sweepstakes, losing only to Division I universities.

“This is a great accomplishment,” said Dr. Julie Welker, head of the communication department and SSB coach. “It is outstanding when a university the size of HPU comes in right behind larger universities. Most of those schools have upwards of 20 students on their team and enter twice as many events. We are competing with eight students. Our students pack a lot of bang for their buck!”

The team had a strong showing in debate, as the open division team of Katie Mullaney, senior English and Guy D. Newman Honors Academy major from Boylston, Mass., and Ben Palmer, senior youth ministry major from Brownwood, advanced to quarterfinals.

HPU had four speakers in the top 20 for parliamentary debate speaker awards. Winning top speaker awards were Mullaney and Adam Jones, freshman communication, youth ministry and Academy major from Irving, both of whom ranked in the top 10. Palmer and Andres Zambrano, freshman Academy and political science major from Brownwood, ranked in the top 20.

Palmer also advanced to semifinals in extemporaneous speaking, and Jones advanced to semifinals in impromptu speaking.

“I am extremely proud of all of these students,” said Welker. “This was our first parliamentary debate tournament since last September, so we were a little rusty. It’s impressive that we had a team break to quarters and receive such great speaking awards.”

Welker added that the HPU students have been able to step in and succeed, even with such a young team.

“We only have two graduating seniors on our team, Katie and Ben, and they are great leaders,” she said. “Their debating experience really shines through at these tough tournaments.”

Other students who competed at the tournament were Marcos Corley, junior criminal justice major from Corpus Christi; Meg Eakin, freshman political science major from Plano; Jaclyn Bonner, freshman communication major from Lytle; and Adrianna Perez, junior political science major from Rowlett. Kim Bryant, associate professor of communication, also helps coach the team.

This Valentine’s Day, alumni couple reflects on time at HPU

butler grad pic for web_3BROWNWOOD – Feb. 10, 2014 – For Howard Payne University alumni Ben and Angela (Haney) Butler, the university will forever represent more than just an education – it’s also where they met and fell in love. The couple was married on November 2, 2013, just one month before they crossed the stage to receive their Master of Business Administration degrees.

Ben, a Graham native, and Angela, from Denison, both started at HPU in the fall of 2008. After seeing each other around campus for a year, they became friends in the fall of 2009.

“I could always tell that there was something special about Ben,” said Angela. “He was always the guy who would do anything to help out a friend. If you ask any of his friends from HPU, they’ll tell you that he goes above and beyond to take care of other people.”

It wasn’t until the next year, however, that Angela noticed her feelings for Ben were evolving into something deeper.

“I finally told a mutual friend of ours, and he got so excited that he immediately went and told Ben,” she said.

According to Ben, he didn’t quite believe the news for the first few weeks.

“I wasn’t sure if it was true or if my buddies were just playing a joke on me,” he said. “Angela was the type of girl that I always felt was out of my league, and I still do. But on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving that year, as I was getting ready to head home for break, I decided to text her.”

A month later, the couple was “officially” dating and they continued to do so throughout the rest of their undergraduate careers.

“Ben actually chose to get his Master of Business Administration degree through HPU before I did,” said Angela. “He had an extra year of eligibility left in baseball and thought the MBA program sounded perfect.”

Angela, who had taken an internship in her hometown after graduating with a bachelor’s degree, discovered that a long-distance relationship was not what she wanted. Fortunately, she applied for an admission counselor position with HPU’s Office of Admission and was hired soon after.

“I didn’t really think anything about getting an MBA until after I came back to work at HPU and more people began to tell me about their great experiences with the program,” she said. “It was enticing to me because an MBA can help you in so many different fields, and it can be completed in only one year. I decided to follow in Ben’s footsteps and get mine too.”

In between busy work schedules, baseball and other events, Ben and Angela attended graduate classes together at nights and on weekends. Their relationship continued to blossom, and they became engaged on March 16, 2013, at a family friend’s house after a home baseball game.

“I turned a corner and saw Ben standing there with a beautiful bouquet of flowers, his Bible and a little blue box wrapped in white ribbon,” Angela said. “He proposed and I said yes in front of our friends and family. We celebrated the night away.”

Due to the fact that Ben finished his MBA in August and Angela finished hers in December, they had the rare opportunity to graduate together a month after their wedding.

“It was a really cool thing to do,” Angela said. “I even had the registrar’s office make sure that my name said ‘Angela Nicole Butler’ on my diploma instead of ‘Haney.’ When I walked the stage they had me wait for Ben’s name to be called too. We were able to get our picture taken together on the platform, as husband and wife, both graduating with our Master of Business Administration degrees. It was a really great experience to get to share with him.”

The couple now lives in The Colony, with Ben working for Evantage, Inc., and Angela for Lewisville ISD. They’ve joined Prestonwood Baptist Church and say they have been blessed by God’s continual provision.

“As far as the future goes, sometimes it seems like we have a ton of plans and sometimes it seems like we’re just playing it fast and loose,” Angela said. “We would both eventually like to pursue entrepreneurship. We want to travel. We want to raise a family. But right now, we’re just taking it one step at a time and loving each other with everything we have.”

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Photo cutline: Ben and Angela (Haney) Butler graduated from HPU with Master of Business Administration degrees just one month after their wedding. They are pictured with Dr. Les Plagens, left, dean of the School of Business, and Dr. Lois Patton, right, professor of business administration and director of the MBA program.

3D printing: Scientists believe new technology, now taught at HPU, will change the world

lester towell with 3D printer for web(This article was originally published in the winter 2013-14 issue of the Link magazine)

BROWNWOOD – February 4, 2014 – “There isn’t an area of society that will not be touched in some way by the concept of 3D printing,” says Dr. Lester Towell, professor of computer information systems and chair of the department of computer information systems at HPU.

3D printers, such as the one recently acquired by the university, create three-dimensional objects by printing successive layers of a variety of materials including plastic, metal, ceramic and glass. The technology stands poised to change the world in which we live – scientists have already successfully printed biological matter, which could one day render organ transplant lists obsolete.

In between teaching a full course load and other responsibilities that come with being a faculty member and department chair, Dr. Towell can be found at the printer. The unit – small enough to fit on the corner of his desk – prints a material called acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) plastic.

Dr. Towell happily demonstrates the machine to faculty, staff and students as well as to groups and organizations outside the university. An undergraduate class, 3D Engineering Printing, was created around the technology.

“My hope is that it reignites interest in the STEM courses – science, technology, engineering and math,” says Dr. Towell. “I believe 3D printing is a fun way to pique the students’ curiosity in these subjects.”

Dr. Towell’s office is littered with the brightly colored plastic objects produced by the printer. Though they could easily be mistaken for toys, the items are proof of the machine’s capabilities.

“This, for example,” he says, holding up a plastic ball bearing, “was manufactured as one unit. That’s something that can’t be done with any other manufacturing process. The 3D printer takes away the need for assembly in this instance.”

Dr. Towell believes that 3D printing will eventually have an impact on society similar to that of the Internet.

“Regardless of the field, 3D printing is going to play a huge role,” he says. “It’s going to happen, and HPU is out in front of the pack.”

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Photo cutline: Dr. Lester Towell demonstrates the university’s 3D printer.

HPU honors 237 for academic success during fall 2013 semester

BROWNWOOD – January 22, 2014 – Howard Payne University honored 237 students for academic success during the fall 2013 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 for all courses attempted while earning not less than twelve semester credit hours of academic coursework during the fall semester.

Abilene
Ryan Cade Smith, Dean’s List

Alvarado
Ruby Patricia Johnson, Honor Roll

Alvin
Kaitlin Shawna Leslie, President’s List
Linsey Leeann Reed, President’s List

Andrews
Whitney Nicole Turnacliff, Dean’s List

Anson
Allen Glenn Andrus, Dean’s List

Anton
Larissa K. Lynskey, President’s List

Austin
Jason Lee Disney, Honor Roll
Eric Michael Shempert, Dean’s List
Rebekah Elizabeth Weaver, President’s List

Azle
Steven Austin Mobley, Honor Roll

Baird
Sierra Maurette Damron, Dean’s List

Balch Springs
Edgar Villa, Honor Roll

Ballinger
Ely Chance Self, President’s List

Bangs
Callie Ann Adams, President’s List
Victoria Lee Hardin, Honor Roll
Bertha Mireya Mendoza, President’s List
Presley Neshaydith Parker, Dean’s List

Ben Wheeler
Jarrod Wayne White, Honor Roll

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

Big Lake
Samantha Lynn Guerrero, Dean’s List

Big Spring
Ethan Michael Yeats, President’s List

Blanket
Cullan Ross Tidwell, President’s List
Mary Elizabeth Vasquez, Honor Roll

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

Bozeman, Mont.
Catherine Joan Smith, Dean’s List

Brady
Janis Dianne Groves, President’s List
Susan Nicole Lohn, Honor Roll

Brazoria
Kody Wayne Cissna, Dean’s List
Micah Brannan Huebner, Honor Roll

Brenham
Kassey Diane Nix, President’s List

Briggs
Allison Victoria Eaton, President’s List

Brownwood
Jeremy Holland Newm Bartley, President’s List
Nicholas Calvin Bennie, Honor Roll
Melissa R. Bernal, President’s List
Joan Davina Burks, Honor Roll
Juanita Mercedes Cardenas, President’s List
Chasity Dawn Cartwright, Dean’s List
Kenneth Vance Chandler, Dean’s List
Taylor McKay Combs, Dean’s List
Cecil Otis Cox, President’s List
Shylah Marie Cutbirth, President’s List
Hope Elizabeth D’Alessio, Honor Roll
Ennis Davila, President’s List
Carminia Del Toro, President’s List
Raymundo Delgado, Dean’s List
Caleb Nathan Dillard, Honor Roll
Jeffrey Scott Edmondson, Dean’s List
Justin Allen Fisher, President’s List
Amanda Carlie Gober, President’s List
Stephanie Ann Gutierrez, Dean’s List
Meagan Elizabeth Hall, President’s List
Daniel Aaron Harmon, Dean’s List
Michael Jeffrey Harmon, Dean’s List
Christy Benae Hazelwood, Honor Roll
Zachary Edward Herman, President’s List
Jeremy Allen Hogue, President’s List
Molly Jane Hull, Honor Roll
Kelcie Michelle Hunter, President’s List
Jared Briant Huntley, President’s List
Jerry Talton Hurt, President’s List
Megan Michele Irwin, Dean’s List
Taylor Brooke Jordan, Honor Roll
Kindry Cruz Kirbo, President’s List
Bethany Mae Lee, Honor Roll
Andrea Lashaye Leonard, President’s List
Kensey Dena Martinez, Honor Roll
Jarrod Scott McCandless, President’s List
Rachel Brooke McDonald, President’s List
Shauntel Charity McGlothin, Dean’s List
Saulo Elias Mendoza, President’s List
Jessica Marie Powers, President’s List
Priscilla Lynn Rodriguez, Honor Roll
William Thomas Rumfield, Dean’s List
Jasimine Monae Sterling, Dean’s List
Zachary James Tharp, President’s List
Chelsea Lynn Thomason, President’s List
Brogan Shea Turner, President’s List
Sierra Montana Westerman, Honor Roll
Laura Caroll Whiteley, President’s List
Joshua Blain Woods, President’s List
Andres Jose Zambrano, Dean’s List

Buda
Aaran Wiley Hopkins, Dean’s List

Burleson
Caleb Michael McConnell, Dean’s List

Carbon
Brooke Lyndsey Goad, Dean’s List

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

Cedar Park
Emily Janice Peisker, Honor Roll

Clyde
Neal Edward Kucinski, Honor Roll

Coleman
Allison Kate Straach, President’s List

Comanche
Nathan Wayne Byrd, Dean’s List

Corpus Christi
Samuel Lang Hoffman, Dean’s List

Cranfills Gap
Ashley Nicole Sorenson, Honor Roll

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

Crystal City
Alberto Joseph Martinez, President’s List

Dallas
Shardena N. Hudson, Dean’s List

Duncanville
Clarissa Leigh Toler, Honor Roll

Early
Colby Scott Compton, Honor Roll
Ryan Mathew Contreras, Dean’s List
Conner Mac Drew, President’s List
Addison Bryant Ebarb, Dean’s List
Dacia D’Shea Griffin, President’s List
Kevin Fitzgerald Holamon, President’s List
Oscar Manuel Taylor, Honor Roll
Sydni Brooke Thompson, President’s List

Eastland
Tiffani Rose Peeples, Dean’s List

El Paso
Sarahi Castillo, Honor Roll
Itza Mar Jaramillo, Honor Roll
Robert Hielscher Santos, President’s List

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

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

Farmington, N.M.
Zachary H. Sterling, President’s List

Ferris
Olivia Ann Belsher, Dean’s List

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

Flower Mound
Hannah Marie Hicks, President’s List

Fort Davis
Kyla Claire Zimdars, President’s List

Fort Worth
Hannah Joan Ball, Dean’s List
Marissa Nicole Cantu, Honor Roll
Whitney Elisabeth Presbaugh, Honor Roll
Rebekah Lindsay Steadman, Dean’s List
Hannah Elise Williamson, Dean’s List

Fredericksburg
Chandler Jacob Condra, President’s List

Fulshear
Will Orion Roberts, Honor Roll

Gainesville
Amanda Ruth Driggers, President’s List

Garland
Marlie Amanda Austin, Honor Roll
Rachel M. Ellington, President’s List

Gatesville
Murry Roy Clingerman, President’s List
Colton Jess McCabe, Honor Roll
J’lee Angela McCabe, Honor Roll
Kerri Anne Meharg, Honor Roll

Georgetown
Brittany Rachelle Bailey, Dean’s List
Rachel Ann Mahagan, President’s List
Sydney Drew Spencer, Dean’s List
Armando Elvis Valdez, Dean’s List

Godley
Tolli Bre Wylie, President’s List

Goldthwaite
Jaime Leann Swanner, Honor Roll

Goliad
Evan Andrew Fleming, President’s List

Graham
Skyler James Turpin, Honor Roll

Granbury
Burke Clifton Edwards, Dean’s List
Tyler Kirk Jones, Honor Roll
Kayla Michelle Smith, President’s List
Lawrence Ross Whittet, Dean’s List

Granger
Aryn Ashlie Kroeker, President’s List

Gunter
Richard Austin Young, Honor Roll

Hallettsville
Dillon Keith McCord, 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, Dean’s List

Iraan
Kaleigh Jo Tankersley, Dean’s List

Irving
Adam McCoy Jones, President’s List

Joshua
Andrew Garrett Hultin, Dean’s List

Kempner
Aaron Michael DePrisco, Honor Roll

Kennedale
Allison Nicole Mantell, Honor Roll

Kermit
Trent Cameron Gainey, Honor Roll

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

La Grange
Valerie Hanna Marrs, President’s List

Lampasas
Jennifer Lynn Hilla, Dean’s List
Kelsan Marie Wolverton, Dean’s List
Sharon Allen Wolverton, President’s List

Leander
Dulcie Nicole Pepe, Dean’s List
Gloriana Michelle Stolle, Dean’s List

Lewisville
Michelle Marie Hawkins, President’s List
Marion Renee Stearns, Dean’s List

Liberty Hill
Chesney Beth Goza, President’s List
Mason Marie Samsel, Dean’s List

Llano
Jill Ann Parson, President’s List

Lubbock
Sydney Marie Westin, Honor Roll

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

May
Rebecca Danielle McFarland, Honor Roll

Midland
Nellie Beau Brieann Clevenger, President’s List
Gage Logan Smith, Dean’s List

Miles
Caitlin Courtney Wood, President’s List

Mission
Danya Alexandra Rios, Honor Roll

Montgomery
Courtney Reagan Lamberth, Honor Roll
Candace Leeann Montgomery, Honor Roll

Mullin
Michelle Lynn Florence, Dean’s List

New London, Mo.
Allison Ann Ninedorf, Dean’s List

Nocona
Rebecca Nicole Hamilton, President’s List

Odessa
Catherine Elizabeth Haston, President’s List
Katie Dawn Murphy, President’s List

Paradise
Ashley Ann Wellborn, Dean’s List

Pasadena
Allison Paige Morrison, President’s List

Perryton
Keaton James Fletcher, President’s List

Pleasanton
Erica Renae Lopez, Honor Roll

Princeton
Katherine Belle Carl, Dean’s List

Red Oak
Analicia Gabriella Guerrero, Dean’s List

Rising Star
Katelyn Anne Pirot, Dean’s List

Rochelle
Nathanael Adams, Dean’s List
Cantrell Oldham Miller, President’s List

Rockwall
Blaine Michael Wynn, Honor Roll

Rosenberg
Amber Tabrisha Ren Jones, Dean’s List

Round Rock
Heather Renee Clayton, President’s List
Summer Christine King, Honor Roll

Rowlett
Katherine Elaine Dobson, President’s List
Priscilla Jamaica, Dean’s List
Adrianna Nicole Perez, Dean’s List

Royse City
Hannah Marie Strebeck, Dean’s List

Sachse
Emily Marie Bird, President’s List

Salado
Mikayla Nicole Austin, Honor Roll
Thomas Parker Kyle, President’s List

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

San Antonio
Floridalma Campos, President’s List
Ruth Ann Davis, President’s List
Rebecca Marie Etter, Dean’s List
Angelica Maria Gray, President’s List
Arthur Joseph Hettler, Dean’s List
Victoria Rene Krawczynski, President’s List
Julia Mari Rodriguez, Dean’s List
Nathan Richard Weyrauch, Dean’s List

San Juan
Lorien Elisse Rubio, Dean’s List

Santa Anna
Jordan Ashleigh Jewell, Dean’s List

Santo
Sarah Jane Van Remmen, President’s List

Seguin
Vanessa Mae Marquez, President’s List

Sierra Blanca
Rachel Jean Moore, Dean’s List

Spring Branch
Ashley Ann Biering, President’s List

Springtown
Mallory Laurette Orms, Honor Roll

Stephenville
Courtney Jean Tatum, Dean’s List

Sweetwater
Austin James Burt, Honor Roll
Bryson Taylor Wallace, Honor Roll

Temple
Zachary Paul Eller, President’s List
Macy Catherine McPherson, President’s List

Texarkana
Diana Rebeca Puente Chavar, President’s List

Tolar
McKinley Gayle Meyer, Honor Roll

Venus
Sarah Delyn Belser, President’s List

Victoria
Neva Marie Bowers, President’s List

Waco
Ivon Teresa Mendoza, Honor Roll

Wallis
Camryn Leigh D’rubio, Honor Roll

Wallisville
Nicole Ann Bird, Dean’s List

Weatherford
Morgan Paige Ashmore, Honor Roll

Whitehouse
Andrew Kirk Stevenson, Dean’s List

Whitesboro
Katelyn Marie Wood, President’s List

Zephyr
Lacy Harrison Culpepper, President’s List