BROWNWOOD – April 13, 2016 – Howard Payne University alumnus Anthony Dane Bryant of Copperas Cove recently graduated from Abilene Police Department’s Police Academy and was awarded his badge and the rank of commissioned police officer within the department.
During his time at HPU, Bryant was named the 2014-2015 Outstanding Criminal Justice Major. He additionally was president of the Sigma Theta Phi fraternity and served as a resident assistant. Bryant graduated from HPU in May 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice.
“We are so very proud of Dane and all of our HPU criminal justice graduates,” said Dr. Paul Lilly, assistant professor of criminal justice and director of HPU’s Department of Public Safety. “Dane is a shining example of what HPU students can become when they set clear goals and maintain a Christ-centered life. When he graduated, we told him that it was now his turn to go out and help make the world a better place. He is certainly doing just that.”
For more information about HPU’s criminal justice program, contact Lynn Humeniuk, director of the program and associate professor of criminal justice and sociology, at (325) 649-8703 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications are still being accepted for the fall 2016 semester at Howard Payne University. HPU offers a variety of financial aid options including the Heart of Texas Scholarship, which awards $60,000 to students from Brown County and surrounding counties. For more information about HPU, contact HPU’s Office of Admission at (325) 649-8020 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Photo cutline: HPU alumnus Anthony Dane Bryant, center, recently graduated from Abilene Police Department’s Police Academy. He is pictured with HPU criminal justice faculty members Lynn Humeniuk, left, and Dr. Paul Lilly.