Arkansas Tech announces graduates
RUSSELLVILLE -- The Arkansas Tech University Registrar's Office has announced the names of 1,788 degrees conferred upon students on the Russellville campus during the 2013-14 academic year.
Arkansas Tech awarded 218 degrees during its August 2013 commencement ceremony, 669 degrees during its December 2013 commencement ceremonies and 901 degrees during its May 2014 commencement ceremonies for students on the main campus in Russellville.
Graduates are listed alphabetically by the town of their permanent address on file with the Arkansas Tech Registrar's Office. This list includes graduates from the main campus in Russellville with associate, baccalaureate, master and educational specialist degrees.
Those who graduated with honors based upon cumulative grade point average -- Cum Laude (3.50-3.69), Magna Cum Laude (3.70-3.89) or Summa Cum Laude (3.90-4.00) -- are listed as such. Those students who completed the University Honors Program are also noted.
The Carroll County graduates from the main campus of Arkansas Tech in Russellville for the 2013-14 academic year are:
* ALPENA -- Tyler Colter Harness, Bachelor of Science;
* BERRYVILLE -- Yolanda Kay Cash, Associate of Science; Benjamin Ibrahim Colbert, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Sarah Elizabeth Decker, Bachelor of Science; Rachel M. Henderson, Bachelor of Science; Jordon Lacie Oels, Master of Science; Chelsey Nicole Parker, Bachelor of Science and Associate of Science; Eric Conrad Richter, Bachelor of Science; Kailyssa JoAnn Smith, Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude; Ginger Ann Wigger, Bachelor of Arts;
* EUREKA SPRINGS --- Austin Coye Chapman, Bachelor of Science; Kindra Mashaughn Coatney, Associate of Science; Kindra Mashaughn Coatney, Bachelor of Professional Studies; Carrie Lynn Comstock Gay, Master of Art in Teaching;
* GREEN FOREST --- Toni Lea Hayden, Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude; Kenneth Steve Rangel, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Magna Cum Laude; Tyler James Watson, Bachelor of Science.