School News: Vrettos graduates from Clarion University

CLARION, Pa. – Kyleigh Vrettos, of Mt. Juliet, graduated from Clarion University with a master’s degree in library science during Dec. 14 commencement.
Jan 26, 2014

CLARION, Pa. – Kyleigh Vrettos, of Mt. Juliet, graduated from Clarion University with a master’s degree in library science during Dec. 14 commencement.

Tennessee Tech announces fall graduates

COOKEVILLE – About 700 students earned their degrees from Tennessee Tech University recently.

The university’s newest graduates represent 72 Tennessee counties, 27 states and 13 other countries. They joined the ranks of more than 76,000 alumni across the globe. Their degrees were in 39 fields of study.

A comprehensive university, TTU offers more than 40 undergraduate and 20 graduate programs, including the doctoral degree in engineering, environmental sciences and education. The Tennessee Board of Regents governs the school.

Graduates from Lebanon included Abby Katherine Butler, Addison Renee Couch, Alex Logan Hutto, Amy Smithson Grant, Brian A Dickens, Caleb Cylus Granstaff, Christopher D. Tomlinson, Daniel G. Chambers, Jason Russell Dunn, Jo Ellen Thompson, John N Markham, Jonathan A York, Julie Elizabeth Tuggle, Justin Caleb Page, Katherine Page Martin, Mallory Grace Jennings, Mallory R. Mason, Matthew Douglas McKay, Palak Dasharath Patel, Reginald Rashun Bryant, Robert K. Tuggle, Sarah A Huddleston, Shelby Katlynn Isbell and Tanner Willman Smith.

Graduates from Mt. Juliet included Abby C. Shouse, Adam Thomas Pitman, Alexander Jade Haney, Brian D. Holt, Carly Elaine Odom, Erika Nakasato Residori, Garrett Gardner Perry, James E. Duke, Jordan Ashley Krusbe, Jordan Jameson Carman, Kayla B. Rutherford, Kyle Mitchell Acton, Nathan Eugene Grah, Preston Scott Weatherford, Zachary Scott Fluhart and Zachary Scott Roach.

Graduates from Watertown included Brenda Louise Burns, Carley N. Smith and Joshua Tyler Bassler.

Tennessee Tech announces fall dean’s list

COOKEVILLE – A record number of Tennessee Tech University students were named recently to the dean’s list.

 More than 4,200 students were named to the fall list; the previous record was set in fall 2011, when 4,000 students’ names were included.

 The dean’s list recognizes the university’s top academic performers. To be included on the list, a student must be attending the university full time and earn a grade-point average of at least 3.1 on a 4.0 scale.

A comprehensive university, TTU offers more than 40 undergraduate and 20 graduate programs, including the doctoral degree in engineering, environmental sciences and education. The Tennessee Board of Regents governs the school.

Those making the dean’s list from Lebanon included Aaron Daniel Vick, Abby Katherine Butler, Abby A. Daniel, Addison Renee Couch, Alexandra Grettalyn O’Reel, Alison V. Cragwall, Alyssa F. Zelenak, Andrew Dewitt Jordan, Ann-Marie F. Horn, Anna Leigh Murphy, Anna L. Litchford, Ashley Marie Misky, August B. Schaetz, Austin T. Raines, Benjamin P. Dunn, Brandon R. Johnson, Brittany L. Fennell, Caleb Cylus Granstaff, Canaan Paul Stafford, Caroline Ellanore Evins, Chelsea Megan Mathes, Chelsea Lynn Bell, Chelsee Elizabeth Lenning, Chloe A. Hall, Cody Daniel Butler, Colburn James Condra, Courtney P. Reeder, Dameh E. Minor, Daniel G. Tribble, David Allen Richards, David Ryan, Dianna F Chapman, Dillon Kirk Bane, Drake A. Trice, Emily K. Carney, Eric Colton Vaughn, Erin Leigh Bailey, Evan Kyle Watson, Frederick Kyle Reed, Gretchen Gabrielle Demonbreun, Haden Whitney Neal, Heather Nicole Hall, Holly Renee Trice, Jarrad Von Lamey, Jo Ellen Thompson, John N. Markham, Jonathan W. Glenn, Jordan M Blair, Joseph Parker Teeter, Joseph M. Felkins, Justin Aaron Sandefur, Kaley Rose Dykes, Katherine A Porter, Katlin D. Dickson, Kayla Marie Hawkins, Kaylyn R. Gannaway, Kelsey Megan Stout, Lauren Paige Porter, Layla J. Smallwood, Leslie B. Maynard, Mallory R. Mason, Mary C. Edwards, Megan Hutto, Megean Cassidy Williams, Merritt Summers Powell, Michael E. Stokes, Mitchell Ryan McDonald, Morgan P. Dodson, Nathan B. Strickland, Nicholas S. Arnouk, Nicholas Arthur White, Nicole T. Kees, Olivia Allen Horn, Patrick C. Sloan, Phillip W. Vance, Rachel L. Hill, Rielly G. Newton, Robert Ryan Woodall, Sarah A. Huddleston, Savannah Reagan Hapner, Shelby Katlynn Isbell, Spencer Grace Lewis, Stephen Chase Billingsley-Hudson, Taylor M. Moss, Taylor F. Leyhew and Zachary Dylan Gray.

Matthew Phillip Reed, of Milton, was named to the dean’s list. 

Those making the dean’s list from Mt. Juliet included Aaron Christopher Webb, Abby C. Shouse, Alexander Jade Haney, Alexandria Lynn Brown, Allison Layne Hulsey, Allyson Michelle Hayes, Amanda Lynn Parham, Amanda J. Beard, Amy E Cartwright, Austin M. Cooper, Benjamin Andrew Griffith, Blake Edward Huffman, Braden T. Maphet, Bradley W. Norris, Bradley Ian Meador, Brandon T. Sarago, Brandon S. Woodroof, Brandon Michael Patterson, Brendan Wesley Wright, Brett Silas Dillard, Brook Nikole Patterson, Callie M. Gordon, Carly Elaine Odom, Catherine Maria Black, Catherine Connor Craine, Cesar E. Contreras, Charles Timothy Koudelka, Christopher Allen Charlton, Daniel Stephen Foote, Danielle F. Peplinski, Dillon Ross Kruppa, Elijah Dale Cooper, Emily K. Cox, Erin Nicole Hardin, Garrett Gardner Perry, Hannah Joy Swalls, Hannah Kate Sarago, James Emmor Hinchman, Jamie Lynn Estes, Jennifer Anne Iles, Jessi Danielle Persson, Jonathan Lee Ward, Jonathan Andrew Passman, Jordan Ashley Krusbe, Joshua Thomas Smith, Joshua Randall Hunter, Joshua Dale Eldridge, Kaitlynn Rhea Lawrence, Katherine Chelsey Jankowich, Kathlene Jewel Mitchell, Kayla Nicole Bates, Kayla B. Rutherford, Kelli Lynn Lannom, Kelsey L Eakes, Kyle Mitchell Acton, Kyle Lee Kennedy, Laura Elizabeth Atherton, Lindsey R Bost, Louis Scott Torgeson, Madison Leigh Tolbert, Madison L. Taylor, Mary Katherine Gillispie, Matthew S. Russ, Melissa A. Bush, Michael T. Cantrell, Michael Scott Probasco, Mitchell E. White, Nathan Eugene Grah, Nicholas Stephen White, Nicholas A. Kniazewycz, Noa David Kimmel Stroop, Olivia Katherine Grisham, Pressley Michaela Lacoursiere, Rachael Annette Keisling, Rebecca Ann Mann, Robert G. Davidson, Robert Carver Hibbett, Ronald T. Roberts, Ross D. Drummond, Ryan P. Downs, Samuel Taylor Pitman, Sierra M. Marchi, Sydney M. Saylor, Tara Allie Reece, Taylor Makenzie Atchley, Taylor L. Bond, Toby Cole Muhler, Victoria Anne Cardwell, William Logan McIndoo, Zachary Michael Lind, Zachary Scott Roach and Zachary Wyatt Gibbs.

Those named to the dean’s list from Watertown included Andrew Clayton Spencer Jennings, Brenda Louise Burns, Carley N. Smith, Carrie Morgan Collins, Elijah C. Smith, Haleigh Lynn Haun, James Stacy Todd, Rachel LeAnn Knipper and Tiphanie Gail Poss.

Cox accepted to Tennessee Wesleyan College

Tennessee Wesleyan College recently accepted new students for enrollment for the upcoming academic year, and Randall Cox, of Lebanon, was among them.

Tennessee Wesleyan is a private, comprehensive institution grounded in the liberal arts. Located in Athens, 45 minutes from Knoxville or Chattanooga, TWC offers an array of undergraduate and graduate programs, including a well-known nursing program.

Life outside of the classroom includes a student life program. Greek life, many clubs and organizations, and championship athletic teams combine to make the TWC experience one to remember.

For more information about Tennessee Wesleyan College, visit twcnet.edu.

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