On Campus: Local students recognized
Published 12:26 am Wednesday, June 15, 2022
Local honor students recognized
NATCHITOCHES — Several Southwest Louisiana students were among the 114 new members welcomed into the Northwestern State University chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta.
They are Jenna Mullican of DeRidder; Haleigh Bertrand, Fallon Lincoln and India Turner, all of Lake Charles; Hannah Hartley, Jacob Mount, Laila Salas, Amy Sporer and Jaden Watson, all of Leesville; and Chelsea Carroll of Pitkin.
Louisiana Tech announces spring honor lists
MONROE — Louisiana Tech University has announced the names of students on its spring quarter president’s and dean’s honor lists.
Students who earned recognition as members of the president’s honor list achieved at least a 3.8 academic grade-point average on a minimum of nine semester hours completed, with no grade lower than a B.
Local students on the president’s list:
Beauregard — James Joshua Cole, Taylor E. James, Travis Jacob Knippers, Emily R. Meaney and Micah Shane Pruitt, all of DeRidder; Kayleigh Rae Hudler of Longville; and Jacob Ray Darbonne and Kambria Ashlyn Lemoine, both of Ragley.
Vernon — Ellie Marie Macdonald and Emily Madison Macdonald, both of Anacoco; Jay Everidge, Kasey C. Stephens and Presley Aaryn Youngblood, both of Leesville; and Travis J. Corum and Levi Joshua Savercool, both of Pitkin.
To be eligible for the dean’s honor lists, a student is required to earn at least a 3.5 GPA with no grade lower than a C.
Local students on the dean’s list:
Beauregard — Austin D. Nietfeld, , Hannah Gayle Ray and Madison P. White, all of DeRidder.
Vernon — Keely Breanne Baker, Braeden Matthew Bradley, Ashley Margaret Chaplinski, Aiden Elliot Herzog, Selah Grace Keene, Cassie Jolee McKenzie and Tyshean Railey Phillips, all of Leesville; and Kevin Charles Cobb of Pitkin.
Two Vernon students earn degrees
ALEXANDRIA — Two Vernon Parish students were among graduates recognized recently during spring commencement exercises at Louisiana State University-Alexandria. They are Callee Corley and Tyler Escobio.
Both Corley and Escobio were also named to the chancellor’s list for the spring semester for earning a grade-point average of 4.0 for 12 hours of coursework.