Notables, July 14

July 11, 2013 

ASU graduates

A number of local students graduated this spring from Appalachian State University. They are listed below with their areas of study

Knightdale residents, Christin Michelle Birchard / Bachelor Of Science / Communic, Public Relations; Cortney Dianne Macpherson / Bachelor Of Science / Health Promotion; Amanda D. Mitchell / Bachelor Of Science / Psychology / Cum Laude; Meghan Marie Williford / Bachelor Of Science / Political Science. John Michael Rizor of Zebulon II / Bachelor Of Science Crim Justi/ Criminal Justice.

UNC-G honors

UNC-Greensboro has released its spring semester Chancellor’s List, Dean’s List.

Kevin C. Bayaca, Kyle B. Minton, Oriana S. Robertson of Knightdale along with Sarah E. Moss and Jannelle M. Sutton of Wendell been named to the Chancellor’s List for the spring semester.

Knighdale residents Kevin C. Bayaca, Kristen E. Fuller, Jasmyn Graham, Kyle B. Minton, Oriana S. Robertson and Jimalie N. Watkins; Wendell residents Brooke A. Hellier, Courtney L. Keeton, Jeffrey D. Mohr, Sarah E. Moss, Jannelle M. Sutton; Zebulon residents Bret L. Dixon, Cameral L. Mallard, Kayla A. Mallard, Talesha S. Russell and Bianca N. Smit of Zebulon been named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester.

UNC-G graduates

UNC-Greensboro recently awarded bachlor’s degrees to area students. They are listed below with their areas of study

Knightdale - Jarrod P. Rudd, Bachelor of Arts;

Wendell - Jessica A. Harris, Bachelor of Science; Jeffrey D. Mohr and Jannelle M. Sutton, Bachelor of Arts; and Zebulon resident, Jamel M. Jones, Bachelor of Arts.

Local student makes Dean’s List

Elisabeth Grace Barham from Wendell has been named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2013 semester North Greenville University in Tigerville, S. C.

To qualify for the Dean’s List, Barham had to maintain a 3.5 GPA while taking at least 12 semester hours.

Please send notables to jwhitfield@newsobserver.com

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