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by | Jul 1, 2015 | Education

Wylie

Wylie resident Austin Shrader was named to the University of Texas at Tyler’s Dean’s Honor Roll

Wylie residents named to the Collin College President’s List include Almira Alisic, Taylor Burnett, Kristi Carlson, Ruby Carroll, Zakary Earnhart, Sammi Ferguson, Jill Herzog, Alyssa Holland, Ezekiel Kamonjo, Bradley Moody, Samantha Paynton, Daniel Rackley, Jessie Ramsey, Marco Rivera, Patrick Sullivan, Zlatan Vinicic and Alanna Welsh.

Emily Diane Sable, a 2012 graduate of Wylie High School and now a junior majoring in nursing, was named to Fort Hays State University Dean’s Honor Roll.

The Texas Chapter of the National Association of Postmasters of the United States announced that it has awarded Brittany Jean Escudero, daughter of Christy Jean Shepard of Wylie and Mario Rafael Escudero of McKinney, a scholarship.

Wylie Collin College scholarship recipients include Michael Bianco, Denyel Brennan, Natalie Brown, Christopher Chavez, Jose Corona, Megan Dejesus, Samantha Dowden, Opuriche Duruoha-Ihemebiri, Nneoma Duruoha-Ihemebiri, Zachary Edington, Logan Engstrom, Emily Esch, Sammi Ferguson, Brittany Hepler, Brandy Jones, Melissa Lorant, Adwoa Ofori, Kyla Reedy and Chloe Trevino.

Texas Woman’s University graduates from Wylie include Jack Alexander who was awarded a bachelor of business administration in business administration- human resource management; Meredith Echols who was awarded a master of science in family studies; Phyllis Ezem who was awarded a master of science in food systems administration; Dikete Huff who was awarded a bachelor of science in math; Linda Ichu who was awarded a master of business administration in business administration- executive; Donna Kaufhold who was awarded a master of business administration in business administration- executive; Kimberly Lawson who was awarded a master of arts in counseling psychology; Brittany Nutt who was awarded a doctor of nursing practice; Rebekah Rivera who was awarded a bachelor of science in math; Alyssa Trongaard who was awarded a master of business administration; and Jheri Troy who was awarded a bachelor of general studies.

Wylie residents named to the Collin College Dean’s List include Briana Alexander, Alex Barbosa, Nilam Bhakta, Jessica Burrows, Kaitlynn Bush, Brenda Chapman, Austin Cooper, Melissa Cooper, Jose Corona, Tyler Dansand, Nneoma Duruoha-Ihemebiri, Opuriche Duruoha-ihemebiri, Nathan Elderbroom, Logan Engstrom, Trevor Engstrom, Cassidy Ensley, Carmen Gallardo, Angelo Golston, William Halcomb, Wilinia Hamilton, Danielle Kaplan, Sarah Karlovich, Maliha Khan, Adam Lalami, Elizabeth Lopez, Megan Mccormick, Patrick McKenna, Ethan Miller, Nathan Morrison, Line Marcelle Ngnimpaye Kengue, Patricia Nicolas, Aarika Novelli, Monica Pfaff, Crystal Schor, John Stanley, Charles Stephens, Kailey Wilson and Patience Yesufu.

From Baylor University, Wylie residents Nita Marie Hight graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Victoria Marie Jones graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Audrey Elizabeth Snider graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.

Wylie residents Lindsey Biggs who is studying kinesiology; Payge Borjas who is studying psychology; Natasha Desai who is studying nursing; Samantha Kendrick who is studying nursing; Crystal Luna who is studying nursing; Jacqueline Rayo who is studying nursing; and Payton Shoemaker who is studying kinesiology were named to the Texas Woman’s University dean’s list.

Zeina Bushnaq who is studying nursing; Brandon Hartin who is studying kinesiology; Kalee Knight who is studying interdisciplinary studies; and Alyssa Vogel who is studying nursing were named to the Texas Woman’s University chancellor’s list.

 

Sachse

Sachse resident Shelby Valdependa was named to the President’s Honor Roll

Sachse residents named to the Collin College President’s List include Scott Allen, Ana Camargo Herrera, Kyle Crosslin, Laura Elsea, Kayli Hessler, Avery Knutson, Heather Miller, Samantha Payne and Austin Seltzer.

Sophia Loazia of Sachse was named to the Dean’s Honor Roll for students at East Central University.

Sachse residents Mercy Ekam who is studying business administration; Catherine Milian who is studying health studies; Meagan Puckett who is studying interdisciplinary studies; Dee Anna Tiemann who is studying general studies; Krystina Tran who is studying nursing; and Mimi Tran who is studying nursing were named to the Texas Woman’s University dean’s list.

Afua Ampem who is studying dental hygiene; Christina Collins who is studying family studies; Michelle Dragoo who is studying nursing; and Henry Nguyen who is studying kinesiology were named to the chancellor’s list.

Sachse resident Shivani Nilesh Patel graduated with a major in biology and a minor in psychology from Austin College.

Sachse Collin College scholarship recipients include Gail Bayron and Hung Tran.

Texas Woman’s University Sachse graduate Racheal Varghese was awarded a master of science in nursing.

Sachse residents named to the Collin College Dean’s List include Ebenezer Abate, Gail Bayron, Tyler Bolen, Lauren Brassfield, Annie Bui, Todd Bulthuis, Amanda Crane, Angelica Cruz, Chelsea Day, Nadja Jones, Khizer Khan, Jordan Mitchell, Katherine Porter, Greyson Prater, Pornkanok Sriluksana, Hung Tran and Steven Watford.

 

Murphy

Murphy residents named to the Collin College President’s List include Sahil Arora, Hannah Biggs, Kaelyn Brooks, Shweta Gersappa, Peter Ikemelu, Nikki Lopez, Lauren Loveless, Jagruti Patel, Bilal Saleem, Ariel Stauffer and Magdalena Zalewski.

Murphy residents Sara Deeb, who is studying social work; Jennifer Joseph, who is studying social work; and Yashada Pillai who is studying kinesiology were named to the Texas Woman’s University dean’s list.

Melanie Hutchinson who is studying nursing was named to the chancellor’s list.

The following Murphy residents completed their studies this spring at Austin College: Mohamed Faheid graduated Cum Laude with a major in biology and a minor in leadership studies; Zeshan Mohommad Ahmer Shah graduated with a major in business administration and a minor in psychology; Tracy Trinh Truong graduated with a major in psychology and a minor in English.

Murphy Collin College scholarship recipients include Kaelyn Brooks, Elizabeth Diepenbrock, Paul Escamilla, Kim Ho, Peter Escamilla, Kim Ho, Peter Ikemelu, Jennifer Nolley, Gabie Phan, Yexing Shi, Ryan Silva, Brandon Tan and Jinkeun You.

Texas Woman’s University graduates from Murphy include Sunij Abraham who was awarded a master of science in nursing; Rapinder Deol who was awarded a bachelor of business administration; Linu Mathew who was awarded a master of science in nursing; Victoria Nquyen who was awarded a bachelor of science in nursing; and Sherry Perry who was awarded a bachelor of business administration in business administration- human resource management.

Murphy residents named to the Collin College Dean’s List include Bayan Alqaq, Ola Alsahhar, Shahpar Binta, Paul Escamilla, Kelsey Hammons, Haojie He, Sandra Hernandez, Kim Ho, Taha Husain, Layal Jaber, Vayo Malithong, Zaid Qattan, Rubi Resendiz, Annaa Shariff, Lisa Suarez, Anne Voltin, Grace Voltin and Sarah Welch.

Parker

Parker Collin College scholarship recipients include Hamza Hasham and Tuong-Vi Le.

Parker residents named to the Collin College Dean’s List include Markus Schroeder and Sonia Sedey.

 

Lavon

Lavon Collin College scholarship recipients include Bailee Allen, Sarah Davis and Emily Hardy.

Lavon residents named to the Collin College Dean’s List include David Mahan and Benjamin Williams.

 

Lucas

Lucas resident Matthew Markert was named to the University of Texas at Tyler’s Dean’s Honor Roll.

Lucas residents named to the Collin College Dean’s List include George Alyatim, Jasraj Chhina, Megan Hodge, Madeline Keck, Lance Kenney, Steven Lovett and Brandon Sweat.

 

St. Paul

St. Paul resident Abigail Erwin was a Collin College scholarship recipient.

St. Paul residents named to the Collin College Dean’s List include Madison Campbell.

 

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