Boston University awarded academic degrees to 6,100 students in May 2015. Among the graduates was Mansfield’s Salman Rafique, who received a Master of Science in Computer Information Systems.
University of North Texas
The following students from Mansfield received degrees at the University of North Texas’ spring 2015 commencement ceremonies: Arman E Alarilla , BS in Aviation Logistics; Sergio Enrique Almendariz, BA in Radio, Television and Film; Betty Louise Anthony, MS in Criminal Justice; Megan Nicole Buck, BA in Journalism; Kathleen Marie Butler, BA in Psychology; Sydney L. Cannon, BFA in Studio Art; Taylor N. Gleitz, BA in Psychology; Joseph David Hohman, BA in Biochemistry; Dusty Nicole Johnston, BA2 in Radio, Television and Film; Joseph D. Kelly, BSBIO in Biology; Rachel E. Mahlow, BS in Mechanical and Energy Engineering; Kate Elizabeth Mayhue, BS in Development and Family Studies; Megan Faith Middleton, MJ in Journalism; Hannah R. Overstreet, BS in Merchandising; Mico Renee Rhines, MED in Educational Leadership; Sadie Smith, BA in Social Science; Courtney B. Swearingen, BA in Anthropology; Angela Amma Tetteh, BA in Biology; Zack T.G. Tzourtzouklis, BBA in Finance; and Olivia Louise Weatherby, BS in Criminal Justice.
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UNT is one of Texas’ largest universities, offering 99 bachelor’s, 82 master’s and 36 doctoral degree programs. Many of these programs are nationally and internationally recognized.
More than 3,100 Baylor University students were named to the Dean’s Academic Honor Roll for the 2015 spring semester. To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must be an undergraduate with a minimum grade-point average of 3.7, while enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester hours.
Mansfield students who were named to the Dean’s List are Anne Alana Crutchfield, Hankamer School of Business; Jared Michael Dupree, College of Arts and Sciences; Kourtney Leigh Gerik, Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences; Blair Elizabeth Levesque, College of Arts and Sciences; Ashley Rose Marino, College of Arts and Sciences; and Taylor Nicole Osborne, Hankamer School of Business.