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A&M names honor students

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COLLEGE STATION -- Texas A&M University has named its honor students for the 2010 summer semester, recognizing them for outstanding academic performance.

The dean’s honor roll recognizes students taking at least 15 semester hours during the fall semester who have maintained a 3.75 or higher grade-point ratio out of a possible 4.0.

A second designation, “Distinguished Student,” recognizes those who earned a 3.5 to 3.74 grade-point ratio while taking at least 15 hours for the fall semester.

Among those recognized on the dean’s honor roll were Christie A. Castillo of Floresville, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in communication; Marie C. Eckel of Poth, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in interdisciplinary studies; and Casey M. Potter of Floresville, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in agricultural science.

Floresville residents named as distinguished students were Marilynn Castoreno, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in applied mathematical sciences; Lily C. Raabe, who is working toward a Bachelor of Science in nuclear engineering; and Kelsey A. Ray, who is pursuing bachelor’s studies in environmental design.

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