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The 411: Youth


Youth honors-Texas A&M honor students




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Texas A&M University in College Station has recognized several area honor students for outstanding academic performance for the spring semester.

Floresville:

•Erik D. Camarillo, senior, Bachelor of Science, industrial distribution, dean’s honor roll

•Ross G. Condra, senior, Bachelor of Science, sport management, distinguished

•Morgan L. Paschal, junior, Bachelor of Arts, sociology, dean’s honor roll.

La Vernia:

•Mitchel R. Grams, junior, Bachelor of Science, ag leadership and development, dean’s honor roll.

Hobson:

•Jonathan T. Green, senior, Bachelor of Science, electrical engineering, distinguished.

Poth:

•Kendall B. Raabe, senior, Bachelor of Science, horticulture, dean’s honor roll.

Stockdale:

•Sean W. Rutland, senior, Bachelor of Science, psychology, dean’s honor roll.

The dean’s honor roll recognizes students taking at least 15 semester hours during the spring semester who have maintained a 3.75 or higher grade-point average.

The distinguished student award recognized those who earned a 3.5 to 3.74 grade-point average while taking at least 15 hours for the spring semester.
 

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