Clay County students graduate TTU

COOKEVILLE-Earning degrees this semester at Tennessee Tech University (TTU) from Clay County were Joshua David Frieler of Celina, Daysie Virginia Rich, Jacinda M Smith, and Lydia Kaye Kendall of Moss, and Courtney Jade Atchley of the Hermitage Springs area.

More than 1,200 students walked across the stage in the Hooper Eblen Center at Tennessee Tech University this spring to join the ranks of the university’s more than 75,000 alumni.

This semester’s graduates came from 76 Tennessee counties, 33 states and 19 countries. The oldest graduate was born in 1931 and the youngest in 1992.

A comprehensive university, TTU offers more than 40 undergraduate and 20 graduate programs, including the doctoral degree in engineering, environmental sciences and education. It is governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents.

Dean’s list also includes locals
COOKEVILLE-Thirty-seven Clay Countians are among the more than 3,800 students at Tennessee Tech University (TTU) who have been honored for their spring 2013 academic achievements.

The list includes from Allons Christopher Brandon Staggs and Mallory Elizabeth Maxfield, from Celina Amelia Lena’Vera Kirk, Ashley N Allred, Ashley Danielle Schmucker, Carol Venea Abney, Chelsea Maelyn Terry, Danielle Kay Montgomery, David Barton Bailey, Diana Donaldson, Evan Andrew Richards, Haley Lynn Wix, Heather Glen Whaley, Joshua David Frieler, Katie Hope Sherrell, Kayla Paige Kimes, Lizzie LeeAnn Monroe, Megan H Severe, Rachel M Burnette, Sarah N Boles, and Willem Delk Spivey, from Hilham Lacee Jayne Cox and Philip Benjamin Curtis, from Moss Curtis Allen Collins, Daysie Virginia Rich, Jacinda M Smith, Todd Martin Strong, and Tyler S McHenry, and from Hermitage Springs (Red Boiling Springs address) Courtney Jade Atchley, David Eugene Williams, DeErica Lashae Rich, Elissa L McLerran, Hayley Brooke Torgersen, Kayla M Spivey, Konner S Smith, Larissa Michelle Rich, and Skyler Shantel Aguilar.

The dean’s list recognizes the university’s top academic performers. To be included on the list, students must be full-time and achieve a grade-point average of at least 3.1 on a 4.0 scale.

A comprehensive university, TTU offers more than 40 undergraduate and 20 graduate programs, including the doctoral degree in engineering, environmental sciences and education. It is governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents.