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Agriculture and Technology Recognizes Top Graduates of 2018

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April 27, 2018

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Agriculture and Technology Recognizes Top Graduates
4/27/2018 JONESBORO – The most outstanding graduating seniors in agriculture and technology at Arkansas State University were recognized during the annual Convocation of Scholars honors banquet, according to Dr. Timothy Burcham, dean. The Chancellor’s Scholar award was presented to Avery Bise of Weiner, an agricultural business and plant and soil science double major, and Brett Hale of Doniphan, Mo., a plant and soil science major. The Chancellor’s Scholar is the graduating senior who has the highest overall grade point average. The departmental awards are based on scholarship, leadership and service. The graduating students who received these awards and their respective bachelor’s degree programs are:
* Avery Bise of Weiner, Bachelor of Science, agricultural business. * Avery Bise of Weiner and Brett Hale of Doniphan, Mo., BS, plant and soil science. * Tabitha Hudspeth of Brookland, BSA, agricultural education. * Ty Minton of Manila, BSA, agricultural studies. * Brianna Whitley of Maumelle, BS, animal science. * Hayden Blankenship of Heber Springs, BS, technology. In addition, Megan Bright of Bradford, an animal science pre-vet student, received the O.P. Nail Outstanding Junior Award. # # #
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