•Andre Ivy of Youngsville recently graduated from United Theological Seminary with a Doctor of Ministry.
•Christopher McGee Hurley of Wake Forest graduated from Miami University May 11 with a Bachelor of Arts.
•Richard Upton of Raleigh graduated from Emory University May 13 with a Bachelor of Arts.
•The following students graduated from UNC-Greensboro:
Morgaine Bowers, Andrew Canino, Sarah Garcia, Allyson Haney, Alanna Hawley, Michael Jaskolka, Allison White and Haley Yarber all of Wake Forest;
Tasha Hatten and Rakeem Person both of Franklinton;
Kayla Pace and Deanna Tabron both of Louisburg;
Taffee Wilson of Youngsville.
•Michael Douglas Medlin will graduate from Florida State University Aug. 2 with a Bachelor of Science in psychology with a sociology minor. He is the son of Andy and Kim Woodson and the grandson of Douglas and Donna Medlin of Louisburg.
Whiz kids honored
•Mitchell James Hallman and Nathan Jacob Brajer both of Raleigh were named to the dean’s list at Washington University for the spring semester.
•Tessa Elizabeth Walters of Raleigh was named to the dean’s list at Miami University for the spring semester.
•The following students were named to the chancellor’s list at UNC-Greensboro:
Brittni Bly, Brittany Booth, Morgaine Bowers, Stephanie Brabec, Kristen Day, Leanna Donato, Jade Roberson and Grace Shaughnessy all of Wake Forest;
Carissa Hill of Franklinton;
Lindsay Harrison and Deanna Tabron both of Louisburg.
•The following students were named to the dean’s list at UNC-Greensboro for the spring semester:
Nancy Baron, Daniel Bennink, Allison Bishop, Brittni Bly, Brittany Booth, Morgaine Bowers, Stephanie Brabec, Andrew Canino, Jean Charlton, Kristen Day, Leanna Donato, Hunter Frank, Emily Hall, Kyaitta Hartsfield, Michael Jaskolka, Vaughn Perveiler, Justin Raprager, Jade Roberson, Jacquelyn Ross, Allison White and Haley Yarber all of Wake Forest;
Carissa Hill of Franklinton;
Lindsay Harrison, Kirby Jones, Kayla Pace and Deanna Tabron all of Louisburg;
Rachel Beatty and Jason Smith both of Youngsville.
Rhyne accepted to Hampden-Sydney
Robert Donald Rhyne III has been accepted to Hampden-Sydney College and will enroll with an Alumni Award in August.
Rhyne is a graduate of Wake Forest-Rolesville High and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Rhyne Jr. of Wake Forest.
Students receive Phi Beta Lamda awards
Three Wake Tech students won top honors in Phi Beta Lambda’s National Leadership Conference competition June 22-25 in Anaheim, Calif. Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is the national student academic organization for business and leadership.
The Wake Tech students who won top honors took home three awards:
Fiaunna Shivers placed first in the nation in Future Business Educator.
Evan MacIntyre earned fourth place in Retail Management.
Marcia Tadrosse placed fourth in Sales Presentation.
Shivers was selected for Who’s Who of North Carolina. The award honors PBL members who have made outstanding contributions to the association at the local, state and national levels. She also received the Presidential Level CMAP Award for completing extensive leadership activities.