•The following students from Wake Forest were named to the UNC Asheville spring dean’s list: Olivia Louise Allen, Marissa Anne Banks, Jack Preston Huber, Shauna Louise Moran and Enrique Tomas Paramo.
•David Murphy of Raleigh, a Northeastern University student majoring in business administration, was named to the dean’s list.
•The following students are among approximately 890 Bob Jones University students named to the dean's list for academic achievement: Christopher Bumgardner of Wake Forest, Troy Anderson and David Ware, both of Raleigh.
•The following students were named to the dean’s list at Louisburg College: Krista Strain and Kathryn O'Leary of Franklinton; Paul Appiah, Ivan Cockman, Sarah Heston, Luciana Perez-Flores, Arissa Rohrs, Phoenix Spivey, Maribel Villa Rivera, Beau Wiley amd Colton Young, all of Louisburg, Ryan Mooney and Ajah Washington, both of Raleigh, Myles Brown of Wake Forest, Haeli Dove, Jesslyn Bader, Michaela Greene and Taylor Lickliter, all of Youngsville
•The following students were named to the honors list at Louisburg College: Ryann Kostandin of Franklinton; Taylor Broughton, Kaleb Calamaco, Adam Medlin, Richard Patton, Kennedy Peterson and Stephanie Valencia, all of Louisburg; Marcello Betances, William Bois, Earl Uptgrow and Atia Prince, all of Raleigh; Jordan Maye of Wake Forest; Cassidy Osgood, Hannah Rayman and Madeline Schatzle, all of Youngsville.
•Shane Dalziel of Raleigh and Zachery Ruppel of Wake Forest, received degrees from Champlain College.
•Jason P. Robel of Wake Forest, graduated from Oregon State with a Bachelor of Science in computer science.
•Daniel Landon Allen of Greenville has graduated from the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. Landon received a Doctor of Medicine and will be moving to Hendersonville to attend residency with a specialty in family medicine.
While at ECU, Landon also received a Master of Public Health in 2014, Master of Business Administration in 2011, Bachelor of Science in biology in 2010 and Bachelor of Arts in chemistry in 2010.
Daniel Allen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Allen in Wake Forest.
•Allyson Ann Prior of Wake Forest, has graduated from the University of North Georgia (UNG) with a Master of Science in physical education.
•Graduates of Vance-Granville Community College’s two-year radiography program were honored in a May 9 pinning ceremony. The radiography class of 2016 included Jessica Lynn Loera and Hannah Marie Wyatt, both of Franklinton; James Hinks of Henderson; Elizabeth Nichole Cooper, Brian Holmes, Jake Kiley and Courtney Michelle Mitchell, all of Louisburg; Jonathan Wayne Robbins of Oxford; Sarah Elizabeth Sutton and Brian Heath Winslow, both of Raleigh; Nicholas LaMont Kemp and Haley Elizabeth Watkins, both of Wake Forest; and Terrell Johnson III of Youngsville.
•The following students completed a one-year practical nursing program at Vance-Granville Community College: Jessica Rooks of Franklinton; William T. Autrey and Andrea’ N. Thompson, both of Henderson; Lisa Perry, Maena J. Simmons and Nzinga N. Taliaferro, all of Louisburg; Emilee Carlson, Jane M. Gathogo, Adeola Sonaiya, Jeanne M. Tropnas and Rita Udjoh, all of Raleigh; and Sarala Neupane of Wake Forest.
Scholarship recipients announced
Four area students received the Better Business Bureau’s (BBB) fall and spring Torch Scholarships.
Fall 2015 BBB Torch Scholarship winners are, Sydney Parrish, Louisburg High School, $5,000 and Lily Olmo, Wake Forest High School, $1,000.
Spring 2016 BBB Torch Scholarship winners are Malena Howerton, Heritage High School, $5,000 and Brandon Lawson, homeschool, Youngsville, $3,000.