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Education: Some Rowan names omitted from list of NCSU graduates

Some Rowan County graduates of N.C. State University were omitted from a list published earlier. Here is the latest information from the N.C. State Web site:
Bachelor’s degrees: Christen Leann Brown, animal science and nutrition science; Amanda Kim Conte, accounting; Virginia Mercer Cook, political science; Melissa Angel Culp, agricultural business management; Sperethoula E Feredinos, political science; Shayla Marie Fields, Africana studies; Lindsay Brooke Hampton, biological sciences; Jason Adam Jones, political science; Heather Michelle Lyerly, extension education; Sarah Diane Puckett, English; Ashley Summer Raper, agricultural business management and horticultural science; Thomas Parris Shelby, biochemistry and marine sciences; Samuel Morgan Shelton, construction engineering and management; Joshua Eugene Shinn, environmental engineering; Jessica Leigh Watkins, textile technology; Charles Raymond Wingerson, chemistry.
Master’s: Katherine Elizabeth Greene, accounting; Doris Elizabeth Rowe, analytics; Samuel Aaron Saunders, accounting; Kristen Ruth Sutton, textile engineering and industrial engineering.
Veterinary medicine: Eric Scott Cline, Claudia Michelle Gardner, Gregory Jay Lowe.
Dean’s list
Olivia Agner Goss made the dean’s list for the spring semester at N.C. State University.
Study abroad
Jenna Cheri Cranford, daughter of Tim and Debbie Cranford of Salisbury, has received the International Business Scholarship for study abroad for the 2009-2010 academic year.
She is a junior majoring in accounting at the Walker College of Business at Appalachian State University.
Achievement award
Ainsley Alessandrini, a graduate of West Rowan High School received at achievement award from Southern Arkansas University for outstanding scores on the American College Test.
She is the daughter of Michell C. Alessandrini.

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