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Anne Kimpton Langford of Salisbury was awarded a bachelor’s of arts in international and global studies at the University of the South’s 2014 commencement ceremonies held in All Saints’ Chapel on the Sewanee campus May 11.

She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Langford of Salisbury.

Tulane University awarded degrees to more than 2,700 graduates May 17 in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Enwono Eyoh of Salisbury graduated from the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine with a master’s of science, public health degree.

Eyoh and fellow class members were honored at the ceremony, which included all the pomp and circumstance of a traditional commencement, but with a New Orleans twist, including herald trumpets and a second-line jazz procession.

Simone Dixon of Salisbury received her bachelor of science degree in biology and graduated summa cum laude, and Kate Dickerson received her bachelor of arts degree in Asian studies and religion at Furman University’s graduation exercises May 10.

Simone is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Glenn Dixon. Kate is the daughter of Crystal C. Dickerson and Paul Dickerson.

Furman awarded 616 undergraduate and master’s degrees and presented a number of its top academic honors during graduation exercises in Paladin Stadium.

Lauren Elizabeth Brown of Salisbury graduated from the University of North Carolina at Asheville in May.

Kaitlin Lane of Landis and Lauren Lyons of Mooresville are among the nearly 1,400 Bob Jones University students named to the dean’s list for grades achieved during the spring 2014 semester. To qualify for the dean’s list, students must earn a 3.0 GPA.

Lane is a sophomore English education major, and Lyons is a junior English major.

Davidson County Community College has announced the students who have qualified for the dean’s list for the spring 2014 semester.

Ronald Allen, Allana Ansbro, Hasnija Begic, Lisa Fields, Barbara Fuller, Annette Leach, Sasha Papa, Robert Thompson and Erica West are on the dean’s list.

The University of Wisconsin-Madison has recognized students named to the dean’s list for the spring semester of the 2013-2014 academic year, including Derek Johns of Salisbury, who is in the College of Letters and Science.

To be eligible for the dean’s list, students must complete a minimum of 12 graded degree credits in that semester. Each university school or college sets its own GPA requirements for students to be eligible to receive the distinction.

Cala Rae Cocca of Salisbury received a bachelor of arts degree in English with a minor in government at Wofford College’s graduation exercises May 18. She graduated cum laude. She is the daughter John and Suzi Cocca.

Kane Carter Sherrill of Mooresville received a bachelor of arts degrees in finance and accounting. Kane graduated magna cum laude. Sherrill is the son of W. Scott and Judy Sherrill.

Degrees were conferred to about 360 graduates.

Enochville Elementary School recently selected Wise Owls for the 2013-14 School Year. The following students have consistently exhibited good citizenship, good manners and exceptional behavior.

Kindergarten – Jessica Beaver, Logan Roberts, Emma Goodman, Alex Contreras, Will Kelly, Reese Lauderdale First grade – Sierra Earnhardt, Jamilyn Rollins, Kayleigh Knight, Ryan Walden, Chandler Bottenfield, Madison Tennant, Laney Beaver, Brooks Overcash

Second grade – Carmen Jones, Alex Furr, Caden Scarborough, Luciana DePaulo, Brennan Battle, Marly Lear

Third grade – Karen Betancourt, Brooks Bumgarner, Aubree Earnhardt, Kaden Burleson, Corey Alvarnas, Sierra McChesney

Fourth grade – Kyrsten Kepley, Jake Shackelford, Maleya Richardson, Sean Satterfield, Aubrey Kimball, Jackson Black

Fifth grade – Taylor Chapman, Shelby Walters, Jagger Childers, Carmyn Teague, Andrew Kennerly, Harley Howerton

The following students have achieved perfect attendance for the 2013-14 school year.

Caroline Barbee, Zachary Barham, Savannah Board, Ryleigh Fulghum, Dillon Goodnight, Tucker Hartsell, Curtis Houchin, Logan Moose, Danielle Phillips, Sydney Phillips, Tenae Richardson, Sean Satterfield, Lindsay Scercy, Logan Scercy, Michael Spry, Addison Thompson, Caroline Walker, Alec Westerholm

More than 160 Lenoir-Rhyne students were named to the president’s list for earning superior grades during the Spring Semester in 2014.

Students who achieve grade averages of 3.9 or better on the 4.0 scale are named to the president’s list. No course carried on a pass-fail basis, by examination, correspondence or exemption was counted toward the 12 hours required for the President’s Honor List.

This semester’s honorees include:

Kannapolis — Kayla Morrow, Andrew Leslie, Zachary Fesperman

Salisbury — Quinn Scarvey

Mooresville — Braelyn Sullivan, Joshua Holbrooks

Rowan County resident Robert Gibson, a second-year law student at Wake Forest University School of Law, has accepted a Law Clerk for Supreme Court Justice internship, working with the Division of Supreme Court in the Department of Justice in Raleigh.

Gov. Pat McCrory announced that 83 North Carolina college, graduate and law students have been selected for 2014 summer internships with state government agencies.

Now in its 44th year, the State Government Internship Program is coordinated by the Youth Advocacy and Involvement Office in the Department of Administration.

Internships began May 27 and will provide students hands-on training in a wide range of state government workplaces. Interns will be paid $8.25 an hour and will work for 10 weeks.


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