Thirty-two CASNR students honored as Dean's Scholars Award winners
Top academic standouts from Texas Tech's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources were recognized as Dean's Scholars on Friday (Feb. 24) at a special ceremony held in the Southwest Collections' Formby Room. The awards, funded by various donations to the college, are based on academic excellence as well as leadership, character and citizenship.
"These scholarships were established by the college to reward academic excellence and to support studious young men and women who choose to major in agricultural and natural sciences," said Steven Fraze, Interim Dean of Tech's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
The Gold Award winners are:• Ryder Cude of Goree• Tate Leatherwood of Florence• Kristina Brumley of Orange Grove• Walker Carson of Turkey• Bailey Hufnagle of Canyon• Leah Kimbrell of Sunray• Christopher Mitchell of Lubbock• Cole Perkins of Llano• Dalton Tidwell of Sherman• Joseph Hinnant of The Colony• John Sarchet of Anton• Matthew Spivey of Santa Teresa, NM• Cassidy Williams of Round Rock
Silver Award winners include:• Hannah Johnson of Idalou• Hannah Ford of Weatherford• Dylan Hall of Miami• Thomas Jennings of Fredonia• Colton Pouncy of San Antonio• Garrett Scitern of Anson• Ciera Ware of Ralls• William Fletcher of Saint Hedwig• Darby Gonzales of Hondo• Bailey Nelson of Wolfforth• Michaela Pinder of League City• Patricia Azua of Sudan• Cecelia Dean of Las Cruces, NM• Jacob Dill of China Spring• Haleigh Erramouspe of Corona, NM• Hayden-James Hughes of Perryton• Mary Catherine Reitmeyer of Galveston• Rafe Royall of Garden City• Audrey Tedore of Bellaire
The Gold Award scholarship is a $14,400 ($3,600 per year for four years) and requires a minimum SAT score of 1,420 or ACT score of 32 and must be in the top 10 percent of graduating class. The Silver Award scholarship is a $9,600 ($2,400 per year for four years) and requires a minimum SAT score of 1,340 or ACT score of 30, and must be in the top 25 percent of graduating class.
Written by Norman Martin
CONTACT: Cindy McCullough, Coordinator of Scholarships, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Texas Tech University at (806) 742-2808, or firstname.lastname@example.org
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