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The highlight of the event was the announcement of this year’s top graduate students by Dr. Don Topliff, provost and vice president for academic affairs and interim dean of the College of Graduate Studies and Research. Honorees each received a certificate of recognition.
The Outstanding Graduate Students for the College of Arts and Humanities, listed by their hometown and major, are:
- Sarra Briki of Tunisia, communication
- Courtney Reopelle of Sinton, English
- Clint Ormond of San Angelo, global security studies
The Outstanding Graduate Student for the Norris-Vincent College of Business is Borys Montgomery of Kiev, Ukraine, business administration.
Honorees for the College of Education are:
- Christene Walker of San Angelo, curriculum and instruction-advanced instructor
- Kimberlee Gosney of Junction, curriculum and instruction-teacher certification
- Jessica Smart of La Vernia, guidance and counseling
- Bianca Peralez of Mission, student development and leadership in higher education
- Kourtney McAdams of Big Spring, educational administration
Archer College of Health and Human Services honorees are:
- Emma Thompson of Midland, coaching, sport, recreation and fitness administration
- Trace Owens of Austin, family nurse practitioner
- Stephanie Pavur of Austin, nurse educator
- Stephanie Crank of Layton, Utah, applied psychology
- Cody Good of Ballinger, counseling psychology
- Marisa Thompson of Mansfield, experimental psychology
- Mark Scheller of Del Rio, doctor of physical therapy
Honorees for the College of Science and Engineering are:
- Cody Riddle of Tuscola, animal science
- Roxanne Pourshoushtari of Gaithersburg, Md., biology
- Trent Schwartz of San Angelo, animal science
ASU graduate students who presented research posters during the Graduate Research Symposium were also recognized.
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The Best Online Master’s in Security Programs” and was also named “Best Distance Education” among the 19 programs to make the rankings. ASU is also one of only two Texas schools with ranked programs.ASU’s program is ranked No. 5 in the U.S. among “
According to OnlineMasters.com, “Angelo State University excels in distance education, offering an online-only Master of Science in Global Security Studies program. This program delivers the coursework in a convenient virtual format and addresses the growing need for professional security leaders in the military, government and intelligence sectors.”
The rankings are based on weighted scores in the categories of Academic Quality (40%), Student Success (40%) and Affordability (20%).
- Academic Quality criteria included faculty credentials, number of online programs available, number of graduates, and enrollment, retention and graduation rates.
- Student Success criteria included school reputation, student engagement, student services and online course technology.
- Affordability criteria included average net cost of tuition, fees and textbooks, percent of students with loans, and loan default rate.
Angelo State’s M.S. in global security studies degree program focuses on educating students about regional and national security issues, including rogue states, weak and failing states, terrorism, human rights, energy security, and peacekeeping and stability operations. The 36-credit-hour degree plan is offered totally online with both thesis and non-thesis options. Specializations include National Security Affairs and Regional Studies.
Also, U.S. Air Force intelligence officers who complete the USAF 14N Intelligence Course at Goodfellow Air Force Base can transfer 12 credit hours into the M.S. in global security studies degree program.
All of ASU’s global security studies and homeland security programs are offered through the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, which is the academic arm of ASU’s Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Security Studies.
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Rams Clay Target Team funds up to three new scholarships per academic year with money raised at its annual Rams Reload Sporting Clay Shoot. The team recently finished as national runner-up in its division at the Association of College Unions International 2019 Collegiate Clay Target Championships in San Antonio last month.Formed as a student organization in 2015, the
Thompson began clay target shooting in 2010. Since then, he has won six Texas 4-H State Championships in 2011-12 and 2014-17. He has also won individual state titles in all disciplines of shotgun shooting, including American skeet and trap, Olympic skeet and trap, and sporting clays, and has twice won the Top Gun Award at the 4-H state meet. He has won age group titles at the San Antonio Livestock Show Shoot, as well as both age divisions of the Houston Young Guns Competition. He is a member of the Tom Green County 4-H Shotgun Team that has won five straight Gene Schiller Awards as the Texas club with the highest average score per shooter.
“I hope I can help ASU achieve team growth in collegiate shooting sports events,” Thompson said. “The ability to go to school, work and live in a familiar place was the primary reason I chose Angelo State University to begin my undergraduate studies. Being able to shoot on a team with people I have competed with over the past nine years is a bonus for me.”
In addition to the Rams Clay Target Team Scholarship, Thompson has earned scholarships from the Perry Echols Memorial Foundation and the San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo for his shooting prowess. He has also been awarded an ASU Carr Academic Scholarship.
Currently employed at Cisco Equipment, Thompson plans to keep working at Cisco while attending ASU, where he will study business and agriculture. He will wrap up his high school clay target shooting career this summer at the Texas 4-H State Championships in San Antonio.
Thompson is the second Rams Clay Target Team Scholarship recipient for 2019, joining Nicholas Billington of Mertzon.
The third annual Rams Reload Sporting Clay Shoot fundraising event is scheduled for Saturday, May 4, at the San Angelo Claybird Association range. More details on registering to participate and/or sponsor the event are available at www.angelo.edu/ramsreload.
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