COLLEGE STATION—Several Entomology students celebrated the holiday season early as they were part of more than 4,000 students expected to graduate this fall during commencement ceremonies at Reed Arena on Friday, December 16.
The department had a total of 21 students, which included 6 undergraduate ENTO majors and 1 minor, 3 master’s students and 1 Ph.D. student that attended the 2pm ceremony with others in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. There also were 15 students that received the Certification in Public Health Entomology.
“We want to extend our congratulations to you and we wish you the very best,” said Associate Department Head for Academic Programs Dr. Pete Teel. “We are extremely proud of you guys.”
Teel also commended those that received their certificates in Public Health Entomology.
“We are most pleased to see students choosing and completing the Certificate in Public Health Entomology,” Teel said. “This course work concentration is highly relevant to current issues and opportunities relating to vector-borne and other diseases caused directly or indirectly by mosquitoes, ticks, and many other arthropods. We wish those who have completed this certificate the very best in their professional careers.”
|Evonna Dupree||University Studies Veterinary Medicine, Entomology/Psychology double minor|
Graduates – Master of Science
Public Health Entomology Certificate
|Abigail Anzek||Biomedical Science|
|Cassie Culver||Biomedical Science|
|Katelyn Goodloe||Biomedical Science|
|Jordan Harn||Biomedical Science|
|Taylor Hood||Biomedical Science|
|Avery Kester||Biomedical Science|
|Celine Mejia||Biomedical Science|
|David Montalvo||Biomedical Science|
|Dylan Meadows||Biomedical Science|
|Zach Reveal||Biomedical Science|
|Alexander Statler||Biomedical Science|
|Amy Zheng||Biomedical Science|