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College News

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology conferred 393 degrees during the college's 133rd commencement exercise. The following students from your area earned degrees listed during the 2010-11 academic year.

Graduating from Clay County included: Phillip Iverson, son of Michael and Rebecca Iverson, Staunton, with a computer science and software engineering degree.

Johanna Moore, Brazil, with a applied biology degree. Plans on attending graduate school at the University of Texas

Elizabeth Stewart, daughter of James and Corinna Stewart, Brazil, with an applied biology degree.

Rose-Hulman is a private engineering, mathematics and science college with an undergraduate enrollment of 1,800 students.

For 12 consecutive years Rose-Hulman has been ranked the No. 1 undergraduate engineering college in the country in an annual U.S. News and World Report survey.

Ninety two percent of Rose-Hulman's 2011 graduates have already accepted job offers, commissions as officers in the military, or been accepted by the graduate school of their choice. The average starting salary for this year's graduates is $62.600.

Stephens College

Brianne Arvin of Newport Beach, Calif., has completed degree requirements at Stephens College. Commencement ceremonies were held on May 7, 2011.

Arvin graduated with a bachelor of fine arts degree in fashion design and product development.

Arvin is the daughter of Kim Walvlik, Northview High School graduate.

Stephens College, established in 1833, prepares students to become leaders and innovators in a rapidly changing world and engages lifelong learners in an educational experience characterized by intellectual rigor, creative expression and professional practice.

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