Bryan awards degrees in May commencement
May 08, 2012
Two hundred seventeen graduates received degrees, and one honorary doctorate was awarded during Bryan’s eighty-fourth commencement exercises May 5.
|Bryan President Dr. Stephen Livesay, left, presents an honorary doctorate to the Rev. Augustine Asir.|
Bryan President Dr. Stephen Livesay congratulated the graduates for “persevering in the pursuit of you degrees.” He encouraged them to “lead lives of excellence in the vocations to which you have been called. Honor the motto of your alma mater, ‘Christ Above All.’”
The college awarded Master of Business Administration degrees to 27 graduates, Bachelor of Arts degrees to 67 graduates, and 125 Bachelor of Science degrees. Included in that number were two graduates who received both BA and BS degrees.
Caleb Ebersole and Carlin Nasiatka received the P.A. Boyd Prizes for the senior man and woman who exerted the most influence over their fellow students.
- Caleb Ebersole and Carlin Nasiatka, P.A. Boyd Prize for the man and woman in the senior class who has the greatest influence over fellow students.
- Shannon McGowan, highest scholastic average.
- Harry Sherwood, most progress.
- Clayton Schmidt, faithfulness and loyalty award.