Members of the LSU Eunice radiologic technology class of 2016, seated from left, are Caitlyn Stykowski of Lafayette, Cora Absire of Abbeville, Jillian Jacobsen of Eunice; Hali Colligan of Rayne, Ashton St. Germain of Jennings, and LeAnn Perrodin. Standing, from left, are clinical instructors Angie Sonnier and Camille Lavigne; students, Travis Abshire of Lafayette, Amy Amiot of Eunice, Chelsie Mistric of Washington, Ashley Kelly of Opelousas, Kimberlyn Fruge of Eunice, Laura Bonilla of Lafayette, Kadi Bourgeois of Eunice, Tori Robin of Breaux Bridge, Halie Stelly of Krotz Springs, Kelly Kimball of Lafayette, Lucinda Daigle of Scott, Tammany Boutte of Kaplan, and Ashley Green of Youngsville; clinical instructor Janet Scott; and program director Rob McLaughlin.
The 2016 graduating class in radiologic technology received their pins in ceremonies held this week at LSU Eunice.
Nineteen graduates were honored at the annual pinning ceremony after spending four semesters in the top-ranked program in Louisiana.
Graduates with a grade-point average 3.8-4.0 receive Summa Cum Laude honors. From left, are Dr. Renee Robichaux, vice chancellor for Academic Affairs; Catlyn Lauret of Washington, management; Allison Briscoe of Eunice, Louisiana transfer degree biological science; Gregory Leger of Rayne, Louisiana transfer degree biological science and Dr. Kimberly Russell, chancellor of LSU Eunice. Not pictured are Kaliee Lyons of Eunice, Louisiana transfer degree biological science; Sadie West of Church Point, Louisiana transfer degree biological science; Cassie Bonin of Lake Arthur; certificate accounting technology; and David Berns Jr. of Slidell, fire and emergency services.
LSU Eunice has named 262 students to the Spring Semester 2016 Chancellor’s List in recognition of their academic achievement. The list comprises full-time students who maintained at least a 3.5 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale during the semester.
Area students on the list are:
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