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graduates awarded membership into The William Wallace Peery Society, which honors graduates who have distinguished themselves academically through GPA and an honors thesis. Sloas is attending Boston University and working on his Ph.D. in biomedical engineering.
PATRICK BUTLER received his B.A. in business management and marketing from Spring Hill College in May 2016.
2012 SEAN SAXON graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in neuroscience and Spanish from Tulane University in May 2015. Saxon was named a Tulane 34 Award winner, a university-wide honor given to 34 graduates for exemplary leadership, service and academic excellence. In addition, Saxon received the Edward Ambrose Bechtel Medal which is awarded to the senior man in the liberal arts and sciences department who made the most significant contributions to the extracurricular life of the college. Saxon is currently teaching English in Madrid, Spain, at a Brothers of the Sacred Heart institution.
TERRY “T.J.” CARTER earned his Bachelor of Arts in sociology in May 2016 from LSU. Carter will be working with the LA Healthcare Connections.
AUSTIN WALKER, finance senior and president of the Student Finance Association at LSU, received certification as an LSU Distinguished Communicator. Walker is one of only three students in the LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business to receive this honor during this award period. LSU Distinguished Communicators is a unique academic excellence program where students work to refine their communication skills that will enable them to excel in their chosen profession.
RYAN FRICK, a mechanical engineering major at Louisiana Tech University, and his teammate, Rhodes Moran ’13, earned first place honors at the university’s TOP DAWG New Venture Championship for their easy-to-use device (the EZ Read Monitoring System) that wirelessly transmits water level data to customers. The team also won the Innovation Enterprise Fund award given for entrepreneurial spirit.
CHRISTOPHER SLOAS earned his undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering from Tulane University in May 2015. Sloas was one of ten
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2013 RHODES MORAN, a mechanical engineering major at Louisiana Tech University, and his teammate, Ryan Frick ’12, earned first place honors at the university’s TOP DAWG New Venture Championship for their easyto-use device (the EZ Read Monitoring System) that wirelessly transmits water level data to customers. The team also won the Innovation Enterprise Fund award given for entrepreneurial spirit.