Members of First Class at Arkansas State University Campus Queretaro Pick Up Diplomas in Commencement Ceremony

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QUERETARO, MEXICO — Four years after Arkansas State University Campus Queretaro opened its doors and began operations, the first class of graduates walked the stage to receive their diplomas in recognition of their academic achievements, during a ceremony Saturday in Mexico.  https://player.vimeo.com/video/585994026?h=f505b4d8db&color=cc092f&title=0&byline=0&portrait=0

Family and friends packed the Grand Salon at Campus Queretaro to witness the ceremony, historic as the institution’s first and unforgettable for the 40 individuals who completed four years of studies to earn a bachelor’s degree in one of the American-style university’s programs. 

Kevin Ludwin Ramirez Chavez of Celaya, the class valedictorian, had the highest grade point average, no small accomplishment in his chosen field of electrical engineering.  Inaugural Gonzalez Award Presented

Kevin Ludwin Ramirez Chavez of Celaya, who completed his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, received the award. He also was valedictorian of the institution’s first graduating class and graduated summa cum laude.
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Arkansas State University Chancellor Kelly Damphousse traveled from Jonesboro to personally present diplomas to the members of the first CQ graduating class. 

Inaugural Graduating Class

The class is comprised of students from 23 cities in Mexico, five U.S. states, and Japan. The graduates, listed by country, hometown and degree program, are:

  • Japan, Nagoya: Shogo Kai, Bachelor of Science, International Business
  • Mexico, Acapulco: Juan Pablo Ramos Melendez, Bachelor of Science, International Business, Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Atizapan de Zaragoza: Zachary John Amezcua Popowich, Bachelor of Science, International Business
  • Mexico, Atotonilco El Grande: Yair Flores Monterrubio, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Benito Juarez: Erwin Winkler Martínez, Bachelor of Science, Chemistry
  • Mexico, Celaya: Kevin Ludwin Ramirez Chavez, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Summa Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Celaya: Daniel Eduardo Rosas Méndez, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Magna Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Ciudad de México: Gibrán Alí Aguilar Cortés, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Ciudad de México: Daniela Balconi Valdés, Bachelor of Science, Strategic Communications
  • Mexico, Corregidora: Ricardo Alfonso González Cano, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Mexico, Distrito Federal: Sonia Fernanda Pérez Arreola, Bachelor of Science, International Business, Cum Laude
  • Mexico, El Marqués: Daniel Eduardo Vargas Paredes, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Estado de México: Mariana Aguilar Navarrete, Bachelor of Science, Strategic Communications
  • Mexico, Estado de México: Tamara Alicia Trenado Carmona, Bachelor of Science, International Business, Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Jacona: Martha Yunuén Morfín Solís, Bachelor of Science, Strategic Communications, Magna Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Jalisco: Enrique Gómez Jackson, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Mexico, Jalisco: Erika Daniela Martínez González, Bachelor of Science, International Business, Magna Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Leon: Luis Fernando Ruelas Romo, Bachelor of Science, International Business, Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Mexico City: Jessica Alejandra Luna González, Bachelor of Science, Strategic Communications
  • Mexico, Oaxaca: Andrea Garibay Espino, Bachelor of Science, International Business, Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Pachuca de Soto: Andrea Paredes Castillo, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Mexico, Querétaro: Regina Ruanova Aguilar, Bachelor of Science, Strategic Communications
  • Mexico, Querétaro: Luis Felipe Álvarez Salazar, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration
  • Mexico, Querétaro: Anette Itzel Durán Sánchez, Bachelor of Science, Strategic Communications, Magna Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Querétaro: Mariana Flores Aldana, Bachelor of Science, International Business, Magna Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Querétaro: Ivanna Flores Frias, Bachelor of Science, International Business
  • Mexico, Querétaro: Thomas Patrick Gibson, Bachelor of Science, Biological Sciences, Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Querétaro: Ricardo Paredes Reséndiz, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Querétaro: Humberto Andrés Reyes López, Bachelor of Science, Strategic Communications
  • Mexico, San Luis Potosí: Alberto Ballesteros Peña, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Mexico, San Miguel de Allende: Daniel Miranda López, Bachelor of Science, Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Tarímbaro: Blanca Fabiola Quintero Ugalde, Bachelor of Science, International Business
  • Mexico, Toluca: Yessica Garduño Posadas, Bachelor of Science, International Business
  • Mexico, Venustiano Carranza: Litzy Alejandra Galicia Díaz, Bachelor of Science, International Business, Magna Cum Laude
  • Mexico, Zamora: Yunuen María Peña Martínez, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Magna Cum Laude
  • USA, Arizona, Pima, Tucson: Vianey Alejandra Durazo Grijalva, Bachelor of Science, International Business
  • USA, California, Los Angeles, Canoga Park: Reyna Guadalupe Rosas Flores, Bachelor of Science, International Business
  • USA, Colorado, Adams, Denver: Patricia Dibeamanhi Gonzalez Bruno, Bachelor of Science, Chemistry
  • USA, Illinois, Winnebago, Rockford: Sara Hernández Colunga, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration
  • USA, Texas, Hidalgo, McAllen: Karen Lucero Briseño Rosas, Bachelor of Science, International Business

Source: Arkansas State University

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