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Regents' Scholars

The Board of Regents of the Texas State University System recognizes one outstanding student from a TSUS member institution with the Regents' Scholar Award. Regents' Scholars are selected by the chancellor based on their outstanding academic achievement and scholarship, leadership abilities, and contributions to the institution and their community. In addition to a framed resolution and medallion, Regents' Scholars receive $2,500 credited toward their educational expenses. Regents' Scholars are recognized at the Board of Regents meeting each November.


Bethany Bradshaw
Ms. Bradshaw is a junior majoring in Family and Child Development at Texas State University. She has earned a cumulative grade point average of 4.0, been placed on the Dean's List every semester, and received several prestigious awards and scholarships, including the Terry Foundation Scholarship. In addition to her academic pursuits, Ms. Bradshaw has volunteered her time with a number of campus and community groups.


Townley-SmithKeeley Townley-Smith
Ms. Townley-Smith is a double-major in physics and electrical engineering at Lamar University. She has repeatedly earned Dean's List and President's List accolades, won several prestigious awards and scholarships, and has demonstrated commendable campus involvement, leadership, and community service, having volunteered as a Lamar University Ambassador, a Peer Mentor for the LU Honors Association, and as President of the LU Chapter of the Society of Physics Students.


Sahabia Ahmed
Ms. Ahmed graduated from Sam Houston State University with a 4.0 grade point average, earning degrees in economics, mathematics, and international business. In addition to being named to the Dean's List and President's Honor Roll each semester, she has received numerous scholarships and awards including the William B. Green International Business Scholarship. She also participated in a wide range of student and community organizations and served as tutor and note-taker for visually impaired students.