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Published: Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013 11:47 a.m. CST

AIB

DES MOINES — Brian Newcomb and Eric Stough of Creston have been honored as a presidential scholars at AIB College of Business for the fall 2013 term.

“Our presidential scholars are the best of the best,” said AIB President Nancy Williams. “Students like Brian and Eric have the ambition, the will and the talent to shine here and to be rising stars in the business world.”

AIB challenges all its students to make the most of the educational opportunities at the college to prepare for the careers they will be building in business, Williams said.

“Brian, Eric and our other presidential scholars lead by example, inspiring everyone around them to aim higher and push harder,” she said.

To qualify as a presidential scholar, Newcomb and Stough attained a grade-point average of 3.80 or higher for the term. Newcomb is earning Bachelor of Science degree in accounting, and Stough is earning Bachelor of Science degree in business administration.

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Clarkson College

OMAHA, Neb. — Megan Decker graduated from Clarkson College Dec. 7.

Decker received her Master of Science in Nursing degree with a family nurse practitioner focus. The title of her Capstone presentation was an evidence-based brochure on lifestyle changes and other treatments for plycystic ovarian syndrome.

Deckder is the daughter of Dennis and Susie LaMasters and spouse of Jordan Decker, all of Creston. She is employed by Greater Regional Medical Center. 

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