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OU Students Achieve Perfect Grade Point Average
NORMAN – Eighty-nine students who are participating in 2018 Commencement ceremonies at the University of Oklahoma on Friday, May 11, maintained perfect 4.0 grade-point averages throughout their undergraduate careers at OU. Of the total, 48 reside in Oklahoma.
The students will be recognized by the bronze medallions on crimson ribbons they will wear during Commencement ceremonies. Each of the students has completed all coursework, never making less than an “A” in class.
The 48 May 2018 candidates from Oklahoma being recognized include, ADA: Elizabeth M. Bagwell, letters; ARDMORE: Emilee Cross, psychology; BARTLESVILLE: Scott Henthorne, management information systems; BIXBY: Brooke K. Crow, biology; Madison Curley, journalism/public relations; BLACKWELL: Jennifer Arnold, nursing; BROKEN ARROW: Audrey Burkey, sonography; CLAREMORE: Anna Teague, nursing; EDMOND: Preston M. Choi, biology; Jonathan Gibson, finance/accounting; Ryan J. Grantham, biology; Jane His, biochemistry/letters/art; Jacob Hunt, mechanical engineering; Samuel Jew, accounting; Uday Kohli, biology; Jamison P. Maxwell, biology; Camryn T. McPherson, multidisciplinary studies; GOLDSBY: Abraham Wallace, music/geophysics; LAWTON: Auston D. Stiefer, Spanish/planned program; MACOMB: Walter Chandler, environmental sustainability; MCALESTER: Wyatt Stanford, journalism/public relations; MIDWEST CITY: Tatiana Rosillo, English; MOORE: Taylor Aiello, nursing; NEWCASTLE: Erik Nickels, accounting; NOBLE: Kirsten Olesen, industrial and systems engineering; NORMAN: Elizabeth P. Colston, political science; Ashlyn A. Gardner, health and exercise science; Christopher A. Leonard, physics; Anna H. McNeil, political science; Michelle L. Penrod, biology; Malachi Phillips, chemical engineering; Abigail White, communication sciences and disorders; OKLAHOMA CITY: Tamara Arcisz, administrative leadership; Samuel C. Lower, Japanese/letters; Husayn F. Ramji, planned program; Dylan J. Rodolf, letters/history; Victoria Romano, human resources management; Austin Thole, construction science; Carlee Wright, international studies; Visha R. Patel, sociology; PAULS VALLEY: Landry Briscoe, occupational therapy; PRYOR: Tayler Brooner, sonography; SAND SPRINGS: Will Thompson, chemical engineering; TULSA: William P. O'Connor, biology; David Potts, chemical engineering; David A. Wenger, biology; Jacob A. Fox, biology.
Also being recognized are: FREEMONT, CALIFORNIA: Nyle C. Almeida, planned program; SANTA MARIA, CALIFORNIA: Marc Thibodeau, computer engineering; BEIJING, CHINA: Tianyi Chen, computer science; DENVER, COLORADO: Rylie Turrentine, chemical engineering; LITTLETON, COLORADO: Mollie Merino, international studies; NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS: Ameel H. Chaudhary, biology; DUBUQUE, IOWA: Jonathan D. Kunjummen, physics; OSAKA, JAPAN: Natsuko Oshima, health and exercise science; LEAWOOD, KANSAS: Samantha N. Mills, Spanish; OVERLAND PARK, KANSAS: Christoph C. Kinzel, mathematics; WICHITA, KANSAS: Breanna C. Boss, letters/history; DRY RIDGE, KENTUCKY: Matthew R. Solomon, philosophy/letters; NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA: Nicklas Dang, mechanical engineering; DULUTH, MINNESOTA: Morgan W. Mann, biochemistry/mathematics; NORTH MANKATO, MINNESOTA: Rachel J. Schaub, English/journalism/professional writing; ELLISVILLE, MISSOURI: Mariel Y. Bednarek, Arabic; LEE SUMMIT, MISSOURI: Andy N. Jarnevic, mathematics; ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO: Suzanne White, chemical engineering; PISGAH FOREST, NORTH CAROLINA: Abigail M. Smith, biochemistry; FINDLAY, OHIO: Nicholas Goldacker, meteorology; PORTLAND, OREGON: Valerie M. Zike, microbiology; SAUDI ARABIA: Khaother Almubarak, human resources management; GERMANTOWN, TENNESSEE: Michael A. Kutteh, biology; ALLEN, TEXAS: Katherine R. Egger, biology; AUSTIN, TEXAS: Anton Karpovich, meteorology; COPPELL, TEXAS: Madison Kacor, international business/accounting; Wesley Szalkowski, interior design; DALLAS, TEXAS: Caroline Baskett, nursing; FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS: Katherine M. Voss, biology; GRANBURY, TEXAS: Sean M. Christiansen, economics; HOUSTON, TEXAS: Christopher Brown, engineering physics; KATY, TEXAS: Jonathan Henck, mechanical engineering; PLANO, TEXAS: Meredith Dierks, nursing; SPRING, TEXAS: Allison McManus, journalism; THE HILLS, TEXAS: Madeline Hector, accounting; WYLIE, TEXAS: Ryan N. Frome, anthropology; FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA: Matthew R. Zisi, political science/music; VIENNA, VIRGINIA: Timothy Sheridan, Economics; FOND DU LAC, WISCONSIN: Dakota D. Vaughan, biology; SHEBOYGAN, WISCONSIN: Gabriella M. Schneider, anthropology.
Also eligible to participate in Commencement will be seven December 2017 graduates and four August 2017 graduates.
The December 2017 graduates being recognized are EDMOND, OKLAHOMA: Jacob Mitchell Bardell, religious studies; MCALESTER, OKLAHOMA: Jonathan David Barickman, computer engineering; NORMAN, OKLAHOMA: Carolyn A. Hewes, anthropology; OWASSO, OKLAHOMA: Matthew Matheny, music-wind/percussion/string instruments; music education; STROUD, OKLAHOMA: Lindsay D. Beck, management information systems; PLANO, TEXAS: Michael Lutter, economics; LONDON, ENGLAND: Yuriko Miyazaki, mathematics.
The August 2017 graduates being recognized are LAKEWOOD, COLORADO: Sophia Fernald, English; EDMOND, OKLAHOMA: Danya Majeed, multidisciplinary studies; OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA: Monica Renee Haddock, international security studies; DEFIANCE, MISSOURI: Shelby Delia Meyer, international studies.