NORMAN — Two hundred and twenty-nine students in the University of Oklahoma College of Allied Health were named to the Dean’s Honor Roll for the fall 2013 semester.
In the College of Allied Health, professional and undergraduate students are required to have completed at least 12 grade point hours and earned a minimum 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale to be included on the honor roll, while graduate students must earn a minimum 3.8 GPA.
Five students from Norman were named to the Dean’s Honor Roll at the OU College of Allied Health.
· Cassia M. Claunch, daughter of Mark and Kelly Woody, master’s degree in speech language pathology
· Brittyn Howard, daughter of Susan Howard, Bachelor of Science in nutritional sciences
· Annabelle Irvin, daughter of John and Lori Irvin, Doctorate of Physical Therapy
· Lauren Penner, daughter of Jeff Penner and Julie Lewis, Bachelor of Science in radiation therapy
· Sheena Williams, daughter of Lloyd Williams and Rachelle Maas, Bachelor of Science in nutritional sciences
The College of Allied Health is one of seven colleges on the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center campus and offers degrees in many diverse health professions including audiology, nuclear medicine, nutritional sciences, occupational therapy, physical therapy, radiation therapy, radiography, sonography and speech-language pathology.
For more information about the College of Allied Health, visit ouhsc.edu/ahealth or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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