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June 20, 2014

University of Oklahoma announces dean’s honor roll

NORMAN — Students from 223 communities are listed on the University of Oklahoma Norman campus honor roll for the spring 2014 semester.

In most colleges, students must earn a minimum 3.5 grade-point average to be included on the honor roll. Students in the College of Architecture are recognized with a 3.3 or better, and students in the College of Engineering are recognized with a 3.0 or better.

Honor roll students who are enrolled full-time in at least 12 credit hours are listed below by the hometowns they provided on their records. The names of students who earned a 4.0 (A) grade-point average also are President Honor Roll designates and are indicated by an asterisk.

· Lexington — Jordyn F. Coker, Ryan T. Coker*, Emily E. Cole*, Trenton R. Hamm, Drake Porter, Cameron D. Smith, Jordyn J. Snow*, Kodi S. Wallace, Kayla R. Wright*

· Moore — Austin H. Winsett, Alison Nicole Agee*, Sean Thomas Baker, Carly Rhea Brashear*, Victor Q. Bui*, Kaitlyn M. Bush*, Robert L. Chancellor, Katelyn Elayne Cheatwood, Benjamin Albert Cobb, Jeremiah Lewis Corbin, Jeannine Joelle Cuevas Sanchez*, James Gregory Curtin, Kristen E. Damphousse, Blake A. Davidson, Landon Kyle Davidson, Christina M. Davis, Whitney B. Deangelis, Tabatha R. Dickinson, Ashten R. Duncan, Jason M. Dydynski, Aaliyah Nicole Ellison, William Christopher Gibson, Jeffrey A. Gillean*, Daniella L. Glidewell*, Stefanie Gonsalves, Steven Graham Grissom*, Xuyen Man Ha*, Minna A. Hollis, Chad William Hopkins, Lamanda Jane Humphrey, Megan L. Ingram*, Nathan Hicks Jackson, Adam Dean Jenkins*, Stormy B. Jones, Victoria F. Jones*, Marina K. Knoll*, Joseph J. Kwak, Jacob H. Laughlin, Elizabeth Le, Alexsis P. Lemons, Johnny Lemons*, Lance Austin Linstead, Brittney D. Logan*, Rebekah Lynn Lugo*, George Sebastian Mallett, Tyler Christian Mann, Joshua David Marlowe, Joel N. Maupin, Kenneth Lance Meador, Emily K. Mercer, Stephen Christopher Moeder, Daniel M. Moody, Barrett Chance Morgan, Luke R. Myers, Megan Elizabeth Nash, Theresa Ngo*, Dat Huu Quoc Nguyen*, Jordan Nguyen, Elizabeth J. Ortega-Choate*, Christopher Troy Parker, Bethany Renee Pate*, Allie Nga Pham*, Minh Duc A. Pham, Brian T. Pickens, Bryonna Pitts, Sandra X. Ramirez, Conner O. Reynolds, Lauren E. Reynolds, Evan Tyler Ricketts, John Duane Ricketts, Brittany N. Rodgers, Kyle Austin Roeschley, Sarah F. Rogers*, David Alan Ross, Eric A. Ross, Kevin Dean Rysted*, Kirsten Marie Rysted*, Chanda S. Sanders, Matthew M. Scheuber, Lindsay Nicole Sharp*, Clint Dylan Shepherd, Amber D. Smith, Misty Jean Stanberry, Matthew D. Steenson, Stephanie J. Terrazas*, Courtney Jean Thornton, Travis B. Treese, Sydney Nicole Velia, Sylvester K. Vo, Collin D. Wade, Joshua David Wakeam, David Benjamin Welsh*, Jackson Alexander Wilkins, Caitlyn Elisabeth Williams, Chelsea E. Williams, Scott David Williams, Sherree Dawn Williams-Walton-Biermann, Austin H. Winsett, Christopher Ray Woody*, Blake W. Woosley, Kacie Brianne Young, Sarah Jo Zeinalpour

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