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May 10, 2014

List of OU graduates

NORMAN — Ada

74820 — Landry Askins III, Master of Social Work; Blake A Barnes, Bachelor of Science; Page Nickole Colburn, Master of Social Work; Sarah M Jay, BA in Journalism; Jean C. Merz-Edwards, Graduate Certificate; Kimberly DeAnn Parks, Master of Social Work; Allyn E. Ross, Bachelor of Science; Shawn A Stafford, Bachelor of Arts; Robyn Zah, Master of Social Work

74821 — Jacob Painter, Bachelor of Arts

Afton

74331 — Nikolas A Frost, Bachelor of Science; Ky Carlton Humble, BA in Journalism

Altus

73521 — Carly Michelle Cox, BA in Admin Leadership; Colby C Crawford, Bachelor of Science; Jared Paul Gilmer, Master of Arts; Mark Wesley McPherson, Master of Arts

Alva

73717 — Mary Katharine Bramlett, Master of Arts; David Michael Pecha, Doctor of Philosophy; Robin Renea Roberson, Doctor of Philosophy; Tenille K Smith, BA in Intl and Area Studies

Anadarko

73005 — Melody Windsong Redbird-Post, Master of Education

Apache

73006 — Kylie D. Hemming, Bach of Business Admin

Arcadia

73007 — Brianna E Versteeg, Bachelor of Arts

Ardmore

73401 — Evan T Capshaw, BA in Geog Info Science; Heidi E. Clark, BA in Journalism; Karin R. Cockran, B of Fine Arts in Art; Brockett Austin Cox, Bachelor of Arts; Kristin D. Dao, Bachelor of Science; Andrea G. Duran, B of Fine Arts in Art; Kale J Hunter, BS in Biochemistry; Juliann M Jantz, Bachelor of Arts; Elyssia J. Johnson, BA in Journalism; Sara E Kerkstra, Bachelor of Arts; DeJon LeAnn Knapp, Master of Social Work; Leila Carol Lenore, M of Library and Info Studies; Scott Mcbride, MA in Admin Leadership; Madison M McCathern, Bachelor of Arts; Patrick T. Simon, Bachelor of Arts; Rachel L. Simpson, Bach of Business Admin; Brady Neil Sisson, BS in Environmental Design; Joshua David Smart, BS in Electrical Engineering; Jarrod S. Smith, Bach of Business Admin; Haley Michelle Sperry, Juris Doctor; Terrick L. Washington, Bachelor of Musical Arts; Jon Wesley Webb, Bachelor of Arts; Yicheng Zhang, BS in Mechanical Engineering

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