The Norman Transcript

University

May 10, 2014

List of OU graduates

(Continued)

NORMAN —

73402 — Alexa Leigh Healey, B of Fine Arts in Art

73403 — Chance A. Pruitt, BA in Intl and Area Studies

Atoka

74525 — Felicia Colina Hopson, BA in Intl and Area Studies

Atwood

74827 — Rebekah Anne Ulm, Master of Architecture

Bartlesville

74003 — Jordan L. Inman, Bachelor of Arts

74006 — Philip W. Barnett, Bachelor of Arts; Jennifer E. Bertels, Bach of Business Admin; David Calhoun, BA in Geography; Nicholas G Duvarney, BA in Journalism; Lyda M Hartness, Bachelor of Arts; Thomas Preston Holland, BS in Aerospace Engineering; Sean E. Lawson, Bachelor of Arts; Kristen G. Leach, BA in Journalism; Christopher E McIntosh, Bach of Business Admin; Ashlen O’Bannion, Bachelor of Arts; Olivia M Pham, Bachelor of Science; Andrew M. Quinn, Bachelor of Arts; Helen R Reese, BA in Intl and Area Studies; Joseph K Sardashti, BA in Environ Sustainability; Stephanie M Versher, B of Fine Arts in Dance

Beaver

73932 — Kamee L. Gabel, Bach of Business Admin

Beggs

74421 — Kristina Michelle Christy, Master of Social Work

Bethany

73008 — Nissy Cherian, BS in Biochemistry; Robert Gering, MS in Mgt Information Systems; Micah E Mcgee, Bachelor of Arts; Desiree M Melkovitz, BA in Intl and Area Studies; Tyler B. Menge, Bachelor of Arts; Tyler G Neal, Bachelor of Arts; Kristen A Olson, Bachelor of Arts; Karen P Parra, Bach of Business Admin; Jennie Marie Roski, BA in Admin Leadership; Aaron D Snyder, Bachelor of Arts; Joseph C Snyder, BS in Petroleum Engineering; Marki-MaCaulie E White, BA in Journalism; James Phillip Wickersham, Master of Science

Big Cabin

74332 — Amanda Elizabeth Franklyn, Bachelor of Arts; Kyle Randall Frost, BS in Architectural Engr

Bixby

74008 — Mary B Archer, BA in Liberal Studies; Bryan Barrow, Bachelor of Arts; Maris L Blanchard, B of Fine Arts in Art; Zane E Blanchard, BA in Journalism; Samuel Alexander Cue Jr. Jr., BA in Liberal Studies; Molly K Gant, Bachelor of Interior Design; Justin Robert Giles, Bach of Business Admin; Britni A. Harris, BA in Journalism; Claire Elizabeth Horak, Bachelor of Science; Amanda Simpson, BA in Admin Leadership

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