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May 10, 2014

List of OU graduates

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73065 — Tessa M. Burris, Master of Human Relations; Matthew Owen Huddleston, BS in Petroleum Engineering; Nathan Lunsford, B of Fine Arts in Art; Erin M. McLean, M of Library and Info Studies; Angelina S Morrison, BS in Criminal Justice; Caitlin R. Moses, Bachelor of Science; Jonathan S. Owens, Bach of Business Admin; Stephanie Rena Riddle, Master of Human Relations; Austin Craig Saunders, Master of Science; Devon D. Schiffman, Bachelor of Science; Megan R Storey, B of Fine Arts in Dance

Newkirk

74647 — Jessi A. Butler, Bach of Business Admin; Kayla D. Finuf, Bachelor of Arts; Jordan Lindsey Harshman, Bachelor of Arts; Brian P LeBaron, Bachelor of Arts

Nichols Hills

73116 — Michael Jordan Demas, BS in Mechanical Engineering; Rachel Stewart Harper, Bachelor of Science; William M. McCoy, BS in Petroleum Engineering; William Jordan Myers, Master of Science; Claire M. Robinson, Bachelor of Science; Rachel Grace Smith, Juris Doctor; Conner B Tharp, Bachelor of Arts; Brent Weber, Master of Arts; Bentley C Williams, BS in Petroleum Engineering

73120 — Kyle H Barry, BS in Mechanical Engineering; William J Burger, BS in Industrial Engineering; Alexis Ann Dickens, B of Fine Arts in Art; Elizabeth D. Franklin, Bachelor of Science; Andrew J Mlady, Bachelor of Science; Samuel Reginald Stringer, Bach of Business Admin

Ninnekah

73067 — John Travis Owens, BS in Electrical Engineering; Riley L. Schultz, BS in Petroleum Engineering

Noble

73068 — Dustin W. Blalock, Bachelor of Architecture; Thomas Michael Blanton, Bachelor of Arts; Gina Marie Cosden, M of Prevention Science; Kristen Cox, BA in Admin Leadership; Heather Sue Drilling, Doctor of Philosophy; Sarah Lynn Foster, BA in Admin Leadership; Eddie H Heck, M of Environmental Science; Jonathan Verdun Myers, Doctor of Education; Jameson T Pelton, Bachelor of Science; Lorraina Jean Robinson, Bachelor of Arts; James Snodgrass IV, MA in Admin Leadership; Danielle L. Strawn, Bachelor of Science; Chad Austin Vanderburg, Bach of Business Admin

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