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May 10, 2014

List of OU graduates

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73010 — Garrett L. Aldridge, Bach of Business Admin; Andrew Chase Bentley, Bachelor of Arts; Bailey D Boulware, Bachelor of Science; Michael Chausse, BS in Health and Exercise Sci; Bradley A Cottrell, Bach of Business Admin; Victoria Sky Dennis, Bachelor of Arts; Kristi D. Dixon, BA in Liberal Studies; David Scott Gatlin, BS in Criminal Justice; Rebecca Govea, Bachelor of Arts; Danielle Harrison, Bachelor of Arts; Kearsten L Howland, BA in Journalism; Maria Jo Kroeker, BS in Education; Jerritt D. Larson, Bachelor of Science; Chelsee Dior Lewis, Master of Education; Robert C. Nash, BS in Health and Exercise Sci; Joshua Logan Puckett, MA in Admin Leadership; Lena Smith, Master of Public Admin; Eric W. Stevens, Bach of Business Admin; Stacey R Wilkerson, Bachelor of Arts; Jodie Annette Winchester, BS in Education

Bristow

74010 — Zachary David Eldredge, BS in Physics; Audrey Renee’ Montgomery, Bachelor of Arts; Kendra Mae Root, Master of Arts

Broken Arrow

74011 — Shelby Lynn Edwards, BA in Journalism; Kari Elizabeth Featherngill, Master of Social Work; Ryan Lee Hilliard, Bachelor of Arts; Zain Z Hyder, Bachelor of Science; Brittany D Kunick, Bachelor of Arts; Vincent James Landino, BA in Journalism; Madeline F Larson, Bachelor of Arts; Stephen Blake Lee, BS in Petroleum Engineering; Dehra Anne McGuire, Bachelor of Science; Darcy A. O’Neill, Bachelor of Arts; Brian Philip Pedicord, Bach of Business Admin; Ethan K Rice, BS in Environmental Engr; Leslie E Rowland, BS in Health and Exercise Sci; Megan E Rutland, Bachelor of Science; Austin C Smith, BS in Petroleum Engineering; Tristin L Stauder, Bach of Business Admin; Valerie Irene Vaughan, Master of Arts

74012 — Sneha Abraham, Bachelor of Science; Donva L. Adkism Jr., Bachelor of Arts; Nathan A. Blake, BS in Criminal Justice; Sarah K Blanchard, BS in Education; Julie Ann Boyer, Master of Education; Jenava Diane Burguiere, B of Fine Arts in Drama; Cheyenne T Carr, Bachelor of Science; Jordan W Chitwood, Bach of Business Admin; Taylor N. Clark, Bachelor of Arts; Ashley Corral, Bachelor of Arts; Lena C. Detter, Bachelor of Architecture; HOPE MAE EDWARDS, Master of Social Work; Myles F. Eklund, Bach of Business Admin; Lindsay M Flynn, Bachelor of Science; Fullard Dee Foreman Jr., Master of Human Relations; Vickie L Gray, BA in Admin Leadership; Chad Robert Gwinn, Bach of Business Admin; Christopher L Harper, Bachelor of Science; Bradley Austin Heldmann, Bachelor of Arts in Letters; Kristi Nicole Horvath, BA in Journalism; Natasha Jones, BA in Admin Leadership; Joshua D Maddux, BS in Mathematics; Nancy Ann Moss, BA in Admin Leadership; Kayli RaeAnn Nelson, MA in International Studies; David V Nguyen, Bachelor of Science; Garnet Nowell, M of Library and Info Studies; Kirby L Olson, Bachelor of Arts; Jonathan Ross Ortwein, Juris Doctor; Billie Kay Pack, MA in Admin Leadership; Trent Allen Pembrook, Master of Arts; Daniel S. Piltz, Bach of Business Admin; David B Rainwater, Bach of Business Admin; Gianna Wilma Rapson, Master of Social Work; Marissa Erin Savala, Bachelor of Arts; Scott Christian Schneider, BS in Botany; Aneesh N. Shukla, Bachelor of Arts in Letters; Jessica Rae Strickland, Master of Social Work; Justin Stringfellow, Bachelor of Arts; Maria L Tatum, Master of Human Relations; Spencer L. Terry, BA in Intl and Area Studies; Andrew J. Wenzel, Bach of Business Admin; Megan M Wink, Bachelor of Science; Madeleine M. Yoakam, Bachelor of Arts

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