The Norman Transcript

University

May 10, 2014

List of OU graduates

(Continued)

NORMAN —

Paden

74860 — Jessica L. Forehand, B of Fine Arts in Art

Park Hill

74451 — Dillon E Gourd, BA in Geography

Pauls Valley

73075 — Dorian Rex Arnold, Bach of Business Admin; Melaney Elizabeth Field, Bachelor of Arts; Brian Conner Jack, BS in Civil Engineering; Jess Anthony Mudhar, Master of Education; Steven Barrett Watson, B of Music Education; Jeffery B Whisenhunt, Bachelor of Arts

Pawhuska

74056 — Jason Michael Garner, BS in Computer Engineering

Pawnee

74058 — Heather Pearl Hughes, Bachelor of Arts; Geoffrey Clare Roughface, BA in Journalism

Peoria

74363 — Molly K Stasell, Bachelor of Arts

Perkins

74059 — Simone Bachmai Rowe, Doctor of Philosophy; Corey R Simma, BS in Meteorology

Perry

73077 — Lauren Renee Matthesen, BA in Journalism

Piedmont

73078 — Austin M. Donnell, BS in Chemical Engineering; Lindsey Lou Emery, Master of Human Relations; Kara B Harris, Bachelor of Arts

Ponca City

74601 — Katie M Brown, Bachelor of Arts; Carli M. Lewis, B of Fine Arts in Art; Hannah Elise Powell, Master of Arts

74604 — Margaret Coryell Bowker, BA in Journalism; Cameron Anthony Lincoln, Bachelor of Arts; Jefferson Paul Powell, Juris Doctor; Robert S Stockwell, Bachelor of Arts

Porter

74454 — Katie M. Rosenthal, Bachelor of Arts

Poteau

74953 — Amanda R Hall, Bachelor of Arts

Prague

74864 — Tyler Henry Hamm, Bachelor of Arts

Pryor

74361 — Christopher R., Ayres BS in Petroleum Engineering; Brandon K Barnes, BA in Admin Leadership; Taylor Chase McBride, Juris Doctor; Hitesh J Patel, BS in Chemical Engineering; Mallory M Rial, Bachelor of Arts; Kinsey B Sexton, Bach of Business Admin; Glena Diane Gray Wildermuth, MS in Arch Urban Studies

Purcell

73080 — Jason Miles Burlingame, BS in Petroleum Engineering; Jacob A. Dumas, Bach of Business Admin; Elizabeth Ayleene Hobi, Doctor of Philosophy; Matthew D. Powers, BS in Aerospace Engineering; Emilia Resendiz, Bachelor of Arts; Revae Nicole Swartz, Bachelor of Arts; Tyler J. Swetland, Bachelor of Arts

Randlett

73562 — Keletha Icey-Zelma Gilmore, Bachelor of Arts

Red Oak

74563 — Dalton D. Fazekas, BA in Intl and Area Studies

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