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April 29, 2013

98 OU students recognized for maintaining perfect GPA

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Also being recognized are Jacy Catherine Bennett, supply chain management, Tucson, Ariz.; Cassandra Tatiana Ogan, music/voice, Fort Collins, Colo.; Sarah Stephenson, chemical engineering, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Erica F. Vlasic, biology, Leawood, Kan.; Sara Ciccolari-Micaldi, political science, Wichita, Kan.; Andrew D. Belliveau, economics, Highland, Md.; Jennifer M. Herrmann, film and video studies, Walpole, Mass.; Steven Neil Dragosljvich, chemistry and biochemistry, Saddlebrooke, Mo.; John Clark Geller, mathematics, Bozeman, Mont.; Nathan Erle Thomas, biochemistry, Dayton, Ohio; Megan Renee Marks, political science, Delaware, Ohio; Lena Tenney, history and religious studies, New Bremen, Ohio; Courtney D. Gillburg, air traffic management, North Ridgeland, Ohio; Jamie N. Hughes, multidisciplinary studies, Abilene, Texas; Lindsey Michelle Kite, drama/theater, Allen, Texas; Madeline Meta Ross, history and German, Arlington, Texas; Katherine Nicole Chrisman, journalism/public relations, and Savannah Marie Fraid, elementary education, both of Carrollton, Texas; Evan Paul DeFilippis, economics, political science and psychology, Colleyville, Texas; Jeshurun Micaiah Chisholm, engineering physics, Dallas; Alyssa Leigh Mannen, French, and Alexander D. Nasr, letters and biology, both of Grapevine, Texas; Jennifer L. Kiskin, linguistics, Little Elm, Texas; Jerod K. Coker, economics, McKinney, Texas; Riley Shea Bell, social work, and John David Conder, mechanical engineering, both of Plano, Texas; Scott W. Renner, history, Chantilly, Va.; Antonietta Restuccia, chemical engineering, Caracas, Venezuela; and Thang Nguyen Ha, geophysics, Vietnam.

Also participating in commencement will be 14 December 2012 graduates and three August 2012 graduates.

The December 2012 graduates being recognized are Katherine Claire Horn, political science, Edmond; Jennifer R. Gibson, sociology-criminology, Lawton; Yuliya Grayson, international security studies, Mustang; Cara Bothamley, international business, Norman; Brittany Chalk, liberal studies, Caramia R. Testa, film and video studies, and Jessica Taylor Thomas, Spanish, all of Oklahoma City; Thomas Connor O’Carroll, political science, Tulsa; Lacey D. Stevenson, political science, Fouke, Ark.; Amy Hicks, international studies, Amarillo, Texas; Shelly Wernette, geology, Highland Village, Texas; Meredith Brown, elementary education, Plano, Texas; Hannah Cooney, international business, San Antonio; and Nathan Jon Moore, history and international security studies, Neosho Wis.

The August 2012 graduates being recognized are Katie Marie Williams, human relations, Norman; Stuart Lloyd Downey, political science and multidisciplinary studies, Oklahoma City; and Whitney Anne Miner, biochemistry, Chino Hills, Calif.

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