The Norman Transcript


November 28, 2013

Two local students recognized as Outstanding Seniors



After graduation in May, Johnson plans on obtaining her license and then a job in the specialty of cardiac nursing.

Other Outstanding Senior awardees in their respective colleges were Amy E. Shell, of Tulsa, College of Architecture; Helga Skaftason, of Tulsa, College of Arts and Sciences; Dana M. Mueller, of Fort Collins, Colo., College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences; Hannah Kellogg, of Yukon, Michael F. Price College of Business; Joseph W. Romanko, of Medford, N.J., College of Continuing Education; Pattaranan Kiatsakdawong, of Davis, Mewbourne, College of Earth and Energy; Jenna Bates, of Richardson, Texas, Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education; David F. Vreeland, of Fort Worth, Texas, College of Engineering; Kelly E. Koupash, of Centreville, Va., Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts; Nickolas M. Aguilera, of Oklahoma City, College of International Studies; Lindsay Fischer, of Ann Arbor, Mich., Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication; Ryan M. Tupps, of Oklahoma City, College of Liberal Studies; and Bryan Chen, of Dallas, Multidisciplinary Studies.

Also named Outstanding Seniors were OU Health Sciences Center students Whitney Parker, of Sugar Land, Texas, College of Allied Health, and Edith Quiñonez of Texhoma, College of Dentistry. Overall Outstanding Senior Woman and Man were Linh N. Nguyen, of Oklahoma City, College of Arts and Sciences, and Evan J. Fry of Franklin, Wis., College of Arts and Sciences.

Katherine Parker


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