|May 2, 2008
From: Laura Harris, Director of Media Relations
(318) 342 - 5447, email@example.com
College of Arts & Sciences Recognizes
The University of Louisiana at Monroe College of Arts & Sciences held its annual Awards Convocation on April 29 to recognize outstanding students within the College of Arts & Sciences.
Students named Outstanding Seniors in their department were:
Students receiving certificates for outstanding student were:
Agriculture: Jared Chapman, Delhi; William Gwin, Baskin; Thomas Hankins, Bastrop; Joshua Moore, Oak Ridge; John Morris, Rayville; James Payne, Perkinston, Miss.; and Meagan Thornhill, Pioneer.
Biology: Hannah Baer, Monroe; Calli Baker, Huntsville, Texas; Brandon Banks, West Monroe; Lacey Bryan, Pineville; Elodie Burlet, France; James R. Elliott, Oak Grove; Alison Guerrero, Monroe; Seth Hale, Grand Prairie, Texas; Sammye Harbour, Opelousas; Jeremy Harmson, Pineville; Zaccheus Lavell Jones, Rayville; Jeffrey Kendrick, Jena; Zhi (Jenny) Kuan, Monroe; Ashley Maxwell, West Monroe, Benjamin Morehead, West Monroe; Andrew Norwood, Little Rock, Ark., Matthew Overturf, Monroe; Bernadette Patin, Metairie; Mary Ann Possoit, West Monroe; Nicole Schaferkotter, Albany; Mofiyinfolu Sokoya, Nigeria; Todd Spears, West Monroe; and Erin Wisenor, West Monroe.
Chemistry: Amanda Bartlett, Canada; Justin Cody Lewis, West Monroe; and Barry Marcel, Houma.
Communication: Pamela Bryant, Spearsville; Eric Hosak, West Monroe; Robert Redding, Fayetteville, Ga., and Brittany Stringer, West Monroe.
Criminal Justice: Persephone Alexander, Shreveport; Stanley Alford, Coushatta; Max Antony, Anacoco; Minnie Bonner, Winnsboro; Leandreia Coates, Baton Rouge; Brian Copeland, Monroe; Christopher Florey, Monroe; Melissa George, Shreveport; Brent Gibert, Mandeville; Stephanie Grant, Monroe; Jessica Hadwin,Ball; Aisha Hamilton, Monroe; Nellisha Johnson, Saline; Cynthia Machen, Tallulah; Courtney McDaniel, Monroe; Latasha Myles, Monroe; Kimberly Peters, Rayville; Amber Celeste Rawls, Bastrop; Benjamin Raley, Crowville; Lauren Smith, Pineville; Montrell Tarvin, Monroe; James Truxillo, Jefferson; Scott Wiggers, Winnsboro; Angelia Williams, Monroe; and Michael Wilson, Winnsboro.
English: Casey Auttonberry, West Monroe; Justin Breed, Oak Grove; Latoya Clark, Utica, Miss.; William Dunn, Monroe; Allison Flowers, Calhoun; Meghan Maxwell, Calhoun; Meaghan Miller, Grayson; Michael O’Neal, West Monroe; Jesse Paul, Pollock; Laura Pritchard, Jonesville; Jay Reeves, West Monroe; Julia Scalfano, Monroe; and Lauren Watson, West Monroe.
Family and Consumer Sciences: Gwendolyn Holmes, Monroe; and Carrie Perry, Monroe.
Foreign Languages: Heather Black, Monroe; Mallory George, Littleton, Colo.; Bray Harris, Lake Charles; Dnesha Johnnson, Boyce; and Kristina Lang, Houston, Texas.
General Studies: Deborah Betts, West Monroe; and Carolyn Branch, Rayville.
Geosciences: Sunny Brown, Baton Rouge; Jacob Darby, Pride; Amber Heffner, Ferriday; Stephanie Mullins, Mandeville; Nelson Perez, Lake Charles; Matt Williams, Atlanta, Ga.; and Crystal Woodard, Italy.
Gerontology/Sociology/Political Science: Terri Love, Monroe; Deunka Rone, Tallulah; Jessica Savage, Monroe; Kara Stephenson, West Monroe; and Dale Wilson, Port Orchard, Wash.
History: Allison Holland, Monroe; and Stephanie Ann Markland, West Monroe.
Social Work: Desiree Ariel Bridges, Monroe; Jamie L. Cooper, Jena; Shaquana Dismuke, Spearsville; and Stephanie K. Mock, Monroe.
Visual and Performing Arts: Valerie Barley, West Monroe; Joni Dollar, Monroe; Scott Flanagan, Monroe; Robbie Jones, Monroe; Ryan Moris, Monroe; Brad New, Sterlington; and Kelli Sims, West Monroe.
Students recognized from the College of Arts and Sciences that were inducted into Who’s Who were: