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OU to recognize 110 2019 graduates with perfect GPAs

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Students cheer as colleges are announced during the 2018 Commencement processional May 11, 2018. OU will honor 128 students with perfect GPAs at the 2019 commencement ceremony May 11.

OU will honor 110 2019 graduates this weekend who are graduating with perfect GPAs. 

Fifty of the students are Oklahomans, two are international students and the rest are out-of-state students, all of whom will participate in the commencement ceremony on May 10, according to an OU Info email. The students will be given bronze medallions on crimson ribbons to wear during the ceremony.

Oklahoma students:

BIXBY:

  • Jordan Burdick, music composition/finance

BRISTOW:

  • Rylie Durham, elementary education

BROKEN ARROW:

  • Katherine Ho, geographic information science
  • Jordan Hobart, health and exercise science

CHEYENNE:

  • Miranda Moore, radiography

COLLINSVILLE:

  • Kaleigh Reeder, communication

DUNCAN:

  • Carly Kirkland, letters
  • Lauren Wilmes, letters

EDMOND:

  • Megan Lee Foskin, nursing
  • Mary Hirsch, computer science
  • Samuel Jew, accounting
  • Monica Le, biology
  • Connor McGinnis, finance
  • Rebecca Mitchell, history
  • Kaitlyn Noel Souter, drama/theatre/stage management

GUTHRIE:

  • Daria Gonzalez, social work

JENKS:

  • Cyle Famuliner, biomedical engineering

LAWTON:

  • Haley Joanna Hampton, communication sciences and disorders

MIAMI:

  • Andrew McDowell, biology

MOUNDS:

  • William Ratliff, petroleum engineering

NEWALLA:

  • Dalton Blevens, social work

NORMAN:

  • Camryn Gavras, industrial and systems engineering
  • Jonathan Gibson, accounting
  • Jacquelyn Hooper, political science/Spanish
  • Katelyn Leeviraphan, communication
  • Alexander Leseney, philosophy
  • Julia White, management
  • Patrick Zhong, computer engineering

OKLAHOMA CITY:

  • Collin Chancellor, accounting
  • Tyler Dang, political science/economics
  • Sara Fisher, international studies
  • Tuquynh Bao Nguyen, nursing
  • Kooper Taylor, spanish/business
  • Dat Truong, microbiology
  • Onain Zahid, psychology

PIEDMONT:

  • Parker Strubhar, linguistics

PURCELL:

  • Matthew Peters, physics/mathematics

STILLWATER:

  • Robert Beem, mechanical engineering

TULSA:

  • Audrey Bird, microbiology
  • Thatcher Chonka, finance
  • Abigail Edgeller, psychology
  • Thomas Givens, geophysics
  • Robert Jennings, accounting
  • Allie Kennedy, health and exercise science
  • Samantha Murray, liberal studies
  • Justin Reinking, finance
  • Madeline Roper, professional writing
  • Joseph Williams, French/international studies

TUTTLE:

  • Brooke Alexis Woodyard, ultrasound

WEWOKA:

  • Sarah Reynolds, elementary education

YUKON:

  • Imane Belhage, psychology

Out-of-state students:

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA:

  • Natalie Curtiss, social work

DULUTH, GEORGIA:

  • Sophia Sakers, chemical engineering/premedical/biomedical

MARIETTA, GEORGIA:

  • Emily Wellham, linguistics

EAGLE, IDAHO:

  • Ryleigh Navert, political science/business

POST FALLS, IDAHO:

  • Meghan McLeod, international studies

LAKE BLUFF, ILLINOIS:

  • Gianna Marie Hagnell, dance/modern dance performance

LAKE VILLA, ILLINOIS:

  • Morgan Schneider, meteorology

ORLANDO PARK, ILLINOIS:

  • Dylan Helstern, health and exercise science

CARMEL, INDIANA:

  • Shannon Gidley, biology

SHAWNEE, KANSAS:

  • Lillian Luther, entrepreneurship and venture management

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY:

  • Kate Amin, health and exercise science

COVINGTON, LOUISIANA:

  • Hunter Melton, mathematics

GRAND LEDGE, MICHIGAN:

  • Ian Ayers, industrial and systems engineering

LANSING, MICHIGAN:

  • Olivia Conway, mathematics

VICTORIA, MINNESOTA:

  • James Farner, English/religious studies

BEAUFORT, MISSOURI:

  • Melissa Marie Henniger, nutritional sciences

CHESTERFIELD, MISSOURI:

  • Brian Schibler, chemical biosciences/Spanish

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI:

  • Jake Manzeitis, women’s and gender studies/letters/international studies
  • Elliott Vanderford, biology

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI:

  • Avraham Revah, physics/mathematics

PETAL, MISSISSIPPI:

  • Johanna Masterson, mathematics/chemistry

BELLEVUE, NEBRASKA:

  • Mary LePorte, plant biology

EMERSON, NEBRASKA:

  • Ryan Bodlak, mechanical engineering

ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO:

  • Mackenzie Blackburn, planned program
  • Emily Eix, microbiology
  • Justin Porter, mechanical engineering

LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO:

  • Sally Grindstaff, biochemistry

LEBANON, OHIO:

  • Addison Fehl, industrial and systems engineering

JACKSON CENTER, OHIO:

  • Levi Schmitmeyer, meteorology

MASON, OHIO:

  • Olivia DeLuca, drama/theater/design

SPEARFISH, SOUTH DAKOTA:

  • Taylor DuPont, mathematics/economics

ABILINE, TEXAS:

  • William Flanagan, political science

ALLEN, TEXAS:

  • Katheryn Hawley, political science

AMARILLO, TEXAS:

  • Nicholas Curley, finance

ARLINGTON, TEXAS:

  • Madeline Washburn, chemical biosciences

AUSTIN, TEXAS:

  • Paige Welch, biomedical engineering

COPPELL, TEXAS:

  • Madison Kacor, accounting
  • Vinay Kalvacherla, religious studies

DALLAS, TEXAS:

  • Adrianna Demopulos, communication
  • Rebecca Suzanne Mighell, drama/theatre/acting

DENTON, TEXAS:

  • Logan Maltz, chemistry

FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS:

  • Kayleigh Kuyon, public and nonprofit administration/international studies
  • Blake Winters, industrial and systems engineering

FRISCO, TEXAS:

  • Elena Khoury, industrial and systems engineering

HOUSTON, TEXAS:

  • Katherine Barnett, industrial and systems engineering

KATY, TEXAS:

  • Bobbie Becker, energy management

LEWISVILLE, TEXAS:

  • Emilyanne Rowden, health and exercise science

MIDLAND, TEXAS:

  • James Pannell, mechanical engineering

PLANO, TEXAS:

  • Caroline Sue Boyd, drama/theatre/stage management
  • Rachael Cross, meteorology

RICHMOND, TEXAS:

  • Kelly Huber, psychology

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS:

  • Hunter Hansen, accounting

SPRING, TEXAS:

  • Bailee Moore, mathematics/music education

VAN ALSTYNE, TEXAS:

  • Callie Dunkerson, health and exercise science

KING GEORGE, VIRGINIA:

  • Nathanial Lydick, engineering physics

SPOKANE, WASHINGTON:

  • Timothy Fisher, management information studies

LABARGE, WYOMING:

  • Dwaine Kenney, mathematics/computer science

International students:

BASSETERRE, SAINT KITTS

  • Jamalje Bassue, biology

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA:

  • Visal So, physics

Twelve December 2018 graduates and six August 2018 graduates will also be honored at the commencement ceremony, according to the OU Info email.

December 2018 Graduates

SEARCY, ARKANSAS:

  • Crystal Neill, mathematics education

OVERLAND PARK, KANSAS:

  • Christoph Kinzel, computer science; mathematics

ELLISVILLE, MISSOURI:

  • Mariel Bednarek, Arabic

PISGAH FOREST, NORTH CAROLINA:

  • Abigail Smith, biochemistry

MIDWEST CITY, OKLAHOMA:

  • Jasmine Jones, studio arts
  • Tatiana Rosillo, English

MOORE, OKLAHOMA:

  • Rachel Tran, biology

PIEDMONT, OKLAHOMA:

  • Keston Horst, journalism/professional writing

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA:

  • Noel Wellman, world language education/elementary education

YUKON, OKLAHOMA:

  • Lauren Romero, anthropology

SUGAR LAND, TEXAS:

  • Tess Picone, marketing
  • Kestrel St. Clair, economics

August 2018 Graduates

LITTLETON, COLORADO:

  • Mollie Merino, international studies/public and non-profit administration

ARDMORE, OKLAHOMA:

  • Emilee Cross, psychology

GOLDSBY, OKLAHOMA:

  • Abraham Wallace, geophysics/musical arts

NORMAN, OKLAHOMA:

  • Christopher Leonard, physics

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA:

  • Tamara Arcisz, administrative leadership

RICHMOND, TEXAS:

  • Elena Montes, computer science
 

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