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Honors College hoods fall graduates
Wed, January 23, 2013
Seven December graduates received Honors College degrees during a recent ceremony of the Oklahoma State University Honors College.
The students were hooded by their thesis director or a college representative. Students who earn their Honors College Degree have the right to wear an honors hood with their graduation regalia. Students who completed other Honors College awards, but did not graduate in December, were also recognized and received a certificate for the award.
The Honors College Degree is the highest honor conferred with the undergraduate degree at OSU and is earned by completing both the General Honors Award and the Departmental or College Honors Award. A minimum grade point average of 3.5 is required for each of these awards, according to the Honors College.
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The following students were honored:
Clinton -- Shannon Watson, Agricultural Economics
Edmond -- Jaclyn Martin, Entomology
Oklahoma City -- John Evans, Animal Science; Daniel O'Connor, Athletic Training
Sand Springs -- Hank Boone, Mechanical Engineering
Osceola -- Amanda Neujahr, Zoology and Animal Science
Frisco -- Scott Hales, Chemical Engineering