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Honors College students hooded for fall 2016 semester
Thu, March 02, 2017
The OSU Honors College honored 32 students during a hooding ceremony on Dec. 9, 2016, in the Old Central Assembly Hall. The degree is the highest academic distinction awarded to those receiving an OSU undergraduate degree, and students donned the Honors College hood during the fall 2016 commencement ceremony.
This award designates the successful completion of all the Honors College Degree requirements with a minimum grade point average of 3.5. It is earned by completing several hours of additional academic requirements for a General Honors Award and a Departmental or College Honors Award.
To view photos of honorees with President Burns Hargis, visit https://flic.kr/s/aHskRtJyYd. For more information about the Honors College, contact The Honors College at 405-744-6799 or visit honors.okstate.edu.
The students honored are listed below along with their degrees.
Joshua Phillips, environmental science
Avonlea Keenan, geography
Ashley Vinson, political science
Heather Sayre, agricultural education
Courtney West, English
Devyn Lavoie, marketing
Lauren Schmidt, biological science
Taylor Mastin, industrial engineering and management
Matthew Allen, computer science
Zadie Cook, agribusiness
Erica Crockett, nutritional sciences
Logan Sirbaugh, electrical engineering
Maggie Knobbe, studio art
Morgan Brun, architectural engineering
Rachel Reisch, physiology
Annelise Poss, nutritional sciences
Evyn Kron, marketing
Marshall Earnest, mechanical engineering
Rahul Chidurala, computer engineering
Anthony Biamont, architecture
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Andrew Blye, marketing
Hannah Hillegas, civil engineering
Abby Hebenstreit, marketing
Emily Ferranti, animal science
Sara Reding, entrepreneurship and marketing
Alexander Smith, political science
Nick Baril, sports media
Kate McKinney, animal science
Erik Dartsch, finance
Story by Catherine Wilson