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Monday, 30 September 2013 16:34

The Achafoa Chapter of Mortar Board at Oklahoma State University has selected twenty students as the Top Ten Freshmen women and Top Ten Freshmen men for 2013.

A total of 40 students, who are now sophomores, underwent a second round of interviews from OSU faculty, staff and students before the selection was narrowed to the top ten men and top ten women on campus. The honor is based on scholarship, leadership and service during their freshman year.

“This group of men and women are a wonderful representation of our university and all it has to offer,” said Katy Allen, the Mortar Board Top Ten Freshmen coordinator. “It makes me so proud to be an Oklahoma State student to see such intelligent and involved young men and women.”

The 20 students will be formally recognized during a ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 5, in the Browsing Room of Edmon Low Library, and again later that day during half time of the OSU-Kansas State football game.

TOP TEN MEN:
OKLAHOMA
BARNSDALL
Matthew Chuning, Mechanical Engineering
 
CHOCTAW
Clay Newton, Chemical Engineering
 
EDMOND
Cole Parsons, Finance / Accounting / Spanish
 
OWASSO
Matthew Gallagher, Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering
 
STILLWATER
Mason Strom, Management Information Systems / Information Assurance / Pre-Optometry
Shawn Vick, Biosystems Engineering
 
TULSA
Daniel Anderson, Industrial Engineering / Management
Dyne Buckley, Mechanical Engineering
Brett Humphrey, Finance
 
OREGON
CLACKAMAS
Jason Wetzler, Agricultural Leadership
 
TOP TEN WOMEN:
OKLAHOMA
ADA
Charlie Gibson, Economics / Pre-Law
 
BROKEN AAROW
Amanda Jones, Strategic Communications
 
CHOCTAW
Emmie Humphrey, Human Development and Family Sciences / Pre-Med
 
EDMOND
Carlie Pearson, Zoology / Pre-Med
 
GORE
Madison Cotherman, Marketing
 
MAYSVILLE
Mary Temple-Lee, Animal Science / Animal Biotechnology
 
OKLAHOMA CITY
Kourtney Brooks, Entrepreneurship
 
WOODWARD
Allison Meinders, Business / Pre-Law
 
YUKON
Kaylen Baker, Animal Science / Business
 
NEBRASKA
OMAHA
Emily Martin, Nutritional Sciences – Allied Health