January 30, 2013

Digest - 01.30.13 - College announcements

January 30, 2013

— Area NSU students named to Dean's Honor Roll

Northeastern State University has announced students named to the NSU dean's honor rolls for the fall 2012 semester.

Each semester, NSU recognizes students who have achieved superior academic performance by naming them to this honor roll.

Dean's honor roll students from Fort Gibson include:

Devyn Moran, Amelia Taylor, Nana Wallace, Bethany Williams, Tyler Yaussy, Kelli Nettles, Jonathan Read, Dylan Hunter, Brooklyn Bush, Saysha Sisco, Staci Owens, Kayla Bell, Holly Caddell, Sarah Kelley, Rachael Sugg, Eric Rouse, Jessica White, Kendall Owen, Amanda Wood, Belinda Jaynes, Nichole Clark.

To be eligible for the dean's honor roll, students must complete at least 12 hours of undergraduate classes with a grade-point average of 3.5 and no grades below a B.

Area students

graduate from NSU

The following students from Fort Gibson graduated from Northeastern State University in the fall of 2012: Kendra Armstrong, Bachelor of Science — Organizational Leadership; David Boling, Bachelor of Science — Computer Science; Jessica White, Bachelor of Science — Biology-Cellular; Myles Reel, Bachelor of Science — Biology-Fish and Wildlife; James Bywater, Master of Science — Counseling Psychology; Nicholas Durrett, Bachelor of Business Administration — Management; Eric Rouse, Bachelor of Science — Biology-Cellular; Patrick Thompson, Bachelor of General Studies.

Area students named to

President's Honor Roll

Northeastern State University has announced students named to the NSU president's honor roll for the fall 2012 semester.

Each semester, NSU recognizes students who have achieved superior academic performance by naming them to this honor roll.

President's honor roll students from Fort Gibson include:

Brooke Bratu, Haley Castor, Taryn Dunn, Katherine Singleton, Rhonda Russell, Destanie Robison, Rachel Milligan, Christen Pruet, Emily Simpson, Patrick Thompson, Ashley Stoddard, Nicholas Martin, Eric Holton.

To be eligible for the president's honor roll, students must complete at least 12 hours of undergraduate classes with a 4.0 grade-point average. 

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