Lamar names President’s and Dean’s Lists for fall 2008
A total of 424 Lamar University students achieved perfect 4.0 grade point averages to earn places on the President’s List for the 2008 fall semester, President James Simmons announced. Another 761 Lamar University students earned places on the Deans’ List.
To qualify for the President’s List, a student must carry a full-time course load of 12 semester hours or more and attain a 4.0 GPA. To qualify for the Deans’ List, a student must carry a full course load of 12 semester hours or more. Freshmen and sophomores must earn a grade-point average of 3.40 or higher, and juniors and seniors must attain a GPA of 3.60 or higher. Students earning places on the President’s List also are included on the Deans’ Lists of their respective colleges.
Orange County students making the President’s and Deans List appear below, with students listed by hometowns and in alphabetical order by majors.
BRIDGE CITY: Kenneth James Prosperie Jr., chemistry; Christopher Scott Lampman, Jake Alan Truncale, electrical engineering; Jennifer Clarke, English; Hannah Kate Guillotte, environmental science; Amy Lynn Guidry, family and consumer sciences; Cayla Ann Angelle, Amy Elizondo, Jordan Louis Lemoine, general business; Madison Davis, history; Jay Ramirez, interdisciplinary studies; Shanonn Nichole Toohey, management.
MAURICEVILLE: Carrie Elaine Oldbury, communication disorders; Katherine Marie White, general business; Jonathan Michael Miller, management information systems.
ORANGE: Kelly O’Neal Leger, applied arts and sciences; Stephen Dotson, biochemistry; Robert Anthony Simon, biology; Doyle Bean Jr., chemical engineering; Andrew Lee Bean, chemistry; Mark Eaves, Katherine Robards, communication; Megan Danielle Oubre, Olivia Roy, communication disorders; Brian Hodge, electrical engineering; Crissa Leigh Bonnin, English; Kevin Broussard, general studies; Eamonn Reid Handley, Shanley Hubbard, interdisciplinary studies; Kalli Schrei Curry, kinesiology; Jonathan Paul Broussard, Jason Wade Faulk, management information systems; Brian Schlabs, marketing; Trey Perkins, pre-medicine; Brett Bertles, provisional-chemical engineering; Sarah Dyane Fleming, psychology.
ORANGEFIELD: Laura Whitmire, history.
BRIDGE CITY: Jimmie Wayne Coyle, accounting; Jessica Lynn Maass, Amber Wheatley, biology; Kristi Anne Psencik, family and consumer sciences; Laura Clark, general business; Lauren Ashley James, general studies; Carly Michelle Wright, marketing; Joshua Daniel Durham, mechanical engineering; Melinda Griffith, political science; Taylor Lynn Miller, Shannon Young, pre-nursing-bachelor; Hunter Ryan Hays, provisional-industrial technology; Mark Placette, provisional-mechanical engineering.
MAURICEVILLE: Ethan Lane McKay, general studies.
ORANGE: Lynli Fay Bonin, Christen Marie Staton, accounting; Bradley Vermeulen, biology; Adam Burton, Erinn Celeste Callahan, Brianna Lynn Meadows, Charlie Sullivan, communication; Lori Ruth Hicks, communication disorders; Brian Slacum, economics; Lanston Matthew Fults, electrical engineering; Joe Meredith Parish, environmental science; Travis Lee Brewer, exercise science and fitness management; Holly Leann Hammond, Jacqueline Toups, family and consumer sciences; Drew Davidson, finance; Whitney Blayne Winder, general business; Alyssa Deramus, Derek Lynn Tilley, general studies; Elise Volkmann, high school co-enrollment; Aleisha Dawn Bornette, Katey Renee Burnaman, Joy Lynn Courtier, Ashley Thomas, Regina Toohey, interdisciplinary studies; Oliver Frank Peveto III, kinesiology; Nicholas Tyler Davis, Adam Denison, management information systems; Paul Vincent Broussard, Rebecca Danielle Kent, Haleigh Morgan Still, music; Jamie Lynn Holmes, political science; Danielle Graffagnino, pre-medicine; Kaci Nichole Harrison, Jessica Darlene Hughes, Renee Therese Morris, pre-nursing-bachelor; Nicholas Allen, Chelsey Maxine Bromley, provisional-chemical engineering; Sarah Joy Wion, provisional-electrical engineering; Sarah Elise Kain, studio art.
ORANGEFIELD: Whitney Paige Mott, communication.