Local students make Mississippi College President's, Dean's List
June 16, 2002
CLINTON Mississippi College has named local students to the President's List and Dean's List for the academic semester of spring 2002.
In order to be eligible for the President's List, a student must maintain a 4.0 or "straight A's" based on a 4.0 system while taking at least 12 semester hours of undergraduate credit with all academic courses impacting their grade point average.
Local students on the President's List are:
Andrea Kelly Barker, Roy Andrew Dabbs Jr., Karen Emily Hand, Heather Lane Johnson, Kristen Paige Johnson and Rebecca Sara-Nell McCarty, all of Meridian and Mindy Brooke Espey of Collinsville.
In order to be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must maintain a 3.5 or better grade point average based on a 4.0 system. The student must take a full course load of at least 12 semester hours of undergraduate credit with all academic courses impacting their grade point average.
Local students on the Dean's List are:
Cristie Lee Green, April Teresa Hand,, Julia Lynn Pollman and Adrian Lyle Spidle, all of Meridian and Daniel Wade Watson of Toomsuba.
More than 60 Meridian Community College students have been included in the 2002 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges.
Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory have included the names of the students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success.
Tapped were Anna Bailey, La'Toya Capers, Tina Clearman, David Close, Sammie Cole, Preston Cooper, Brandy Cramblitt, Courtney Darnell, Alison Davis, Brad Dearman, Brent Doolittle, Jennifer Edwards, Chirsity Green, Phillip Hendricks, Jason Holladay, Frances Holliday, Jessie Houston, Trent Hughes, Keith Jacoby, Tanya Moorehead, Monica Mosely, Christine Myers, Anson Norwood, Jennifer Olson, Jared Rainer, Chord Robinson, Tyler Scarbrough, Cynthia Shelby, Jenna Shults, Jennifer Simmons, Abert Smith, Mary Evelyn Smith, Mandy Snell, Shawn Stewart, Joel Stinson, Jana Sylvera, Michael Turner, Andrew Webb, Deanna Wilson and Elizabeth Anderson Woodall, all of Meridian;
Karla Boutwell, Kevin McDonald and Trisha Dawn Moore, all of Quitman; Jenny Bowles, Tammy Carroll and Rana Winstead, all of Philadelphia; Chris Davis of Bessemer, Ala.; Lori Dickens of Hickory; Michael Goodson of Vicksburg; Cameron Hunt, David Vance and Dana Vance, all of Eupora; Gina Jarrell of Enterprise; Sharon McCaskey and Candiland West, both of Waynesboro; Katrina Nelson of Butler, Ala.; Lee Seymour of Sandersville; Adam Smith of Coatopa, Ala.; Lindsey Spenser of Maben; Genice Terry of Raymond; Lisa Walker of Newton; Stephanie Woods of Louisville; and Melissa Wooten of Florence.
RUSTON, La. James Brian Machamer and Brandon Snyder, both of Meridian have been named to Louisiana Tech University's spring quarter honors lists.
STARKVILLE Software engineering majors and twin brothers, Shane L. Fox and Shea L. Fox of Meridian were among Mississippi State University students honored by the U.S. Navy.
Eight members of associate professor Rayford Vaughn's software engineering class recently received certificates from the Naval Oceanographic Office at the John C. Stennis Space Center in Hancock County. At the Navy's request, the class took on a project to make information contained in a multitude of databases easier to access.
Mary Ellen Brown of DeKalb is among 17 Mississippi State University seniors newly inducted into the university's Society of Scholars in Arts and Sciences.
The limited-membership organization annually inducts MSU's most outstanding upper-level undergraduate and graduate students. Persons selected for the rigorous screening process must demonstrate a sound foundation in languages, mathematics, science, oral and written communication, humanities, and social sciences.
Brown is an international business major and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Brown.
STARKVILLE Katie E. Pigford of Meridian has received the 2002-2003 Hulett Scholarship to support her continued study of science at Mississippi State University.
Made possible through an endowment from Dr. Karen D. Hulett, an MSU alumna and her husband, Dr. William B. Hulett, of Jackson, the $2,000 award recognizes the classroom achievements of students at the sophomore level or higher, enrolled in any science major.
Pigford, a junior biological sciences major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pigford and a 2000 Lamar High School graduate.
The Hulett Endowed Scholarship is an open fund in the MSU Foundation and may be increased through additional contributions.
BRISTOL, Tenn. Justin Hunter Chandler of Philadelphia was named to the Dean's List at King College for the 2002 spring semester.
ANDERSON, Ind. Anderson University has announced its Dean's List for the second semester of the 2001-2002 academic year.
To be named to the Dean's List, a student must earn a semester grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a scale of 4.0.
Local students named to the Dean's List were David L. Schultz and Erin J. Wheatley, both of Meridian.