Students Selected For Optometry Honor Society Awards

TAHLEQUAH – More than 300 awards were presented to deserving students during Northeastern State University’s 40th Annual Honors Assembly on Friday, April 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Center for Performing Arts. Students in several categories were recognized including the Optometry Honor Society Award for which students are nominated by faculty or administrators.

Other awards included the Academic Achievement, Honor Society, Student Activities, and Who's Who Awards.
To be eligible, recipients must have completed at least two full semesters at Northeastern; in at least two college-approved organizations or activities while at Northeastern; accumulated a grade-point average of 3.50 (if a senior with 90 or more hours, 3.65, if a junior with more than 60 hours but fewer than 89 hours 3.75, or if a sophomore with more than 30 hours but fewer than 59 hours); and demonstrated excellence in academic achievement, citizenship, leadership, group participation, moral and social development.

Optometry award winners:

Arkansas

Camden

Kristen Teague

Fort Smith

Celina Hall

Kansas

Derby

Reuben Thomas

Garden City

Scott Ackerman

Manhattan

Nathan Kluttz

Newton

Lori Barton

New Mexico

Roswell

Jamie Dunn

Oklahoma

Claremore

Lacy Crissup

Clinton

Randi Day

Coalgate

Brett Howell

Cushing

Chloe Fielding

Elk City

Kelly Pasby

Enid

Scott Hibbetts

Muskogee

Jackie Burress

Okarche

Carrie Suttle

Oklahoma City

  • Ryan Emrick
  • Debbie Rickard Murnan

Pryor

Ramie Newton

Roland

Kimberley Brunk

Tahlequah

  • Jeffrey Berger
  • Kyle Craig
  • Jacoby Dewald
  • Mallorre Dill
  • Tory Dotson
  • Ryan Fenska
  • Christopher McDaniels
  • Ashley McFerron
  • Scott Mendell
  • Nicole Morrissey
  • Mina Pakzad
  • Jarren Ray
  • Monica Rein
  • Adam Schluterman
  • Elizabeth Schulz
  • Whitney Scott
  • Sarah Wade
  • Chris Wolfe

Tulsa

  • Julie McCoy
  • Shannon Morgans

Woodward

Brian Zwanziger

5/7/2008

 
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