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GSU lists spring honors
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Several local Georgia Southern University students have earned academic honors for the spring 2007 term.
By hometowns, those listed to the president’s list include:
• Senior Summer M. Mock, early childhood education
• Senior Meredith E. Boggs, broadcasting;
• Freshman Ashley N. Burnett, pre-exercise science;
• Senior Locke A. Hamilton, information technology/telecommunications and network administration;
• Senior Nicholas J. Heron, sports management;
• Junior Christina E. Larson, pre-business;
• Sophomore Natalie N. LeBron, pre-business;
• Senior Japheth E. Parker, English;
• Freshman Rachel A. Parrish, pre-business; and
• Senior Kenyana C. White, community health.
They achieved perfect 4.0 grade point averages with a minimum of 12 credit hours for the semester.
Students listed on Georgia Southern’s dean’s list for the spring 2007 term include:
Fort Stewart
• Senior Heather M. Arthurs, early childhood education
• Junior Chawntae L. Bennett, pre-business;
• Freshman Henry L. Dick, civil engineering technology;
• Sophomore Karl L. Dorsey, pre-business;
• Freshman Sharonda N. Dugger, pre-education middle grades education;
• Senior Kenneth E. Fannon, information technology;
• Senior Shellie N. Fongeallaz, nursing;
• Sophomore Benjamin J. Hinton, undeclared;
• Sophomore Kevin L. Hoover, mechanical engineering;
• Jessica E. Jenkinson, hotel/restaurant management;
• Senior Marion J. Kuehne, writing and linguistics;
• Freshman Christina M. Payne, pre-business;
• Senior Tamekia A. Powell, pre-business;
• Senior Alisia T. Sargeant, finance;
• Sophomore Fernanda O. Spiegel, pre-nursing;
• Senior Carl M. Stanford, pre-education-history;
• Senior Adrian P. Tomlinson, finance; and
• Senior Amy M. Yarbrough, early childhood education.
• Senior Megan N. Bunkley, biology; and
• Sophomore Matthew R. Gunnells, pre-business.
• Senior Shirita L. Alvin, pre-education early childhood education[ and
• Senior LaTonya N. Frazier, exercise science.
• Sophomore Alexander G. Wieberg, history.
To be eligible, a student must have at least a 3.50 grade point average and carry a minimum of 12 credit hours for the semester.
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