The Edmond Sun

Education

February 21, 2014

Oklahoma State announces Fall 2013 graduates

STILLWATER — Oklahoma State University awarded degrees to a total of 1,648 students this past fall, including 868 Oklahomans, according to the Office of the Registrar.

Graduates are listed along with degree and subject area. Degrees earned with distinction — summa cum laude, magna cum laude or cum laude — are noted to the right of the degree earned.

Edmond students graduating in the fall of 2013 including the following: Aubrey Ann Atherton, BHS Human Development and Family Science; Nicole Marie Barnes, BS Elementary Education; Albert W. Bode, BSBA Finance; Morgan Elizabeth Boswell, BS Strategic Communications; Sarene Marie Bronkey, BHS Hotel & Restaurant Administration; Taryn Vaughn Brown, BA Architectural Engineering; Cody A. Chaney, BSET Fire Protection & Safety Tech; Michele Suzanne Charbeneau, MS Accounting; Margaret Alice Clark, BHS Design Housing & Merchandising; Katie Lee Cole, BSBA Management; Charles E. Dailey, MS Telecommunications Management; Jaclyn Leigh Denny, BHS Design Housing & Merchandising; Ryan Evan England, BUS University Studies; Robert Mark Evenson Jr., MS Aviation and Space; Maxwell Taylor Glossen, BSBA International Business; Jacob Dalton Grubbs, BSBA Economics; Jacob Dalton Grubbs, BSBA Economics; Jacob Duane Hall, BSET Mechanical Engineering Tech; Ashley Nichole Hatchel, BHS Design Housing & Merchandising; Kevin Scott Haworth, BSBA Management; Sarah Laine Holder, BS Elementary Education; and Nicholas Eugene Hollrah, BS Journalism & Broadcasting.

Other Edmond graduates include Kristen Rebecca Kastner, BS Communication, Science & Disorder; Nicholas Taylor Landrum, BA Pathology; Emily Anne Layton, BS Strategic Communication; Allison Elizabeth Lee, BS Secondary Education; Brentley A. Lindsey, BSAG Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; Daniel Camille Maranto, BSME Mechanical Engineering; Chase M. Mashburn, BSBA Management; Catie Renae Mathis, BS Elementary Education; Emilie J. McClanahan, BS Strategic Communication; Matthew Bryson McLain, BSBA Marketing; Wade Foster McLanahan, BSET Mechanical Engineering Tech; Kathryn Ann Moore, MS Accounting; Alexandra Elizabeth Mullock, MS Plant & Soil Science; Indu Nagi, MS Biosystems Engineering; Emily Lauren Northcutt, BHS Hotel & Restaurant Administration; Evan Michael Novotny, BSEE Electrical Engineering; Jeff K. Noyes, BSBA Management Information System; Kimberly Justine Olesen, BSCP Computer Engineering; Jennifer Marie Ortman, BS Secondary Education; Ethan Allen Pollock, BSAG Natural Research, Ecology & Management; Dale Jonathan Ratheal, BSIE Industrial Engineering & Management; Brian Colin Rayner, MS Civil Engineering; Kelly Marie Roberts, PhD Human Sciences; Eric W. Robinson, MBA Business Administration; Lauren Elizabeth Romano, BSCV Civil Engineering; Nathan H. Rosecrans, BS Geography; Adam Ross Schaefer, BSBA Economics; and Brentley A. Lindsey, BSAG Biochemistry & Molecular Biology.

Additional Edmond graduates include Christopher Wayne Scott, BS Aerospace Administration and Operation; Ethan Andrew Scott, BSAE Aerospace Engineering; Alex Lewis Sharp, BS Psychology; Sheldon Stewart Thomas, BSAG, Natural Research, Ecology & Management; Jonathan A. Singer, BS Sports Media; Alexander Mitchell Smith, BSEE Electrical Engineering; Peyton Parris Stacy, BA Psychology; Jeremy Austin Storm, BSCP Computer Engineering; Jessica Ann Suellentrop, MBA Business Administration; Stephen M. Swanson, MS Electrical Engineering; Robert Zach Taylor, BHS Hotel & Restaurant Administration; Pierce Jacob Theobald, BS Political Science, Lucas Spencer White, BSBA Accounting; Natalie Beth Wilenken, BSBA Management; Christopher Blake Willis, MS Entrepreneurship; Kristen Michelle Willis, BSAG Horticulture, cum laude; Damian Lavelle Wilson, BSET Mechanical Engineering Tech; and Natalie Evon Yandell, MS Human Development and Family Science.

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