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Honors College Seniors of Significance

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

--Stillwater, OK

This year the Oklahoma State University Alumni Association identified 48 young men and women as Seniors of Significance. 

The Seniors of Significance award recognizes students who have excelled in scholarship, leadership and service to campus and community and have brought distinction to OSU. In the spring, these 48 students will have the opportunity to interview for the Outstanding Senior award.

Many Honors College students once again have been recognized not only for their exceptional scholarly achievements but also their dedication to the campus and community. Although only 374 of this year's 5,373 seniors are honors students, our students represent almost 40% of those selected for this award. We are ecstatic that 18 of the 48 recipients are active members of the Honors College and would like to congratulate them on the accomplishment.

Seniors of Significance (Honors Students)

Alicia Aguilar, Chemical Engineering and Biochemistry, Edmond, Oklahoma
Brooke Bastie, English, Spanish and Geography, Dallas, Texas
Gage Calhoon, Finance, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Brya D'Abrosca, Health Education and Promotion – Exercise and Health, Dallas, Texas
Ashley Donovan, Psychology and Applied Sociology, Lawton, Oklahoma
Lana Duke, Nutrition, Edmond, Oklahoma
Cassidy Gierhart, Chemical Engineering, Choctaw, Oklahoma
Omar Ibarra, Health Education and Promotion – Exercise and Health, Guymon, Oklahoma
Michael Jamaleddine, Microbiology/Cell and Molecular Biology, Sociology and Philosophy, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Grayson Kuehny, Agricultural Economics, Elmore City, Oklahoma
Aubrey McCutchan, Civil Engineering, Collinsville, Oklahoma
Nicholas Nelsen, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering, Stillwater, Oklahoma
Grace Ogden, Plant and Soil Sciences, Muskogee, Oklahoma
Macy Perry, Animal Science, Prather, California
Andrew Schulz, Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics, Pullman, Washington
Josh Seaberg, Chemical Engineering, Moline, Illinois
Caleb Wilson, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Wendy Lau Wong, Industrial Engineering and Management, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma