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OU Students Achieve Perfect Grade-point Average


OU Students Achieve Perfect Grade-point Average

May 4, 2023

NORMAN, OKLA. – One hundred and sixty-nine University of Oklahoma students eligible to graduate in May maintained a perfect 4.0 grade-point average throughout their undergraduate careers at OU. Of the total, 87 reside in Oklahoma. Each of the students has completed all coursework, never making less than an “A” in class.

To commemorate their achievement, the students will be honored in a ceremony on May 4. Each student who earned an overall 4.0 GPA will receive a bronze medallion on a crimson ribbon, which may be worn during graduation ceremonies.


Students from Oklahoma being recognized are:

ARDMORE: Rylee Sudberry, communication sciences and disorders

BARTLESVILLE: Noah B. Barber, mechanical engineering; Erica Hurd, world language education

BLANCHARD: Ana Spradley, letters

BROKEN ARROW: Graham R. Chapple, mathematics, and biology; Hailey S. Dumont, biology; Erica O’Brien, advertising

CHICKASHA: Jared L. Noblitt, finance

CHOCTAW: Brooke Haden, community health; Ava D. Moore, interior design

CLAREMORE: Aaron B. Reid, industrial and systems engineering, and letters

COALGATE: Hannah E. Ivey, political science

DEL CITY: Ka’Tani Gouch, journalism

EDMOND: Saramarie O. Azzun, planned program; Ishan R. Bhanot, biology; Max J. Bouvette, chemical biosciences; Breashay F. Burke, nursing; Sara K. Jarjoura, biology; Caroline E. Judd, psychology; Alexa May Lalli, professional writing; Nathan D. Leiphart, astrophysics; Amelia K. Melton, management; Emily A. Murphy, criminology; Grayson T. Ramer, biology; Logan M. Scott, mechanical engineering; Christopher T. Sipols, microbiology

ELGIN: Allison L. McClung, English

ENID: Nicole Bushman, special education; Alex K. Kim, healthcare business; Colton S. Wamsley, industrial and systems engineering; Briley L. Yunker, biology

GRANDFIELD: Laylee Ramirez, health and exercise science

KINGFISHER: Sarah N. Sanders, biology

LAMONT: Caroline R. Muegge, communication sciences and disorders

MIDWEST CITY: Leilani Armstrong, art; Madison L. Barron, community health

MOORE: Reo Hayashizaki, finance; Trinity Mavis, elementary education

NORMAN: Willow X. Arana, industrial and systems engineering; Emma A. Base, accounting; Elizabeth L. Duncan, biomedical engineering; Kathleen S. Kernal, political science; Lauren A. Mudd, health and exercise science; Andrew R. Murray, computer engineering; Colleen Ozment, early childhood education; Reese Phillips, music; Aaron M. Pierce, computer science; Joshua A. Robinson, entrepreneurship and venture management; Arnold D. Sison, chemical engineering; Kathleen Weinand, social work; Kate F. Wheeler, biology; Alyssa Wiley, international studies

OKLAHOMA CITY: Holly Culver, communication sciences and disorders; London Faulkner, political science; Daniel J. Fitzpatrick, mechanical engineering; Joseph S. LaSala, electrical engineering; Vy T. Ngo, biology; Karson P. Potts, film and media studies; Megan C. Szymanski, letters, and planned program; Mulan Tang, biomedical engineering; Jonathon Tvaryanas, Russian, and international security studies

OWASSO: Riley Pirtle, early childhood education

PIEDMONT: Marinne Morgan, psychology

SAND SPRINGS: Kyler J. Clark, mechanical engineering

SAPULPA: Hannah D. Berry, management; Jace C. Hill, anthropology

SHAWNEE: Alexander R. Lunsford, computer science

STILLWATER: Claire H. Grace, communication

STILWELL: Erika N. Vanderheiden, architectural engineering

TULSA: Mia Bockelman, criminology, and psychology; Emma Clary, psychology, and biology; Sydni Eagleton, planned program; Amy Gonders, early childhood education; Anna C. LaGere, international business; Bradley C. McNeese, finance; Emma Shealy, creative media production; Nicholas F. Stoia, computer engineering; Nicholas J. Thompson, computer science; Isabella Zaidle, letters

WOODWARD: Brayden L. Love, political science


Also being recognized are:

ROGERS, ARKANSAS: Kaylee E. Jackson, accounting

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Justin M. Marlow, drama

BOULDER, COLORADO: Julian C. Schima, meteorology

CENTENNIAL, COLORADO: Ian P. Gray, architectural studies

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO: John B. Powers, microbiology

FORT COLLINS, COLORADO: Lauren E. Martis, community health

BOLTON, CONNECTICUT: Julianne M. Fisher, economics

JUPITER, FLORIDA: Olivia P. Payson, political science, and musical theatre

ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Angelora Castellano, classics, and international studies

LAKE VILLA, ILLINOIS: Nicholas C. Schneider, electrical engineering

CLEAR LAKE, IOWA: Rowan M. Fread, linguistics, and Spanish

IOWA CITY, IOWA: Colleen Bloeser, community health

TURIN, ITALY: Abdessattar Karim, management information systems

DERBY, KANSAS: Katrina M. Mason, environmental engineering

KANSAS CITY, KANSAS: Cody L. Davis, meteorology

LAWRENCE, KANSAS: Sophia A. Mitra, nursing; Samantha M. Williams, biomedical engineering

PITTSBURG, KANSAS: Devin M. McAfee, meteorology

SANDWICH, MASSACHUSETTS: Joseph F. Rotondo, meteorology, and mathematics

ROCHESTER HILLS, MICHIGAN: Rohit R. Mital, biology


LEE’S SUMMIT, MISSOURI: Kinady G. Allen, music education

OMAHA, NEBRASKA: Emma K. Safranek, meteorology

NORTH LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Hannah L. Bermudez, accounting

MARS, PENNSYLVANIA: Dylan N. Becker, biology

WEST GROVE, PENNSYLVANIA: Luke H. Kaucic, mathematics, and finance

AUSTIN, TEXAS: Kale A. Kitlowski, biology; Tucker W. Wise, finance

BELTON, TEXAS: Marcus C. Ake, meteorology, mathematics, and German; Jack Cornette, computer engineering

COPPELL, TEXAS: Kaitlyn Sork, nursing

DALLAS, TEXAS: Mia Alvarado, human relations; David Asche, journalism; Courtney A. Lambert, marketing; Alexis C. Reardon, marketing; Elise M. Welch, human health and biology

FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS: Paige N. Stanley, political science; Faith Townsend, public relations; Hannah Walthall, nursing

FORT WORTH, TEXAS: Peyton C. Armstrong, social work; Abigail Averitte, psychology; Kate B. Liao, biology, and economics; Attie E. Marshall, environmental sustainability; Abigail A. Ring, accounting

FRISCO, TEXAS: Kylie N. Prys, nursing

HEATH, TEXAS: Morgan E. Lamberth, economics

HOLLIDAY, TEXAS: Chase N. Borchardt, sports business

HOUSTON, TEXAS: Rachel P. Hallett, nursing; Susan A. McConn, psychology; Spencer-Kate Webb, marketing

IRVING, TEXAS: Catherine G. Meenan, accounting

KELLER, TEXAS: Delaney McDonald, public relations; Emma G. Shields, chemical engineering

LONGVIEW, TEXAS: Nitin Rangu, psychology

LUBBOCK, TEXAS: Julia C. Camp, psychology

MCKINNEY, TEXAS: Kevin M. Fritz, biomedical engineering; Kirsten N. Hesita, nursing

MURPHY, TEXAS: Margaret Le, human health and biology

NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS: Julia Weatherford, international studies

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, TEXAS: Micah D’Armand de Chateauvieux, biochemistry

PLANO, TEXAS: Amal N. Al-Hafi, marketing; Cooper S. Slay, accounting

ROCKWALL, TEXAS: Graeson N. Lynskey, drama

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: Sutton Bristol, creative media production

SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS: Delaney B. Bell, visual communication, Barrett R. Engler, political science

SUNRAY, TEXAS: Kaiden J. Nelson, mechanical engineering

WESTLAKE, TEXAS: Hannah L. Johnston, marketing

GLEN ALLEN, VIRGINIA: Ethan M. Schaefer, meteorology

MECHANICSVILLE, VIRGINIA: Victor Reynolds, social studies education

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA: Imogen Connell, professional writing

JACKSON, WYOMING: Kathlyn Dannewald, environmental studies, and political science

YEREVAN, ARMENIA: Kristina Aleksanyan, international studies

TORONTO, CANADA: David Sandro, supply chain management

GUAM: Brittany N. Treaster, psychology

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Joy Nath, linguistics, and economics

TURIN, ITALY: Abdessattar Karim, management information systems

NEPAL: Angat N. Yogi, management information systems

OMAN: Mohammed Ali Aamir Al Hinaai, architectural engineering

PIESTANY, SLOVAKIA: Jakub Kostka, international security studies

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