Twenty-two Graduates Recognized as Honors College Scholars

The Areté Society is proud to announce that twenty-two recent Henderson State University graduates have been distinguished as Honors College Scholars.

A student must maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.25 while taking a minimum of 28 hours of course work each academic year. Students who complete 24 hours of “Honors” designated course work, maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or higher, and satisfy all other requirements for graduation will receive their diplomas with the distinction of “Henderson State University Honors College Scholar.”

The Honors College Scholars recognized at the May 2011 graduation commencement consist of:

  • Amanda Adams, B.S. in Nursing
  • Tracie Blair, B.S. in Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Blake Campbell, B.A. in Social Sciences
  • Heather Collier, B.S. in Biology & Chemistry
  • Justina DeLong, B.S. in Psychology
  • Rafael Gallaher, B.A. in General Studies
  • Claudia Gonzalez, B.S. in Biology
  • Emily Hearnsberger, B.S. in Biology
  • Camille Hollis, B.S. in Psychology
  • Nathan Holloway, B.A. in English
  • Holly Humphries, B.S. in Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Laura Jennings, B.A. in English & History
  • Steven Keith, B.S. in Physics
  • Taylor Loy, B.A. in Political Science
  • Jennifer Meek, B.S. in Physical Education
  • Steven Martin, B.A. in History
  • Diane Mulanga, B.B.A. in Business Administration & Management
  • Wresha Parajuli, B.S. in Physics
  • Cayla Smith, B.B.A. in Marketing
  • Michel Staal, B.A. in Sociology
  • Brittany Suggs, B.S. in Biology
  • Maggie Welch, B.A. in English
  • Shannon Wittig, B.A. in Psychology & History

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