Birmingham Area Dean’s List Students Named at UA

  • September 29th, 2004

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – A total of 659 students enrolled during the summer 2004 term at The University of Alabama made the Dean’s List with academic records of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) or above, or the President’s List with academic records of 4.0, announced Dr. Judy Bonner, UA provost and vice president for academic affairs.

The Dean’s and President’s Lists recognize full-time undergraduate students. The lists do not apply to graduate students or undergraduate students who take less than a full course load.

The summer 2004 lists include the following students from the Birmingham area:

PRESIDENT’S LIST (4.0 GPA)

BESSEMER — Robert Carl Edwards

BIRMINGHAM — 35206 — Nathan Freeman Putman, 35210 — Kristen Dionne Mardis, 35222 — Bettina R. Baer, 35226 — Leigh Elizabeth Hart, 35242 — Samil Baker, Leah Elizabeth Finley, Kelly E. Griffin, Samuel Noah Harden, Madeleine Mozell Hill, 35243 — Michael Carl Cannova, Alana Leigh Craig, Kathryn N. Petro, Andrew Robert Williams

CALERA — Bradley Stephen Pommer, Justin Thomas Wheat

GARDENDALE — Lorie E. Fitts, Melissa Kaye Grant, Patricia Nicole Merritt, Ashley Lynn Tate

GRAYSVILLE — Krystle M. Gilchrist

HOMEWOOD — Laura Kristen Segers

HOOVER — Sara Meredith Barksdale, Edward Ray Champion III, Benjamin Edward Johnson, Krystle M. Johnson, Nicole M. Oser

INDIAN SPRINGS — Megan P. Stans

LEEDS — Mary Kathleen Gibson

MCCALLA — Lynsey Brooke Tibbs

MONTEVALLO — Michael J. Hannon

MOUNT OLIVE — Joseph B. Phillips

PELHAM — Vivian J. Garrett

PINSON — Charlotte Kelly Lopez, Holly Leanne McLaughlin

VESTAVIA HILLS — Katherine L. Ellis, Jennifer Lynn Phillips, Benjamin S. Stuenkel

DEAN’S LIST

ADAMSVILLE — Jeanetta P. Wells

ALABASTER — Billy S. Burton

BESSEMER — Angela B. Milstead, Demeco Montrez Ryans, Eric Joseph Shoults

BIRMINGHAM — 35204 — Laquita Yvonne Toney, 35206 — Ashley Morgan Irwin, 35209 — Rebecca Marie Dipiazza, Gary Matthew Johnson, Carson Henry Rowell, 35211 — Leigh A. Pledger, 35213 — Julia Casey Garrett, Richey William McRoberts, Roscoe Davis Whatley, 35214 — Alexandra Ashley, Bakahri Ja’Mes Baldwin, Dramundra Yahtease Collier, Carl Hugo Davis II, Ronald L. Steele, 35215 — Chad Anthony Hullett, Ashley Kay Winther, 35216 — Lisa Marie Burke, 35223 — Stacey Marie Grubbs, John Matthew Helms, Erica Megan Henry, Alan James Lloyd, Jacob Austin Shevin, Jeffrey Dalton Stone, 35226 — Christopher H. Bailey, Meagan L. Grammer, Kevin Michael O’Byrne, David M. Reeves, Mary Elizabeth Wyatt, 35235 — Deidre Franche Horn, Sarah E. Wynn, 35242 — Candice Arlene Adkinson, William Blakey Barnes, Jenna Lauren Beattie, Grant Ellis Hyche, Sara Elise Lynn, Taylor James Martin, Darnell V. Patton, Jennifer Michelle Pino, Rebecca Corley Sartin, Justin Ryan Vinson, 35243 — Leia Marie Ferlisi, Amy Elizabeth Glenn, John T. Mullican, Barry N. Roberts

COLUMBIANA — Michael Jeremiah Collins

GARDENDALE — Robert Daniel Beard

GRAYSVILLE — Oliver B. Ham

HOMEWOOD — Matthew Leland Blackwood, Brian Daniel Collins, Elizabeth B. De Shazo, Keyton T. Hull

HOOVER — Allison Paige Daigle, Anna M. Garner, Heather Paige Halcomb, John Hays Natter, Jennifer Erin White

HUEYTOWN — Abbey Michelle King

LEEDS — David Scott Bell

MCCALLA — Brian A. Burnett, Gregory Ryan Dykes, Tara J. Magouyrk, Kevin Wayne Mills, Valerie R. Stegall

MONTEVALLO — Amanda S. Hoppers

MORRIS — Allison L. Abney, Jana Leigh Hill

PELHAM — Traci Nicole Metcalf

PINSON — Marion E. Harris, Craig Alan Harrison, Benjamin T. Hornsby, Jonathan D. Humphries, Brooke D. Thackerson, Eric R. Tippin, Jason Allen Wolfe

PLEASANT GROVE — Stephen C. Harvell, Meredith Christina Puccio

TRUSSVILLE — Jessica Nicole Cooley, Aaron Michael Davis, Alex Michael Gast, Amanda G. Oliver, Brandi Leigh Reid, Matthew Thomas Searson

VESTAVIA HILLS — William G. Maynor

WARRIOR — Nicolas Stephen Allums

Contact

Linda Hill, UA Media Relations, 205/348-8325, lhill@ur.ua.edu

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