Tuscaloosa Area Dean’s List Students Named at UA

  • September 22nd, 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 Tuscaloosa area:

PRESIDENT’S LIST (4.0 GPA)

ALICEVILLE — Phillip Greg Robbins, Shelisha Linea Steele

BERRY — Laura Elizabeth Richardson

BROOKWOOD — Tammy S. Smith, Jeana Lee Thompson

CENTREVILLE — Jeffrey Todd Bridges, Angela Faith Stewart

COKER — Michael David Mills

COTTONDALE — Mark Phillip Daggert, Brandy Gail Stewart

FAYETTE — Katherine Ann Collins, Jennifer Lee Dean

GORDO — Julia P. Floyd, Starla Shea Fulgham, Errica Rena Thomas

GREENSBORO — Lindsey Brooke Seale

LAWLEY — Hollie V. Huey

MOUNDVILLE — Eloise E. James, Kristy Leigh King

NORTHPORT — Sharene Abrams, Brenda Covington Davis, Erin Mele Gregg, Andrew Garrett Hutchison, Rachel D. Hutchison, Sharon Lynn Radigan, Clint Alan Randolph, Erik J. Steimle, William T. Stephens

TUSCALOOSA — Emad Mohamed Abdel-Raouf, Lindsey C. Booth, Lauren Elizabeth Bryant, James Scott Casper, Sharon Cynthia Cody, Casey Daniel Contos, Crystal Lynn Cremer, Stephanie C. Emens, Michael Christopher Frost, Joshua Grammer, Kelli Marie Hamm, Jennifer Huggins, Jeremy S. Jackson, Paul Lanier Jones, Mary Elizabeth Laycock, Dwight William Lewis, Erin Sara Lewis, Kristin Renee-Doyle Lundberg, Jason Brian Mackey, Shelley Marie McLain, Miranda L. McPherson, Robert Hiden Mudd III, Leah Miranda Odom, Jennifer Taylor Ray, Geoffrey Martin Reis, Jessica J. Schick, Aaron Reese Sherman, Lee M. Singer, Christopher Wade Smith, Jonathan M. Smith, Kobie Alexander Smith, Kathryn G. Tippey, Tiffany L. Trimm, Charles Brooks Ward

VANCE — Monalisa M. Harbin

VERNON — William M. Turner

WEST BLOCTON — Julie A. Seagle

DEAN’S LIST

BEAVERTOWN — Jana C. Hughes

BROOKWOOD — Robert Clinton Snider

CARROLLTON — Jeremy John Perkins

CENTREVILLE — Heather Nichole Levert, Valerie E. Metclaf

COKER — Jaime Melinda Houston, David Scott Mathews

COTTONDALE — Kimberly M. Colburn, Tracy M. Farley, Jeremy Allen Flannery, Meredith S. Hughes, Clinton Derek McFerrin

DEMOPOLIS — Ashley Anne Green, Audrey L. Hill, Allison Leigh Tucker

DUNCANVILLE — William Geary Hewett Jr., Colby B. Mouchette

EUTAW — Lee Reynolds Banks

FAYETTE — Larry E. Burnette, Charlie V. Davis, Emily Crimm Hubbert, Crystal Faye South

FORKLAND — Lauren Kay Taylor

FOSTERS — Rachel Ellen Grooms

GORDO — Jamie Lyn Cargile, Cristy L. Kirk

LINDEN — Alicia Renee Barrineau, Lee Ann Yelverton

MARION — Joseph R. Freeman, Terrille Carson Oakes

NORTHPORT — James Ryan Alverson, Anita S. Anderson, Virginia Fowler Bailey, Lannis Jermaine Baxley, Jonnie Alison Beasley, James L. Bowman, Jennifer L. Brownlee, Jonathan David Chesnut, Megan Reed Cottle, Danielle N. Ferguson, Jennafer Ruth Gaddis, Jeffrey Jerome Hayes, Kenneth Joshua Johnson, Jenny Lin, Jaime Lynn Lyons, Tiffani Michelle Lyons, Alissa Danielle Metzger, Shannon Marie Pekera, Sarah M. Robinson, Quinton Edward Sanders, Martha Alexa Shelton, Kathryn Ford Swann, Russell N. Torgusen, Jeremy Dean Williams, Maria Mercedes Zambrano

RALPH — Christina Leavelle Crawford, Mary Grace Rogers

SAWYERVILLE — James Eric Bailey

TUSCALOOSA — Robin William Allen, Anthony Ballard, Michael Dale Barker, Wen Bin, Lauren A. Boyd, Kristi Lee Brannen, James Gregory Brown, John Carlos Brown, Andrew B. Bush, Katie Elizabeth Campbell, Misty Heather Castle, Arvin Brian Clegg, Kevin Wayne Croom, William Parker Curl, Litha J. Darshanon-Cummings, William John Delsa, Troy J. Dent, Christopher Timothy Didyoung, Brandy J. Earnest, John M. Giblin, Hannah M. Golden, Jason L. Golden, Reagan Ann Golightly, Jennifer Carey Goodman, Jasmine Renae Gosa, Jerars D. Gosa, Ace J. Guenther, Lauren M. Hall, William Daniel Hall, Kevin Doyle Hancock, Marjorie Nell Harris, Tunza Leistacey Hill, Edward Lee Howard Jr., Holly Lynn Hyde, Jennifer Ann Johnson, Josiah Warren Joiner, Brent Thomas Jones, Brittni Danielle Jones, Raphael C. Jones, Hazel Josafat Herrera, Rebecca Elizabeth Joyner, Cassie A. Kell, Shenekia Shawon Kennedy, Amy Elizabeth King, Christopher Scott Knighton, Peter P. La Centra, Megan Marie Lagasse, Julian M. Lambert, Stefanie Amanda Lavender, Lakesha Michelle Leonard, Megan Elizabeth Levine, Jennifer R. Marcilliat, Nailah Densua May, Anthony L. McCaa, Shena R. McCarty, Olympia Foster McCrackin, Margaret McCrary, Roanishice Tranae McCray, Brittany Hannah McKinney, Lauren E. Miller, Brendan August Moore, Jennifer Diane Morris, Mika Nakagiri, Jason J. Ness, Shicago Chantel Page, Jenny Elizabeth Parker, Ginger Suzanne Phares, Sam Taylor Phelps, Dynese Michele Poe, Julian Kent Powers, James M. Ray, Matthew Tyler Ridgway, Natasha D. Rudolph, Michael Anthony Smith, Ashleigh J. Speer, Anna Maria Strandberg, Wesley Ryan Taylor, Crosby Morrow Thomley, Larry M. Thomley, Kathryn D. Turner, Jessica E. Vandillon, James Michael Washington, John C. Watkins, Jennifer L. Welker, Jacqueline Williams-Alhamar, Amanda Season Williamson, Amber Lynn Williamson, Brian K. Wood, Tetsutaro Yokota

VANCE — Varner Kellan Burt

WEST BLOCTON — Julie Christina Ingram

YORK — Micah Dale Rodgers

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