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January 29, 2002

ULM students among the nation's "Who's Who"

Forty-nine University of Louisiana at Monroe students have been named to the 2002 edition of Who's Who Among Students in America Universities and Colleges. These seniors are recognized for being national outstanding campus leaders. Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory have included the names of these students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success.

Students were selected from more than 2,300 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and several foreign countries. Outstanding students have been honored in the annual directory since it was first published in 1934.

Students selected, their majors and hometowns are: Rebecca Cranston, music; Jacqueline B. Greer, English; Angela Cruz Hillman, general studies; Sage McDonald, radiologic technology; Sonya Deanna Murphy, speech communication; Jamie Frances Perry, biology; Casey Robinson, radiologic technology; Simeon Joe Shlosman Jr., biology; Sunni Elizabeth Thomas, nursing; Bonnie J. Tindall, English; and Daniel Twist, nursing, all of Monroe; Larry W. Cook, government; Melinda Anne LeBlanc, music education; Gerald A. Miller, English; and David Earl Pruett, biology, all of West Monroe; Elizabeth Cabello, insurance, Sterlington; William Bradley Johnston, accounting, Bastrop; Ronald Collin Dunn, construction, Columbia; Christopher T. Guice, construction management, Farmerville; Phoebe Phillips, foreign language-Spanish; and Sara Price, computer information systems and accounting; both of Winnsboro; Carolyn M. Free, nursing, Gilbert; Benjamin Lee Cheek, health and physical education; Sherri A. Morgan-Taylor, computer information systems; and Adam Townsend, computer information systems and accounting; all of Rayville; Lacey Junkin, nursing, Delhi; Christy R. Vining, biology, Pioneer; Amy Doner, pharmacy, Quitman; Michael K. Gray, management and marketing, St. Joseph; Carolyn Amanda Garrett, health and physical education, Winnfield; Lakesha Yvette Bennett, broadcast news, Shreveport; Brandy Pelletier, elementary education, Bossier City; Sheryl Ann Newman, physical education/exercise science, and Audrey Michelle Antee, English, both of Alexandria; Shauna Bennett, pharmacy, Pineville; Ashley McGraw, occupational therapy, Hornbeck; Susan A. Ritchie, pharmacy, St. Francisville; Blair Wilbert, pharmacy, Baton Rouge; Lance Reed Moulin, management, Zachary; Linda Williams, radiologic technology, New Iberia; LaTonya Alicia Phillips, finance, New Orleans; Jenny Pierce,communicative disorders, Lockport; Heather Christine Dossman, speech communication and social work, Welsh; Corey Tashombe Hardy, radiologic technology, Little Rock, Ark.; Cody Jernigan, music education, Searcy, Ark.; Stephanie Hillhouse-Welch, mathematics education, Marshall, Tex.; Miranda Hasley, insurance, Prattville, Ala.; Stephanie (Nikki) Vestal, speech communication, Eden, Ga.; Kelly Jean Platt, physical education/exercise science, Kissimmee, Fla.

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