April 30, 2010 -- The University of Wyoming College of Arts and Sciences has selected its outstanding senior graduates for the 2009-10 academic year.
Each year, the college's Scholarship Committee, comprised of faculty members from each of the college's divisions, selects outstanding graduates from among students nominated by advisers and instructors.
The names of the outstanding graduates have been engraved on a bronze plaque mounted in the lobby of the Arts and Sciences building. In addition, the College of Arts and Sciences will host a private breakfast to honor these outstanding students the morning of commencement.
This year's A&S outstanding graduates, in alphabetical order of hometown, are:
Afton -- Josie M. (Lorimer) Cook, journalism.
Cape May, N.J. -- Caitlin F. Wallace, political science.
Casper -- Allie L. Childers, criminal justice and political science.
Cheyenne -- Lindsey M. Grubbs, English; Maria I. Lambousis, chemistry; and Erica C. Ramsey, art and women's studies.
Cody -- Lindsay R. Lozier Capron, physiology.
Colorado Springs, Colo. -- Christy R. Baran, music performance.
Douglas -- Nicholas B. Anderson, mathematics and computer science.
Dubois -- Joshua A. E. Fredrickson, geography.
Evanston -- Reynaldo A. Fuentes, political science.
Gillette -- Amy E. Aldrich, physiology.
Greeley, Colo. -- Tyler D. Miller, geology.
Green River -- Kyle W. Wollman, criminal justice.
Laramie -- Megan M. Bagley, astronomy, astrophysics and biology.
Los Alamos, N.M. -- Samantha S. Stutz, botany.
Loveland, Colo. -- Katrina M. Despain, theatre and dance.
Rock Springs -- Maurissa P. Radakovich, psychology; Ashley N. Wing, psychology, sociology, criminal justice and social science.
Upton -- Lindy L. Crain, international studies.
Wheatland -- Sarah A. Kennedy, anthropology and Spanish.
For more information contact Diana Marie Waggener at email@example.com or (307) 766-2756.
Posted on Friday, April 30, 2010