UW College of Arts and Sciences Names 2014 Outstanding Graduates
The University of Wyoming College of Arts and Sciences has selected its outstanding graduating students for the 2013-14 academic year.
Each year, the A&S Scholarship Committee, which includes faculty members from each of the college's divisions, selects outstanding graduates from among top College of Arts and Sciences students.
The names of the outstanding graduates have been engraved on a bronze plaque to be mounted in the lobby of the Arts and Sciences building.
The students, listed by hometown and major area of study, are:
Casper -- Lindsay O’Hearn, psychology.
Cheyenne -- Samuel Bartko, chemistry and chemical engineering; Salvatore Chiporo, anthropology and history; Shana M. Wolff, geology.
Green River -- Kacey Ballard, communication and philosophy; Daniel De Cecco, international studies and business economics.
Lander -- Paige Hammer, criminal justice; Melanie Vigil, gender and women’s studies and international studies.
Laramie -- Cassandra Clift, Spanish and secondary education; Tiffany Kautzsch, political science; Rachel Smullen, astronomy; Aimee Van Cleave, gender and women’s studies and political science.
Lyman -- William Isom, physiology.
Mountain View -- Jennifer Martin, social science and humanities and fine arts.
Sheridan -- Demetre Gostas, psychology and physiology.
Fort Collins -- Parker Robison, physiology.
Grand Junction -- Jennifer Aaberg, mathematics.
Windsor -- Joshua Heyer, geography and environment and natural resources.
Park City -- Hollie Deis, communication.
Kimball -- Brock Tjosvold, music.
Sugar Land -- Sydney Jones, zoology and environment and natural resources.