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Ogden Honors College Recognizes December Graduates

The Ogden Honors College honored students graduating today with College Honors, Upper Division Honors Distinction, and Thesis Honors yesterday at a lunch with their thesis advisers and Ogden Honors College staff. Congratulations to the following students on their outstanding achievement!

Grant David Bourque
BS, Computer Science with College Honors
Honors Thesis: “An Application Programming Interface for Parliamentary Procedure”
Thesis Advisor: Qingyang Wang

Rachel Marie Crowder
BS, Communication Disorders with Upper Division Honors Distinction
Honors Thesis: “Priming of Narrative Language in Young Adults
Thesis Advisor: Todd Gibson

Suyapa Michell Gonzalez Rodriguez
BS, Geology with College Honors
Honors Thesis: “Facies Reconstruction and Stratigraphy of a Late Pleistocene Bald Cypress Forest Discovered on the Northern Gulf of Mexico Continental Shelf”
Thesis Advisor: Sam Bentley

Hannah Sue McLain
BA, Mass Communication with College Honors
Honors Thesis: “Picturing the Museum: How America’s Leading Art Museums Use Instagram as a Public Relations Tool”
Thesis Advisor: Meghan Sanders

Alexis Ariel O’Connell
BS, Biological Sciences with Thesis Honors
Honors Thesis: Weight Management Delivered Through an App, May Help Resolve Body Image Dissatisfaction in Women Enrolled in WIC”
Thesis Advisor: Leanne Redman

Alaina Andrea Stanton
BS, Animal Science with Thesis Honors
Honors Thesis: Modern Vet Management Business Plan
Thesis Advisor: Jennifer Ritchie

Chauncey Elise Stephens
BS, Elementary Education with College Honors
Honors Thesis: Dismantling Traditional Neighborhood Schools to Create an All Charter System: A Counter Narrative of Experimental School Reform in New Orleans Post-Katrina”
Thesis Advisor: Margaret-Mary Sulentic Dowell