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Ogden Honors Graduates Recognized During Fall Commencement Exercises

Ogden Honors Graduates Recognized During Fall Commencement Exercises

OHC Fall 2019 Graduates at the senior luncheon

The LSU Roger Hadfield Ogden Honors College graduated four students who earned College Honors, two students who earned thesis honors, and five students who graduated in good standing.

The following students earned honors from the Ogden Honors College:

Jeffery Carl Anderson
with Thesis Honors
BSChE in Chemical Engineering
Honors Thesis: “The Ability of β-Hairpin Peptides to Function as Degradation-Resistant, Cell-Penetrating Peptides and Their Potential as Proteolysis Targeted Chimeras”
Thesis Advisor: Assistant Professor Adam Melvin

Jules Broussard
BA in History

Ariana Christine Buckner
with Thesis Honors
BS in Information Systems and Decision Sciences
Honors Thesis: “Digital Clout and the Spread of False Information”
Thesis Advisor: Assistant Professor Reg Tucker

Jonathan R. Cangelosi
BS in Mathematics
BS in Computer Science

Mandy Chingyee Choi
BA in International Studies
BA in Geography

Thailandria Daniels
BS in Biochemistry 

Giselle Amelie Doucet
with College Honors
BA in French
BS in Biological Sciences
Honors Thesis: “Les chiméres de Nerval: le temps, la femme, et le poéte lui-même”
Thesis Advisor: Professor Alexandre Leupin

Irene Elendu
BS in Economics 

Dwayne N. Hinton Jr.
with College Honors
BA in Anthropology
BAMC in Mass Communication
BIS in Interdisciplinary Studies
Honors Thesis: “The Societal Collapse of the Southern Lowland Maya Civilization”
Thesis Advisor: Professor Heather McKillop

Athena Loren Lindsay
with College Honors
BSBE in Biological Engineering; LASAL Scholar
Honors Thesis: “Review of Naturally Occurring Ammonia in Groundwater and its Effect on Using Chloramines for Drinking Water Disinfection in Louisiana”
Thesis Advisor: Professor W. David Constant 

Chelsea Sungmee Romph
with College Honors
BS in Natural Resource Ecology & Management
Honors Thesis: “The Power of Wording: An Evaluation of Framing Effects”
Thesis Advisor: Associate Professor Michael Kaller