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May 19, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 29

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100 Arfeanvn TIMES, Sun., May 19, 1974 Honors Awards Presented 58 UA Students For Achievement Honors awards were pro- ·ented to 5f University of Arkansas student's for academic achievements tn the 34th a n n u a l Honors Day Convocation held on campus Saturday morning. The main speaker at Ihe 10:30 t.m. ceremony was fx^land Du- Vail. business anci f a r m columnist for (he Arkansas Garette at Little Rock. Coveted Senior Keys were presented to the top graduate of each of the University's six undergraduate colleges and schools by Dr. Charles Oxford, interim UofA president. Receiving these awards were Suranne Sumner of Tulsa, Okla., College of Agriculture and Home Economics; Richard D. Moore of Aurora, Mo.. College of Arts and Sciences: Glenn T. Gay of Newport. College of Business Administration; Mrs. Frances Gibson of Fayetteville, College of Education; William R. Calcote of Hot Springs, College of Engineering: and Michael Mashburn of Fayetteville. School of Law. In addition, two seniors received the Alumni Association's Senior Honor Citations f r o m John Rosso, executive director of the Association. These iwards, which consist of a )bque and a $100 cash pri/.e, went to Deborah Wernet of K a y - eHeville and G r a h a m S. Catlett of Utltc Rock. Other awards presented at the Convocation were: Alpha Enfiilpn Award -- To .he outstanding junior and senior agricultural engineering students presented to Jerry H a r r i s of Harrison and Jerry Marsh of Kayctteville. Alpha Epsilcm Delta Award -To outstanding health science student, Dennis R. Burrow of Benton. American Chemical Society -Alpha Chi Sigma Chemistry Achievement Award -- To outs t a n d i n g freshman chemistry majors. Alvin Beeler of Fayetteville Les Butler of Conway, and R a n d y C. Hill of Ratcliff (Logan County). American Chemical Society A n a l y t i c a l Chemistry Award -T o outstanding third-year chemistry student. Robert A Whiteside of Cotton Plant. American Institute of Chcm- sts Award -- To outstanding senior in chemistry or chemical Migincerinfi, Larry E. Reed of [jincoln. A n n a Powell Wood Award -For the outstanding article in he Arkansas Engineer, Alvin i'rieur of Texarkana. Arkansas Society of Professional Engineers Award -To outstanding senior engineering student. Dennis G. 3eard of Camden. Barbara Wcrtheim Campbell Award -- To each graciuating chemistry major with at least a li.5 grade average. Larry F,. Reed of Lincoln and Kurt Doege of Fayetlevillo. Baucum Fulkerson Award for Literary Achievement. Richard Jacunski of Dover. N. II. Caryl Nichols Award -- For outstanding achievement Honors Program of College ol Arts and Sciences, Yumi Kirnura of Fayelleville. Chemical Rubber Company Science Achievement Award -T o outstanding freshman chemistry major, Rose A. Scruggs of Fayetteville. Chi Theta Award -- For out-' standing leadership and a c a - demic achievement to senior woman in business administration, Ellen Stevens of Little Rock. Delbert Swartz Award in Botany and Bacteriology -- To outstanding seniors, Kalhryn L. Kurtz of Fayetteville and Mark D. Robirds of St. Louis. Mo. Dr. and Mrs. Swartz Award -- To athlete with highest grade average. Randolph C. Jackson of Kayettevillc. Droke-Dunn Award -- To out- .tanding senior mathematics major. Debra Quails of Norman (Montgomery County). Dunlap Award -- To undergraduate with most potential in research. Chuck Wright of Jacksonville. Eta Kappa Nu Award -- To outstanding sophomore in electrical engineering. Shannon M Leach of Morrilton. Felix Christopher McKean Award for Poetry -- To M a r v i n B. Schwartz of Brooklyn. N.Y.; John A. Wood of Fayettev'" Terry Pettit of Fayetteville; and John Biguenet of Fayette- ville. Frederick A. Kekule Award -- To outstanding chemistry major. Christina C. Weiss of Springdale. Gamma Thela Upsilon Award -- To outstanding student in geography, -Patriica Middleton of Fayettevilte. Henry G. Holz Award -- To outstanding sophomore and junior in College of Education, Lisa Howell Prier of Fayette ville and Karen L. Schmilz of Little Rock. Henry Kronenberg Scholarship Award -- To outstanding juniors in Kappa Delta Pi honorary education society. Lynette Rimmer of Clarksville and Carol Ann Volk of Joplin, Mo. · · · H e n r y M . Alexander Memorial Award -- To outstanding p o l i t i c a l science major, Spencer F. Robinson of Pine Bluff. Honors Council Special Aware --To outstanding graduate Honors Program, Richard D Moore of Aurora, Mo. Jacob Sacks Award -- T o outstanding junior premedica: students, Susan E. Bates o! Little Rock and Joe J. Buford of Briggsville (Yell County). John Gould Fletcher Award -- For literary achievement, David Reich of Fayetteville. Julia Miller Award -- To outstanding nursing freshman, Tommye M Sparks of Marked Tree. J. William Fulbright Award -- To senior history student with highest achievement. John N. Settle of AHus. Margaret Kirby Hantz Award -- For outstanding achievement in Honors Program. Frank McCutcheon of Fayetteville. Martin L u t h e r King Jr., Award -- To student who has shown outstanding concern for human rights, Semon Thompson Jr.. of Fayetteville. Merck vdex Award - To outstanding junior chemistry major, David L. Merrifield ol Rogers. National Business Education Association Award -- To James L. Walden of Eureka Springs. N o r t h w e s t Arkansas A r cheological Society Award -- To outstanding major in anthropol ogy. Cheryl P. Claassen of Tulsa. Okla. P.E.M. Olub -- To outstand- ng senior in health, physical e d u c a t i o n a n d recreation, Nancy Lynn Cook of Albuquerque, N. Mex. Phi Beta Kappa Award -- To graduating member of society who best exemplifies the ideals of this honor society. Kurt James Doege of Fayetteville. Rolland H. Waters Award -To graduate student with poten- 1 to be outstanding Psychology teacher, Karen Salley of North Little Rock. Schoolmen Medal Award -- VVyley J. Elliot of Camden. Sigma Xi Senior Award -- To seniors for meritorious achieve ment in science, Richard D Moore of Aurora, Mo.. Kurt J, Doege of Fayetteville, and Yumi Kimura of Fayetteville. Society of Physics Students Award -- To outstanding sopho more physics student, Alexan der C. Calder of Waldron. Tau Beta Pi Award -- To out standing sophomore engineering student, Danny A. Martin o Camden. Vera Juhre Award -- For out- landing sophomore In nursing, Kandice J. Ryan of Fayette- illc. Wall Street Journal Achievement Award -- Glenn T. Gay of Newport. Washington County Medical Society Award -- To outstanding premedical student, Richard D. Moore of Aurora, Mo. Wilbur D. Mills Award -- To graduate students displaying outstanding academic achievement. Stephanie A. Duffy of Fayetteville, Ronald M. Noggle o f ' Fayetteville. Gregory L. 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