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College of Pharmacy Honors Students

May 4, 2006

Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s College of Pharmacy recently held its annual honors and awards convocation on the Weatherford campus. Awards were presented to outstanding students in the college.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Cassi S. Mettry, Wynnewood, $600 Brewster Family Scholarship; Lacey M. Vaughn, Goldsby, $600 Brewster Family Scholarship; Alexis M. Chatham, Moore, $700 Albert Eaton Memorial Scholarship; and Amanda J. Winston, Noble, $600 Wayne Bearden Memorial Scholarship. Not pictured was David C. Howsley, Purcell, $1,100 50th Anniversary Excellence in Pharmacy Scholarship.

College of Pharmacy Honors Students
Among the SWOSU students receiving awards was Jennifer R. Wilson, Gainesville TX, $700 Norman E. Foster Memorial Scholarship.

College of Pharmacy Honors Students
Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Traci R. Horany, Olney TX, $900 W.D. Strother Memorial Scholarship; and Heather A. Sullivan, Woodson TX, $500 Jerry D. McWilliams Memorial Scholarship

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Tara E. Hemming, Enid, $1,000 Reinhaus Family Foundation Scholarship; and Chase E. Reed, Cherokee, $500 Billy G. Wells Scholarship.

College of Pharmacy Honors Students
Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Josh J. Keller, Edmond (Luther), $500 Oklahoma County Pharmaceutical Association; and Persis P. Mondal, Edmond (Memorial), $900 Ina G. Black Memorial Scholarship.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Mattea McClain, El Reno, $1,000 Edward C. Christensen Memorial Scholarship; and Anna N. Kroener, El Reno, $1,000 CVS Pharmacy Scholarship.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Daytin D. Farrow, Mooreland, $500 W.A. “Tate” Taylor Memorial Scholarship; and Julie B. Brown, Woodward, Pharmacists Mutual Book Award.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Sheena M. Vilhauer, Loyal, $1,100 Joseph J. Schwemin Scholarship; and Heather D. Russell, Guthrie, $900 Albert Ross Pharmacy Scholarship.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Justin L. Griffith, Oklahoma City (Deer Creek), $800 Harold Burton Memorial Scholarship; Megan R. Rushing, Oklahoma City (Del City), $1,250.00 Secundum Artem Compounding Scholarship; Dallas F. Walker, Oklahoma City (Putnam City), $500 Dr. Gary Russi Endowed Scholarship; and Blessin R. Abraham, Oklahoma City (Putnam City North), $1,000 Pharmacists Mutual Scholarship. Not pictured were Amanda Soo Shin, Oklahoma City, $750 Cindy Toal Memorial Scholarship; and Dat T. Pham, Oklahoma City (Westmoore), $1,000 CVS Pharmacy Scholarship.

College of Pharmacy Honors Students
Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Rachael E. Carman, Sand Springs (Charles Page), $1,000 Jim Lett Family Practice Grant; Daniel E. DeGarmo, Sand Springs (Charles Page), $1,000 Reinhaus Family Foundation Scholarship; Justin W. Stout, Broken Arrow, $500 NABP/AACP District 6 Scholarship; Scott Hughes, Tulsa (Jenks), $1,200 SW Pharmacy Alumni Association Practice Grant; and Anne W. Massey, Tulsa (Jenks), $1,000 CVS Pharmacy Scholarship. Not pictured was Bonnie B. Winfrey-Woodruff, Glenpool, $500 Henry Herold Scholarship.

College of Pharmacy Honors Students
Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Casey L. Woltz, Yukon, $500 OPhA Auxiliary Award; Chad C. Reese, Yukon, $500 Frank and Ann Hodges Memorial Scholarship; Mylla J. Ownbey, Yukon, $1,000 CVS Pharmacy; and Christine M. Le, Yukon, $400 Clyde Miller Memorial Scholarship. Not pictured was Jacqueline R. Brady, Mustang, $500 Dr. Leonard Campbell Scholarship.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Kathleen J. Roach, Weatherford, $1,000 Jerry and Margaret Hodge Practice Grant; T. Michelle Tyrone, Weatherford, $1,000 Harold Burton Practice Grant; John L. Jones, Weatherford, $2,500 Irby Family Practice Grant; Tonja S. Hawley, Weatherford, $2,000 Abbott Family Scholarship; Heidi D. Villines, Weatherford, $800 Amy Switzer Jones Memorial Scholarship; and Pamela D. Landua, Weatherford, $2,500 Irby Family Practice Grant.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Niki S. Sloan, McCurtain, $250 Rho Chi Scholarship; Manish R. Patel, Wilburton, $1,200 Baucum Family Practice Grant; Kristy K. Schmidt, Idabel, $1,000 Jim Lett Family Practice Grant; and Beverly D. Medcalf, Ada, $2,000 Brewster Fund Grant.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Kathryn J. Walls, Amarillo TX, $1,000 Walter L. Dickison Memorial Scholarship; Bryan W. Bell, Follett TX, $700 Albert Eaton Memorial Scholarship; and Raelyn D. Walker, Fritch TX, $1,000 Jerry and Margaret Hodge Practice Grant.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Asmini A. Mohanlal, Arlington TX, $500 Bert Brundage Scholarship; Tiffany L. Sikes, Fort Worth TX, $400 Tarrant County Pharmacy Association Scholarship; Vivivan T. Phan, Irving TX, $900 B.G. Keller Jr. Scholarship; and April R. Rhodes, Kennedale TX, $700 Floyd S. Ulrich Memorial Scholarship.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Emilee K. Bailey, Hydro, $500 Charles and Elizabeth Schwartz Memorial Scholarship; John T. Smith, Binger, $900 H.F. Timmons Scholarship; and Lori B. Schimmel, Lookeba, $2,500 Irby Family Practice Grant.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Sharla R. Davis, Durant, $1,000 Edgeman Family Scholarship; Clayton L. Scott, Durant, $250 Rho Chi Scholarship; and Sarah F. Mahdy, Durant, $1,000 Reinhaus Family Foundation Scholarship.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards was Lindsay L. Burgess of Canton TX, $1,000 Albertsons Scholarship. Not pictured was Ashleigh A. Myers, Canton TX, $500 Dan Rivkin Scholarship.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards was Lindsey N. Shepherd, Arapaho, $500 Perkey Family Scholarship.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards was Jennifer L. Hightower, Canton, $1,200 SW Pharmacy Alumni Association Practice Grant.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards was Sheldon D. Webb, Cordell, $2,000 PharmcareOK Scholarship.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards was Trudie L. Lenhardt, Devol, $1,000 Donald R. Masse Memorial Practice Grant.

College of Pharmacy Honors Students
Among the SWOSU students receiving awards was Rachel L. Almond, Duncan, $1,250 Secundum Artem Compounding Scholarship.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Jeff W. Wade, Elk City, $1,000 CVS Pharmacy Scholarship; and Brandon L. Tarwater, Elk City, $1,000 Walmart Company Scholarship.

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Among the SWOSU students receiving awards was Travis L. Lawler, Amarillo TX, $1,200 Baucum Family Practice Grant.

College of Pharmacy Honors Students
Among the SWOSU students receiving awards was Andrew M. Linscott, Oak Grove AR, $1,000 Cardinal Health/Kelly Pratt Scholarship.

 

College of Pharmacy Honors Students

Among the SWOSU students receiving awards was Michael W. Sylvester, Perry, $500 Michael A. Brown Memorial Scholarship.

College of Pharmacy Honors Students
Among the SWOSU students receiving awards was Kayla D. Manning, Southwest City MO, $1,200 Baucum Family Practice Grant.

College of Pharmacy Honors Students
Among the SWOSU students receiving awards was Rachel Adams, Choctaw, OSHP Scholarship.

College of Pharmacy Honors Students
Among the SWOSU students receiving awards were (from left): Trudie L. Lenhardt, Devol, $1,000 Donald R. Masse Memorial Practice Grant; and Casey L. Woltz, Lawton (Eisenhower), $500 OPha Auxiliary Award.

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