Twenty-six from U of O named to Who's Who
Release Date: 5/9/2005
Clarksville, Ark. --- Twenty-six University of the Ozarks students have been named to the 2005 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory chose students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success.
Students from U of O chosen include: Clif Cottrell, a senior history and political science major from Shawnee, Okla.; Diana Confer, a junior communications major from Harrison, Ark.; Elizabeth Drye, a senior political major from Rison, Ark.; Christina DuCharme, a junior biology major from Waldron, Ark.; Courtney Frost, a junior early childhood education major from Walls, Miss.; Auxi Guerrero, a senior business administration major from Nicaragua; Ross Halsted, a senior biology major from Harrison, Ark.; David Hamilton, a sophomore physical education major from Mulberry, Ark.; Brett Hays, a junior political science major from Little Rock; Brian Heckmann, a junior marketing major from Little Rock; Adam Ivy, a junior political science major from Mountain View, Ark.; Hector Lara, a senior management and accounting major from Honduras; Ivana Mihajlovic, a sophomore marketing major from Serbia and Montenegro; Lori Moon, a junior business administration major from Springdale, Ark.; Shelly Muston, a senior theatre major from Paris, Texas; Kari Overton, a junior marketing major from Lowell, Ark.; Ryan Pierson, a senior management major from Allen, Texas; Sean Pratt, a junior mathematics major from Conway, Ark.; Leo Rivera, a junior marketing major from Guatemala; Victoria Sayarath, a junior biology major from Van Buren, Ark.; Chris Schultz, a senior marketing major from Coppell, Texas; Kayla Sparks, a senior English major from Waldron, Ark.; Matt Stagg, a senior business administration major from North Little Rock; Miguel Vasquez, a junior business administration major from Panama; Kendall Wagner, a junior biology major from Waldron, Ark.; and Amie White, a senior environmental studies major from Clarksville, Ark.