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Gulf Park Campus Students Selected for 2014-2015 Who’s Who

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HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -  This is a news release from The University of Southern Mississippi

The University of Southern Mississippi has selected 17 students earning their degrees from the Gulf Park campus for the 2014-2015 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Students were selected based on leadership, extracurricular activities and community contributions throughout their academic career. Additionally, students must graduate in the current academic year. Undergraduate students are required to have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and graduate students must have a minimum grade point average of 3.75.

The university recognizes the following students for their outstanding achievements by naming them to the 2014-2015 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. The following students have either graduated or anticipate graduation in May:

  • Larisa Alfsen of Vancleave, bachelor of science in psychology
  • Marla Cooper of Moss Point, bachelor of arts in English
  • Blaine Eubank of Long Beach, bachelor of science in biological sciences
  • Gillian Fowler of D'Iberville, bachelor of arts in history
  • Christopher Griffin of Gulfport, bachelor of science in marine biology
  • Jeremy Hedman of Ocean Springs, master of business administration
  • Miranda Hedman of Ocean Springs, master of business administration
  • Christy Landrum of Ocean Springs, bachelor of science in elementary education
  • Keionda Lewis of Bay St. Louis, bachelor of arts in foreign languages (Spanish) and bachelor of arts in journalism (emphasis in broadcast journalism)
  • Stephanie McCracken of D'Iberville, bachelor of science in geography (geographic information technology)
  • Melanie McLeod of Long Beach, bachelor of arts in English (licensure)
  • Jimmie Richmond of Gulfport, bachelor of science in public health (health policy and administration)
  • Carolyn Roach of Gulfport, bachelor of science in public health (health promotion)
  • Wayne Ulrich of Long Beach, bachelor of science in elementary education
  • Erin Wallen of Ocean Springs, bachelor of arts in history
  • Hayley Whitehead of Ocean Springs, bachelor of arts in history (social studies licensure)
  • Helen Yankovich of Saucier, master of business administration

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