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Dothan Area Dean’s List Students Named at UA

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – A total of 3,485 students enrolled during the spring 2005 term at The University of Alabama made the Dean’s List with academic records of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) or above, or the President’s List with academic records of 4.0 (all As).

The Dean’s and President’s Lists recognize full-time undergraduate students. The lists do not apply to graduate students or undergraduate students who take less than a full course load.

The spring 2005 lists include the following UA students from the Dothan area:


DALEVILLE-Rachel Lynn Holland

DOTHAN-Darcy Lee Bullard, Christopher T. Clark, Benjamin E. Dean, Bradford Page Hester, Michael E. Ingram, Melinda Danielle Page, Katherine Lynn Soppet, Joshua D. Tyson

ELBA-Stephanie Christina Sasser

ENTERPRISE-Jennifer Lynn Fine, Megan Sylvia McAliley, Cynthia M. Mills, Laura Elaine Pangallo, Daniel T. Ventress

EUFAULA-Sunny Leigh Battle, Samantha C. Eldridge

GENEVA-Jared Brian Galloway

HEADLAND-Jonathan W. Snell

NEWVILLE-Jocelyn Sade McKay, Mary Allison Taylor OPP-Laura Lee Bundrick, Allen Steakley Burgess

OZARK-Amber L. Amuso, Brittany N. Amuso, Jason Daniel Chesser

WING-Joshua E. Elliott


ABBEVILLE-John Chandler Lindsey, Elizabeth E. Phillips

ANDALUSIA-Kenneth Ray Baker, Kalli Michelle Smith

ASHFORD-William Reid Strickland, Scott B. Thomas

BLACK-Jeana Era-Ellen Blalock

CLAYTON-Brady F. Jackson

COWARTS-Dustin Chad Whaley

DALEVILLE-Bruce Laymon Blair

DOTHAN-Abbegail S. Barringer, Judith Lea Burnett, Jacqueline S. Chavez, Deavours W. Clark, Kenneth J. Davidson, Maria Danielle Downing, Brandon W. Evans, Anna M Fields, Barbara Jean Flowers, William T. Gannon, Scarlett G. Gardner, John David Hughes, Leah Nicole Keel, Ashley N. Kite, Crystal M. Lowe, Mary M. McInish, Emrist A. McKnight, Christopher K. Richardson, Michael B. Spitler

ELBA-Ella B. Brunson

ENTERPRISE-Malinda J. Brown, Robert Isaac Cannon, Amy Gayle Cauthen, Leah Shea Donaldson, Amber Fessler, Amber L. Golson, Lindsay L. Hall, Adrienne Lee Harrison, Jill E. Hickman, Tracey C. Pangallo, Ana M. Sangsland, Susan E. Sellers, Chad S. Simmons, Dewanna G. Sims, Grace Elizabeth Varney

EUFAULA-Carly Dawn Battle, Katie Marie Cole, Laura Jernigan, Samuel A. Lemaistre, Kayce N. Peel, Sarah S. Smart

GENEVA-Karol L Fleming

HARTFORD-Kelli Marie Hamm

HEADLAND-Lynsey M. Nowell

LOCKHART-Kimberly N. Craig

MIDLAND CITY-Mark Wesley Wingate

NEW BROCKTON-Lauren Rachel Allums

OPP-Molly B. Grimes, Jessica Suzanne Reynolds

OZARK-Elizabeth Carroll Bearden, Jackson S. Benefield, Sara B. Carroll, Anne Myree Clouse, Lisa M. Kochanski, Ray Harvey McLaughlin Jr, Sarah V. McLaughlin

RED LEVEL-Amanda Michell Baker

SAMSON-Jamison Heath Howell, James D. Spears

TROY-Magan Danielle Anderson, Mary E. Bassett, Jennifer E. Cooper, Meredith L. Griffin, Sushannah W Hanson, Chase A. Long, Benjamin Taylor Rasbury

WEBB-Allyson Devry Gordie

The University of Alabama, a student-centered research university, is experiencing significant growth in both enrollment and academic quality. This growth, which is positively impacting the campus and the state's economy, is in keeping with UA's vision to be the university of choice for the best and brightest students. UA, the state's flagship university, is an academic community united in its commitment to enhancing the quality of life for all Alabamians.