University of Alabama Fall 2013 Honors Lists

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University of Alabama Fall 2013 Honors Lists


UA President's list for Fall 2013

Alabama

Alabaster: Joshua A. Blackwell, Bevin E. Clark, Molly C. Cline, Jacob A. Crawford, Andrew L. Wash.

Albertville: Taylor Leigh Bethune, Taylor DeWitt Blevins, Sydney P. Cochran, Lucia Maria Di Prima, Mandi Marie Miller, Morgan K. Slaton.

Alexander City: Callie A. Burns, Chase C. Green, Richard D. Hudson, Anna M. Traylor, Robert W. Weaver.

Aliceville: Elizabeth T. Fuller, Elisabeth C. Hankins, Sara C. Lavender, Luci D. Lewis.

Altoona: Bryan F. Harris, Holli Caraline Painter.

Andalusia: Devon Leigh Corbitt, Morgan Brannan Dove, Anna M. Locklier.

Anniston: Brittnay T. Bradford, Carly H. Dethrage, Hillary Mae Hare.

Arab: Jonathan B. Knighton, Dalton C. Shedd, Wesley F. Taylor, Haley E. Wynn.

Ardmore: Lydia J. Eubanks, Bobby L. Lewis Jr.

Arley: Sean A. Hiller, Evan Cheney Talton.

Ashford: Dane R. Mowitz.

Ashville: Jasmine M. Mckinney.

Athens: Paula E. Adams, Travis J. Atchley, Emmie Kathryn Bodiford, Hannah Renee' Carter, Danielle F. Cassady, Jordan G. Crow, Anna Leigh Fikes, Rachel Katherine Gooch, Breanne N. Griffin, Gregory S. Hacker, Lauren A. Higginbotham, Victoria L. McCormick, Leah M. Moody, Mary Payton Noah, Ally K. Pritchett, Sarah Elizabeth Rosales.

Atmore: Caitlyn E. Bruley.

Attalla: Jacob A. Roden.

Auburn: William Blake Adkins, Amira H. Aglan, Elizabeth A. Alley, Kevyn Makarla Armstrong-Wright, Gayle C. Avery, Annabelle Marie Chansler, Nathaniel H. Graham, Catherine C. Humphrey, Elisabeth H. Humphrey, Earl W. Reed III, Kelly Elizabeth Roy, Caroline Faith Shook.

Bay Minette: Marlee J. Brannan, Taylor M. Johnson.

Berry: Daniel P. Moore, Heather Terry.

Bessemer: Rebecca A. Boles, Jessica S. Bonnett, Kelsey M. Brown, Samuel C. Hand, Karoline Jane Hennessee, Paige N. Lanier, Kalyn Iman Lee, Jami L. Livingston, Alexandria Elise Loggins, Millia M. McCarty, Matthew H. Porter, Steven L. Rushing Jr., Shanae Logan Shaw, Samuel C Stough, Morgan Elaine Watkins, Carolyn Renae Williams.

Birmingham: Imani R. Manley, Donald J. Demetz III, Charlotte A. Givhan, William Dickerson Johnston, Griffin Michael Peterson, Katherine E. Schablow, Burkely P. Smith, Grant D. Smith, Katherine J. Sotherland, Joseph T. White, Courtney A. Windham, Raymond J. Woods, Marcus A. Castro, Ashley N. Jordan, Hadley Dennise King, Charla E Davis, Thomas Stewart Agricola, Olivia H. Bailey, William P. Ballard, Michael F. Bolus, Todd Alan Boozer Jr., Kevin H. Canada Jr., Mary Patricia Damrich, Andrew B. Deatkine, Frances Newman Deaton, Ogden Shropshire Deaton Jr., Virginia Lockett Farlow, John Alan Gambril, Matthew Chandler Gambril, Alexandra P. Hawkins, Elizabeth A. Jordan, Katherine C. Jordan, Alexis Leonora Holt Kentros, Mark Lee King, Sarah Frances McClees, Seline Julia Meisler, William Simms Moor, Elizabeth Overton Moore, Cheryl Mitsuko Papac, Anne Sloan Pell, Elizabeth C. Perkinson, Andrew W. Pickering, Hannah A. Pitts, Jessica Jane Pitts, Hunter Duncan Ross, Barbara R. Sandlin, Mary Sellers Shaw, Julia B. Stewart, Elizabeth B. Troiano, Joseph L. Weed, Jade Astoria Watters, Elizabeth Hampton, Ayanna D. Perkins, Alexis K. Williams, Alexander L. Ash, Dorothy M. Beck, Taylor N. Brazier, Daniel D. Brown, Rachel Elise Childers, Katherine Marie Cory, Cayman Brianna Crowder, Sara J. Davies, Brian D. Deagon, Whitney B. Deyo, Jordan C. Dibble, Frances Celeste Duckworth, Elizabeth A. Dunn, Jessica C. Fraley, Meredith L. Graham, Marilyn Grace Louise Gray, Mary K. Hann, Kaley Marie Hays, Anna Pierce Ireland, Scout M. Johnson, William P. Kitchens, Elizabeth L. Mask, Carden C. Mccoy, Kelly C. Mccullers, Peter L. Miller, Daniel Gantt Moore, Jasmine N. Moore, Caroline E. Morrison, Christopher T. Orr, James R. Orr, Courtney Leigh Osborne, Katherine G. Owen, Marjorie L. Owen, John Michael Owens, Charles M. Phillips II, Monicka L. Roden, Daniel H. Selman, Blake N. Senn, Haley A. Sherman, Barbara A. Thornton, Todd B. …

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