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Program Alumni

Honors Program graduates have been admitted to some of the best professional and graduate schools. In addition, recent Honors Program students have been awarded nationally competitive scholarships, including:

British Marshall Scholarship

Kerry McAuliffe, Bellaire, Texas
David McCrary, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Melissa Cox, Artesia, New Mexico
Ann Vernon, Fort Smith, Arkansas

Harry S. Truman Scholarship

Brigid DeCoursey, Little Rock, Arkansas
Matthew Warren, Stillwater, Oklahoma
Tina Tran, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Matthew Lindsey, Overland Park, Kansas

Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship

Pavel Gershteyn, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Emily Scott, Zionsville, Indiana
Timothy Swearingen, Duncanville, Texas
Dominic Schulte, Sioux City, Iowa

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Jessie Finch, Tucson, Arizona
Mary McGlohon, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Vanessa Russo, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Mary Ann Shuller, Choctaw, Oklahoma
Isabella Muntz, Dallas, Texas
Paul Carpenter, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Chris Rummel, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship from the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

Tina Tran, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Department of Defense Fellowship

Pavel Gershteyn, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Paul Carpenter, Tulsa, Oklahoma

J. William Fulbright Fellowship

James “Trey” Johnston, III, Coweta, Oklahoma
Walker Womack, Overland Park, Kansas
Cara Dublin, Austin, Texas
Jack Turner, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Christy Mason, Jenks, Oklahoma

Morris K. Udall Scholarship

Brigid DeCoursey, Little Rock, Arkansas
Timothy Swearingen, Duncanville, Texas

Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship

Micah Kordsmeier, Durham, North Carolina
Andre Boustani, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Vanessa Russo, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Emily Scott, Zionsville, Indiana
Jeffrey Oldham, Gendale, Arizona
Ann Vernon, Fort Smith, Arkansas

Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship

Malia Castillo, Kellyville, Oklahoma

USA Today Academic All Stars

Brigid DeCoursey, Little Rock, Arkansas

Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Arts Award

Noam Faingold, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Erasmus Mundus Scholarship

J. Christopher Proctor, McKinney, Texas