10 seniors and 10 freshmen honored for academic and service success
The University of Tulsa and the TU Alumni Association are recognizing 10 students with the Jess Chouteau Outstanding Senior award this fall. The honor is granted to TU seniors who demonstrate exceptional achievement in both academic and service endeavors.
The 2014 Jess Chouteau Outstanding Seniors are: Bryce Cason of Coppell, Texas, energy management and finance; Patrick Flam of Houston, Texas, energy management and finance; Mary Hope Forsyth of Cushing, Okla., communication; Sarah Hartley of Norman, Okla., communication; Caleb Lareau of Edmond, Okla., biochemistry and mathematics; Parker Malone of Houston, Texas, energy management and finance; Michael Mancini of San Antonio, Texas, history and education; Molly Noah of Dallas, Texas, anthropology; Hannah Smith of Bentonville, Ark., accounting; and Lauren Stanley of Kansas City, Mo., speech-language pathology and psychology.
Omicron Delta Kappa also recently announced the Top 10 students who were freshmen last year. The national leadership honor society pays tribute to exceptional leadership and versatility in college. The following students were honored: Ellis Bender of Tulsa, Okla., accounting and marketing; Whitney Cipolla of Tulsa, Okla., English and education; Kelly Cosgrove of Kansas City, Kan., psychology and pre-med; Carter Garrison of Springfield, Mo., energy management; Kaitlin Mar of Wichita, Kan., biology and pre-med; Natalie Nibert of Wichita, Kan., biology and pre-med; Natalie Santa-Pinter of Choctaw, Okla., biochemistry and pre-med; Kyla Sloan of Houston, Texas, speech-language pathology; Meg Smith of St. Louis, Mo., biology and pre-med; Claire Thompson of Tulsa, Okla., accounting, finance and economics.