Fulton residents Megan Means, Joshua Potter and Afton Real are among the students who have been named 2006 Distinguished Scholars at William Woods University.
Means, the daughter of David and Shari Means, received the honor in communications-public relations. Potter, the son of Joe and Kathy Potter, earned the honor in graphic design. Real, the daughter of Alton and Brenda Real, was awarded the business administration honor.
Other students named as Distinguished Scholars are: Susan Borghardt of Jefferson City, Mo., exercise science; Amanda Candee of Crocker, Mo., biology; Kathryn Droske of Texarkana, Texas, equestrian science; Ginger Forsythe of Hermann, Mo., elementary education; Ida Hoffmann of Defiance, Mo., communications-broadcasting; Esther Holleman of the Netherlands, equine administration; Kevin Julian of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, sports management; Jillian Lee of Morse Mill, Mo., biology; Kelly McClure of Lee’s Summit, Mo., political/legal studies; Timothy Reeves of Columbia, Mo., ASL interpreting; Jennifer Weiss of Jackson, Mo., accounting; Sarah Williams of Brookfield, Mo., studio art, and Tyler Yates of Marine, Mo., business administration.
To be a Distinguished Scholar at William Woods, a graduating senior must be selected by the faculty of a particular discipline. A minimum grade point average of 3.4 is required.
Distinguished Scholars at William Woods University from Fulton (left to right): Megan Means, Afton Real and Joshua Potter.