William Woods University Students Named Distinguished Scholars

William Woods University has designated 19 students as 2016 Distinguished Scholars. William Woods University faculty of various disciplines have the opportunity each spring to designate one graduating senior as a Distinguished Scholar. A minimum grade-point average of 3.4 is required, but the faculty may consider other relevant academic factors and variables in the selection process.

Honored students are:

Distinguished Scholar – Biology, Rachel Ostrem
Distinguished Scholar – Biology Education, Bryn Zink
Distinguished Scholar – Business, Caleb Bounds
Distinguished Scholar – Communication, Alyssa McManus
Distinguished Scholar – Elementary Education, Morgan Gehrke
Distinguished Scholar – Equine Administration, Marta Anderson
Distinguished Scholar – Equine General Studies, Sara Sektnan
Distinguished Scholar – Equestrian Science, Brianna Jaeger
Distinguished Scholar – Graphic Design, Emily Rogers
Distinguished Scholar – American Sign Language Interpreting, Chasah Warkentin
Distinguished Scholar – Management of Information Systems, Kelcee Rosslan
Distinguished Scholar – Math, Anne Wehner
Distinguished Scholar – Psychology, Halie Brooks
Distinguished Scholar – Social Work, Kadie Atterberry
Distinguished Scholar – Special Education, Chelsea Wiler
Distinguished Scholar – Sports Management, John Cavness
Distinguished Scholar – Studio Art, Ashley Meyer
Distinguished Scholar – Physical Education, Dillon Shoemaker
Distinguished Scholar – Political/Legal Studies, Kelsi Lietzow