University Of Holy Cross Announces President’s List, Dean’s List, Endowed Professorships

NEW ORLEANS – The University of Holy Cross (formerly Our Lady of Holy Cross College) announced the President’s List and the Dean’s List from the Spring 2016 semester. In addition, the College announced the recipients of the next series of Endowed Professorships, which will begin on July 1, 2016 and end on June 30, 2019.

         The President’s List and the Dean’s List are made up of full-time students whose semester GPA is at least 3.90 and 3.70, respectively, with no grade lower than a C. To be eligible for a semester honor, a student must complete a minimum of 12 semester hours.

 

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Aliyah Thibodaux

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Christine Tran

Michael Turlich

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University of Holy Cross Dean’s List

 

Hanna Abuali

Tracey Allen

Tanya Aucoin

Asil Ayyad

Karlie Bavido

Amanda Bell

Katie Boyd

Ashley Caldarera

Hannah Chestnut

Madeline Clark

Jared Croal

Jasmine Dorsey

Megan Eiserloh

Aarion Hocutt

Nelby Hopkins

Layne Jenniskens

Deanna Khelik

Ireauna Lloyd

Alvin Mahler

Ricardo Martinez

Mallary Matherne

Taylar Maurice

Marsha Nelson

Margaret Randall

Heidie Randle

Lindsey Reeser

David Shaw

Max Smith

Taylor Teter

Charity Thomas

Katherine Thomson

Carol Tran

Colleen Tran

Thomas Walker

Ashley Williams

 

University of Holy Cross Endowed Professorships

 

Academy of Holy Angels

Ms. Janae Arcement

 

Adams I

Dr. Armine Shahoyan

 

Adams II

Dr. Delinda Martin

 

Dr. Jack Andonie

Dr. Lisa Sullivan

 

Bank One

Ms. Diana Schaubhut

 

Bell South

Ms. Juyanne James

 

Booth-Bricker

Dr. Ted Remley

 

Canizaro I-X

Dr. David Delio

 

Discon, M.S.C.

Ms. Diana Schaubhut

 

EENT I

Ms. Amanda Smith

 

EENT II

Dr. Monica Johnson

 

EENT III

Ms. Michelina Kite

 

Freeport Mc Moran Business and Economics

Ms. Lillian Grose

 

Hotel Dieu Nursing

Ms. Kristy Solis

 

Industrial Metals of the South

Dr. Matt Morris

 

Mac Donald

Dr. Brooke Muntean

 

Notre Dame Class of 56 I

Mr. James Yeargain

 

Notre Dame Class of 56 II

Ms. Penny Winfield

 

OLHCC Alumni

Ms. Valerie Anderson

 

O’Neill I Science

Dr. Darryl Holliday

 

O’Neill II Education

Dr. O.C. Hill

 

O’Neill III History

Dr. Craig Bauer

 

Schlieder

Dr. Christine Hypolite

 

         A fully accredited Catholic college on the West Bank of New Orleans, the University of Holy Cross offers more than 50 undergraduate and graduate programs to some 1,200 students. School reps said with 154 faculty members and a student-faculty ratio of 13:1, students enjoy a personalized academic experience on an active campus where they are encouraged to explore spiritual values and pursue service opportunities. Some of the college's most distinctive programs are in Nursing, Biology, Counseling, Education and Theology. School reps said the college was founded in 1916 as a mission of the Marianites of Holy Cross, whose distinguished history of educating minds and hearts dates to 1848.

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