Oklahoma Baptist University

College of Humanities and Social Sciences Recognizes Outstanding Students

OBU’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences recently recognized its exceptional students during OBU’s 2014 Awards Convocation Wednesday, May 7.

Dr. Pam Robinson, dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, presented four outstanding senior awards to students.

Bethany Miles, an English, secondary education major from Stillwater, Oklahoma, received the Outstanding Senior in the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences Award.

Brandon Melton, a Biblical languages and anthropology double major from Oklahoma City, received the Outstanding Senior in the Division of Language and Literature Award. He will graduate with the designation magna cum laude.

Michaela Patterson, an exercise and sports science: pre-allied health major from Wentzville, Missouri, received the Outstanding Senior in the Division of Kineseology and Leisure Studies Award. She will graduate with the designation magna cum laude.

Bethany Ray, a special / elementary education major from Oklahoma City, received the Outstanding Senior in the Division of Teacher Education Award. She will graduate with the designation summa cum laude.

Graduating seniors will participate in Spring Commencement Friday, May 16, in Raley Chapel’s Potter Auditorium. Students graduate with the designation summa cum laude for maintaining at least a 3.95 grade-point average. Students who maintained at least at 3.70 GPA are designated magna cum laude. Students who maintained at least a 3.40 GPA are designated cum laude.

Learn more about OBU’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences.

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