School of Applied Sciences

The University of Mississippi

Applied Sciences Congratulates Taylor Medalists and Who’s Who Among Students at UM

Posted on April 13th, 2018 by staff

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OXFORD, Miss. – Seven students from the School of Applied Sciences were awarded Taylor Medals at the April 5, 2018 Honors and Awards Convocation held at the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Mississippi.

To be eligible, a student must have a grade-point-average of 3.9 or higher, must have senior standing and must have completed at least 18 semester hours in the school or college in which the nomination originates. The following students earned highest academic honor granted by the University of Mississippi:

Taylor Medalists
Lori Lynn Fain, Social Work
Kelly Ann Gilbert, Exercise Science
Meliah Grant, Communication Sciences & Disorders
Caitlin Marie Howley, Criminal Justice
Sydney Elizabeth Malone, Sport & Recreation Management
Lacie Dee Preston, Communication Sciences & Disorders
Madison Taylor Savoy, Communication Sciences & Disorders

Twenty-six students from the School of Applied Sciences were recognized at a ceremony held April 5, 2018 at the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts for being named Who’s Who Among Students at the University of Mississippi.
Administrators and faculty in Applied Sciences offer their warmest congratulations to the school’s inductees into this prestigious group:

Who’s Who Among Students at the University of Mississippi

Nekkita Beans Autumn Lewis Leah Margaret Strope
Shelby Bourgeois LaKayla Love Alex Tankersley
Austyn Davis Katelynn McCoy Amy Walker
Bradyn Eaves Kendarius McGruder Kendrick Wallace
Nyterica Edget John Nelson, Jr. Lindsay Weldon
Meliah Grant Grace Paddock Natalie Williams
Kendall Jenkins Sydney Reid Shelton Wittenberg
Kornicha Johnson Mi’esha Smith Georganna Yaekel
Alicia Lawson Maryanna Story  

The Dean’s Office extends congratulations to all of these outstanding students.