36 students on fall 2012 Agriculture, Fisheries Dean’s List

Thirty-six University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences students made the Dean’s List for the 2012 fall semester that ended Dec. 14, according to Dean/Director James O. Garner Jr.

To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students must be in good standing at UAPB, have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average out of a possible 4.0 and completed a minimum of 12 credit hours with no incomplete courses.

Of the eight students who earned a 4.0 GPA (all A’s), three are from Pine Bluff: Mari Melder, a fisheries biology major; Elaina Buckner, a merchandising, textiles and design major; and Kimiara Johnson, a human development and family studies major.

Three other Arkansans earning a 4.0 are Anthony Fernando, White Hall, a fisheries biology major; Antonia Buford, Warren, and Pamela Jones, Gould, both human development and family studies majors.

Also, earning a 4.0 GPA are Cristal Amaro and Bremeshia Gipson, both from Memphis, Tenn.

Of the 28 students with GPAs of 3.50-3.99, seven are from Pine Bluff. They are agriculture business majors Jessica McAfee, Adrienne Morgan and Penny Torres; fisheries biology majors Lyle Parrish and Avrion Williams; and merchandizing, textiles and design student Elizabeth Adair; and human development and family studies student Nakita Davis.

Fourteen other Arkansans are also on the Dean’s List. They are Matthew Dismuke, Camden; Daniel Perry, Lexa; Llatonnia Richard, Dermott; agriculture; and human sciences majors Latecia Barnes, Altheimer; Jameshia Jacquess, Dumas; Charlet Jones, Marianna; Leigh Lovelace, West Helena; Stedman Mason, Little Rock; Kyunta McCoy, Lexa; Shawani Milton, Grady; English Peterson, Little Rock; Mollie Sanford, White Hall; Jazzmine Shavers, North Little Rock; and Kiphanie Williams, Altheimer.

Also on the Dean’s List are Mark Douglas, Spring Branch, Texas; Jason Ibrahim, Madera, Calif.; Alichia Wilson, Manistee, Mich.; Shawnica Andrews, St. Louis; Catrisa Christopher and Zendrisha Salter, Memphis; and Erin Suggs, Jacksonville, Fla.