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SAFHS Dean’s List


Thirty-three University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences (SAFHS) students made the Dean’s List for the 2012 spring semester that ended May 11, according to Dr. James O. Garner Jr., dean/director.

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 (GPA) out of a possible 4.0 and completed a minimum of 15 credit hours with no incomplete courses.

Of the seven students who earned a 4.0 GPA (all A’s), one is from White Hall – Anthony Fernando, an aquaculture/fisheries major. Four other Arkansans earning a 4.0 GPA are Vanessa Carter, Helena, who graduated May 2012 with a major in human sciences; Rachael Duncan, an agriculture major, Grapevine; Beloit Jones, agriculture, El Dorado; and Leigh Lovelace, human sciences, West Helena.

Also earning a 4.0 are Cornelius Williams, Lettsworth, La.; and Jazmine Askew, Memphis, Tenn.

Ten students from Pine Bluff earned a GPA of 3.5 to 3.9. They are agriculture majors Alisha Dowd, who graduated May 2012; Jessica McAfee; Adrienne Morgan; and Taurean Morrow. Human sciences majors from Pine Bluff are Elizabeth Adair; Jasmin Clark, who also graduated May 2012; Leshala Collins; Nakita Davis; Shida Hawkins; and Sherita Thomas.

Other Arkansans on the Dean’s List are Alisha Henry, a human sciences major, West Helena; Dexter Howard, agriculture, Searcy; Ebony Manning, human sciences, Altheimer; Mason Stedman, human sciences; Little Rock; and Phillip Sanders, human sciences, Little Rock.

Out-of-state students on the Dean’s List are Cristal Amaro, Memphis, Tenn.; Aisha Armstrong, Coldwater, Miss.; Lauren Goodwin, Chicago; Keishauna Hayes, Florissant, Mo.; Lyle Parrish, Irrigon, Ore.; Alichia Wilson, Manistee, Mich.; Shawnica Andrews, St. Louis; Deneshia Sands, a 2012 graduate, Lancaster, Texas; Erin Suggs, Jacksonville, Fla.; Jasmine Tucker, a May 2012 graduate; Harker Heights, Texas; and Zilkie Reaghan, Calgary, Canada.