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Celebrating Achievement with Tradition

Published: 05/04/2017

By: Candis Birchfield

COSAM recognized top students and faculty at the annual Honors Convocation, which took place on April 22 in the Auburn University Student Center Ballroom. Each year, the Honors Convocation is dedicated to a retired COSAM faculty member, and this year’s ceremony was held in honor of Stephen Kempf, (pictured), retired professor in the Department of Biological Sciences.

Stephen KempfKempf retired in 2016 after serving 30 years as a faculty member at Auburn. During his career, he received honorary membership in Alpha Epsilon Delta in recognition of his Histology and Vertebrate Development course development and instruction. A former student of Kempf’s who was in medical school at the University of Alabama at Birmingham wrote to say, “I do not think there is anything that we have learned in histology this year that you did not cover. Your course prepared me more for my first year of medical school than any other undergrad class that I took at Auburn.” Another former student who was in the first year of medical school told Kempf, “I took your histology course last spring and now I'm beginning histology in medical school at Northwestern University. I have to say that without your course, I would be floundering in histology right now. Histology and Vertebrate Development were the best classes that I could have taken to prepare myself for medical school, and I feel just as competent (and sometimes more prepared!) as students from Ivy League or other ‘top’ schools in the country.”

Kempf’s research was in the area of morphological and functional analysis of neurodevelopment in molluscan larvae, and energetics and morphology of zooxanthella - jellyfish symbioses. He has 30 publications in excellent journals, including the Journal of Phycology, Invertebrate Biology, Zoomorphology, Biological Bulletin, Journal of Comparative Neurobiology, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, J. Molluscan Studies, and many others.

During the ceremony, students were recognized for outstanding achievement for the 2016-2017 academic year. Dean Nicholas Giordano also congratulated several students, faculty and staff for exceptional performance including the following


Outstanding COSAM Graduate Teaching Assistants

Dianna L. Forbes, Chemistry and Biochemistry

Nathanael M. (Matt) Gill, Physics

Carla C. Stout, Biological Sciences


Outstanding COSAM Faculty Advisor

Dr. Douglas C. Goodwin, Chemistry and Biochemistry


Outstanding COSAM Teacher

Dr. Paul A. Cobine, Biological Sciences


Comer Award:

Abigail K. Bartlett, Biological Sciences - Wetumpka, AL

Claire L. Zhang, Mathematics and Statistics - Madison, AL


President’s Award

Stephanie M. Campbell, Biological Sciences - Wildwood, MO


Student Government Association Award

Brandon Honeywell, Biomedical Sciences - Brownsboro, AL 


2017 COSAM Dean’s Medalists

Reka D. Muller, Biological Sciences - Budapest, Hungary

Reka Muller was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary, where she graduated from the most prestigious high school in the country and lead the junior tennis rankings in every age group. As she continued her education at Auburn University, she maintained a 3.92 GPA in molecular biology, and she is a member of the prestigious Phi Kappa Phi and Chi Alpha Sigma Honor Societies. She continued to excel at tennis, helping Auburn’s division I tennis team break multiple school records and a national ranking of #11. Besides athletics and academics, Muller has been heavily involved in research. As one of the Cellular and Molecular Biosciences Summer Research Scholars in 2015, her project on Glanzmann Thrombasthenia under the direction of Mary Boudreaux, professor emeritus in the College of Veterinary Medicine, was published in the Journal of Internal Veterinary Medicine. Muller is currently working on gene therapy for a neurodegenerative disorder in the Scott-Ritchey Research Center that will soon reach clinical trial status. She has also been involved in leadership activates through the athletic department, and she served as an Emerging Leader for the past two years in the Auburn Leadership Institute, a program designed to help guide and mentor freshmen and transfer student athletes. As a community service executive in the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, she has been heavily involved in giving back to the community and helping student athletes do the same.

Alexis H. Thrasher, Biological Sciences - Trussville, AL

Alexis Thrasher is a senior graduating in May with an undergraduate degree in microbiology and a minor in psychology. She will attend the University of Alabama School of Medicine beginning this July. Thrasher spent yet senior year at Auburn University serving as president of COSAM Leaders, the official hosts and hostesses of the college. She participated in undergraduate research in the College of Agriculture under the supervision of Sang-Wook Park, assistant professor of entomology and plant pathology, studying jasmonic acid precursors for potential chemotherapeutic mechanisms in plants. Thrasher has also served as a Biology 1010 teaching assistant for the past two years. Outside of academics, Thrasher has been involved in her social sorority and says she enjoys spending time traveling with her friends and family.

Meredith M. Montgomery, Biomedical Sciences - Moulton, AL

Meredith Montgomery will graduate this spring with a bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences and a 4.0 GPA. She conducted undergraduate research in the lab of Jennifer Panizzi, assistant professor of physiology in the College of Veterinary Medicine, working with zebrafish to investigate the mechanisms of primary ciliary dyskinesia. Montgomery is a member of numerous national honor societies including: Omicron Delta Kappa, a national leadership honor society; Mortar Board, a national honor society for college seniors that recognizes achievement; and Alpha Epsilon Delta, a national health pre-professional honor society for which she served as a pre-med representative. While at Auburn, Montgomery has maintained a passion for serving both the university and the community. During the last two-and-a-half years, she mentored two children through Project Uplift. She also served as a Camp War Eagle Parent Counselor and was honored to be named Parent Counselor of the Year by her peers. Montgomery is a member of a social sorority, and over the course of the last four years, she performed at football and basketball games as a member of the Tiger Paws dance team—one of her greatest joys and passions during her time at Auburn. Montgomery was accepted to the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine through the Early Decision program, and she will begin her medical education in the fall of 2017.

Meredith E. Thomley, Biomedical Sciences - Birmingham, AL

Meredith Thomley will graduate this spring with a bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences and will be attending the University of Alabama School of Medicine in the fall. While serving as COSAM School Council President, Thomley proposed a revised pre-medicine curriculum to promote the continued success of students in her college. She further shared her heart for healthcare with Auburn’s campus as a Top 5 Miss Auburn candidate. Her platform outlined providing additional resources for the Auburn University Medical Clinic to better the student body as a whole. This vision to care for fellow students in need stems from her extensive volunteer work with the local nonprofit clinic Mercy Medical Clinic. Above all, Thomley’s most rewarding college experience has been participating in undergraduate research conducted by the Applied Behavioral Analysis Lab, working with children with disabilities to encourage social skill acquisition. Inducted as a junior into the prestigious Mortar Board Senior Honor Society, Thomley is also a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Delta, and Lambda Sigma honor societies. Her favorite extracurricular activities include fulfilling mission work abroad, dancing at the annual Greek Sing philanthropy event, and participating in Auburn’s Cooking and Baking Club. She said she is incredibly grateful for the opportunities given to her by COSAM and Auburn University, and she is phenomenally eager for the many to come in medical school.

Laura Beth Towery, Biomedical Sciences - Chelsea, AL

Laura Beth Towery will graduate this spring with a bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences, a 4.0 GPA, and Honors Scholar distinction through the Honors College. She has performed undergraduate research in the departments of biology and kinesiology, and has passionately served the Auburn community through leadership as: vice president of scholarship for her social sorority; president of Mortar Board, a national honor society for college seniors that recognizes achievement; scalpel reporter for Alpha Epsilon Delta, a national health pre-professional honor society; and director of Miss Homecoming for Omicron Delta Kappa, a national leadership honor society. In addition, Towery is a member of the prestigious Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and the national service organization Cardinal Key. She also worked as a supplemental instructor for physics. Towery spent the past two-and-a-half years mentoring two children in the community through Project Uplift and has also served as a mentor for incoming freshman at the Oaks Retreat. She has been accepted to four medical schools across the country and will begin her medical education in the fall. Towery said she is tremendously grateful for the opportunities provided by Auburn University and for the support given by her advisors, professors, family, and friends.

Natasha K. Narayanan, Chemistry and Biochemistry - Auburn, AL

Natasha Narayanan will graduate in May with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry. As someone who did not particularly enjoy chemistry in high school, she is grateful to the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty for igniting and supporting her interests in chemistry and teaching. A member of the Honors College, Narayanan became involved in undergraduate research as a freshman and considers it an integral and transformative aspect of her college experience. She spent three years working in an organic synthesis lab under the direction of Bradley Merner, the James E. Land Assistant Professor of Chemistry, and is currently working in a pharmacology lab in the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine under the direction of Assistant Professor Satya Pondugula. Last summer she worked in a cancer biology lab at Cambridge University on a project that involved imaging the genetic material in cancer cells. As a junior, Narayanan was a recipient of the prestigious Barry Goldwater Scholarship. While at Auburn, Narayanan has worked as a Study Partners tutor, a supplemental instructor for chemistry courses, and an undergraduate teaching assistant for organic chemistry labs. In her free time, she enjoys riding horses, cycling, and hiking. After graduation, she will continue her education at Cambridge University.

Abigail A. Smith, Geosciences - Florence, AL

Abigail Smith will graduate in May with a bachelor’s degree in geography. She was a recipient of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Scholarship, as well as a two-time recipient of the John G. and Tamara L. Trawick Scholarship. During her freshman year, she was a member of the Auburn University Wheelchair Basketball Team. She has also been a teaching assistant in the Department of Geosciences, where she assisted with the freshman Global Geography classes. Smith is a member of the national honors fraternity Phi Sigma Pi, and the international geographic honor society, Gamma Theta Upsilon. During her senior year, she was elected president of Auburn’s chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon and has helped revitalize the chapter with emphasis on peer collaboration and outreach. Smith has conducted field work with a team that updated Lee County’s 911 address database. Her academic focus is health and medical geography with career goals that include studying the spatial distribution of disease-related environmental factors. After graduation, she will further her education at the University of North Alabama in the Geospatial Science program.

Doyon Kim, Mathematics and Statistics - Pyeongtaek, Republic of Korea

Doyon Kim will graduate in May with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. He moved to Auburn from South Korea in 2011, rather unexpectedly, and he appreciates every moment of his undergraduate experience. During the summer of 2015, he participated in the NSF-funded Research Experience for Undergraduates program in algebra and discrete mathematics at Auburn University under the direction of Professor Peter Johnson. He received an Auburn University Undergraduate Research Fellowship and worked on a problem in discrete geometry under Professor Andras Bezdek. Kim presented the result at the 2016 This is Research: Auburn University Student Symposium and the 2017 Joint Mathematics Meeting in Atlanta. During the summer of 2016, he worked on a problem in number theory under the direction of Professor Luke Oeding. In the fall of 2016, he was a participant in the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics program in Hungary. Kim has worked on six different research projects and written four papers, three of which have been published. He says he loves mathematics, and after graduation, Kim plans to study number theory in a doctoral program.

Martin A. Wang, Physics - Huntsville, AL

Martin Wang will graduate in May with a bachelor of science in physics and a bachelor of engineering in electrical engineering. Over the past two years, he has conducted research with Marcelo Kuroda, assistant professor of physics, using large-scale calculations to study the characteristics of electrostatically-tunable band-offsets in 2-D material heterostructures. His research has been presented at the CNMS Meeting at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and at the NanoBio Conference. Last summer, he worked at Boeing to help develop modeling and simulations software. In his free time, Wang enjoys water polo, badminton, reading, and gaming. Upon graduation, he hopes to enter industry.


Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence (4.0 GPA)

Meghan M. Ahern, Chemistry, B.A. - Fleming Island, FL

Stephen A. Atwood, Mathematics - Birmingham, AL

Kristen M. Beaufait, Mathematics - Huntsville, AL

Matthew H. Brown, Biochemistry - Huntsville, AL

Ryan C. Bynum, Biomedical Sciences - Friendswood, TX

Stephanie M. Campbell, Microbial Biology - Wildwood, MO

Candace N. Clemmons, Biomedical Sciences - Chancellor, AL

W. Tanner Cox, Biomedical Sciences - Montgomery, AL

Gillian  R. Garver, Biomedical Sciences - Hoover, AL

Abigail M. Gauthier, Biomedical Sciences - Decatur, AL

Lauren A. Gibson, Biomedical Sciences - Eufaula, AL

T. Abby Gosdin, Biomedical Sciences - Birmingham, AL

Brandon M. Honeywell, Biomedical Sciences - Brownsboro, AL

Emily C. Knowling, Biomedical Sciences - Huntsville, AL

Jared M. Krosser, Chemistry, B.A. - Chappaqua, NY

David   H. Loveless, Biomedical Sciences - Birmingham, AL

David   T. Mitchell, Biomedical Sciences - Madison, AL

Victoria A. Moffa, Discrete Mathematics - Auburn, AL

Meredith M. Montgomery, Biomedical Sciences - Moulton, AL

Stuart P. Moon, Biochemistry - Muscle Shoals, AL

Natasha K. Narayanan, Biochemistry - Auburn, AL

Elizabeth L. Nichols, Biomedical Sciences - Hoover, AL

Alexander P. Nocera, Biomedical Sciences - Daphne, AL

Brian D. Overman, Biomedical Sciences - Madison, AL

Romil K. Patel, Biomedical Sciences - Montgomery, AL

Brian D. Russell, Actuarial Mathematics - Trussville, AL

Elizabeth C. Schloss, Mathematics - Prattville, AL

Stephanie M. Spina, Biomedical Sciences - Vestavia Hills, AL

Sarah J. Stone, Biomedical Sciences - Phenix City, AL

Laura Beth Towery, Biomedical Sciences - Sterrett, AL

Christopher R. Walz, Biomedical Sciences - Indian Springs, AL

Claire L. Zhang, Mathematics - Madison, AL                           

 

Outstanding Juniors

Biological Sciences

Adam L. Brasher, Organismal Biology - Gardendale, AL

Biomedical Sciences

Abbey S. Phelps, Biomedical Sciences - Southlake, TX

Chemistry & Biochemistry

Will G. McDonough, Biochemistry - Opelika, AL

Geosciences           

Jennifer R. Lewis, Geography - Pensacola, FL

Mathematics & Statistics

Timothy W. Guice, Applied Discrete Mathematics - Centre, AL

Physics

Ayden J. Kish, Physics - Santa Rosa Beach, FL


Junior Award Winners (4.0 GPA)

Joseph N. Anderson, Biomedical Sciences - Prattville, AL

Devon A. Askins, Biomedical Sciences - Vestavia Hills, AL

Sarah E. Battles, Mathematics - Hartselle, AL

Hannah E. Black, Biomedical Sciences - Attalla, AL

Jordan M. Burlingame, Biomedical Sciences - Brownsboro, AL

Wesley G. Curles, Biomedical Sciences - Montgomery, AL

Cooper D. Elkins, Biomedical Sciences - Brentwood, TN

Ryan B. Elkins, Biomedical Sciences - Huntsville, AL

Kelsey L. Hall, Biomedical Sciences - Luverne, AL

Jane I. Hampton, Biomedical Sciences - Montgomery, AL

Austin G. Hughes, Biomedical Sciences - Decatur, AL

Mark R. Johnson, Biomedical Sciences - Hoover, AL

Doohyun Kim, Biomedical Sciences - Auburn, AL

Ayden J. Kish, Physics - Santa Rosa Beach, FL

Timothy C. Kreger, Biomedical Sciences - Owens Cross Roads, AL

Brandon L. Morris, Applied Mathematics - Madison, AL

Sam M. Motz, Biomedical Sciences - Huntsville, AL

Caroline E. Murchison, Biomedical Sciences - Knoxville, TN

Logan P. Myrick, Biomedical Sciences - Haleyville, AL

Laura E. Oldfather, Biomedical Sciences - Madison, AL

Melanie W. Parrott, Biomedical Sciences - Tampa, FL

Sai J. Patel, Chemistry, B.A. - Gulf Shores, AL

Abbey S. Phelps, Biomedical Sciences - Southlake, TX

Annie E. Sauer, Applied Mathematics - Discrete Summerfield, NC

Thomas M. Snead, Biomedical Sciences - Auburn, AL

Kristyn Suelflow, Biomedical Sciences - Gulf Breeze, FL

Sarah R. Tepool, Biomedical Sciences - Huntsville, AL

Denslow A. Trumbull, Biomedical Sciences - Montgomery, AL

Rex L. Waer, Biomedical Sciences - Waverly, AL   


Sophomore Award Winners (4.0 GPA)

Bailey N. Acton, Biomedical Sciences - Birmingham, AL

Grafton S. Barnett, Biomedical Sciences - Harvest, AL

Sydney N. Bergstresser, Microbial Biology - Madison, AL

Rayna M. Burkard, Biomedical Sciences - Hampton Cove, AL

Claudia R. Casanova, Biomedical Sciences - Canton, GA

Owen N. Chandler, Biomedical Sciences - Vestavia Hills, AL

Stephen T. Chandler, Biomedical Sciences - Birmingham, AL

Courtney A. Cleary, Biomedical Sciences - Brownsboro, AL

William G. Cordell, Biomedical Sciences -  Section, AL

Julie G. Dickenson, Biomedical Sciences - Brentwood, TN

Victoria L. Donaldson, Biomedical Sciences - Auburn, AL

Zuri A. Foster, Pre-Pharmacy - Montgomery, AL

Ayaka Fujihashi, Chemistry - Birmingham, AL

Jordan A. George, Biomedical Sciences - Athens, AL

Ashley L. Gibson, Mathematics - Enterprise,  AL

Johnathan M. Grimes, Pre-Pharmacy - Hoschton, GA

Emma C. Hale, Biomedical Sciences - Saint Augustine, FL

Daniel H. Hendrickson, Applied Mathematics - Canton, GA

Caleb R. Hood, Biomedical Sciences - Oneonta, AL

Ellery A. Jones, Biochemistry - Huntsville, AL

Mary C. Kash, Microbiology - Birmingham, AL

Emma L. Kirby, Applied Mathematics - Daphne, AL

Tyler D. Lamar, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

Evan G. Leonard, Applied Mathematics-Discrete - Heflin, AL

Elizabeth M. Lopez, Biomedical Sciences - Madison, AL

Samuel C. Lubor, Cell/Molecular Biology - Mundelein, IL

Jordan E. Mangat, Biomedical Sciences - Dunwoody, GA

Rebecca L. Martin, Biomedical Sciences - Thiensville, WI

Tanner M. Martin, Pre-Medicine - West Point, GA

Julia C. McClendon, Undecided - Lanett, AL

Julie A. McDaniel, Pre-Pharmacy - Montgomery, AL

Christina Sabrina McPhee, Marine Biology - Nassau

Sydney L. Meadows, Pre-Pharmacy - New Site, AL

Emily K. Mince, Biomedical Sciences - Birmingham, AL

Benjamin  J. Nelson, Pre-Medicine - Opp, AL

John C. Nichols, Biomedical Sciences - Hoover, AL

Yumi Oh, Pre-Pharmacy - Opelika, AL

Lauren A. Oliver, Microbial Biology - Huntsville, AL

Brandon D. Rosser, Biomedical Sciences - Vestavia Hills, AL

Patrick G. Sahrmann, Biochemistry - Madison, AL

Callie E. Simon, Microbiology - Hoover, AL

Samuel C. Thomas, Biomedical Sciences - Talladega,  AL

Jada R. Thompson, Microbial Biology - Cullman, AL

Sarah E. Tisdale, Chemistry - Tuscaloosa, AL

Linda Tran, Biomedical Sciences - Grand Bay, AL

Shannon P. Uhl, Laboratory Science - Huntsville, AL

Philip R. Wang, Biomedical Sciences - Birmingham, AL

William W. Waples, Pre-Medicine - Brownsboro, AL

Callie C. Weakley, Pre-Pharmacy - Huntsville, AL

Emma D. Wheeler, Mathematics - Huntsville, AL

Natalie E. Wire, Microbiology - Owens Cross Roads, AL


Freshmen Award Winners (4.0 GPA)

Brianna L. Abernathy, Pre-Medicine - Whitesburg, GA

Priyanka Ahuja, Pre-Medicine - Montgomery, AL

Sidney I. Bailey, Pre-Medicine - Monroeville, AL

Bethany E. Beck, Pre-Medicine - Fort Payne , AL

Andrew B. Bonner, Microbiology - Vestavia, AL

Faith J. Boyer, Pre-Medicine - Huntsville, AL

Rachel E. Breuers, Pre-Medicine - Decatur, AL

Martin A. Brown, Pre-Pharmacy - Huntsville, AL

Katherine V. Buchanan, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

Kaylee N. Burlingame, Pre-Dentistry - Brownsboro, AL

William H. Camp, Pre-Physician Assistant - Auburn, AL

Emily M. Churchman, Microbiology - Mobile, AL

Benjamin J. Coakley, Pre-Medicine - Meridianville, AL

Brett J. Cocke, Pre-Medicine - Hoover, AL

Taylor E. Coe, Pre-Medicine - Vestavia Hills, AL

Alexandra K. Colvert, Pre-Medicine - Piedmont, AL

Natalie E. Conboy, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

David T. Coombs, Pre-Medicine - Mobile, AL

Milica S. Courtenay, Conservation & Biodiversity - Orlando, FL

Chase J. Craven, Chemistry, B.A. - Jacksonville, AL

LouAnn C. Crosby, Pre-Medicine - Madison, AL

Callie J. Cross, Pre-Medicine - Jasper, AL

Emily G. Crow, Pre-Pharmacy - Falkville, AL

Alexander P. Daugherty, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

Laura C. Davenport, Pre-Medicine - Oxford, AL

Nathan O. Dennis, Pre-Dentistry - Vestavia Hills, AL

Marissa H. Dogan, Pre-Medicine - Wetumpka, AL

Sarah Beth Dolinger, Pre-Physical Therapy - Helena, AL

Natalie A. Dorin, Pre-Medicine - Florence, AL

Kelly P. Dorsey, Pre-Medicine - Tampa, FL

Kathryn E. Dorsten, Pre-Pharmacy - Mountain Brook, AL

Caitlyn M. Dreher, Mathematics, Physics - Cumming, GA

Savannah O. Elrod, Pre-Medicine - Montgomery,   AL

Tanner A. English, Pre-Pharmacy - Florence, AL

Michael H. Erwin, Pre-Medicine - Montrose, AL

Hannah K. Fain, Integrative Biology - Dallas, TX

Nathaniel T. Farnlacher, Mathematics - Hoover, AL

Elizabeth A. Farrar, Biomedical Sciences - Lexington, SC

Kelly L. Faulkner, Pre-Optometry - Huntsville, AL

Isabella L. Fernandez, Pre-Medicine - Dothan, AL

Lauren E. Fleming, Pre-Pharmacy - Enterprise, AL

McKenzie E. Foxall, Pre-Medicine - Vestavia Hills, AL

Rachel A. Friend, Pre-Pharmacy - Deatsville, AL

Luke A. Ganus, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

Courtney J. Garrett, Pre-Medicine - Montgomery, AL

Abby L. Hagelskamp, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

Haley P. Harmon, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

Whitt M. Harrelson, Pre-Medicine - Vestavia Hills, AL

Sammy J. Haskins, Pre-Physical Therapy - Birmingham, AL

Meghanne E. Helms, Mathematics - Dora, AL

Caroline P. Herringdon, Pre-Dentistry - Maylene, AL

Georgeann E. Hester, Biomedical Sciences - Birmingham, AL

Sarah M. Hicks, Pre-Medicine - Saint Cloud, FL

Samantha L. Higgins, Pre-Pharmacy - Cape Coral, FL

Claire E. Hiott, Pre-Pharmacy - Trussville, AL

William C. Hixson, Pre-Medicine - Fairhope, AL

Yezhu Jiang, Pre-Pharmacy - Hoover, AL

Anna G. Johnson, Pre-Medicine - Trussville, AL

Wade S. Jones, Pre-Medicine - Guntersville, AL

Stella H. Knowlton, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

Leann H. Kopp, Applied Mathematics - Marietta, GA

William P. Kretzschmar, Pre-Medicine - Huntsville, AL

Alyssa K. Lambert, Pre-Medicine - Remlap, AL

Marc W. Leazer, Biochemistry - Jefferson, MD

Annie E. Lewis, Pre-Medicine - Baton Rouge,  LA

Alida M. Livingston, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

Allyson L. Lott, Pre-Physical Therapy - Mountain Brook, AL

Ragan L. Lowe, Pre-Medicine - Brentwood , TN

Sarah M. Lowman, Conservation & Biodiversity - Haleyville, AL

Spencer B. Macleod, Pre-Medicine - Huntsville, AL

Elizabeth C. McCalman, Pre-Medicine - Andalusia, AL

Hannah S. McCalman, Pre-Pharmacy - Andalusia, AL

Mark A. McClure, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

Anna R. McLaughlin, Pre-Pharmacy - Birmingham, AL

Morgan E. Meeker, Pre-Veterinary - Mobile, AL

Bryanna K. Meredith, Integrative Biology - Camden, AL

Laura E. Minton, Pre-Medicine - Rainbow City, AL

Lindsey F. Moore, Pre-Medicine - Hoover, AL

Scott H. Murphy, Pre-Medicine - Alpharetta, GA

Cameron A. Nall, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

James R. Nelson, Pre-Medicine - Dothan, AL

Elise M. Nicknish, Pre-Pharmacy - Houston, TX

Nicole Panzica, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

Holden J. Paz, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

William H. Pennington, Physics - Fort Wayne, IN

William E. Prater, Pre-Pharmacy - Montgomery, AL

Grace C. Promer, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

Abigail N. Putz, Pre-Medicine - Cookeville, TN

Cristina M. Radu, Pre-Medicine - Mobile, AL

Robert T. Rella, Pre-Medicine - Spanish Fort,    AL

Phillip B. Robinson, Pre-Medicine - Mobile, AL

Calista M. Rogers, Microbiology - Norcross, GA

Ailsa E. Saverse, Cell/Molecular Biology, Biochemistry - Devens, MA

Katherine A. Schaefer, Pre-Medicine - Evansville, IN

Lucas C. Schroeder, Pre-Medicine - Barnhart, MO

Allison L. Sell, Pre-Pharmacy - Auburn, AL

Jacob A. Sellers, Pre-Medicine - Madison, AL

Morgan R. Sisk, Pre-Medicine - Brownsboro, AL

Adam B. Smith, Pre-Pharmacy - Macon, GA

Harrison B. Smith, Cell/Molecular Biology - Birmingham, AL

John G .Smith, Pre-Medicine - Orange Beach, AL

Sarah K. Smith, Pre-Medicine - Phenix City, AL

Caroline M. Stark, Pre-Medicine - Auburn, AL

Madison B. Stephens, Pre-Medicine - Anniston, AL

Mary Alice Strohmeyer, Pre-Medicine - Beaufort, SC

Hannah N. Taylor, Pre-Medicine - Jacksonville, FL

Heather R. Thompson, Pre-Physical Therapy - Pelham, AL

Allison L. Tidwell, Pre-Medicine - Auburn, AL

Anna G. Traylor, Actuarial Mathematics - Huntsville, AL

Natalie M. Trout, Pre-Veterinary - Mobile, AL

Brady N. Unzicker, Physics - Phenix City, AL

Tyler S. Vermillion, Pre-Dentistry - Montgomery, AL

Kimberly A. Waggener, Pre-Medicine - Madison, AL

Megan M. Waguespack, Pre-Medicine - Thibodaux, LA

Rachel M. Walz, Pre-Physician Assistant - Birmingham, AL

Sidney E. Wasner, Chemistry, B.A. - Prattville, AL

Steven G. Watson, Pre-Physical Therapy - Pike Road, AL

Thomas B. Werk, Pre-Physical Therapy - Birmingham, AL

Mary K. Werner, Pre-Medicine - Memphis, TN

Ashlyn S. Whitaker, Pre-Medicine - Birmingham, AL

Stephen L. Williams, Microbiology -  Birmingham, AL

Morgan L. Woodworth, Pre-Pharmacy - Mobile, AL

Whitney E. Word, Pre-Dentistry - Gurley, AL

Madison E. Wright, Pre-Medicine - Mobile, AL

Lydia C. Yang, Microbiology - Tuscaloosa, AL

Emma E. Yonan, Integrative Biology - Libertyville, IL

Matthew W. Young, Pre-Medicine - Florence, AL

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