LSU Recognizes 19 University Medalists During December Commencement

12/16/2016
BATON ROUGE – Nineteen LSU seniors received University Medals for graduating with the highest undergraduate grade-point averages as part of LSU’s 291st commencement exercises on Friday, Dec. 16.

The medalists, listed by hometown and state below, are the students who authorized the release of their names: 

Louisiana

Alexandria: Catherine Claire Pearson, College of Humanities & Social Sciences

Arnaudville: Lauren Elizabeth Darby, College of Human Sciences & Education

Baton Rouge: Christopher Joseph Bloise, College of Science; Hannah Sue McLain, Manship School of Mass Communication; Caroline Elizabeth Savoie, College of Science

Belle Chasse: Macy Noelle Jackel, College of Humanities & Social Sciences

Covington: Dylan Thomas Perez, E. J. Ourso College of Business

Denham Springs: Rachel Marie Crowder, College of Humanities & Social Sciences

Gonzales: Chauncey Elise Stephens, College of Human Sciences & Education

Kenner: Chelsea Lynn Brossette, College of Humanities & Social Sciences

Luling: Mary Ann Johns, Manship School of Mass Communication

Monroe: Gregory Charles Long, College of Science

New Orleans: Grant Davis Bourque, College of Engineering

Plaquemine: Emily Randon Watkins, College of Humanities & Social Sciences

Shreveport: Morgan Elizabeth Booker, College of Human Sciences & Education

Thibodaux: Dylan Soderstrum, College of Science

 

Georgia

Atlanta: Davis Houston Cowles, College of the Coast & Environment

Texas

Richmond: Austin Elijah Brunson, College of Science

Brazil

Fortaleza: Erika Prado Haguette, E. J. Ourso College of Business

 

For more information on LSU commencement, visit www.lsu.edu/commencement.

 

 

Contact Ernie Ballard
LSU Media Relations
225-578-5685
eballa1@lsu.edu