UT Names Fall 2004 Top Graduates

KNOXVILLE — The University of Tennessee has named 12 students as top graduates in their colleges for fall semester.

The minimum grade point average to qualify as a top grad is a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. The student with the highest GPA within this range is considered top grad in his or her college. Two top graduates in the same college indicate a tie.

Top graduates, by college:

Arts and Sciences – Shelby Rae Barnwell, audiology, Rossville, Tenn.; Mona Ambika Gupta, college scholar, Ooltewah; Stacy Devin Huskins, interdisciplinary programs, Cleveland, Tenn.; Erin Luptak, sociology, Maryville; Nancy Sloan, French, Nashville.

Communication and Information – Jennifer Anne Bodnar, speech communication, Atlanta, Ga.

Architecture and Design – Matthew Duncan Gregg, architecture, Knoxville.

Business Administration – Jamie Ellen Hill, accounting, Knoxville.

Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources – Jane Elizabeth Howell, agricultural economics and business, Morristown.

Education, Health and Human Sciences – Susan Knight, family studies, Greenback.

Engineering – Edwina Booth Merritt, civil engineering, Gatlinburg.

Nursing – Abiline Lynette Terry, nursing, Oneida.