Release Date: April 16, 2004
Top Graduate Students Honored by Angelo State
During the annual Graduate School Awards Banquet Friday evening, Angelo State University honored Marcie Schneider Golden, Cassandra E. O'Connor and Daniel K. Woolley as outstanding graduate students within their respective colleges.
Graduate Dean Dr. Carol Diminnie honored the three as well as the finalists for the annual award recognizing the accomplishments of ASU graduate students and their scholarly contributions to knowledge.
Golden, an accounting major from Fredericksburg, was named the distinguished graduate student from the College of Business and Professional Studies. San Angelo English major O'Connor was honored as the distinguished graduate student from the College of Liberal and Fine Arts. Woolley, an animal science major from Spur, was recognized as the distinguished graduate student from the College of Sciences. Each distinguished graduate student received a plaque.
Finalists for the awards were Melissa Gwathmey, an industrial-organizational psychology major from San Angelo; James Daniel Robertson, a kinesiology major from Graham; Rebecca L. Silva, a nursing major from Eldorado; and Shelly Novotny, a biology major from San Angelo.
Diminnie also recognized ASU graduate students who have maintained a perfect 4.0 grade point average after completing at least half of their graduate program as well as those students who have written or presented papers or won awards.