John Brown University Recognizes Students From Arkansas
Siloam Springs, Ark (February 7, 2000) — The following students from Arkansas have been named to the John Brown University President’s and Dean’s List for Fall 1999:
Jeremy Allen from Rogers; Paige Canfield and Carol Malone from Springdale; Martha Hancock from Bentonville; Kimberly Durrett, Dawna Maples, Mary Jo Norberg, Jamie Paskiewicz, Andrea Roberts, Andrea Robinson, Sara Schumacher, and Rachel Seauve from Siloam Springs; Kristen Barrick from Gravette; Lance Bridges from Greenwood; Jackson Dunn from Hartford; Tonya Fountain from Harrison; Monique Harris from Vilonia; Lisa Hulet from Lincoln; John Lein, Jamie Truman, and Stacey Wright from Gentry; Miriam Miller from Summers; Benjamin Newton from Maumelle; Evan Sewall, Janel Blunier, from Little Rock; Sharina Watkins from Witter; Joshua Williams from Hope.
Jessica Allen, Mance Buttram, Suzanne McDuell, Jennifer Miles, Kara Reeves, and Virginia Rhame from Rogers; Karen Blank, Angie Evans, Craig Ford, Seritha Mahoney, Brian Matchell, Gary McAlpin, Nathaniel Mindeman, and Adam Burns from Siloam Springs; Jennifer Coates, Lindsey Hancock, and Lyndell Horine from Springdale; Natalie Huber, Sara Malley, and Amanda Sayer from Bentonville; Joseph Mason, Staci Prier, and Finley Robinson from Fayetteville; Andrew Bailey from Cotter; Dinah Burnett from Eureka Springs; Krista Drake from Russellville; Sarah Ernst from Ozark; Lindsay Esau from Harrison; Rebekah Kotter from Clarksville; Melinda Ott, Laura Spurlock, and Rachel Walker from Sherwood; Joanna Schulte from Mena; Brian Warren from El Dorado.
Since 1919, John Brown University, a nondenominational Christian university, has provided top-quality, Christ-centered higher education. JBU embraces a three-fold emphasis on educating the "Head, Heart and Hand" of 1,500 students from 47 states and 33 countries. For ten consecutive years, JBU has been on the John Templeton Foundation Honor Roll of Character Building Colleges. The University has also repeatedly been included in the U.S. News & World Report’s list of top regional colleges and universities.