JBU’s Advance Program President’s and Dean’s List Students

Siloam Springs, Ark (October 25, 2000) — The following students have been named to John Brown University’s Presidents and Dean’s List for Term 3 (March 2000 - October 2000) of distinguished students of the Advance Degree Completion Program. Each student is a member of the Fort Smith Advance Program’s Group 21 and Group 17, and the Little Rock Advance Program’s Group 13.

President’s List (Semester GPA of 3.8 - 4.0)

Matthem Daugherty of Muldrow, OK. Craig Fraley of Jacksonville; Patrick Stark of Beebe; Barbara Small of Atkins; Barbara Oberste of Little Rock; Melody Overturf of Stuttgart; Mark Hughey of Conway; Candace Hobbs of Royal; and Deanna Hallsell of Benton. Dortha Bynum and Anita Means of Van Buren; Kelly Etchieson, Terence Layne, Greg Nichols, Dana Sharp, James Mikles, and Barbara Domerese of Fort Smith; and Julie Orme of Stigler, OK.

Dean’s List (Semester GPA of 3.4 - 3.79)

Calvin Cook, Chad Ohl and Kevin Sharum of Greenwood; Lisa Irwin and Katheryn Harter of Van Buren; Joseph Giacoppi of Pacola; Stan Ramsey, Randy Swaim, Teresa Vlery and Cheryl Yokey of Fort Smith; Eric Wilkins of Charleston; Royce Alverson of Whitefield, OK; and Polly Shoemake of Warner, OK. Matthew Dupree of Searcy; Anthony Brainerd of Maumelle; Daniel Milnes of Cabot; Demetris Threatt of Jacksonville; Chris McAllister of Redfield. Dortha Bynum and Anita Means of Van Buren; Kelly Etchieson, Terence Layne, Greg Nichols, Dana Sharp, James Mikles, and Barbara Domerese of Fort Smith; and Julie Orme of Stigler, OK.

The Advance Program is a degree completion program that allows students with two years of college credit to complete their bachelor’s degree by attending classes one night per week. Students progress through their studies as a group, taking courses in an established sequence.

Classes are designed for adults’ 23 years of age or older who have at least two years of prior college credit and relevant work experience. JBU offers the Advance Program in Northwest Arkansas, Little Rock, and Fort Smith.