Turley Named Distinguished Biology Scholar at WWU
|4/19/2007||Mary Ann Beahon|
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||(573) 592-1127|
Turley, the son of Larry and the late Shawn Turley, received the honor in biology.
Other students named as Distinguished Scholars are: Ashley Jeralds of Maryland Heights, Mo., and Genevieve Jimenez of St. Peters, Mo., American Sign Language Interpreting; Amanda Beck of Jefferson City, Mo., and Chad Johansen of Cypress, Calif., Business Administration; Catharine Douglass of Kansas City, Mo., Communications; Lauren McMichael of Houston, Texas, Equestrian Science; Becky Loesch of Arnold, Mo., Equine Administration; Molly Borgmeyer of Columbia, Mo., Graphic Design; Courtney Yantes of Plain City, Ohio, History; Alana Fisher of California, Mo., Social Work, and Daniel Saults of Rolla, Mo., Theatre.
To be a Distinguished Scholar at William Woods, a graduating senior must be selected by the faculty of a particular discipline. A minimum grade point average of 3.4 is required.