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Nicholls names students to ‘Who’s Who’

THIBODAUX – Nicholls State University will be represented by 40 students in the 2010 edition of “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.”

Pictured from left on the top row are Stefan Wright; David Dugas; Kal Savoie; Philip Dupre; Blaine Adams; Lawrence Briggs; Tyler Koster; Cody Blanchard; Larry Howell, associate provost; and Dr. Eugene Dial, vice president for student affairs and enrollment services. Pictured from left on the center row are Dr. Carrol Falcon, provost and vice president for academic affairs; William Heck; Lee LeBouef; Seth Candies; Ryan Donegan; Holden Ledet; Gaetano Ruggiero III; Nicholas Walker; Chelsea Adams; Cindy Soto; and Stephanie Graebert. Pictured from left on the front row are Lindsey Matherne; Hannah Pitre; Jacey Tanner; Kourtney Rodrigue; Whitney Dupuy; Cherie Boudreaux; Miriam Davis; Brittany Taraba; Samantha Chaisson; Whitney Leonard; and Natalie Brown.

Pictured from left on the top row are Stefan Wright; David Dugas; Kal Savoie; Philip Dupre; Blaine Adams; Lawrence Briggs; Tyler Koster; Cody Blanchard; Larry Howell, associate provost; and Dr. Eugene Dial, vice president for student affairs and enrollment services. Pictured from left on the center row are Dr. Carrol Falcon, provost and vice president for academic affairs; William Heck; Lee LeBouef; Seth Candies; Ryan Donegan; Holden Ledet; Gaetano Ruggiero III; Nicholas Walker; Chelsea Adams; Cindy Soto; and Stephanie Graebert. Pictured from left on the front row are Lindsey Matherne; Hannah Pitre; Jacey Tanner; Kourtney Rodrigue; Whitney Dupuy; Cherie Boudreaux; Miriam Davis; Brittany Taraba; Samantha Chaisson; Whitney Leonard; and Natalie Brown.

The junior and senior honorees were selected as national student leaders by a campus nominating committee and editors of the nationwide annual directory. Each university may select up to one percent of its students for inclusion in Who’s Who.

“Nicholls is quite proud of these outstanding students,” said Dr. Eugene A. Dial Jr., vice president for student affairs and enrollment services. “We thank and congratulate the honorees for their contributions to the campus and their communities.”

Students named this year, by hometown and college, include:

Baton Rouge

Natalie Marie Brown, College of Arts and Sciences; Alyssa Michelle Daigle, College of Education;

Belle Rose

Thomas Christopher Nickell Jr., College of Nursing and Allied Health;

Bourg

Samantha Kaye Chaisson, College of Nursing and Allied Health;

Cut Off

Blaine Paul Adams, College of Arts and Sciences; Jesse John Gautreaux, College of Nursing and Allied Health; Holden P. Ledet, College of Business Administration;

Donaldsonville

Philip Thomas Dupre’, College of Business Administration;

Gulf Breeze, Fla.

Chelsey Jane Adams, College of Nursing and Allied Health;

Houma

Tyler M. Koster, College of Business Administration; Hannah Marie Pitre, College of Nursing and Allied Health; Jennifer Claire Smith, College of Arts and Sciences; Jacey E. Tanner, College of Arts and Sciences;

Independence, Mo.

Cindy Sue Soto, College of Arts and Sciences;

Larose

Whitney Michelle Leonard, College of Nursing and Allied Health;

Lockport

Kal Joseph Savoie, College of Business Administration;

Marrero

Lindsey Erin Schaeffer, University College;

Monroe

Brittany Suzanne Taraba, College of Business Administration;

Norco

Stephanie M. Graebert, College of Arts and Sciences;

Pierre Part

Cody John Blanchard, College of Business Administration; David Michael Dugas, College of Business Administration;

Plaquemine

Gaetano Joseph Ruggiero III, College of Arts and Sciences;

Ponchatoula

Louis Paul Raiford, University College;

Raceland

Lindsey Elizabeth Matherne, College of Nursing and Allied Health;

Talisheek

Richard Joseph Abarr, College of Education;

Thibodaux

Cherie Mary Boudreaux, College of Business Administration; Lawrence Jamal Briggs, College of Arts and Sciences; Seth M. Candies, College of Nursing and Allied Health; Ryan P. Donegan, College of Business Administration; Whitney Michelle Dupuy, College of Arts and Sciences; William Andrew Heck, College of Arts and Sciences; Margaret Winston Jones, College of Arts and Sciences; Lee M. LeBouef, College of Education; Christopher Henry Riviere Jr., University College; Anna Marie Rodrigue, College of Nursing and Allied Health; Kourtney Lin Rodrigue, College of Nursing and Allied Health; Rhea Marie Vidrine, College of Arts and Sciences; Nicholas James Walker, College of Arts and Sciences;

Willis, Texas

Stefan B. Wright, University College; and

Youngville

Miriam Davis, College of Education.

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