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DWU students named to spring dean’s list

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

The spring semester dean’s list at Dakota Wesleyan University includes 211 students.

To qualify for the dean’s list, a student must have a semester grade point average of at least 3.5 on a four-point scale. They also have to complete at least 12 hours of academic work during the semester. The following students have been named to the dean’s list.

Aberdeen – Ariana Arampatzis, Austin Hieb

Armour – Lydia Ymker

Artesian – Jo Anne Oberg

Ashton – Shayna Frost

Baltic – Glenn Scotting

Belle Fourche – Tyler Burr

Big Stone City – Kayla Mielitz

Blunt – Macey Chambers

Box Elder – Lisa Stanley

Britton – Jade Hoisington, Kyle Hoisington

Brookings – Lauren Fitts, Bailey Gummer, Katelynn Runge

Bruce – Jace Goodfellow

Burke – Skyler Heyden

Canistota – Alex Robertson

Canton – Abby Carpenter, Abigail Fossum, Jessica Fossum, Jared Stearns, Jasmin Vant

Castlewood – Kelsey Little

Chamberlain – Makenna Hancock, Kelli Swenson

Clear Lake – Eric Lundberg

Colome – Michael Rohde

Corsica – Breanna Blom, Angela Cleveland, Linnaea Johnson, Kris Menning, Lacey Reimnitz, Megan Reimnitz, Kayla Vanden Hoek

Crooks – Trae Bergh

Dell Rapids – Lindsay Merry, Tanner Munk

Edgemont – Elizabeth Humiston

Estelline – Daniel Mitchell

Ethan – Chase McBrayer, Kira Stammer

Fedora – Cal Wiese

Geddes – Shelby Steele

Harrisburg – Heather Willett, Heidi Willett

Hartford – Caleb Heiberger

Hill City – Pamela Getman

Howard – Jolee Drown, Andrew Schwader, Kelli Smith

Hurley – Celeste Beck, Stephen Lee

Huron – Sara Hines, Kristin Pratt

Iroquois – Leah Wienbar

Kennebec – Danielle Anderson

Kimball – Natalie Munger, Jesse Taylor

Lake Andes – Kelsey Kniffen, Krista Winckler

Letcher – Lindsey Miller, Lacey VanLaecken

Madison – Jessica Neises, Cody Warns, Kelsey Warns

Marion – Kolleen Matthies

Mellette – Landon Fischbach

Miller – Shaney Davis

Mitchell – Tatyana Brown, Zachary Ciavarella, Cherokee Durant, Kayla Geraets-Majercik, Miranda Goldammer, Tiffany Hogen, Krista Huber, Brittney Kaufmann, Serina Lesnar, Zachary Lippert, Cynthia Loeske, Mareisha Marvin, Dillon Miles, Morgan Millar, Andreau-Joseph Miller, Jenna Miller, Madison-Ainsley Miller, Emily Mizrahi, Chelsea Moody, Joseph Nagel, Christopher Nemec, Rachel Reichel, Jordan Reiner, Joshua Schmitz, Marissa Tubbs, Briana Weiss

Mount Vernon - Jordan Adam, Amanda Dixon, Megan Hart, Emma Otterpohl, Delayna Paulson

Parkston – Erica Herrold, Samantha Mogck, Ann Thury

Pierre – Matthew Bader, Michael Hardwick, Alexander McGuigan, Travis Moodie, Tyson Moodie, Dustin Paulsen, Tyler Sarringar

Plankinton – Chase Kristensen, Elizabeth Morrison

Platte – Cheyenne Durant, Emily Olsen, Matthew Randall, Kayla Summerville

Presho – Jaylen Uthe

Rapid City – Matthew Britt, Amanda Burton, Nicole Gleich, Megan Johnson, Alisha Lascelles, Lauren Tadlock

Renner – Shelby Vosburg

Scotland – Aisha Abbink, Jaymie Barrett, Haley Brunke, Chelsea Raker

Sioux Falls – Andrew DeVaney, Chance Huber, Tiffany Johnston, Kylie Keiser, Zachary Schneider, Sarah Teeslink

South Shore – Jordan Buchholz

Spearfish – Blaine Bacon

Stickney – Adam Bormann, Kyle Gerlach

Sturgis – Alexandra Kuehler

Tea – Andrew Becker

Tripp – Samantha Sandau

Tyndall – Kodi Larson, Travis McDonald, Tara Ronke, Jared Van Winkle

Vermillion – Hannah Ford

Volga – Tyson DeGroot

Wagner – Tristen Scherr

Wall – Madeline Bauer

Warner – Briana Jung

Watertown – Emily Pengilly, Nicholas Tschakert

Waubay – Jonathan Wieger

Wessington – Paige Mehling

Wessington Springs – Sarah Mentzer

White – Autumn Schmidt

White Lake – Beau Byrd

Winner – Austin Calhoon, Anthony Husher

Woonsocket – Kayla Collins, Amber Hiles, Emily Olson, Stacy Treib, Eric Warkenthien

Yale – Lexy Timm

Yankton – Tiffany Fiechuk, Brook Woehl

 

 

Out of State

Arizona

Gilbert – Analisa Morel

Glendale – Daniel Maman

 

California

Bakersfield – Colleen Hannum

Chula Vista – Alexandra Davis

Moss Beach – Cody Silveria

North Hollywood – Anthony Cervantes

Pearblossom – Trever Devestern

Temecula – Lindy Snook

 

Colorado

Arvada – Jerry Stravia

Brighton – Tiffany Sharp

Grand Junction – Heather Banister

Loveland – Breanna Clark, Dyrani Clark

 

Florida

Windermere – Michael Claar

 

Iowa

Burlington – Jonathon Knight

 

Idaho

Tetonia – Braiden Jorgensen

 

Kansas

Lindsborg – Ian Lackey

 

Minnesota

Balaton – Lori Lima

Dawson – Sarah Zaiser

Fairmont – Joseph Fitzgerald

Marshall – Brooke Louwagie

Rochester – Bryce Berletic

Saint Paul – Logan Massop

Worthington – Cassandra Landgaard

 

Montana

Corvallis – Jake Capko

Huson – Alecia VanTassel

Roundup – Marisa Soderberg

 

Nebraska

Blair – Adam Jahnel

Gordon – Macy Piper

Mead – Katherine Johnson

Naper – Jonathan Alford

Norfolk – Payton Baker

Orchard – Sarah Twibell

Polk – Mackenzie Stevens

 

North Dakota 

Jamestown – Sterling Hubbard

Surrey – Taylor Kuhn

 

Texas

Denton – Thara Ali Said

Lakeview – April Barnett

 

Wyoming

Casper – John Fabrizius

Gillette – Alexis Wilde

Jackson – Christian Doyle

Sheridan – Erin Deibele

 

 

Other countries

Canada

Manitoba

Winnipeg– Hailey Unger

 

 



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