Dec. 22, 2011
Morningside College Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College Dr. William C. Deeds announced the names of 89 students who achieved a 4.0 grade point average for the fall semester of the 2011-12 academic year.
These students were among those named to the Dean’s Honor List, which recognizes students who achieve a 3.67 grade point average or better and complete at least 12 credits of completed course work with no grade below a “C-.” Each student received a letter of recognition from Deeds.
The following students achieved a 4.0 grade point average:
From Sioux City – Mara Amman, Jessica Anderson, Kaeli Austin, Quinton Behlers, Monica Blaine, Maria Brand, Kyle Bubb, Fernando Franco Jr., Shaena Hanson, Mary Horton, Christine Madsen, Cameron Oakley, Oswaldo Sanchez, and Donald Short III.
From Iowa – Vanessa Acosta, Denison; Jordan Aggen, Anita; Amanda Aschinger, Breda; Emily Beaton, Spencer; Lydia Bienlien, Glenwood; Erin Bohlmann, Denison; Nicholas Brincks, Carroll; Chelsee Bumann, Castana; Barbara Burson, Lawton; Jessie Byrnes, Harlan; Olivia Diggs, Ogden; Erin Downing, Ottumwa; Demirae Dunn, Cherokee; Jesse Glade, Ocheyedan; Jackie Goergen, Alton; Jeremy Green, Ankeny; Tiffany Green, Blockton; Megan Grooters, Rock Rapids; Kelly Guy, Hinton; Dana Hanson, Castana; John Harris, Holstein; Jonathan Hoaglund, Carroll; Hailey Hogan, Onawa; Becca Kent, Algona; Bethany Kluender, Huxley; Monte Larsen, Neola; Christina Meyerhoff, George; Keshia Nashleanas, Coralville; Leah Nielsen, Sergeant Bluff; Drew Nolan, Hawarden; Sara Olson, Marcus; Bradley Penning, Granville; Rachel Penning, Granville; Andrew Poeckes, Remsen; Kelsie Pomerenke, Sergeant Bluff; Emma Remy, Urbandale; Kevin Rihner, Denison; Frankie Schmidt, Emmetsburg; Sabrina Sieperda, Rock Rapids; Kathleen Smith, Hampton; Kaylee Spotts, Ida Grove; Kelci Teut, Hinton; Matthew Trisler, Sergeant Bluff; Jay Welp, Marcus; and Derek White, Grimes.
From other states – Joshua Beutler, Bancroft, Neb.; Jessica Boschen, Newman Grove, Neb.; Chelsey Dunivan, Meadow Grove, Neb.; Lydia Ford, Vermillion, S.D.; Brittney Foxhoven, South Sioux City, Neb.; Kalee Gross, Omaha, Neb.; Hannah Hecht, Leavenworth, Kan.; Hailee Heitkamp, Adrian, Minn.; Torild Johansen, Hubbard, Neb.; Joshua Karel, Lincoln, Neb.; Katherine Knocke, Cannon Falls, Minn.; Jenna Kral, Crete, Neb.; Kelsey Martin, Grand Island, Neb.; Samantha McCarville, McCook, Neb.; Cameron Meter, Lincoln, Neb.; Jonathan Nebelsick, Mount Vernon, S.D.; Lindsay Noteboom, South Sioux City, Neb.; Samson Ogungbile, Sicklerville, N.J.; Leann Osten, Columbus, Neb.; Amber Patzlaff, Platte, S.D.; Sophie Peters, Fremont, Neb.; Leslie Pfeifer, Juniata, Neb.; Megan Reabe, Bellevue, Neb.; Megan Solberg, Mitchell, S.D.; Mariah Spady, Columbus, Neb.; Mariah Stauffer, Omaha, Neb.; Sarah Swan, South Sioux City, Neb.; and Audri Swisher, Spearfish, S.D.
From other countries –Gustav Hollnagel, Dresden, Germany; Nancy Waterstraat, Stralsund, Germany.
Morningside College enrolled 2,047 full-time and part-time students for the 2011 fall term and welcomes students of all faiths and backgrounds. Morningside offers five bachelor’s degrees, including bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of music, bachelor of music education, and bachelor of nursing, and a master of arts in teaching degree. The college was founded in 1894 by the Methodist Episcopal Church and remains affiliated with the United Methodist Church today.
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