Jan. 15, 2014
Morningside College Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College Dr. William C. Deeds recently announced the names of 111 students who earned a 4.0 grade point average for the fall semester of the 2013-2014 academic year.
These students were among those named to the Dean’s List, which recognizes students who achieve a 3.67 grade point average or better and complete at least 12 credits of coursework 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 – Brittany Hoffman, Mary Horton, Michaela Ingalls, Ryan Ingalls, Kyle Kinney, Kalie Kortum, Cameron Oakley, Aneesa Qureshi, Mara Robertson, Mallory Sea, Tara Teska, Samantha Ubben and Nicholas Yaneff.
From Iowa – Ariel Turnquist and Alyssa Turnquist, Alta; Tiffany Green, Blockton; Jordan Mouw, Boyden; Nicholas Brinks, Jazmine Dirks and Jonathan Hoaglund, Carroll; Rachel Faga, Carson; Megan Carlson, Kate Mathes and Taylor Woods, Cherokee; Heidi Barrier, Council Bluffs; Stephanie Shever, Cushing; Vanessa Acosta, Chelsey Van Ness and Summer Wulf, Denison; Daltynn Brockman, Emerson; Faith Schmidt, Emmetsburg; Stephen Jessen, Exira; Kayla Miller and Jacquelyn Peters, Fonda; Nicholas McBride, Fort Dodge; Ashley Buell, Galva; Kassidy Hanson, Garner; Karissa Meyerhoff and Ethan Van Briesen, George; Taylor Sondag, Glenwood; Drew Nolan, Hawarden; Abbey Baker, Hornick; Joshua Doering, Hubbard; Kara Bentz, Humboldt; Mitch Jasper, Ireton; Amanda LaCour, Lake Park; Brett Cropley, Lawton; Jordan Sitzmann, Shannon Smith and Andrew Heffner, Le Mars; Kay Drenkhahn and Eric Koithan, Mapleton; Megan Deichmann and Felicia Ely, Marcus; Emily Muyskens, Mason City; Joshua Haberl, Moville; Jesse Glade, Ocheyedan; Jennifer Petsche, Onawa; Amber Winther, Pisgah; Megan Grooters, Rock Rapids; Amanda Girres and Kelsie Pomerenke, Sergeant Bluff; Brianna Martens, Shelby; Kyle Hiser, Shenandoah; Mary Guzman Muro and Joel Hoogland, Sioux Center; Benjamin Winters, Sloan; Jonathan Halvorson, Abigail Hoy and Mallory Johnson, Spencer; Whitney Benson, State Center; Emma Remy and Madeline Trott, Urbandale; Collin Schrader, Wall Lake; Renae Stowater, Washta; and Joelle Kruger, Woodward.
From Nebraska – Ashley Fiedler, Bloomfield; Anna Garrett, Central City; Alex Kurtenbach and Leann Osten, Columbus; Meredith Wahl, Crete; Laura Tomjack, Ewing; Brayton Hagge, Fordyce; Allison Bachman, Fremont; Hannah Roberg, Grand Island; Trent Miller, Gretna; Katie Gubbels, Laurel; Jenna Bowmaster, Mikala Cooper and Joshua Karel, Lincoln; Bradley Wright, Mullen; Alexia Welsh, Ogallala; Justine Petersen, Omaha; Natasha Hongsermeier, Phillips; Alejandro Davalos and Sarah Swan, South Sioux City; Scott Finke, York; and Morgan O’Malley, Yutan.
From South Dakota – Tanner Ferguson, Dakota Dunes; Nathan Mann, De Smet; McKenzie Monahan, Hartford; Megan Solberg, Mitchell; Amanda Przymus, Rapid City; Juan Duque Delgado and David Meisinger, Sioux Falls; and Audri Swisher, Spearfish.
From other states – Tracy Gates, Escondido, Calif.; Hannah Hecht, Lansing, Kan.; Nicholas Misukanis, Mendota Heights, Minn.; and Katie Hanson, St. Peter, Minn.
From other countries – Sayaka Toyohara, Tokyo, Japan.