June 17, 2011
Morningside College Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College Dr. William C. Deeds announced the names of 91 students who achieved a 4.0 grade point average for the second semester of the 2010-11 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 – Ann Ahrens, Kaeli Austin, Charles Bass, Monica Blaine, Kyle Bubb, Dawn Conover, Erin Downing, Jessica Embke, Samantha Emerick, John Ford, Hannah Grimsley, Travis Hanson, Mary Horton, John Kirwan, Sunnie Ludwigs, Megan Mosher, Allison Nguyen, Cherie Nguyen, Cameron Oakley, and Marshall Tuttle.
From Iowa – Vanessa Acosta, Denison; Jess Anderson, Albert City; Rebecca Anderson, Lawton; Haley Banks, Westfield; Emily Beaton, Spencer; Austin Boger, Battle Creek; Lydia Bienlien, Glenwood; Erin Bohlmann, Denison; Ivy Borcherding, Cherokee; Chelsee Bumann, Castana; Katherine Delaney, Lake Park; Oliva Diggs, Ogden; Demirae Dunn, Cherokee; Brian Gesink, Sioux Center; Nicholas Grove, Grimes; Marissa Gregg, Hawarden; Kelly Guy, Sergeant Bluff; John Harris, Holstein; Monte Larsen, Neola; Mallory Lowe, Panora; Breanna Mathes, Cherokee; Christna Meyerhoff, George; Kara Nelson, Cherokee; Sara Olson, Marcus; Rachel Penning, Granville; Bradley Penning, Granville; Kelsie Pomerenke, Sergeant Bluff; Steven Postolka, Sioux Rapids; Emma Remy, Urbandale; Jessica Rix, Sioux Rapids; Courtney Ruff, Council Bluffs; Blake Schany, Emmetsburg; Lauren Scherff, Fort Dodge; Brecca Schindel, Merrill; Amanda Schwarz, Cherokee; Sabrina Sieperda, Rock Rapids; Sarah Simmons, Des Moines; Kaylee Spotts, Ida Grove; Jordan Walsh, Odebolt; Michele Witcombe, Cherokee; and Kara Yoerger, Le Mars.
From other states – Jessica Bartak, Ewing, Neb.; Mary Baumli, Bellevue, Neb.; Joshua Beutler, Bancroft, Neb.; Jessica Boschen, Newman Grove, Neb.; Chelsey Dunivan, Meadow Grove; Amanda Forgey, Lincoln, Neb.; Mary Froeschl, Falls City, Neb.; Kalee Gross, Omaha, Neb; Lisa Grosvenor, Newcastle, Neb.; Maria Guzman, South Sioux City, Neb.; Samantha Hansen, Brooklyn Park, Minn.; Claire Gibbons, Duluth, Minn.; Torild Johansen, Hubbard, Neb.; Hannah Keesler, Viroqua, Wis.; Jeremy Lenz, Lincoln, Neb.; Cameron Meter, Lincoln, Neb.; Elliot Mitchell, West Point, Neb.; Charles Nixon, Norfolk, Neb.; Anastasia Ott, Trumbull, Neb.; Haley Rutherford, Glendale, Ariz.; Shannon Rutherford, Glendale, Ariz.; Kathryn Sorenson, Sioux Falls, S.D.; Catherine Stevens, Elkhorn, Neb.; Kailey Stoupa, Fremont, Neb.; Evan Swan, South Sioux City, Neb.; Charles Szitas, Meadville, Pa.; and Jason Vaith, Scotland, S.D.
From other countries – Gustav Hollnagel, Dresden, Germany; David Riveros Garcia, Hernandarias, Paraguay; and Nancy Waterstraat, Stralsund, Germany.
Morningside College enrolled 1,991 full-time and part-time students for the 2010 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.
For information about attending Morningside College, contact the Admissions office at (712) 247-5111 or visit the college’s Web site at www.morningside.edu.