School News Feb. 11, 2016

Lake Area Technical Institute announces fall dean’s list

Lake Area Tech, Watertown, South Dakota, has listed two area students to their Fall 2015 dean’s list. To make the list, a student must register full time and maintain at least a 3.5 grade point average.

Included on the list are Glen Dreesen, Ellsworth; Nicholas Reyne (4.0) and Adam Aggen, Adrian; Matthew McLeod, Hills; and Trevor Teal, Luverne. (Teal and McLeod were recognized in the Jan. 28 Star Herald, but the other students were overlooked in that release.)


U of M Twin Cities issues fall semester dean’s list

The University of Minnesota Twin Cities has released the Fall 2015 dean’s list. To qualify, students must complete 12 or more lettered-grade credits with at least a 3.66 grade point average.

Students from this area named to the dean’s list are Brett Heronimus, Ellsworth, a junior in the College of Food, Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences; and Madison Stearns, a freshman in the College of Liberal Arts.


USD posts fall 2015 dean’s list

The University of South Dakota, Vermillion, has posted its dean’s list for the 2015 fall semester. To be named to the list, students must attend full time and maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or better.

Students from this area named to the dean’s list are:

Jordan Preuss, Mitchell Oehlerts and Shannon Klooster from Adrian; Braden Ellingson and Madison Fick from Beaver Creek; Emily Chapa, Lucas Werner and Travis Kvaale from Ellsworth; Hattie Van Wyhe and Josh Dudley from Hills; Abigail Pierce, Ashley Otten, Blair Altman, Chelsea Curtis, Jennifer Fick, Katelyn Hart, Maddie Stegenga, Mike Van Wyhe and Savanna Bremer from Luverne; Hannah Mulder from Magnolia and Jessica Sandbulte and Jordan Bosch from Steen.


UNL names local student to dean’s list

The University of Nebraska, Lincoln, has named senior computer engineering major Aaron Wollman, Luverne, to the dean’s list of distinguished students for Fall 2015. To earn this honor students in the College of Engineering must attain a minimum grade point average of 3.5.

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