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The College of Idaho honors Fall 2011 Dean’s List

The College of Idaho congratulates the 190 students who made the Dean’s List for the 2011 Fall Semester. To receive Dean's List recognition, a student must complete at least nine graded credits and achieve a GPA of 3.75 or higher for that semester. Approximately 19 percent of the College’s student body made the Fall 2011 list. Idaho students are listed by hometown and out-of-state students are listed by state:

Boise: Danielle Blenker, Zachary Buker, Scottie Christie, Stephanie Cochran, Camden Debruler, Matthew Fouts, John French, Korey Gambill, Nathan Gier, Diana Gomez-Romero, Joseph Greene, Bryanne Gribble, Melissa Gutowski, Kelly Hardegree-Ullman, Emily Hendershott, Christina Hepworth, Katharine Hoehne, Chris Jensen, Molly Johans, Aleah Lowber, Alice Marie Marlow, Ela Miljkovic, Kagen Miller, Molly Mills, Rebecca Mulberry, Erin Nelson, Gabrielle Nelson, Ricardo Osuna Jr., Najla Pajazetovic, Gary Parkinson, Anthony Parry, Carol Phillips, Mindi Price, Kali Reider, Aaron Reynolds, Adrian Richey, Shelby Richins, Levi Smith, Brittany St. John, Courtney Swantek, Cynthia Tang, Benjamin Tjaden, Martin Vail, Erin Wantulok, Ayla Washam, Kailee Wehde, Dannen Wright, Whitney Wright, Tyler Young. Burley: Travis Withrow. Caldwell: Hailey Bull, Juan Cervantes, Brendan Eckert, Kaitlyn Eckert, Matthew Farrell, Haley Glenn, Rebekah Hunter, Mary Indart, Stacy Lewman, Dulce Sanchez, Elynn Smith, Margaret Torrey, Caleb Tracey, Altan Urbaeva, Kayla Webb, Michelle Wooten, Rhonda Yost. Castleford: Callie Wiggins. Challis: Ciciley Fox. Coeur d’Alene: Kaitlyn Stewart. Eagle: Alixx Arons, Jesse Dodd, Heather Ellesmere-Jones, Rachel Flachbart, Meghan Hughes, Casey Mattoon, Nicole Mehrhoff, Kyle Quinney. Emmett: Jordan Taylor, Megan Taylor. Fruitvale: Amanda Canfield. Gooding: Renee Howells. Grandview: Jackie Thurman. Grangeville: Paul Barnes, Ellen Gott. Hailey: Kylee Richmond. Harrison: Diana Bailey. Homedale: Hannah Johnson. Idaho Falls: Courtney Hill. Indian Valley: Emma George. Ketchum: Tanya Greenwood. Kimberly: Makenzie Ellsworth. King Hill: Jessie Thompson. Kuna: Danielle Holt, Chelsea Stagg. Lewiston: Maxx Minick. McCall: Melissa Dorris, Megan Hattrup, Garnet Kwader. Melba: Kayla Allison. Meridian: Leslie Andersen, Elizabeth Beamguard, Larissa Beck, Nathan Bonadies, Tyler Deroin, Susan Galvin, Clayton Gefre, Chelsea Heffner, Nicholas Hinrichsen, Andrew Nguyen, Allison Parrish, Holly Vives, Niki Ward. Middleton: Sarah Tschohl. Midvale: Joe Pickett. Mountain Home: Rainier Barrett. Nampa: AnnaMaria Ayala-Salas, Dulce Chavez, Andrea Cortes-Villalpando, Gavin Gaskell, Rose Ocker, Josh Sukeena, Chelsey Tlucek, Nicole Van Horn, Brett Ward, Nathan Weinstein. New Plymouth: Tess Hally, Ashley Thompson. Parma: Laura Barbour, Krista Hafez, Jenette Noe, Diamond Preston, Kelsey Stutheit. Payette: Daniel Mallory, Alberto Soto, Derek Tropf. Rexburg: Stephen Anderson. Salmon: Marisa Garechana. Shoshone: Lacey Kniep. Stanley: Addy Somerville. Star: Julia Henrie. Sun Valley: Kelley Fitzpatrick. Twin Falls: Katherine Ortmann, Jonathan Weese. Weippe: Hayden Jared.

California: Melanie Garrett, Macey Horch, Jonathan Low, Melanie Palmer, Aimee Pierson. Colorado: Andrea Hayes. Florida: Lauren Polito. Michigan: Zachary Nowak. Montana: Amanda Frickle. Nevada: James Collet, Jacob Kump, Kevin Starkand. North Dakota: Russell Montgomery. Oregon: Tanner Hodges, Kelsea Jones, Tracey Legore, Nedra Noblit, Chris Paulsen, Cristobal Urrea. Utah: Melanie Stieg. Vermont: Bethany Cote. Washington: Brittany Delong, Kayloni Jones, Julia Levy, Nicole Loffelmacher, Kenna Middleton, Annie Morrison, Savannah Ottmar, Shalena Putnam, Oshana Sampson. International: Dorgham Abusalim, Oliza Azwan, Azra Basaric, Azra Cickusic, Nhung Dang-Ngoc, Amalka Jayasundera, Stephanie Kapell, Nisshanth Kumar, Kiprotich Langat, Aldina Okanovic, Luis Reyes, Igor Samardzic, Chenjerai Simpson, Jiwen Xu.

Founded in 1891, The College of Idaho is the state’s oldest private liberal arts college. It has a century-old tradition of educating some of the most accomplished graduates in Idaho, including six Rhodes Scholars, three Marshall Scholars, and another ten Truman and Goldwater Scholars. The College is located on a beautiful campus in Caldwell, Idaho. Its distinctive PEAK curriculum challenges students to attain competencies in the four knowledge peaks of the humanities, natural sciences, social sciences and a professional field, enabling them to graduate with an academic major and three minors in four years. For more information on The College of Idaho, visit www.collegeofidaho.edu.