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The College of Idaho honors Spring Dean’s List

The College of Idaho congratulates the 190 students who made the Spring 2012 Dean’s List. 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 the semester. Nearly 20 percent of the College’s total enrollment made the Spring 2012 Dean’s List. Students honored include: 

Meghan Hughes; Ashley Geist; Patricia Gibbens; Courtney Hill; Erin Nelson; Rose Ocker; Carol Phillips; Amanda Boyce; Kare Tonning; Megan McIntosh; Courtney Zeff; Theresa Kucera; Candace Crew; Shelby  Richins; Hailey Roberts; Jackie Thurman; Margaret Torrey; Nisshanth Kumar; Hillary Bodnar; Madison Curtis; Elizabeth Aguilar; Elizabeth Farnsworth; Andrew Hugill; Rainier Barrett; Monika Craciunescu; Duncan Haunold; Kaitlyn Stewart; Rebecca Mulberry; Jessica Peacock; Korey Gambill; Maria Zermeno; Tyler Deroin; Azra Basaric; Matthew Farrell; Stacy Lewman; Ljuvica Kolich; Carle Peterson-Perry; Gabrielle Nelson; Julia Levy; Justus Jenkins; James Kvamme; Jonathan Weese; Savannah Ottmar; Andrew Nguyen; Emma George; Zachary Buker; Taylor Culver; Rose Hanson; Joshua Rebollozo; Nathaniel Henson; Isaac Creed; Cynthia Tang; Megan Hattrup; Matthew Malek; Devhan Morgan; Kathryn Toner;

Meredith Mattson; Mark Malmstrom; Bryanne Gribble; Anthony Parry; Nicole Van Horn; Monte Rinebold; Zachary Nowak; Madison Crookham; Emma Crockett; Kailee Wehde; Benjamin Losinski; Levi Smith; Megan Walker; Nathan Weinstein; John Richards; Matthew Fouts; Emily Hendershott; Whitney Wright; Nicollette Herrera; Lorraine Barreras; Danielle Holt; Leslie Andersen; Blake Nass; Tanya Greenwood; Hannah Roland; Kelley Fitzpatrick; Ryan Thielges; Stephen Anderson; Chenjerai Simpson; Renee Howells; AnnaMaria Ayala-Salas; Igor Samardzic; Hillary Holt; Nathan Gier; Zhen Xu; Shalena Putnam; Karissa Tatom; Jordan Taylor; Larissa Beck; Kaitlyn Eckert; Amanda Canfield; Melissa Gutowski; Jennifer Jensen; Kylee Richmond; Allyson Sander; Courtney Swantek; Dan Kouchi; Ricardo Osuna, Jr.; Molly Mills; Hui Wang; Jonathan Low; Chelsey Tlucek; Danielle Blenker; Laura Barbour; Rachel Hamre; Amanda Stearns; Ashley Barr; Gary Parkinson; Patrick Tully; Sarah Hicks; Makenzie Ellsworth; Kenna Middleton; Michelle Wooten; Greg Wanta; Nicole Foster; Danielle Montalbo; Jenette Noe; Michelle Eide; Cassiemarie Low; Allison White; Maxx L. Minick; Austen Giesie; Ela Miljkovic; Nicole Loffelmacher;

Ellen Gott; Niki Ward; Kelly Hardegree-Ullman; Brendan Eckert; Allison Parrish; Ashley Neher; Sarah Tschohl; Krista Hafez; Amanda Frickle; Annie Morrison; Briana Krebs; Azra Cickusic; Camden DeBruler; Laura Wallace; Jasmina Hasic; Aldina Okanovic; Jose Rodes; Karlina Peterson; Brodi Etheredge; Daniel Mallory; Jiwen Xu; Travis Withrow; Kagen Miller; Juan Cervantes; Andrea Cortes-Villalpando; John Fronk; Melissa Dorris; Allison Herrmann; Kyle Quinney; Cristobal Urrea; Dorgham Abusalim; Nicole Mehrhoff; Megan Mizuta; Lauren Polito; Pragna Naidoo; Michelle Flennoy; Katherine Ortmann; Derek Tropf; Benjamin Tjaden; Dannen Wright; Mindi Price; Mary Indart; Kali Reider; Misty Tran; MeganTaylor; Skylar Hall; Ashley Thompson; Breanna Leatham; Joel Hernandez; Connor Lineberger; Ciciley Fox; Austin Basterrechea; Alberto Soto; Ellen Town; Kayla Allison; Rebekah Hunter; Chris Paulsen; Aleah Lowber; Macy Egerman; Erin Wantulok.

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 11 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.