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College of Idaho honors Fall 2012 Dean’s List

The College of Idaho congratulates the 205 students who made the Fall 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 Dean’s List. Students honored include:

Victoria Agee; Elizabeth Aguilar; Kasey Allen; Kayla Allison; Leslie Andersen; Rachel Anderson; Morgan Aramburu; Araceli Arreola; AnnaMaria Ayala-Salas; Brianna Baker; Laura Barbour; Ashley Barr; Rainier Barrett; Skylar Barsanti; Austin Basterrechea; Ingrid Batey; Yesenia Becerril; Lindsey Beltz; Kymbat Berkaliyeva; Hannah Biedenbach; Danielle Blenker; Rachael Bodes; Hillary Bodnar; Brittni Brown; Zachary Buker; Hailey Bull; Ellen Campbell; Rachel Campbell; McKenzie Candalot; Amanda Canfield; George Casper; Challis Cates; Juan Cervantes; Seth Champlin; Scottie Christie; Azra Cickusic; Andrea Cortes-Villalpando; Madison Crookham; Josefina Cruzes; Dylan Cumpton; Ha Dang; Camden DeBruler; Brittany Delong; Anna Denn; Tyler Deroin; Melissa Dorris; Dayna Drager              .

Brendan Eckert; Kaitlyn Eckert; Makenzie Ellsworth; Jocelyn Elvira; Deena Emry; Brodi Etheredge; Zachary Fabricius; Matthew Farrell; Caitlin Fellows; Hanna Fischer; Camille Flournoy; Matthew Fouts; John Fronk; Matthew Fultz; Korey Gambill; Gavin Gaskell; Clayton Gefre; Laura Geis; Ryan Geist; Matthew Goodwin; Ellen Gott; Joseph Greene; Tanya Greenwood; Tyson Griffeth; Jessica Hansen; Jeffrey Harris; Brittany Hatfield; Megan Hattrup; Andrea Hayes; Emily Hendershott; Nathaniel Henson; Christina Hepworth; Allison Herrmann; Kathryn Higgins; Bryan Hildebrand; Nolan Hill; Hana Hoang; Joshua Holmes; Danielle Holt; Sasha Honores; Macey Horch; Renee Howells; Leah Huff; Necia Hunter; Mary Indart; Conner Jackson; Amalka Jayasundera; Ashton Jenicek; Justus Jenkins; Jennifer Jensen; Greg Johnson; Terra Knighten; Briana Krebs; Alexandra Kroes; Nisshanth Kumar.      

Inga Lam; Lexis Lange; Jeffrey Leibman; Hannah Lentz; Julia Levy; Ruth Lewinski; Connor Lineberger; Anna Lintner Majernikova; Sarah Litman; Kathryn Lootens; Jonathan Low; Aleah Lowber; Megan Luchs; Daniel Mallory; Patrick Mallory; Kellianne McAdoo; Nicole Mehrhoff; Akshata Mehta; Diana Melgarejo; Kenna Middleton; Ela Miljkovic; Russell Montgomery; Rachel Monzella; Andrew Moore; Adam Morgan; Devhan Morgan ; Annie Morrison; Lucas Morse; Elizabeth Myers; Hawwa Nashfa; Ashley Neher; Gabrielle Nelson; Sarah Neufeld; Andrew Nguyen; Jenette Noe; Zachary Nowak; Aldina Okanovic; Joshua Ortiz; Savannah Ottmar; Stephanie Painter; Gary Parkinson; Allison Parrish; Raul Pedraza; Karlina Peterson; Carol Phillips; Joe Pickett; Margarette Pierre-Louis; Mindi Price; Shalena Putnam.

Rodney Ray; Kali Reider; Shelby Richins; Chad Rietze; Zoe Roberts; Jose Rodes; Natasha Rooney; Lauren Schilli; Jordan Schink; Benjamin Schwarting; Robert Sepich; David Seppi; Joseph Simpson; Tasha Sitz; Brandon Smith; Elynn Smith; Levi Smith; Aubrey Stento; Katy Stewart; Anja Stoll; Averey Stoll; Sebastian Sturdevant; Kelsey Stutheit; Eleanor Tansley; Ashley Thompson; Jackie Thurman; Kare Tonning; Giancarlo Torres; Margaret Torrey; Ellen Town; Caleb Tracey; Tran Tran; Tryon Haley; Paula Tucknes; James Valle; Benjamin Van Lith; Jesse Vermillion; Jason Wakeman; Chelsea Walther; Greg Wanta; Erin Wantulok; Salena Warburton; Chanse Ward; Niki Ward; Kelli Warren; Kayla Webb; Callie Wiggins  ; Daniel Williams; Charles Wilson; Alex Wirtz; Dannen Wright; Whitney Wright; Emanuil Yanev; James Yeggy.

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 seven 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.