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C of I honors Fall 2013 Dean’s List students

The College of Idaho congratulates the 198 students who made the Fall 2013 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 are listed below by hometown:

TREASURE VALLEY

Boise: Kasey Allen, Roxanna Alma-Taya, Rachel Anderson, Zachary Buker, Alexandria Cameron, Hailey Chambers, Reilly Coyle, Camden DeBruler, Hanna Fischer, Matthew Fouts, Jamie Funk, Melanie Garland, Tyson Griffeth, Darcy Hall, Laura Holden, Skyler Hopkins, Summer Jackson, Matthew Kline, Aleah Lowber, Cydney Middleton, Megan Mizuta, Pragna Naidoo, Gary Parkinson, Carol Phillips, Mindi Price, Zachary Reider, Shelby Richins, Brent Ruddy, Lauren Schilli, Anna Sewell, Sierra Tipton, Sarah Tobiasz, Chelsea Walther, Alyssa Whitt, Dannen Wright. Bruneau: Johanna Mori. Caldwell: Victoria Agee, Cameron Arnzen, Juan Cervantes, Madison Crookham, Hope Decuir, Bendan Eckert, Kaitlyn Eckert, Kelsie Eskew, Brady Harrison, Jaime Hernandez, Claudia Herrera, Macey Horch, Jonathan Hoschar, Kacie Hull, Mary Indart, Celeste Mays, Nicholas Muncy, Sarah Neufeld, Micaela Riley, Addy Somerville, Devan Telken, Margaret Torrey, Ashley Van Horne, Jason Wakeman. Cascade: Shiloh Ryker. Eagle: Colton Grainger, Katharine Hoehne, Nicole Mehrhoff, Janel Porter. Emmett: Necia Hunter. Fruitland: Zachary Fabricius, Emily Tesnohlidek. Garden City: Kaali Davis, Lucas Morse. Garden Valley: Courtney Zeff. Kuna: Danielle Holt, Jeffrey Leibman, Seth Raver. Marsing: Kathryn Lootens. McCall: John Fronk, Ruth Lewinski, James Valle. Melba: Kayla Allison. Meridian: Baylee Borchers, Hunter Brodt, Ashley Coles, Camas Curran, Tyler Deroin, Taylor Fowers, Clayton Gefre, Matthew Goodwin, Sarah Hicks, Hillary Holt, Alexandra Huber, Ashley Kuznia, Megan Luchs, Nathan Moore, Andrew Nguyen, Brandon Nguyen, Jacquelyn Pill, Gaites Swanson, Alethea Ward, Sydney Woods. Middleton: Elizabeth Myers. Mountain Home: Rainier Barrett. Nampa: Sarah Aranguiz, Chloe Brewer, Andrea Cortes-Villalpando, Monteenalyse Ebert, Michelle Flennoy, Matthew Fultz, Alexandra Kroes, Ana Lete, Devhan Morgan, Mitchell O’Dell, Samantha Rinker, Oksana Sklyarov , Shae Stults. Star: Alexandria Flemmer-Hudson, Julia Henrie, Susan Schram. New Plymouth: Derek Tropf. Parma: Kelsey Stutheit. Payette: Katy Salazar. Wilder: Deena Emry.

MAGIC VALLEY

Burley: Josefina Cruzes. Castleford: Callie Wiggins. Dietrich: Elizabeth Aguilar. Filer: Cassidy Ferrell. Gooding: Austin Basterrechea, Mary Brown. Hailey: Kylee Richmond.  Jerome: Annie Fiala. Kimberly: Haylee Burnham, Seth Champlin, Kaitlyn Goetz, Hanna Lentz. Ketchum: Tanya Greenwood. Sun Valley: Nina Hirner. Twin Falls: Peter Ortmann, Averey Strong, Page Warren, Alex Wirtz.

NORTH IDAHO

Cottonwood: McKenzie Candalot. Grangeville: Kathryn Higgins, Warren Stevens. Ferdinand: Kody Duclos. Fruitvale: Amanda Canfield. Hayden: Dayna Drager. Kellogg: Zoe Roberts. Sandpoint: Salena Warburton.

EASTERN IDAHO

Blackfoot: Cole Mansanarez. Idaho Falls: Yesenia Becerril, Zachariah Lehrer, Sarah Litman. Malad City: Sydney Ellis. Pocatello: George Casper. Rexburg: Stephen Anderson.

OTHER STATES

California: Hana Hoang, Breana Koch, Inga Lam, Jonathan Low, Aimee Pierson, McKayla Stevens. Maryland: Charles Griffen. Montana: Kelley Mallory, Dylan Walker. Nevada: Amanda Boyce, Stacey Kerr, Haley Tryon, Sierra Vice. Oregon: Emilee Chapman, Blake Franklin, Rose Hanson, Cristian Sanchez, Tasha Sitz, Brandon Smith, Elizabeth Trenkel. Utah: Luke Ahlemann, Emanuil Yanev. Washington: Robert Cushing, Jonathan Fine, Kellianne McAdoo, Masen McCormick, Blake Nass, Shalena Putnam, Shaylyn Swanson, Eleanor Tansley. Wyoming: Benjamin Schwarting.

INTERNATIONAL

China: Peijue Sun, Keke Wang. Germany: Felix Vemmer-Gen-Meier. India: Nisshanth Kumar, Akshata Mehta. Jamaica: Matthew-Craig Edwards. Japan: Miyu Nakamura. Senegal: Aminata Mbodj. Sri Lanka: Kushil Samarasekera. Sweden: Sara Bergman. Vietnam: Ha Dang, Nhung Dang-Ngoc, Tran Tran.

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.