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The C of I honors Spring 2014 Dean’s List

The College of Idaho congratulates the 176 students who made the Spring 2014 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. More than 15 percent of the College’s total enrollment made the Dean’s List this spring. Students honored are listed below by hometown:

TREASURE VALLEY

Boise: Kasey Allen, Hope Brassey, Zachary Buker, William Callahan, Hailey Chambers, Samuel Chandler, Reilly Coyle, Camden DeBruler, Matthew Fouts, John French, Chelsea Frisbee, Korey Gambill, Joseph Greene, Dale Hartwell, Jordan Liljegren, Aleah Lowber, Megan Mizuta, Gary Parkinson, Mindi Price, Lauren Schilli, Anna Sewell, Nilofar Shukur, Joseph Simpson, Sebastian Sturdevant, Cynthia Tang, Sierra Tipton, Tobby White, Alyssa Whitt, Dannen Wright. Caldwell: Cameron Arnzen, Brittany Beame, Kristian Bolanos, Juan Cervantes, Rebecca Chavarria, Hope Decuir, Anna Denn, Brendan Eckert, Haley Glenn, Brady Harrison, Claudia Herrera, Mary Indart, Sarah Neufeld, Micaela Riley, Mariah Seilhamer, Nicholas Stout, Shandee Tachick, Devan Telken, Jason Wakeman, Joseph Winbigler. Eagle: Alixx Arons, Allison Herrmann, Nicole Mehrhoff. Emmett: Necia Hunter. Fruitland: Joseph Kudrna, Emily Tesnohlidek. Garden City: Kaalil Davis, Lucas Morse. Garden Valley: Courtney Zeff. Homedale: Elizabeth Albor. Kuna: Danielle Holt, Seth Raver. Marsing: Katy Lootens. McCall: John Fronk. Melba: Kayla Allison. Meridian: Leslie Andersen, Skylar Barsanti, Morgan Ciavarella, Ashley Coles, Camas Curran, Tyler Deroin, Clayton Gefre, Matthew Goodwin, Jessica Hansen, Emily Hendershott, Sarah Hicks, Nicole Mohr, Nathan Moore, Andrew Nguyen, Jacquelyn Pill, Natashia Stover, Sydney Woods. Mountain Home: Rainier Barrett. Nampa: Sarah Aranguiz, Brianna Blair, Chloe Brewer, Andrea Cortes-Villalpando, Kaitlyn Eckert, Brodi Etheredge, Kacie Hull, Alexandra Kroes, Hailey Lenz, Ana Lete, Kelsey Meeker, Samantha Riniker, Jordan Schink, Shae Stults. New Plymouth: Seth Bodas, Derek Tropf. Parma: Irma Gallegos, Kelsey Stutheit. Payette: Patrick Mallory, Dharmjeet Rattan. Star: Alexandria Flemmer-Hudson. Wilder: Deena Emry.

MAGIC VALLEY

Castleford: Callie Wiggins. Declo: Josefina Cruzes. Filer: Katie Williams. Gooding: Austin Basterrechea, Mary Brown. Hailey: Kylee Richmond. Jerome: Annie Fiala. Ketchum: Tanya Greenwood. Kimberly: Hannah Lentz, Lacey Wayment. Rupert: Kaden Pfeiffer. Sun Valley: Nina Hirner. Twin Falls: Erica Martens, Page Warren, Alex Wirtz.

EASTERN IDAHO

American Falls: Jordan Bowman. Arco: Jessica Bates. Blackfoot: Cole Mansanarez. Challis: Cavan Gerrish. Idaho Falls: Sydnie Kremin, Sarah Litman. Malad City: Sydney Ellis. Pocatello: George Casper. Rexburg: Stephen Anderson.

NORTH IDAHO

Cottonwood: McKenzie Candalot. Coeur d’Alene: Cody Main. Fruitvale: Amanda Canfield. Grangeville: Kathryn Higgins, Warren Stevens. Hayden: Dayna Drager.  St. Maries: Candace Aguirre.

OTHER STATES

Alaska: Kristin Niemi. California: Hana Hoang, Jacob Karn, Inga Lam, Jonathan Low, David Riser, McKayla Stevens. Maryland: Charles Griffen. Nevada: Amanda Boyce, Stacey Kerr, Jacob Kump, Sierra Vice. Oregon: Emilee Chapman, Blake Franklin, Tasha Sitz, Brandon Smith, Elizabeth Trenkel. Utah: Caitlin Fellows, Kaden Schultz, Emanuil Yanev. Washington: Robert Cushing, Sara Davis, Julia Levy, Kellianne McAdoo, Blake Nass, Shalena Putnam, Regan Smith, Shae Yuma. Wyoming: Benjamin Schwarting.

INTERNATIONAL

Brazil: Joao-Vitor Cardoso. China: Hui Wang. Germany: Felix Vemmer-Gen-Meier. India: Nisshanth Kumar. Jamaica: Matthew-Craig Edwards, Jo-Wayne Josephs. Japan: Miyu Nakamura. Republic Of Korea: Jooeun Kim. Sweden: Sara Bergman. Vietnam: 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 12 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.