The College of Idaho honors Fall 2010 Dean's List
2011. 03. 07.
The College of Idaho congratulates the students who made the Dean's List for the 2010 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. Fall Semester had 177 Dean's List qualifiers, more than 16 percent of the total enrollment at The College of Idaho.
Dean's List honorees for the 2010 Fall Semester were: Austin H. Abromeit, Victoria L. Agee, Kayla M. Allison, Stephen K. Anderson, Monica L. Angleton, Robyn Argyle, McKel L. Baker, Kimberly R. Banning, Laura G. Barbour, Ashley E. Barr, Azra Basaric, Austin L. Basterrechea, Taylor J. Bateman, Larissa K. Beck, Tiffany H. Beebe, Alan J. Beserra, Rachael A. Bodes, Abigail J. Borman, Morgan C. Bow, Jordan M. Bowman, Tony B. Bradshaw, Camrin D. Braun, Nicole L. Bruce, Damien M. Burbine, Danna L. Byers, Azra Cickusic, Michelle R. Coe, James K. Collet, Keats R. Conley, Daisy A. Correa, Nancy G. Cortes Villalpando, Danielle D. Danker, Dorys DeLaCruz. Kendra L. Deines, Jesse J. Dodd, Kaitlyn E. Eckert, Heather E. Ellesmere-Jones, Makenzie R. Ellsworth, Brodi L. Etheredge, Andres Figueroa, Dayne L. Filer, Samuel L. Finch, Codi L. Fitzgerald, Ciciley T. Fox, Amanda J. Frickle, Nicole A. Gall, Gavin T. Gaskell, Daniel C. Glockler, Ellen A. Gott, Alexandra S. Grande, Tanya T. Greenwood, Bryanne Gribble, Katherine R. Grohs, Melissa C. Gutowski, Derik E. Haggard, Brianna L. Hansen, Kelly K. Hardegree-Ullman, Andrea L. Hayes, Emily Hendershott, Daniel F. Henson, Nicollette A. Herrera, Courtney J. Hill, Geoffrey R. Hill, Shauni L. Holcomb, Laura L. Holden, Danielle N. Holt, Renee C. Howells, Hailey A. Huntington, Mary C. Indart, Janelle N. Jensen, Jennifer A. Jensen, Kelsey J. Jesser, Scott C. Johnson, Kalee R. Jones, Kelsea D. Jones, Kylie J. Jones, Katherine T. Kernan, Kirk D. Kerr, Donielle C. Killingsworth, Zachary C. Kline, Lacey E. Kniep, Christoph Kober, Molly M. Leadbetter, Jeffrey M. Leibman, Stacy A. Lewman, Connor M. Lineberger, Michelle L. Locke, Nicole A. Loffelmacher, Cassiemarie V. Low, Jonathan G. Low, Mira L. Madorsky, Daniel L. Mallory, Lonnie T. Marshall, Mark D. McCurdy, Katherine A. Meier, Ela Miljkovic, Kagen K. Miller, Molly M. Mills, Aaron A. Mondada, Andrew W. Moore, Chelsee A. Moore, Annie Morrison, Erika M. Mouritsen, Rebecca J. Mulberry, Joshua T. Myers, Candise M. Neher, Erin K. Nelson, Sarah K. Neufeld, Kristyn N. Neville, Thomas D. Newby, Jenette A. Noe, Zachary R. Nowak, Aldina Okanovic, Savannah M. Ottmar, Kieran W. Padilla, April D. Patton, Jessica M. Patton, Buddhi B. Paudel, Stephen L. Peres, Karlina M. Peterson, Carol A. Phillips, Melissa A. Pickett, Olivia L. Poland, Mindi M. Price, Shalena R. Putnam, Kyle B. Quinney, Dharmjeet Rattan, Naomi E. Reimer, Shelby M. Richins, Kaitlyn M. Roberts, Marcus E. Roberts, Kaylyn H. Ruddy, Styles A. Salek, Paul W. Sartin, Stella L. Selden, Hanne L. Sharkey, Kaylie M. Shaver, Madison J. Skogsberg, Steven P. Slupe, Amanda R. Smith, Colleen R. Smith, Elynn E. Smith, Levi A. Smith, Elizabeth D. Sonnichsen, Chelsea L. Stagg, Sarah N. Stahlecker, Melanie A. Stieg, Andrew S. Stritzke, Kimberly A. Stucker, Joshua M. Sukeena, Courtney M. Swantek, Hayley E. Talboy, Jordan J. Taylor, Megan N. Taylor, Jessie R. Thompson, Benjamin Tjaden, Ellen J. Town, Kyle A. True, Cristobal E. Urrea, Alyssa A. Valdez, Erick Valenzuela, James M. Valle, Megan M. Walker, Brett M. Ward, Niki L. Ward, Nicole A. Watson, Kayla J. Webb, Jonathan R. Weese, Jeremy M. West, Jessica A. Whalen, Kurt D. Wiebold, Travis P. Withrow, Ashley J. Wolff, Whitney S. Wright and Zhen 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.