The College of Idaho honors Spring 2011 Dean's List
2011. 06. 16.
The College of Idaho congratulates the students who made the Dean's List for the 2011 Spring 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. C of I had 211 students on the spring list, representing 20 percent of the College's total enrollment.
Dean's list honorees this spring were: Austin Abromeit, Dorgham Abusalim, Victoria Agee, Alyssa Albertson, Kayla Allison, Stephen Anderson, Monica Angleton, Robyn Argyle, Alixx Arons, Chris Babij, McKel Baker, Laura Barbour, Ashley Barr, Austin Basterrechea, Aaron Bathurst, Larissa Beck, Tiffany Beebe, Lindsey Beltz, Alan Beserra, Rachael Bodes, Nathan Bonadies, Jordan Bowman, Morgan Bow, Gabrielle Boyd, Lani Boykin, Tony Bradshaw, Claudia Brandt Guerrero, Camrin Braun, Hailey Bull, Danna Byers, Esteban Cabrera, Challis Cates, Dulce Chavez, Scottie Christie, Azra Cickusic, Tyler Clark, Stephanie Cochran, James Collet, Keats Conley, Daisy Correa, Nancy Cortes Villalpando, Monika Craciunescu, Melisa Crawford, Emma Crockett, Madison Crookham, Evan Curry, Corrie De Ruyter, Kendra Deines, Dorys DeLaCruz, Tyler Deroin, Timeka Dillard, Jesse Dodd, Miranda Drake, Kaitlyn Eckert, Macy Egerman, Heather Ellesmere-Jones, Makenzie Ellsworth, Brodi Etheredge, Matthew Farrell, Pilar Figueroa, Dayne Filer, Codi Fitzgerald, Kelley Fitzpatrick, Matthew Fouts, Ciciley Fox, Amanda Frickle, Nicole Gall, Cecilia Garcia, Gavin Gaskell, Emma George, Daniel Glockler, Ellen Gott, Alexandra Grande, Tanya Greenwood, Bryanne Gribble, Melissa Gutowski, Krista Hafez, Derik Haggard, Brianna Hansen, Kelly Hardegree-Ullman, Sarah Harris, Thao Ha, Megan Hattrup, Nicollette Herrera, Sarah Hicks, Sarah Higgins, Geoffrey Hill, Danielle Holt, Renee Howells, Necia Hunter, Mary Indart, Greg Johnson, Scott Johnson, Kylie Jones, Brooke Judy, Stephanie Kapell, Megan Kemper, Katherine Kernan, Zachary Kline, Kendra Knighten, Christoph Kober, Emir Kobic, James Kvamme, Garnet Kwader, Jordan Lanman, Jeffrey Leibman, Stacy Lewman, Michelle Locke, Nicole Loffelmacher, Cassiemarie Low, Jonathan Low, Megan Luchs, Mira Madorsky, Myja Maki, Matthew Malek, Daniel Mallory, Silvia Marroquin, Mark McCurdy, Lauryn Medeiros, Katherine Meier, Diana Melgarejo, Cydney Middleton, Kenna Middleton, Ela Miljkovic, Kagen Miller, Maxx Minick, Chelsee Moore, Annie Morrison, Zamokuhle Motsa, Erika Mouritsen, Rebecca Mulberry, Heidi Murphy, Blake Nass, Candise Neher, Kristyn Neville, Thomas Newby, Jenette Noe, Zachary Nowak, Rose Ocker, Aldina Okanovic, Mikelle Oliver, Ricardo Osuna, Jr., Christopher Oswald, Savannah Ottmar, Anthony Parry, April Patton, Jessica Patton, Buddhi Paudel, Chris Paulsen, Jessica Peacock, Stephen Peres, Karlina Peterson, Carol Phillips, Mindi Price, Shalena Putnam, Kyle Quinney, Jenna Raino, Kayce Ramirez, Rachel Rasmussen, Kali Reider, Naomi Reimer, Alex Reyes, Shelby Richins, Jose Rodes, Kaylyn Ruddy, Styles Salek, Tamara Sandmeyer, Paul Sartin, Stella Selden, Rhonda Sheen, Madison Skogsberg, Steven Slupe, Amanda Smith, Colleen Smith, Kristine Smith, Elizabeth Sonnichsen, Trevor Spielman, Chelsea Stagg, Tyler Stagg, Melanie Stieg, Kimberly Stucker, Joshua Sukeena, Courtney Swantek, Irinieta Tabuyaqona, Jesus Tarifa, Karissa Tatom, Megan Taylor, Jessie Thompson, Benjamin Tjaden, Misty Tran, Victoria Tschohl, Cristobal Urrea, Martin Vail, Erick Valenzuela, James Valle, Megan Walker, Laura Wallace, Erin Wantulok, Brett Ward, Daviana Watkins, Nicole Watson, Jonathan Weese, Jeremy West, Kurt Wiebold, Travis Withrow, Ashley Wolff, Michelle Wooten, Whitney Wright, Jiwen Xu 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.