May 17, 2022

Academic Achievement

IOWA CITY — Included among the nearly 1,800 undergraduate, graduate and professional students who received degrees from the University of Iowa at the close of the 2021 fall semester were 73 who earned two degrees including Rebecca Lehman of Monroe, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Bachelor of Science; Psychology and Human Physiology; and Ashley Vannoy of Runnells, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Bachelor of Arts; French and International Studies.

Also earning degrees at the close of the 2021 fall semester were: Devyn Atzen of Mitchellville, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Arts, Sociology; Michaella Cope of Newton, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Arts, Communication Studies; Nicholas Easley of Newton, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Science, Sport and Recreation Management; Joseph Elmore of Maxwell, University College, Bachelor of Applied Studies, Bachelor of Applied Studies; Trevor Ergenbright of Newton, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Arts, Enterprise Leadership; Nicholas Hove of Runnells, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Arts, Criminology, Law and Justice; Afi charlotte Nkutsia of Newton, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Arts, Interdepartmental Studies; Ethan Owens of Runnells, College of Education, Bachelor of Arts, Music Education; Julia Prime of Newton, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology; Ryanne Rausch of Newton, Graduate College, Master of Arts, Sport and Recreation Management; Molly Watt of Melbourne, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Arts, Dance; Jessica Zahn of Colfax, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Bachelor of Arts, Health and Human Physiology.

More than 800 undergraduate students at the University of Iowa were named to the president’s list for the 2021 fall semester including Sydney Northway of Runnells, Ashley Vannoy of Runnells, Abigail Shepley of Baxter, Luke Zaabel of Kellogg and Jacob Murphy of Newton.

Undergraduate students at the University of Iowa named to the dean’s list for the 2021 fall semester include: Lilli Baird of Monroe, Meg Callaghan of Newton, Abigail Koeneke of Newton, Morgan Linahon of Newton, Adam Maharry of Newton, Jordan Banfield of Newton, Benny Cheng of Newton, Jack Cheville of Maxwell, Samantha Cooling of Kellogg, Lane Dethrow of Newton, Trevor Ergenbright of Newton, Nicholas Hove of Runnells, Riley Mack of Runnells, Tylar Meister of Mitchellville, Sydney Northway of Runnells, Kinsey Phipps of Prairie City, Rachel Rhoads of Newton, Ashley Vannoy of Runnells, Molly Watt of Melbourne, Madilynn Amos of Newton, Christian Brandt of Baxter, Ayrton Breckenridge of Monroe, Luke Maharry of Newton, Abigail McConeghey of Colfax, Abigail Shepley of Baxter, Parker Volkman of Kellogg, Luke Zaabel of Kellogg, William Cheng of Newton, Kendall Earles of Colfax, Korie Jack of Kellogg, Desiray Lange of Newton, Amber Meyer of Monroe, Jacob Murphy of Newton, Maxwell Oelmann of Prairie City and Eli Steenhoek of Mingo.

SPRINGFIELD, MO — Each semester, students at Missouri State University who attain academic excellence are named to the dean’s list. For undergraduate students, criteria include enrollment in at least 12 credit hours during the fall semester and at least a 3.50 grade point average. Jaden Rolffs of Sully was among those named to the fall 2021 dean’s list.

TUSCALOOSA, AL — Sadie Clark of Melbourne, was named to The University of Alabama deans list for fall semester 2021.

FORT DODGE — The Office of the Registrar at Iowa Central Community College has released the fall 2021 Dean’s List that included: Kevin Engles of Newton, Theodore Fite of Newton, Antavieon Jackson of Newton, Edward Roberts of Newton. In order to be named to the dean’s list students must complete at least 6 semester credit hours with a 3.5 grade point average. Area students named to the president’s list are: Heath Burgess of Newton, Caleb Duinink of Monroe and Hanah Anderson Earles of Colfax. To be named to the president’s list students must complete at least 6 semester credit hours with a 4.0 grade point average.

CEDAR RAPIDS — Amanda Busch of Colfax, graduated from Mount Mercy University in December.

The following students made the Mount Mercy University dean’s list for the fall semester: Abbie Barr of Kellogg, Janelle Rozendaal of Lynnville and Dane Owens of Prairie City.

AMES — More than 9,700 Iowa State University students have been recognized for outstanding academic achievement by being named to the fall semester 2021 dean’s list. Students named to the dean’s list must have earned a grade point average of at least 3.50 on a 4.00 scale while carrying a minimum of 12 credit hours of graded course work. Students from the local area include: Caitlyn Bruntz of Baxter, Lexis Ewing of Baxter, Brayden Geilenfeldt of Baxter, Sophie Meyer of Baxter, Wade Zahurones of Baxter, Sara Dudley of Colfax, Isaac Ensminger of Colfax, Joy Faidley-Leitner of Colfax, Jacob Frier of Colfax, Sydni Hostetter of Colfax, Jonathan Reath of Colfax, Shadoe Rusk of Colfax, Korinne Jansen of Kellogg, Hallee Rainsbarger of Kellogg, Madison Taylor of Kellogg, Addison Ehlers of Mingo, Rachel Kenney of Mingo, Lauren Ratliff of Mingo, Tanner Smith of Mingo, Catali Alamos Gorigoitia of Monroe, Steve Beyerink of Monroe, Mia Burns of Monroe, Carson Duinink of Monroe, Kathryn Henkenius of Monroe, Ryan Palm of Monroe, Emily Reinhold of Monroe, Jacob Aldrich of Newton, Ella Carlock of Newton, Helen Chandler of Newton, Kameryn Davis of Newton, Brady Eberline of Newton, Jordan Edejer of Newton, Emily Fitzgerald of Newton, Brooke Gifford of Newton, Bayleigh Hughson of Newton, Garrett Nook of Newton, Jensen Pauley of Newton, Lexi Pollock of Newton, Blake Robson of Newton, Rachelle Romo of Newton, Kyrie Schut of Newton, Jenna Smith of Newton, Cody Swank of Newton, Austen Van Brogen of Newton, Megan Van Dalen of Newton, Mckenna Winther of Newton, Jiahao Zheng of Newton, Josie Lane of Prairie City, Mircea Nastase of Prairie City, Isabella Sitzmann of Prairie City, Gabriel Steenhoek of Prairie City, Kaeden Strum of Prairie City, Blake Van Der Kamp of Prairie City, Colton Warrick of Prairie City, Madison Foster of Reasnor, Mariah Vos of Reasnor, Meleisha Vos of Reasnor, Daniel Cantrell of Sully and Emily Van Gorp of Sully.