Dean’s List for fall 2019 semester announced 

Dean’s List for fall 2019 semester announced 

Jan. 16, 2020

 Maryville College administrators have announced the Dean’s List for the fall 2019 semester, listing 300 students as having met the requirements for the academic honor.

Consideration for the Dean’s List is open to full-time students who have a grade point average of at least a 3.6 in all coursework, no grade below a “C” and no incompletes for the semester. 

The following students were named to the Dean’s List:    

A-C

Danielle Abell, Samantha Adkins, Sarah Aldridge, Leah Alsobrooks, Whitley Arwood, Betty Asha Adullyi, Brianna Bakoledis, Brittany Barthelmess, Kaleigh Basilio, Jonathan Bates, Fauzia Batool, Anna Bechman, Daniel Beckett, Cody Beckett, Sarah Belcher, Alexa Bell, Ava Bernardino, Jordan Berry, Benjamin Blair, Caitlin Blair, Danielle Bodey, Katlyn Bogle, Britton Bolton, Meredith Bonee, Allison Botts, Channing Bragg, Rebecca Branton, Emily Bridges, Jace Brittain, Andrew Brittain, Pero Brittz, Michaela Buchanan, Maddisen Buchanan, Bailee Burleson, Ashley Butcher, Joshua Campbell, Ian Campbell, Sarah Cardall, Zachary Cardwell, Hailey Carmichael, Nayeli Carreno, Kaitlyn Carroll, Autumn Carroll, Jinming Chen, Emily Christian, Carson Clark, David Clark, Robert Clemens, Ryan Clift, Hannah Clothier, Joshua Clothier, Braden Cloyd, Anderson Cofer, Abigail Coleman, Kaylee Collier, Devin Colligan, Mary Conner, Seth Cooper, Connor Cowart, Elizabeth Coyle, Chris Crawford, Kirksey Croft, Diamond Cronan, Carter Crow, Madeline Cunningham, Lily Curtis; 

D-J

Lillian Daffron, Shelby Davidson, Kaylie Dawe, Phoebe Deering, Brooke Denney, Hunter Desena, Kathryn Dewar, Jordan Dopp, Paul Dortmund, Anastasia Dunn, Jessica Dutkosky, Suzanna Dye, William Earl, Matthew Edwards, Meagan Eiselstein, Heather Ellis, Christopher Fernandez, Jake Finlay, Kaelyn Finnegan, Cassidy Forbes, Eleanor Forester, Kaitlyn Foust, Mitchell Fowler, Emilee Fowler, Annie Fowler, James Fowler, Abigail Frain, Christopher Fraley, MacKenzie Freels, Taylor Frizen, Elmedin Gara, Emily Garcia Flores, Gabrielle Garner, Abby Garrett, Brianna Gibson, Madison Gilliam, Chandler Godfrey, Baleigh Goforth, Bryson Goforth, Amaya Goodloe, Joseph Goodman, Grace Gordon, Matthew Graham, Cody Gregory, Savanna Gregory, Paula Guenther, Emilianne Guigou, Cameron Gwyn, Chloe Hamlett, Sydnee Hansraj, Julie Hardin, Kennedy Hardnett, Hayley Harmon, Matthew Harris, Cooper Harrison, Ashton Hayden, Edna Hernandez, Dylan Hester, Dejane' Hester-Taylor, Jessica Himmelberger, Laura Hitch, Shelby Hix, Brock Hodges, Leah Holley, Hayden Hollingsworth, Bailey Holt, Megan Houston, Abigail Howard, Elaina Hudolin, Raymond Hughes, Kier Hull, Akari Ito, Elizabeth Jackson, Matthew Jackson, Ashni Jagger, Krista Jeffers, Kailey Johnson, Jared Johnson, Meaghan Jones, Abigail Jordan, Austin Junnier, Martina Junod; 

K-P

Jordan Kamikawa, Emily Keith, Andy Kelley, Gabrielle Kelsey, Nathan Keough, Lindsey Kizer, Kalli Knight, Prater Knight, Brinley Knowles, Lucas Koch, Emilie Koella, Eliza Komisar, Alyssa Kral, Christina LaFreniere, Mackenzie Lamb, Berkley Lane, Cooper Lawson, Ryan Lay, Zachary Layman, Derek Leach, Hannah Lee, Kamryn Lee, Tyler Lee, Katie Leming, Lindsey Lewallen, Macy Lindsey, Lindsey Lively, Javier Lopez Artero, Anayancy Lopez-Saavedra, Jordan Lyons, Danielle MacDonald, Nicholas Mackey, Iyana Macon, Sarah Macri, Matthew Malone, Mykal Manfred, MacKenzie Marcrum, Daisy Martin, Bailey Mary, Katherine Mathews, Tara Mayfield, Brylie Mays, Lauren McCarter, William Mccullough, Saidee McDaniel, Savannah McDonald, Sarah McFann, Jane Meadows, Jonathan Meystrik, Kacie Mitchell, Spencer Ann Mitchell, Hunter Monday, Cameron Moore, Lea Mulligan, Aubry-Quentin Munana, Brennon Murray, Colton Murrell, Makayla Nance, Rachel Neal, Anevay Nichol, Akane Nitta, Sydney O'Hara, Kelty Oringderff, Mayra Osorio Flores, Matthew Owens, Alexis Pack, Lee Parker, Makayla Parsley, Allison Parton, Zachary Payne, Morgan Persgard-Howe, Zachary Plants, Caleb Platillero, Bailee Powell, Emalee Pressley, Kyle Preston, Molly Ann Puckett, Andrew Pugh; 

R-Z

Sarah Rackley, Lilianna Rafalski, Charis Ramsey, Rebecca Raney, Shannon Reagan, Delaney Redden, Kasey Ross, Veronica Ross, Aaron Rucker, Shokhrukh Samadov, Madison Sawyer, Katie Schoepke, Jacob Schramm, Haly Scott, Jeremy Seeders, Kristopher Seiber, Cole Senn, Micah Sharp, Christina Shelton, Samuel Siepert, Joe Smith, Alexis Smith, Kyla Smith, Ellie Smith, Austin Smith, Abigail Smither, Axton Sole, Maria Souleyrette, Brandon Spurlock, Nadia St. Thomas, Samantha Stacey, Jordan Stafford, Savannah Stewart, Winter Stoddard, Hudson Stromen, Kaitlyn Sullivan, William Tate, Bronte Taylor, Bettye Taylor, Emileigh Tippens, Brenna Tipton, Abigail Tonos, Cameron Towne, Rhianna Tyldesley, Chloe Vaccaro, Loren Vickers, Edith Villalobos, Austin Vinyard, Lillian Wakefield, Regan Walczyk, Sydney Walker, Gabriela Walker, Benjamin Walker, Kelley Wandell, Julia Warrick, Michelle Waters, Christen Watson, Shannon Whaley, Christina White, Sierra Whitesides, Madison Wilkerson, Claire Willenbrink, Sarah Williams, Haylee Wilson, Lillian Winebarger, Laurel Woodward, Alden Wright, Dayna Wright, Megan Wright, Jesus Yanez, Carly Youngblood, Katherine Zacapa, Sammy Zeino and Kayla Zimmerman.


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