Local students honored — Feb. 6
Appalachian State University graduates
Degree recipients are listed with applicable honors. The university, college or departmental designation is awarded to undergraduate students who participate in the challenging curriculum of the Honors program. Students must successfully complete a series of honors courses and a senior honors thesis with a minimum grade point average of 3.40. In addition, Latin (degree) honors are indicated. The Summa Cum Laude designation reflects a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.85, Magna Cum Laude is awarded to students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.65 and Cum Laude is awarded to students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.45.
• Joshua David Chestnut, B.S. exercise science, Summa Cum Laude
• Elizabeth Ann Feather, B.S. elementary education, Magna Cum Laude
• Alyson Halee Foley, B.S. communication/electronic media broadcasting
• Amy Joy Kwiatowski, master of public administration, public administration
• Olivia Grace Norman, B.S. commercial photography
• Eric Vaughn Schlicher, B.S business administration, computer information systems
• Holly Michelle Sluder, master of public administration
• Wesley David Warren, B.A. music, music performance, Magna Cum Laude
• Leah Kathleen Wilson, B.A. anthropology, Summa Cum Laude
• Hannah Cary Adam, B.S. art education (K-12)
Local students named to Appalachian State University chancellor’s list
Local students have been named to Appalachian State University chancellor’s list. To be eligible, students must be full-time students (an undergraduate student who carries 12 hours or more of coursework on which grade points are computed) and receive a grade-point average of 3.85 or higher for the current semester. Only courses earning credit toward graduation are used to determine eligibility.
• Thomas Stewart Batalia, applied physics
• Noah William Brown, instrumental music education
• Santiago Cardona-Giraldo, exercise science
• Joshua David Chesnut, exercise science
• Katie Marie Hill, Spanish education (K-12)
• Hampton Marie Hynes, communication studies
• Savannah E. Kamper, general marketing
• Carter Daniel Keoleian, undecided
• Abraham William Krell, geographic information systems
• Katie Grace Lefelar, communications — public relations
• Kayla Nicole Montalvo, communications — electronic media
• Taylor Dana Myers, philosophy
• Elizabeth Laura Neblett, accounting
• Lauren V. Olds, communication studies
• William Paul Scott, general marketing
• Anna Catherine Settelen, commercial recreation and tourism
• Lillian Rose Smoot, interior design
• Max William Smoot, computer science
• Brooke Stewart, health studies
• Jessica Jean Turner, nursing
• Daniel Johnson Watkins, sustainable technology
• Alec William Weide, ecology — evolution and environmental biology
• Noah Hampton Williams, professional writing
• Madison Lynn Wylam, pre-professional
• Eleanor Joan Fowler, literary studies
• Madelyn Elyse Gelly, elementary education
• Charlotte Heloise Godfrey, natural science
• Ashley Lynn Greene, elementary education
• Jessica Elise Hartis, nursing
• Jordan Michael Kota, accounting
• Payton Marie Kota, adapted curriculum K-12
• Ella Marie Riddick, nursing
• Madelyn Ruperto, nursing
• Hannah Lynn Vrooman, cell/molecular biology
Local residents earn degrees from WGU
SALT LAKE CITY — The following local residents have earned their degree from Western Governors University (WGU). The online, nonprofit university has graduated over 167,000 students from across the country since its inception in 1997.
• Kristie Parker, of Clemmons, has earned an MBA in healthcare management
• Melissa Trombino, of Clemmons, has earned a bachelor of science in nursing
• Kristen Sundberg, of Lexington, has earned a master’s degree in business administration
• Mary Davis, of Lexington, has earned a bachelor of science in nursing
• Joshua Isenhour, of Lexington, has earned a bachelor of science in network operations and security
• Katelynn Sneed, of Lexington, has earned a bachelor of science in business, healthcare management
• Cherie Watkins, of Winston-Salem, has earned a bachelor of science in nursing
• Crystal Holland, of Winston-Salem, has earned a bachelor of science in business, human resource management
College of Charleston announces president’s and dean’s lists
CHARLESTON, S.C. — College of Charleston congratulates more than 1,800 students who were named to the president’s list and dean’s lists for the fall 2019 semester.
• Ian Goodman, of Winston-Salem, has been named to the president’s list. Goodman is an accounting major.
• Lauren Sears, of Winston-Salem has been named to the dean’s list. Sears is an arts management major.
• Lilli Butterfield, of Mocksville has been named to the president’s list. Butterfield is an exercise science major.
To qualify for the president’s list (highly distinguished), students must earn a GPA of 3.8 or higher and complete a minimum of 14 semester hours.
To quality for dean’s list (distinguished), students must earn a GPA of 3.6 or higher and complete a minimum of 14 semester hours.
Schipke named to dean’s list at Seton Hall
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. — Caroline Schipke, of Clemmons, has been named to the dean’s list at Seton Hall University for the fall 2019 semester.
Undergraduate students completing all courses with a GPA of 3.4, with no grades lower than C, qualify for the dean’s list.
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