Michigan Tech announces Dean’s List

HOUGHTON — Michigan Technological University, in Houghton, Michigan, has released the Dean’s List for the 2017 fall semester. More than 1,800 students were named to the Dean’s List this past fall.

To be included, students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Asterisks indicate those earning straight-A averages of 4.0.

Among the honorees are the following from the local area:

Bark River

Malary Hiney*, Escanaba High School, Biomedical Engineering, Vance Hiney

Cornell

Erin Johnson, Escanaba High School, Mathematics, Susan Johnson and Gary Johnson

Escanaba

Travis Altmeyer, Escanaba High School, Biomedical Engineering, Mary Robinson

Sarah Anderson, Escanaba High School, Accounting, Karen Anderson

Amanda Bink*, Escanaba High School, Civil Engineering, Francis Bink

Michael Groeneveld, Escanaba High School, Mechanical Engineering, Kristy LaCosse and David LaCosse

Travis Heller, Escanaba High School, Electrical Engineering, Marjery Heller and Bruce Heller

Derek Kamin, Escanaba High School, Computer Science, Rod Kamin

Michelle LaFave*, Escanaba High School, Exercise Science, Karen LaFave and Jeff LaFave

Samuel LaMarche, Escanaba High School, Electrical Engineering, Jacquelyn LaMarche and Kenneth LaMarche

Ethan Odriscoll, Escanaba High School, Biomedical Engineering, Holly O’Driscoll

Kyle Pinozek, Escanaba High School, Mechanical Engineering, David Pinozek

Thomas Prica*, Escanaba High School, Electrical Eng Tech, Nancy Prica and Rick Prica

Brendon Schuenke*, Escanaba High School, Statistics, Lourie Schuenke

Kyle Sutela, Escanaba High School, Mathematics, Stacy Sutela and Carolyn Pelto

Derek Verbrigghe*, Escanaba High School, Exercise Science, Gina Verbrigghe and Dale Verbrigghe

Richard Yang, Escanaba High School, Biological Sciences, Cheuk Lee and Ye Yang

Garden

Dylan Bell, Gladstone Area High School, General Engineering, William Bell

Gladstone

Trevor Aird*, Gladstone Area High School, Chemical Engineering, Russell Aird

Bridget Becker*, Gladstone Area High School, Engineering Management, Kathleen Becker and Charles Becker

Dylan Bernson, Gladstone Area High School, Forestry, Rhonda Bernson

Jacob Bilkey, Gladstone Area High School, Mechanical Engineering, Renee Bilkey and Michael Bilkey

Anna Caramella, Gladstone Area High School, Biological Sciences, Stacey Cole

Alyssa Gagne, Gladstone Area High School, Chemical Engineering, John Gagne and Cheryl Gagne

Tyler Marenger*, Gladstone Area High School, General Engineering, Lisa Marenger and Keith Marenger

Ryan Oshe, Gladstone Area High School, Chemical Engineering, Bruce Oshe

Lauren Parrett*, Gladstone Area High School, Medical Laboratory Science, Deborah Parrett and Steven Parrett

Christopher Sedenquist, Gladstone Area High School, Chemical Engineering, Susan Sedenquist and Michael Sedenquist

David Soderman*, Gladstone Area High School, General Engineering, Cheryl Gravelle and Craig Soderman

Tyler Wells, Gladstone Area High School, Mechanical Engineering, Lori Wells and Rod Wells

Leigha Woelffer, Gladstone Area High School, Electrical Engineering, Jeannie Woelffer and Greg Woelffer

Gulliver

Abigail Schwartz*, Manistique Middle-High School, Chemistry, Robert Schwartz and Melissa Carlson-Schwartz

Rock

Kelsie Nummilien, Mid Peninsula High School, Finance, Tracie Nummilien and Shawn Nummilien

Michigan Technological University (mtu.edu) is a leading public research university developing new technologies and preparing students to create the future for a prosperous and sustainable world. Michigan Tech offers more than 130 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in engineering; forest resources; computing; technology; business; economics; natural, physical and environmental sciences; arts; humanities; and social sciences.

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