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Michigan Technological University releases dean’s list

HOUGHTON, Mich. — Michigan Technological University in Houghton has released the dean’s list for the 2019 fall semester. More than 1,880 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.

A pound sign indicates a student who earned University Honors, finishing in the top two percent of their college. Asterisks indicate those earning straight-A averages of 4.0.

Among the honorees are the following from the local area:

Bark River

Nick J. Moore*, Bark River-Harris School, Post Degree Studies

Cornell

Jim M. Smith*, Escanaba Area Public High School, Chemical Engineering

Escanaba

Sarah Y. Anderson*, Escanaba Area Public High School, Accounting

Garek J. Dyszel*, Escanaba Area Public High School, Electrical Engineering

Zach S. Froelich, Escanaba Area Public High School, Forestry

Derek J. Gregg, Escanaba Area Public High School, Computer Science

Jon J. Hook, Escanaba Area Public High School, Chemical Engineering

Derek A. Kamin, Escanaba Area Public High School, Computer Science

Clare R. LaLonde, Escanaba Area Public High School, Biomedical Engineering

Ryan R. Schoff, Escanaba Area Public High School, Chemical Engineering

Scott M. Sviland, Escanaba Area Public High School, Scientific & Tech Communication (BS)

Gladstone

Trevor R. Aird, Gladstone Area High School, Chemical Engineering

Dylan P. Bernson, Gladstone Area High School, Forestry

Taylor J. Berthaume, Gladstone Area High School, Medical Laboratory Science

Victoria L. Chenier, Gladstone Area High School, Medical Laboratory Science

Jake T. Peterson, Gladstone Area High School, Civil Engineering

Jenna M. Rubick, Rapid River High School, Management

Jake T. Siedlecki, Gladstone Area High School, Mathematics

David C. Soderman, Gladstone Area High School, Mechanical Engineering

Lilly J. VanLoon, Iron Mountain High School, Medical Laboratory Science

Leigha K. Woelffer, Gladstone Area High School, Electrical Engineering

Gulliver

Abby N. Schwartz*, Manistique Middle-High School, Chemistry

Rapid River

Alyssa J. Gagne, Gladstone Area High School, Chemical Engineering

Michigan Technological University is a public research university, home to more than 7,000 students from 60 countries. Founded in 1885, the University offers more than 120 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in science and technology, engineering, forestry, business and economics, health professions, humanities, mathematics, and social sciences. The campus in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula overlooks the Keweenaw Waterway and is just a few miles from Lake Superior.

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