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Local students named to Michigan Tech dean’s list

HOUGHTON — Michigan Technological University, in Houghton, has released the dean’s list for the 2020 spring semester. More than 2,300 students were named to the dean’s list this past spring. 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 students from the local area:

Raquel Leisner, Escanaba, Mathematics, * Bark River-Harris School

Alec Bloom, Cooks, Mechanical Engineering Tech, * Big Bay de Noc High School

Ryan Becotte, Escanaba, Computer Science, Escanaba Area Public High School

Logan Canull, Houghton, Mechanical Engineering, Escanaba Area Public High School

Garek Dyszel, Escanaba, Electrical Engineering, Escanaba Area Public High School

Derek Gregg, Escanaba, Computer Science, * Escanaba Area Public High School

Travis Heller, Escanaba, Electrical Engineering, Escanaba Area Public High School

Malary Hiney, Bark River, Biomedical Engineering, Escanaba Area Public High School

Derek Kamin, Escanaba, Computer Science, * Escanaba Area Public High School

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

Shelbie Lehto, Escanaba, Mechanical Engineering, Escanaba Area Public High School

Trent Luft, Escanaba, Computer Network & System Administration, * Escanaba Area Public High School

Riley Mayville, Escanaba, Civil Engineering, * Escanaba Area Public High School

Josh Myers, Gladstone, Electrical Engineering, Escanaba Area Public High School

Alexia Nelson, Houghton, Biomedical Engineering, * Escanaba Area Public High School

Justin Popelka, Escanaba, Chemical Engineering, Escanaba Area Public High School

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

Jim Smith, Cornell, Chemical Engineering, Escanaba Area Public High School

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

Scout Wunder, Escanaba, Construction Management, Escanaba Area Public High School

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

Dylan Bell, South Range, Chemical Engineering, * Gladstone Area High School

Dylan Bernson, Gladstone, Forestry, Gladstone Area High School

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

Joshua Bilkey, Gladstone, Chemical Engineering, Gladstone Area High School

Matthew Casey, Gladstone, Mechanical Engineering, Gladstone Area High School

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

Alyssa Gagne, Rapid River, Chemical Engineering, * Gladstone Area High School

Kailee Kovach, Marinette, Medical Laboratory Science, Gladstone Area High School

Tyler Marenger, South Range, Software Engineering, * Gladstone Area High School

Lucas Runkel, Gladstone, Computer Network & System Administration, Gladstone Area High School

Jake Siedlecki, Gladstone, Mathematics, * Gladstone Area High School

David Soderman, Gladstone, Mechanical Engineering, * Gladstone Area High School

Mason Matchinski, Manistique, Computer Engineering, Manistique Middle-High School

Abby Schwartz, Gulliver, Chemistry, * Manistique Middle-High School

Theresa Weber, Gulliver, Theatre & Entertainment Technology (BS), Manistique Middle-High School

Jenna Rubick, Gladstone, Management, * Rapid River High School

Anna Ellis, Houghton, Applied Ecology & Environ Science, Superior Central High School

Sarah Lindbeck, Munising, Scientific & Technological Communication (BA), Superior Central High School

Dylan Seaberg, Munising, Chemical Engineering, Superior Central High School

Joey Anderson, South Range, Accounting, * Superior Senior High School

Annika Bergstrom, Superior, Environmental Engineering, * Superior Senior High School

Ashley Welsh, Superior, Biomedical Engineering, Superior Senior High School

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. Our campus in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula overlooks the Keweenaw Waterway and is just a few miles from Lake Superior.

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