Campus Notes for Jan. 9

South Dakota State University announces dean’s list

The following students have been named to the dean’s list for academic excellence after the fall 2018 semester at South Dakota State University. To earn dean’s list distinctions in SDSU’s colleges, students must have completed a minimum of 12 credits and must have earned at least a 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Students with an asterisk received a perfect 4.0 GPA.

Students from 36 states and 30 foreign nations are on the list.

Students with F, I, U, RI or RU grades are not eligible regardless of system term GPA attained. Note that these criteria include courses that were taken at other South Dakota institutions this term. A minimum of 12 credits within the 100-699 course range must be taken. A student who passes pregeneral education courses may still qualify, if the student has 12 other credits that do fall within the 100-699 range.

Arco — Kira Gifford*, Michelle Jerzak, Bailey Possail; Boyd — Theodore Sjurseth; Canby — Jacob Crowser, Kara Fairchild*, Kalli Jelen*, Maverick Maynard, Natalie Morris, Alyssa Regnier; Clarkfield — Julia Bowers* , Olivia Jensen; Cottonwood — Jarod Goepferich*, Zackery Louwagie, Brianna Louwagie*; Dawson — Josiah Crawford; Echo — Clay Newton; Ghent – Susan Hennen*; Granite Falls — Laura Butterbrodt*, Tyson Knollenberg, Kelsey Sorenson; Hendricks — Jenna Christianson*, Greta Johnson, Ryan Twedt; Ivanhoe — Brooklynn Downing, Jared Fusselman, Alyssa Otto, Martin Popowski; Lake Benton — Jordan Beck, Jacob Nomeland, Samuel Schardin*, Alex Trautman; Lake Wilson — Sierra Van Iperen*, Linnea York; Lynd — Belinda Pochardt; Marshall — Alexandra Bladholm*, Sarah Bucher*, Jacob Deines*, Alexa Dulas*, Dylan Dulas, Katelyn Elton*, Zachary Fischer*, Elisabeth Gordon*, Callie Graff*, Joshua Gross*, Marah Hart, Elizabeth Louwagie*, Madeline Marks*, Nichole Sample, Alyssa Smith, Natalie Sovell*, Alaina Stoutland, Elizabeth Stoutland*, Kooper Veldhuisen, Noah Winkelman*, Reece Winkelman*, Nicole Wyffels*, Bethany Zeug; Milroy — Megan Schmitt; Minneota — Allison Bottelberghe*, Isaac Hennen, Mark Laleman, Sienna Mahan-Deitte, Megan St. Aubin*; Porter — Sawyer James Kraus; Slayton — Mariah Beckmann, Daylen Brown*, Grant Everson*, Lauren Gillette, Alexis Hanson-McNeil, Landon Like, Brooklyne Miller, Rachel Schmitz*, Mitchell Woldt; Taunton — Alaire Buysse*, Adiah Buysse, Alex Guttormsson, Nicole Sterzinger; Tracy — Ashley Bernardy*, Jackson Pond*; Tyler — Jacklynn Dressen, Shelby Hauswedell, Gracee Krall, Montanna Lehnertz, Gabrielle Thooft*, Tate Thooft; Vesta — Elaina Rohlik*, Denver Stage; Wabasso — Jocelyn Rothmeier*; Walnut Grove — Megan DeSmith*, Stacy Hanson; Wood Lake — Dustin Doose, Vanessa Schlenner.

Minnesota State Community and Technical College announces president’s list

Minnesota State Community and Technical College has named 636 students to its president’s list for the 2018 fall semester. To earn this award for scholastic achievement, a student must complete 12 or more college-level credits for the semester and earn a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher.

Area students named to the M State president’s list are:

Dawson: Hope Richardson

Students receive scholarships at SDSU

Ashley Bernardy, a junior pharmacy major, Natalie Sovell, a senior pharmacy major, and Bethany Zeug, a junior pharmaceutical sciences major, are scholarship recipients at South Dakota State University this academic year. Bernardy is from Tracy, while Sovell and Zeug are from Marshall.

Bernardy is the 2018-19 recipient of the Chuck and Dorie Sendelbach Scholarship in Support of the Jackrabbit Guarantee. She is the daughter of Ralph and Maria Bernardy and a 2016 graduate of Marshall High School. At State, she is involved in Jacks Give Back, Helping Everyone Reach Optimal Health, Student Collaboration for the Advancement and Promotion of Pharmacy, and State A Thon.

Sovell is the 2018-19 recipient of the Richard A. Smith Scholarship in Pharmacy in Support of the Jackrabbit Guarantee. She is the daughter of Ken and Jane Sovell and a 2015 graduate of Marshall High School. At State, she is involved in Student Collaboration for the Advancement and Promotion of Pharmacy, Kappa Psi pharmaceutical fraternity and Phi Lambda Sigma.

Zeug is the 2018-19 recipient of the Daniel J. and Jessica L. Hansen Scholarship in Pharmacy. She is the daughter of Joe and Bobbi Zeug and a 2016 graduate of Marshall High School.

MSUM announces graduates

Minnesota State University Moorhead awarded degrees to about 500 students during its fall commencement program Dec. 20 in the university’s Nemzek Fieldhouse.

Local students receiving degrees are: Logan DeBlieck, bachelor of science, Yellow Medicine East High School; Hailey Enstad, bachelor of science, summa cum laude, Yellow Medicine East High School; Sadie Kluver, bachelor of science, Yellow Medicine East High School; Shane Kunde, bachelor of science, Marshall High School; Jacob Lehmann, bachelor of science, Dawson-Boyd High School; Anna Schiavo, bachelor of science, Marshall High School; Kendra Soupir, bachelor of arts, cum laude, Marshall High School.

Anundson named to dean’s list at Bob Jones University

Jenna Anundson, a junior criminal justice major from Minneota, was among approximately 900 students named to the dean’s list for high academic achievement during the fall 2018 semester.

To qualify for the dean’s list, students must earn a 3.0-3.74 grade-point average.

Alexandria Technical & Community College announces dean’s list for fall 2018

Gregg Raisanen, senior dean of academic affairs and students at Alexandria Technical & Community College, recognized individual students for academic excellence during fall 2018.

The following students were named to the dean’s list for achieving a GPA of 3.5 or higher fall semester 2018:

Marshall — Hannah Meier, Minneota — Emily Stienessen, Saint Leo — Justin Jelen

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