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Austin Peay State University recognized more than 2,000 students, including more than 1,000 from Montgomery County, who were named to the dean’s list for academic achievement during the fall semester.

Students who made the dean’s list from Clarksville were Ryan Abraham, Annaleise Adkins, Taylor Adkins, Katherine Alba, Amanda Albert, Preston Albertia, Carli Alborn, Luke Albro, Hannah Aldridge, Baneen Aljaberi, Abby Allen, Rachel Allen, Vincent Amacio, Joshua Amos, Caleb Anderson, Emily Anderson, Jordyn Anderson, Sandra Anderson, Taniah Andrews, Grace Apilado, Adrienne Armstrong, Kelsey Arneson, Alexandra Arnold, Alyssa Arthur, Brian Atkins, Andrew Austin, Cologino Avros, Carolina Ayala, Charlotte Ayala, Desney Ayala, Isabelle Bagby, Alexis Baggett, Skylar Baggett, Saige Bagley, Allison Bagwell, Andrew Bagwell, Aaliyah Baker, Jamal Baker, Noah Baker, Jina Balser, Jamie Bardeen, Amayah Barefield, Savannah Barefield, Tennessee Barkalow, Savannah Barker, Graham Barnett, Serena Baron, Jasmine Barrios, Kaylee Barry, Jared Barthel, Jackson Bass, Matthew Bassham, Jonathan Bateman, Bowen Baucom, Loring Beacham, Michael Beall, Shelby Becerra, Andrew Becker, Casey Beckett, Ashley Beckham, Bobby Bedwell, Cory Beery, Bridget Bell, Shelby Beltran, Rebecca Bender, Brandyn Benfatto, Kala Benson, Madison Berner, Sean Beyke, Courtney Binkley, Ashley Birnbaum, Teilor Bischoff, Karah Bishop, Conner Black, Hannah Black, Stewart Black, Nora Blake, Cassady Blankenship, Joseph Blankenship, Robert Blankenship, Chad Boger, AnnaShane Bolin, Emma Bolin, Alanna Bonnell, Kara Borden, Adam Botens, Rheanne Bouchard, Amanda Bowker, Shelby Bowling, Lauryn Boyd, Kathryn Boyer, Kenneth Boyle, Joyce Boyles, Dawson Bracket, Payton Bracket, Rachel Bradberry, Ariel Brandmeyer, Dalain Branham, Maggie Bratton, Johnathan Braxton, Alec Briggs, Marley Britt, William Britt, Darran Brooks, Oneil Brooks, Son Brooks, Spencer Brooks, Steffen Brooks, Alain Brown, Kyra Brown, Shelita Brown, Jarod Brumbaugh, Nathan Burkholder, Gabrielle Burnett, Emma Burns, Kylie Butler, Trisha Butler, Gracelyn Butts, Savannah Byers, Aaron Caballero, Ashley Cade, Alexis Campbell, Jordan Campbell, Rebie Campbell, Aaliyah Cannon, Narcarsia Cannon, Taylor Caperton, Rachel Carey, Carlos Carpena Marrero, Mackenzie Carr, Anna Carroll, Armond Carter, Kamal Carter, Madison Casey, Anna Cassady, Maria Castillo, Monica Catlett, Matthew Cato, Yamilet Chavez-Tavera, Michelle Chen, Jerry Childs, Oksana Chipko, Isabella Christenson, Tatiyana Chudoba, Katherine Cinelli, Tyler Claffie, Braelyn Clark, Brayden Clark, Caleb Clark, Lauren Clark, Madison Clark, Amanda Cobo, KeySeanda Cole, Kayla Coleman, Sarah Collins, Dylan Commean, Thomas Compton, Bethlyn Conery, Lachlan Conery, Tiffany Confer, Susan Conner, Dekanasia Conyers, Elleanor Cooper, Keisha Cooper, Shay Cope, Joseph Coppola, Rebecca Corbin, Savanah Corbitt, Talia Corn, Sydney Cornett, Jessica Cortes, Dasan Costa-Roca, Nicholas Cottingham, Brook Coutchure, Jared Cox, Lourdes Cox, Abbygail Crawford, Ka’dondre Crawford, Joni Creekmore, Isabella Crespo, Benjamin Crockett, David Crook, Kellie Crouch, Robert Crouch, Aedon Crouse, Sydney Crutcher, Susan Cruz, Katelin Csiszer, Aaliyah Cumberbatch, Dylan Cummings, Emily Cummings, Judy Cummings, Julian Cummings, Kaitlyn Hanson, Michaela Cunningham, John Custer, Anna Dailey, Lydia Dailey, Daniel Dale, Joseph Dallas, Anton Damberg, Laura Daniel, Giovanni Daniels, Katelynn Daniels, Keilee Daubon, Ariel Daugherty, Richard Davenport, Alexis Davis, Kristina Davis, Mercedes Dawson, Carly Day, Lauren Dehart, Dulce DelaRosa, Jacob Delano, Jenna Deleon, Ronunda Deloatch, Michelle Demarais, Joseph Demonbreun, Andrew Dennis, Carace Dennis, Alexis Derossett, Nicholas Desing, Ambria Dewitt, Kiana Diamond, Johnathan Dickson, Javon Dixon, Yvonne Dodson, Patricia Dominguez, Madison Dovi, Isaiah Dowlen, Leah Dowlen, Keenan Driskell, Nadine Duessler, Christian Duff, Hailey Duffer, Kamille Dunbar, Christie Duncan, Emili Dyce, Morgan Dye, Alexis Earwood, Kendall Eckhardt, Rylee Edlin, Kendahl Edwards, Kalli Egger, Shawn Elam, Michaela Elder, Courtney Eldridge, Natalia Elkine, Keely Ellis, Alexis Endres, Alura Endres, Joseph Endris, Hannah Estep, Alexandra Estrada-Marin, Hannah Everett, Haylee Evers, Don Evitts, Sarah Ewers, Caleb Fain, Diona Fairfield, Seanna Farrell, Joseph Fedak, Novalee Feichko, Sebastian Fenton, Douglas Ferguson, Cherady Fine, Jonothan Fischer, Joshua FitzPatrick, Simira Flakes, Antwun Fleming, Yarelis Flores, Brandon Floro, Ronald Foley, Josie Foote, Chaya Fordham, Eliot Fordham, Joshua Forrest, Ashley Fort, Courtney Fox, Susanna Franklin, Katlyn Frazier, Emily Freeman, Austin Fridley, Rebecca Frostrom, Benjamin Fryer, Kemeliz Fuentes, Nathan Fulner, Mallory Fundora, Dalon Gadson, Amanda Gafford, Heather Gaige, Julia Gailfus, Annette Garcia, Jenna Garcia, Joyce Garcia, Justin Garofalo, Caitlyn Garrett, Jordan Gary, Rute Giaimo, Tyler Gilbert, Addison Gilbow, Camden Gill, Danyl Gillette, Brandi Gilson, Lina Girouard, Unquiee Glasper, Jerrod Glass, Kayla Gloss, Brittany Gobbell, Benjamin Goins, Molly Goins, Sahil Goklaney, Taya Goode, Helen Gooding, Kayla Gore, Kimberly Gouveia, Mia Gracia-Toro, Joshua Graham, Morgan Graham, Chelsea Grant, Jonathan Grant, Danielle Graves, Kira Green, Shania Green, Rodger Green III, Rachel Greer, Sara Grey, Tashaunda Grimmett, Logan Grisham, Ryan Grosjean, Samantha Gross, Bianca Guarino, Alexandra Guerra, Rose Guerrero, Catherine Gunther, Eileen Gutierrez, Trevor Guy, Thomas Haas, Claudine Habib, Autumn Hale, Adelle Hall, Hanna Hall, Kathryn Hamlet, Mackeala Hammonds, Logan Hanna, Scarlet Hanor, Andrew Hansen, Nevaeh Hardy, Destiny Harp, Savannah Harper, Mark Harrington, Erica Harris, Jesse Harris, Wyatt Harris, Vaughn Hart, Krystina Hartwell, Kaycie Hartwig, Christian Harvey, John Hasty, Jordan Hawley, Marshall Hayes, Denise He, George Head, Connor Hedges, Hayden Heflin, Marleigh Heggie, Caitlyn Helmsworth, Melia Hema, Grace Henderson, Regina Henderson, Sarah Hendricks, Carder Henry, Pamela Henry, Juliana Hensley, Olivia Hensley, Joshua Hermantin, Sydney Hermey, Delrick Hernandez Rodriguez, Christina Hess, Deoni Hickman, Caleb Hicks, Aubrey Higdon, Zachary Hines, Dustin Hinkle, Kelsey Hinton, Yu Hirono, Jacob Hite, Abby Hoaglund, Shayla Hoang, Tarrah Hodge, Francis Hoernlen, Abbey Hogan, Erin Hohman, Sydney Holbert, Walter Holcomb, Carlynn Holleman, Ashlee Holley, Silver Holmes, Meagan Hook, Anna Howard, Rhiannon Howard, Kaitlyn Hudgings, Kelcie Hudgings, Brianna Huelsman, Anthony Huggins, Marie Hughes, Savannah Hunt, Michael Hunter, Ashley Hutchinson, Kaitlin Hutson, Timothy Hutt, Lillian Hyde, Marziontay Hyde, Noalan Hyder, Shiraz Ibrahim, Joseph Ingram, Kaylee Irons, Jennifer Irwin, Jamie Isenberg, Heather Jackson, Kayla Jackson, Zachary Jagger, Kennedy Jakes, Kilian Jakstis, Courtney Jankowski, Blessing Jator, Derrick Jator, Brianna Jeffries, Haven Jenkins, Carlos Jennings, Herman Jex, Gloria Jimenez, Jennifer Jimenez, Althea Johnson, Andie Johnson, Blake Johnson, Brevon Johnson, Dorian Johnson, Jessica Johnson, Keith Johnson, Kianna Johnson, Lucas Johnson, Malachi Johnson, Mckenzie Johnson, Stephen Johnson, Colby Jones, John Jones, Yolanda Jones-Bell, Michaella Joy, John Juanito, Grace Kang, Spencer Katoanga, Kaleigh Katruska, Taylor Kazinski, Katherine Keen, Blaine Kellar, Zaccary Kellar, Amanda Keller, Chelsey Kelley, Caitlan Kelly, Cameron Kelly, Cecilia Kelly, Margaret Kelly, Bridget Kennedy, Leah Kennedy, Victor Kenney, Maryanne Key, Stephen Kiesel, Jordan Kilts, Angela Kim, David Kim, Seong Kim, Ethan King, James King, Leanna Kiser, Spencer Kleeberg, Kenneth Klein, Ashlee Knight, Kaci Kojundic, Alexis Koon, Johnathan Kramer, Victoria Kretz, Emma Kreuser, Samantha Kuerbitz, Latisha Kumi, Jacob Lakin, Scott Lam, Emily Lanier, Claire Larose, Faith Last, Braden Laster, Jessica Laster, Jerry Lawless, Shirley Layer, Donna Le Ho, Izabella LeBlanc, Angelique Leasure, Curtis Leblanc, Mary Leblanc, Dustin Lemons, Kassidy Leonard, Asya Lewis, Jesseca Lewis, Joshua Lewis, Samantha Lewis, Bo Yang Li, Kara Liberatore, Kenya Liggons, Brent Liles, Jennifer Lindahl, Abigail Lindsey, Blair Lindsey, Sabrina Lindstrom, Makinna Little, Preston Livesey, Abigail Lloyd, Summer Long, Jordan Longson, Jennifer Loreant, Alexandria Loreille, Marissa Lott, Aaliyah Louis, De’Andre Love, Marissa Love, Ariana Lovings, Coard Lowery, Bryce Luebker, Kelsey Luttrell, Katherine Lutz, Jayci Mabry, Robert Maccargar, Autumn Maczko, Shane Magee, Alexis Mahar, Alexandria Mahon, Christopher Mains, Jacopo Manini, Ashlyn Manley, Tara Manor, Victoria Manross, Keilani Manzano-Anderson, Kristen Maples, Heath Marcom, Tyler Marrapese, Jessica Marrs, Sydney Marsh, Karen Martin, Kevin Martin, Lawrence Martin, Ryan Martin, Sara Martin, Sarah Martin, Elena Martinez, Manuel Martinez, Zachry Martinez, Natasha Martinov, Alden Marvin, Janae Masters, Destiny Mathews, Cody Maxson, Dylan May, Maysun Mayberry, Mika Mayhugh, Joshua McAbee, Ethan McCrary, Makaila McCullen, Blake McCullough, Elizabeth McElveen, Penelope McEntee, Kymberlee McFaul, Deaglan McGowan, Shelby McGraw, Sarah McIntosh, Raeleen McLaughlin, Bailey McLearen, Kenneth McPhail, Kaitlynn McVicker, Olivia Mcclendon, Alyssa Mcgirt, Samantha Mcintyre, Courtney Meadows, Randall Meadows, Brittney Medlin, Kaleb Melendez, Olivia Melton, Aidee Mendoza, Luke Meyer, Hailey Mignone, Arianna Millan, Chase Miller, Corrigan Miller, Sara Miller, Skylynn Miller, Kayla Miller-Zapata, Abigail Mills, Catherine Miner, Kyle Minich, Gary Minnick, Marissa Mize, Abigail Moore, Daniel Moore, Grace Moore, Jaquira Moore, Tiffany Moore, Jacob Morgan, Miranda Morgan, Gabriella Morin, Christie Morman, Charles Morris, Linsey Morrison, Chante Morrow, Jacqueline Morrow, Haley Mosier, Hamdi Muganga, Emma Muiznieks, Jeannette Muller, Bryant Mullins, Heidi Mullins, Ashley Mundy, Benjamin Murphy, Miran Murphy, Michaela Murray, Amanda Murrell, Hannah Myers, Jacob Myers, Thomas Myers, Honoka Nakanishi, Ryan Nanzer, Alexis Nefe, Jonathan Nelson, Sabrina Nelson, Daniel Nenadovich, Shamon Nettles, Connor Newberry, Faith Newlands, Marshall Newman, Savanna Nguyen, Madison Niles, Dakota Nipper, Nathan Nix, Torin Noar, Thiago Nogueira, Makayla Norton, Michael O’Connor, Canon Ogle, Kevin Ogle, Lance Oglesbee, Andrew Oglesby, Matthew Oglesby, Brianna Olds, Rocio Ornelas, Olivia Ortiz, Alisha Osland, Warren Overstreet, Jennifer Owen, Morgan Ozanne, Kamya Packer, David Paeth, Izabella Paeth, Carlos Paez, Auburn Painter, Amy Palmer, David Palmer, Zachary Palmer, Katelyn Paquet, Rhiannon Paris, Gavin Parker, Levi Parks, David Parson, Janvi Patel, Alice Patterson, Delaney Patterson, Iva Patterson, Christaine Patton, Miranda Pellegrini, Cameron Pena, Deliann Perez-Andrades, Marlice Perez-Rivera, Lainey Persinger, Myra Peterson, Hunter Petty, Arthur Phillips, Kenisha Phillips, Aric Phipps, Carly Pierce, Donovan Piko, Charlie Plata, Jarres Plummer, Alijah Poindexter, Stephanie Poliquin, Madyson Pollock, Ashley Pomales, Logan Pomeroy, Audrey Pontious, Franklin Porter, Talley Posey, Christopher Postel, Madison Pounds, Damion Powell, Austin Presley, Brianna Presson, Dakota Price, Ulexus Pridgen, Cheyenne Priest, Will Primasing, Brett Pritts, Hannah Proch, Aleah Pryor, Ryan Puckett, Beverly Pugh, Elizabeth Putnam, Anthony Qualkinbush, Victoria Quarles, Jannika Quinn, Marcos Quinones, Virginia Quinones, Danya Rabahat, Grace Ramos, Grace Ramsey, Elisabeth Rausch, Rachael Rausch, Ayanna Ray, Taylor Ray, Taylor Ray, Jessica Raybuck, Tiernan Reagan, Jakob Rebenstorf, Christina Reddick, Paige Redmond, Ashlynn Reed, Cambree Reed, Dejah Reed, Matthew Reed, Hailey Reeve, Kailena Reinhard, Gabriella Reist, Agustin Resendiz, Drew Reynolds, Fallon Richards, Isis Richardson, Nicollette Richmond, Luke Ritenour, Paxton Ritschel, Angelica Rivera Abad, Emily Robbins, William Robinault, Bayleigh Robinson, Bryce Robinson, Matthew Robinson, Maria Rocha, Samantha Rodney, Edgar Rodriguez, Gabriela Rodriguez, Julio Rodriguez, Shakor Rodriguez, Tyler Rohl, Jennifer Rosa Owen, Mckenzie Rose, Alyssa Ross, Timeshia Ross, Victoria Ross, Caleb Roth, Lillian Rousseau, Tyelisa Rubio, Gabrielle Rueff, Madisson Russell, Matthew Rutter, Marie Ryales, Emerson Ryder, Nicholas Rye, Julie Rylee, Nyla Saines, Hailana Salib, William Salter, Isabel Sanchez, Kailey Sanchez, Brendan Sanders, Gabriella Sandles, Halie Sands, Zoe Sawyer, Sharla Scantling, Christina Schachle, Cathy Scheuer, Scott Scheuer, Olga Schmal, Isabelle Schmidt, Kathryn Schmittou, Luke Schnetlage, Karlijn Schouten, Elijah Schug, Paul-Michael Schuhart, Stephen Schultz, Nicolas Screnock, Dustin Scroggins, Shellie Seagroves, Megan Seeley, Savanna Seidensticker, Katrina Shackelford, Alyssa Shapman, Brianna Sharpe, Chava Shawn, Kayla Sheehan, Stephen Sheehan, Anna Sheets, Carolyn Sheets, William Shehy, Kenneth Shipley, Michelle Shirer, Jacie Shockney, Carlos Silva, Abby Silvers, Aiesha Simmons, Christina Simpson, Chloe Sims, Adrianna Sisemore, Brandon Sitz, Landon Skaar, Ashley Smith, Grant Smith, Kimberly Smith, Madison Smith, Parker Smith, Rebecca Smith, Sarah Smith, Scarlett Smith, Nikita Smith-Southern, Lydia Snyder, Lindsay Sommermeyer, Quinn Sorensen, Brian Spain, Garrett Spain, Taylor Spainhoward, Joseph Spear, Annabelle Spencer, Nattapon Spencer, Aglaia Spiliopoulou, Natalia Spiliopoulou, Robert Spingler, Noah Stafford, Autumn Starr, Jasmine Steele, Serita Steele, Suncerea Stephens, Connor Sternloff, Austin Stewart, Destinye Stone, Jeffrey Stout, Jennifer Stuart, Michael Sturek, Kendall Sullivan, William Summerville, Candice Summons, Megan Sumner, Jordan Sykes, Presleigh Sykes, Anna Talbot, Phoenix Tarpy, Kallista Tasker, James Tate, Grace Taylor, Anna Temple, Thomas Templeton, Berta Teodora, Lauren Terry, Alissa Thacker, Rebecca Thomack, Ashlyn Thomas, Chellsee Thomas, Herman Thomas, Kourtney Thomas, Ryan Thomas, Aila Thompson, Jerrianna Thompson, Una Thompson, Madeline Thorne, Darrell Thornton, Shelby Thornton, Emma Tilton, Olivia Tilton, Alexis Tinsley, Zachary Tinsley, Alessa Tomboc, Aleksandra Topalovic, Brittany Topping, Rebekah Torres, Brenna Towne, Hanh Thi Phuc Tran, Vincent Tran, Paul Trbovic, Candice Trice, Chanelle Trottman, Madison Tucker, Payton Turrisi, Robert Ulloa, Gilberto Urriola, Bryan Utley, Lauren Utt, Allison Uyen, Josie Valentine, Destani Vaughan-Locklear, Hannah Vaughn, Jeremy Vega, Christopher Velazquez, Keith Vencel, Hillary Veras Rosa, Jessica Verrillo, Lucas Versage, Lorelei Villarreal, Joseph Vogelpohl, Lauren Von Palko, Aiyanna Wade, Megan Wadsworth, Kerrigan Walker, Latrice Walker, Mason Walker, Kandice Wallace, Sabrina Wallace, Jordan Waller, Carolanne Walsh, Elinor Warren, Payten Warren, Jeannie Watkins, David Watson, Joshua Watson, Samantha Watson, Savanna Watson, Kyle Watts, James Wead, Ashton Weddington, Ashleigh Weidman, Cassie Welch, Adrian West, Ture Westlund, Angela Whidden, Serenity Whitaker, Andrea White, Jon White, Jonathan White, Michaela White, Saryn White, Katlyn Whittaker, Tori Whittaker, George Wiggins, James Wiggins, Emily Wilcox, Zachary Wilde, Alexis Williams, Daphne Williams, Raquel Williams, Sara Williams, Timothy Williams, Zoe Williams, Tyjai Williams Harley, Conchetta Willis, Brianna Wilson, Carleigh Wilson, Joseph Wilson, Peyton Wilson, Sarah Wilson, Rhiannon Wingo, Brandi Wolfgang, Timothy Woods, Jacob Worsley, Jessie Worthy, Addison Wright, Brianna Wright, Briauna Wright, Mathew Wright, Vincent Yacobozzi, Dorian Yeargan, William Yeargan, Aleecia Yesh, Nicole Yoo, Alyssa Young, Hayley Young, Marilyn Zamora, Lisa Anderson, Nyrisha Anderson, Matthew Arnold, Mindy Baptist, Christian Bayili, Elhadji Beye, Randi Briggs, Courtney Cervantes, Taylor Chaney, Constantino Chavez, Larry Cooper, Kareem Dade, Gabrielle Decker, Kristina Dehart, Dawn Detwiler-Smith, Kenia Duvalsierra, Christopher Earley, Nayia Felix, Kristina Fish, Rachel Flint, Chyryll Floranda, Kimberly Ford, Thomas Frazier, Brian Frias, Bianca Garcia, Christopher Garen, Jared Gibson, Jerry Gray, Sophie Gray, Miracle Green, Conner Hayes, Brennan Hildebrand, Eric Holiday, Sean-Michael Horn, Kiley Jones, Akeem Joseph, Delfina Kerdels, Bradley King, Britney Krbec, Matias Lacuesta, Mediha Lacuesta, Courtney Lamb, Holly Lane, Adam Lee, Sara Littlejohn, Jason Markum, Eric Mbogori, Eleanor McLaughlin, James McLean, Jacob Merritt, Robert Minnella, Ash’lyn Monnett, Jeffrey Moul, Rachel Nakatani, Garrett Northcutt, Katie O’Donnell, Norman Osei, Haley Powell, Haley Powers, Zameena Ramdipsingh, Scarlet Riessner, Darrius Robinson, Jennyfer Romero, Leland Scharnhorst, James Sigler, Haleigh Silveira, Dustin Stewart, Vanessa Suponch, James Tricker, Ethan Ver Dught, Breyana Washington, Molly White, Afton Wolivar and Matthew Woolsey.

Students who made the dean’s list from Cunningham were Katherine Anderson, Garrett Austin, Kara Brewer, Taylor Buckner, Carrie Hannah, Andrew Harbin, Elizabeth Harrison, Michael Lobdell, Phillip Morrison, Ben Sleigh, Jalen Smalls, Alyssa Spaulding, Autumn Surface, Isac VanWormer and Kaylee Waskiewicz.

Students who made the dean’s list from Palmyra were Madison Averitt, Michaela Clark, John Hansen, Jennifer Harrison, Noah Johnson, Nicole Joiner, David Keesler, Daisy McKern, Neil Stoughton, William Sims, Elizabeth Sundell and Michelle Whitler.

Students who made the dean’s list from Woodlawn were Emily Ann Bryant, Shane Carney, Shelby Colson, Tara Cummings, Steven Davis, Rachel Elcook, Ryan Grace, Micah Henderson, Bennie Hill, Travis Jarrell, James Kleinhans, Madison Kilburn, Jordan Lobato, Audreyanna Luke, Ciarra Macmaster, Andrew Matherly, Tabitha Mimms, Matthew Noblin, Kasey Robertson, Amaya Sucharski, Ashlie Steffen, Sarah Tracy, Bailey West and Shirley West.

To qualify for the dean’s list, students must earn a semester grade-point average of 3.5 or greater.

Danner named to Roane State president’s list

HARRIMAN—Dakotah Danner, of Cunningham, made the president’s list at Roane State Community College for the fall semester.

To be eligible, a student must attain a 4.0 grade-point average while attempting 12 or more semester hours of college-level courses; or earn a 4.0 as a student in the college’s nursing program during a semester in which the required course schedule is fewer than 12 hours; or earn a 4.0 as a student in one of the college’s selective admission health sciences programs during a semester in which the required course schedule is fewer than 12 hours.

The president’s list and dean’s list are the official mediums for the institution to recognize outstanding academic achievement by students. The lists are compiled at the end of each academic semester by the registrar’s office and noted on the student’s academic transcript.

Roane State is a two-year college in Tennessee that provides transfer programs, career-preparation programs and continuing education. Founded in 1971, the college has locations in Roane, Campbell, Cumberland, Fentress, Knox, Loudon, Morgan and Scott counties, as well as a branch campus in Oak Ridge. For more information, visit roanestate.edu or call 866-462-7722.

Wilson receives degree from Georgia Tech

ATLANTA—Janee Wilson, of Clarksville, earned a master’s degree in business administration – global business from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.

Wilson was among about 3,800 undergraduate and graduate students who earned their degrees during the fall semester and were recognized during the institute’s 259th commencement exercises Dec. 11-12 at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

One of the nation’s leading research universities, the Georgia Institute of Technology is in the business of creating the next idea, the next technology and the next legion of agile minds well-equipped to imagine and engineer our future. Nearly 40,000 undergraduate and graduate students are enrolled, and Georgia Tech is ranked in the nation’s top 10 public universities by U.S. News & World Report. For more information, visit gatech.edu.

Conner named to president’s list at Coastal Carolina University

CONWAY, S.C.—About 930 undergraduate students at Coastal Carolina University were named to the president’s list for the fall semester.

That’s 10% of the student body with a 4.0 grade-point average for the fall semester and included Caroline Conner a marine science major from Clarksville.

Coastal Carolina University is a dynamic, public comprehensive liberal arts institution in Conway, S.C., just minutes from the resort area of Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Coastal Carolina University offers baccalaureate degrees in 94 major fields of study. Among its graduate-level programs are 27 master’s degrees, two educational specialist degrees and the doctorates in education and in marine science – coastal and marine systems science. The most popular undergraduate majors are marine science, management, exercise and sport science, communication and psychology. It boasts a growing array of internship, research and international opportunities for students, as well as numerous online programs through Coastal Online.

More than 10,000 students from across the country and around the world interact with a world-class faculty and enjoy a nationally competitive NCAA I athletic program, an inspiring cultural calendar and a tradition of community interaction that is fueled by more than 120 student clubs and organizations. Visit coastal.edu for more information.

Waltman named to fall dean’s list at Hofstra University

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y.—Cameron Waltman, of Clarksville, excelled during the fall semester and achieved a grade-point average of at least 3.5 to earn a spot on the dean’s list at Hofstra University.

Hofstra University is a nationally ranked and recognized private university in Hempstead, New York that is the only school to ever play host to three consecutive presidential debates in 2008, 2012 and 2016. The campus is a leafy oasis just a quick train ride away from New York City and all its cultural, recreational and professional opportunities. It offers small classes and personal attention, with the resources, technology and facilities of a large university. Students can choose from more than 165 undergraduate program options and 175 graduate program. Hofstra University is a dynamic community of 11,000 students from around the world who are dedicated to civic engagement, academic excellence and becoming leaders in their communities and their careers.

Vest named to dean’s honor list at Cedarville University

CEDARVILLE, Ohio—Cedarville University recently released the fall dean’s list, and Emily Vest, of Clarksville, was named to it.

The recognition required Vest to obtain a 3.75 grade-point average or higher for the semester and carry a minimum of 12 credit hours.

Located in southwest Ohio, Cedarville University is an accredited, Christ-centered, Baptist institution with an enrollment of 4,550 undergraduate, graduate and online students in more than 150 areas of study. Founded in 1887, Cedarville is one of the largest private universities in Ohio, recognized nationally for its authentic Christian community, rigorous academic programs, strong graduation and retention rates, accredited professional and health science offerings and high student engagement ranking. For more information about Cedarville University, visit cedarville.edu.

Three Clarksville students named to dean’s list at University of the Cumberlands

WILLIAMSBURG, Ky.—In recognition of academic performance, the office of the vice president for academic affairs at University of the Cumberlands announced three Clarksville students were named to the dean’s list for the fall semester.

Hunter Adamson, Christopher Fletcher and Gabriel Pollard, all of Clarksville, were named to the dean’s list.

To be eligible for the dean’s list, students must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours, maintain a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.50 and be in good academic standing.

University of the Cumberlands is the largest and most affordable private university in Kentucky. Located in Williamsburg, Kentucky, Cumberlands is an institution of regional distinction that offers quality undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and online degree programs. Learn more at ucumberlands.edu.

May makes chancellor’s list at University of South Carolina Beaufort

BLUFFTON, S.C.—University of South Carolina Beaufort announced Sabrina May, of Woodlawn, was named a fall chancellor’s list honoree.

To be eligible for the chancellor’s list, students must earn a term grade-point average of 3.50 or higher earned on a minimum of 12 credited semester hours.

USCB is the fastest growing four-year institution within the University of South Carolina System. It offers 20 baccalaureate degrees on three campuses – Bluffton, Beaufort and Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Its 2,100 students hail from multiple states and more than a dozen international locations. Its award-winning faculty of scholars and professionals is committed to undergraduate teaching and research in small-class settings. USCB is ranked among the top 10 regional public colleges in the South.

Smart named to Upper Iowa University’s fall dean’s list

FAYETTE, Iowa—Upper Iowa University announced the dean’s list for the fall semester.

Among those named to the dean’s list was Ty Smart, a criminal justice major from Clarksville.

To be honored, the undergraduate must have earned a minimum 3.50 grade-point average and be enrolled as a full-time student.

Denney earns dean’s list recognition at Valdosta State University

VALDOSTA, Ga.—Valdosta State University announced Alyssa Denney, of Clarksville, earned a spot on the fall dean’s list.

Dean’s list honors are reserved for the highest achieving students at Valdosta State. Denney was one of more than 2,100 distinguished and accomplished students recognized for exemplifying excellence in the attainment of their educational goals.

To qualify for dean’s list at Valdosta State, students must achieve a semester grade-point average of 3.50 or higher on nine or more semester hours with an institutional grade point average of 3.0 or higher.

Established in 1906, Valdosta State University is a premier comprehensive university that offers both the extensive academic, cultural and social opportunities of a major university and the small classes and close, personal attention of smaller institutions. Valdosta State boasts more than 100 degree, certificate and endorsement programs on campus and online for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as a full menu of extracurricular activities, from national championship athletic and academic teams to honors organizations, sororities and fraternities, intramural sports, educational and service clubs, a symphony orchestra, art and theatre, research opportunities and more. For more information, visit valdosta.edu.

Rowland named to president’s list at Mississippi College

CLINTON, Miss.—Brock Rowland, of Clarksville, was named to the fall president’s list at Mississippi College.

The Mississippi College office of academic affairs releases the president’s list after the close of fall and spring semesters each academic year. To be eligible for the president’s list, a student must maintain a 4.0 grade-point average, based on a 4.0 system. The student must take a full course load of at least 12 semester hours of undergraduate credit with all academic courses impacting their grade-point average.

Mississippi College, affiliated with the Mississippi Baptist Convention, is a private, co-educational, Christian university of liberal arts and sciences that serve more than 4,500 students from 40 states and more than three dozen countries. Founded in 1826, Mississippi College is the oldest institution of higher learning in Mississippi, the largest private university in the state and America’s second-oldest Baptist college. Mississippi College is home to 84 areas of undergraduate study, 16 graduate programs, a doctor of jurisprudence, a doctor of education leadership degree and a doctor of professional counseling degree. Mississippi College seeks to be a university recognized for academic excellence and commitment to the cause of Christ.

Oakley named to dean’s list at Palmer College of Chiropractic

DAVENPORT, Iowa—Brandon Oakley, of Clarksville, was named to the fall 2020 quarter dean’s list at Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Florida campus in Port Orange, Florida.

Palmer College of Chiropractic, the first and largest college in the chiropractic profession, has campuses in Davenport, Iowa; San Jose, California; and Port Orange, Florida.

Gray named to Missouri State University’s dean’s list

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.—Each semester, students at Missouri State University who attained academic excellence were named to the dean’s list.

Samantha Gray, of Clarksville, made the list. Gray was among more than 5,300 students named to the fall dean’s list.

For undergraduate students, criteria include enrollment in at least 12 credit hours during the fall semester and at least a 3.50 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale.

Missouri State University is a public, comprehensive university system with a mission in public affairs. Its purpose is to develop fully educated people with a focus on ethical leadership, cultural competence and community engagement. For more information about Missouri State, visit missouristate.edu.

Two Clarksville students graduate from University of Alabama

TUSCALOOSA, Ala.—The University of Alabama awarded about 2,257 degrees, including two to Clarksville students, during its Dec. 12 fall commencement.

Kyle Duffin, of Clarksville, received a bachelor’s degree in commerce and business administration. Gabriel Wood, of Clarksville, received a bachelor’s degree in arts.

With a beautiful campus, dozens of challenging academic programs, expert faculty and numerous opportunities for service and growth, the University of Alabama is a place where legends are made. The University of Alabama offers its students a premier educational, cultural and social experience with more than 200 undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. The campus gives students the opportunity to interact with faculty performing cutting-edge research.

The University of Alabama, the state’s oldest and largest public institution of higher education, is a student-centered research university that draws the best and brightest to an academic community committed to providing a premier undergraduate and graduate education. The university is dedicated to achieve excellence in scholarship, collaboration and intellectual engagement; provide public outreach and service to Alabama and the nation; and nurture a campus environment that fosters collegiality, respect and inclusivity.

Torres named to Lock Haven University dean’s list

LOCK HAVEN, Pa.—Vivica Torres, of Clarksville, was named to Lock Haven University’s fall dean’s list.

Torres is majoring in business administration. She was among more than 900 students named to the fall dean’s list.

To receive the honor, students must earn a grade-point average of 3.50 or higher in at least 12 semester hours of course work in the fall semester.

For more information on Lock Haven University, visit lockhaven.edu, email admissions@lockhaven.edu or call 570-484-2011.

Lock Haven University is a small, public university on the west branch of the Susquehanna River in the scenic mountains of Pennsylvania. Lock Haven’s experience-based approach to learning prepares students for a lifetime of success. The university features outstanding academic programs taught by experienced faculty. Since 1870, The Haven provided an unbeatable combination of quality, affordability and value to the region, the commonwealth and beyond. Lock Haven is a member of Pennsylvania’s State System, the largest provider of higher education in the commonwealth.

Five local students named to Freed-Hardeman University president’s, dean’s lists

HENDERSON—Freed-Hardeman University released the names of students who made the president’s and dean’s lists for the fall semester, and five local students made the lists.

Vanessa Ernsberger, a freshman nursing major from Clarksville, was named to the dean’s list.

Bren Glenn, a sophomore accounting major from Clarksville, was named to the president’s list.

Savannah Hartwig, a freshman nursing major from Clarksville, was named to the dean’s list.

Kayla Hunter, a sophomore social work major from Cunningham, was named to the president’s list.

Rachel Tucker, a sophomore nursing major from Clarksville, was named to the dean’s list.

To be on the president’s list, a student must be full-time and have a 4.0 grade-point average. Students on the dean’s list earned a minimum 3.4 grade-point average for the semester.

The mission of Freed-Hardeman University is to help students develop their God-given talents for His glory by empowering them with an education that integrates Christian faith, scholarship and service. With locations in Henderson, Memphis and Dickson, Freed-Hardeman offers bachelor’s, master’s, specialist’s and doctoral degrees. More information is available at fhu.edu.

O’Neill graduates from Freed-Hardeman University

HENDERSON—Freed-Hardeman University held its fall graduation ceremony Nov. 21 in Loyd Auditorium.

About 50 students received baccalaureate degrees, 21 students completed graduate degrees, and six students received doctoral degrees.

Michelle O’Neill, of Clarksville, was among the graduates. O’Neill graduated with a master’s degree in business administration.

The mission of Freed-Hardeman University is to help students develop their God-given talents for His glory by empowering them with an education that integrates Christian faith, scholarship and service. With locations in Henderson, Memphis and Dickson, Freed-Hardeman offers bachelor’s, master’s, specialist’s and doctoral degrees. More information is available at fhu.edu.

Fisher named to Millikin University fall dean’s list

DECATUR, Ill.—Chloe Fisher, of Clarksville, was among the undergraduates at Millikin University named to the dean’s list for the fall semester.

Students who attempt 12 graded credits during a fall or spring semester and earn a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher earn dean’s list honors. Students who earn a perfect 4.0 grade-point average on 12 graded credits attempted earn high dean’s list honors.

Millikin University is a private, comprehensive university with a diverse student population of about 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students. A Millikin education features performance learning, a unique learning approach offered only at Millikin that gives students the chance to build the confidence and skills to succeed before and after graduation. Millikin offers more than 50 majors and is on a 75-acre residential campus in Decatur, Illinois.

Two Clarksville students make Columbia State dean’s list

COLUMBIA—Columbia State Community College announced 700 students, including two from Clarksville, were named to the dean’s list for earning academic honors during the fall semester.

Shiv Kumar Nadikuda and Christopher Potter, both of Clarksville, were named to the dean’s list.

“During the fall semester most classes remained online and in web conferencing formats while COVID-19 cases reached an all-time high in the college’s service area. Some of these students were having a first college experience in this virtual pandemic environment while others continued to manage academic requirements with increasing personal obligations,” said Joni Lenig, interim vice president of academic affairs. “The students who earned this academic achievement proved that college success is possible with hard work and perseverance.”

To qualify for the dean’s list, students must earn 12 or more credit hours for the semester with a grade-point average of 3.50 or higher.

Columbia State Community College is a two-year college that serves a nine-county area in southern Middle Tennessee with five campuses, including Columbia, Williamson, Lawrence, Lewisburg and Clifton. Columbia State was established in 1966 as Tennessee’s first community college.

Seven Clarksville students make dean’s, president’s lists at University of Alabama

TUSCALOOSA, Ala.—A total of 13,128 students, including seven from Clarksville, enrolled during the fall term at the University of Alabama made the dean’s list with academic records of 3.5 or higher or the president’s list with academic records of 4.0.

The University of Alabama dean’s and president’s lists recognize full-time undergraduate students. The lists do not apply to graduate students or undergraduate students who take less than a full course load.

Olivia Blessing, Sorina Gantt, Sawyer Griffy, Asia Hall, Orlando Moore and Zahria Pearson, all of Clarksville, were named to the dean’s list.

Gabriel Wood, of Clarksville, was named to the president’s list.

The University of Alabama, the state’s oldest and largest public institution of higher education, is a student-centered research university that draws the best and brightest to an academic community committed to providing a premier undergraduate and graduate education. The university is dedicated to achieving excellence in scholarship, collaboration and intellectual engagement; providing public outreach and service to the state of Alabama and the nation; and nurturing a campus environment that fosters collegiality, respect and inclusivity.

Three Clarksville students named to University of Nebraska-Lincoln dean’s list

LINCOLN, Neb.—Nearly 6,800 University of Nebraska-Lincoln students, including three from Clarksville, were named to the dean’s list for the fall semester.

Jackson Tyler Brown, a freshman undeclared major, made the dean’s list in the Explore Center. Matthew Wayne Brown, a sophomore mechanical engineering major, made the dean’s list in the college of engineering. Emma Katherine Stapp, a senior actuarial science major, made the dean’s list in the college of business.

Qualifications for the dean’s list vary among the eight undergraduate colleges and the Explore Center.

Three Clarksville students named to Harding University dean’s list

SEARCY, Ark.—Three Clarksville students were among more than 1,200 Harding University students included on the dean’s list for grades achieved during the fall semester.

Corrie Bunner, a junior health studies major, Ansley Cumberland, a senior communication sciences and disorders major, and David Judd, a junior accounting major, all of Clarksville, were named to the dean’s list.

The dean’s list is published each semester by Dr. Marty Spears, university provost, to honor those who have achieved high scholarship. To be eligible, a student must carry 12 or more hours with a 3.65 or higher grade-point average and no incompletes.

Harding University is a private Christian university in Searcy, Arkansas. Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, it is the largest private university in the state. Harding’s student body is made up of students who represent 49 states and 55 nations and territories. The university offers more than 100 undergraduate majors, graduate and professional degrees at the master’s, specialist and doctoral level, as well as numerous international study offerings, including locations in Australia, Latin America, England, France, Greece, Italy and Zambia. For more information, visit harding.edu.

May named standout student at University of South Carolina Beaufort

BLUFFTON, S.C.—Sabrina May, of Woodlawn, was chosen as a standout student at the University of South Carolina at Beaufort.

The standout student program at the University of South Carolina Beaufort identifies high-performing students selected by members of the USCB faculty and helps this elite group learn about opportunities to expand their educational experiences.

Each of the 41 students at the virtual USCB standout student celebration Jan. 27 was nominated by at least one faculty member. USCB chancellor Al M. Panu congratulated the group and presented them with a list of internships, fellowships and other nationally competitive opportunities selected with their academic fields of study in mind. He said the university’s goal is to advance their future careers by giving them access to scholarships, internships and other opportunities post-graduation.

USCB is the fastest growing four-year institution within the University of South Carolina System. It offers 20 baccalaureate degrees on three campuses – Bluffton, Beaufort and Hilton Head Island. Its 2,100 students hail from multiple states and more than a dozen international locations.

Kinney earns degree from University of the Cumberlands

WILLIAMSBURG, Ky.—University of the Cumberlands announced Sarah Kinney, of Clarksville, earned her master’s degree in teaching in the fall.

University of the Cumberlands is one of the largest and most affordable private universities in Kentucky. Located in Williamsburg, Kentucky, Cumberlands is an institution of regional distinction that offers quality undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and online degree programs. Learn more at ucumberlands.edu.

McKinley named to fall dean’s list at the Citadel

CHARLESTON, S.C.—Joshua McKinley, of Clarksville, was among the nearly 1,400 cadets and students recognized for their academic achievements at the Citadel during the fall semester.

The dean’s list is a recognition given to cadets and students who are registered for 12 or more semester hours and whose grade-point average is 3.2 or higher, with no grade of incomplete and grade less than C for work in a semester.

Due to a commitment to academic excellence, 63% of Citadel cadets and students graduate after four years and go on to earn an average salary of nearly $57,000 after learning how to be principled leaders in all walks of life.

The Citadel, with its iconic campus in Charleston, South Carolina, offers a classic military college education for young men and women focused on leadership excellence and academic distinction. The about 2,400 members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets are not required to serve in the military, but about one-third of each class earn commissions to become officers in every branch of U.S. military service. Citadel alumni have served the nation, their states and their communities as principled leaders since 1842. The Citadel Graduate College, founded more than 50 years ago, offers dozens of graduate degree, graduate certificate and evening undergraduate programs in the evening or online. Consecutively named best public college in the South by U.S. News & World Report for 10 years and No. 1 best public college for veterans in the South for three years.

Two Clarksville students named to dean’s list at Palmer College of Chiropractic

DAVENPORT, Iowa—Two Clarksville students were named to the fall trimester dean’s list at Palmer College of Chiropractic’s main campus.

Victoria Brown and Alexandrea Rawlings, both of Clarksville, were named to the dean’s list.

Palmer College of Chiropractic, the first and largest college in the chiropractic profession, has campuses in Davenport, Iowa; San Jose, California; and Port Orange, Florida.

Ziebell named to Troy University chancellor’s list

TROY, Ala.—Haley Ziebell, of Clarksville, was named to the chancellor’s list at Troy University for term 3 of the academic year.

The chancellor’s list honors full-time undergraduate students who are registered for at least 12 semester hours and who earn a grade-point average of 4.0.

Term 3 includes students at Troy’s campuses in Dothan, Phenix City and Montgomery, Alabama, along with students outside of Alabama and online.

Troy University is a public, historic, international university with 22,500 students and 154,000 alumni. Students choose Troy for its quality academic programs, reasonable costs and availability of financial aid, outstanding faculty and flexible in-class and online class offerings. Students on the Troy, Alabama campus enjoy a traditional college experience, while adult students are the centers of attention at campuses in Dothan, Montgomery and Phenix City, Alabama, as well as at locations around the world and online.

Three local students named to Troy University provost’s list

TROY, Ala.—Troy announced three local students were named to the provost’s list for term 3 of the academic year.

Local students named to the provost’s list were Simeon Coffee, of Clarksville; Natalie Lee, of Clarksville; and Heriberto Carrasquillo, of Palmyra.

Full-time undergraduate students who are registered for at least 12 semester hours and who have a grade-point average of at least 3.65 qualify for the provost’s list. Term 3 includes students at Troy’s campuses in Dothan, Phenix City and Montgomery, Alabama, along with students outside of Alabama and online.

Smart graduates from Upper Iowa University

FAYETTE, Iowa—Upper Iowa University announced Ty Smart, of Clarksville, graduated cum laude meritum with a bachelor’s degree in criminal iustice in December.

Founded in 1857, Upper Iowa University is a private, nonprofit university that provides undergraduate and graduate degree programs to about 4,500 students nationally and internationally at its Fayette, Iowa, campus, 21 U.S. locations, as well as a campus in Hong Kong. Upper Iowa University is a recognized innovator in offering accredited, quality programs through flexible, multiple delivery systems, including online and self-paced degree programs. With a focus on developing leaders and lifelong learners, UIU provides dual-enrollment programs for high school students, as well as continuing education and professional development opportunities for learners of any age. For more information, visit uiu.edu.

Two Clarksville students graduate from Troy University

TROY, Ala.—Troy University recognized two Clarksville students who completed the requirements for graduation during term 3 of the academic year.

Simeon Coffee and Brandon Stewart, both of Clarksville, each received degrees from Troy.

Term 3 graduates include students at TROY’s campuses in Dothan, Phenix City and Montgomery, Alabama, along with teaching sites outside of Alabama and online.

Troy University is a public, historic, international university with 22,500 students and 154,000 alumni. Students choose Troy for its quality academic programs, reasonable costs and availability of financial aid, outstanding faculty, and flexible in-class and online class offerings. Students on the Troy, Alabama campus enjoy a traditional college experience, while adult students are the centers of attention at campuses in Dothan, Montgomery and Phenix City, Alabama, as well as at locations around the world and online.

Brown awarded degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic

DAVENPORT, Iowa—Victoria Brown, of Clarksville, graduated with a doctorate of chiropractic degree Feb. 26 from Palmer College of Chiropractic’s main campus in Davenport, Iowa.

Palmer College of Chiropractic, the first and largest college in the chiropractic profession, has campuses in Davenport, Iowa; San Jose, California; and Port Orange, Florida.

Highfill named to Illinois Wesleyan University’s fall dean’s list

BLOOMINGTON, Ill.—Jacob Highfill, of Clarksville, was named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at Illinois Wesleyan University.

Highfill is a junior finance major.

Highfill was among 771 students from 28 states and 15 countries named to the fall dean’s list.

To qualify for the dean’s list, students must earn a grade-point average of 3.50 or higher during the semester, based on 4.0 for straight As.

Founded in 1850, Illinois Wesleyan is a nationally recognized, highly selective liberal arts university. The university is exclusively undergraduate and enrolls about 1,700 students from across the nation and around the globe.

Humphreys inducted into Phi Kappa Phi honor society

BATON ROUGE, La.—Amy Humphreys, of Clarksville, was recently initiated into the Phi Kappa Phi honor society, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society.

Humphreys was initiated at Florida Institute of Technology.

Humphreys is among about 30,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year. Membership is by invitation only and requires nomination and approval by a chapter. Only the top 10% of seniors and 7.5% of juniors are eligible for membership. Graduate students in the top 10% of the number of candidates for graduate degrees may also qualify, as do faculty, professional staff and alumni who have achieved scholarly distinction.

Phi Kappa Phi was founded in 1897 under the leadership of undergraduate student Marcus L. Urann who had a desire to create a different kind of honor society – one that recognized excellence in all academic disciplines. The society currently has chapters on more than 325 campuses in the United States and the Philippines. Its mission is “to recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher education and to engage the community of scholars in service to others.” For more information about Phi Kappa Phi, visit phikappaphi.org.

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