MTU announces spring semester dean’s list

HOUGHTON — Michigan Technological University, in Houghton, recently released its dean’s list for the 2018 spring semester. Nearly 1,600 students were named to the dean’s list this spring.

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 2 percent of their college or school. Asterisks (*) indicate those earning straight-A averages of 4.0.

Among the honorees are the following from the local area:

Gwinn

LeAnn Brinker*, Gwinn High School, Civil Engineering

Michael Willig, Gwinn High School, Chemical Engineering

Ishpeming

Thomas Finegan, Ishpeming High School, Electrical Engineering

Erin Heidelberger, Ishpeming High School, Materials Science and Engineering

Daniel Leppanen, Ishpeming High School, Computer Engineering

Mya Maanika, Westwood High School, Chemical Engineering

Michael Ostlund, Westwood High School, Mechanical Engineering

Griffin Pepin, Ishpeming High School, Statistics

Ashok Ravindran, Ishpeming High School, Mathematics

Hunter Roose, Westwood High School, Biological Sciences

Zachary Rosenbaum, Ishpeming High School, Post Degree Studies

Amber Stanaway, Westwood High School, Management Information Systems

Bryce Traver, Westwood High School, Electrical Engineering

Little Lake

Erin Reetz, Gwinn High School, Exercise Science

Marquette

Cecelia Attwell, Marquette Senior High School, Biomedical Engineering

Monica Berggren, Marquette Senior High School, Forestry

Morgan Charbonneau, Marquette Senior High School, Biological Sciences

Anthony Custard, Marquette Senior High School, Finance

Antanas Grazulis, Marquette Senior High School, Chemical Engineering

Elyott Hedmark, Marquette Senior High School, Management Information Systems

Taylor Hedmark#, Marquette Senior High School, Management Information Systems

Isaac Hermann*, Marquette Senior High School, Computer Network & System Administration

Amber Kauppila*, Marquette Senior High School, Environmental Engineering

Katya Klebba, Negaunee High School, Mathematics

Brett Kurzawa*, Marquette Senior High School, Computer Science

Miles Martin, Home School, Mathematics

Michael McGee, Marquette Senior High School, Chemical Engineering

Stephen Mleko, Marquette Senior High School, Mechanical Engineering

Katelynn Palmcook, Marquette Senior High School, Civil Engineering

Michael Ryan, Marquette Senior High School, Social Sciences

Nathan Schlorke, Marquette Senior High School, Electrical Engineering

Katherine Thayer, Parchment High School, Geological Engineering

Bethany Wright, Marquette Senior High School, Chemical Engineering

Matthew Zambon, Marquette Senior High School, Mechanical Engineering

Thomas Ziegler*, Negaunee High School, Electrical Engineering

Negaunee

Adena Anderson, Negaunee High School, Economics

Rosalie Anderson*, Negaunee High School, Sports and Fitness Management

Trent Bell, Negaunee High School, Wildlife Ecology & Management

Taylor DeWitt, Negaunee High School, Chemical Engineering

Liesl Flannery, Negaunee High School, Chemical Engineering

Daren Giuchin, Ishpeming High School, Electrical Eng Tech

Ross Hogan*#, Hibbing High School, Mechanical Engineering

Joseph Uren*, Negaunee High School, Management Information Systems

Ashley Veale, Negaunee High School, Medical Laboratory Science

Skandia

Jacob Flynn, Marquette Senior High School, Exercise Science

Haylee Lakenen, Gwinn High School, Civil Engineering

Nichole Mackey*, Marquette Senior High School, Software 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 overlooks the Keweenaw Waterway and is just a few miles from Lake Superior.