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Fall dean’s list out from Michigan Tech in Houghton

HOUGHTON — (February 6, 2020) – Michigan Technological University, in Houghton, Michigan, 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 2 percent of their College. Asterisks indicate those earning straight-A averages of 4.0.

Among the honorees are the following from the local area:

Gwinn

LeAnn N. Brinker, Gwinn High School, Civil Engineering

Megan A. Brinker, Gwinn High School, Civil Engineering

Jacob R. Ehle, Marquette Senior High School, Mechanical Engineering

Ishpeming

Nathan D. Beckman*, Westwood High School, General Engineering

Erin N. Casey, Ishpeming High School, Psychology

Thomas D. Finegan, Ishpeming High School, Electrical Engineering

Kyle J. Hooper, Ishpeming High School, Chemical Engineering

Amanda R. Matznick*, Westwood High School, Chemical Engineering

Nathan R. Ostlund*, Westwood High School, Biological Sciences

Josh A. Penrose, Ishpeming High School, Mechanical Engineering

Hunter C. Roose*, Westwood High School, Biological Sciences

Bryce H. Traver, Westwood High School, Electrical Engineering

Marquette

Peter E. Amundsen, Marquette Senior High School, Computer Engineering

Grady J. Boyle, Blacksburg High School, Forestry

Mitchell L. Connon, Marquette Senior High School, Biomedical Engineering

Anthony G. Custard*, Marquette Senior High School, Finance

Kayley C. Elmblad, Marquette Senior High School, Biomedical Engineering

Mason F. Garceau, Marquette Senior High School, Mathematics

Reid L. Goble*, Petoskey High School, Biological Sciences

Sarah Goble, Petoskey High School, Economics

Mac Y. Halley-Gluesing, Marquette Senior High School, Mechanical Engineering

Bethany C. Hellman, Marquette Senior High School, Physics

Daniel W. Jeffries*, Marquette Senior High School, Accounting

Sydney R. Kivi, Marquette Senior High School, Civil Engineering

Sam H. Lakenen, Marquette Senior High School, Mechanical Engineering

Dawson H. McKenzie, Marquette Senior High School, Computer Science

Sidney M. Mechling, Marquette Senior High School, Sustainability Sci and Society

Emma S. Melchiori*, Marquette Senior High School, Accounting

Ally G. O’Neill, Marquette Senior High School, App Ecol & Environ Sci

Kira L. Olson, Marquette Senior High School, Construction Management

Katie C. Palmcook, Marquette Senior High School, Civil Engineering

Dana A. Paquet, Marquette Senior High School, Economics

Macy C. Pawielski, Marquette Senior High School, Management Information Systems

Erik C. Puskala, Marquette Senior High School, Civil Engineering

Graham A. Spaulding*, Traverse City West Senior Hs, Electrical Engineering

Emma E. Stahl*, Marquette Senior High School, Mechanical Engineering

Ry R. Swaty, Roycemore School, Mechanical Engineering

Nic C. Tuma, Marquette Senior High School, Mechanical Engineering

Richard D. Weycker, Marquette Senior High School, Software Engineering

Thomas D. Ziegler*, Negaunee High School, Electrical Engineering

Negaunee

Adena M. Anderson, Negaunee High School, Economics

Jason E. Bell*, Negaunee High School, Mechanical Engineering

Jacob S. Ferguson*, Negaunee High School, Computer Engineering

Delilah S. Hauswirth*, Negaunee High School, Medical Laboratory Science

Clara P. Johnson, Negaunee High School, Exercise Science

Bryce Leaf, Negaunee High School, Mechanical Engineering

Jordon T. Mason, Negaunee High School, General Engineering

Grace Ulvila, Negaunee High School, English

Ethan S. Wright, Negaunee High School, Computer Science

Palmer

Adam J. Tharp, Westwood High School, Biomedical Engineering

Skandia

Jacob M. Flynn, Marquette Senior High School, Exercise Science

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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