ISU names area students to dean's list

2013-02-04T15:15:00Z ISU names area students to dean's listFor The Times nwitimes.com
February 04, 2013 3:15 pm  • 

Indiana State University announces dean’s list

TERRE HAUTE | Indiana State University has announced its dean’s list for the fall 2012 semester.

Area students recognized for academic achievement include: Kelsey Elder, Courtney Kramer, Jordan Kramer, and Amanda Walker, all of Cedar Lake; Nicholas Bruno, Laura Dexter, LeVisa Evans, Amber Heintz, Crystal Komacsar, Rhonda MacFarlane, Collin Majszak, Eric Manley, Courtney Myers, Jacob Negele, Neil Schlesinger, and Tori Welker, all of Crown Point; Stephen Borkowski, of Dyer; Marrisa Mitchell, of East Chicago; Adam Brodie, James Conners, Eduardo Garcia, Erick Hester, Jaylon Hines, Dominique Jackson, Destynee MaGee, Brittney McCarter, Jacoby Sherrell, Starr Stone, Claudia Strong, and Lakeisha Williams, all of Gary; Nelisa Caraballo, Jillian Dixon, John Evanich, and Shelby Higgins, all of Griffith; Bridgette Adams, Terence Jarrett, Victor Jenkins, and Candace Kendall, all of Hammond; Shannon Hamilton, Katlyn Kissee, and Kaitlin Vianello, all of Highland; Joshua Ayala, Gary Cauley, Edward Hoy, Jacob Somers, Kelsey Sopko, Beverly Williams, and Julian Winborn, all of Hobart; Jeremy Crocker, Danielle Daugherty, Alyssa Kersey, Ashley Kronsell, Ashley Kueck, Lauren Pressley, and Jacob Rowe, all of Lowell; Rukiya Brooks, Thomas Levenda, Camisha Mitchell, Jasmine Smith, Simon Vega, and Brianna Walker, all of Merrillville; Sean Carey, Sarah Mihich, Ashley Pickett, Jonathan Wachala, and Sarah Wachala, all of Munster; Kirsten Gross, of Schereville; and Johnathan Miley, Joseph Milkowski, and Caleb Strabavy, all of Whiting.

To be eligible for the dean’s list at Indiana State, students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

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