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Announcing President’s, Dean’s Lists for East Liverpool Campus

East Liverpool Students Named to President’s, Dean’s Lists

Dr. David Dees, interim dean of Kent State University at East Liverpool, announced those students named to the Fall 2016 President’s or Dean’s lists. To qualify for the President’s List, students must have a 4.0 grade point average and must have completed 15 or more credit hours during the semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must earn a 3.40 or greater grade point average and must have completed 12 or more credit hours for the semester, the majority at the East Liverpool Campus.

  

THE STUDENTS AND THEIR HOMETOWNS ARE:

 

PRESIDENT’S LIST

Negley: Noah Roberts

Wellsville: Angelica Scarabino

 

DEAN’S LIST

Atwater: Avery Mcguire

Berholz: Chelsea McCourt

Bridgeport: Nathan Maleski

Canton: Tina Marsh

Columbiana: Matthew Gentry

East Liverpool: Jessica Benedetto, Thomas Burgess, Allysha Campbell, Clara Chamberlain, Hannah Hughes,  Andrew Jackson, Mallory Jackson, Andreea Lang, Pete McKinney, Jonathan Nolan, Jeffrey Pridemore, Brie Richards, Sarah Roberts, Janet Smith, Terri Stuchell, Evan Trew, Kayla Winters

Geneva: Tamara Klep

Hartville: Jeffrey Ingleheart

Heath: Tacie Shannon

Kent: Lucas Williams

Lisbon: Kari House

Macedonia: Kaitlin Yurko

Mayfield Heights: Shannon Rowe

North Canton: Jessica McNinch

Rayland: Kayla Coss

Salem: Kristin Hoyle

Salineville: Victoria Blazer, Hannah Brothers

Sebring: Krista Ensell

Springfield: Benjamin Adducchio

Toronto: Elizabeth Marshall

Wellsville: Maria Abdalla, Kamryn Bailey, Tayla Bott, Samantha Caldwell, Rachel Crawford, Laci Growe, Cyra Hooper, Brandon Pelley, Anastasia Proffit, Michael Reiner, Mitchell Reiner

Youngstown: Alycia Melia

Out-Of-State:

Clinton, Pa.: Patricia Lattanzio-Lamont

Chester, W.Va.: Mackenzie Burchett, Addisen Ginier

Wheeling, W.Va.: Danielle Rehm

POSTED: Tuesday, May 31, 2016 - 11:40am
UPDATED: Wednesday, March 1, 2017 - 3:31pm