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Douglas County student news for Jan. 17, 2023

Academic honors

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Academic honors

  • Blaine Muchow of Alexandria was named to the President's list at Lake Area Technical College in Watertown, South Dakota, for achieving a GPA of 4.0.
  • Keely Christenson of Alexandria, a nursing major, was named to the fall Dean's list at The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth for earning a GPA of at least 3.75.
  • The following students were named to the Minnesota State University Moorhead Dean’s list for achieving a GPA of 3.25 or higher. Alexandria: Ashley Aanerud, business administration; Page Bischoff, elementary inclusive education; Eleanor Bogart, elementary inclusive education; Ben Bomstad, operations management; Parker Bomstad, operations management; Cody Branson, finance; Joel Brault, criminal justice; Lucas Brito, social studies; Kelsey Fletcher, elementary inclusive education; Kathryn Freese, art; Hadlee Hansen, speech/language/hearing science; Jaida Hess, psychology; Hailey Hoffman, psychology, criminal justice, sociology; McKenna Horan, exercise science; Makenzie Jacobs, psychology, criminal justice; Isabelle Johnson, exercise science, pre-physical therapy; Abigail Klitzke, speech/language/hearing science; Brittany Lanus, music education; Emmett Marti, communication studies; Anna Melby, speech/language/hearing science; Madison Miller, elementary inclusive education; Ali Pexsa, psychology; Taylor Sayre, communication arts and literature education; Allison Schmidt, elementary inclusive education; Shawn Schneiderhan, business administration; Ethan Schroeder, finance; Andrew Sparr, life science education; Boris Tantay, film production; Brooklyn VonBank, elementary inclusive education; Julia Wilmesmeier, speech/language/hearing science; Matie Wirtjes, business administration; Elizabeth Workman, elementary inclusive education. Evansville: Crystal Rhoden, health services administration; Kenneth Shores, construction management; Brianna Storey, psychology. Carlos: Trista Kees, construction management; Francesca Palmer, business administration. Kensington: Jacob Bright Speech/Language/Hearing Science West Central Area Secondary. Miltona: Cole Steele Accounting, finance, certificate in lean - quality management. Nelson: Alexis Klimek, finance. Osakis: Carson Bergquist, finance; Tia Dykema, nursing; Kayla Ferguson, speech/language/hearing science, Cassandra Halbur, sociology, women's and gender studies; Luke Imdieke, exercise science; Alexis Johanson, business administration; Emily Kallstrom, social studies; Jacey Larson, elementary inclusive education; Alexa Lien, mathematics education; Jessica Wolbeck, early childhood education. Parkers Prairie: William Harrington, psychology, criminal justice; Jason Koehn, mathematics education; Rosalee Moske, finance; Brooklyn Rokes, biology. Villard: Grace Oeltjen, physical education; Greta Reichmann, speech/language/hearing science; Austin Zarbok, nursing.
  • South Dakota State in Brookings, South Dakota, named the following students to its fall 2022 Dean's list for earning a minimum GPA of 3.5. Students with a 4.0 are indicated with an asterisk. Alexandria: Caitlin Bright*, College of Natural Sciences; Joria Downing* , College of Nursing; Hailey Eggebraaten*, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Brianna Melton*, College of Nursing; Whitly Netland*, College of Natural Sciences; Drew Olson, College of Natural Sciences; Kallista Roers, College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences; Lydia Waage, College of Nursing; Matthew Wieberdink*, College of Natural Sciences. Carlos: Tyler Burgess, College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences. Farwell: Nathan Halstead, Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering. Kensington: Brayden Buss, Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering. Miltona: Ryan Borris, Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering. Villard: Laureen Walter*, in College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences.
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