Fifty-three Sartell students were recently named to the fall dean’s list at St. Cloud State University.
They and their majors are as follows: Einas Alkhatib, biomedical sciences; Alisha Anderson, psychology; Sarah Anderson, communication sciences and disorders; Chelsey Bethke, psychology; Matthew Bethke, undecided; Courtney Bevans, nursing; Jordyn Brandt, athletic training; Garrett Brennan, computer science; Jill Chaika, nursing; Edward Chappell, history; Benjamin DeMorett, nursing; Kimberly Duong, political science;
Courtney Goulet, biology; David Grow, management; Haley Guetter, psychology; Lynnell Hayenga, liberal arts and sciences; Meredith Herman, community psychology; Andrew Hessler, computer engineering; Nickolas Hoover, management; Timothy Hrubetz, criminal justice studies; Anne Jensen, communication arts and literature; Natalie Job, management; Mallory Johnson, mathematics teaching; Noah Kelm, biomedical sciences; Rachael Knutson, anthropology;
William Kopf, community psychology; Jonathan Lahr, pre-business; Nathan Lahr, community psychology; Victoria Lewis, Spanish; Tomas Lorincz, electrical engineering; Emily McIntire, biomedical sciences; Natalie McIntire, biomedical sciences; Samantha Mills, anthropology; Michelle Moran, biomedical sciences; Ariel Motschke, social work; Lancer Naber, elementary/K-6 education; Wyatt Petersen, pre-medicine; Kaitlin Reichel, undecided;
Alyssa Reinholz, community psychology; Andrew Rickers, pre-business; Jenna Runge, Spanish (teaching); Amanda Schepers, psychology; Ann Stang, music teaching; Cassidy Swanson, English; Sally Traut, elementary education; Brittany Waldvogel, nursing; Daniel Williams, anthropology; Chloe Windahl, management; Olivia Windahl, English; Jaclyn Yasgar, pre-business; Kelsey Yasgar, nursing; Katie Yurczyk, early childhood education; and Krista Zipp, elementary/K-6 education;
To be eligible for the honor, students must have a grade point average of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Benjamin Gorder, Sartell, recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
Four Sartell students recently earned honors during fall semester at Southwest Minnesota State University, Marshall.
They are the following: Michaela Fassler, Callie Frank, Joshua Hughes and Carly Spoden.
Students must earn a 3.5 or better grade-point average to earn this recognition.
Lucas Mensinger of St. Stephen was recently named to the fall dean’s list at South Dakota State University, Brookings. He earned a 3.5 or higher grade-point average to earn this recognition.
Twenty Sartell students were recently named to the fall dean’s list at North Dakota State University, Fargo.
They and their majors are as follows: Drew Anderson, industrial engineering and management; Jordan Clitty, mechanical engineering; Elizabeth Czeck, landscape architecture; Abby Fenlason, dietetics, Alyssa Frank, English education; Joel Garberick, radiologic sciences; Molly Granzow, accounting; Trevor Grindlan, industrial engineering and management; Shawn Heinen, accounting; Darrin Laudenbach, electrical engineering; Justin Lieberg, accounting; Andrew Lindmeier, mechanical engineering; Kirsten Miller, pharmaceutical sciences; Nicholas Miller, public history; Derek Mumm, chemistry; Bernard Omann, construction management; Kayla Sorenson, nursing; Bryan Symanietz, management information systems; Noelle Torrance, zoology; and Anna Wenzel, pharmacy.
Students must attain a 3.5 or higher grade-point average to qualify.
Five Sartell students were recently named to the fall headmaster’s honor roll at St. John’s Preparatory School, Collegeville.
They are the following: Alexander Holt, freshmen, son of Pam Bacon and Glenn Holt; Sydney Lo, sophomore, daughter of Rachel Schuneman and Yang Lo; Gabriel Woodard, eighth grade, son of Zhanna and Brandon Woodard; Lilly Xie, freshmen, daughter of Ying Zhou and Kevin Xie; and Lindsay Zerfas, senior, daughter of Vicki Ray of Sartell and Pat Zerfas of Elk River.
Students must attain a 3.50 or higher grade-point average to earn this recognition.
Two Sartell students were recently named to the fall principal’s honor roll at St. John’s Preparatory School, Collegeville.
They are the following: Kyra Hulsebus, freshman, and Anya Hulsebus, seventh grade, daughters of Wendy and Spencer Hulsebus.
Students must attain a 3.0 or higher grade-point average to earn this recognition.