Ivy Tech Community College Wabash Valley
Terre Haute, Ind. -- Eighty-three Clay County residents were named to the Dean's List for this past fall semester at Ivy Tech Community College Wabash Valley. The College names to the Dean's List any degree-seeking student who has accumulated 12 or more earned credit hours, and who, in the term involved, is enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours and earns a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
Clay County residents named to the fall 2008 Dean's List are as follows:
Brazil: Robert Adams, Patrisha Alexander, Jennifer Alsip, Lori Bear, Aaron Bell, Deanna Blann, Michelle Bowman, Cheyenne Brannon, Mandy Carter, William CashCynthia Cayton, Tracy Childress, Carla Cleghorn, Christina Clymer, Amelia Coffey, Dennis Cornwell, Jessica Deal, Cynthia Elliott, Kathleen Ellsworth, Scott Evans, Sherry Fox, Andrea Gearld, Jade Girton, Lorinda Goodman, Whitney Griswold, Misty Hassler, Kristen Hauser, Angela Hedges, Caitlyn Helton, Guadalupe Hernandez, Teresa Hines, Karen Horvath, Amy Jensen, Danielle Johanningsmeier, Charles Jones, Eric Jones, Penny Karn, Kayla Lawson, Karrie Layne, Joshua Longo, Julianna Mathis, Lauren McVeigh, Polly McVey, Brittaney Moody, Breanna Moore, Sara Munoz, Kyle Rhynd, Kari Rose, Kayleen Row, Brett Siples, Kelsey Smith, Tracy Snow, Melinda Sparks, Jordan Swaner, Jacob Tetidrick, Amber Trusler, Christine Turner, Heather Wallen, Charles Wence, Alex Wetnight
Bowling Green: Sherri Hay
Carbon: Jenny Handlin, Kelli Lawson, Matthew York
Center Point: Joseph Durga, Cynthia Gray, Debra Hayes, Kathie Skaggs, Monagale Slavens
Clay City: Autumn Dayhoff, Kayla Edwards, Linda Fowler, Tracey Grassick, Justin Lewicki, Robin Petrowski, Samantha Ream, Michelle Shaw, Randalee Staley, Brian Vandenburgh
Cory: Jacqueline Barnhart, Shondra Barrett, David Logsdon
Knightsville: Maryann Gillie
Ivy Tech Community College is the State's largest public post-secondary institution and the nation's largest single-accredited statewide community college system, and has campuses across Indiana. It serves as the State's engine of workforce development, offering affordable degree programs and training that are aligned with the needs of its community. It also offers courses and programs that transfer to other colleges and universities in Indiana. It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association.
Brittany Sue Mc Cullar of 18 E. Church St., Brazil, is among 700 DePauw University students who have been recognized for outstanding academic performance and named to the Dean's List for the 2008 fall semester. McCullar is a senior at DePauw University.
Founded in 1837, DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind., is a selective, coeducational, residential, liberal arts university with nationally recognized programs and faculty members in its College of Liberal Arts and School of Music. As a leading national liberal arts university, DePauw is particularly noted for the number of students who study abroad and for the innovative use of technology in teaching and learning. Eighty percent of DePauw students receive academic credit for study off-campus in the U.S. and abroad, including internships, study projects and service projects.
Purdue University awarded 2,749 degrees to students during commencement ceremonies in December.
Of the degrees presented, 1,919 were undergraduate degrees, 823 were master's degrees and seven were professional candidates. The commencement ceremonies were conducted in Elliott Hall of Music on the West Lafayette campus.
Elizabeth Teriet Null, Brazil, Bachelor of Arts from the College of Liberal Arts