COOKEVILLE – More than 4,120 students have earned top academic performance honors, being named to Tennessee Tech University’s Fall 2018 dean’s list. The dean’s list recognizes academic …
COOKEVILLE – More than 4,120 students have earned top academic performance honors, being named to Tennessee Tech University’s Fall 2018 dean’s list.
The dean’s list recognizes academic performers across the university’s eight academic colleges and schools. To be included on the list, a student must attend the university full time and earn a grade-point average of at least 3.1 on the 4.0 scale.
These students come to Tech from 91 of 95 counties in Tennessee, 27 other states and various countries throughout the world.
Honor students from the Cleveland and Bradley County community include:
Charleston — Hallie Renee Davis and Monroe A. Hardin;
Cleveland — Landon J. Allison, Austin D. Atchley, Joshua Thomas Bean, Lily Marie Bethke, Rebecca Katherine Bianucci, Benjamin C. Clark, Benjamin J. Cooper, Madeline R. Coulthard, Elizabeth R. Davini, Charles Zachary Isaac Davis, Grayson Lane DeLay, Ian M. Dewan, Zachary Phillip Dunsmore, Jordan Ashley Furtney, Trent Evan Gibson, Harrison Reece Hall, Shelby Grace Hazleton, Sarah Jean Hood, Chloe C. Isbill, Ashlynn Brianna Jackson, Zachary John Kellerman, Anna K. Kimball, Tyson Garrett King, James C. McRee, Nathaniel Roy Morgan, Maxwell A. Patterson, Joel Scott Stallings, Thomas Connor Stillwell, Riley Nicole Tarver, Zackary W. Thompson, Andrew Marlatt Towne, Efrain Valencia Alvarez and Zackary C. Wilcox.
For a full list of honored students and graduates, visit https://www.tntech.edu/academics/deans-and-graduates-lists.
Founded in 1915, Tennessee Tech University is about an hour east of Nashville, in Cookeville, and is the state’s only public technological university. Students come from the top ranks of their high school classes, and more than half of them graduate from Tech debt free. Learn more at www.tntech.edu.
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