TTU announces area honorees

Posted 5/9/18

COOKEVILLE — Displaying the academic talents of the university’s student population, more than 4,000 students have earned a spot on Tennessee Tech University’s fall 2017 dean’s list.The …

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TTU announces area honorees

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COOKEVILLE — Displaying the academic talents of the university’s student population, more than 4,000 students have earned a spot on Tennessee Tech University’s fall 2017 dean’s list.

The dean’s list recognizes top academic performers throughout the university. To be included on the list, a student must attend the university full time and earn a GPA of at least 3.1 on the 4.0 scale.

The students from this year’s dean’s list come from 89 of Tennessee’s 95 counties and 25 other states.

Students from this area include: 

Bradley  (Charleston)

Hallie Renee Davis, Kayla A Sims; 

Bradley  (Cleveland)

Ryan Taylor Adkins, Landon J. Allison, Austin D. Atchley, Lily Marie Bethke, Lauren M. Borst, Meredith A. Borst, Shelby Nycole Brock, Eryn M Clark, Benjamin J. Cooper, Madeline R. Coulthard, Charles Zachary Isaac Davis, Ian M. Dewan, Zachary Phillip Dunsmore, Tara A. Gibson, Melissa A. Goncalves, Tyler James Hall, Shelby Grace Hazleton, Karlie Helsdon, Michael G. Henderson, Chloe C. Isbill, Ashlynn Brianna Jackson, Connor A. Jones, Justin M. Jones, Anna K. Kimball, Tyson Garrett King, James C. McRee, Nathaniel Roy Morgan, Jordan S. Myers, Olivia R. Owenby, Maxwell A. Patterson, Luke E. Shattuck, Thomas Connor Stillwell, Riley Nicole Tarver, Karina Ivelisse Terry, Andrew Marlatt Towne, Joshua C. Tuttle, Zackary C. Wilcox; 

Bradley (Georgetown)

Tyler N Wilson

 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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