Students named to ETSU dean’s list
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JOHNSON CITY — East Tennessee State University has announced the names of students who attained a grade point average qualifying them for inclusion in the dean’s list for the Fall 2013 semester.

To receive this honor, students must successfully complete a minimum of 12 hours of undergraduate coursework with a grade point average of at least 3.7 on a 4.0 scale.

Listed below are area students who were named to the dean’s list: 

Athens: Abby M. Bryant;

Calhoun: Nicholas L. Wiltse;

Charleston: Ragan A. Dunn and Briana N. Howell;

Chattanooga: Madison T. Boyd, Jessica M. Brown, Jessica P. Coonley, Kywaun E. Davenport, Terry K. Davis, Shelby P. Gillespie, Courtney S. Hensley, Stephen Jansen, Patrick A. Johnson, Lauren D. Ledbetter, Savannah J. Lewis, Caylee G. McGee, Kayla M. Morgan, Ariel D. Patterson, Bethany Rowell, Nicholas E. Scarborough, Tootie L. Terry and Yuliya Timoshchuk;

Cleveland: William S. Caylor, Emily C. Davis, Matthew R. Drury, Alisha J. Eckelberry, Chelsea L. Gondek, Morgan L. Isom, Michael S. Kanarski, Barry M. Kyle, Joshua C. Lawson, Jasmine S. Martin, Phylicia L. McCastle, Verrill M. Norwood, Casey L. Owenby and Calina M. Scott;

Copperhill: James Westley Harris;

Dayton: Casey A. Kendall and Candace N. Swafford;

Etowah: Peyton M. Averett, Cassie L. Bivens and Blake A. Young;

Georgetown: Danielle B. Suits and Colton M. Ward;

Harrison: Sammie M. Dunlay and Kierstyn M. Carmical;

Hixson: Catherine J. Dearing, Hannah M. Jenkins, Michael C. McCutcheon, Robert G. Reyes, Kyle D. Taber and Emily E. Werner;

McDonald: Chris D. Sewell;

Ooltewah: Jacqueline S. Baird, Chelsea L. Benson, Kelsey E. Chernak, Jonathon R. Kell, Casey R. Kluttz, Brittany P. Munro, Meghan E. Squire, Victoria K. Wells and Candice K. Zollner;

Riceville: Jasmine S. Colbert and Lauren C. Locke;

Sale Creek: Makinzie L. Reavley;

Soddy-Daisy: Matthew R. Hoback and Tanner W. Linz.

Hundreds of students from other cities and states were also named to the dean’s list.