Published on Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00
SCSU dean's list
St. Cloud State University has announced the names of 1,488 students whose academic achievement placed them on the fall semester dean's list. To be eligible for the honor, students must have a grade point average of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Among them are:
* From Kimball: Harrison Dean Hancock, College of Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering; Lisa Marie Hennen, College of Education, Early Childhood Education; Mindy Leigh Hurrle, College of Social Sciences, Psychology; Carol Elizabeth Kuhn, College of Fine Arts and Humanities, English.
* From South Haven: Ellen Kathryn Engebretson, College of Science and Engineering, Biology; Danielle Marie Latour, College of Fine Arts and Humanities, Mass Communications; Rachel Dawn Stein, College of Fine Arts and Humanities, English;
* From Watkins: Nathan Lawrence Geislinger, College of Science and Engineering, Aviation; Cheyenne Nicole Marklowitz, College of Education, Community Psychology;
St. Cloud State University is Minnesota's second-largest university, with more than 18,000 students from 80 different nations. St. Cloud State's undergraduate and graduate studies offer more than 60 programs, including an Ed.D. in Higher Education Administration. Students choose from nearly 200 majors, minors and pre-professional programs that hold nearly every available national accreditation. The 100-acre campus is located about an hour northwest of Minneapolis along the banks of the Mississippi River.
Gustavus Adolphus College Fall dean's list
The Fall Semester dean's list at Gustavus Adolphus College has been released. The list comprises students who have earned a 3.7 grade-point average (based on a scale in which 4.0 = A) or higher for the semester ending in December 2010.
The following local students were named to the Dean's List at Gustavus Adolphus College:
* From Kimball: Kendra Braegelmann; and Elise Frischmann.
Gustavus Adolphus College is a private liberal arts college in
St. Peter, Minn., that prepares 2,500 undergraduates for lives of leadership, service, and lifelong learning. The oldest Lutheran college in Minnesota, Gustavus was founded in 1862 by Swedish immigrants and named for Swedish King Gustav II Adolf. At Gustavus, students receive personal attention in small-sized classes and engage in collaborative research with their professors. Fully accredited and known for its strong science, writing, music, athletics, study-abroad, and service-learning programs, Gustavus hosts a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa and is internationally recognized for its annual Nobel Conference.