University of Idaho spring 2013 dean’s list

The University of Idaho announces the 2,062 students that made the dean's list for spring semester 2013. To achieve this honor, undergraduate students achieved a grade point average of 3.5 GPA on a minimum of 10 graded credits.

Local honorees are as follows:

Cottonwood -- College of Agricultural & Life Sciences: Shelbie Lincoln, Tara Leigh Stubbers; College of Business & Economics: Savanah Joy Prigge; College of Science: Silas Zephaniah Whitley;

Craigmont -- College of Agricultural & Life Sciences: Cory Joseph Zenner; Katelyn Carolyn Mosman; Raymond Robert Mosman;

Ferdinand -- College of Education: Makayla Rae Schaeffer; NaTosha L. Schaeffer;

Grangeville -- College of Agricultural & Life Sciences: Pamela Marie Holman; College of Art & Architecture: Amelia Marie Marek; College of Education: Cassandra Michelle Green; Gregory Holcomb; College of Engineering: Alex James Ackerman; Brenden Francis Kaschmitter; Eric Tod Johnston; College of Letters Arts & Social Sciences: Justin David Ackerman; College of Natural Resources: Julia Michelle Workman; College of Science: Elizabeth Ann Musser;

Greencreek -- College of Law: Randi LeAnn Schumacher; Harpster -- College of Letters Arts & Social Sciences: Ada Katherine Fryer;

Kamiah --College of Business & Economics: Austin L. Wilcox; College of Engineering: Connor Dale Trulock; Taylor Anne Lecates; College of Letters Arts & Social Sciences: Darci Lynn Dobson; College of Science: Amanda Lynn Turner;

Kooskia -- College of Engineering:Shawn Michael Murphy; College of Letters Arts & Social Sciences: Kara Marie Teats; College of Science: Clayton Timothy Gianopulos; Nezperce -- College of Agricultural & Life Sciences: Jerrica A. Leitch; College of Engineering: Ethan Gabriel Scott;

Riggins -- College of Education: Eric James Klobetanz; College of Engineering: Jordan Lee Simonson; Stites -- College of Art & Architecture: Jennifer Ray Bentley; White Bird -- College of Letters Arts & Social Sciences: Richard Jordan Lee Damron.

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