Local named to deans list at DePaul University
DePaul University in Chicago announces that Kyla Saah of Durango has been named to the deans list for the 2010 spring quarter.
To receive deans list commendation, full-time students must earn a cumulative grade-point average of 3.50 or higher on a four-point scale.
Fort Lewis College announces local graduates
Fort Lewis College announces the local students who graduated at its spring commencement:
b Ignacio: Brandi Naranjo-Raines, early childhood education; Samantha Pinnecoose, psychology and Native American and indigenous studies; Duane Richards, business administration management; and Tiffany Thatcher, marketing.
b Hesperus: Virginia Collins, psychology; Peter Eilbes, business administration management; Melissa Mahan, Spanish; and Justen Riegel, cellular and molecular biology.
b Durango: Colton Schranck, business administration; Kellen Seitz, exercise science sport administration option; Amanda Sellers, sociology and human services; Griffin Shaughnessy, environmental biology; Elizabeth Sherman, sociology and human services; Joseph Shields, business economics; Carrie Short, CSIS information systems option; Esme Sienicki, environmental biology; Erika Simpson, anthropology; Brian Skyles, general biology; Allison Smith, adventure education; Keegan Smith, English writing option; Jacob Spangler, psychology; Andrea Stachowski, sociology criminology option; Teal Stetson-Lee, gender and womens studies and Spanish; Ian Stewart, business administration; Elizabeth Stone, business administration international business; Robert Street, physics engineering physics option; Matthew Stull, business administration marketing; Cyle Talley, English writing option; Marcus Thackston, business administration tourism and hospitality management; William Thompson, adventure education; Michael Tom, American Indian studies; Amber Tracy, anthropology; Alejandro Troncoso, anthropology; Jordan Van Sickle, geology environmental geology option; Kent Van Zant, political science; Greg Vogt, business administration tour and resort management; Paul Vorce, chemistry; Nolan Waggoner, chemistry; Asa Washines, political science and American Indian studies; Ashley Wenzinger, humanities; Marisa Williams, sociology and human services; Merritt Winkler, English; Ronald Yaklich, political science; and Kelly Zick, general music studies.
b Bayfield: Kathryn Blehm, humanities sociology; Aubry Bryson, accounting; Shannon Cummins, accounting; Michael Eckstein, English communication; Caleb Ellis, psychology; Jamie Heirtzler, exercise science sport administration option; Mohriah James, theatre generalist option; Alicia Lohse, business administration; Breanne Meyers, psychology; Benjamin Naiman, art; and Lisa Reimers, art.
b Arboles: Heather Velasquez, U.S. history.
For more information, visit www.fortlewis.edu.