Area students earn MSOE winter honors

 

Twelve area students earned academic honors for the winter quarter at Milwaukee School of Engineering.

Undergraduate students who have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.2 or higher are on the dean’s list while those with a GPA of 3.7 or higher receive high honors.

Undergraduate students on the honors list have a GPA of at least 3.2 for the quarter.

Belgium students Brian Mueller and Helton Vandenbush were named to the dean’s list with high honors. Mueller is working toward a bachelor of science degree in construction management and Vandenbush a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering.

Elizabeth Orwig of Belgium, who is studying for a bachelor of science degree in software engineering, was named to the dean’s list.

Fredonia’s Jesse Gibb, who was named to the dean’s list with high honors, is working toward a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering.

Joshua Vogt of Fredonia, who was also named to the dean’s list with high honors, is studying for bachelor of science degrees in computer engineering and software engineering.

Port Washington students Nicholas Bath and George Evers were named to the dean’s list. Bath is seeking a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering and Evers a bachelor of science degree in architectural engineering.

Lauren Kirsch of Port Washington, who is seeking a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering, was named to the dean’s list.

Jill Vande Boom of Port Washington, who was named to the dean’s list with high honors, is working toward her bachelor of science degrees in architectural engineering and civil engineering and a master of science degree in civil engineering.

Saukville’s Nicholas Dallgas, who is seeking a bachelor of business administration degree, and Kurt Kieselhorst, who’s seeking a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering, were named to the dean’s list.

Preston Smith of Saukville, who was named to the dean’s list with high honors, is studying for a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering.

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