Sixty-six students earn honors at UW

Sixty-six area students have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Belgium students earning the honor are  Emilie Beaudry and Marissa Prahl, who are enrolled in the College of Letters and Science, and Caden Erickson and Marley Mendez, who are  in the School of Education.

The Fredonia students are Ryan Liermann and Gabrielle Watry, both in the College of Letters and Science, Hannah Nordby, who’s enrolled in the College of Agricultural and Life Science, and Amy TenHaken, School of Human Ecology.

Grafton students enrolled in the School of Education are Lily Bauer, Caleb Buback, Zoe Dolberg, Nicole Golownia, John Kluck,  Katie Knott and  Jacquelyn Miller.

Students from Grafton enrolled in the College of Letters and Science are Lucas Bork,  Alec Davis, Jordan Gardipee,  Jack Grosskreuz, Amanda Jessup, Claire Kosidowski,  Sarah McLeod,  Ella Nguyen,  Lydia Olson, Daniel Prohuska, Gregory Sorrell, Zoe Uihlein, Evan Wagner and Ryan Zwief.

Grafton students in the School of Business are Ian Bould, Hana Hansen, Claire Liu and Noah Scott.

Enrolled in the School of Pharmacy are Grafton students Lauren Glaza, high honor roll; and Julia Kluck and Benjamin Lorge, honor roll.

Grafton students enrolled in the College of Engineering are Callan Hanley, Dylan Knott, Joel Pan and Adam Schnell.

Students from Grafton enrolled in the School of Nursing are Morgan Ruona and Emily Schulte, while those in the College of Agriculture and Life Science are Grace Roloff, Laura Stockhausen and Joseph Willman.

Jacob Roden of Grafton is enrolled in the Division of Continuing Studies.    

  Port Washington students enrolled in the College of Letters and Science are JoJo Czarnecki, Lauren Krist, Aly Orvis, Chloe Stevens and Daniel Sumida.

Jacob Deheck of Port was named to the honor roll in the School of Pharmacy,  while Kelley Large and Chase Orvis are enrolled in the College of Engineering.

Tess Schueller of Port Washington is enrolled in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.

  Saukville student Maci Camara is enrolled in the College of Agricultural and Life Science while Nicholas Christensen, Erin Grisar, Shane McConahy and Krystal McIlree attend the School of Education.

Students from Saukville attending the College of Letters and Science are Claire Holtebeck and  Felicity Rondeau, while  Elizabeth Klop attends the School of Nursing and Will Stopczynski is in the College of Engineering.

Waubeka students include Amy Wolff, School of Pharmacy, high honor roll, and Carla Wolff, College of Letters and Science.

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