UT Tyler Announces Spring 2012 Dean’s List
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UT Tyler Announces Spring 2012 Dean’s List

June 7, 2012

 

The University of Texas at Tyler has named 271 students to the Dean’s List for the 2012 spring semester, President Rodney H. Mabry announced.

To be named to the Dean’s List at UT Tyler, a student must have completed at least 12 semester credit hours at the university with a grade point average of 3.75 or above.

Dean’s List students listed by hometown are:

ALLEN – Andrea Webb.

ARLINGTON – Natalie Hellman and Betty Mutai.

ARP – Chris Harman.

ATHENS – Sean Medina, Janis Newman, Charles Rodrigues, Benjamin Smith, Rebecca Laxton and Morgan Ward. 

AUBREY – Dallas Flick.

AUSTIN – Crystal Batlin, Erin Hostetler, Juan Rincon and Anthony Serino.

BEAUMONT – Megan Kelley.

BEDFORD – Travis Crafton.

BEN WHEELER – Aaron Deason, Cody Mewbourn and Steven Spence.

BIG SANDY – Jonathan Bruhn and Randi Kirkpatrick.

BLOSSOM – Juana Zermeno.

BULLARD – Jessie Gore, Meagan Brown, Lauren Grabski, Ashley Phillips, Jeremy Eason and Brittany Wilson.

CANTON – Tiffany Watts and Jared Heddin.

CARTHAGE – Chauncy Williams.

CEDAR PARK – Jason Bennett.

CELINA – Cynthia Cronin.

CHANDLER – Morgan Jones and Chris Mueller.

COLLEGE STATION – Kevin Wright.

COLLEYVILLE – Jessica Bookbinder.

COMMERCE – Alexandria Worley.

CORINTH – Aaron Reagan.

CORSICANA – Rebecca Avitia.

DAINGERFIELD – Michael Talley and Sarah Fowler.

DIANA – Leah Everett.

EL PASO – Antonio Soegaard.

EMORY – Evan Gudger and Kaitlin Kile.

FAIRFIELD – Kaitlyn Palmquist.

FLINT – Lea Rittenhouse, Brittany Franklin, Sarah Rodgers, Collin Hanks and Taylor Tucker.

FORT WORTH – Melanie Freer.

FRANKSTON – Brandon Crawley and Carmen Ryals.

FRISCO – Kelli Wilson.

GILMER – Lisa Jones.

GLADEWATER – Jeremy Goss and Brandon Kegarise.

GRAND PRAIRIE – Christopher Abbott.

GRAND SALINE – Jennifer Maciel.   

GRAPEVINE – Alexandra Siminski.

GREENVILLE – Klinton Kilgore.

GUN BARREL CITY – Tegan Shafer.

HALLSVILLE – Megan Mertz.

HEATH – Ericka Schiwietz and Alycia Barsness.

HENDERSON – Taylor Elder, Dara Gloden and Amber Holt.

HOUSTON – Christopher Powell, Melanie Mueller, Ryan Davis and Monique Singh.

HUGHES SPRINGS – Corey Cates.

HUNTSVILLE – Michael Riley.

IRVING – Charles Wilson.

JACKSONVILLE – James Langdon, Victor Texcucano and Rosalba Tavera.

JEWETT – Randall Wilson.

KAUFMAN – Courtney Collier.

KILGORE – Jessica Tullberg, Alexandra Phillips, Taylor Prock and Daniel Boney.

KINGWOOD – Alec Davidow.

LANCASTER – Tiffany Garrett.

LANEVILLE – Melody Rich and Jesse Garcia.

LARUE – Jason Forester and Mallory Smith.

LEAGUE CITY – Garrett McVay.

LINDALE – Lawanda Millican, Daniel Parker, Amy Skipper, Shawna Mauldin, Teresa Ramirez, Emma Woolverton, Ashton Scott, Jessica Squire, Hayleigh Willmon, Ryan Foster, Kathryn Irwin, Lanetta Johnson, Courtney Moore and Taylor McIntyre.   

LONGVIEW – Cody Abney, Elizabeth Camp, Humza Gadit, Katherine Tadlock, Natalie Williams, Katie Davis, Cortney Lafavor, Ianina Meibri, Cody Patterson, Lara Cribbs, Reilly Pope, Brigette Rodriguez, Hanna Schufeldt, Nicolette Smith, Michael Pilcher, Rajmonda Doko and Carl Kornman. 

LUFKIN – Cason Adams.

MABANK – Kellie Reaves.

MAGNOLIA – Megan Maddux.

MARSHALL – Jodi Woods.

MIDLOTHIAN – Abbie Money.

MOUNT ENTERPRISE – Da’Kotah Black.

NACOGDOCHES – Douglas Vardeman.

NOME – Callie Rice.

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS – Kristen Steele.

ORE CITY – Angela Nelson.

PALESTINE – Jennifer Luce, Jaci Bolton, Sherry Lindsey, Alexander McMillan and John Rainbolt.

PARKER – Christopher Caywood.

PATTONVILLE – Brittany Bolin.

PITTSBURG – Matthew Barrier and Caitlin Hall.

PLANO – Kevin Murray.

PRICE – Ashley Fergerson. 

QUITMAN – Linda Romans, Jennifer Steck and Jana Monk.

RICHARDSON – Stephanie Spencer.

ROWLETT – Kristyn Gallogly and Jamie Hering.

RUSK – Anthony Garner.

SAN ANTONIO – Lauren Robenalt and Baylee Talaska. 

SHELBYVILLE – Heather Swearengen and Elaina Welch.

SOUTHLAKE – Andrew Reznik.

SPRING – Katelyn Thomason and Shelby McDonough.

SUGAR LAND – Kelsey Mulcahey and Monica Quesada.

SULPHUR SPRINGS – Daci West.

TERRELL – Jacob Oliver, Evon LaDay and Joshua Oliver.

THE HILLS – Adam Chirhart.

THE WOODLANDS – Travis Parkening.

TOMBALL – Jessica Evey.

TOOL – Joshua Mesa.

TROUP – Gabriel Correa.

TYLER – Greg Moiseve, Marlena Barber, Danielle Benton, Alma Bluesummers, Natzelli Borja, Hayley Brookshire, Rema Burghul, Andrea Carter, John Clark, Candice Dugat, Timothy Fauss, Samuel Flanders, Molly Gray, Christina Halleck, Lauren Hancock, Marla Hegman, Hannah Hervieux, John Hyde, Christopher Kolbo, Leesa Lewis, Courtney Lux, Irving Marmolejo, Lory Marshall, Chantel Martin, Sandra Medina, Kirstin Oller, Patricia Peralta, Michelle Rogers, Alexandria Smith, Joshua Smith, Sydney Steen, Keith Temporal, Kristy Walton, Ryann Warner, Beth Womack, Aaron Yeager, Victor Almendariz, Filip Andonovski, Traci Collins, Vincy Huixia Coonrod, Jason Elliston, Linnie Emmons, Jay Fu, Joshua Groom, Lisa Hanssen, Rubicely Hurtado, Na’Keisha Jones, Victoria Joyner, Lauren Lakata, Kristi Lea, Robert McCorkle, Amanda Perry, Melissa Poire, Martin Sloane, Wesley Stowe, Trever Szymanski, Erica Eden, Kayla Farris, Rachel Howerton, Jennifer Jacobo, Audrey Margrave, Ashlee McClung, Kelley Patterson, Ashley Propes, Lindsey Ruiz, Lisette Valle, Cevin Ellis, Gabrielle Giancatarino, Vernon Gilbert, Yessika Guerra Perez, Matthew Jolley, Lynn Jones, Carlos Reyes, Steven Weaver, Jacob Yanker, Bridgette Johnson, Kyle Lacy, Sandra Loftis, Bretney Massenburge and Dialezmy Ochoa.                

VIDOR – Erika Hannah.

WAXAHACHIE – Everett Osborn and Lindsay Prasifka.

WHITEHOUSE – Gwyne Dunlap, Augustus Wetzel, Bryan Ganske, Kinsley Robinson, Bryce Walker, Myranda Butler, Shelby Mangum, Sara McCullough, Cindy Espinoza and Kevin Robertson.

WILLS POINT – Jeffery Caldwell and Stefanie Self.

WIMBERLEY – Morgan Wilkins.

WINNSBORO – Michele Folmar.

WYLIE – Justin Nesmith. 

IOWA – Ronald Findley.

LOUISIANA – Rachel Howell.



One of the 15 campuses of the UT System, UT Tyler offers excellence in teaching, research, artistic performance and community service. More than 80 undergraduate and graduate degree programs are available at UT Tyler, which has an enrollment of almost 7,000 high-ability students at its campuses in Tyler, Longview and Palestine.
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