Academics

The University of Wisconsin-Madison has recognized students named to the dean’s list for the spring 2017 semester.

Each university school or college sets its own GPA requirements for students to be eligible to receive the distinction.

Sun Prairie students who were named to the dean’s list include:

  • Shannon Bashor, School of Education
  • Bryce Bousquet, College of Letters and Science
  • Collin Brehmer, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
  • Sarah Budig, School of Human Ecology
  • Eric Caloud, School of Education
  • Abigail Campbell, College of Letters and Science
  • Emily Campbell, School of Education
  • Ryan Cole, College of Engineering
  • Connor Collies, College of Engineering
  • John Curran, College of Letters and Science
  • Melissa Derr, College of Engineering
  • Andrew Fabris, College of Letters and Science
  • Katie Flesch, School of Pharmacy
  • Zoe Flynn, School of Education
  • Timothy Glennon, College of Engineering
  • Noah Guidry, College of Letters and Science
  • Harshitha Gungurthi, College of Letters and Science
  • Claudia Harkins, College of Letters and Science
  • Luke Hartman, College of Letters and Science
  • Codie Heinemann, School of Education
  • Alyssa Henker, School of Education
  • Kaitlynn Hietpas, College of Letters and Science
  • Bailey Huser, College of Letters and Science
  • Brittany Huser, School of Business
  • Erik James, College of Engineering
  • Margaret Johnson, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
  • Alex King, College of Letters and Science
  • Sami Kleiber, School of Education
  • Jacob Knudtson, School of Business
  • Ann Marie Kozol, College of Engineering
  • Amy Krebs, School of Education
  • Justin Laridaen, College of Letters and Science
  • Amy Lor, School of Human Ecology
  • Conner Marshall, School of Education
  • Allison Martin, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
  • Sarah Moniak, School of Education
  • Jessica Muesbeck, School of Education
  • Nicholas Nelson, College of Engineering
  • Weston Ohl, College of Engineering
  • Cindy Perez, School of Education
  • Nicole Perrett, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
  • Joseph Plagge, School of Business
  • Steven Plesh, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
  • Benjamin Reas, College of Letters and Science
  • Pasquale Reda, College of Engineering
  • Mackenzie Rehm, School of Human Ecology
  • Joshua Ritchie, School of Education
  • Sophia Salvatore, College of Letters and Science
  • Shannon Schiereck, College of Letters and Science
  • Abigail Schmidt, College of Engineering
  • Adam Schmidt, College of Engineering
  • Zachary Schmidt, College of Engineering
  • Ciara Schwarz, College of Letters and Science
  • Mikayla Scott, School of Education
  • Nicholas Scott, School of Business
  • Laura Skornia, School of Nursing
  • Judy Smith, School of Nursing
  • Zachariah Stern, School of Human Ecology
  • Sydney Stiener, College of Letters and Science, Honor Roll
  • Desiree Taylor, School of Human Ecology
  • Estrella Tesch, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
  • Jake Thompson, School of Education
  • Jake Thornton, School of Business
  • Jamie Titus, School of Education
  • Lee Troz, School of Business
  • Miriam Valley, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
  • Abigail Voegeli, College of Letters and Science
  • Christine Wacek, School of Pharmacy
  • Christine Weiss, School of Human Ecology
  • Eric Wendt, School of Nursing
  • Elizabeth Williams, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
  • Ryan Wilson, College of Engineering
  • Hannah Yee, School of Education
  • Michael Zimmerman, College of Engineering

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