Local West Virginia University students earn honors of President’s List, Dean’s List

June 16, 2022

News Release

MORGANTOWN, WV - Twenty-seven Upshur County residents have been named to the Dean’s List and President’s List at West Virginia University for the spring 2022 semester.


President’s List:

  • Nathaniel Beer of Buckhannon, Communication Studies

  • Autumn Cutright of Crawford, Engineering Track 2

  • Lexie Dalton of Buckhannon, Chinese Studies

  • Audrey Gaudet of Buckhannon, Advertising & Public Relations

  • Sarah Hollen of Buckhannon, Psychology

  • Jessica Lane of Buckhannon, Communication Studies

  • Kennedi Lewellyn of Buckhannon, STEM Pathway

  • Austin Light of Buckhannon, Finance

  • Patrick Nanners of Buckhannon, Marketing

  • Sydney Smith of Buckhannon, Nursing

  • Evan Trent of Buckhannon, Exercise Physiology

  • Ivy Ward of Volga, Agricultural and Extension Education

Dean’s List:

  • Leigh Bennett of Buckhannon, Dental Hygiene

  • Daniel Bryan of Rock Cave, Wildlife and Fisheries Resources

  • Garrett Butler of French Creek, Electrical Engineering

  • Brandon Curry of Buckhannon, Industrial Engineering

  • Aleah Detamore of French Creek, Biochemistry

  • Noam Keith of Buckhannon, Exploratory Pathway

  • John Leigh of Buckhannon, Finance

  • Drake Lemansky of Buckhannon, Management Information Systems

  • Austin Mccartney of French Creek, Energy Land Management

  • Tyler Sikarskie of Ellamore, Organizational Leadership

  • Iris Tenney of Buckhannon, Neuroscience

  • Christopher Tonkin of Buckhannon, Computer Engineering

  • Kayla Wagner of Buckhannon, Biology

  • Tiffany Williams of Buckhannon, Nursing

  • Kristin Young of French Creek, Social Work

Outstanding undergraduate academic achievement is recognized by awarding President’s List and Dean’s List status to students who obtain a 4.0 GPA or 3.5 GPA, respectively in a semester. Only the highest honor is awarded, and it will be noted on the transcript. Students must be enrolled in 12 credit hours or more of graded courses to be eligible for such recognition with no grades of I (incomplete), NR (not reported), or W (withdrawal).


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