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Education: ASU dean's and chanchellor's list and graduates

ASU Dean’s list
Applachian State University has announced the dean’s list for the spring 2009 semester. Students who achieved a minimum 3.45 grade point average with 12 to 14 hours, or students who achieved a minimum 3.25 grade point average are included:
Salisbury: Thomas Drew Basinger, Jenna C. Cranford, Thomas Frederick Ervin, Kia Elise Foster, Cameron Brady Frick, Amy Lea Hipp, Randolph Ward Linhart III, Haley Ann Lipe, Emily Blythe Mancil, Jordan Howard Gardner Miller, Andrew Scott Moffit, Joshua Randall Polk, Amber Faith Racey, Christopher Kyle Ridenhour, Joseph Andrew Robinson, Jonathan Bryce Russell, Seth Alexander Schnuit, Andrew Kyle Whisenant, Steven Adrain Yost.
China Grove: Erin Elizabeth Hampton, Brittany Kendall Iddings, Amy Marie Sechle, Brent Daniel Yost.
Linwood: Lauren Anne Anderson, Allison G. Dorsett, Katie Madison Shoaf, Tyler Radford Thomas.
Kannapolis: Melissa Diane Auten, Lauren Nicole Goodwin, Elizabeth Luann Kirk, Justin Harrison Kirtz, Alexander L. Newman, Sarah Elizabeth Rodgers.
Mocksville: Jason Edward Bowles, Meridith Grace Cheek, Robert Todd Franklin, Matthew Donald Markland, Bailey Elizabeth Marrs, Lauren Kristin Parker, Elizabeth Danielle Peeler, Jared Wayne Shrewsbury, Rachel Marie Simpson, Hannah Marie Speight, Brittani Elaine Tester, Allison Courtney Waypa, Zachary William Yokley.
Mooresville: Nicholas Charles Andersen, Christopher Todd Anderson, Sara Anne Babcock, Rachel M. Ballard, Bailey Elizabeth Belcher, Jordan Elizabeth Bentz, Taylor Berryhill, Ashton Rose Bishop, Lauren Patricia Brafford, Victoria Elizabeth Breda, Douglas Patrick Brodigan, Kyle Robert Bryan, Monique Rose Conway, Tyler Wade Crane, Hannah Elizabeth Crawford, Adam Toliver Davis, Colin Voils Davis III, Jacob Thomas Finkbiner, Rachael Marie Finley, Katie Lynne French, Aaron Mikol Greene, Kathryn Sarah Hannigan, Eric Joseph Holm, Tarayan Alise Houston, Erin Elizabeth Hughes, Kaitlyn Erin Hutchinson, Stephanie Ianchici, John-Patrick Justice, Jon Wesley Kaigler, Anna Marie Klarner, Allison Michele Leazer, James Leslie Louden III, Allison Vae Lyon, Downing C. McDade, Molly Anne McRorie, Andrew Michael O’Keefe, Jessica Winfield O’Keefe, Jon Alexander Parker, Jolene Amanda Rollyson, Elizabeth Grace Schroeder, Rachel Claire Thompson, Darryl Lynn Todd, Jessica Ann Vogel, Sarah A. Weir, Logan Wren Westmoreland, Kelly Ann White, Jessica Lynn Yannucci.
Rockwell: Justin Stewart Bell, Ashley Olivia Decelle, Charles Allen Draper, Alexandria C. Earnhardt, Amber Katherine McKenzie, Madison Rae Shinn, Betsy Elaine Sigmon.
Woodleaf: Brooke Allison Taylor.
Chancellor’s list
Applachian State University has announced the chancellor’s list for the spring 2009 semester. Full-time students who achieved a GPA of 3.85 or higher are included:
Salisbury: Warren B. Blythe, Sarah Rita Bolick, Morgan Wrenn Griggs, William Owen Hurst, Brittany Marie Miller.
China Grove: Alisha Michelle Bost.
Kannapolis: Lauren Rachel Patchett, Travis Brandon Rodgers, Michael Joseph Simmons.
Mocksville: Meghan Lindsay Appelt, Nathan Lee Barnes, Sarah Leann Daywalt, Clayton Palmer Edwards, Holly Elisa Harris, Ryan Reid Michael.
Mooresville: Jennifer Marie Ballard, Angela Rose Buraglio, Donna Tolley Corriher, Matthew John Davis, Matheson Marie Edwards, Jennifer Lynn Finan, Cassie Aleece Gryder, Anna C. Leonard, Olivia Park, Allison Jean Schroeder, Amy Nicole Weber.
Rockwell: Daniel Jonathan Davis, Maranda Leigh Shinn.
Spencer: Nicholas Christian Lentz.
Woodleaf: Caleb Heath Brown.
Graduates
The following students recently graduated from Appalachian State University:
Salisbury: Meagan Kathleen Drake, bachelor of science, sociology; Karla Cheri Foster, bachelor of science, criminal justice; Mary Christie Himes, master of arts, educational media; Evan Williams Kolkebeck, bachelor of arts, sociology, magna cum laude; Andrew James Misenheimer, bachelor of science, mathematics, secondary education; Joseph Andrew Robinson, bachelor of science, business administration management.
China Grove: Alisha Michelle Bost, bachelor of science, sociology, summa cum laude.
Kannapolis: Brittany Lea Absher, bachelor of science, Spanish, education, summa cum laude; Brett Alan Stirewalt, bachelor of science, mathematics, secondary education; Zia Yang, bachelor of science, elementary education, magna cum laude.
Linwood: Heather Ann Snider, bachelor of dcience, vommunication disorders, summa cum laude.
Mocksville: Cynthia Sanford Boger, bachelor of dcience, rlementary rducation, dumma vum laude; Andrea Michele Elmore, bachelor of dcience, rlementary rducation, dumma cum laude; Abby Carol Hartman, bachelor of science, elementary education, cum laude; Kendra Malia Johnson, bachelor of social work; Kristin Nicole Pitts, bachelor of science, elementary education, cum laude; Alyssa Rachel Smith, bachelor of science, interior design.
Mooresville: Whitney Elizabeth Allen, master of arts, communication disorders; Lianne Marie Batty, bachelor of science, business administration, finance and banking; Tamara Garcia Boozell, bachelor of science, political science; James William Brooks, bachelor of science, physics, secondary education; Caley D. Chase, bachelor of science, elementary education; Donna Tolley Corriher, bachelor of arts, English; James Leslie Louden III, bachelor of science, chemistry, cum laude; Brian Ward Manuel, bachelor of science business administration, accounting; Downing C. McDade, bachelor of arts, English; Jessica Marie Sanford, bachelor of science, business administration, accounting, university and college honors, cum laude; Ashley Elizabeth Smith, bachelor of science, middle grades education, cum laude.
Rockwell: Jessica Hiedie Draper, bachelor of science, elementary education; Andrew Godwin Parrott, bachelor of science, building sciences.

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