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UNCW academic lists
Area students who received chancellor’s achievement awards for the spring semester at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington for maintaining an A-minus or better average on 15 semester hours:Salisbury: Steven Bevels and Kelly Mastro.
China Grove: Kristopher Caudle.
Mooresville: Brittany Barr, Brandilynn Bilohlavek, Caroline Darling, Kristin Lyons, Laura Olsen, Jessica Osborne and Jennifer Wickersham.
Lexington: Andrea Clodfelter, Catherine Gilleland and Keeli Proctor.
Richfield: Erin Rogers.
The following area students were named to the spring semester dean’s list for maintaining a grade-point average of 3.5 on 12-15 semester hours or 3.2 on 15 or more semester hours:
Kannapolis: Alisha Payne.
Salisbury: Joel Agner, Anna Antosek, Emily Bartsch, Leah Cox, Lindsey Dillon, Jeffrey Dockins, Christina Dunkin, Zachary Dye, Alexander Mowery, Ashley Myers and Jamie Sifford.
Mount Ulla: Katherine Brawley and Angela Cruz.
Rockwell: Kelly Ridenhour.
Woodleaf: Levi Webb.
Faith: Audrey Wilhelm.
Albemarle: Staci Comer, Daniel Harkey, Kevin Kluttz, Jordan Morgan, Kellyn Phillps and Sarah Schooley.
New London: Michael Pandich.
Richfield: Emily Ross.
Lexington: Shaun Brinkle, June Bunce, Robert Holton, Kelly McKenzie, Kacie Nifong, William Rives and Brandi Tinsbloom.
Mocksville: Lucas Boger, Andrew Darcy and Evan Hall.
Mooresville: Alyssa Abbott, Heather Bickett, Jessica Buchanan, Casey Bumgarner, Kristin Butler, Yee Chang, Ashley Enroth, Jacklyn Lyons, Alexandra Manno, Ashlyn Morris, Robin Rhyne, Janet Skillman, Megan West and Brian Wize.
Pfeiffer dean’s list
Full-time area students named to the spring semester dean’s list at Pfeiffer University for maintaining a 3.5 grade point average:
Albemarle: Kaytee Burleson, Kristy Burnette, Justine Carpenter, Zeb Christy, Lora Coble, Tasha Curlee, Elisabeth Dennis, Tyler Efird, Renee Gilbert, Emily Harrison, Brian Hathcock, Marie Isenhour, Christi Johnson, Kara Kluttz, Blake Martin, Margaret Miller, Daniel Morehead, Ethan Morehead, LaWanda Myers, Heidi Ramseur and Matthew Underwood.
Badin: Brandie Burleson.
China Grove: Andrea Beaver, Laura Call, Melissa Coe, Karie Earnhardt and Julia Soares.
Gold Hill: Linetta Bostian and Elani Hedrick.
Granite Quarry: Noah Melton.
Kannapolis: Connie Echols, Tanya Holmes, Lauren King, Kevin Lambirth and Jesse Martin.
Lexington: Daniel Rhyne.
Misenheimer: Patricia Dominquez, Adam Gulledge, Tiffany Huneycutt, Najja Moon and Coral Norbech.
Mocksville: Kara Deadmon.
Mooresville: Sonya Fostvedt, Mary Johnson and Jeana Hager.
New London: Audrey Carter and Kimberly Willis.
Richfield: Brittani A. Forte.
Rockwell: Nathan Brooks, Amy Kluttz, Joseph Miller, Sean Safrit, Alstin Vanderford, Jeffrey Wilson and Jenifer Woodward.
Salisbury: Pedro Santiago, Coty Brown, Larry Call, Lisa Drye, Stephanie Graham, Michelle Kessler, Lynn-Ann Sawyer, Brian Sawyer, Christopher Sease and Amber Wingerson.
Graduation awards
Stewart Dula, a recent graduate of St. Stephen’s Episcopal School in Bradenton, Fla., received several awards from the school.
Dula was named to the head of school’s list for the spring semester with an unweighted 4.0 grade point average.
At graduation ceremonies, he received Scholar-Athlete and Student Council Academics awards and was one of six students to receive Phi Beta Kappa awards from the national academic honor organization.
Son of Lynn and Fred Dula of Salisbury, he plans to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill this fall.
Gardner-Webb list
Area students named to the spring semester dean’s list at Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs with a 3.7 or higher grade point average.
They are Samithia Patterson-Her, Cleveland; Allie Mills, Spencer; Eric Proctor and Danielle Reed, Salisbury.
GTCC academic lists
Named to the president’s list at Guilford Technical Community College with a 4.0 grade-point average on at least 12 credit hours are Brian Cooker of Gold Hill, Charles Rowe of Mooresville, Christy Callahan, Alan Jones and Sophat Thent, all of Lexington.Named to the dean’s list with a 3.5 or higher grade-point average on at least 12 credit hours with no grade lower than a B are Deborah Allen of Badin and Keri Causey, Matthew Church, Robert Dunning, Denise Mack and Justin McClellan, all of Lexington.

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