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Virginia Tech list
Four area students have been named to the spring semester dean’s list at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va., for earning a 3.4 or higher grade-point average on at least 12 credit hours.
They are Mary Baugh of Albemarle, David Shirley of Salisbury, Matthew Werder and Michael Werder, both of Mooresville.
Cabarrus College lists
Eight Rowan County students have been named to the spring semester chancellor’s list at Cabarrus College of Health Sciences for achieving a 3.5-4.0 grade-point average.
They are Dana Atwell, Carol Barnhardt, Allison Huffman, Natallia Maner, Amanda Montgomery, Regan O’Brien, Valerie Rakes and Rachel Witt.
Five were named to the dean’s list for achieving a 3.0-3.49 grade-point average. They are Jonathan Abernethy, Katie Funderburk, Manalle Isbanioly, Cassie Kizziah and Jessica Lyons.
In addition, Katie Funderburk and Valerie Rakes received the Louise Harkey Honors Awards of $100, which are given to all full-time nursing students who achieve a 3.25 or higher grade-point average during any regular fall or spring semester.

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