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UNC deanís list

UNC deanís list
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill recognized 6,405 students for outstanding academic achievement through their selection for the deanís list for spring 2011.
Students who enrolled before fall 2010 were eligible for the list if they earned at least a 3.5 grade-point-average on a 4.0 scale while taking at least 12 letter-grade credit hours but fewer than 15 or if they make a 3.2 on a 4.0 scale while taking 15 or more letter-grade credit hours.
Students who enrolled at Carolina in fall 2010 or later must earn at least 3.5 grade-point-average on a 4.0 scale while taking at least 12 letter-grade credit hours. Students must have no grades lower than a C. On a 4.0 scale, A equals 4, B equals 3 and C equals 2.
Salisbury ó Lauren Alexander, Christina Anderson, Tiffany Anderson, Steven Burges, Ivy Brisbin, Rebekah Cheek, Andromeda Cook, Emily Dean, Stewart Dula, Wesley Eagle, Margaret Emerson, Laura Hartsell, Marina Hess, Rachel Kirby, Elizabeth Kraft, Kathleen Kriska, Hannah Lebowitz, Kirstin Meyerhoeffer, Remi Moore, Wallis McElroy, Hayley Mikkelson, Lauren Parrott, Carl Ritchie, Kay Rufty, Jordan Teague, Allie Wagner, Susan Wear, Meredith Weisler, Sara Wilson, Kevin Wood, Mark Wooten.
Landis ó Donald Turbyfill.
Cleveland ó Caleb Wittum.
China Grove ó Claire Corriher, Ivan Corriher, Jenna Hall, Whitney Haywood.
Chapel Hill ó Robert Edmiston.
Kannapolis ó Sarah Adcock, Lauren Donoghue, Kenneth Dantinne, Elizabeth Duvall, Erin Fink, Anna Gribble, Scott Hiers, Sudeep Mehta, Giavonna Partee, Amy Whitake, Cherish Williams, Kristian Doty.
Gold Hill ó Heather Van Wallandael.
Landis ó Kandace Thomas.
Cooleemee ó Christopher Brogden.
Mocksville ó Lauren Brown, Kevin Creason, Andrew Gaither, Mary Hendrix, James Mighion, Rebecca Riddle, Matthew Van Hoy.
Lexington ó Shelley Aldridge, Bradley Baker, Audrey Berrier, Rebecca Call, Pearce Dougan, Devin Fohn, Laura Fulbright, John Hill, Nikki Lazenby, Dustin Leonard, Kathleen Lockwood, Jonathan Michels, Kimberly Martiniuk, Derek OíNeill, Ashlee Suttle, Samantha Thomasson, Abby Timberlake, Mary Varner, Samantha Yarborough.
Mooresville ó Rana Alkhaldi, Casey Bishopp, Kaylin Bugica, Taylor Burton, Rachel Calhoun, Zachary Connell, Ryan Craver, Singleton Crawford, Kari Dahlgren, Danielle Dyer, Hayley Fahey, Jennifer Farrell, Caitlin Feeheley, Kaitlyn Ferguson, Kaitlin Finan, Amanda Gilbert, Michael Gonzalez, Dylan Greenleaf, Justin Hardy, Tyler Hardy, Heather Holden, Troy Homesley, Kelsey Hyde, Kelsey Isenberg, Abraham Jaroszewski, Emily Kulenkamp, Chelsea Lowell, Hannah Long, Lura Mcmurray, Caroline Moffett, Leah Neal, Jessica Peyton, Shruthi Rajan.

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