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Jessica Johnson of Kingston and Bethany Parker of Rockwood are among the Carson-Newman College students who earned dean’s list honors for fall semester.
Students earning a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher while taking 12 or more credit hours are named to the dean’s list and honored at a reception.
Carson-Newman is in Jefferson City.
Tennessee Technology Center at Crossville
Four Roane County students were among the 112 enrolled at Tennessee Technology Center at Crossville who were recognized for having an “A” average for fall term.
The students and their field of study are Tyler Wright, electronics; Nathan Lamping, industrial electricity maintenance; Sarah Sampson, surgical technology; and Nathaniel Brown, welding technology.
Transcripts reflect scores in classroom, shop and work ethics.
Five Tusculum College students from Roane County were among the 266 graduates who received their degrees during recent commencement ceremonies at the Greeneville-based university.
Earning master’s degrees in education with a concentration in curriculum and instruction were Laura C. Randolph of Kingston, Melissa A. Parks and Julie C. Redden, both of Harriman.
Allison D. Beard of Kingston earned a master’s degree in teaching.
John E. Higgins of Harriman graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in organizational management with a concentration in human resource management.
Students graduating with a
3.75 to 3.94 grade-point average received magna cum laude honors.
University of Evansville
Logan Herwehe of Kingston earned placement on the University of Evansville dean’s list for academic achievements during fall semester.
He is majoring in mathematics.
To make the dean’s list at the Evansville, Ind.-based university, a student must earn at least a 3.5 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale.
Herwehe is spending spring semester studying abroad in Budapest, Hungary.