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Armstrong releases fall dean's list
academic honors

SAVANNAH — Armstrong State University recently named 89 students from Richmond Hill to the dean’s list for the fall 2015 semester.

They, their classes and majors are:

Derek Armijo, senior, nursing

Ariel Arocha, freshman, criminal justice

Debra Berisford, senior, early childhood education

Savannah Berkel, junior, psychology

Emily Blankenship, sophomore, cell and molecular biology

Crystal Blum, sophomore, theater performance

Hannah Bruce, sophomore, nursing

Jessica Burer, freshman, liberal studies

Christopher Burroughs, sophomore, pre-nursing

Heather Buske, freshman, biology

Dustin Campbell, junior, Regents’ Engineering Transfer Program

James Carl, senior, marine biology

Glenn Carlson, freshman, business economics

Amanda Conner, sophomore, marine biology

Brian DeMello, junior, information technology

Kelsey Duede, junior, nursing

Yousrah Elsirafy, senior, chemistry

Michael Freeman, junior, biology

Courtney Fuller, senior, nursing

Kristy Garcia, senior, radiologic sciences/nuclear medicine

Bret Garza, sophomore, biology

Jenna Gulle, senior, biology

Jonathan Hatala, junior, psychology

Deanna Hillery, sophomore, nursing

Katherine Hillery, junior, business economics

Taylor Holland, junior, undeclared

Michael Janowski, freshman, regional computer engineering

Christian Jarboe, senior, biology

Kristina Johnson, sophomore, pre-early childhood education

Tiara Jones, senior, radiologic sciences

Ross Jorgenson, senior, economics

Jordan Kelly, senior, middle grades education

Katelyn Kent, senior, early childhood dducation

Jung Kim, senior, nursing

Kaitlin Kincaid, sophomore, radiologic sciences

Haley Kodak, junior, biology

Roxanne Kovacs, junior, visual arts

Michael LaVally, freshman, engineering studies

Maury Ledesma, junior, nursing

Holly Lewis, junior, radiologic sciences/sonography

Robert Lewis, senior, liberal studies

Sylvanna Lheureux, junior, radiologic sciences

Sophia Lorimer, sophomore, undeclared

Tymeshia Malone, junior, gender and women’s studies

Loretta McKee, junior, nursing

Whitney Mitchell, junior, nursing

Marzjan Mustafa, junior, rehabilitation sciences

Alyse Newman, freshman, radiologic sciences

Marc Newman, freshman, undeclared

Theresa Nguyen, sophomore, undeclared

Deep Patel, freshman, engineering studies

Ashley Pentecost, sophomore, nursing

Robert Perani, freshman, undeclared

Tatjuana Phillips, junior, psychology

Justin Phillips, freshman, psychology

Jessica Pinto, sophomore, nursing

Jennifer Popov, senior, radiologic sciences

Deanna Proper, freshman, psychology

Sarah Puhak, senior, criminal justice

Erin Quinney, senior, English

Meghan Ramsay, senior, visual arts

Amanda Raun, senior, nursing

Jessica Reid, junior, pre-radiologic sciences

Tonya Reyes, junior, radiologic sciences

Matthew Rodriguez, junior, health science

Malika Rollins, sophomore, nursing

Anna Ruff, senior, history

Lacy Rugaber, senior, nursing

Adrian Sardina, sophomore, history

Hunter Scholle, sophomore, rehabilitation sciences

Brittany Schwier, senior, public and community health

Bryce Seuntjens, sophomore, political science

William Short, junior, information technology

Shea Shurling, freshman, biochemistry

Samantha Smithers, freshman, nursing

Christopher Southerland, junior, rehabilitation sciences

Deletria Stembridge, senior, health services administration

Lourdes Sylla, senior, biology

Mindy Szeker, junior, liberal studies

Taylor Thomas, junior, English

Katie Threatt, sophomore, biochemistry

Gary Tompkins, freshman, undeclared

Matthew Trivitayakhun, senior, computer science

Ashley Vittoria, freshman, undeclared

Bragan Walsh, freshman, health science

Allyson Yates, senior, early childhood education

Kelsea Young, senior, biology

Jeffrey Young, senior, computer science

Matthew Zamjohn, junior, business economics

The list is for students who earned a GPA of 3.60 or higher on a 4.0 scale and completed a minimum of nine hours during the fall semester.

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