WPU Announces Dean’s List for Spring & Summer 2018

Dec 14, 2018

William Peace University is proud to announce its spring and summer 2018 Dean’s List recipients. These hardworking students have achieved one of three levels, depending on certain criteria: Dean’s List, Dean’s list with Distinctions, and Dean’s Scholar. Below you will find the complete lists of traditional undergraduate students, as well as students from the School of Professional Studies.

“It’s a pleasure for all of us to celebrate the students who have achieved the highest academic honors here at William Peace University. “

Dr. Charles Duncan, Vice President for Academic Affairs

“It’s a pleasure for all of us to celebrate the students who have achieved the highest academic honors here at William Peace University,” said Dr. Charles Duncan, WPU’s Vice President for Academic Affairs. “These students have accomplished academic success through their outstanding engagement with faculty, staff, and each other, and we are proud to recognize them as Dean’s List recipients.”

Traditional Undergraduate Students

Spring 2018 Dean’s List

  • Uvaldo Acosta
  • Maya Alexander
  • Nnamdi-Josiah Anakaraonye
  • Coleman Arehart
  • Athena Azan
  • Emily Bannerman
  • Jayda Bernard
  • Mary Bobbitt
  • Meredith Bobbitt
  • Jillian Boone
  • Shymik Bradshaw
  • Benjamin Brann
  • Taylor Breito
  • Benjamin Carranza-Argueto
  • Cameron Carrington
  • Robert Casey
  • Ranie Clapsaddle
  • Cheyenne Colburn
  • Brenna Coogan
  • Ian Crossman
  • Lisette Cuevas
  • Jason Dudley
  • Hannah Ericksen
  • John Everette
  • Nicholas Falso
  • Michael Farmer
  • Davis Felts
  • Sean Finneran
  • Corney Francis
  • Larry Futrell
  • Beatrice Galdamez-Reyes
  • Angela Gamble
  • Jose Garcia Ramirez
  • Jonathan Gares
  • Alexandra Garrison
  • Nathan Gay
  • Nathan Hamilton
  • Austin Herndon
  • Hayley Hillison
  • Nathan Holt
  • Danielle Hunt
  • Summer Jacobs
  • Derrius Jones
  • John Keiper
  • John Kelly
  • Emily Koncz
  • Lauren Lane
  • Alex Lanphear
  • Meredith Lascallette
  • Jason Lassiter
  • Rachel Lea
  • Diego Lugo-Charrez
  • Krystal Mangum
  • Daniel Mazanec
  • Kelly McCauley
  • Casandra McCormick
  • Nicholas Montrose
  • Emmalee Morales
  • Brandonn Odom
  • Isaiah Ortega
  • Bailey Pate
  • Abigail Patrick
  • Sophia Pereira
  • Nicholas Phan
  • Jessica Popperwill
  • Michelle Presutti
  • Elizabeth Ralph
  • Marlene Ramos Tellez
  • Caitlin Richards
  • Deanna Richards
  • Stephanie Romero-Reyes
  • Sean Rothenbuhler
  • Georgiah Russell
  • Jordan Smith
  • Xavier Snow
  • Gabriella Talucci
  • Rachael Thomas
  • Manuel Velasquez
  • Jacob Wade
  • Whitney Walker
  • Julia Walsh
  • Clifton Watson
  • Steven Wigley
  • Alexander Wille

Spring 2018 Dean’s List with distinction

  • William Atkins
  • ShuDon Brown
  • Tatiana Brown
  • Taylor Byrd
  • Maurice Canady
  • Marie Ann Del Valle Coppin
  • Christopher Deleon
  • Jordan Desimone
  • Erienne Dickman
  • Kelsey Durham
  • Aaron George
  • Caylan Harrison
  • Patrick Harvey
  • Monterrius Holden
  • Victoria Horton
  • Matthew Hutzenbuhler
  • Joseph Joyce
  • Samuel Lavinder
  • Tiffany Lewis
  • Christian Malone
  • Janae Mays
  • Ethan McElvaney
  • Jonathan Miller
  • Jenica Myers
  • Nathan Oates
  • Olivia Oates
  • Makayla Ropchan
  • Alexandra Sciacca
  • Sarah Scott
  • William Stirling
  • Hailey Stout
  • Becky Tran
  • Andrew Vernon
  • William Walker
  • Payton Weller

Spring 2018 Dean’s Scholars

  • MacKenzie Allison
  • Stephanie Arnold
  • Samuel Arnold
  • Natalie Arthur
  • Kimberley Atkinson
  • Augusto Batista
  • Dylan Betancourt
  • Johnathan Bizzell
  • Katelyn Bouthillier
  • Mikayla Brown
  • Breanna Cary
  • Justin Coufal
  • Brianna Davis
  • Nicholas Davis
  • Joshua Dismuke
  • D’Leah Epps
  • Deja Gainey
  • Alyssa Gasperini
  • Lydia Granholm
  • Ester Guzman Estrella
  • Austin Hallstrand
  • Catherine Harman
  • Tori Harrell
  • Kelsey Harrison
  • Isaac Kruger
  • Mary Kubeny
  • Tara Lesick
  • William Lewis
  • Elizabeth Manla
  • Kristina Mojica
  • Jonas Monanteras
  • Audrey Moore
  • Erik Moss
  • Dalena Nguyen
  • Jose Olvera
  • Bryanna Owens
  • Jason Pappalardo
  • Dayana Parra
  • Hannah Philbeck
  • Emily Rabjohns
  • Jenna Rouse
  • Dakota Sager-Leonard
  • Charles Slate
  • Ron Thompson
  • Heather Toone
  • Charlie West
  • Kaleb Williamson
  • Roger Willms
School of Professional Studies Students

SPS Spring 2018 Dean’s List

  • Sonzie Andrews
  • Dylan Angelini
  • Dominique Avery-Kennedy
  • Cassidy Clark
  • Hannah Gaskill
  • Ashley Glen
  • Sara Hall
  • Ashley Pierce
  • Adam Storey
  • Nichele Whitaker
  • Tadjou Yadele

SPS Spring 2018 Dean’s List with distinction

  • Lindsay Alston
  • Amanda Ciafardini
  • Latoya Greene
  • Bernadette Moore
  • Erin Robertson
  • Amy Wright

SPS Spring 2018 Dean’s Scholars

  • Kenneth Bailey
  • Julianne Banda
  • Alyssa Burdeau
  • Eric Clack
  • Jason Damico
  • Kathryn Gebhardt
  • Stephanie Johnson
  • Jordan McDaniel
  • Nathaniel Odham
  • Amelia Strickland
  • Graymon Ward

SPS Summer 2018 Dean’s List

  • Lauren Brintle
  • Aaliyah Cole
  • Mia Phillips

SPS Summer 2018 dean’s list with distinction

  • Amanda Antonina Ciafardini
  • Joshua Allan Perry

SPS Summer 2018 Dean’s Scholars

  • Dylan Angelini
  • Eric Clack
  • Jason Damico
  • Kathryn Gebhardt
  • Adam Storey
  • Scott Strong
  • Shaheeda Turner

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