Local students named to UD dean’s list


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DAYTON — The University of Dayton has released its dean’s list for the Spring 2015.

The following undergraduate students are being honored for achieving a minimum 3.5 GPA for the semester.

Austen Alber, of Brookville, in the School of Engineering

Amanda Bertke, of Englewood, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Caroline Boeckman, of Dayton, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Dorian Crouse, of Englewood, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Matthew DeVilbiss, of Brookville, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Scott Fraim, of Dayton, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Peyton Keys, of Dayton, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Aaron Lassalle, of Clayton, in the School of Engineering

Anthony Maiorano, of Clayton, in the School of Engineering

Madeline Marx, of Brookville, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Emily Mendenhall, of Brookville, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Ryan Menker, of Dayton, in the School of Business Administration

Taylor Nehring, of Englewood, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Naimeh Saleh, of Clayton, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Charlotte Shade, of Clayton, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Susan Sipos, of Clayton, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Jordan Stoltz, of Clayton, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Michael Tarkany, of Brookville, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Ashley Thomas, of Brookville, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Bradley West, of Clayton, in the School of Engineering

William Wilbanks, of Englewood, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Raquel Hopson, of Clayton.

The University of Dayton is a top-tier, national, Catholic, research institution. Founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary (the Marianists), we focus on educating the whole person, connecting learning with leadership and service. Through student clubs, campus recreation, education abroad, research, service-learning and career preparation, students are encouraged to engage the world, developing a critical mind and compassionate heart.
The University of Dayton is a top-tier, national, Catholic, research institution. Founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary (the Marianists), we focus on educating the whole person, connecting learning with leadership and service. Through student clubs, campus recreation, education abroad, research, service-learning and career preparation, students are encouraged to engage the world, developing a critical mind and compassionate heart.