BHSU students named to fall 2017 Dean’s List

Author: BHSU Communications/Friday, February 23, 2018/Categories: Students, College of Business and Natural Sciences, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, College of Liberal Arts

The Office of Academic Affairs at Black Hills State University has released the Dean’s List for the fall 2017 semester. A total of 733 students maintained a grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 or higher while taking at least 12 credit hours. Students are listed by hometown or current place of residence. Students that achieved a 4.0 GPA are recognized with an asterisk (*).
 
The Office of Academic Affairs at BHSU has also released the part-time Dean’s List for the fall 2017 semester. A total of 159 students maintained a grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 or higher while taking less than 12 credit hours. Students are listed by hometown or current place of residence. Students that achieved a 4.0 GPA are recognized with an asterisk (*).
 
Full-Time Dean’s List:
 
Alaska
Kenai: Jordan Theisen; Kodiak: Jordan Fogle
 
Arizona
Oro Valley: Austin Goddard; Phoenix: Morgan Smith
 
California
Oxnard: Cristian Hernandez
 
Colorado
Cedaredge: Jonathan Scroggins; Centennial: *Sydney Ederhoff, Mitchel Smith; Lakewood: Tanner Newson; Lamar: *Joshua Davis; Longmont: Zane Lindsey; Louisville: *Jessica Hibl; Meeker: *Jacob Phelan; Monument: Bailey Rosenstrauch; Parker: Ellise Lech
 
Iowa
Davenport: Anna Dressler
 
Michigan
Marine City: Thomas Rose-Gray
 
Minnesota
Excelsior: Maria Benedict; Forest Lake: Katie Christy; Hutchinson: Madison Christie; Raymond: *Rachel Bloomquist; Rochester: Emily Clary; Saint Michael: *Christine Thorn; Spring Valley: Shelby Larson
 
Montana
Baker: Chelsea Kramlick; Billings: Brittney Marosok; Boyes: NaTashia Bogner; Colstrip: *Tyler Bortz; Eureka: Alexandra Bartmess; Gardiner: Tess Thomas; Sidney: Tudie Crosby
 
North Dakota
Bismarck: Cori Brown; Dickinson: *Kendall O'Hara, *Gretchen Weir; Hettinger: Mariah Jahner, Ashley McFarland; Minot: Makeesha Geiger; New England: *Gabrielle Hanson
 
Nebraska
Elkhorn: Christian Jasper; Hoskins: *Holly Langenberg; Norfolk: Theresa Marsh; Ogallala: *McLain Wunschel; Potter: Katelyn Woten; Scottsbluff: Sierra Betancur

New Jersey
Waldwick:
 *Alyssa Strobel
 
South Dakota
Aberdeen: Ericka Barnes, Brooklyn Fauth, *Kyle Kenser, *Taylor Schweitzer, *Katherine Torrence; Belle Fourche: Alicia Absher, *Kasandra Ager, Jamie Bohm, Scott Carey, Tiann Garman, *Daxton Keegan, *Christopher Kopriva, Austin Kudlock, *Janie McAmis, Jamie Mez, *Matthew Mitchell, Annie Piekkola, Adam Pilgrim, *Seth Pomrenke, Amber Ranken, Rebekah Ruby, Amanda Schwend, Beth Seidel, Morgan Seymour, Stephanie Smith, Philip Thomas, Emily Vinyard; Bison: *Daniel Chapman, Tyler Kari; Black Hawk: Dominic Bradford, *Nathaniel Deziel, *Kelsey Duncan, *Jenna Giggee, Destiny Harris, Chloe Lesmeister, Morgan Mack, John Robidoux; Box Elder: Jamie Benton, *Bryce Boser, Cayla Daley, *Ryleigh Day, Ethan Garr, Lindsey Haugh, *Sterling Holmes, *Halley Miller, Samantha Nicks, Gina Ortner, *Wolf Schwarz, *Kaleb Seger, Jake White; Britton: *Elizabeth Sorensen; Buffalo: *Sierra Stugelmeyer; Canton: *Elliott Anderson; Caputa: Wyatt Derr; Central City: Brett Enright, *Cameron Enright; Chamberlain: *Alli Steckelberg; Chester: Logan Miller; Colome: Halley Shippy; Custer: Emmalee Hollick, Rebeka Larcher, *Jessica Linde, Kellie Sigdestad; Deadwood: Joshua Adkins, Maddisen Larsen; Elk Point: Keely Bertram, *Katelyn Reynolds; Ellsworth AFB: *Jessica Asbury, Thomas Binder, Abigayle Lanoue; Elm Springs: Carlee Johnston; Estelline: Mahyle Hausman; Eureka: *Tyler Schwingler; Fairburn: *Josephine Weekley; Faulkton: Shelby Hartze; Fort Pierre: *Kyla Karst; Frankfort: *Donald Decker; Freeman: *Cailey Roth; Fruitdale: *Deaundra Kolb, Fehrin Ward, *KeAnna Ward; Gary: Ivy Kolbeck; Glenham: Ellie Rabenberg; Grenville: *Dylan Hanson; Harrisburg: Adam Holmstrom; Hartford: *Brooklyn Ketcham, Taryn Siemonsma-Garry; Hermosa: Destinee Cole, Noel Hansen, Caleb Ross; Hill City: Mercedes Busetti, *Mary Hughes, Micah Pennel, *Pedro Villalobos; Hot Springs: *Jessa Birkholt, *Laken Hilton, Julia McKenney, *Lisa McPherson, *Teryn Richardson, Shana Theilmann; Hurley: Miranda Chedester; Huron: Sidney Carey, Shadryn  Van Zee; Interior: Taylor Amiotte; Lead: Aisha Baum, *Keith Grendahl, *Kaylee Linn; Lemmon: Shania Deutscher, Joshua Sackmann; Martin: *Josie Drobny; Midland: *Madison Hand; Mitchell: Nancy Ries; Mobridge: Cindy Martel; New Underwood: *Brianna Philipsen; Newell: Marcus Harms, *Dakota McTaggart; North Sioux City: Tanner Beaulieu; Onida: Payton Gall, *Remington Wientjes; Parkston: Alyssa Murtha; Parmelee: Gabrielle Waln; Philip: Kady Pinney, Emma Slovek; Piedmont: *Amanda English, Michelle LaVallie, *Bryan Meehan, Sarah Montgomery, *Katie Plymate, *Teresa Thompson; Pierre: *Haley Dressler, Shayna Edman, Reed Lindbloom, *Mariah Madsen, Heidi  Vogel; Pine Ridge: Maritza Vale; Rapid City: *Abigail Abrams, Amber Allen, *Hannah Armstrong, *Kolton Arthur, *Rachael Barrows, *Lukas Bates, *Callan Baxter, Kianah Bay, *Kelcy Bentley, *Jaimie Berger, *Karen Bialas, Eric Big Eagle, Benjamin Bitterman, Aurora Boardman, Tanner Bond, *Christopher Bossen, *Richelle Bounting, Mary Bowman, *Erin Broberg, *Courtney Brock, Lucille Brooks, *Jamiason Carrier, Rebecca Casey, *Chan Chen, *Amanda Christensen, *Kellen Claymore, Jennifer Coyle, Scott Craig, Dorothy Davila, *Sidney Delvaux, *Sydnee Dormann, Bethany Ehresmann, Bailey Ellis, *Dariyn Englund, Daniel Etter, Jaya Evans, Shaye Flom, Brady Foreman, *Krystle Fox, Hayley Franke, Sheridan Gerdes, *Kristina Giesey, *Tiffany Gikling, *Christa Gregg, *Gabrielle Haefs, Jacqueline Hagen, *Lauren Hagg, Savannah Hartl, Natasha Haugen, Deryck Hazelton, Mae Heikkinen, *Kelsey Hendrickson, *Cathryn Hester, Amanda Hill, Hope Horst, Tristan Hullihen, Corey Hyde, Kayla Jochim, *Alissa Jorgensen, Chance Kerner, *Lisa Kerner, *Michaela Kerner, Stephanie  Kirchgesler, Kyra Klapperich, *Keenan Knutelski, Noah Koeckeritz, Brent LaCroix, Candee Lakner, *Nicole Laub, Alyssa Laurenz, Angela Leggate, *Denim Lind, *Isaiah MacDonald, *Krista Mack, Michaela Mader, Hannah Masters, Kayla McCaskell, Marissa McFarland, *Katelynn Meisner, Gregory Midzak, Kennedee Miles, Lillian Miller, Rose Miller, *Douglas Mills, *Kharley Newman, Tarina Nye, Kristin O'Brien, *Tasha Olson, Sydney Owen, Nicholas Palko, Timothy Palmer, Gelynn Passmore, *Amber Pennington, *Erica Popelka, *Lexy Rabenberg, Sarah Rathert, *Madison Reister, Kristopher Russell, Raymond Salvino, Frederick Saulsberry, Jennifer Scharn, Marcus Scott, *Aaron Seefeldt, Jana Senesac, *Amber Shewey, Krissa Shewey, Shelby Sieveke, Derek Skillingstad, *Kelsey Snyder, *Colten Soelzer, *Tasa Sotelo, Amber Speck, *Jacob Sperlich, *Benjamin Steever, *Ashtin Stewart, April Stilwell, *McKayla Stratmeyer, McKenna Swanson, Kattie Thalacker, Megan Tish, *Patricia Travis, Miranda Trujillo, *Christy Twiggs-Hammond, *Ashley Wasserburger, *Dyllynn Wasserburger, Ashley Weir, *Allen Wellman, Hudson Wheeler, *Tasarah White, *Courtney Wolery, Morgan Wood, *Glenferd Yellow Robe, *Amanda Young, *Brandon Zelfer; Roscoe: *Allison Geier; Saint Onge: *Erika Redinger, Hannah Rehmeier; Salem: *William Gottlob; Sioux Falls: Kelli Larson, Isaac Lund, *Sarah Maka, *Hannah Phillips; Spearfish: *Carly Adams, Payton Adams, *Nicole Allerdings, *Austin Aluise, *Candace Amdahl,* Alexa Anderson, *Chloe Anderson, Lindsey Anderson, Tory Arbach, *Christian Avery, Kiana Ayers, Matthew Babineau, Luis Bach, Hayley Baker, Zoe Baldwin, *Druanna Barzeski, Grace Baumgarten, *Dakota Becher, Sara Becker, Levi Beckwith, *Brittney Bell, Courtney Bell, Abby Belus, Theodore Bergmann, Mathilde Bernard, *Adam Bertsch, Katy Bielmaier, *Kyle Biggerstaff, Zoe Bigley, *Ashley Bilbrey, *Kailee Bjorkstrand, *Kaitlyn Bjorkstrand, Tristan Blain, Peyton Bodemann, *Molly Boehler, Hannah Bohlinger, Alan Bonde, Walter Bordewyk, *Madeline Brandt, *Avery Brockberg, Chloe Brown, *Gavin Brucklacher, Emily Bryan, *Ezekiel Bucks, Madalyn Bunkers, *Abigail Burnett, *Riley Bussinger, Molly Butler, Michaela Byrne, Jarica Camin, *Katherine Campbell, *Cassia Catterall, Erika Cerveny, Diego Chacon Villacis, Hayes Chohon, *Vanessa Clark, Isaiah Coleman, Alicia Connolly, *Molly Connot, Drew Couch, *Courtney Dahlgren, Dayna Davenport-Dicks, *Savannah Davis, Zachary Davis, *Allison Deal, *Makenzie Dean, *Carissa Deming, Aureanna Denning, Stephanie Denoma, Stefan Desnica, Nathan DeWitt, *Thea Dittman, *Maxwell Dohman, Quinton Douglas, Garrett Dunn,  *Aisha Durfey, *Jess Edens, *Ryleigh Ellingsen, *Adam Else, Dalton Erskin, Daniel Fabricius, Courtney Falconer, Logun Feistner, Nathan Feldt, *Claire Fergusson,* Jacqueline Fierro-Sullivan, *Benjamin Finch, Kendra Finnell, *Elizabeth Foss, *Tori Gaer, Nicholas Gainey, Megan Gayer, *Janice Gbedemah, Victoria Geary, *Rachel Geier, Madalynn Geist, Julia Gibson, Katie Giesler, *Kayla Gilbert, Alex Giles, Julette Goehring, Sierra Goergen, *Rebecca Golliher, Adrienne Gossard, Darian Gottfried, Isaac Grassel, *Lois Gravat, Kyle Graves, Samantha Gregory, Lia Guigui, *Samantha Gutherless, Karley Guthmiller, *Skyler Haden, Janna Hagen, Ann'D Hager, *Katharine Hall, Elana Hall-Stalder, Morgan Ham, *Alexandra Hancock, Hailey Hanzlik, *Michelle Harris, *Sara Hatle, Alexis Hauf, *Alli Hedman, Samuel Hintgen, *Savana Hinz, Joni Hofer, Lia Hoffman, Lilia Hoffman, *Mallary Hoffmann, Jamison Hogan, *Adrienne Holland, Brynn Holland, *Rachael Hopperdietzel, Shaylyn Hubbard, Laci Hubenka, *Mayson Hudyma, Heath Hunsaker, *Patrick Hunter, Kaitlyn Huska, *Bianca Hutzler, Alissa Iverson, *Tate Jackson, Dylan Jacobs, Amber Jensen, *Madison Jilek, *Hannah Johnson, *Misty Jones, Kevin Kaitfors, *Tiana Kassis, Kenzie Kazmer, *Caitlin Kelly, Khazayma Khan, *Karli Kilby, James Kilgore, *Kathryn Klopfenstein, Sydny Koehn, *Mikayla Koistinen, Tanner Kotek, *Rachel Kremer, *Erin Kremers, Austin Kusler, Baylee LaCompte, Kaylee Lamb, Brady Larson, Samantha Lebert, Shengfan Li, *Alexandria Lisenbe, Isabel Litzen, *Rishell Lizasuain, *Alyssa Lockhart, Justin Logue, Chelsey Lutter, *Jessica Malm, *Macey Malone, *Luke Marcoe,* Tammi Martin, *Kristi Maxfield, *Sidney May, Suzanne McCarty, *Angie McDonnell, Brendon McGirr, Morgan Mehlhaf, Kathryn Messler, *Johanna Mitchell, Paul Mitchell, Mason Moir, *John Monroe, Drazen Moratzka, *Anthony Morris, *Dawson Munger, Alison Murphy, Brittney Muske, *Hannah Neumiller, Hoyt Nicholas, Katherine Nielson, *Rachel Nilles, Morghan Oleson, Austin Olson, *Rylann  Olson, Samantha O'Neal, Lexus Orozco, Zoey Osmotherly, Keith Osowski, *Hannah Owens, *Collin Palmer, Matthew Parker, Rhiannon Patterson, Margaret Paulson, Krystl Penney, Mckayla Perry, *Christel Peters, Cydney Peterson, *Kiley Phares, Natalie Pinske, Tristen Polensky, Brooke Pond, Sarah Ponwith, *Dustin Popkes, *Allie Porch, Liam Porter, *Neal Porter, *Laurentiu  Postelnicu, *Alexis Powell, *Ariel Pozorski, Cason Pratt, *Melissa Purvis, *Kolter Quick, *Abby Rabenberg, *Jessia Raherisoanjato, Samantha Raile, Myah Red Horse, Jenna Reid, Lyndzi Rich, *Alexandra Richards, Brooke Richards, *Gregory Roling, *Adrienne Roller, Tyler Sands, *Sarah Satterlee, Logan Schaefbauer, *Sarah Schaeffer, *Kyle Schluttner, *Cayley Schmitt, Teresa Schnetter, *Brittany Schoenfelder, Jessica Sea, Charles Sellers, Rachel Sherman, Racheal Shuck, *Carly Sisson, *Anne Skaug, Kyle Slater, *Skylar Smith, *Melinda Sneeden, Garrett Snook, *Heather Sohl, Brittney Somerset, Samara Soyland, *Lanae Spargur, Mikayla St Pierre, *Cortez Standing Bear, Audra Strong, *Samuel Suess, *Jessica Sundberg, *Samantha Sunderland, *Autumn Swedin, *Cody Swenson, Tanner Tadra, *Kerry Tarrant, *Samuel Terveen, *Jonah Theisen, *Crystal Thurmes, Mesa Tollefson, *Taylor Trohkimoinen, Arthur Turner, Krista Ulrich, Jaelani Uthe, *Kari Van Zee, *Kelsey VanDenHemel, Cassandra Vandewiele, Dillon Vanetti, *Heidi VanLishout, *Derek Vela, *Hailey Vigil, Tana Volmer, *Amber Wallace, *Nichole Walters, *Emily Warns, *Tayla Weber, *Kristin Wenzel, Racquel Wientjes, *Alexandra Wiley, Rachel Williams, Gloria Wilson, Mikenzie Winter, *Katie Wolff, *Amanda Wolterstorff, *Timothy Woodson, *Justin Woodward, Gabriel Ziadat, Mollie Zvorak; Sturgis: Luke Altstiel, *Vicki Burshia, Katherine Carstensen-Zerb, Halli Holt, Gwendolyn Hoops, Ranni Hopkins, *Charles Kaiser, Jody Kirk, *Kelsey Loftus, Arianna Nelson, Jenna Odle, *David Owen, Hannah Peterson, *Sara Rundell, Ashley Sandidge, *Victoria Scott, Taya Swanson, Mercedes Thies, Nathan Tritsch; Summerset: Alana Abbott, *Ashley Hahn, Ellie Jaques; Union Center: Sandrine Brink; Vale: Zachary Grant; Veblen: *Carley Hill; Vivian: *Haley Juhnke; White River: *Katherine Didier; White River: Wyatt Krogman; Whitewood: *Audrey Gall, *Kyra Holzer, *Megan Rusk, Brooke Woods; Willow Lake: *Vivian Redinger; Winner: Sean Bice, *Kristen Hausmann, Darbi Nelson; Yankton: *Meggie Steiner
 
Texas
Grapevine: Miranda Acton; Spring: Payten Gilmore
 
Utah
Draper: Cristina McDaniel; Orem: Juliann Mecham; Saratoga Springs: Jayden Judy
 
Washington
Lacey: *Rebecca Stevenson
 
Wisconsin
Lancaster: Shelby Schramm
 
Wyoming
Beulah: Krista Drentlaw; Big Horn: *Collin Powers; Buffalo: *Jennifer Anderson; Casper: Joshua LaFountain, *Karley LaFountain, Garrett Ravert, Abigail Switzer, Melanie Tibbetts, Shanaea VanderPol; Cheyenne: Tori Fulton, *Melissa Golden, Kayleen Selfridge, *Sydne Weber; Dayton: *Adaline Ostler; Douglas: Tori Parks, Kassidy Scott; Evansville: Harley Geiger; Gillette: Kaitlynn Alm, Britnee Biza, *Paige Cook, Courtnee Eberhard, *Jordan Fischer, McCorra Ford, Aleesha Gladson, *Diana Gonzalez, Leticia Jones, Megan Kluz, William Lopez, Jordan Martin, Justine Martinez, Madison Moore, Taylor Mowery, Elizabeth Niles, *Cheyenne Palu, *Kayti Parish, Sage Riss, Julia Seamans, Melissa Shelby, *Travis Unterseher, Logan Wasson; Greybull: Robert Nuttall; Hulett: Hannah Bauernfeind, Wray Penning; Lander: *Keegan Her Many Horses; Newcastle: *David Christiansen, Kiersten Crabtree, Alexis Krogman, *Francesca Romano, Kelsey Wood; Ranchester: Eryn Aksamit; Rock Springs: *Francisco Wendlandt Pared; Rozet: *Nicole Dietz; Sheridan: Lauren Buss, *Cameron Ralston, Jamy Shassetz, Kierstin Webster, Dylan Wright; Sundance: *Stacia Altaffer, SaraAnn Ramos, *Mandee Stutzman; Upton: Kayla Caylor, Siera Juhala; Worland: *Haley Schneider, *Shayna Soderstrom; Westmoreland: Tiana Lawrence
 
Part-Time Dean’s List:
 
Colorado
Eckley: *Jackelin Robles; Northglenn: Courtney Wilson                                  
 
Massachusetts
Plymouth: *Isaac Reid                                  
 
North Dakota
Devils Lake: *Eunice Davidson; Hazelton: *Ashley Baumgartner                                
 
New Jersey
Andover: Shealyn McGee                                            
 
Ohio
Dayton: *Juanita Chaney                                             
 
South Dakota
Belle Fourche: *Aaron Bauerly, Sarah Bradley, Maryanne Darling-Reich, *Karlee Gusso, Sandra Kringen; Black Hawk: Daniel Borchert, *Amanda Farrar, *Danette Forbes, *Shayla Garner, Michelle Huling, *Jessica Noel, *Sandra Songbird; Box Elder: *Jacob Armstrong, Stephanie Gilbert, *Jennifer Little, *Sam Lockhart, *Alisia Lopez, *Kelsey Newman, *Kristen Sigler, Nicholas Toth; Brookings: *Courtney Nash-Keller; Custer: Hannah Selan; Deadwood: *Christine Blair; Faith: Corinna Thompson; Garretson: *Ariana Vandersnick; Hartford: *Zachary Hogan, *Clayton Nielsen, Cody Smith; Hot Springs: *David Steffen; Kadoka: *Kenar Vander May; Keystone: *Tristan Palmier; Lead: *Olivia Papiernik; Mitchell: *Benjamin Prill; New Underwood: Lexxy Niederwerder; Newell: Emylee Hencey; Piedmont: Pascal Bedard, *Isaac Egbert, Halli Schulz; Pierre: Jocelyn Gray, *Caitlin Mohr, Samantha Wempe; Rapid City: *Chelsea Anderson, Drake Anderson, *Shannon Aston, *Ashley Bamburg, *Chase Bitterman, Petra Bredberg, Thomas Cameron, Ryan Clarke, *Robert Crisman, *Shelley Cumella, *Jessica Decker, Jessica Deel, *Luke DeGeest, *Luke Deurmier, *Shari Dietterle, *Bailie Dill, *Hannah Drewitz, *Gina Edwards, *Stephen Edwards, *Suzie Egge, *Karissa Ellis, *Mark Erickson, *Erin Ernest, *Shannon Fischer, Shelby Fleming, *Shannon Geibel, *Kristina Good, *Brittney Graese, Jancie Hager, *Cory Hopfer, Madison Houston, *Hannah Hower, *Jackie Jacob, Branden Jastram, *Nicolette Kennedy, *Taylor Kerr, Cassie Kindred, *Brianna Kosma, Beau La Croix, *Natalie LaFrance, *Amanda Larsen, *Phyllis Laughhunn, Madonna Lends His Horse, Molly McCaskell, *Sarah McSparran, *Brent Moe, *Courtney Nelson, Michael Norman, *Tracy Olson, *Jessica Pedersen, *Dean Pelofske, *Julie Penney, *Joy Perryman, *Bradley Petersen, *Zachary Powers, Mar Reed, *Joseph Reiter, Paul Reiter, *Christopher Renner, *Christopher Rivera, *Taylor Rae Rowell, Khaila Rybak, Kristin Sampson, Elizabeth Schlosser, Samuel Shoulder, Ashley Smith, *Kendra Veil, *Logan Westbrock, *Amie Zaug; Saint Onge: Justin Samuelson; Sioux Falls: Yekaterina Cherednik, *Danielle Heerts, *Austin Heng, Kathryn Swier; Spearfish: *Paul Baker, *Bradley Buchholz, *Christopher Cady, *Mackenzie Carlbom, Anthony Checchi, Clark Hoyt, *Lynlee Jensen, Kristi La Qua, Amanda Marr, *Erick Mendez, *Katherine Nelson, *Dawn Paulhamus, *Trevor Richardson, *Jeremy Rosser, *Peter Skvicalo, *Kaitlin Spargur, Kathleen Young; Sturgis: *Regina Hruska, Chance Leliaert, Tyler Schone; Summerset: *Justice Hansen, Carrie Kerr, *Mackenzie Lewis, *Katie McArthur, *Jade Sarchet; White River: *Jessa Ellendorf; Whitewood: Jared Ahlers; Yankton: *Eric Anderson                                           
 
Wyoming
Big Horn: Arik Williams; Gillette: Hannah Brown, *Thomas Bush, Taylor Pownall, *Mikayla Wright; Newcastle: Brody Benson, *Deann Roby-Whitney; Riverton: *Bradley Branson                                       
 
Japan
Tokyo: Yoko Nishida                                      
 
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