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Catawba College Presidential Honor Roll Announced

June 26, 2014

Category: Academics, Students


seal-embossed.pngA total of 133 students have been named to the Presidential Honor Roll List for the 2013-2014 academic year at Catawba College, according to Dr. J. Michael Bitzer, Provost of the College.

Students named to the Presidential Honor Roll List have achieved a 3.7 grade point average in 30 or more semester hours.

Students on the 2013-2014 academic year Presidential Honor Roll List include (this list also available in PDF format):

 

North Carolina:

Aberdeen, Julia Patrice McRae;

Advance, Thomas Lee Tate;

Asheboro, Sydney Rebecca Hyder, Lilly Elizabeth Parker;

Bessemer City, Christopher Trey Averill;

Boonville, Taylor Elise Spillman, Brinsley Morgan Stewart;

Chapel Hill, Adam Ziad Kurdi;

Charlotte, John R. Carr, Amy Jo Daugherty, Shiree Denise Lewis, Shane Eugene Rogers, Chavonne Denine Taylor;

China Grove, Jennifer Marie Brown, Brandy Marie Burgess, Julio Cesar Zubillaga;

Claremont, Jacob Shepherd;

Concord, Kathryn Crawford, Meredith Christian Furr, Thomas Michael Goodwin, Nicholas Grant Luciano, Priscilla Joyce Perez, William Vanover, Stephanie Jo Wallace;

Conover, Jacob Christian LaFrancis;

East Bend, Chelsie Nicole Miller;

Efland, Blake Douglas Brewer;

Elon, Olivia Rose Hedrick;

Fairview, Anna Sophia Fields;

Fayetteville, Joshua David Hill;

Franklin, Andrea Tiffany Bell;

Goldsboro, Gregory William Alexander:

Granite Quarry, Stephanie Michele Feriante;

Greensboro, Allison Morgan Davis;

Hamptonville, Ashley Marie Everidge;

Harrisburg, Melissa Kathryn Burch, Aaron Chase Morris;

Huntersville, Jon Albert Hermsen;

Indian Trail, Kristina Juliette Hoff;

Kannapolis, Cayli Nicole Mena, Madison Taylor Sides;

King, Heather Dale Boyles, Christopher Ray Money;

Landis, Patrick Neal Karriker, Taylor Brooke Lee;

Lexington, Katelyn Leigh DeZego, Randall Wayne Jarrett, Anabel Santiago Melgar, Cole Alexander Middleton, Emily Langley Williams, Amber Lynn Williamson;

Linwood, Anderson Collin Denton, Heath Scot Humphrey;

Matthews, Tiffany Lynn Miller;

Mocksville, Christopher Michael Driver, Joshua Adam Goodman, Destiny N. Pearcy;

Mooresville, Jessica Lynn Harvatin, Laurel Boykin Powell, Franklin L. Wagner;

Mount Airy, Courtney Leigh Tunstall;

Mount Holly, Taylor Marie Houser;

Mount Pleasant, Kathleen Marie Burris;

New London, Brianna Jayde Russell;

Newton, McKenzie Jean Garrison;

Raleigh, Hannah Michelle Davis;

Ramseur, Kayce Kimrey;

Robbins, Caleb Shane Garner;

Rockwell, Maria Esther Benitez, Jason F Cauble;

Salisbury, Thomas Zachary Benton, Julie Ann Bruce, Martha Mallary Clay, Rhonda Jarvis Elder, Lauren Elizabeth Gaskill, , Latavia Denise Gray, Marco Shane Gupton, Kenneth Neal Hipp, Gary Lynn Horne, Michael Wayne Jones, Dominique Adele Karriker, Lauren Madison Kennedy, Justin D. Ludwick, Michael Lane Lyerly, Maryann Wahl Martinez, Christine Knapp Mowery, Mary Randi Podgorak-Lagro, Christina Cline Potts, Karen Anne Reynolds, Emilie W Scharf, Sara Kay Sellers, Rachel Danielle Shelton, Sydney Leigh Smith, Matthew Ryan Sparks, Raymond Harry Vodochodsky, Carla Ashley Wilson, Seng Yang;

Southport, Theodore Shepard;

Spencer, Joel Porter Baker;

Stanfield, William Brian Whitley;

Statesville, Matthew Lynn Gobble, Ryan Matthew Wilusz;

Trinity, Riley Leigh Beck;

Troy, Russell Lee Brown;

Willow Spring, Kerstin McKenzie Brown;

Wilmington, Shelby Elise Ragazzo, Michael Lawrence Sheehan.


Other States:


FLORIDA:
Lutz, Michelle Lee Newberger; Miramar, Elizabeth Nadine Renteria; Panama City, Holly Fuller.

MARYLAND: Baltimore, Anna Collette Simkins; Millington, Shannon Leigh Morton.

MINNESOTA: Greenfield, Jacob Joseph Breig.

PENNSYLVANIA: Gettysburg, Matthew Hardman.

RHODE ISLAND: Narragansett, Alicia Ray Richards.

SOUTH CAROLINA: Indian Land, Erin Brooke Shelley.

TEXAS: Austin, Reid Joseph Lichtenberger; Houston, Madeline Claire Auchter.

VIRGINIA: Bealeton, Erin Symone Morant; Quinton, Kyle Jeffrey Mechling, Roanoke: Lauren Taylor Sledd.

WISCONSIN: Onalaska, Sloan Evelyn Kessler.


Other Countries:


AUSTRALIA: Gawler,
Declan Lloyd Stimson.

CANADA: Ontario, Hampton, Juliana Victoria Conte; Oakville, Brad Smethurst.

FRANCE: St. Witz, Toomas Goutt.

GERMANY: Giesen, Janin Kassner; Hamburg, Nadine Brockmann.

ISRAEL: Karmiel, Ekaterina Kruglov.

LITHUANIA: Vilnius, Jevgenij Gamper.

MALAWI: Dwangwa, Dango Kumwenda.

POLAND: Krakow, Dominik Brus.

UNITED KINGDOM: Watford, Sophie Olivia Waller.


This list also available in PDF format for media outlets.


Founded in 1851, Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C., is the sixth oldest college in the state.  It is a private, coeducational college that has a student body of 1,300 students.  The institution offers over 70 majors and concentrations and fields 18 NCAA Division II athletic teams.  Students enjoy small classes with an average student to faculty ratio of 14 to 1.  Approximately 70 percent of students live on the 276-acre campus.  For more information on Catawba, that is known for its strong theatre arts, music, business and science programs, visit www.catawba.edu.