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UW-Platteville announces Deans List
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PLATTEVILLE—The University of Wisconsin-Platteville announces its Dean’s List, honoring those full-time students who earned high honors in their respective colleges in the fall 2018 semester.
The College of Business, Industry, Life Science and Agriculture and the College of Liberal Arts and Education require grade-point averages of 3.75 and above for Dean’s List honors, while the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science requires students to reach at least a 3.50.
UW-Platteville, founded in 1866 and located in Southwest Wisconsin, is home to more than 7,000 full-time undergraduate students. For more information on the university visit
Students from this area on the Dean’s List include: Matthew Martin of Bloomington, Electrical Engineering; Camron Mish of Bloomington, Electrical Engineering; Tricia Petrowitz of Bloomington, Health and Human Performance; Molly Waller of Bloomington, Agricultural Business; Caleb Adams of Cassville, Agricultural Business; Hunter Nix of Cassville, Civil Engineering; Jennifer Nix of Cassville, Elementary Education; Madelyn Nix of Cassville, Elementary Education; Michael Adams of Lancaster, Agricultural Business; Brianne Boughton of Lancaster, Elementary Education; Megan Graney of Lancaster, Art; Tyler Graney of Lancaster, Mechanical Engineering; Jena Hore of Lancaster, STEM Education MC-EA; Brianna Marcue of Lancaster, Agricultural Business; Kennedy Mezera of Lancaster, Elementary Education; Kristen Montgomery of Lancaster, Spanish; Hunter Yoose of Lancaster, Business Administration; Douglas Bradley of Mt. Hope, Health and Human Performance; Sharon Sanders of Mt. Hope, Spanish; Brooke Dressler of Potosi, Elementary Education; Dana Gerhards of Potosi, Music; Nicholas Horner of Potosi, STEM Education MC-EA; Emily Langmeier of Potosi, Elementary Education; Elizabeth Reuter of Potosi, Art; Tia Stohlmeyer of Potosi, Elementary Education; and Emmelyn Wagner of Potosi, Music.