PLATTEVILLE—The University of Wisconsin-Platteville announces its dean’s list for the spring 2015 semester.
To earn academic honors, full-time students must obtain at least a 3.75 grade point average in the College of Liberal Arts and Education and the College of Business, Industry, Life Science and Agriculture and at least a 3.5 GPA in the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science.
Making the list from this area are: Nathan Kirschbaum of Bloomington, Theater; Faye Demes of Cassville, Elementary Education; Jordan Fure of Cassville, Environmental Engineering; Audrieonna Runde of Cassville, Physical Education; Scott Schnering of Cassville, Mechanical Engineering; Rachel Ackerman of Glen Haven, Business Administration; Paige Hampton of Glen Haven, Communication Technologies; Amber Hosch of Lancaster, Psychology; Emily Kjos of Lancaster, Criminal Justice; Brianna Klaas of Lancaster, Biology; Micah Schwantes of Lancaster, Physical Education; Logan Thole of Lancaster, Elementary Education; Wendy Winger of Lancaster, Broad Field Science; Douglas Bradley of Mt. Hope, Physical Education; Jolynn Broaddus of Potosi, Criminal Justice; Bridget Curtis of Potosi, Elementary Education; Kyi Ehlen of Potosi, Physical Education; Ashley Flesch of Potosi, Undeclared; Elizabeth Reuter of Potosi, Undecided LAE; Tyler Reynolds of Potosi, English; Justin Tranel of Potosi, Undeclared BILSA; Tyler Vaassen of Potosi, Elementary Education; MelomiJoy Waller of Potosi, Elementary Education; and Aubree Wilhelm of Potosi, Physical Education.
Founded in 1866, UW-Platteville is in Southwest Wisconsin, fewer than 30 miles from both the Illinois and Iowa borders. With 8,900 undergraduate and graduate students, UW-Platteville is the fastest-growing comprehensive institution in the UW System. Students may choose from 41 majors, 76 minors and 17 pre-professional programs. The Distance Education program offers two undergraduate and six graduate programs.