Students named to U of E dean’s list

Local students were named to the fall 2019 dean’s list at the University of Evansville. To merit the honor of being placed on the dean’s list each semester, a student must have carried a full academic load of 12 hours or more, and have earned a grade point average of 3.5 or above.


• Juniors: Kortney Quinn, elementary education.

• Sophomores: Alex Bauer, accounting, and Brenda Dubon, biochemistry.


• Juniors: Carly Terwiske, special education, and Tyla Rasche, French education.

• Freshmen: Delaney Rasche, French education.


• Juniors: Emily Miller, economics; Benjamin Becher, finance; and Emma Mehling, nursing.

• Sophomores: Elizabeth Miller, undeclared.


• Seniors: Austin Hopf, elementary education; Lauren Meyer, psychology; Erin Leinenbach, exercise science; and Mitchell Steinkamp, marketing.

• Juniors: Elizabeth Bell, Kathryn Bell, Shaydan Troxler and McKenzie Young, exercise science; Olivia Brames, English education; and Alexa Hopf, nursing.

• Sophomores: Eli Lubbehusen, marketing.


• Seniors: Evan Aders, biochemistry; Amanda Ackerman and Brea-Anna Mullen, communication; Katelyn Hedinger, Jordan Mehringer, Lauren Rennie and Craig Shepherd, exercise science; Tessa Hemmerlein, biology; Melinda Hopf, elementary education; Luci Hulsman, psychology and Erin Kidwell, psychology; Megan O’Brien, special education; Lauren Schnell, athletic training; Hannah Welsh, management; and Kiersten Weyer, music therapy.

• Juniors: Alex Dodson, civil engineering; Connor Fritch, computer science; Anthony Kluemper, biology; and Andrew Schuler, accounting.

• Sophomores: Sydney Bachman, public health; Hannah Hall, criminal justice; and Katelyn Sander and Emma Yarbrough, nursing.

St. Anthony

• Seniors: Hannah Wehr, sociology.

• Sophomores: Connor Luebbehusen, computer engineering.

Santa Claus

• Juniors: Kayla Blake, psychology, and Jonathon Patmore, exercise science.


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