Wright State students earn dean’s list honors


DAYTON – More than 2,600 Ohio students at Wright State University earned dean’s list honors during the fall 2020 semester, based on their grade point averages.

All students must take 12 or more credit hours and must have achieved at least a 3.5 GPA to be placed on the dean’s list.

Among the students to make the dean’s list were Dylan Albers, of Anna, mechanical engineering; Adam Barger, of Anna, computer science; Carly Barhorst, of Minster, medical laboratory science; Lindsey Barhorst, of Anna, nursing; Drew Benanzer, of Fort Loramie, mechanical engineering; Jackie Bensman, of Conover, business economics; Katie Bensman, of Conover, middle childhood education; Nora Beresik, of Fort Loramie, nursing; Alex Bergman, of Botkins, mechanical engineering; Derek Bergman, of New Bremen, supply chain management; Tara Berning, of New Bremen, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Sean Besecker, of Fort Loramie, electrical engineering; Cassandra Blanco, of Minster, psychology; Emily Bohman, of Russia, middle childhood education; Mikayla Bohman, of Versailles, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Shelby Bohman, of Fort Loramie, nursing; Lisa Borges, of Minster, nursing; Adam Bornhorst, of Fort Loramie, integrated science studies; Ashley Bowers, of New Bremen, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Eric Bowers, of New Bremen, general business; Abigail Brown, of Minster, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Cameron Brunswick, of Osgood, crime and justice studies; Erin Burdiss, of Sidney, earth and environmental sciences; Konnor Burmeister, of Botkins, social science education; Samuel Burtch, of New Bremen, technical and applied studies; Isaac Buschur, of New Weston, nursing; Brayden Collier, of Anna, electrical engineering; Jenna Cordonnier, of Russia, human resource management; Madison Courter, of Russia, middle childhood education; Cierra Cozad, of Houston, middle childhood education; Ryan Daulton, of Sidney, communication studies; Charles Davis, of Minster, general business; Courtney Davis, of Minster, technical and applied studies; Renae Deardurff, of De Graff, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Brooke Dicke, of New Bremen, psychology; Alexa Didier, of Versailles, business; Lindsey Didier, of Versailles, nursing; Christopher Elchert, of Jackson Center, finance; Kaitlyn Ellison, of Piqua, industrial and human factors engineering; Kaitlyn Ellison, of Piqua, industrial and systems engineering; Austin Felice, of Minster, English; Jessica Fledderjohann, of New Bremen, crime and justice studies; Ashley Fogt, of Sidney, biomedical engineering; Alana Gariety, of Russia, technical and applied studies; Audrey Gariety, of Russia, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Kelli Gatchell, of Botkins, unspecified; Logan Gigandet, of Fort Loramie, marketing; Kennedie Goubeaux, of Houston, technical and applied studies; Sydney Greer, of Sidney, technical and applied studies; Nolan Greve, of Botkins, general business; Abigail Grilliot, of Houston, crime and justice studies; Alexander Grilliot, of Versailles, electrical engineering; Noah Guillozet, of Fort Loramie, mechanical engineering; John Haehn, of Botkins, technical study; Lauren Hagelberger, of Minster, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Kylie Hartle, of Jackson Center, mechanical laboratory science; Braden Heitkamp, of Jackson Center, mechanical engineering; Lucas Heitkamp, of New Bremen, management; Makayla Henegar, of New Knoxville, technical and applied studies; Danielle Hesson, of Versailles, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Noureddine Hijazi, of Sidney, computer science; Alexis Hobbs, of Sidney, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Hannah Hollinger, of Sidney, nursing; Emily Holt, of Botkins, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Melyssa Homan, of Botkins, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Taylor Kauffman, of Sidney, graphics and multimedia design; James Keller, of Fort Loramie, technical and applied studies; Courtney Kemper, of Minster, general business; Tyler Kies, of Houston, medical laboratory science; Daniel King, of Sidney, computer science; Grace Knapke, of Minster, technical and applied studies; Rebecca Knapke, of Versailles, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Jake Kovacs, of Anna, mechanical engineering; Hannah Kuether, of Minster, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Danielle Kunk, of Versailles, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Caitlin Lammers, of New Knoxville, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Emily Langenkamp, of Rossburg, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Cori Lawrence, of Versailles, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Makenna Luedeke, New Knoxville, technical and applied studies; Austin Luthman, of Sidney, mechanical engineering; Cole Luthman, of Versailles, technical and applied studies; Kylie Lyons, of Versailles, middle childhood education; Riley Mangas, of Anna, mechanical engineering; Joseph Maurer, of New Bremen, general business; Parker Maurer, of Botkins, technical study; Erica May, of Sidney, technical and applied studies; Shannon McCabe, of New Knoxville, technical and applied studies; Avery McEldowney, of Versailles, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Claira McEldowney, of Russia, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Courtney McEldowney, of Versailles, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Grace McEldowney, of Versailles, middle childhood education; Kelsie McKinney, of Anna, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Austin Meyer, of Anna, mechanical engineering; Emma Michael, of Sidney, technical and applied studies; Hannah Michael, of Sidney, psychology; Broc Miller, of Minster, mechanical engineering; Anthony Mitchell, of Sidney, computer science; Mitchell Moeller, of New Bremen, undecided; Jonathan Moorman, of Versailles, mechanical engineering; Tate Myers, of New Bremen, general business; Erica Niekamp, of New Bremen, general business; Elizabeth Ording, of Versailles, information technology and cybersecurity; Ethan Otting, of Minster, technical and applied studies; Madison Pape, of New Bremen, technical and applied studies; Alexander Partington, of Minster, mechanical engineering; Bethany Paul, of New Bremen, nursing; Koby Paul, of New Bremen, mechanical engineering; Sydney Paul, of New Bremen, accountancy; Rachel Pinchot, of Versailles, nursing; Rebecca Pinchot, of Versailles, nursing; Cole Pitchford, of Sidney, crime and justice studies; Alaina Pleiman, of Fort Loramie, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Zachary Pleiman, of Fort Loramie, mechanical engineering; Noah Poeppelman, of Minster, finance; Megan Powers, of New Bremen, technical and applied studies; Olivia Pulfer, of Anna, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Conner Reed, of Versailles, middle childhood education; Corryna Rutter, of Houston, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Caden Schulze, of Versailles, accountancy; Andrew Scully, of Sidney, mechanical engineering; Mark Seger, of Minster, mechanical engineering; Laney Shaw, of Sidney, English; Kenny Simindinger, of New Bremen, organizational leadership; Cassidy Smith, of New Bremen, general business; Bryce Sosby, of Jackson Center, industrial and systems engineering; Alana Speelman, of New Bremen, nursing; Kayla St. Pierre, of New Bremen, human resource management; Dylan Steinke, of New Knoxville, information technology and cybersecurity, Lauren Stephens, of Anna, financial services; Benjamin Strang, of New Bremen, integrated science studies; Cassandra Suttles, of Sidney, English; Abbi Thieman, of New Bremen, of finance; Kalysta Thobe, of Versailles, nursing; Kourtney Truax, of Sidney, social work; Darren Turner, of Fort Loramie, elementary education preschool through fifth grade; Audrey Voisard, of Versailles, marketing; Grace Wehrman, of Fort Loramie, technical and applied studies; Jamie Westgerdes, of Minster, middle childhood education; Hallie Whitten, of New Bremen, crime and justice studies; Madelyn Wiseman, of Sidney, music education; Brandon Wray, of Sidney, English; Jacob Wuebker, of Versailles, technical and applied studies; and Katie Wuebker, of Minster, public health.