Ohio Universiry releases dean’s list


ATHENS— More than 8,400 students qualified for the fall semester 2020 dean’s list at Ohio University, including main and regional campuses.

Over 40 states were represented on the dean’s list, including Arizona, Connecticut, California, Florida, Illinois, Rhode Island, Texas and Ohio. Students also represented Ireland, Egypt, France, Germany, Japan, Canada and many other countries.

Students included on the dean’s list were Trent Langenkamp, Versailles, College of Arts and Sciences; Claire Keiser, Rossburg, College of Arts and Sciences; Courtney Batten, Versailles, College of Arts and Sciences; Emily Mcclure, Versailles, College of Arts and Sciences; Alice Schmiesing, Minster, College of Arts and Sciences; Kaycie Wissman, Minster, College of Arts and Sciences; Brook Gaydosh, Anna, College of Business; Taylor Spence, Anna, College of Business; Lauren Heaton, Sidney, College of Business; Lauren Birkmeyer, Houston, College of Fine Arts; Nathan Poeppelman, Anna, College of Fine Arts; Jordyn Cherry, Brookville, College of Fine Arts; Allison Roush, Sidney, College of Fine Arts; Alicia Weadock, New Knoxville, College of Health Sciences and Professions; Leah Kelsey, DeGraff, College of Health Sciences and Professions; Shay O’Reilly, Houston, College of Health Sciences and Professions; Lisa Spaugy, Sidney, College of Health Sciences and Professions; Meghan Bell, Sidney, College of Health Sciences and Professions; Damian Wright, Sidney, College of Health Sciences and Professions; Mackensie Littlefield, Anna, Russ College of Engineering and Technology; Jonah Brautigam, Sidney, Russ College of Engineering and Technology; Nathanial Bulle, Sidney, Russ College of Engineering and Technology; Maxwell Pelletier, Minster, Russ College of Engineering and Technology; Adam Hawkins, New Knoxville, Russ College of Engineering and Technology; Helena Faulder, DeGraff, Scripps College of Communication; Avery Allison, Jackson Center, University College; Justin Mox, Minster, University College.

Due to COVID-19, Ohio students who earned 12 semester hours of credit, including at least six hours attempted for letter grades, with a minimum grade point average of at least 3.5 achieved this distinction.