The University of Idaho is pleased to make available the 2020 Spring Dean’s List. A total of 2,449 students qualified for the Dean’s List for the spring 2020 semester, which ended May 15. To qualify for the Dean’s List, U of I students must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA on a minimum of 12 graded credits during the semester.

From Bonners Ferry,

Abby L. Davis, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Animal & Veterinary Science

Jordan B. Burt, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Animal & Veterinary Science

Daniel J. Robinson, College of Art & Architecture, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Art and Architecture

Sarah M. Abraham, College of Business & Economics, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business

Zachary Dennis, College of Business & Economics, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business

Kianna M. Higgins, College of Education, Health & Human Sciences, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Education Curriculum & Instruction

Shaleyna D. Higgins, College of Education, Health & Human Sciences, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Movement Sciences

Malachi D. Mooney-Rivkin, College of Engineering, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Michael Cardinal, College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Politics & Philosophy

Rachel M. Abraham, College of Natural Resources, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Fish & Wildlife Sciences

Samantha R. Callos, College of Science, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Physics

From Moyie Springs, Evan R. Wasmer, College of Natural Resources, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Forest, Rangeland & Fire Science.

From Naples

Erica N. Wood, College of Agriculturer & Life Sciences, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural & Extension Education

Haley J. Wenk, College of Education, Health & Human Sciences, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Education Curriculum & Instruction

From Libby, Brian D. Peck, College of Engineering, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil & Environmental Engineering.

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