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More than 2,600 students qualified for the University of Idaho's Dean’s List for the fall 2019 semester, 15 of them from Boundary County.

To be included in 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. The fall 2019 semester ended December 20.

From Bonners Ferry, Dean's List honors went to:

  • Abby L. Davis, School of Agricultural & Life Sciences, Bachelor of Science Animal & Veterinary Science
  • Connor H. Claphan, School of Engineering, Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Daniel J. Robinson, School of Art & Architecture, Bachelor of Science Art and Architecture
  • Kianna M. Higgins, School of Education, Health & Human Science, Bachelor of Science, Education Curriculum & Instruction
  • Malachi D. Mooney-Rivkin, School of Engineering, Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
  • Michael Cardinal, School of Letters Arts & Social Sciences, Bachelor of Science Politics & Philosophy
  • Rachel M. Abraham, School of Natural Resources, Bachelor of Science Fish & Wildlife Sciences
  • Samantha R. Callos, School of Science, Bachelor of Science Physics
  • Shaleyna D. Higgins, School of Education, Health & Human Sciences, Bachelor of Science Movement Sciences
  • Zachary Dennis, School of Business & Economics, Bachelor of Science Business

Evan R. Wasmer, Moyie Springs, attending the School of Natural Resources, seeking a Bachelor of Science degree in Forest, Rangeland & Fire Science, earned dean's list honors.

From Naples, Dean's List honors were awarded:

  • Devin M. Dix, School of Letters Arts & Social Sciences, Bachelor of Science Politics & Philosophy
  • Erica N. Wood, School of Agricultural & Life Sciences, Bachelor of Science, Agricultural & Extension Education
  • Haley J. Wenk, School of Education, Health & Human Science, Bachelor of Science Education Curriculum & Instruction
  • Kevin Gray, School of Natural Resources, bachelor of science in Forest, Rangeland & Fire Science
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