The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

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January 21, 2013

New River recognizes academic achievement

BECKLEY — New River Community and Technical College is pleased to announce the President’s List and Dean’s List students for the fall semester.

In order to be named to the President’s List, students must earn a 4.0 average and carry a minimum of 12 credit hours, not including any developmental classes.

Interim President Merle Dempsey announced that the following students earned the President’s List designation for the fall semester:

Ansted — Debra Grimmett

Danese — Allison Ford

Fayetteville — Clayton Akers, Brandon Mathis, Casey Smith

Hico — Sarah Merritt

Meadow Bridge — Christopher Hicks, Joseph Moul

Mount Hope — Devin Graham, Katie Logan

Oak Hill — James Lewis, Tracy Sawyers

Robson — Rachelle Atkins

Victor — Melissa McClung

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To be named to the Dean’s List, students must earn a 3.25 or higher average grade point average, carry 12 or more college hours, not including developmental classes, and receive no Ds or Fs in any class for the semester.

Dr. Harry R. Faulk, executive vice president and chief academic officer, announced that students earning the Dean’s List distinction for the fall semester are:

Ansted — Tiffany Fox, Carol Holstein

Danese — Leslie Simms, Chelsea White

Fayetteville — Donald Browning, Billie Burk, Shari Elkins, Ashlee Flint, Amanda Haney, Amanda Keenan, Laura Kirk, Debra Murphy, Sherry Neal, Jennifer Smith, Jennifer Stark, Michael Vass

Glen Jean — David Wood

Hico — Regina Crist, Carl Hayes

Meadow Bridge — Kasandra Callison, Peggy Day, Heather Hanshew, Robert Kelly, Caleb Roach

Minden — Tara Eggerichs

Mount Hope — Erica Buchanan, Paula Cline, Anthony Cook, Matthew Mangini, Chyna Stover, Kirstin Wingrove

Oak Hill — Drema Baker, LeeAnn Drennen, Mary Ellison, Amanda Frantz, Elaine Goodman, Jason Janney, Ashley Jones, Charity Leady, Kimberly Miller, John Washburn, Robert Wheeler

Scarbro — Kayla Adkins, Melinda James-Hancock

Spring Dale — Shannon Gwinn

Winona — Traci Jarvis

 

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