Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

June 17, 2014

college news

University of Cincinnati

Area students have been named to the University of Cincinnati dean’s list for the spring term.

They include Elliot Bergman, Francis Glaser, Kelly Hamm, Allen McPherson, Emily Morrison, Scott Robbins and Megan Roell, Batesville; Jason Werner, Oldenburg; and Jacob Brunemann, Deirdre Elfers, Adam Frondorf, Elizabeth Rice and Zachary Scholl, Sunman.

Also, Courtney Crabtree, Jarred Meinders, Devin Riley, Karen Schmitt, Kayla Stevens and Bret Stites, Milan; Alicia Volz, Osgood; and Alissa Brack, Courteny Cox, Alex Griffith, Alyssa Newman and Ashley Newman, Brookville.

Several area students also graduated at the end of the spring term.

They are Kelly Hamm, Batesville, and Elizabeth Rice, Sunman, Bachelor of Music degrees from the College Conservatory of Music; Andrea Stoll, Sunman, post-master’s certificate from the College of Nursing; Courtney Crabtree and Elizabeth Huneke, Milan, Associate of Applied Science degrees from Blue Ash College; and Kayla Stevens, Milan, and Brooke Hollenbach, Brookville, Bachelor of Science degrees from the College of Allied Health.

Also, Joseph Boone, Brookville, Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering technology degree from the College of Engineering and Allied Science; Callie Gartenman, Brookville, Master of Education from the College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services; Alex Griffith, Brookville, Bachelor of Science in Design degree from the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning; Meghan Sorrells, Brookville, Bachelor of Science degree from McMicken College of Arts and Sciences; and Nathan Stenger, Brookville, Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Carl H. Lindner College of Business.

Butler University

Area students have been named to the Butler University dean’s list for the spring semester.

They include Alex Dudley, Batesville, an elementary education major; Mike Hoeing, Batesville, an exploratory COB major; Samantha Kirschner, Batesville, a pre-pharmacy major; Grant Meyers, Batesville, a marketing major; Alex Johnson, Oldenburg, a pre-health sciences major; Arielle Noel, Milan, a middle/secondary education major; and Kelly Borter, Holton, a marketing major.

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