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Local students named to UD dean’s list

DAYTON — The University of Dayton has released its dean’s list for the spring 2015.

The following local undergraduate students are being honored for achieving a minimum 3.5 GPA for the semester.

Emily Braisted, of Tipp City, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Meggan Bridgett, of Tipp City, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Gabrielle Castaldo, of Troy, in the School of Business Administration

Kassandra DeMoss, of Troy, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Kenton Dickison, of Pleasant Hill, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Bailey Flora, of Tipp City, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Katherine Gross, of Tipp City, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Alan Huels, of Troy, in the School of Engineering

Sydney Jackson, of Tipp City, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Kerrie Josefovsky, of Piqua, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Kaitlynn McCawley, of Piqua, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Kevin McElroy, of Piqua, in the School of Engineering

Bailey Myers, of Tipp City, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Jared Neely, of Troy, in the School of Engineering

Cassandra Rice, of Troy, in the School of Business Administration

Mackenzie Rice, of Troy, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Nicole Richardson, of Troy, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Jenna Schairbaum, of Tipp City, in the School of Engineering

Madeleine Schneider, of Piqua, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Elle Seiss, of Piqua, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Morgan Taylor, of Troy, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Craig Timms, of Troy, in the School of Engineering

Ethan Vantilburg, of Tipp City, in the School of Engineering

Jordan Watson, of Tipp City, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Tyler West, of Troy, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Brandon Long, of Troy, in the School of Engineering

Michelle Mathile, of Tipp City, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Whitney Smith, of Troy, in the School of Education & Health Sciences

Benjamin Woodruff, of Troy, in the College of Arts & Sciences

Spring 2015 Kent State grads announced

KENT — Kent State University awards more than 5,500 degrees, with 1,445 accompanying institutional honors, and including 1,919 associate degrees, 2,657 bachelor’s degrees, 803 master’s degrees, 141 doctoral degrees, and four educational specialist degrees.

Carol Coate of Laura graduated with a master of library and information science from the College of Communication and Information.

Charlotte Weideman of Troy graduated with a bachelor of science from the College of the Arts.

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