More than 20 Roscoe and Rockton students made the Dean's List at UW-Whitewater and U-Rock

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The following local college students were named to the Dean's List at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, receiving a grade point average of 3.4 or above for the 2021 fall semester. The list includes students at the UW-Whitewater at Rock County campus in Janesville, WI, at the College of Integrated Studies.

Sydney Hood

ROCKTON

  • Brett Beuthin who is studying General Management
  • Katie Bielski who is studying Elementary Education
  • Sydney Hood who is studying Psychology
  • Adam Humphries who is studying Business Analytics
  • Bindi Patel who is studying Finance
  • Marie Schroeder who is studying Elementary Education
  • Jacob Simmonds who is studying Mathematics Education
Amelia Ford

ROSCOE

  • Natalie DeWitt who is studying Biology Education
  • Ali Dinnel who is studying Criminology
  • Lance Dutenhafer who is studying Social Work
  • Amelia Ford who is studying Elementary Education
  • Myrissa Foss who is studying Elementary Education
  • Aaron Frank who is studying History Education
  • Katie Glime who is studying Biology
  • Mallory Green who is studying Elementary Education
  • Parker Hearne who is studying Mathematics Education
  • Lauryn Johnson who is studying Elementary Education
  • Miranda Johnson who is studying Music Education
  • Eli Lengjak who is studying Criminology
  • Johanna Melton who is studying English Education
  • Carson Tucker who is studying Liberal Arts (associate degree)
Miranda Johnson


"I want to extend my congratulations to every student who set high academic standards for the fall semester and achieved a high grade point meriting recognition through the college Dean's List," said John Chenoweth, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. "We are very proud of you! I encourage you to keep up the good work during the spring semester."

About 11,500 students are currently enrolled at the university's Whitewater and Rock County campuses. Of that number, 3,558 students were selected for the Dean's List for the fall semester.

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