Area students recognized

The following local students were recently recognized by their colleges and universities.

  • Katrina Womack, of Huntersville, graduated from Widener University with a master of education in English and language arts education.

  • Sydney Antolini, of Huntersville, graduated from the University of Dayton with a bachelor of science in education and health sciences.

  • Nicholas Graves, of Huntersville, earned the distinction of faculty honors for  being an undergraduate with a semester academic average of 4.0 during spring 2016 at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

  • Patrick Panuski, of Davidson, made the dean’s list at the Georgia Institute of Technology for spring 2016.

  • At Clemson University, the following students were named to the president’s list: Daniel Leonard Battle, of Charlotte, whose major is computer science; Quinn Nathaniel Augustine, of Cornelius, civil engineering; Carolyn M. Hynes, of Cornelius, animal and veterinary sciences; Megan E. Bannister, of Davidson, nursing; Kyle M. Kerby, of Huntersville, computer engineering; Kelli Marisa King, of Huntersville, industrial engineering; Blake E. McCall, of Huntersville, financial management; and Stephany Rose Spano, of Huntersville, animal and veterinary sciences.

  • The following students were named to Clemson University’s dean’s list: Lindsay C. Jones, of Charlotte, who is majoring in biological sciences; Kelli J. Porter, of Cornelius, elementary education; Joseph R. Zuhosky, of Cornelius, financial management; Annabel B. Bannister, of Davidson, nursing; Stephen Jameson Behnke, of Huntersville, biochemistry; Kelsey M. Heath, of Huntersville, communication studies; Eric P. Kramlick, of Huntersville, management; and Allison Nicole Miller, of Huntersville, marketing.

  • Saul Sheck, of Cornelius, earned a master of science in education administration and Amelia Rae Burnette, of Huntersville, earned a bachelor of general studies in criminal justice from Fort Hays State University.

  • Abby R. Higgenbotham, of Davidson, was named to Georgia Southern University's 2016 spring dean's list.

  • Mariana Laney, of Huntersville, graduated from Kent State University with a master of science from the College of Communication & Information.

  • Derek Uri Hirsch, from Cornelius, earned a 4.0 GPA from Wofford College and made the dean’s list for the spring 2016 semester.


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