The following students from Mooresville achieved dean’s list distinction for the spring semester at Appalachian State University:
Austin Grant Simmons, cell/molecular biology, senior; Peyton Grace Smith, anthropology, junior; Ashley Lynne Thomasson, communication science and disorders, sophomore; Joe Deonte Wilkes, marketing, senior; Mairead Catherine Wyatt, marketing and promotion, senior; and Robert Thomas Zullo, American politics, junior.
The following students from Mooresville earned chancellor’s list honors for the spring semester at Appalachian State University:
Amanda Taylor Altomare, elementary education, senior; Alexandra Nicole Berg, communications public relations, sophomore; Rebecca Claire Boyles, elementary education, junior; Nicole Ashley Brice, communications, electronic media/broadcast, senior; Kristin M. Brown, exercise science, junior; Randy Thomas Cloninger, management, senior; Emily R. Densley, adapted curriculum K-12, senior; Caitlyn Anne Duncan, community and regional planning, sophomore; Aaron Priest Fyler, recording and production, sophomore; Jamie Lynn Gallo, undecided, sophomore; Haylee Melinda Hartzog, social work, junior; Carly Lucinda Lawing, interior design, sophomore; Emma Rose Lawrence, accounting, sophomore; Stephanie Rae Lemons, economics, senior; Addison Rae Lineberger, nursing, sophomore; Anneliese Catherine LoVullo, music therapy, senior; Saige Elizabeth Roberts, elementary education, senior; Katherine Jane Robinson, communication studies, senior; Malory Jane Schultz, computer information systems, junior; Margaret Elizabeth Steranko, communication science and disorders, senior; Alayna Nicole Taylor, sociocultural anthropology, senior; David Alan Thornton, architectural tech & design, senior; and Christian Ray Tuttle, ecology, evolution and environmental biology, senior
Mercer University recently announced the president’s list for the spring 2018 semester. It included Benjamin Lehe of Mooresville, a senior in the school of engineering.
Students graduate from universities
The following Mooresville students graduated in May.
Caten Marie Murphy received a Bachelor of Science of commerce business administration from University of Alabama.
Bryan Watt graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree for sport leadership and management from Miami University.
Michael Burton was awarded a Bachelor of Science of business administration degree in management from Kutztown University.