Several make dean’s list
The following students made the Tennessee Tech University dean’s list for the spring semester:
Lenoir City — Gracyn Ruth Bailey, Rebecca L. Bonham, Brayleigh Elizabeth Buckner, Grace E. Caughron, Reed H. Couk, Riley A. Davis, Tyler William Dutton, Mackenzie N. Finger, Veronica Gonzalez, Eric James Hall, Desiree E. Heeke, Jacob D. Hill, Grace Noelle Johnson, Abigail F. Kennedy, Ethan D. Largent, Kellen Scott Lee, Joel Matias, Brittany N. Mayfield, Joseph T. Pace, Christina Peshoff, Larson Amber Richardson, Camden M. Rodriguez, Ian A. Shelton, Holden J. Sledge, Kainen R. Stoner, Landon P. Summitt, Noah J. Tilley, Brandon W. Vandergriff, Taylor M. Walker, Garrett Weekley, Kassie D. Welden and Bradley M. Willis.
Loudon — Noah M. Feezell, Dylan J. Freeman, Marlee A. Miller, Colby Richard Waldrop, Jacob A. Woods, Michael David Wright and Kinley J. York.
Greenback — Crystal Marie Bostic, Tavin Joel Kilpatrick, Wyatt Sauder, James R. Scarborough, Sara N. Selvidge, Hunter A. Willis and Mikayla Grace Wood.
Philadelphia — Miranda R. Blasingame, Woodrow R. Loftis and Trisha A. Prater.
Johnson on Cumberlands list
Carolina Johnson of Lenoir City was named to the University of the Cumberlands dean’s list for the spring semester.
Trio on UT Martin roll
Lyla R. Pitarro of Lenoir City and Bailey K. Bridges and Hannah M. Waldrep of Loudon made high honors on the University of Tennessee at Martin chancellor’s honor roll. To make high honor, a student must take at least 12 credit hours and have a grade-point average of 3.50-3.79.
Folger on Union list
Laurel Folger of Greenback was named to the Union University dean’s list for the spring semester.
Jones graduates Mars Hill
Hannah Elizabeth Jones of Lenoir City graduated from Mars Hill (N.C.) University with a bachelor’s degree in computer science.
Finger, Harris inducted
Mackenzie Finger of Lenoir City and Jeffrey Harris of Loudon were initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. Only the top 10% of seniors and 7.5% of juniors are eligible for membership.
Three graduate Alabama
The following students graduated from the University of Alabama:
Loudon — Peyton Smith, bachelor’s degree in human environmental sciences and Harrison Arledge, bachelor’s degree in commerce and business administration.
Greenback — Savannah Stewart, bachelor’s degree in commerce and business administration.
Layton graduates Furman
Branum Layton of Lenoir City graduated from Furman (S.C.) University with a bachelor’s degree in biology.