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Local Students Named to Tennessee Tech Dean’s List
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Tennessee Technological University has announced students named to the [insert term] dean’s list, which includes students from DeKalb County, TN.

The dean’s list recognizes academic performers across the university’s eight academic colleges and schools. To be included on the list, a student must attend the university full time and earn a grade-point average of at least 3.1 on the 4.0 scale.

Among local recipients are Tina R Abston, Briona A Agee               , Jake Michael Ashburn, Allie M Beshearse, Makaila Anne Bradford, Emily Hope Burklow, Jenna L Cantrell, Megan Emilee Cantrell, Caden P Close, Emme K Colwell    , Matthew D Cook, Olivia Grace Cook, Sophie R Cripps, Caitlyn Diane Crook, Corina Mata Crook, Nathaniel P Crook, Silas M Cross, Alexis Catherine Cudney, Hannah E Culwell, Lydia Grace Davenport, Julia Grace Dziekiewicz, Dexton B Emberton, Skylar Mckinlee Fuson, Jessilyn Ariel Griffith, Haidyn R Hale, Peyton A Harris, Nathan Luke Hopkins, Jacob T Hough, Luke A Jenkins, Emma Brooke Jennings, Braedon C Jett, Jacob Lee Johnson, Trey C Jones, Madison S Judkins, Jasper D Kleparek, Madison F Mick         , Christopher B Mitchell, Evan T Morse, Anthony T Mullins, Braya S Murphy, Colter A Norris, Alyssa Jade Owen, Jason Anthony Perricone, Lydia Catherine Phillips, Joni L Robinson, Daniel Martin Rodriguez, Mya K Ruch, Natalie M Snipes , Kiley I Speaks, Mackenzie L Sprague, Kiley F Staley, Alley E Sykes, Chloe E Sykes, Holly Nicole Tayes, Justin D Trapp, Steve D Trapp, Savannah M Westbrook, Aidan G Whitman, and Hannah X Willingham.

Tennessee Technological University also announced students earning degrees, which includes students from DeKalb County, TN.

Among local graduates are Connor B Adcock, Olivia Grace Cook, Haden G Cripps, Sophie R Cripps, Elizabeth G Guinn, John D Maynard, Madison F Mick, Anthony T Mullins, William S Pursell, Blake A Richardson, and Derek J Young.

Tennessee Tech is ranked as a “Best National University” by U.S. News & World Report. The university offers more than 200-plus programs of study, and Tech grads leave with the least debt of all public universities in the state. In fact, based on total cost and alumni earnings, Tech provides students with the highest return on investment for any public university in Tennessee, according to PayScale.