Tennessee Tech

More than 4,160 students earned top academic performance honors by being named to Tennessee Tech University’s dean’s list for the fall 2020 semester.

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 GPA of at least 3.1 on the 4.0 scale.

More than 700 degrees were awarded in December to women and men who came to Tech from 95 counties throughout Tennessee, as well as several other states and countries.

Those earning undergraduate degrees represent 41 fields of study, and those receiving graduate degrees represent 28 fields of study.

Local students on the fall 2020 dean’s list included:

Megan Ayres, Scarlett Barnes, Natalia Bevers, Madeline Boyanton, Bryan Boyd, David Bradford, Neriah Charlton, Richard Colbert, Matthew Coulson, Adriana Cruz, Amber Daniel, Kelly Denton, Andrea Dietz, Joshua Foster, Luke Garner, Pearson Garner, Kayla Gipson, Courtney Hanger, Hannah Henley, Darrick Hunt, Matthew Kreidenweis, John Land, Victoria McCollough, Skylar McGee, James Morrison, Blake Pickett, Allyson Popovich, Jessie Prince, Jonah Ralston, John Rampy, Shaylee Rhea, Haley Roberts, Alissa Robinson, Tara Schmidt, Jordan Sells, Sean Smith, Christopher Staples, Cole Stovall, Jessica Stubblefield, Leanne Turpin, Liesal Wall, Lyndsey Wall, Tate Wallace, Taylor Warmbrod, Kristopher Wilkerson and Autumn Winston.

Local students who graduated in fall 2020 included:

Kayla Garner, Courtney Hanger, James Morrison, Shaylee Rhea, Tara Schmidt, Sean Smith and Cole Stovall.