Immanuel Manohar, of Spokane, has received a doctorate of philosophy degree from the University of Alabama.
The University of Idaho announced its summer graduates. Area students are listed alphabetically by their hometown in Idaho.
Bonners Ferry – Coral A. Branson, Masters of Education, curriculum and instruction.
Coeur d’Alene – Hunter V. Strobel, Master of Music Education, instrumental emphasis; Jamie L. Wold, Bachelor of Science, geological science – physical geology; John R. Randall, Bachelor of Science, biochemistry; Rose M. Wildwood, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Michael M. Penn, Bachelor of Science in Business, marketing emphasis; Robert Carne, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Cody J. Steven, Doctor of Philosophy, geology.
Dalton Gardens – Jakob J. Lynn, Bachelor of Science in Business, business economics.
Harrison – Olivia J. Esser, Master of Accountancy.
Hayden – Elaine H. Cockle, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Kirk D. McKenzie, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Zachary Waite, Bachelor of Science in Business, finance accounting.
Osburn – Hollee M. Warren, Bachelor of Science of Exercise, Sport and Health Sciences, pre-physical therapy.
Pinehurst – Leah R. White, Master of Music Education, educational leadership.
Post Falls – Amberlea K. Lewis, Bachelor of Science, advertising; Colin J. Burkhalter, Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Emily D. Stoeser, Bachelor of Science, public relations; Emily L. Carter, Bachelor of Science, psychology – sociology-criminology emphasis; Karl Michael R. Rehrmann, Bachelor of Arts, history; Landen Butterfield, Bachelor of Science, geography; Matthew J. Lebsock, Bachelor of Science in Business, operations management; Nicholas M. Dimico, Bachelor of Science, broadcasting and digital media.
Rathdrum – Jessica Freitas, Master of Accountancy.
Sandpoint – Janaye A. Hutchison, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Kathryn D. Skidmore, Bachelor of Music, music business – arts administration emphasis; Vivianne R. Ehly, Master of Accountancy.
Spirit Lake – Gwen E. Sincerbeaux, Bachelor of Science, mathematics – applied mathematical biology; Ian D. Broxson, Bachelor of General Studies.
St. Maries – Elsa M. Krier, Master of Science, adult, organizational learning and leadership.
Anna-Maria Rehwaldt, of Nine Mile Falls, qualified for the spring Dean’s List at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, requiring a minimum GPA of 3.4 in all courses.
Biola University, in La Mirada, California, has announced its spring Dean List. The following students area students qualified by achieving a cumulative GPA of at least 3.2: Brooke Fager, Claire Love, Bethany Perine, Jordan Rabe, Anna Tibbetts, Emma Vandine, all of Spokane, Courtney Jackson, of Liberty Lake; Charlotte McKinley, of Spokane Valley; and Bradie Mathews, of Mead.
Graceland University student-athlete Abigail Karlis, of Fairfield, was named a 2019-20 Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athlete for women’s volleyball. The Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athlete program recognizes NAIA student-athletes with junior or senior status with a 3.5 or higher cumulative GPA.
Grace Link, of Coeur d’ Alene, was included on the summer Dean’s List at Kirkwood Community College, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, for achieving a 3.3 or higher cumulative GPA.
Steve Feiereisen of Spokane Valley, has been named to the Chancellor’s List at Troy University, in Troy, Alabama, for achieving a 4.0 GPA while being registered for 12 semester hours.
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