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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Feb 17, 2006    #025
Contact: Michelle Hopkins
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UMKC announces Dean's List for fall 2005 semester; 11 students are from Wyandotte County

The University of Missouri-Kansas City has released the names of students who made the Dean’s List for the just-completed Fall 2005 semester. A total of 591 students made the list; 11 students are from Wyandotte County, Kan.

The Dean’s List, announced at the end of each semester, indicates those full-time undergraduate students taking a minimum of 12 graded credit hours of coursework who ranked in the top 10 percent of enrolled students. Classes being taken under the credit/no credit option do not qualify as part of the 12 graded credit hours. The university annotates the permanent academic records of students making the Dean’s List to reflect this distinction.

Wyandotte County students on the Fall 2005 Dean’s List at UMKC are listed below by city, classification, and academic unit/declared major:

Bonner Springs Aaron Marmon, senior, College of Arts & Sciences/Liberal Arts

Kansas City (Ks.) Paul Batinic, junior, School of Computing and Engineering/Electrical and Computer Engineering Christopher Chandler, junior, School of Education/Pre-Education, Secondary Education James Gaupp, senior, School of Computing and Engineering/Computer Science Camille Gray, junior, College of Arts & Sciences/Spanish Marilyn Kennedy, senior, College of Arts & Sciences/English Joshua Lehne, senior, College of Arts & Sciences/Art History Allen Peacher, junior, College of Arts & Sciences/History Lesley Rauter, junior, College of Arts & Sciences/Communication Studies Karen Rehm, senior, Conservatory of Music/Music Sarah Sylvester, senior, College of Arts & Sciences/History The University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC), one of four University of Missouri campuses, is a public university serving more than 14,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students. UMKC engages with the community and economy based on a three-part mission: visual and performing arts, health sciences, and urban affairs.

 

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