Spring Dean's List announced at TTU
COOKEVILLEâ€“ Tennessee Tech University is pleased to announce the names of its students included on the Deanâ€™s List for the spring 2008 semester.
Students earn the academic distinction by completing a full course load with a quality point average of 3.1 or better on the universityâ€™s 4.0 scale.
TTU is no stranger to high ratings. U.S. News and World Report magazineâ€™s 2008 Ameri-caâ€™s Best Colleges ranked TTU as a Top Public University in the South for its category and included it among the Best Universities, including both public and private schools, in its category for the South.
In addition, TTU was one of only 165 schools from across the country to recently be included in The Princeton Review â€śAmericaâ€™s Best Value Collegesâ€ť guidebook. The university was also named one of Americaâ€™s 100 Best College Buys by Institu-tional Research and Evaluation Inc.
A member of the Tennessee Board of Regents, TTU offers 44 undergraduate degree and 21 graduate degree programs, including the Ph.D. in engineering, environmental sciences and education.
From Byrdstown: Brandie Renee Buck, James Mitchell Chambers, Elisabeth Nora Delk,
Tyler P. Garrett, Talon Grey Hill, Margaret Louise Holt, Heather Louise Huddleston, Danielle Joyce Latham, Kacee A. Mitchell, Kelsie Gail Mitchell, Danielle M. Poore, Jeannetta Suzanne Pritchard, Jennifer Marie Pritchard, Lisa Dawn Richardson, Micah Martin Smith, Deedee Cheryl Storie, Amber Dawn Upchurch, Ashley Dawn Walton, and Joshua Ray Wright.
From Pall Mall: Lance Adam Beaty, Stephanie Renea King, and Ashley N. West.
From Monroe: Rachel Dawn Cales, Sheila Ann Emberton, Kristin Danielle Hoover, Nicholas Ryan Smith, Brent Lee Thrasher, Cory Lynn Vaughn, and Nicola L. Young.