Charleston Southern University
Nichole Diller, Perrysburg, is on the dean’s list for spring semester at Charleston Southern University
after having a 3.5 grade point average for the term.
The university is located in South Caroline.
Davis College
Blair Huber, Bowling Green, was among the students recently honored by Davis College for making the
president’s list for spring term.
Students must maintain a cumulative 3.5 grade point average and complete 24 credit hours to make the
Huber is an administrative professional major.
The college is located in Toledo.
Ohio Northern University
Several students from Wood County have been named to the dean’s list for spring quarter at Ohio Northern
University, after they received a grade point average of 3.5 or better for the term.
Local students on the list included Allison Agoston, Grand Rapids; Thomas Bonsall, Alan Bowsher, Ashton
Dennen, Heidi Huber, Kelsey Kern and Sarah Woelke, all of Bowling Green; James O’Brien and Patti Stiger,
both of Bradner; Rachel Pioch, Northwood; Colton Schulte and Kari Sweeney, of Perrysburg; Lindsey Smith,
Weston; Kyle Stinehart, Pemberville; and Nathan Titkemeier, Luckey.
Baldwin-Wallace College
Kristin Rakas and Emma Werth, both of Bowling Green; and Courtney Ritzler, Fostoria, were named to the
dean’s list for spring semester at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea.
Students who received at least a 3.5 grade point average for seven or more graded hours were named to the
Wake Forest University
Hanna BredenbeckCorp has been named to the dean’s list for spring semester at Wake Forest University in
Winston-Salem, N.C.
She studied abroad in London during the semester, receiving two merit scholarships: the Global Citizens
Scholarship and the Wake Forest Study Abroad Scholarship.
BredenbeckCorp is a rising junior majoring in history with a minor in anthropology. She’s a 2007 graduate
of Perrysburg High School.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Christopher Sladky, Perrysburg, earned the distinction of faculty honors for spring semester at the
Georgia Institute of Technology.
Undergraduate students at Georgia Tech achieving a 4.0 academic average earned the honor.
Kent State University
Emily Carle, of Bowling Green, made the dean’s list in the College of Communication and Information at
Kent State University for spring semester.