Radford University Releases Dean’s List for Fall 2021

Radford University Releases Dean’s List for Fall 2021

RADFORD — Radford University has released its Dean’s List for Fall 2021. Appearing on the Dean’s List is the most prestigious academic recognition Radford University students can receive for their performance during a semester.

Students will be placed on the Dean’s List if they meet four specific criteria. They must have 12 semester hours of coursework graded A-F; earn GPA’s of at least 3.4 for all courses not graded on a pass-fail basis; obtain no grade lower than “C”; and no incomplete grades.

The following students were included on the Fall 2021 Dean’s List:

Rhonda Cook, Allied Health Sciences major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Paige Hopkins, Allied Health Sciences major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Makenzie Reno, Allied Health Sciences major from Draper, VA (24324)

Evan Somervell, Allied Health Sciences major from Parrott, VA (24132)

Louisa Paulson, Anthropological Sciences major from Draper, VA (24324)

Sarah Blackburn, Art major from Hiwassee, VA (24347)

Sierra Felty, Biology major from Draper, VA (24324)

Zoe Hannabass, Biology major from DUBLIN, VA (24084)

Haley Jones, Criminal Justice major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Brett Surface, Criminal Justice major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Adam Lane, Cybersecurity major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Jessica Chrisley, English major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Sara O’Dell, Healthcare Administration major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Thomas Kirk, History major from Draper, VA (24324)

Jordan Lytton, Interdisciplinary Studies major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Sidney Jane Nelson, Interdisciplinary Studies major from Draper, VA (24324)

Shannan Saunders, Interdisciplinary Studies major from Allisonia, VA (24347)

Megan Wirt, Interdisciplinary Studies major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Heather Boardwine, Management major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Brian Rabidou, Management major from Hiwassee, VA (24347)

Wesley Spence, Management major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Alexander Welch, Marketing major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Madison Muse, Media Studies major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Alison Moody, Music major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Elizabeth Shelor, Music major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Myles Thomas, Music major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Grace Bailey, Nursing major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Luan Demoraes, Nursing major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Chelsea Doss, Nursing major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Kassidy Fariss, Nursing major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Jacey Lancaster, Nursing major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Leah Lowe, Nursing major from Draper, VA (24324)

Morgan Ryalls, Nursing major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Kaylee Tucker, Nursing major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Kelsey Arnold, Pre-Nursing major from Hiwassee, VA (24347)

Haleigh Brown, Pre-Nursing major from Draper, VA (24324)

Erin Arnold, Psychology major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Avery Chewning, Psychology major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Ember Ward, Psychology major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Mariah White, Recreation, Parks, & Tourism major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Jaelyn Szerokman, Social Science major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Mason Clark, Social Science major from Hiwassee, VA (24347)

Elizabeth King, Social Work major from Draper, VA (24324)

Rebecca Perkins, Social Work major from Pulaski, VA (24301)

Brandon Wall, Sport Management major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Laura McDonald, Surgical Technology major from Dublin, VA (24084)

Meagan Cox, Theatre major from Draper, VA (24324)

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Radford University is a comprehensive public university of 8,998 students that has received national recognition for many of its undergraduate and graduate academic programs, as well as its sustainability initiatives. Well known for its strong faculty/student bonds, innovative use of technology in the learning environment and vibrant student life on a beautiful 211-acre American classical campus, Radford University offers students many opportunities to get involved and succeed in and out of the classroom. With over 300 clubs and organizations, Radford University offers many opportunities for student engagement, leadership development and community service. In addition to robust academic offerings and engaging student experiences on the main campus located in Radford, Virginia, Radford University also offers a clinical-based educational experience for more than 1,100 students living and learning in Roanoke, Virginia as part of Radford University Carilion, a public-private partnership focused on the cutting-edge delivery of health sciences programming, outreach and service.