Jan 15, 2020 12:23 PM

NCTA names Dean's List, Honor Roll

Posted Jan 15, 2020 12:23 PM

By NCTA News

CURTIS, Neb. – Fourteen students at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture at Curtis had perfect 4.0 grade point averages for the fall semester.

An additional 51 Aggie students were named to the NCTA Honor Roll with a GPA of 3.5-3.99.

“We challenged students in the classroom, laboratories and their academic enhancement activities throughout the fall semester and they met those academic goals,” said NCTA Interim Dean Kelly Bruns.

Students must be fulltime enrollees, with at least 12 credit hours for the semester to be eligible for the designation by NCTA, the sole two-year degree program of the University of Nebraska system.

NCTA Deans List:  (4.0 GPA, Nebraska students unless state is noted)

Tiffany Dickau, Elwood

Alexandra Hazuka, McDonald, Kansas

Cari Howell, Lewiston

Emily Kammerer, Sutherland

Dalton Keller, Torrington, Wyo.

Lillyanne Lewis, Ord

Mariah Mulvey, Fort Collins, Colo.

Alexis Penna, Holley, New York

Faith Spratlen, Denton

Jarrod Tuttle, Eltopia, Washington

Paige Twohig, Funk

Addison Villwok, Randolph

Anna Whyman, Lincoln

Ashley Nicole Wright, LeRoy, Kansas

NCTA Dean’s Honor Roll:  (3.5-3.99 GPA, Nebraska students unless noted)

Helen Albaugh, Fallon, Nevada

Krista Albers, North Platte

Madalyn Anderson, Curtis

Trevin Arnold, Fairbury

Ethan Aschenbrenner, Scottsbluff

Annie Bassett, Gothenburg

Avery Bermel, Randolph

Joli Brown, Waverly

Chase Callahan, Farnam

Andrew Cast, Beaver Crossing

Caprice Christianson, Greenbush, Minnesota

Ashley Connell, Newport

Angela Crouse, Haigler

Shelby Dismuke, Pine, Colo.

Jaci Edis, Mullen

Rylee Ehmke, Avoca

Trisha Fox, Curtis

Cade Francis, Imperial

Courtney Galloway, Nenzel

Jorge Gamboa, McCook

Jenna Garver, Hastings

Samantha Gray, Superior

Gilberto Herrera, Lexington

Emily Hubbell, Lexington

Jacob Jenkins, Mitchell

Bailey Johnson, Hastings

Jo Cee Johnston, Royal

Michael Keeling, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Jocelyn Kennicutt, Gothenburg

Noah Lake, Oshkosh

Taylor Lambrecht, Wood River

Erica Lumsden, Luck, Wisconsin

Kohltin Lund, Bridgeport

Paige McKenzie, Fairbury

Clayton Monheiser, Hershey

Lauren Nichols, Scottsbluff

Lucinda Overweg, White Lake, S.D.

Darcy Ramos Stewart, Lexington

Darci Reimers, Boelus

Elianna Sandberg, Stratton

Taylor Sayer, Cambridge

Amanda Schmidt, Stanton

Madison Schnase, Lincoln

Brianna Schuck, Harvard

Morgan Schuh, Melbourne, Iowa

Trenton Schumm, Ayr

Jacqueline Sjulin, Omaha

Matthew Stichka, Mullen

Bryce Tobiassen, Hildreth

Ashley Wells, Phillipsburg, Kansas

Emmaly Wright, Cozad

The University of Nebraska’s NCTA is a technical agriculture college offering two-year degrees, certificates and dual credit programs.

NCTA offers classes solely in agriculture, agricultural mechanics, agribusiness and veterinary technology. Courses include campus and online classes, as well as dual credit courses for high school students.

Classes resumed Monday for the spring semester and will conclude with graduation on May 7. For information, see ncta.unl.edu or call 1-800-3-CURTIS.