Dr. Susan Larson, dean of Concordia College, Moorhead, has announced the names of students whose superior academic achievement during the second semester of the 2019-20 academic year placed them on the Concordia dean’s honor list.

Among those honored for their accomplishment were:

  • Victoria Branden, Audubon;

  • Molly Buhr, Detroit Lakes;

  • Brittany Ginnaty, Detroit Lakes;

  • Katie Glander, Detroit Lakes;

  • Madison Hagen, Detroit Lakes;

  • Connor Haugrud, Detroit Lakes;

  • Cassandra Jenson, Detroit Lakes;

  • Jacob Kerzman, Detroit Lakes;

  • Maycen Kirchner, Detroit Lakes;

  • Nicholas Larson, Detroit Lakes;

  • Aaron Oakes, Detroit Lakes;

  • Ryan Paskey, Detroit Lakes;

  • Emily Smith, Detroit Lakes;

  • Lauren Tschider, Detroit Lakes;

  • Delaney Matejka, Frazee;

  • Elise Grabinger, Lake Park;

  • Erin Grabinger, Lake Park;

  • Samantha Sabin, Menahga;

  • Jacob Clements, Osage;

  • Andre Schaum, Osage;

  • Skye Spindler, Waubun.

“We offer our congratulations to these students on their academic accomplishments and are grateful for the many ways they have enriched our campus community,” said Dr. Larson.

To qualify for the dean's honor list at Concordia, students must carry a minimum of 12 semester credits and have a grade point average of at least a 3.7 on a 4.0 scale.

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