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Carter Countians earn honors at the University of Tennessee

Nearly 20 Carter County residents earned a place on the University of Tennessee-Knoxville’s spring Dean’s List.

To qualify for the University of Tennessee Dean’s List, an undergraduate student must earn a term grade point average of 3.80 to 4 for summa cum laude; 3.65 to 3.79 for magna cum laude; or 3.50 to 3.64 for cum laude.

Students must complete at least 12 hours, not counting work taken on a satisfactory/no credit basis, to be eligible.

Students listed as Carter County residents by UT who earned honors, with their hometown, major and honor, were:

Geneva R. Doak, Watauga, engineering, summa cum laude; Lindsey S. Dugger, Elizabethton, business administration, summa cum laude; Abbey K. Elder, Roan Mountain, arts and sciences, summa cum laude; Courtney B. Evans, Elizabethton, agricultural sciences and natural resources, summa cum laude; Megan E. Fetterolf, Elizabethton, arts and sciences, magna cum laude; Melissa A. Freeman, Johnson City, arts and sciences, cum laude; Sumner A. Garland, Elizabethton, arts and sciences, cum laude; Emily E. Harris, Elizabethton, business administration, magna cum laude; William J. Huffman, Johnson City, engineering, cum laude; Preston E. Itaro, Elizabethton, business administration, cum laude; Julia K. Johnson, Butler, engineering, summa cum laude; Zachery T. Markland, Elizabethton, arts and sciences, magna cum laude; Anthony C. Miller, Roan Mountain, arts and sciences, magna cum laude; Michael G. Miller, Elizabethton, agricultural sciences and natural resources, magna cum laude; Chelsia A. Pate, Hampton, business administration, magna cum laude; Austin F. Reed, Watauga, business administration, summa cum laude; Merrilee G. Rogers, Elizabethton, arts and sciences, summa cum laude; Kirsten N. Taylor, Elizabethton, education, health, human sciences, magna cum laude; and Emily M. Thornton, Elizabethton, business administration, magna cum laude.