Gustavus Adolphus College vice president for admission and financial aid, Mark Anderson, and the college’s entire admission staff announced the incoming class for the 2010-11 academic year. Superior native Andrew Heytens has garnered the college’s Dean’s Scholarship, which provides $4,000 to $14,000 annually, recognizing students who show academic achievement, service, and/or leadership in their high schools, churches, and communities.
Nathan Nelson of Poplar was awarded the Old-Brule Heritage Society Scholarship. A 2010 graduate of Northwestern high School, Nelson plans to attend the Liberty University located in Lynchburg, Va. He will work towards a degree in youth ministry and becoming a youth pastor. Nelson is the son of Rev. Darrell and Cindy Nelson of Poplar.
The Twin Ports Chapter Construction Specification Institute has presented Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College-Superior with a $2,500 gift toward its scholarship endowment. The endowment will support four annual scholarship awards to students enrolled in WITC’s Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning, and Technical Studies programs.
Katelyn Garlewski of Superior was named to the dean’s list at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for the spring semester of the 2009-2010 school year.
Zakary James Reynolds of Lake Nebagamon and Adam Barry Hammerbeck of Superior were named to the spring semester 2010 dean’s list at St. Norbert College.
A number of local students have been named to the spring semester 2010 dean’s list at the University of Minnesota Duluth. They include Aaron D. Hallsten of Maple and Superior residents Christopher P. Blake, David J. Gall, Alexander M. Hagstrom, Timothy D. Harstad, Marissa Johnsen, Taylor M. Kosey, Danielle E. O’Connell, Joseph H. Reichert, Britinee M. Rikkola, Cherene P. Runions, William S. Santori, Nolan J. Van Damme and Jean-Baptiste Quillien.
Timothy Smith of Superior was named to the 2010 spring dean’s list at Riverland Community College.
Keegan T. Ilenda a pharmacy major and Nhia Yang a biological sciences major was named to the 2010 spring dean’s list at North Dakota State University.
Stacey Edgette, 2006 graduate of Superior High School, graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire on May 22. She earned a bachelor of science degree from the College of Education and Human Sciences with a major in kinesiology-movement studies emphasis and a minor in gerontology. Her parents are Gordy and Jill Edgette of Superior.
Evan Jones of Superior received a bachelor of arts in physical education at New England College in Henniker, NH, on May 15.