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Local students included in national dean's list
More than two dozen students from the Madison and Madison County area are among the approximately 140,000 students included in the 25th annual edition of The National Dean's List 2001-2002. Students are selected for this honor by their college deans, registrars or honor society advisors and must be in the upper 10 percent of their class, on their school's dean's list or have earned a comparable honor. They are able to compete for $50,000 in scholarship awards funded by the publisher. Area students named to the list include: Kristeen Baker, Courtney Blume, Rebecca Darmer, Asia Hollinshed, Daniel Hubbard, Nancy Hurlock, Laura Moore, Robert Moss, Siddharta Nandi, Rita Cobb, Heather Greenemeirer, April Robinson, Catherine Wilson, Virginia Adkins, Bhavini Amin, Megan Baldridge, Brandie Beard, Kirsti Bozeman, Kristen Britton, Holly Burkett, Jessica Clark, Jenifer Cooper, Justin Gibson, Monica Greathouse, Brian Greene, Ashley Hicks, Laurie Horrocks, Kristian Kleminsky, Aaron Klink, Lindsey Kraatz, Heather Lane, Nicole Ledesma, Spencer Lee, Kathryn Lehman, Alicia Lynch, Dustin Malcolm, Jordan Palmer, Garrett Parr, Amanda Rotzell, Teresa Shaw, Donna Sheets, Victoria Skelly, Melissa Skipper, Amy Smith, Aaron Swallom, Stacey Taylor, Erin Watkins, Monique Wright.
Madison woman studies abroad in England
Rebekah Peterson of Madison is studying abroad in Cambridge, England for the fall 2002 semester through Valparaiso University.
Peterson is majoring in art in the College of Arts and Sciences. She is a 2000 graduate of Bob Jones High School and the daughter of Scott and Bonnie Peterson.
Valparaiso University is an independent comprehensive Lutheran university that enrolls 3,600 students on its main campus in Indiana. The university offers 14 study programs in 11 countries.

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Digital version of The Madison Record – Feb. 28, 2024

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Digital version of The Madison Record – Feb. 14, 2024

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