Ralston of Preston studied abroad
Eighty-one Cornell College students studied abroad during the spring 2019 semester, including Christy Ralston of Preston, who traveled to Belize.
Cornell’s distinctive One Course At A Time schedule provides students with experiential learning opportunities not available on a traditional semester plan.
For more information, visit cornellcollege.edu.
Alexis Stroud-Abbot named to Kirkwood
Kirkwood Community College, Cedar Rapids, celebrated the top echelon of students involved in academic programs during its annual Outstanding Student Recognition program on April 19.
Student nominees are selected by faculty based on exceptional academic performance, completion of at least half of their coursework toward a degree, enrollment during the current fall and/or spring terms of the award, and their qualities of character and leadership.
Among the outstanding students was Alexis Stroud-Abbott of Bellevue.
University of Kansas lists fall honor roll
More than 6,100 undergraduate students at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, earned honor roll distinction for the fall 2018 semester.
Students must complete a minimum number of credit hours to be considered for the honor roll.
Brooke Lapke of LaMotte, a student in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, was among the students named to the fall 2018 honor roll.
Uof W announces Chancellor’s list
The University of Wisconsin - Platteville announces its Chancellor’s List, honoring those full-time students who earned the very highest academic honors in the fall 2018 semester.
Students must maintain a perfect 4.00 grade-point average to earn the Chancellor’s List distinction.
Students from this area on the Chancellor’s List include:
Bellevue: Ryan Larsen, ornamental horticulture/soil and crop science
Maquoketa: Cassie Miller, agricultural education
For more information on the university visit uwplatt.edu.