Miami University fall dean’s list

OXFORD — Miami University students who are ranked in the top twenty percent, undergraduate students within each division for the fall semester 2022-23 have been named to the Dean’s list recognizing academic excellence.

Casey Minnig, Wapakoneta, business, accountancy; Jon VanSkiver, Sidney, business, accountancy, Spanish; Shelby Ayers, Russia, anthropology; Claire Bateson, Arlington, architecture; Adam Ketner, Minster, architecture; Alivia Link, St. Marys, art education; Amy Tangeman, Maria Stein, art education, art therapy; Delaney Wilson, Sidney, arts management & arts entrepreneurship; Hope Bixler, Anna, biology; Sierra Williams, Anna, biology; Brady Losiewicz, Findlay, business analytics; Joey Bishop, Sidney, chemical engineering; Evan Bowersock, Lima, computer science; Paige Helmke, Kalida, computer science; Kenneth Lovett, Bluffton, emerging technology, business & design; Graham Hartman, Findlay, emerging technology, business & design, film studies; Alyssa Merriam, Botkins, English: creative writing, strategic communication; Savannah Slater, St. Marys, English literature; Brandon Maas, Findlay, finance; Cole Cramer, Findlay, finance; Hyatt Kaufman, Waynesfield, finance; Ethan Potts, Sidney, finance, entrepreneurship; Casey Topp, Minster, games + simulation; Gabe Hardy-Fowler, Findlay, games + simulation, computer science; Kelsey Hess, Anna, geography & sustainable development, environmental science; Brian Yeo Findlay, history, political science; Ella Brayton, Lima, human capital management & leadership; Sydney Eynon, Findlay, human capital management & leadership; Lindsey Core, Fort Jennings, individualized studies; Ella Rigel, Leipsic, kinesiology, nutrition & health; Grace Olding, Sidney, marketing; Jacob Schetter, Findlay, marketing; Katie Short, Findlay, marketing; Aaron Broering, Maria Stein, marketing; Nathan Kibble, Findlay, mechanical engineering; Grant Spangler, Anna, microbiology; Mackenzie Lehman, Celina, nursing; Ellie Vining, Convoy, nursing; Lauren Kin, Findlay, nursing; Olivia Scott, Rockford, nursing; Rachel Wenning, Coldwater, kinesiology, nutrition & health; Tyce Homier, Cloverdale, B.A., certificate in organizational leadership, healthcare sales; Tanner Barnhart, Van Wert, political science; Kayli Brewer, Anna, education, kinesiology, nutrition & health in primary education PK-5; Becca Blanco, Minster, professional writing; Lauren Carpenter, Lima, psychology; Caroll Anne Gessner, Forest, psychology; Elizabeth Goodes, Wapakoneta, psychology; Makena Barnes, Forest, psychology, sociology; Morgan Litmer, Fort Recovery, psychology, sociology; Keller Stout, Kenton, public health; Leah Himebaugh, Findlay, public health; Gavin Laird, Lima, real estate; Laken George, Lima, social justice studies, political science; Haylee Hammons, Lima, sociology; Gabby Anike, Lima, speech pathology & audiology; Ty Cordonnier, Findlay, supply chain & operations management; Emma Muhlenkamp, St. Henry, supply chain & operations management; Noah Nuesmeyer, Lima, business; Gabby Wehrman, Fort Loramie, university studies, film studies.

Dean Brown joined The Lima News in 2022 as a reporter. Prior to The Lima News, Brown was an English teacher in Allen County for 38 years, with stops at Perry, Shawnee, Spencerville and Heir Force Community School. So they figured he could throw a few sentences together about education and business in the area. An award-winning photographer, Brown likes watching old black and white movies, his dog, his wife and kids, and the four grandkids - not necessarily in that order. Reach him at [email protected] or 567-242-0409.