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NIU: Local Students Receive Dean's Award

Area students receive Northern Illinois University Dean's Award.

DeKalb: The following students received the Northern Illinois University Dean's Award for the fall 2012 semester.

Catherine Abraham of Cary

Jeffrey Bailey of Crystal Lake

Philip Ballew of Crystal Lake

Trevor Barrett of Cary

Christopher Berry of Crystal Lake

Brianna Borman of CRYSTAL LAKE

Erica Bray of Lakewood

Kristopher Cherney of Crystal Lake

Danielle Clenney of Crystal Lake

Lauren Dielman of Crystal Lake

Ryan Dooley of Crystal Lake

John Doyle of Crystal Lake

Steven Gorski of Crystal Lake

Caitlin Hahne of Cary

Aubrey Hannig of Cary

Anneliese Henderson of Crystal Lake

Justin Johnson of Cary

Sarah Kedzior of Cary

Sarah Korecki of Crystal Lake

Ariel Levitt of Crystal Lake

Matthew Lopez of Crystal Lake

Luis Lopez-Lazaro of Cary

Casey Macko of Crystal Lake

Sara Magly of Crystal Lake

Andrew Malczewski of Crystal Lake

Rachel Marks of Crystal Lake

Robert Marks of Crystal Lake

Holly Maychszak of Oakwood Hills

Shelby McCann of Crystal Lake

Amanda McDaniel of Crystal Lake

Megan McDaniel of Crystal Lake

Dylan McDonough of Cary

Andrew Miles of Crystal Lake

Kayla Nebel of Crystal Lake

Alexander Noll of Cary

Daniel Panozzo of Oakwood Hills

Brooke Piller of Crystal Lake

Kyle Pokrzywa of Lakewood

Clarissa Saliwanchik of Crystal Lake

David Serowka of Cary

Rachel Skinner of Cary

Amanda Smith of Cary

Ariel Stach of Crystal Lake

Taylor Turco of Cary

Courtney Vadnais of Crystal Lake

Zuzanna Waz of Crystal Lake

Nelle Youel of Crystal Lake

Jaime Zamudio of Cary

Kathleen Zoellner of Cary

The award is given to graduating students who demonstrate significant achievement and leadership in the areas of scholarship, campus and community activities, and professional service.

Criteria for the award include attainment of a 3.0 minimum grade point average and nomination by faculty based on service to the nominee's academic department or college.

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