Martin Methodist Announces Dean's List Recipients

6/7/2021

PULASKI, Tenn. – With the conclusion of each semester, Martin Methodist College (MMC) announces students who have been placed on the Dean’s List for their academic excellence.
 
To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must be full-time and must achieve a semester grade point average of 3.5 or higher, with no grades marked as “F” or “incomplete.”
 
MMC recognizes the following students who have made the Dean’s List for the spring 2021 semester:
 

Robert Angell (Davidson)   Jonathan Baggett (Robertson)
Haley Barnes (Maury)   Victoria Barrow (Giles)
Kaitlynn Boyd (Maury)   Andrew Brown (Lawrence)
William Brown (Hardin)   John Bryan (Lincoln)
Katelyn Bryant (Lincoln)   Josie Burleson (Lawrence)
Jordan Calvert (Lawrence)   Abigail Camarillo (Bedford)
Kaitlyn Caminiti (Fairfield, Ohio)   Lauren Choate (Dickson)
Lauren Clardy (Lincoln)   William Clemmons (Lauderdale, Ala.)
Marissa Couch (Bradley)   Savannah Cox (Lincoln)
Dakota Crowell (Lewis)   Makenna Crowell (Maury)
Noah Curran (Marshall)   William Curran (Rutherford)
Frederick Daury (Lincoln)   Brian Davis (Forsythe, N.C.)
Alison Dickey (Giles)   Darby Dickinson (Cullman, Ala.)
Lindsey Dickson (Coffee)   Jarren Dudden (Palm Beach, Fla.)
Patricia Ferguson (Maury)   Gabrielle Forsythe (McNairy)
Cathryn Garrett (Giles)   Jessica Glassman (Madison, Ala.)
Katelyn Gobble (Lawrence)   Heather Gold (Mecklenburg, N.C.)
Adam Goss (Wayne)   Christopher Griffin (Giles)
Reagan Harding (Hamilton, Ind.)   Cyrus Harris (Morgan, Ala.)
Brianna Harvey (Giles)   Hannah Hayes (Meridianville, Ala.)
Evan Hill (Limestone, Ala.)   Julianne Holcomb (Maury)
Nicholas Holloway (Blount)   Koby Houser (Lawrence)
Richand Hoyte (St. Vincent and the Grenadines)   Andrew Hurford (Madison, Ala.)
Chase Ison (Jefferson, Ala.)   Carrington Jenkins (Smith)
Justin Johns (Obion)   Carlee Jones (Dyer)
Corey Jones (Leake, Miss.)   Chandler Jordan (Bedford)
Azariah Kaplelach (Jefferson, Ala.)   Cortney Kenny (Giles)
Samuel King (Madison, Ala.)   Shizuya Kubo (Japan)
Kayla Lawrence (Madison)   Aaryn Lester (Wilson)
Trinity Lewis (Franklin)   Daylon Mahn (Darlington, S.C.)
Areyanna Majors (Davidson)   Regan Mashburn (Lawrence)
Lauren Mattox (Williamson)   Abby McAlister (Maury)
Courtney McFarlen (Limestone, Ala.)   Amanda McGowan (Coffee)
Taylor McNairy (Giles)   Brianna Morgan (Dyer)
Alan Munoz (Dekalb)   Tyler Mutter (Giles)
Isaac Nelson (Sullivan)    Jessica Newport (Limestone, Ala.)
Taylor Niedergeses (Lawrence)    Tamia Northcutt (Marshall)
Kaylee Orton (Hickman)   Manuel Otero Portas (Spain)
Larissa Perdomo (Sevier)   Barry Petit (Marshall)
Brittany Porterfield (Lincoln)   Kendall Pusser (Lawrence)
Alexandria Pye (Maury)   Molly Raby (Lincoln)
Elena Ramirez (Sumner)   Jaxon Rose (Hardin)
Abbey Rumble (Australia)   Madison Salvig (Rutherford)
Hayley Sandusky (Lawrence)   Manuel Santiago Rodilla (Spain)
Callyn Schmidt (Giles)   Brooke Shavers (Pike, Ga.)
Dillon Simmons (Giles)   Tad Sivley (Morgan, Ala.)
Alexis Snow (Morgan, Ala.)   Chandi Tosh (Maury)
Lindsey Truelove (Maury)   Laura Vaughn (Warren)
Isabelle Vazquez (Manatee, Fla.)   Aubrie Walters (Lawrence)
Andrew White (Robertson)   Tori White (Lawrence)
Samantha Wilburn (Lawrence)   Savanna Willbanks (Giles)
Aleeyah Willis (Sumner)   Bradford Woodall (Marshall, Ala.)
Hayden Wright (Madison, Ala.)   Michael Wurtz (Elmore, Ala.)
Benjamin Zachary (Robertson)    
 
 
Martin Methodist College, founded in 1870, is a private, liberal arts college affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Martin Methodist offers baccalaureate degrees in 39 programs of study that include English, religious studies, music and dramatic arts, mathematics and natural sciences to business, social sciences, education, criminal justice, and nursing. Still changing lives after 150 years.