Alderson Broaddus University is proud to release the names of students earning academic distinction from the 2022 spring semester. Dr. Andrea J. Bucklew, Alderson Broaddus University’s provost, has released the President’s, Dean’s, and Honorable Mention lists to recognize students for their academic achievements. A student must be on the Dean’s List at AB for five semesters to be named to the distinguished President’s List. Full-time students who earned a 3.60-grade point average or above are named to the Dean’s List, and students who achieved a 3.40 to 3.59-grade point average are granted honorable mention.
The following students were named:
Haley Barr of Fairview, West Virginia; Jocie Fisher of Chillicothe, Ohio; Austin Hampton of Virginia Beach, Virginia; Jordan Irving of Ridgeley, West Virginia; Ashley Kress of Mechanicsville, Maryland; Jayden McNair of McGaheysville, Virginia; and Kaleah Pritt of Mill Creek, West Virginia.
Tiffany Adams of Harts, West Virginia; Kathryn Adkins of Huntington, West Virginia; Joseph Alcorn of Greensburg, Pennsylvania; Abigail Ash of Salem, West Virginia; Camille Ashby of Churchville, Virginia; Tiffany Auvil of Parsons, West Virginia; Christopher Barker of Richmond, Virginia; Emily Barker of Montpelier, Virginia; Ryan Barndollar of Walkersville, Maryland; Haley Barr of Fairview, West Virginia; Payton Barr of Washington, Pennsylvania; Mistyazia Beatty of Grafton, West Virginia; Jessica Bennett of Buckhannon, West Virginia; Shawn Bolyard of Grafton, West Virginia; Kyleigh Bonnette of Marion, Ohio; Nathan Bouard of Saint-Germain-En-Laye; Nicklaus Bravo Martinez of Fultondale, Alabama; Jamie Breen of Jane Lew, West Virginia; Sakinah Burger of Beckley, West Virginia; Megan Burgess of Morgantown, West Virginia; Oshawi Burgher of Philippi, West Virginia; Kaitlyn Byrd of Swanton, Maryland; Alyssa Cappa of Oakmont, Pennsylvania; Justin Carey of Richmond, Virginia; Ella Casto of Given, West Virginia; Nataly Chauta Murcia of Vienna, West Virginia; Cassidy Christian of Springfield, Ohio, Stephen Cobb of La Plata, Maryland; Carson Comer of Powell, Ohio; Amber Corley of Pine Mountain, Georgia; Yankiel Cruz Resto of Debary, Florida; Hailee Culbertson of North Huntington, Pennsylvania; Megan Cullinane of Camarille, California; Jedaiah Dancy of Woodbridge, Virginia; Danielle Davis of Capon Bridge, West Virginia; John Davis Jr. of Grafton, West Virginia; Kaylee Diaz-McGee of Belpre, Ohio; Eyana Dixon of Orlando, Florida; Haley Dodson of Falling Waters, West Virginia; Kadie Dunham of Grafton, West Virginia; Dalton Dunkle of Franklin, West Virginia; Camdin Edge of Bel Alton, Maryland; Jaelyn Etheridge of Cleveland, Ohio; Nyjael Faulk of Virginia Beach, Virginia; Bailey Fedun of Milford, Pennsylvania; Jocie Fisher of Chillicothe, Ohio; Cortney Fizer of Charleston, West Virginia; Yolanda Florido Ortiz de Menivil of Malaga, Spain; Diana Forero Ardila of Torre, Bogota; Thomas Freeman of Moatsville, West Virginia; Caleb Frey of Dacula, Georgia; Jacqueline Garcia of Victorville, California; Andrew Gaytan of Waterford, Michigan; Lawson Gerland of Huntersville, North Carolina; Robin Gibson of Belington, West Virginia; Jabari Gittens-Ampadu of Tampa, Florida; Diego Gomez Cuevas of Zapopan, Julisco; Andrew Gorto of Pittston, Pennsylvania; Kayla Gray-Hillian of Frederick, Maryland; Madoleen Grim of Dillner, Pennsylvania; Jordan Grimes of Falling Water, West Virginia; Brantley Guckert of Parkersburg, West Virginia; Austin Hampton of Virginia Beach, Virginia; Ezekiel D. Hand of Fredericksburg, Virginia; Payton Hawkins of Shinnston, West Virginia; Megan Heltebran of Irwin, Pennsylvania; Sofia Hernandez Riano of Bogota; Isiah Heverling of Belington, West Virginia; Olivia Hoban of Liverpool, England; Gunnar Hockenberry of Johnstown, Pennsylvania; Lucas Howe of Philippi, West Virginia; Ashlee Huffines of Parsons, West Virginia; Nabrea Hunter of New Brighton, Pennsylvania; Louey Hurley of Surrey, England; Jordan Irving of Ridgeley, West Virginia; Taylor Issac of Hinton, West Virginia; Kaitlyn Jager of Akron, Ohio; Pedro Jaime Alfaya of Palafolls; Morgan Jarvis if Ripley, West Virginia; Jacqueline Johnson of Reader, West Virginia; Robert Johnson of Sierra Vista, Arizona; Ariel Jones of Philippi, West Virginia; Kaitlin Jones of Philippi, West Virginia; Sarah Jones of Volga, West Virginia; Andrew Juarez of Gaithersburg, Maryland, Destiny Keeble of Crowley, Texas; Shaun Kellermann of North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania; Jordyn Kenneally of Girard, Ohio; Ally Kirk of Logan, West Virginia; Thomas Knight of Philippi, West Virginia; Olivia Kniola of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Alexcia Kolish of Middletown, Pennsylvania; Talia R. Kotz of Easton, Pennsylvania; Olivia Kqira of Pottstown, Pennsylvania; Ashley Kress of Mechanicsville, Maryland; Kayleigh Lance of Virginia Beach, Virginia; Jasmin Long of Fredericksburg, Virginia; Jessica Luff of Belington, West Virginia; Maura Mallon of Irwin, Pennsylvania; Mateo Mantilla or Orlando, Florida; Shawn Marcum of Delbarton, West Virginia; Derek Marinucci of Canton, Michigan; Kylie Marks of Bridgeport, West Virginia; Christal McClain of Fredericksburg, Virginia; Sydney L. McGinnis of Grafton, West Virginia; Lainey McGonigle of Westerville, Ohio; Rachel McGovern of Round Hill, Virginia; Cleo McMahan of Indiana, Pennsylvania; Jayden McNair of McGaheysville, Virginia; Conor McSparran of Wexford, Pennsylvania; Laurey Meyer of Ironton, Ohio; Brayden Miller of Spencer, West Virginia; Neresha Miller of Hyattsville, Maryland; Atlanta Milliron of Osterburg, Pennsylvania; Tacoria Mitchell of Cincinnati, Ohio; Reece Mohler of Glouster, Ohio; Hillary Morales of Garfield, New Jersey; Loic Nanchen of Lens, Switzerland; Terri Nashe of Shirley, New York; Andrew Nephew of Cincinnati, Ohio; Henrique Nyegray Baioni of Curitba, Parana; Lillie Peters of Sutton, West Virginia; Alyssa Peo-Hatten of Kalispell, Montana; Kesiah Price of Fredericksburg, Virginia; Daniel Prieto Diaz of Naron, Coruna; Kaleah Pritt of Mill Creek, West Virginia; Casandra Reper of Fredericksburg, Virginia; Jessica Rexrode of Bartow, West Virginia; Tristan Romo of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia; Andreas Rossak of Vienna, Austria; Rebecca Rossi of Havre de Grace, Maryland; Emilie Roth of Eglon, West Virginia; Julian Russell of Ontario, Canada; David Schweinefuss of Liberty Township, Ohio; Michael Schweinefuss of Liberty Township, Ohio; Jacob Sharp of Friendly, West Virginia; McKenzie Shatzer of Greencastle, Pennsylvania; Gwendolyn Sherwood of Farwell, Michigan; Giovanni Sita of Huntingtown, Maryland; Hannah Smith of Hamlin, West Virginia; Joshua Smith of Cohutta, Georgia; Karlee Smith of Parsons, West Virginia; Molly Smith of Manchester, Maryland; Ryan D. Smith of Pickerington, Ohio; Shelby Smith of Palm City, Florida; Grace Sobeck of Sunrise, Florida; Kiley Sparks of Dillsboro, Indiana; Kelsey St. John of Concord, Virginia; Erin Strider of Clarksville, Virginia; Ethan Sturm of Lisle, Illinois; Carissa Sullinger of McKeesport, Pennsylvania; Micah Swann of Bridgeport, West Virginia; Alexander Sypa of Lusby, Maryland; Taylee Tallman of Belington, West Virginia; Trent Tallman of Belington, West Virginia; Nathaniel Taylor of Fredericksburg, Virginia; Nathan Throckmorton of Chillicothe, Ohio; Timothy Tallman of Randallstown, Maryland; Cassie Turk of Ottawa, Illinois; Caleb Tyson-Yarbrough of Federal Way, Washington; Anna Umpleby of Parkersburg, West Virginia; Connor Vaughn of Dallas, Georgia; Camilo Vergara Celis of Bucaramanga; Riley Vunak of Lebanon, Ohio; Stephanie J. Walton of Kanawha Head, West Virginia; Brittney Watkins of Masontown, West Virginia; Ryan Weitz of Frackville, Pennsylvania; Caden H. Wetzel of Clarksburg, West Virginia; Maguire Willard of Martinsburg, West Virginia; Caitlin Winkler of Tomball, Texas; and Felicia Young of Darlington, Pennsylvania.
Skylar Arthur of Huntington, West Virginia; Luke Barger of Inwood, West Virginia; Kyler Bennett of Akron, Ohio; Jameal Boykin Jr. of Holidaysburg, Pennsylvania; Jenna Chrzanowski of Westchester, Illinois; Cooper Cole of Lewisburg, Ohio; Kaden Cutlip of Webster Springs, West Virginia; Joshua Dailey of Smyrna, Delaware; Benjamin Dettore of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Joseph Durr of Philippi, West Virginia; Abigail Fazzini of Clarksburg, West Virginia; Isaiah Gardiner of Franklin, West Virginia; Samantha Grimes of Monrovia, Maryland; Alexis Hare of Elkins, West Virginia; Thomas Jackson of Buckhannon, West Virginia; Rylee Jones of Grove City, Ohio; Sawyer Koons of Glouster, Ohio; Finnaire Lee-Edwards of Cincinnati, Ohio; Laikelyn Leggett of Buckhannon, West Virginia; Jordan Lind of Williamsburg, Ohio; Cesar Lopez-Funes of Alexandria, Virginia; Camerson Millar of Ontario, Canada; Theresha Miller of Landover, Maryland; Jomel Monpas of Pompano Beach, Florida; Ignacio Pagnotta Ces of Teo, Coruna; Lillian Parsons of Wyoming, Michigan; Ewan Pennie of Scotland, United Kingdom; Alex Perez of Caguas, Puerto Rico; Jacob Perez of Maysville, West Virginia; Anyka Perzynski-Drilling of Mary Esther, Florida; Bryce Pickett of Lowell, Oregon; Braxton J. Roman of Hedgesville, West Virginia; Logan Ross of Clarksburg, West Virginia; Brianna Sersevic of McKeesport, Pennsylvania; Danielle Sevilla of Manila, Philippines; Rochelle Shoulders of Beverly, West Virginia; Zachary Simpkins of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Alyssa Soblit of Charleston, West Virginia; Atikilt Tamiru of Moorefield, West Virginia; Hanah Taylor of Jumping Branch, West Virginia; Joaquin Villegas of Sana Rosa, California; Tahleik Walker of Grove City, Ohio; and Amari Wilkins of Chesapeake, Virginia.
About Alderson Broaddus University
Alderson Broaddus University is an independent institution of higher learning, affiliated with the West Virginia Baptist Convention and American Baptist Churches USA, committed to serving the region as an academic, cultural, and religious resource, with programs based on a liberal arts foundation.
The mission of AB is to provide students with the highest quality education, striving to prepare students to succeed in their chosen disciplines and to fulfill their roles in a diverse society as well-rounded and responsible citizens.
Since its founding in 1871, AB has been a leader and innovator in higher education, with accolades in the health and natural sciences. Alderson Broaddus University stands out as one of the most innovative health education providers in Appalachia, pioneering the nation’s first baccalaureate physician assistant program of its kind in 1968 and a post-baccalaureate physician assistant master’s degree program in 1993, and West Virginia’s first four-year Nursing program in 1945.
AB is located on a historic hilltop in Barbour County in Philippi, West Virginia. The University is rooted in historic and continuing relationships with the American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A. and the West Virginia Baptist Convention.