Local students receive UW-Stout Chancellor’s Award for fall term

MENOMONIE — Several area students have received the University of Wisconsin-Stout Chancellor’s Award for the fall 2014 semester. The award is presented to students who have a grade point average of 3.5 or above.

From Colfax: David Christoffel, BS engineering technology; Alexa DeMoe, BS vocational rehabilitation; Angela Lamer, BS psychology; Heidi Lieffort, BS environmental science; Nathan McMahon, BS manufacturing engineering

From Elk Mound: Stephanie Belau, BS applied social science, pre-law/pre-prof; Devin Connolly, BS human development and family studies; Emily Eder, health wellness and fitness (minoring in human resources management); Alexandra Hagberg, BS applied science; Fwj Her, BS human development and family studies; Mitchell Zimmer, BS applied mathematics and computer science.

From Boyceville: Katelyn Bird, BS vocational rehabilitation; Tessea Chapman, BS hotel, restaurant and tourism; Kori Klaustermeier, BS hotel, restaurant and tourism; Kasey Kruse, BS applied science; Jade Roinila, BS business administration; Tana Rundle, BS hotel, restaurant and tourism; Tara Rundle, BS business administration; Andrew Veith, BS hotel, restaurant and tourism

From Clear Lake: Megan Scepurek, dietetics

From Downing: Jordan Bartz, BS engineering technology

From Emerald: Stephanie Glick, BS hotel, restaurant and tourism

From Glenwood City: Jacob Carlson, BS manufacturing engineering; Mckenzee Hennessy, BS business administration; Michelle Hinrichs, BS vocational rehabilitation; Christopher Wagner, BS supply chain management; Samantha Wink, BS business administration

From Wheeler: Andrew Best, BS hotel, restaurant and tourism;  Patrick Best, BS applied science, pre-medicine/pre-professional; Valerie Fly, BS psychology

From Wilson: Damien Koeppel, BS computer engineering; Hailey Melander, BS professional communication and emerging media

UW-Stout, Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University, has 45 undergraduate majors and 23 graduate programs, including one doctoral degree. Enrollment for 2014-15 was 9,371.