University News – February 1

University news

Dean’s lists announced at universities

Marquette UniversityColumbus: Zachary A. Hatfield, son of Mark and Jan Hatfield, a sophomore studying psychology and history as a pre-law student in the Klingler College of Arts & Sciences. He is a 2014 graduate of Columbus East High School.Ball State University

Columbus: Michelle Amlung, Sydney Anderson, Benjamin Baker, Katelyn Bastian, Miranda Blevins, Kristen Clark, Keely Collier, Derek Cooper, Gabriela Czereszko, McKenzie Davis, Charles Delap, Meredith Dickerson, Lexi Dykes, Erika Espinoza, Mariann Fant, Makenzie Gilliam, Briana Hale, Autumn Hill, Alex Joslin, Justin Knox, Roth Lovins, Margaret Newton, Rachel Ollestad, Paige Prowant, Kayla Reaser, Julie Reece, Tayler Seymour, Gabby Sims, Logan Sowash, Makinsey Summa.

Hope: Sarah Anderson, Alex Ashbrook, Jordan Cain, Noah Czereszko, Brooke Stafford

Edinburgh: Ross Williams

Indiana University Kokomo

Columbus: Micayla Anne Speidel

Ohio Northern University

Columbus: Rachael Miller

Seymour: Jeremiah Barnes

Hope College

Columbus: Jon A. Huffer

University of Dayton

Columbus: Andrew Albers, Jonathan Alessi

IUPUC School of Nursing receives accreditation

IUPUC’s School of Nursing is the first nursing school in Indiana to receive simulation accreditation.The accreditation was awarded from the Society for Simulation in Healthcare and is in effect through December 2017 as data is collected and reviewed. Programs that seek to provisional accreditation through the society must adhere to teaching/education and core standards.

Pence appoints Crisp to serve on council

Gov. Mike Pence has appointed IUPUC assistant professor of nursing Cheryl L. Crisp to serve on the Governor’s Planning Council for People with Disabilities. The council works to improve the lives of people living with disabilities.

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Kaitlyn Evener is an editorial assistant for The Republic. She can be reached at or 812-379-5633.