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The following students have been named to the spring 2024 dean’s list at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Students achieve dean’s list status when they are full-time (12 or more credits) students with a grade point average of 3.25 or higher.

The full list of dean’s list students is available at

Dean’s List students, their hometowns, majors and degrees they are seeking are:

Chambersburg: Yosmary Cabrera Reyes, Broad Street, B.S. in Fashion Studies; Jocelyn Emma Enders, Siloam Road, B.A. in Psychology; Frantz Luis Geraldo, Broad Street, B.A. in Computer Science; Josephine R. Wood, Crestwood Drive, B.S. in Biology/Pre-medical

Greencastle: Sarah Ann Cisney, Burkett Road, B.S.Ed. in Music Education; Danielle M. Clark, Rolling Hills Drive, B.A. in Criminology; Nicholas Andrew Johnston, Preston Lane, B.S.Ed. in Health and Physical Education/K-12 Teacher Education; Riley Aurora Kugler, South Carlisle Street, B.A. in Psychology; Savannah H. Pence, Hager Road, B.S.Ed. in English Education; Anna J. Woods, Gearhart Road, B.A. in Psychology

Mercersburg: Donavin Kendrell Carrington, Overhill Drive, B.S. in Communications Media/Media Production
Orrstown: Collin Foster, Cardinal Drive, B.A. in English Studies
Waynesboro: Madelyn Grace Sheffler, Tomstown Road, B.S. in Chemistry


Earl L. Crawford, Jr. 1937-2024

Earl worked for Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company for 30 years before going into business for himself at Crawford Tire from 1981 until 2019.

Dennis W. Flythe 1953-2024

Denny attended Greencastle Antrim High School and graduated from Delaware State University. He focused on providing for his family and creating a legacy.

Arnold W. Wagaman 1939-2024

Arnie was employed at Mack Truck as a quality control specialist until his retirement; a total of 39 years. In his free time, he enjoyed fishing and gardening.

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For the week of July 15, 2024 UPCOMING WEBINARS AND EVENTS: Penn State Extension is pleased to continue to provide quality education via a

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