The Spring 2020 dean’s list has been announced at Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, a special mission affiliate of Penn State. Students from The Daily News coverage area who earned dean’s list honors include: Hunter W. Adams, Mount Union, Bachelor of Science, applied health studies: radiography concentration; Madeline L. Atherton, Shirleysburg, Bachelor of Science, nursing; Tyler S. Batzel, Huntingdon, Associate of Applied Science, electrical technology; Devin Ray Deihl, Alexandria, Associate of Applied Science, surveying technology; Janelle Dick, Petersburg, Bachelor of Science, Nursing; Zachary A. Knable, Mount Union, Bachelor of Science, building automation technology; Joshua P. Maceno, Tyrone, Bachelor of Science, applied technology studies; Nathanael T. Morgan, Shirleysburg, Bachelor of Science, engineering design technology; Kaitlin Elizabeth Port, Alexandria, Associate of Applied Science, pre-physical therapist assistant; Alexis R. Price, Huntingdon, Bachelor of Science, applied human services; Conner W. Rhodes, Saxton, Bachelor of Science, pre-nursing, Bachelor of Science in nursing; Joshua Edward Safko, Huntingdon, Associate of Applied Science, metal fabrication technology; Madison P. Shrout, Petersburg, Bachelor of Science, graphic design; Matthew T. Shrout, Petersburg, Bachelor of Science, information technology: network specialist concentration; Drew Tyler Simpson, Huntingdon, Bachelor of Science, welding and fabrication engineering technology; Olivia Victoria Simpson, Huntingdon, Associate of Applied Science, pre-dental hygiene and Dylan R. Smith, Alexandria, Bachelor of Science, applied human services.

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