The following local students were named to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater dean’s list for the 2013 fall semester: Kimberly Adasiak from Bristol, Faith Anderson from Twin Lakes, Grace Barrett from Trevor, Kaitlin Biehn from Kenosha, Isaac Cech from Trevor, Drew Cox from Bristol, Tylar Edenhofer from Salem, Michaela Efflandt from Twin Lakes, Zachary Faber from Twin Lakes, Jeremy Freeman from Twin Lakes, Margaret Fucela from Trevor, Kaitlyn Gall from Twin Lakes, Connor Grayson from Silver Lake, Katelyn Herreid from Twin Lakes, Lindsey Huston from Silver Lake, Amanda Jouett from Trevor, Levi Kelley from Salem, Jennifer McElligott from Trevor, Nikki Meyers from Twin Lakes,Brittany Moore from Twin Lakes, Jennifer Mosansky from Twin Lakes, Thomas Neave from Salem, Sarah Nolan from Bristol, Kelsey Norton from Silver Lake, Rosendo Ortiz from Trevor, Kasandra Sauls from Bristol, Lauren Saxon from Twin Lakes, Lauren Skalecki from Trevor, Brielle Stanek from Twin Lakes, Jessica Stevens from Salem, Megan Stoen from Twin Lakes, Allison Strauel from Trevor, Bobbie Stroening from Salem, William Sullivan from Salem, Jennifer Svoboda from Camp Lake, Emily Teister from Bristol, Rachael Teklics from Trevor, Joseph Terrault from Twin Lakes, Julia Teumer from Trevor, Nicholas Thompson from Salem, Rachel Vanderwerff from Salem, Nicole Vandeville from Salem, Josh Wang from Bristol, Nathaniel Weigel from Twin Lakes, Ashton Weis from Salem, Edwin Wincek from Silver Lake. These students have demonstrated their academic abilities by receiving a grade point average of 3.4 or above in a single semester. “I want to extend my congratulations to every student who set high academic standards for the fall semester and achieved a high grade point meriting recognition through the college dean’s list, and I encourage them to keep up the good work,” said Mary Pinkerton, interim provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. “We are very proud of you!” The Registrar’s Office reports 3,153 students were selected for the dean’s list for the fall semester. About 12,000 students are currently enrolled at UW-Whitewater.