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Lawrenceville Students Make Dean's List at Georgia Tech

Undergraduate students earning a 3.00 or higher academic average for the semester gain the distinction of being named to the Dean's List at Georgia Tech.

The following students have earned the distinction of Dean's List at The Georgia Institute of Technology for Fall 2012.

Jennifer Abrams of Lawrenceville, GA

Courtney Blanchard of Lawrenceville, GA

Virginia Bradbury of Lawrenceville, GA

Nathaniel Brex of Lawrenceville, GA

Colin Campbell of Lawrenceville, GA

Lindsey Cooke of Lawrenceville, GA

Kimbuu Dang of Lawrenceville, GA

James Eccles of Lawrenceville, GA

Manan Gandhi of Lawrenceville, GA

Mirabella Garrett of Lawrenceville, GA

Jessica Hambrick of Lawrenceville, GA

Jacob Hannon of Lawrenceville, GA

Francis Kallon of Lawrenceville, GA

Alykhan Lalani of Lawrenceville, GA

Rebecca Lally of Lawrenceville, GA

Bilal Manzoor of Lawrenceville, GA

Miranda McDaniel of Lawrenceville, GA

Elizabeth McMillan of Lawrenceville, GA

Sean Murray of Lawrenceville, GA

Sharon Oh of Lawrenceville, GA

Christopher Pace of Lawrenceville, GA

Alexander Phan of Lawrenceville, GA

Harrison Phung of Lawrenceville, GA

Nadia Sanjaya of Lawrenceville, GA

Natasha Sanjaya of Lawrenceville, GA

Ryan Sartin of Lawrenceville, GA

Shelby Schuller of Lawrenceville, GA

Paige Selent of Lawrenceville, GA

Emily Smith of Lawrenceville, GA

Shelby Sweat of Lawrenceville, GA

Kate Unsworth of Lawrenceville, GA

Needa Virani of Lawrenceville, GA

Steven Weimann of Lawrenceville, GA

Bo Zhou of Lawrenceville, GA

One of the nation's leading research universities, Georgia Tech provides a focused, technologically based education to more than 21,000 undergraduate and graduate students. With many nationally recognized programs, Georgia Tech is ranked in the nation's top ten public universities by U.S. News and World Report. For more information, visit Georgia Tech's website at www.gatech.edu.

~Courtesy readMedia

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