GALESBURG, ILLINOIS (January 27, 2020) — High-achieving students were named to the Knox College Dean's List for the 2019 Fall Term.

Students from your area are listed below. Information about their majors and high schools is included where possible. Students' majors might be listed as "undecided" because Knox students typically don't declare a major until late in the second year.

Jerry Hacker of Rock Island, Illinois, (ZIP Code 61201), who is majoring in Biology and graduated from Rock Island High School high school.

Roger Wittmer of Bettendorf, Iowa, (ZIP Code 52722), who is majoring in Undecided and graduated from Bettendorf High School high school.

Shalana Atwell of Geneseo, Illinois, (ZIP Code 61254), who is majoring in Neuroscience and graduated from high school.

Isaiah Smith of Muscatine, Iowa, (ZIP Code 52761), who is majoring in Self-Designed Major and graduated from Muscatine High School high school.

Anthony Warford of Bettendorf, IA, (ZIP Code 52722), who is majoring in Integrative Business & Management and graduated from high school.

Founded in 1837, Knox College is a national liberal-arts college in Galesburg, Illinois. Knox enrolls students from nearly every state and more than 50 countries and is one of the 40 Colleges That Change Lives. Knox's "Old Main" is a National Historic Landmark and the only building remaining from the 1858 Lincoln-Douglas debates.

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