PLATTEVILLE, WISCONSIN (July 16, 2021) — The University of Wisconsin-Platteville announced its Chancellor's List, honoring those with perfect 4.0 grade-point averages for the spring 2021 semester.

Students from this area who earned the 4.0 grade-point average include:


Clinton, IA

Nathaniel A Lueders, Industrial Technology Management

Davenport, IA

Elliott J Manuel, Political Science

McKenna J Rommel, Forensic Investigation

East Moline, IL

Alena Rossmiller, Business Administration

Eldridge, IA

Jaden E Wilshusen, Industrial Technology Management

Geneseo, IL

Megan E Endress, English

Grand Mound, IA

Janna M Diercks, Agricultural Business

Jenna L Diercks, Elementary Education

Le Claire, IA

Sydney A Frazer, Business Administration

Milan, IL

Dayton B Ellis, Software Engineering

Moline, IL

Abigail Aguirre, STEM Education MC-EA

Port Byron, IL

Lauren E Graham, STEM Education MC-EA

Tampico, IL

Alec M Wetzell, Agricultural Education

UW-Platteville, founded in 1866 and located in Southwest Wisconsin, is home to more than 6,500 undergraduate and graduate students. In addition to the Platteville campus, the university has campuses in Richland Center and Baraboo. In 2020, UW-Platteville was named the best public institution in Wisconsin for annual return on investment for the fifth consecutive year by Payscale.

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