More than 7,400 undergraduate students at the University of Iowa were named to the Dean's List for the 2020 fall semester. Among those named were the following area students:

Jacob Andres of Washington (College: Tippie College of Business; Primary Area of Study: Accounting), Addison Bennett of Morton (College: College of Nursing; Primary Area of Study: Nursing), Connor Bernitt of Metamora (College: College of Engineering; Primary Area of Study: Biomedical Engineering), Sydney Billimack of Metamora (College: College of Nursing; Primary Area of Study: Nursing), Sloane Eggenberger of Mackinaw (College: College of Engineering; Primary Area of Study: Biomedical Engineering), Josephine Hermann of Washington (College: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Primary Area of Study: Human Physiology), Robert Kessler of Metamora (College: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Primary Area of Study: Cinema), Kaylee Lichtenstein of Morton (College: College of Engineering; Primary Area of Study: Biomedical Engineering), Cole Ludolph of Morton (College: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Primary Area of Study: Pharmacy Interest), Jeremiah Poppen of Germantown Hills (College: College of Engineering; Primary Area of Study: Biomedical Engineering), Grant Reed of Washington (College: Tippie College of Business; Primary Area of Study: Business Direct Admission), Abigail Richards of Morton (College: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Primary Area of Study: Neuroscience), Allison Vastine of Morton (College: College of Nursing; Primary Area of Study: Nursing), and Jaden Wadas of Eureka (College: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Primary Area of Study: History).

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