NCTA names Dean’s awards

Curtis, Neb. – The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture at Curtis announced academic honors for the spring semester of 2016.


Nine students were named to the Dean’s List with a 4.00 grade point average and 43 students were named to the Dean’s Honor Roll with 3.50-3.99 GPA, said Ron Rosati, NCTA dean.


Students must be fulltime enrollees, with at least 12 credit hours for the semester to be eligible for this designation.


NCTA Dean’s List:  (4.0 GPA, Nebraska students unless noted)

Kylie Cadwalladar, Dunning

Raymond Fleer, Pierce

Aaron Jensen, Goehner

Matthew Lundt, Correctionville, Iowa

Alyssa Novak, Aurora

Trevor Schipporeit, Broken Bow

Kristian Seberger, Lexington

Ross Steward, Littleton, Colo.

Rebecca Wentz, Clayton, Kan.


NCTA Dean’s Honor Roll:  (3.5-3.99 GPA, Nebraskans unless noted)

Riley Abbott, Hay Springs

Eleanor Aufdenkamp, North Platte

Shelby Lynn Bahe, Moorefield

Brooklyn Becker, Beaver City

Katie Boyle, Peyton, Colo.

Nolan Breece, Holdrege

Maggie Brunmeier, Bayard

Heath Buchanan, Douglas

Desarae Catlett, Broken Bow

Michelle Connelly, Grand Island

Aaron Doxon, Maywood

Keylee Forker, Plainview

Stacey Gemborys, Curtis

Whitney Gimple, New Underwood, S.D.

Jayde Hessler, Gibbon

Chase Jaster, Columbus

Drake Johnson, Thurston

Alaina Kauffman, Gretna

Nickolas Kunz, Stuart

Rebekah Lamberson, Prague

Nate Letcher, Hay Springs

Kaylyn Long, Minatare

Nathan Montanez, Grand Island

Erica Mowery, Middleburg, Penn

Roman Netherton, Cozad

Alexis Olson, Hemingford

Wyat Overturf, Sutton

Garth Packard, Ogallala

Ethan Penner, Ogallala

AJ Pestello, Breckenridge, Colo.

Sheila Reichmuth, Leigh

Haley Rogers, Lexington

Madeline Schutz, Grand Island

Emily Smith, Lexington

Madison St. John, Hastings

Elaine Streff, Hastings

Matthew Tomjack, Ewing

Emilye Vales, DeWitt

Wade Vallery, Plattsmouth

Ben Vrba, Schuyler

Kelsi Wertz, Trenton

Stetson Youel, Hay Springs

Brianna Young, Gordon


The University of Nebraska NCTA is a technical agriculture college offering two-year degree programs, certificates, opportunity for a Bachelor of Applied Science degree with UNL, and transfer programs.

Applications are still accepted for fall classes which begin August 22. Details on college programs are available at