The following students with ties to Maui County have earned academic honors at colleges and universities. Unless otherwise noted, the grade-point averages are on a 4.0 scale.
Students who made the scholastic honor roll for the spring term have been announced by Oregon State University. To be on the honor roll, students must carry at least 12 graded hours of course work. Colin F. Dickens of Haiku, a senior studying chemical engineering, and Wailuku resident Kristen H. Kaya, a sophomore studying psychology, had straight-A grade-point averages. Makawao residents Kameron T. Kaneshina, senior, exercise and sport science; Megan F. O Malley, sophomore, sociology; and Kerri M. Yamamoto, junior, exercise and sport science, earned GPAs of at least 3.5, as did Wailuku residents Hiilei G. Andrade, junior, human development and family science; and Kasey N. Munetake, senior, electrical and computer engineering.
Cory A. Fernandez of Wailuku made the dean's honor roll for the spring term at Western Oregon University.
Wailuku residents Joey Ooka and Cayla Tokunaga were both named to the dean's list at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Ore., for the spring semester. To qualify for the dean's list at Pacific, a student must achieve a term grade-point average of at least 3.7 and complete 12 or more graded hours.
* This article includes a correction from the original published on Sunday, July 6, 2014.
Dean's Lists. Cory A. Fernandez of Wailuku made the dean's honor roll for the spring term at Western Oregon University. His name was misspelled in a Dean's List column Sunday on Page C4. The Maui News apologizes for the error.