PLATTEVILLE, WISCONSIN (February 6, 2020) — The University of Wisconsin-Platteville announced its Chancellor's List, honoring those with perfect 4.0 grade-point averages for the fall 2019 semester.

UW-Platteville, founded in 1866, has been named the best in Wisconsin for annual return on investment for the fourth consecutive year by Payscale and the best in the state (and seventh nationally) for employment by Zippia, the Career Expert.

For more information on the university, located in Southwest Wisconsin, visit uwplatt.edu.

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

HOMETOWN, STATE; NAME, HIGH SCHOOL, MAJOR(s)

Aledo, IL McKayla Partlow, Mercer County High School, STEM Education MC-EA Bettendorf, IA Lita Solbrig, Bettendorf High School, Elementary Education Calamus, IA Austin Rickertsen, Calamus-Wheatland High School, Mechanical Engineering Cordova, IL Aleck Reece, Riverdale Senior High School, Mechanical Engineering Davenport, IA Elizabeth Reis, West High School, Spanish Madison Schony, Pleasant Valley High School, Psychology Grand Mound, IA Jaelyn Diercks, Calamus-Wheatland High School, Elementary Education Le Claire, IA Sydney Frazer, Pleasant Valley High School, Business Administration Letts, IA  Caitlyn Guldenpfennig, Louisa-Muscatine High School, Biology Port Byron, IL Lauren Graham, Riverdale Senior High School, STEM Education MC-EA Rock Island, IL Jenna Fisher, Alleman High School, Elementary Education West Liberty, IA Coy Ruess, West Liberty High School, Mechanical Engineering

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