Local students make OSU honor roll   CORVALLIS — A number of Polk County residents qualified for inclusion on the 2013 fall term scholastic honor roll at Oregon State University.   Students must maintain a grade-point average of 3.5 or better and carry at least 12 graded hours of coursework to qualify.   Local students recognized include:   From Dallas — Straight-A Average: Janet H. Ferguson, fr., biology; and Mitchell J. Senger, sr., physics. 3.5 or Better: David W. Gorden, post baccalaureate, pre-business; Callie A. Instenes, sr., graphic design; Mary E. Isham, sr., chemical engineering; Jeffrey R. Kennedy, soph., pre-general engineering; Megan L. Mahoney, fr., pre-computer science; Kaden Z. Montague, soph., pre-electrical and computer engineering; Glen D. Nicol, sr., computer science; Andrew J. Pfau, sr., chemical engineering; and Julie A. Postma, fr., earth sciences.   From Independence — Straight-A Average: Jenessa Ellestad, sr., music; Norma E. Villanueva, sr., human development and family science; and Melissa R. Whitaker, soph., pre-general engineering. 3.5 or Better: Carlos Falcon, jr., exercise and sport science; Megan R. Marchand, fr., agricultural sciences; Emma J. Miller, jr., agricultural sciences; and Olivia M. Zuercher, jr., English.   From Monmouth — Straight-A Average: Samuel P. Hoffman, soph., general science; Lillian K. Kansaku, sr., graphic design; and Peter J. Teague, sr., civil engineering. 3.5 or Better: Erica B. Brown, soph., environmental sciences; Kathryn V. Lusby, sr., general science; Josh P. Morris, sr., chemical engineering; David M. Powell, fr., pre-civil engineering; Joshua L. Robertson, jr., management; Emily G. Rogers, jr., animal sciences; Jack D. Rout, soph., psychology; and Nicholas A. Silva, sr., chemical engineering.   From Rickreall — 3.5 or Better: Bridget H. Regan, fr., zoology.   


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