Kelsey Weston of Hampstead has graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Veterinary Science, Veterinary Technology from Becker College.

The University of Hartford is pleased to announce the following local students have been named to the Dean's List for Spring 2019: Natalia Suraci of Newton, Natalie Livingston of Sandown, and Julia MacLeod of Sandown.

The following students have been selected for inclusion on the Dean's List for academic achievement during the Spring 2019 semester at St. Lawrence University: Amanda S. Dupuis of Raymond, Guinevere R. Gilman of Exeter, Meredith R. Gilman of Exeter, and Ian A. Randle of Exeter.

A total of 11,406 students enrolled during the 2019 spring term at The University of Alabama were named to the Dean's List. Local students honored include: Mackenzie Baldwin of Atkinson and Alyssa Crafts of Brentwood.

The following local students recently earned a degree from Simmons University in Boston: Rebekah Carroll of Atkinson, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration cum laude, Elizabeth Daneau of Hampstead, Master of Science, Ian Norton of Kingston, Master of Arts in History, Elizabeth Drewello of Newton, Master of Social Work, and Brooke Lucier of Sandown, Bachelor of Science in Nursing cum laude.

Emily Paullis of Newton recently graduated from Ithaca College with a BS in Occupational Therapy.

Nearly 500 members of the Class of 2019 were honored at Union's 225th Commencement in Memorial Fieldhouse on May 16. Local students receiving degrees include Simon Wallace of Brentwood, Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Physics and Brandon Zahler of Raymond, Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Biology.

The following local residents made the Dean's List at Rochester Institute of Technology for the 2019 spring semester: Matthew Kelso of Exeter, chemical engineering program, Meghan O'Neil of Plaistow, biochemistry program, Zack Hudgins of Hampstead, computer science program, Chris Tremblay of Exeter, computer science program, and Jack Peters of East Kingston, mechanical engineering program.

Holly Salois of Sandown graduated from Wheaton College in Norton, MA, on May 18, during the college’s 184th Commencement ceremony. Salois graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of arts in English. Salois also earned Dean's List honors for the 2019 Spring semester. Salois is the student of David and Karen Salois.

Hofstra University congratulates the students named to the Spring 2019 Dean's List for their outstanding academic achievement. Local students honored include: Nya Barnette of Exeter, Alexander Herron of East Hampstead, Harlan Turner of Exeter, and Allyson Viens of Hampstead.

Carrie Becher, a rising sophomore political science and Spanish major at Dickinson College, has been named to the Dean's List for the spring 2019 semester. A graduate of Exeter High School, she is the daughter of Drs. Mark Becher and Marcia Wills of East Kingston.

Vermont Tech is pleased to announce that Matthew Sawyer of Kensington is among the 483 students who graduated in the spring of 2019. Sawyer received their Bachelor of Science in Professional Pilot Technology.

Kaitlyn Dennehy of Brentwood, a student at Ithaca College, was named to the Dean's List for the Spring 2019 semester. Dennehy is majoring in English and Writing.

James Madison University is pleased to announce the following local students earned academic achievements for the Spring 2019 semester: President’s List: Stephanie Pirger of East Kingston; Dean’s List: Alyssa Rose DiPalermo of Brentwood and Chelsea Megan deRochemont of East Kingston.

More than 4,100 Baylor University students have been named to the Dean's Academic Honor List for the spring 2019 semester. Joshua M Rocconi of Brentwood was among those honored.

Boston University awarded academic degrees to 6,902 students in May 2019. Among the graduates was Renzhe Wang of Newton, who received a Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies.

Konrad Hodgman of Epping was named to Ashland University's Dean's list for the Spring 2019 semester. Hodgman is majoring in history and political science.

Emma Carey of Exeter, a current master's student in the Global Field Program from Miami University's Project “Dragonfly”, will travel to Borneo. Carey will study Borneo's primate denizens, including the orangutan, and develop new ways to engage communities worldwide in primate conservation. Carey works as a program assistant at Seacoast Science Center.

 

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