EMMANUEL STUDENTS NAMED TO DEAN’S LIST
In honor of their outstanding academic achievement, Emmanuel College has named more than 600 students to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2018 semester. To earn a spot on the Dean’s List, Emmanuel students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for a 16-credit semester. Local students on the Dean’s List include:
Prisila Alesio of Revere
Vanessa Gutierrez of Revere
Aysha Hoang of Revere
Leanna Martinez of Revere
Peter Nguyen of Revere
Kasey Sierra of Revere
Jessica Ventura of Revere
Emmanuel College is a co-educational, residential institution with a 17-acre campus in the heart of Boston’s educational, scientific, cultural and medical communities. Enrolling more than 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students, the College provides boundless opportunities for students to expand their worldview through rigorous coursework, significant internship and career opportunities throughout the Boston area and beyond, collaborations with distinguished and dedicated faculty, and participation in a dynamic campus community. Emmanuel’s more than 50 programs in the sciences, liberal arts, business, nursing and education foster spirited discourse and substantive learning experiences that honor the College’s Catholic educational mission to educate the whole person and provide an ethical and relevant 21st-century education.
STUDENTS ON DEAN’S LIST AT NU
Northeastern University is pleased to recognize those students who distinguish themselves academically during the course of the school year. The following local students were recently named to the University’s dean’s list for the spring semester, which ended in April 2018.
* Revere resident Othman Farmi, a Northeastern University student majoring in Computer Engineering/Computer Science. In addition to achieving distinction through the dean’s list, Farmi is a member of the University Honors Program.
* Revere resident Noah Adamson, a Northeastern University student majoring in Political Science. In addition to achieving distinction through the dean’s list, Adamson is a member of the University Honors Program.
The following students were recently named to the University’s dean’s list for the spring semester, which ended in April 2018.
* Revere resident Nicole Paddock, majoring in nursing
* Revere resident Arthur Teed, majoring in computer science
* Revere resident Sebastian Perez, majoring in computer
* Revere resident Elmer Figueroa, majoring in bioengineering
* Revere resident Timur Berilo, majoring in chemical engineering
* Revere resident Walter Galdamez, majoring in electrical and computer engineering
* Revere resident Michael Dello Russo, majoring in environmental science
To achieve the dean’s list distinction, students must carry a full program of at least four courses, have a quality point average of 3.5 or greater out of a possible 4.0 and carry no single grade lower than a C- during the course of their college career. Each student receives a letter of commendation and congratulation from their college dean.
The University Honors Program offers high caliber students the chance to further hone their studies and interests, live in special interest on-campus housing, and participate in one or two honors courses each term.
Invitation into the honors program is highly competitive and students must maintain a high GPA and strong commitment to campus leadership to remain a part.
RONDON NAMED TO DEAN’S LIST
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) has announced that Joshua Rondon of Revere, a member of the class of 2020 majoring in mechanical engineering, was named to the university’s Dean’s List for academic excellence for the spring 2018 semester.
A total of 1,474 undergraduate students achieved the criteria required for WPI’s spring 2018 Dean’s List. The criteria for the WPI Dean’s List differs from that of most other universities as WPI does not compute a grade point average (GPA). Instead, WPI defines the Dean’s List by the amount of work completed at the A level in courses and projects.
“WPI’s academic programs are rigorous and require a level of independence beyond what is required in traditional courses. WPI students go beyond the classroom to work on open-ended problems in and for communities around the world. The problems are important and the impact is real” said Arthur C. Heinricher, dean of undergraduate studies. “Some of this nation’s best and brightest students come to WPI to study engineering and science and business and the humanities. Those named to the Dean’s List have excelled in all of their work, and we are exceptionally proud of these outstanding students.”
About Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Founded in 1865 in Worcester, Mass., WPI is one of the nation’s first engineering and technology universities. Its 14 academic departments offer more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in science, engineering, technology, business, the social sciences, and the humanities and arts, leading to bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees. WPI’s talented faculty work with students on interdisciplinary research that seeks solutions to important and socially relevant problems in fields as diverse as the life sciences and bioengineering, energy, information security, materials processing, and robotics. Students also have the opportunity to make a difference to communities and organizations around the world through the university’s innovative Global Projects Program. There are more than 40 WPI project centers throughout the Americas, Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Europe.
TWO NAMED TO DEAN’S LIST AT LASELL
Lasell College recently announced students named to the spring 2018 Dean’s List. Juan Jurado-Rojas and Jennifer Martins of Revere were named to the Dean’s List for outstanding academic achievement
Students with this accomplishment are full-time degree candidates who completed 12 or more credits in the spring semester, with a grade point averages of 3.5 or higher. This semester’s Dean’s List encompasses a total of 707 students from all class years, including 126 members of the school’s first-year class.
BRIANNA GREGORY ON PRESIDENT”S LIST
Brianna Gregory of Revere has been named to Southern New Hampshire University’s winter 2018 President’s List. Eligibility for the President’s List requires that a student accumulate an academic grade point averages (GPA) of 3.7-4.0 and earn 12 credits for the semester.
Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) is a private, nonprofit institution with an 85-year history of educating traditional-aged students and working adults. Now serving more than 100,000 students worldwide, SNHU offers over 200 accredited undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs, available online and on its 300-acre campus in Manchester, NH. Recognized as the “Most Innovative” regional university by U.S. News & World Report and one of the fastest-growing universities in the country, SNHU is committed to expanding access to high quality, affordable pathways that meet the needs of each student. Learn more at www.snhu.edu.
CORBELLE ON DEAN’S LIST
Ralph Corbelle, Class of 2021, from Revere was named to the dean’s list at Bucknell University during the spring semester of the 2017-18 academic year. A student must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a scale of 4.0 to receive dean’s list recognition.
Located in Lewisburg, Pa., Bucknell University is a highly selective private liberal arts university that offers majors in the arts, engineering, humanities, management, and social and natural sciences, along with broad opportunities outside of class, to its 3,600 undergraduates. Graduate programs are available in select disciplines. Students benefit from a small student-faculty ratio of 9:1, personal attention from faculty, leadership opportunities, and excellent graduation rates and career outcomes.
BELSCHNER SELECTED AS ORIENTATION LEADER
The Assumption College Office of Student Affairs has announced that Andrew Belschner, of Revere, Class of 2019, has been selected among a significant pool of applicants to serve as a 2018 Orientation Leader.
The Assumption College Orientation Leaders, guided by the Catholic principles of Assumptionist tradition, are dedicated to supporting incoming first year students during their transition to college. Interactive and collaborative experiences during three different orientation sessions in June – led by the orientation leaders – help both students and parents alike reflect on what it means to be an emerging adult in a college atmosphere. Orientation leaders will guide incoming students on their journey of becoming individuals of critical intelligence, thoughtful citizenship, and compassionate service as they embark upon their undergraduate journey.
“Each year, we carefully select orientation leaders who best represent the Assumption spirit and who can genuinely connect with and support our incoming first year students,” said Kaitlin Bevins, Director of Student Activities and Leadership Development. “Our orientation staff members are committed to creating a welcoming atmosphere and cultivating relationships with the incoming students. During their time together, orientation leaders work to share the deep values, Catholic traditions, and the strong community that is representative of Assumption College.”
Assumption College organizes three June orientation programs; each session lasts a day and a half with an overnight component for new students to get a sense of what it will be like to live on campus. Orientation leaders carefully construct sessions to help students familiarize themselves with the campus, discuss academic interests with advisors, and meet other members of their class.
AMAYA EARN DEGREE FROM CURRY
Curry College is pleased to announce that Stephanie Amaya of Revere, received a Bachelor of Arts degree on Sunday, May 20, at Commencement Exercises in Milton, Massachusetts.
Social entrepreneur Dr. Navyn Salem, Hon. ‘18 served as Commencement speaker and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Business Administration degree. Salem founded Edesia, a nonprofit organization that helps get high-quality “miracle” food into the hands of the world’s most malnourished children.
The College also awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree to the Hon. Anthony M. Campo, ‘79, Hon. ‘18. Campo, an Associate Justice of the Superior Court in Massachusetts, is a Curry College alumnus and trustee.
About Curry College
Founded in 1879, Curry College is a private, four-year, liberal arts-based institution located on 131 acres in Milton, Mass. Curry extends its educational programs to a continuing education branch campus in Plymouth, Mass. Curry offers 27 undergraduate majors, as well as graduate degrees in business, education, criminal justice, and nursing, with a combined enrollment of over 3,700 students. The student body consists of approximately 2,000 traditional undergraduate students, 1,400 continuing education students, and 300 graduate students. Approximately 1,575 of its students reside on the Curry campus. The largest majors are business management, communication, nursing, criminal justice, and education. The College offers a wide array of extra-curricular activities ranging from 14 NCAA Division III athletic teams to an outstanding theatre program. Visit us on the web at www.curry.edu.