Middlesex County college student news for April 12, 2022

EAST HARTFORD – Goodwin University announces local students who achieved dean’s list status for the fall 2021 session.

They are: Trieshia Alicea of ​​Middletown, Renato Astolfi of Middletown, Nicole Augeri of Portland, Kelly Augeri of Middletown, Garrett Baier of East Hampton, Alexis Ballard of East Hampton, Marianna Bean of Westbroo, Raymond Begin of East Hampton, Shaine Belli of East Haddam, Rebecca Bobko-Quinpiliano of Middletow, Mallory Botti of Middletow, Amy Brauchler of Clinton, Joshua Bringhurst of Rocky Hill, Jordon Brown of Cromwel, Sharon Brown-Ellis of Middletown, Sarah Bugbee of Higganu, Linda Cambi of East Haddam, Benjamin Choplick -Ward of Middlefield, Ashley Condon of Middletown, Skyla Corley of Middletow, Alyssa Crete of Higganu, Emily Culbert of Portland, Lindsey Cullinan of Chester, Cyanne Dejesus of Middletown, Alyssia Delgobbo of Cromwell, Victoria Dimartino of East Haddam, Damien Dumond of East Hampton, Alisha Excellent of Cromwel, Kindra Faucher of Esse, LaKeisha Frazier-Tinsley of Middletown, Megan Gibbs of Middletow, Mandy Goin of Middletown, Linsey Hall of Westbrook, Jennifer Har ris of East Hampton, Brittany Hinxman of Cromwell, Samantha Homar of Moodus, Michael Hutmacher of Clinton, Elizabeth Kavanaugh of Killingworth, Connie Kelleher of Middletown, MacKenzie Kelsey of Middletown, Sarah Kernan of Middletown, Kimberly Kiernan of East Hampton, Ginneane Kirk of East Hampton, Rose Koffman of Portland, Morgan Krajewski of East Hampton, Victoria Leist of Cromwell, Matthew Lyss of Old Saybrook, Sherin Mastracchio of Killingworth, Veronica Mathews of East Hampton

Also, Karen Meszaros of Middletown, Veronica Miller of Middletown, Katherine Molter of Middletown, Tatiana Montes of Haddam, Kylee Mowel of Middletown, Skye Muli of Durham, Brianna Norman of Clinton, Zoe Nuzzo of MIddletown, Danielle Ochsner of Middletown, Angelina Olsen of Cromwell, Kellie Owen of East Hampton, Jennifer Owens of Portland, Richard Palma of Middletown, Thomas Panasewich of Middletown, Ariana Panico of Westbrook, Liza Pena of Middletown, Elizabeth Perow of Middletown, Chelsea Pike of East Hampton, Samantha Pollock of Moodus, Mark Powell of Portland, Ashley Predom of Durham, Ashley Proteau Abbott of Killingworth, Alexia Radkermani of Middletown, Elizabeth Robinson of Deep Rive, Amy Rodrigue of Cromwell, Casey Rolon of Old Saybrook, Michaela Rubino of Higganum, Amber Ryan of Portland, Olivia Silverman of Middletown, Shanique Sinclair of Cromwel, Makayla Spada of Middletown, Jurita Strazda of Old Saybroo, Amanda Sweeney of Middletown, Angela Tirado of Middletow, Taylor Toma sino of Middletown, Ashley Trapp of Cromwell, Celenia Velasquez Coello of Middletown, Alicia Vereen of Middletown, Katherine Verity of Clinton, David Vincent of Clinton, Ashley Weed of Westbrook, Dana Yi of Middletown and Maggie Zemienieski of East Haddam.

Dean’s list inclusion requires a student to earn a minimum 3.5 GPA, the equivalent of an A-average, during a given academic session. The student must also be enrolled in a minimum of six academic credits to qualify.

Goodwin University’s president’s list includes local students who scored a perfect 4.0 GPA.


They are: Trieshia Alicea of ​​Middletown, Nicole Augeri of Portland, Kelly Augeri of Middletown, Shaine Belli of East Haddam, Amy Brauchler of Clinton, Benjamin Choplick-Ward of Middlefiel, LaKeisha Frazier-Tinsley of Middletown, Mandy Goin of Middletown, Jennifer Harris of East Hampton, Elizabeth Kavanaugh of Killingworth, Connie Kelleher of Middletown, Sherin Mastracchio of Killingworth, Veronica Mathews of East Hampton, Kylee Mowel of Middletown, Skye Muli of Durham, Danielle Ochsner of Middletown, Elizabeth Perow of Middletown, Samantha Pollock of Moodus, Ashley Predom of Durham, Alexia Radkermani of Middletown, Elizabeth Robinson of Deep River, Casey Rolon of Old Saybrook, Amber Ryan of Portland, Taylor Tomasino of Middletown, Celenia Velasquez Coello of Middletown, Alicia Vereen of Middletown, David Vincent of Clinton and Ashley Weed of Westbrook.

Rochester Institute of Technology

ROCHESTER, NY – The following local residents made the dean’s list at the Rochester Institute of Technology for the fall 2021 semester.

Patrick Kubiak of Middlefield, computer science; Reagan Brenneman of Centerbrook, applied mathematics; Robert Walling of Durham, software engineering; Greg Lynskey of Killingworth, computer science; Emmy Skiles of Old Saybrook, 3D digital design; Devin Gallant of Killingworth, film and animation program; Tabby Hardgrove of Ivoryton, biology; Bella Buhat of Middletown, pre-baccalaureate visual communication; Alex Blair of Higganum, computing exploration; Lucas Schleicher of Durham, computer science; Conner Cart of Old Saybrook, game design and development; Bridget Harry of Higganum, film and animation; Nick Dawson of Portland, who is in software engineering; Sean Carroll of Durham, computing security; Evan Selger of East Hampton, electrical engineering technology.

Full-time degree-seeking undergraduate students are eligible for the list if their term GPA is greater than or equal to 3,400.

Eastern Connecticut State University

WILLIMANTIC – Eastern Connecticut State University’s men’s and women’s lacrosse teams are in the midst of their spring 2022 seasons. Among the student athletes are: Michael Glass of Cromwell, a freshman who majors in physical education and plays midfield; and Timothy Lichack of Clinton, a freshman who majors in business administration and plays attack.

The men’s baseball and women’s softball teams are beginning their spring 2022 seasons. Locals are Owen Marica of Haddam, a senior who majors in psychology and plays shortstop / pitcher on the baseball team; Noah Plantamuro of Middlefield, a junior who majors in communication and plays infield on the baseball team; Zachary Player of East Hampton, a senior who majors in criminology and sociology and plays pitcher on the baseball team; Alexa Boone of Middletown, a sophomore who majors in biology and plays pitcher on the softball team; and Carley Gessaro of Middletown, a junior who majors in health sciences and plays catcher / first base on the softball team.

Lasell University

NORTON, Mass. – The Lasell University women’s track and field team had four athletes compete at the Wheaton College Invitational recently. Freshman Hanna Babek of Deep River broke a personal record with her performance in the 200-meter dash, where she finished 13th with a time of 28.57 seconds. She also competed in the 60-meter dash putting up a time of 8.60 seconds to finish in 18th place.

Clarkson University

POTSDAM, NY – The following local students from Clarkson University were awarded degrees Dec. 18: Yashveen Rai of Clinton, bachelor of science with distinction in biology; minor chemistry, medicine and health care minor; and Emma Maureen Forrester of Durham, bachelor of science in engineering and management; project management minor.

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