Spring Semester 2010 Dean’s List
Chatham University – Meriel Wheatley; Luther College – Sonja Birthisel; Smith College – Hillary Knight–Mitchell; Springfield College – Samuel Burrell; University of Maine, Farmington – Katharine Keough, Tyler King, Heather Morse, Lauren Booth, Carolyn Young; University of Southern Maine – Daniel Hayes, Kalan Marciniak, Danielle Netland, Alexander Silverman; Virginia Tech – Amy M. Koppen.
George Washington University – Madeleine Hammond O’Connor; Ithaca College – Joy Kucinkas; Springfield College – Douglas Nickerson; Susquehanna University – Glendon Staples; University of Maine, Farmington – Kelsey Graffam, Jordan Hale; Villanova University – Cameron Foley; University of Southern Maine – Jessica DiBiase, Lindsay Hebert, Michele Lamare, Mary McIntyre, Robert Pruzansky, IanPutansu, Megan Shean, Caleb Slabbert.
The College of Wooster – Andrew Collins; Springfield College – Peggy Moore; University of Maine, Farmington – Sarah Gordon, Rebekah Roy, Jordanna Simard, Kelcie Simmons, Alina Steadman, Gordon Wilson;
Ithaca College – Eve Miller; University of Southern Maine – Casey Abbott, Wilson Bristol, Laura Collard, Shaina Deutsch, Nathan Garnett, Kathryn Gordon, Sarah Hazzard, Hannah Kelley, David Lindbom, Simon Skold, Julia Smith, Emily Strickland, Erinn Swift, William Turner.
University of Maine, Farmington – Barry Coolbrith; University of Southern Maine – Brian Bartlett, ErinDuford, Eben Fogg, Rodney Nason.
Boston University – Robert C. Gillies, Emma L. Roose; Gettysburg College – Amelia Devine; Springfield College – Erin Woodbury; University of Maine, Farmington – Victoria Ballenger; University of Southern Maine – Sarah Arnold, Amanda Beverage, Vanessa Blanchard, Roberto Cavazos, Ethan Chanterelle, Jordan Driscoll, Eileen Hopkins, Kurt Johnston, Nathan Kinsman, Jillian Olivares–Weil, Andrew Pfeffer, Rosemary Tibbals; Washington University – Lucas Walworth McCain.
The American Museum of Natural History selected Greely High School student Lena Champlin as one of the 13 winners in the 13th Annual Young Naturalist Awards program, a nationwide science-based research contest for students in grades seven through 12, supported by Alcoa Foundation. Presenting Champlin with the award and cash prize at a recent ceremony in New York City, are Christopher Raxworthy, associate curator at the museum, on left, and Paula Davis, on right, of the Alcoa Foundation.