Colby-Sawyer College in New London, N.H., recognizes 283 students for outstanding academic achievement during the 2020 spring semester including Salem’s Katelin Clifton, a member of the class of 2020 majoring in nursing; Allison Di- Giovanni, a member of the class of 2020 majoring in nursing; and Deanna DiPrima, a member of the class of 2020 majoring in nursing.
The following Salem students graduated from the University of New Hampshire in Durham on May 16 during a virtual celebration:
Cortney Shepard, MBA degree in Business Administration: Growth & Innovation.
Jan Michael Austria, MS degree in Analytics.
Jason Korbani, MS degree in Accounting.
John Pham, MBA degree in Business Administration.
Kailey San Antonio, BS degree in Communication Science & Disorders (cum laude).
Mari Tarantino, BS degree in Human Development & Family Studies (magna cum laude).
Nicole Abate, MS degree in BSCI: Integrative & Organismal.
Patrick McDonough, BA degree in Psychology.
Nicholas LaCreta, BS degree in Business Administration: Finance (summa cum laude).
Nicole Heath, BSCHEM degree in Chemistry.
Claire Durfee, BS degree in Business Administration: Marketing.
Mark Foglia, BS degree in Business Administration: Finance (magna cum laude).
Colleen Parisi, BA degree in Psychology (magna cum laude)..
Samantha Ayoub BA degree in Cmn: Media Practices (magna cum laude).
Charles Davis, BS degree in Business Administration: Accounting.
Stephanie Rodriguez, BA degree in Cmn: Business Applications.
Sean McDonough, BS degree in Business Administration: Accounting.
Tara Marand, BS degree in Business Administration: Marketing.
Jarrod Ribaudo, BA degree in English/ Journalism (magna cum laude).
Matthew McConekey, BS degree in Business Administration: Finance.
Sean Ray, BS degree in Business Administration: Finance (summa cum laude).
Evran Sevincgil, BS degree in Business Administration: Accounting.
Anthony Salvo, BS degree in Outdoor Education & Leadership.
Sarah Parsons, BS degree in Biomed- Sci:MedMicro.
Dane Hoover, BSIT degree in Information Technology.
Molly Hanlon, BS degree in Biomed- Sci:Med&VetSci (magna cum laude).
These Salem students have been named to the Plymouth State University President’s List (3.7 or better GPA) for the Spring 2020 semester: Bethany Scuderi, Nicholas Arcidiacono, Petra Perrault, Hallie White, Brittany Beaudry, Peter Simari, Jessica Brunelle, Morgan Donovan, Danielle Flaherty and Alexander Sheikhabdou.
These Salem students have been named to the Plymouth State University Dean’s List for the Spring 2020 semester: Meghan Collins, Trevor Johnson, Kathryn Palen and Jacob Attarian.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute has announced that Olivia Foster, a senior majoring in biomedical engineering, has been awarded the university’s Salisbury Prize for academic excellence. A total of 24 undergraduate students-out of a class of more than 1,000-were nominated by WPI faculty to receive this award. The Salisbury Prize was established in 1871 by Stephen Salisbury, 19th century businessman and philanthropist and one of the founders of WPI. This award recognizes academic excellence in courses and in all three of the required projects. Each recipient was nominated by their department or program (in some cases, by more than one). Every recipient has an outstanding academic record, and each has made significant contributions to WPI beyond their classes and projects.
Assumption College has announced those Salem students who have been named to the College’s Dean’s List for the spring 2020 semester: Brooke Murphy, Brendan Philippon and Colin Philippon.
Casey Torname , a Nichols College student, achieved President’s List status for the spring 2020 semester. Students whose semester grade point average is 3.85 or higher for at least 12 undergraduate credit-hours and no grades below B- will receive President’s List honors.
Jordan Shore, Class of 2020, has been named to the dean’s list for the spring 2020 semester at the University of Vermont. Shore is in the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences. To be named to the dean’s list, students must have a gradepoint average of 3.0 or better and rank in the top 20 percent of their class in their respective college or school.