Local students named on Dean’s Lists nationwide


Fall 2010 Dean’s Lists

Western New England College


Nicole M. Wrigley, a senior majoring in Psychology

Thomas Tousignant, a senior majoring in Secondary Education

Students are named to the Dean’s List for achieving a semester grade point average of 3.30 or higher.

Georgetown University


Samuel Dowling

Dowling received Second Honors, with a GPA of 3.7 or above on a 4.0 scale. Dowling was one of 3,446 students named to the Dean’s List this semester, and one of 1,327 students to achieve Second Honors.

Eastern Connecticut State University


Catherine F. Garrett, Rebecca L. Knapp, Lindsay G. Witkoski
Eastern Connecticut State University is part of the Connecticut State University System (CSUS) and is the state’s designated public liberal arts university. Eastern serves more than 5,600 students each year on its Willimantic campus.

University of Hartford


Lily B. Bodenlos, Ashley M. Delvecchio, Katherine E. Jeronimo, Adam M. Santo


Christine A. Barry, Krista R. Conti, Jeffrey D. Neddermann, and Dillon L. Quadrato
The University of Hartford is an independent, comprehensive institution of higher education, offering educational and career programs of study in its seven schools and colleges.

Central Connecticut State University

Beacon Falls

Christine Annelli, Shane Carter, and Charles Hart


Allison Beardsworth, Adam Blanchard, Christopher Brown, Colleen Brown, Samantha Cool, Sarah Cool, Allison DeVoe, Jake Dingle, Matthew Dobi, Nicholas Farrell, Renee Franzis, Mohamed Hrezi, Aleksandra Jusinska, Jeremy Leo, Aleksandra Lis, George Morton, and Eric Park.


Lauren Anderson, Bianca De Santis, Danielle Dickman, Alexa Fermeglia, Rachel Finke, Nicole Gillis, Nicolette LaChance, Marco Marques, John Matteis, Meghan O’Hanlon, and Samantha Sugrue.
To make the Dean’s List an undergraduate student at CCSU must carry at least 12 academic credits during the semester and earn at least a 3.50 GPA out of a possible 4.0.

Quinnipiac University


Ashley Barbieri, Emerson Franke and Michelle O’Brien.


Jessica Keeley, Stephanie Rodrigues and Kimberly Stokes.

Quinnipiac is a private, coeducational, nonsectarian institution. The university enrolls 5,900 full-time undergraduate and more than 2,000 graduate students.