The Middletown Press (Middletown, CT)
Students graduate, earn honors
BEVERLY, Massachusetts — Endicott College announces its spring 2021 dean’s list students. To qualify, a student must obtain a minimum grade-point average of 3.5, receive no letter grade below a C, have no withdrawal grades, and be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits for the semester.
Chester: Matthew Robida, Accounting and Finance, son of Sheila Robida and Eugene Robida
Cromwell: Jessica DellaRatta, Criminal Justice, daughter of Diane DellaRatta and Thomas DellaRatta; Cailin Duffy, English, daughter of Coleen Duffy and Richard Duffy; Marisa Vitale, Nursing, daughter of Lisa Vitale and Rich Vitale
Durham: Emma Craig, Marketing, daughter of Karen Craig and David Craig; Alexa DeFilio, Nursing, daughter of Anthony DeFilio; Juliana DeFilio, Accounting, daughter of Anthony DeFilio; Declan Keenan, Political Science and Psychology, son of Kristan
Higgins and Terence Keenan; Kelsey O’Sullivan, Nursing, daughter of Elizabeth O’Sullivan and Joseph O’Sullivan; Camden Stockdale, Nursing, son of Kim Burke and Joshua Stockdale
East Hampton: Alyssa Marchi, Nursing, daughter of Nancy Marchi and Drew Marchi; Kelley Williams, Nursing, daughter of Patricia Williams and Thomas Williams; Emma Wolfram, Interior Architecture, daughter of Deborah Wolfram and Daniel Wolfram
East Lyme: Alexandra Rose, Studio Art, daughter of Alicia Rose and Daniel Rose
Essex: Gabriella Verderame Malachowski, Nursing, daughter of Marlene Verderame and Jason Malachowski
Ivoryton: Kathryn Burr, Liberal Studies, daughter of Pamela Burr and Whitney Burr
Killingworth: Ava Lindell, Nursing, daughter of Carolyn Lindell and Dean Lindell
Middletown: Emily Augeri, Nursing, daughter of Cynthia Augeri and Paul Augeri; Madison Webster, Nursing, daughter of
Robin Webster and James Webster
Moodus: Jessie Donahue, English, daughter of Ruth Donahue and Paul Donahue; Megan Masci, Libl Studies/Education, daughter of Ruth Masci and Michael Masci
Portland: James Cohun, Criminal Justice, son of Kathleen Cohun and Stephen Cohun; Kyle MacGillis, Business Management, son of Sophia MacGillis and Robert MacGillis; Kelly Talerico, Nursing, daughter of Dawn Talerico and Richard Talerico; Nicolette Talerico, Nursing, daughter of Dawn Talerico and Richard Talerico; Kelsey Zajac, Nursing, daughter of Kristen Dimock
Vermont Technical College
RANDOLPH CENTER, Vermont — Vermont Technical College announces that Adam Dalterio of Chester, a student in the the Renewable Energy program, graduated in the spring of 2021.
FAIRFIELD — The following Fairfield University students received dean’s list honors for the spring 2021 semester. To qualify, students must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours in a semester, have no outstanding or incomplete grades for that semester, and have attained a semester grade point average of 3.50 or better.
Durham: Jaclyn Faggio, Samuel Longworth, Jillian Pernerewski, Madison Terrill
East Hampton: Katie Zimmer
East Lyme: Alexis Dumais, Tessa Lasser, Nadia Tarhini
Ivoryton: Erin Breitenbach, Margaret Breitenbach, Zachary Stevens
Middletown: Trevor Getek, Vincent Gritzuk
Moodus: Sara Barzee
University of the Sciences
PHILADELPHIA — Maura Dooley of Killingworth was among the graduates recognized during University of the Sciences commencement May 26. Dooley graduated with a master of science degree in biomedical writing.
POMFRET — The following area students were named to the spring 2021 head of school scholar honors list at Pomfret School. Each earned a GPA of 4.00 and received no grade lower than an A- for the spring 2021 term.
They are Kellen Beauton of Colchester and Hanley Ferrucci of Essex.
The following individuals were named to the high honors list, which requires they earn a GPA of at least 3.670 and received no grade lower than a B+ for the spring 2021 term.
They are Nicholas Ferrucci of Essex and Riley Millard of Chester
BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania — Jeffrey Dicker of Old Saybrook graduated with a master of engineering degree with a major in health care systems engineering from Lehigh University in May.
CORTLAND, New York — Taylor Esposito of Deep River was among SUNY Cortland students who earned president’s list honors for the fall 2020 semester. Esposito is studying communication studies.
To qualify, students must earn a grade of A- or better in each of their classes while carrying a course load of 12 hours or more.