Local Students: Education association awards scholarships

Faith Pelkie of Fryeburg Academy is one of five recipients of OCEA-R scholarships presented by the Oxford County Education Association-Retired. Pelkie is the daughter of Dewayne and Lori Pelkie. She has been accepted at South Maine Community College and the University of Maine at Farmington. She plans to major to early childhood education.
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PORTLAND, Maine — Ashley Gray made the dean's list four out of four semesters at University of Southern Maine Gorham/Portland.
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BIDDEFORD, Maine — Linsey Miller made the dean's list for the spring semester at University of New England. Miller is the daughter of Steve and Laurie Miller.
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BOSTON —  Two local students were named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Simmons College in Boston.
Emmaline Catherine Ashe of Chocorua is majoring in environmental science and public health.
Hannah Grace Marudzinski of Freedom is majoring in nursing.
Simmons College, founded in 1899, is an undergraduate women's college. The college also offers coeducational graduate programs in nursing and health sciences, liberal arts, library and information science, business management and social work.
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BEVERLY, Mass. — Joshua Kyler Drew of Intervale and Ethan James Hill of Center Conway were part of graduating class of 2016 at Endicott College.
Drew is the son of Kyler and Darlene Drew. He received a bachelor of science degree in sports management.
Hill is the son of James and Mary Hill of Center Conway. He received a bachelor of science degree in finance.
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WATERVILLE, Maine — Michelle C. Boucher of Fryeburg and Silas J. Eastman of Chatham were named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Colby College.
Both attended Fryeburg Academy, and both are members of the Colby College Class of 2017.
Boucher is the daughter of Gerard and Sarah Boucher of Fryeburg. Eastman is the son of Stephen and Jeanne Eastman.
Also making the dean's list was Gillian M. Morris of Sanford, Maine. She is the daughter of Margaret Morris of Sanford, Maine, and John Morris of Center Ossipee.
Founded in 1813, Colby College serves only undergraduates and offers 57 majors. The school has 1,850 students from around the world.
 

Local Students: Students earn degrees from University of Vermont

BURLINGTON, Vt. —  Some 2,329 students were awarded a variety of bachelor's degrees during the University of Vermont's 215th commencement ceremonies on May 22.

The following local students received diplomas:

Ryan Demmons of Alton graduated with a bachelor of science in biological science.

Benjamin Emery of Intervale graduated with a bachelor of science in statistics.

Sarah Fauver of North Conway graduated with a bachelor of science in animal sciences.

Taylor Schoonover of North Conway graduated magna cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences

Chartered in 1791, the University of Vermont has 9,958 undergraduates in seven schools and colleges, 1,371 graduate students and 459 medical students.

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NEWARK, Del — Savannah Kruguer of Brownfield was named to the University of Delaware dean's list for the spring semester.

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ATLANTA, Ga. — Shira Braiterman of Wolfeboro Falls made the dean's list for the spring semester at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Georgia Tech, located in the city of Atlanta, is considered one of the nation's leading research universities. More than 24,000 undergraduate and graduate students are enrolled there.

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SCRANTON, Pa. —  Benjamin Kelly of Glen was among 1,600 students named to the University of Scranton dean's list for the spring semester.

Kelly is a freshman neuroscience major in the university's College of Arts and Sciences.

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Ashana Michaels-Hayford of Chocorua graduated from Western New England University with a master of education in curriculum and instruction/secondary education on May 21.

Western New England University is a private, independent, coeducational institution founded in 1919. The university serves 3,955 students.

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BRISTOL, R.I. — Timothy Allen of Chocorua was named to the spring dean's list at Roger Williams University.

With campuses on the coast of Bristol and in the heart of Providence, R.I., Roger Williams University has nearly 4,000 undergraduates, along with hundreds of law students, graduate students and adult learners.

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WATERVILLE, Maine — Michelle C. Boucher of Fryeburg made the dean's list for the spring semester at Colby College.

Colby College, located in Waterville, Maine, is a private liberal arts college with about 2,000 students.

Local Students: Local students receive degrees, honors

CANTON, N.Y. — Eleanor F. Jones of Fryeburg was one of nearly 600 students awarded bachelor degrees from St. Lawrence University during commencement ceremonies held on May 22 in Canton, N.Y.
Jones is a member of the Class of 2016 and majored in geology. She received a bachelor of science degree.
Jones is a graduate of Fryeburg Academy.
Founded in 1856, St. Lawrence University is a private, independent liberal arts institution of about 2,500 students.
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NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. — A Center Conway student was one of 750 students who receive bachelor's degrees at Merrimack College on May 22.
Kathryn Bishop of Center Conway received a bachelor of science in athletic training,
Merrimack College, founded in 1947, is an independent, private college with programs in business, education, engineering, health sciences and the liberal arts.
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CLEMSON, S.C. — Alexander Michael Milford of Intervale graduated from Clemson University May 7 with a bachelor of science in civil engineering.
Milford was among 3,200 students who received degrees in the graduation ceremony.
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NEW LONDON, Conn. — Dominic Dante Lentini, Class of 2018 at Connecticut College, was awarded the Minor Myers Jr. Research Fellowship. The fellowship is given to a sophomore or junior of extraordinary promise to enable that student to support a self-directed and intensive summer of research, exploration and travel.
Situated on the coast of southern New England, Connecticut College is a highly selective private liberal arts college with 1,900 students from all across the country and throughout the world.

Local Students: Graduation season as students collect their degrees

DURHAM — The following local students graduated from the University of New Hampshire during the commencement ceremony held May 21 in Durham.
Students who received the honor of summa cum laude graduated with a GPA of 3.7 to 4.0; students who received the honor of magna cum laude graduated with a GPA of 3.50 to 3.69; and students who received the honor of cum laude graduated with a GPA of 3.2 to 3.49.
Alexander Danielovich of North Sandwich earned a bachelor of science in business administration — management.
Christopher King of Center Conway earned a bachelor of science in business administration — marketing.
Justin Gamache of Center Conway earned a bachelor of arts in history
Scott Saunders of Center Conway earned a bachelor of science in kinesiology — sports studies.
Rose Mellino of Center Ossipee earned a bachelor of science in therapeutic recreation.
Ryan Doonan of Center Ossipee earned a bachelor of arts in history cum laude.
Shana Lund of Chocorua earned an associate of applied science degree in applied animal science.
Ali Adair of Conway earned a bachelor of science in biochemistry, molecular and cell biology.
Amanda Folsom of Conway earned a bachelor of arts in English/journalism cum laude.
Cameron Twombly of Conway earned a degree in engineering science — ecosystems magna cum laude.
Casey Blakely of Conway earned a bachelor of science in occupational therapy summa cum laude.
Daniel Rollnick of Conway earned a bachelor of arts in psychology.
Katherine Seavey of Conway earned a bachelor of arts in psychology summa cum laude.
Patrizia Cozzone of Conway earned a master of social work.
Ashley Doonan of Freedom earned a master of arts in English — literature.
Carter Butler of North Conway earned a master of science in accounting.
Charlotte Walker of North Conway earned a bachelor of science in nutrition — dietetics.
Daniel Lucchetti of Hales Location earned a bachelor of science in civil engineering.
Erinn Reville of North Conway earned a bachelor of science in biology.
Gabriel Lee of North Conway earned a bachelor of science in business adminstration — information systems and business analytics.
Hannah Bergeron of Ossipee earned a bachelor of science in occupational therapy.
Katharine Orloff-Lewis of Ossipee earned a master of science in nursing.
Kelly Gaynor of Ossipee earned a masters in public health.
Anna Jones of Tamworth earned a bachelor of arts in women's studies.
Addie Simmons of Wolfeboro Falls earned a bachelor of arts in psychology
The University of New Hampshire, founded in 1866, is a public research university with 13,000 undergraduate and 2,500 graduate students.

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NEW ORLEANS, La. — Madison Smith of Chocorua was one of nearly 3,000 students receiving degrees from Tulane University last month.

Smith graduated from the Freeman School of Business with a bachelor of science management degree.

Founded in 1834 in New Orleans, Tulane has 10 schools and colleges offering degrees in architecture, business, law, liberal arts, medicine, public health and tropical medicine, the sciences and engineering, and social work.

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WATERVILLE, Maine — Jenna E. Hill of Jackson was one of 504 seniors who graduated from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, on May 22.

Hill received a bachelor of arts degree in geology. She attended Burke Mountain Academy and is the daughter of Lawson and Victoria Hill of Gorham.

Founded in 1813, Colby serves only undergraduates and has approximately 1,850 students from around the world.

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NEWTON, Mass. — Two local students received diplomas at Lasell College commencement ceremonies.

Reid Clark of Intervale earned a bachelor of science degree in sports management. And Krystina Vizard of Albany earned of bachelor of science degree in hospitality and event management.

Kennett senior named Communications Fellow

CONWAY — Isabella (Bella) Branham, senior at Kennett High School, was named a 2016 Communications Fellow at Elon University in North Carolina. Bella plans to pursue a degree in journalism with a focus on broadcast journalism.

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NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Shane O'Neil of Glen was named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Norwich University in Vermont.

Norwich College is the oldest private military college in the U.S.

He is a member of the Corps of Cadets and the Norwich Artillery Battery.

O'Neil will be attending six weeks of training this summer at the Marine Corps Officer Candidate Training School in Quantico, Va. He will return to Norwich University for his junior year as cadre to train the incoming recuits.

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BURLINGTON, Vt. — Olivia Kramp of Intervale graduated from Champlain College with a degree in early childhood/elementary education on May 14.

Champlain College's 138th commencement was held at Edmunds Field in Burlington, Vt. A total of 537 undergraduates received their associate and bachelor's degrees during the ceremony.