- Category: Local People
DURHAM — The following local students were named to the dean's list at the University of New Hampshire for the fall 2016 semester:
Claire Martindale of Center Conway earned highest honors; Dylan Sanborn of Center Conway earned honors; Rachel Samia of Center Conway earned highest honors; Michaela Stanton of Center Conway earned highest honors; Nicholas Graziano of Center Conway earned high honors; Bradford Canavari of Center Conway earned high honors; Calee Sears of Center Conway earned high honors; Sean Diamond of Center Ossipee earned high honors; Danielle Doonan of Center Ossipee earned highest honors; Connor Diamond of Center Ossipee earned honors; Melissa Seeley of Center Sandwich earned high honors; Sullivan Briggs of Chatham earned highest honors; Eliot Coulter of Chocorua earned honors; Marissa Anderson of Conway earned honors; Adam Seavey of Conway earned highest honors; Michael Ellison of Conway earned highest honors; Robert Davis of Conway earned high honors; Maria Folsom of Conway earned highest honors; Izak Gilbo of Effingham earned honors; Tanner Wheeler of Freedom earned high honors; Hillary Johnson of Freedom earned honors; Quinn Duffy of Glen earned high honors; John Sullivan of Glen earned highest honors; Nathaniel Swift of Intervale earned high honors; Tyrus Parker of Intervale earned honors; Ariana King of Intervale earned honors; Nora Miller of Jackson earned high honors; Alexandra George of Madison earned highest honors; Alexander Brown of Madison earned high honors; Nicholas Brown of Madison earned hghest honors; Catherine Sandstrom of Madison earned honors; Lidiya Dzhumayeva of North Conway earned highest honors; Spencer Duchesne of North Conway earned honors; Nicholas Garland of Ossipee earned highest honors; Nathan Wotton of Ossipee earned honors; Rachel Sitomer of Silver Lake earned high honors; Matthew Green of Silver Lake earned honors; Michael Jones of Tamworth earned honors; Erinn Vittum of Wolfeboro Falls earned highest honors.
The University of New Hampshire is a research university with more than 16,000 students from all 50 states and 71 countries. For more information, visit www.unh.edu.
TILTON — Tamworth resident Sarah Schartner, grade 10, is one of 47 students recently named a MacMorran Scholar at Tilton School for the second semester of the 2016-17 academic year. The awards are based on grades from the
first semester of 2016-2017.
To qualify as a MacMorran Scholar, a student's semester achievements must include high honor roll, scholarly effort honor roll and excellence in citizenship.
To be included on the high honor roll, students must demonstrate evidence of learning that exceeds the basic standards in all courses, while significantly exceeding the standard in at least one of these courses. Habits of Mind grades must at a minimum meet the expected standard.
To be included on the scholarly effort honor roll, students must demonstrate Habits of Mind at a level that significantly exceeds basic standards in at least three courses and exceeds the basic standard in the remaining classes.
Tilton School is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory school serving 260 students in grades nine to 12 and postgraduate from 18 states and 17 countries.
CONWAY — Ashley Jean Kerr of Conway received a master's in business administration with a concentration on nonprofit leadership from New England College. She obtained a 4.0 GPA.
Kerr is employed by the White Mountain Community Health Center in Conway and sits on the board of directors for M&D Playhouse of North Conway.
Kerr participated in New England College's graduation ceremony held in May 2016 in Henniker. She completed her degree requirements this December.
A 2007 graduate of Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School in South Paris, Maine, Kerr is the daughter of Bonnie Iwans of Norway, Maine, and Michael Iwans, of Otisfield, Maine.