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Olivia Plunkett named to Baldwin Wallace University Dean's List

BEREA, OH (01/24/2019)-- Olivia Plunkett of Haddonfield (08033), a graduate of Haddonfield Memorial High School majoring in history, has been named to the Dean's List for the fall 2018 semester at Baldwin Wallace University, according to Provost Stephen D. Stahl. Any full-time student who achieves a GPA of at least 3.6 for 12 or more graded hours or part-time student who achieves a GPA of at least 3.6 for six or more graded hours in the fall or spring semester will be placed on the Dean's List.

Baldwin Wallace University, founded in 1845, was one of the first colleges to admit students without regard to race or gender. An independent, coeducational university of 4,000 students, BW offers coursework in the liberal arts tradition in more than 80 academic areas. Located in Berea, 12 miles from downtown Cleveland, BW offers students the cultural, educational and business advantages of a major metropolitan area.

McDaniel College Announces Dean's List

WESTMINSTER, MD (01/24/2019)-- McDaniel College announces its Fall 2018 Dean's List, recognizing full-time undergraduate students for outstanding academic achievement.

Highest honors are earned for a semester grade point average of 3.90 or higher, high honors for a grade point average of 3.70-3.89, and honors for a 3.50-3.69 grade point average.

Students included:

Grayson Myers of Medford (08055) who earned Highest Honors

Emily Metzger of Shamong (08088) who earned Honors

Jack Ujvary of Galloway (08205) who earned High Honors

McDaniel College, founded in 1867, is a four-year, independent college of the liberal arts and sciences offering more than 70 undergraduate programs of study, including pre-professional specializations and student-designed majors, and over 20 graduate programs. One of 40 "Colleges That Change Lives," McDaniel emphasizes experiential learning and student-faculty collaboration to develop the unique potential in every student. Represented by the Green Terror, its 24 athletic teams compete in the NCAA Division III Centennial Conference. A student-centered community of 1,600 undergraduates and 1,400 graduate students offers access to both Baltimore and Washington, D.C., plus a European campus in Budapest, Hungary.

Coll I Kuhle Named To Central Methodist University Dean's List

FAYETTE, MO (01/24/2019)-- Central Methodist University student Ingrid Coll I Kuhle, a business major from Cabrera de Mar, Spain, has been named to the CMU Dean's List for the fall 2018 semester.

This outstanding academic achievement is awarded only to students who maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.50 or above for the semester, among other criteria, according to CMU Provost and Dean of the University Dr. Rita Gulstad.

Out of CMU's nearly 5,000 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) and College of Graduate and Extended Studies (CGES) students, 984 were named to the fall semester Dean's List.

These students study at CMU's main campus in Fayette, at CMU's extended sites, or through CMU's online programs.

Coll I Kuhle studies at CMU's main campus in Fayette.

Since its founding in 1854, CMU has evolved into a university that confers master's, bachelor's and associate's degrees through programming on its main campus in Fayette, Mo., and through extension sites and online.

Albright College undergraduates pursue scholarly research

READING, PA (01/24/2019)-- Through Albright Creative Research Experience (ACRE) projects, undergraduate students conduct research or pursue creative endeavors outside of regular semester sessions. Student proposals that are accepted by a faculty review board are rewarded with college stipends.

Local students who conducted ACRE projects in the winter of 2019 included:

Emily Anne Curley of Browns Mills, N.J. (08015). An Albright english student and a graduate of Pemberton Township High School, Curley worked with faculty member Teresa Gilliams, Ph.D., to study "Unsung Voices: The Othering of Japanese Americans Post World War II." Curley's ACRE proposal also earned a Mellon Scholarship. Mellon Scholars are students of high academic standing in the humanities who are completing particularly high quality research projects.

Francis Mele of Williamstown, N.J. (08094). An Albright biochemistry student Timber Creek Regional High School, Mele worked with faculty member Andrew Samuelsen, Ph.D., to study "Evaluating Rhamnose Promoter Leakiness Using the Green Fluorescent Protein." Mele's ACRE proposal also earned a Hearst Scholarship. Hearst Scholars are students of high academic standing in the sciences who are completing particularly high quality research projects.

Founded in 1856, Albright College educates creative, curious students to become adaptable, global citizens who discover and reach their full potential. The College's flexible interdisciplinary curriculum encourages students to combine majors and disciplines to create individualized academic programs. Close faculty mentorship, numerous experiential learning options, and a diverse, supportive and nurturing community of scholars and learners help students exceed their own expectations and graduate with a commitment to a lifetime of service and learning. Located in Reading, Pennsylvania, Albright enrolls more than 1,800 full-time undergraduates and 700 adult learners and graduate students.

831 Students Named to President's List at Plymouth State University

PLYMOUTH, NH (01/23/2019)-- 831 students have been named to the Plymouth State University President's List for the Fall 2018 semester. To be named to the President's List, a student must achieve a grade point average of 3.7 or better for the Fall 2018 semester and must have attempted at least 12 credit hours during the semester.

Alison Louie of Mount Laurel (08054)

Cameron Bunn of East Melbourne (08002)

About Plymouth State University

Established in 1871, Plymouth State University serves the state of New Hampshire and the world beyond by transforming our students through advanced practices where engaged learning produces well-educated undergraduates and by providing graduate education that deepens and advances knowledge and enhances professional development. With distinction, we connect with community and business partners for economic development, technological advances, healthier living, and cultural enrichment with a special commitment of service to the North Country and Lakes Region of New Hampshire.