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Students Named to Dean's List at Mount St. Mary's University

EMMITSBURG, MD (06/24/2020)-- Mount St. Mary's University is pleased to announce that 705 students earned Dean's List honors in Spring 2020, achieving this accomplishment despite transitioning to online learning midway through the semester due to the coronavirus pandemic. An additional 150 students were named to the President's List for earning a grade point average of 4.0. Honorees include: Students salute

Alyssa Allen of Rosenhayn

Carolyn Allen of Vineland

Jake Askin of Medford

Samantha Barry of Williamstown

Madison Bradley of Haddonfield

Jenna Brady of Woodbury

Ryan Carroll of Marlton

Jake DeAngelis of Mount Laurel

Danielle Donoghue of Ocean City

Jason Dyson of Thorofare

Noah Fraser of Williamstown

Angelo Gurcsik of Sewell

Jack Huscher of Sewell

Scott Korte of Cherry Hill

Braeden McHugh of Pennsauken

Jose Mercado of Mount Laurel

William Mercado of Mount Laurel

Emily O'Donnell of Cherry Hill

Bailey Raymond of Moorestown

Nicholas Vicente of Vineland

Cecilia Wigginton of Gloucester City

Christos Yiatrou of Mount Laurel

About Mount St. Mary's University

Mount St. Mary's University is a private, liberal arts, Catholic university in the Catoctin Mountains near historic Emmitsburg, Maryland, with a satellite campus in Frederick, Maryland's second largest city. The university offers more than 70 majors, minors, concentrations and special programs for traditional undergraduate students, and more than 20 adult undergraduate and graduate level programs. The Mount includes Mount St. Mary's Seminary, the second oldest in the United States, and the National Shrine Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, an idyllic shrine for spiritual reflection located on the hill above the university.

Local residents named to RIT Dean's List for spring semester

ROCHESTER, NY (06/24/2020)-- The following local residents made the Dean's List at Rochester Institute of Technology for the 2020 Spring Semester. Degree-seeking undergraduate students are eligible for Dean's List if their term GPA is greater than or equal to 3.400; they do not have any grades of "Incomplete", "D" or "F"; and they have registered for, and completed, at least 12 credit hours.

Christina Eker of Moorestown (08057), who is in the biomedical engineering program.

Amelia Ying of Marlton (08053), who is in the human-centered computing program.

Carly Strohl of Marlton (08053), who is in the new media design program.

Rachel DeTone of Marlton (08053), who is in the graphic design program.

Max Dragan of Mount Holly (08060), who is in the medical illustration program.

Colin McDonald of Marlton (08053), who is in the computer science program.

Angel Gray of Cherry Hill (08034), who is in the illustration program.

Rita DeNicuolo of Turnersville (08012), who is in the illustration program.

Zaven Kazandjian of Mount Laurel (08054), who is in the game design and development program.

Corey Gross of Marlton (08053), who is in the computer science program.

Jon Costa of Voorhees (08043), who is in the supply chain management program.

Sean Bitterman of Swedesboro (08085), who is in the film and animation program.

Carl Hauser of Medford (08055), who is in the mechanical engineering program.

Jack Kalina of Delran (08075), who is in the game design and development program.

Jack Yakubison of Columbus (08022), who is in the computer science program.

Hannah Gross of Voorhees (08043), who is in the graphic design program.

Emily Cruz of Clementon (08021), who is in the laboratory science technology program.

Jake Koerner of Mount Laurel (08054), who is in the exercise science program.

Alma Sanchez-Hernandez of Belmar (07719), who is in the environmental sustainability, health and safety program.

Alexander Levie of Sewell (08080), who is in the computer science program.

Nick Levie of Sewell (08080), who is in the mechanical engineering program.

Justin Nauta of Voorhees (08043), who is in the game design and development program.

Steve Cipollone of Mullica Hill (08062), who is in the chemical engineering program.

Owen Sullivan of Belmar (07719), who is in the computer science program.

Jackson Blanchard of Cinnaminson (08077), who is in the computer science program.

Vanisha Harjani of Atlantic City (08401), who is in the business administration-finance program.

Alexander Brown of Burlington (08016), who is in the electrical engineering program.

Sofia Quinones of Williamstown (08094), who is in the electrical engineering program.

Eric Strobel of Galloway (08205), who is in the industrial engineering program.

Jacob Gutwirth of Medford (08055), who is in the mechanical engineering program.

Stephen Hoffman of Cherry Hill (08003), who is in the game design and development program.

Evan Maloney of Berlin (08009), who is in the photographic and imaging arts program.

Meghan Courtney of Wildwood (08260), who is in the biomedical engineering program.

Sara Wegmann of Shamong (08088), who is in the graphic design program.

Robert Loos of Clementon (08021), who is in the computing exploration program.

Emma Moore of Bordentown (08505), who is in the ASL-English interpretation program.

Matthew Doerner of Mount Laurel (08054), who is in the electrical engineering program.

Kyle Bauer of Mount Laurel (08054), who is in the computer science program.

Dmitry Selin of Haddonfield (08033), who is in the computer science program.

Dominick Profico of Glassboro (08028), who is in the applied mathematics program.

Matthew Ratzell of Hammonton (08037), who is in the game design and development program.

Kayla Grossman of Sewell (08080), who is in the biomedical engineering program.

Julie Toich of Evesham (08053), who is in the illustration program.

Darian Byrd of Egg Harbor Township (08234), who is in the electrical engineering program.

Rochester Institute of Technology is home to leading creators, entrepreneurs, innovators and researchers. Founded in 1829, RIT enrolls about 19,000 students in more than 200 career-oriented and professional programs, making it among the largest private universities in the U.S.

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