Students Named to the University of Vermont Dean's List
BURLINGTON, VT (12/21/2020)-- To be named to the dean's list, students must have a grade-point average of 3.0 or better and rank in the top 20 percent of their class in their respective college or school.
Kennedy Brown of Bellmawr
Alina Chiccarine of Ocean View
Isabella Dekluyver of Haddonfield
Connor Fegley of Haddon Township
Caroline Flynn of Medford
Rachel Goldman of Southampton
Olivia Hart of Moorestown
Melissa Kampf of Ocean City
Parker Kimberly of Riverton
Julia Kropiewnicki of Mullica Hill
Claire Leahy of Pilesgrove
Natalie Lloyd of Moorestown
Ashley Mccoy of Westampton
Jennifer Nardello of Mount Laurel
Annika Ringen of Medford
Lydia Sander of Haddonfield
Rachel Santella of Woodbury
Sophia Sinibaldi of Voorhees
Samantha Smoger of Ventnor City
Konnor Yunghans of Woodbine
Since 1791, the University of Vermont has worked to move humankind forward. Committed to both research and teaching, UVM professors -- world-class researchers, scholars, and artists -- bring their discoveries into the classroom and their students into the field. Located in Burlington, Vermont, one of the nation's most vibrant small cities and top college towns, UVM is a Public Ivy and top 100 national research university educating 10,700 undergraduate students, 1,627 graduate students, 776 certificate and non-degree students, and 478 M.D. students in the Larner College of Medicine.
Shannon Conrey Set to Graduate from East Stroudsburg Univeristy
EAST STROUDSBURG, PA (12/21/2020)-- Shannon Conrey from Riverside (08075) is among the 447 students who will receive degrees from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania on December 19, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, traditional ceremonies could not take place, but all degrees will be conferred upon completion of coursework.
ESU will share messages from Kenneth Long, interim president; Nancy VanArsdale, Ph.D., professor of English and president of ESU's chapter of the Association of Pennsylvania State Colleges & University Faculties (APSCUF); Christina Steffy M'20, graduate student speaker; and Dushan Chacon '20, undergraduate student speaker.
Along with their remarks, a video presentation including photos submitted by graduating students was created, along with a digital copy of a commemorative booklet. All can be found at the celebration website, www.esu.edu/celebrate, on Saturday, December 19, 2020.
Students will receive a copy of the commemorative booklet via mail, along with a graduation tassel and any honors cords they have earned.
A total of 327 bachelor's degrees, 112 master's degrees and eight doctoral degrees will be awarded.
East Stroudsburg University, one of the 14 institutions in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, opened in 1893 as East Stroudsburg Normal School. Today, ESU is a comprehensive university in northeastern Pennsylvania offering 58 undergraduate programs, 21 master's programs and two doctoral program. Over 6,000 students are enrolled for the high quality, affordable, and accessible education ESU provides. Nearly 30,000 ESU alumni live in Pennsylvania.