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Susquehanna University Students from NJ Named on Dean's List

 

SELINSGROVE, PA (06/21/2021)-- Susquehanna University congratulates its dean's list students. The dean's list recognizes students who achieve a grade point average of 3.4 or higher out of a possible 4.0 for the semester.

Julia Adams, of Palmyra, is an English-Publishing & Editing and Marketing major of the Class of 2023 and a graduate of Palmyra.

Zoe Bork, of Egg Hbr Twp, is an Early Childhood Education major of the Class of 2024 and a graduate of Egg Harbor Twp.

Victoria Clarke, of Egg Harbor City, is a Finance major of the Class of 2023 and a graduate of Absegami.

Brett Contarino, of Wenonah, is a Biology major of the Class of 2024 and a graduate of Gateway Reg.

Matthew Contarino, of Wenonah, is an Early Childhood Education major of the Class of 2024 and a graduate of Gateway Reg.

Patrick Corbett, of Haddonfield, is a Finance major of the Class of 2023 and a graduate of Camden Catholic.

Kelsey Diven, of Haddon Heights, is a Creative Writing, English-Publishing & Editing and French Studies major of the Class of 2023 and a graduate of Haddon Hgts.

Dakota Dobrovich-Fago, of Wall Township, is a Communication Studies major of the Class of 2021 and a graduate of Wall.

Anastasia Evans, of Medford, is an Accounting major of the Class of 2024 and a graduate of Shawnee.

Ethan Ganard, of Galloway, is a Psychology major of the Class of 2023 and a graduate of Absegami.

Caitlin Harvey, of Mount Laurel, is a Special Education major of the Class of 2024 and a graduate of Lenape.

Morgan Hough, of Shamong, is an Early Childhood Education major of the Class of 2024 and a graduate of Seneca.

Michael Jentsch, of Shamong, is a Neuroscience major of the Class of 2021 and a graduate of Seneca.

Brenden Kelley, of Cape May Ch, is an Earth & Environmental Sciences major of the Class of 2024 and a graduate of Middle Twp.

Macy Kravil, of Cinnaminson, is an Early Childhood Education major of the Class of 2024 and a graduate of Cinnaminson.

Bailey Laplante, of Medford, is an English-Secondary Education major of the Class of 2022 and a graduate of Seton Hall University.

Hunter McDonald, of Galloway, is an Economics - Global Economy and Financial Markets major of the Class of 2024 and a graduate of Cedar Creek High School.

Rosemarie Mirabella, of Mount Laurel, is a Biology major of the Class of 2023 and a graduate of Lenape.

Jake Newell, of Ventnor City, is an Accounting major of the Class of 2023 and a graduate of Parsippany Hills.

Clay Olley, of Galloway, is an International Studies-Trade & Development and German Studies major of the Class of 2022 and a graduate of Cedar Creek High School.

Sarah Palmer, of Mays Landing, is a Psychology and Religious Studies major of the Class of 2022 and a graduate of Cedar Creek High School.

Alec Rette, of Mount Holly, is a Marketing major of the Class of 2022 and a graduate of Rancocas Valley Reg.

John Sabella, of Vineland, is a History and Political Science major of the Class of 2022 and a graduate of St Augustine Prep Schl.

Aleksandra Salcito, of Cherry Hill, is a Psychology major of the Class of 2021 and a graduate of Cherry Hill West.

Thomas Sampson, of West Deptford, is a Business Administration major of the Class of 2022 and a graduate of West Deptford.

Abigail Sholders, of National Park, is a Biomedical Sciences major of the Class of 2022 and a graduate of Gateway Reg.

Jennaya White, of Millville, is a Psychology major of the Class of 2023 and a graduate of Millville Sr.

Carrington Windl, of Medford, is a Luxury Brand Marketing & Management major of the Class of 2023 and a graduate of Shawnee.

Susquehanna, a liberal arts university offering more than 100 majors and minors in business, humanities, arts and sciences, focuses on intellectual development, global competence and career success. Students develop critical thinking, writing, teamwork and communication skills which, combined with internships and research opportunities, prepare them for a lifetime of personal and professional success. The university is recognized nationally for its commitment to off-campus study through the Global Opportunities program. Small classes enable faculty members to serve as mentors, as well as teachers. Ninety-six percent of Susquehanna graduates are employed or in graduate or professional school within months. For more information, visit www.susqu.edu.

 

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