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College honors

by | Apr 17, 2019 | Education

Amanda Gollaher, a sophomore majoring in international relations at Colgate University, received the dean’s award with distinction for the fall semester. …

Jimmy Adams was named to the dean’s list at Hobart College, where he is a sophomore. …

Carly Chase, who is working toward a degree in marketing communication/advertising, was named to the dean’s list at Western New England University. …

Aine Ford was named to the dean’s honor list for outstanding academic achievement at Gettysburg College. Also at Gettysburg, James Desmond made the dean’s commendation list. …

Emily Viehl, a senior majoring in statistics and psychology, was selected for inclusion on St. Lawrence University’s dean’s list. …

At Endicott College, fall dean’s list students included Hopkinton residents Jack McGuire (who is studying business management), Emma Murphy (liberal studies/education), Katherine O’Connor (communication), Natalie Shambo (nursing) and Olivia Zhang (nursing). …

University of Massachusetts students Cyrus Freshman and Tessa Patapoutian were recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, which bills itself as the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline college honor society. …

Emily Viehl, a senior at St. Lawrence University majoring in statistics and psychology, was selected for membership into the school’s chapter of Psi Chi, the international psychology honorary society. …

Abigail Gilbert, a junior majoring in mechanical engineering at WPI, was a member of a student team that recently completed an intense, hands-on research project through the WPI project center in Hong Kong. The project was titled Implementing Eco-Friendly Cutlery in Hong Kong, and the students wrote that their goal was “identifying cutlery and tableware that met the criteria of being compostable and biodegradable as well as being feasible for implementation in Hong Kong.” …

Also at WPI, junior computer science major Blake Dobay was a member of a student team that completed a project through the WPI project center in Ecuador titled Quingeo Socioeconomic Analysis. Evan Goldstein, a junior computer science major, was on a team that completed a project through the WPI project center in Eilat, Israel, titled Transportation in Eilat. And Paul Shingleton, a senior computer science major, was on a team that completed a project in California’s Silicon Valley titled Automated Policy Testing. …

Brooklyn Briner, who is studying biotechnology at MassBay Community College, was selected to participate in an experiential, lab-based program at Sanofi’s research and development laboratories in Framingham. During spring break in mid-March, Briner and seven of her classmates were given the opportunity to be “science apprentices,” learning about the techniques used to make a biologic drug at one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies. …

Editor’s note: Information for college honors is provided by the schools. Those interested in being included in this section should request for the school to email the information to Editor@hopkintonindependent.com.

 

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