BRUNSWICK – Bowdoin College held its 200th commencement exercises Saturday, May 28.

The following area students graduated.

Curtis Dillon Bateman, of Auburn, was awarded a bachelor of arts degree. He graduated with a major in classical archaeology. He is a graduate of St. Dominic Regional High School.

Lauren Bette Husman, of Brunswick, was awarded a bachelor of arts degree. She graduated with a double major in classics and Spanish. Her minor was in education. She also received Maine teacher certification in Latin and Spanish. Husman is a graduate of Brunswick High School.

Eric Nathan Worthing, of Brunswick, was awarded a bachelor of arts degree. He graduated with a major in English. Worthing is a graduate of Brunswick High School.

Rachael Anne Roberts, of Brunswick, was awarded a bachelor of arts degree. She graduated with a major in biology. Roberts is a graduate of Brunswick High School.

Kathleen Anne Reid, of Brunswick, was awarded a bachelor of arts degree. She graduated with a major in religion. Reid is a graduate of Brunswick High School.

Brooks Richard Boucher, of Lewiston, was awarded a bachelor of arts degree. He graduated with a major in sociology. His minor was in education. In addition, he received the John “Jack” Page Ice Hockey Coaches Award, for outstanding contributions to the hockey program, the College, and the community, from the Department of Athletics. Boucher is a graduate of Salisbury School in Salisbury, Conn.

Adam Yeager Ureneck, of New Gloucester, was awarded a bachelor of arts degree. He graduated with a coordinate major in history-environmental studies. In addition, he received the General R.H. Dunlap Prize, awarded to the student who writes the best essay on the subject of service and demonstrates personal evidence of service. Ureneck is a graduate of Germantown Friends School in Philadelphia, Pa.

Johnson & Wales

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Johnson & Wales University, America’s Career University, held May commencement ceremonies across the country. The following local area students graduated during a ceremony at the Providence Campus.

Erica Wenzel of Auburn received an associate degree, from the College of Business.

Carson Wong of Auburn received a bachelor of science degree, from the School of Technology.

Justine Schroeder of Brunswick received an associate degree, summa cum laude from the College of Business.

Brian Johnson of Lewiston received an associate degree, from the Hospitality College.

Jared Rice of Lisbon Falls received an associate degree, from the Hospitality College.

Jacob Eslinger of New Gloucester received a bachelor of science degree, from the College of Business.

Brooke Kreider of Topsham received an associate degree, from the College of Culinary Arts.

Melissa Legare of Turner received an associate degree, from the College of Culinary Arts.

Johnson & Wales University names local students to the dean’s list:

Sara Botka of Litchfield who is pursuing a bachelor of science in food service management from the Hospitality College at the Denver Campus has been named to the dean’s list for the 2005 spring term ending in May.

Donna Palmer of Topsham who is pursuing a bachelor of science in food service management from the Hospitality College at the North Miami Campus has been named to the dean’s list for the 2005 spring term ending in May.

Melissa Doucette of Auburn who is pursuing an associate degree in advertising/communications from the College of Business.

Erica Wenzel of Auburn who is pursuing an associate degree in management from the College of Business.

Justine Schroeder of Brunswick who is pursuing a bachelor of science in marketing from the College of Business.

Brian Johnson of Lewiston who is pursuing a bachelor of science in hotel management from the Hospitality College.

Joshua Foster of Raymond who is pursuing an associate degree in culinary arts from the College of Culinary Arts.

Brooke Kreider of Topsham who is pursuing a bachelor of science in culinary arts nutrition from the College of Culinary Arts.

Melissa Legare of Turner who is pursuing an associate degree in culinary arts from the College of Culinary Arts.

Colby College

WATERVILLE – To make the dean’s list, Colby requires a grade point average of at least 3.2 for upperclassmen or at least 3.0 for first-year students.

Kathryn S. Barus, a junior at Colby College in Waterville, was named to the dean’s list for her outstanding academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2004-2005 academic year. Barus, the daughter of Maxwell Barus and Susan Jangraw of Leeds, is majoring in biology. She attended Leavitt Area High School.

Joel H. B. Biron, a sophomore at Colby College in Waterville was named to the dean’s list for his outstanding academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2004-2005 academic year. Biron is the son of Gary and Gisele Biron of Auburn, is majoring in music. He attended Edward Little High School.

Kasi L. Carson, a junior at Colby College in Waterville was named to the dean’s list for his outstanding academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2004-2005 academic year. Carson is the daughter of Barbara Carson of Auburn, is majoring in international studies and government. She attended St. Dominic Regional High School.

Carolyn A. Curtis, a first-year student at Colby College in Waterville was named to the dean’s list for his outstanding academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2004-2005 academic year. Curtis is the daughter of John and Patricia Curtis of Hebron, is majoring in sociology. She attended Hebron Academy.

Katherine E. Curtis, a junior at Colby College in Waterville was named to the dean’s list for his outstanding academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2004-2005 academic year. Curtis is the daughter of John and Patricia Curtis of Hebron, is majoring in geology and environmental studies with a science concentration. She attended Hebron Academy.

Husson College

BANGOR – The following area students have been named to the dean’s list at Husson College for the spring semester 2005. To be named to the dean’s list, you must earn a 3.4 or better grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Dana Bellemare, the son of Mrs. Pat Foss of Sabattus. A junior business administration student, he was a 2002 graduate of Oak Hill High School.

Meagan Day, the daughter of Walter and Linda Law of Auburn. A first-year criminal justice student, she was a 2004 graduate of Lewiston High School.

Martine Daigle of Greene, a first-year physical therapy student.

Michael Simpson, the son of Terence and Kimberly Simpson of Auburn. A second-year business administration student, he was a 2003 graduate of Edward Little High School.

Tara Collette, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Collette of Lewiston. A fourth-year elementary education student, she was a 2001 graduate of Lewiston High School.

Tami Libby, the daughter of Mrs. Suzette Wilson of Poland. A senior nursing student, she was a 2001 graduate of Mt. Ararat High School.

Annie McIntosh, the daughter of Dennis and Carmen McIntosh of New Gloucester. A second-year psychology student, she was a 2003 graduate of Eastgate Christian School.

Brian Conde, the son of Mrs. Suzette Pomerleau of Sabattus. A second-year accounting student, he was a 2003 graduate of Oak Hill High School.

Simmons College

BOSTON – The following local residents were named to the 2005 spring semester dean’s list at Simmons College in Boston:

Kristin Cleveland a Bowdoin resident. Cleveland is a sophomore at Simmons, and her major is undeclared.

Meaghan Clow a Brunswick resident. Clow is a junior at Simmons, and her major is undeclared.

Elizabeth Parker a Lewiston resident. Parker is a senior at Simmons, and her major is health science and physical therapy.

Elisha Castonguay a Lewiston resident. Castonguay is a junior at Simmons, and her major is undeclared.

Emily Jackson a Monmouth resident. Jackson is a graduating senior at Simmons, and her major is sociology.

Jennifer Harris a Topsham resident. Harris is a junior at Simmons, and her major is economics.

To qualify for dean’s list status, undergraduate students must obtain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, based on 12 or more credit hours of work in classes using the letter grade system.


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