Danielle Martineau, daughter of Rhonda Martineau of Greene and David Martineau of New Gloucester, has been named to the deans list for the fall semester at the University of New England.

Deans list students have attained a grade point average of 3.30 or better out of a possible 4.0 at the end of the semester. A 2005 graduate of Edward Little High School, Martineau is a major in psychology. She is taking part in lacrosse.



Lyndsey Letourneau of Lewiston has been named to the deans list for the fall quarter with a grade point average of 3.7 at Manhantanville College of New York. A second-year student, she is majoring in sociology with a minor in political science. Letourneau also plays on the girls hockey team. She is the daughter of Deborah Vachon and Robert Letourneau of Sabattus.



Endicott College of Beverly, Mass., has announce two area students have attained the deans list students for fall term. In order to qualify, a student must obtain a minimum grade point average of 3.5, receive no grade below a C, and be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits for the semester.

The following students have met those requirements: Tara Churchill, daughter of Cameron and Edith Churchill of Auburn. She is a freshman majoring in interior design.

Alyson Keene, daughter of Eugene and Kathleen Keene of Auburn. She is a sophomore majoring in liberal studies.



Two area students at Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Fla., have been recognized for making the deans list for the fall semester.

Jessie E. Creighton of Harrison is a freshman and is the daughter of Samuel Allen and Brenda Creighton.

Abigail R. Rogers of South Paris is a sophomore and is the daughter of Leslie and Darlene Rogers.

Students on the deans list have earned a grade-point average of between 3.7 and 3.99 (on a 4.0 scale) while carrying 12 or more graded credit hours during a semester.



The following area students have attained the deans list at New England College in Henniker, N.H., for the fall semester: Lewiston: Billy Brooks, Stephen Cobb, Collette Mailhot, Sheena Marichal.





Named to the University of Maine at Presque Isle honors list, which designates a grade point average of 3.3 or higher, for the fall semester were Jason Hafner and Joey L. Wing of Auburn; Keith W. Davis of Leeds; Monique A. Shubert of Oxford; Andrew S. Broomhall of Rumford; and Michaela L. Lunn of Sabattus.



Students accepted to Thomas

WATERVILLE Christopher Jennings of Harrison, and Holly Rancourt of Sabattus, have been accepted to Thomas.

Jennings is the son of Richard and Lori Jennings. He plans to major in management.

Rancourt is the daughter of Al Rancourt and Sue Beaule. She plans to major in communications with a concentration in public relations and marketing.

James Chappell of Lewiston and Cassie Kupfer of Litchfield have been accepted to Thomas.

Chappell is the son of Gina Chappell. He plans to major in management.

Kupfer is the daughter of Chuck and Denise Kupfer. She plans to major in marketing management.

Courtney Dion of Lewiston has accepted to Thomas.

Dion is the daughter of Robert and Diane Dion. She plans to major in marketing management.

They will begin classes in September.

Thomas is a private, career-oriented college that prepares its undergraduates for careers in business, technology and education, and guarantees employment within 90 days of graduation. For more information, please visit www.thomas.edu.



Maine Maritime Academy

CASTINE Three area students were recently named to the deans list at Maine Maritime Academy for outstanding academic achievement in the first semester of the academic year. Students earn a grade point average of 3.3 or above on a 4.0 scale.

Andrew Goyette, Lewiston, a member of the class of 2006, is majoring in marine engineering technology. He is a graduate of Leavitt Area High School, Turner.

Carrie Plourde, Poland, a member of the class of 2006, is majoring in marine transportation operations. She is a graduate of Poland Regional High School.

Shawn Labonte, Sabattus, a member of the class of 2008, is majoring in power engineering technology. He is a graduate of Oak Hill High School, Wales.



Kennebec Valley CC names deans list

FAIRFIELD Kennebec Valley Community College Academic Dean Karen White has announced the deans list for the fall semester. To make the list, students must achieve a grade point average of 3.2 or higher, based on a scale in which an A earns 4 points.

Anson: Johanna Lindquist, Myra Roderick.

Avon: Melany Buston.

Dryden: Julie Parker.

East Winthrop: Jeanne Laffin.

Farmington: Doreen Belanger, Vicki Howard, Karlene Lumbra, Aaron Nile, Jessica Smith.

Fayette: Sally Landry.

Greene: Karen Ross.

Jay: Kevin Henault.

Litchfield: Eric Childs, Angela Cloutier.

Madison: Faye Bellefleur, Michelle Demchak, Ryan Hayden, Edward Quimby Jr.

Mt. Vernon: Jason Pervier, Scott Bridgham.

New Portland: Kara Pease.

New Sharon: Angela Nile, New Sharon.

North Anson: Frederick DeLeonardis, Amber Meunier.

North New Portland: Delilah Parker.

Phillips: Brenda Wilcox.

Pownal: Emily Ojala, Pownal.

Readfield: Suzanne Blake, Steven Wight.

Strong: Andrew Bracy, Brian Hinkley.

Wilton: Brandi Rand.

Winthrop: Robert Bolster, Tony Nguyen, Amanda Trask-Murphy.



Weaver visits Vienna

ONEONTA, N.Y. Hartwick College junior Jonathan Weaver of Auburn, son of Ann and Michael Weaver, participated in Hartwicks January Term Off-Campus Program in Austria.

Students enrolled in the off-campus course, German Term in Vienna, experience historical and contemporary Austrian culture by staying with families in Vienna for three weeks and Salzburg for one week. The program emphasizes cultural immersion.

Weaver is majoring in psychology. He has participated in Alpha Sigma Phi and All Greek Council. Weaver is a graduate of Edward Little High School.



Student visits Costa Rica

ONEONTA, N.Y. Hartwick College sophomore Eric Meader of Rumford, son of Arthur and Sheila Meader, participated in Hartwicks January Term Off-Campus Program in Costa Rica.

Students enrolled in the off-campus course, Natural History of Costa Rica, are introduced to tropical biodiversity and its conservation in Central America. Students live and study at biology field research stations in tropical rain forests, cloud forests and dry forests on the Atlantic and Pacific sides of Costa Rica.

There is an emphasis on vertebrate animals, which includes mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians. Students also examine invertebrates and visit museums, national parks and historical sites.

Meader is majoring in anthropology. He has participated in Alpha Delta Omega and mens varsity lacrosse. Meader is a graduate of Mountain Valley High School.



Students named to UVM deans list

The following students have been named to the deans list for the fall 2005 semester at the University of Vermont:

Rebecca A. Geiger of Auburn, a Mathematics major, is a junior in the College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences.

Caitlin H. Diggles of Raymond, a Psychology major, is a junior in the College of Arts & Sciences.

To be named to the deans list, students must have a grade-point average of 3.0 or better and rank in the top 20 percent of their class.

Chartered in 1791, UVM was the first college or university in the United States that did not give preference to a religious sect in its charter. UVM now has nearly 8,800 undergraduates in eight schools and colleges, 1,300 graduate students and 406 medical students. As a small,comprehensive university, it blends the academic heritage of a private university with the service missions in the land-grant tradition.



Bates College deans list

LEWISTON Several area students were named to the deans list at Bates College as a result of their scholastic standings during the first semester of the academic year.

Emily Biliouris, a junior, is the daughter of William and Susan Biliouris of Livermore. She is a 2003 graduate of Livermore Falls High School.

Amanda Galban, a first-year student, is the daughter of Hugo Galban of Lewiston and Susan Galban of LaGrange, Ga. She is a 2005 graduate of LaGrange Academy.

Hannah Giasson, a first-year student, is the daughter of Katherine Giasson of Auburn. She is a 2005 graduate of Edward Little High School.

Cassandra Kirkland, a sophomore mathematics major, is the daughter of Allan Kirkland and Kathryn Grefer-Kirkland of Greene. She is a 2004 graduate of Leavitt Area High School.

Timothy Maurice, a junior music major, is the son of William and Linda Maurice of Oxford. He is a 2003 graduate of Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School.

Tyler Schoen, a first-year student, is the son of John and Patricia Schoen of Wilton. He is a 2005 graduate of Mt. Blue High School in Farmington.

Hillary Smith, a senior biology major, is the daughter of Alden and Diane Smith of Farmington. She spent the fall of 2004 studying at the National University of Ireland, Galway, and the winter of 2005 in Zanzibar, Tanzania, through the School for International Training. She is a 2002 graduate of Mt. Blue High School.

Jessie Smith, a first-year student, is the daughter of Alden and Diane Smith of Farmington. She is a 2005 graduate of Mt. Blue High School.

To qualify for the deans list, a student must maintain a better than B+ average for the semester, for a minimum quality point ratio of 3.65.


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