Muhlenberg College has added three Queens students—Little Neck’s Melissa Heineman, Glen Oaks’ Deanna Mayo and Corona’s Xavier Pacheco—to its dean’s list for the fall semester. To make the list, students must obtain a 3.5 grade point average.
The University of Albany has selected a number of Queens students to act as Living-Learning Community World representatives, which serve on an advisory board to Student Engagement throughout the academic year, communicate feedback from their peers and help plan and facilitate social activities. Students who were chosen as representatives include Whitestone’s David Chen, Joseph Petraglia and Alexander Choi; Flushing’s Esther Kim, Kangshun Xu, Selim Selim, Ying Yan Shi, Ivana Su, George Papastefanou, Hua Huang, Amy Wang and Oscar Wang; Fresh Meadows’ Kellie Siu; Bayside’s Ray Kim and Andrew Hur; Bellerose’s Chloe Nenner; Forest Hills’ Jillian Cheng and Benitha Muyizere; Woodhaven’s Kadeem Jefferson; Cambria Heights’ Imade Omozore; Springfield Gardens’ Ogaga Edukuye; St. Albans’ Joshua Garcia and Habbygahelle Ulysse; Queens Village’s Reginald Hyppolite and Monique John; Rosedale’s Brandon Mays and Adriana Redwood; Hollis’ Chidiogo Igboekwe; Laurelton’s Serge Irie; Jamaica’s Kai Smith, Egypt Phillips, Dyavian McDowell, Candice Fung, Justin Gantt, Rohane Henry and Vasha Ahmed; Breezy Point’s Franco Pallante; and Queens’ Ashley Guerrero.
College Point’s Arlene Diaz graduated from Samford University during the school’s recent commencement. Diaz earned a M.S. in nursing from the university’s Ida Moffett School of Nursing.
Bayside Hills’ Gabriella De Vito—a freshman who is studying healthcare science—has been named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at Alvernia University. To make the list, students must obtain a 3.5 grade point average and complete at least 12 credits.
Flushing’s Bianca Fernandez, a senior who is majoring in biology, recently took part in SUNY Oswego’s alternative winter break program. Fernandez volunteered with Project Lazarus in New Orleans, a nonprofit that provides transitional housing to people with HIV/AIDS.
Fresh Meadows’ Ha Lin—who is majoring in university studies—has been named to Miami University’s president’s list for the fall semester. To make the list, students must be ranked in the top three percent of undergraduate students.