Several Queens students have been placed on the dean’s list at Saint Joseph’s University—including Kew Gardens’ Matthew Kerrigan, Forest Hills’ Sara Tejelo, Maspeth’s Laura Moran, Whitestone’s John Tsamblakos and Broad Channel’s Victoria Nowinski. To make the list, students must obtain a 3.5 grade point average and complete at least 15 semester credits.
The Georgia Institute of Technology recently presented degrees to several Queens students—including Woodhaven’s Chandradeo Ramjit (who received a bachelor of science in electrical engineering), Long Island City’s Bin Han (master of science in computer science), Astoria’s Habib Khan (master of science in computer science), Flushing’s Venna Wang (master of science in bioinformatics) and Rockaway Park’s Allison-Fran Johnson (bachelor of science in biomedical engineering).
Several Queens students were recently named to the dean’s list at Seton Hall University for the fall semester—including Howard Beach’s Alexandra Hausser, Astoria’s Christopher McGee, Fresh Meadows’ Alyson Tom, Flushing’s Christopher Yeom, Whitestone’s Gabrielle Didonato, Laurelton’s Estephanie Casimyr and Rockaway Park’s Kaitlin Neiswenter.
Middle Village’s Yaroslav Yanishin recently received his white coat from the University of the Sciences. The white coat is given to physician assistant students as they begin working clinically with patients in hospitals and outpatient settings.
SUNY Geneseo has added a number of Queens students to its dean’s list for the fall semester—including Forest Hills’ Joseph Koyfman and Bruce Lickey; Ridgewood’s Christina Chacko; Middle Village’s Theresa Gibbons; Elmhurst’s Rita Curti, Wilson Mei and Mark Soto; Whitestone’s Melody Choi; College Point’s Andrea Hong; Glen Oaks’ Ye Chan Kim and Tess Ramos-Dries; Flushing’s Sandra Ching, Andrew Cho, Anika Pornpitaksuk and Annabelle Anich; Fresh Meadows’ Raina Salvatore and Yi Feng; Little Neck’s Rachel Chou, Yoona Kim and Sara Munjack; Bayside’s Simon Lee, In Kyung Song and Sabrina Rendon; Bellerose Manor’s Mya Nazaire; Bellerose’s Ravneet Singh; Jamaica’s Matthew Guan and Thasfia Chowdhury; Queens Village’s Kathleen Huang; Breezy Point’s Emily Greenstein and Timothy Sammon; and Rockaway Park’s Mary Wrynn.
Le Moyne College has named several Queens students to its dean’s list for the fall semester—including Woodside’s Melissa Chavez (a senior communications major), Rosedale’s Kevin Bispat (a sophomore environmental studies major) and Breezy Point’s Philip Carr (a junior criminology major), Casey Lind (a senior English major) and James Morgan (a senior finance major). To make the list, students must obtain a 3.5 grade point average.