Several Queens students—including South Richmond Hill’s Ashanti Roberts (who is pursuing an associate’s in liberal arts and sciences: general studies), Astoria’s Zachary Morofka (bachelor’s degree in nursing), Middle Village’s Brenda Breen (bachelor’s in nursing) and St. Albans’ Ryan Ali (bachelor’s in information technology management)—were added to the dean’s list at the State University of New York College of Technology at Delhi for the fall semester. To make the list, students must obtain a 3.5 grade point average.
Marist College has placed a number of Queens students on its dean’s list for the fall semester, including Forest Hills’ Emily Gorelik (majoring in digital media); Jackson Heights’ Reyhan Ayhan (majoring in information technology and systems); Maspeth’s Marika Cygert (majoring in communication); Woodside’s Tashi Palden (majoring in information technology and systems); East Elmhurst’s Nicole Doyle (majoring in communication); Whitestone’s Amanda Maglaras (majoring in liberal arts); Fresh Meadows’ Parkash Garcha (majoring in criminal justice); Bayside’s Maria Petsanas (majoring in liberal arts); Little Neck’s Carla Valenti (majoring in social work); Oakland Gardens’ Nicholas Garcia (majoring in psychology), Katerina Tzannes (majoring in computer science) and Liam Moyles (majoring in criminal justice; Hollis’ Kai Manners (majoring in information technology and systems); Queens Village’s Kache Foreman (majoring in communication); and Breezy Point’s Kristin Flanigan (majoring in communication) and Laurie Klein (majoring in psychology/special education).
Hofstra University has placed a number of Queens students on its provost’s list for the fall semester. To make the list, students must obtain a 4.0 grade point average. Students who made the list include Forest Hills’ Elior Alayev, Howard Beach’s Nicholas Cerbone, Ozone Park’s Rechel Shiwsankar, Jackson Heights’ Shayan Khan, Whitestone’s Alyssa Salati, Flushing’s Nicole Scuderi and Abdullah Bin Wasif, Little Neck’s Sabrina Bekios, Bayside Hills’ Sasha Pezenik, Fresh Meadows’ Christopher Lee, Whitestone’s Elaina Longo, Floral Park’s Nidhi Gandhi, Bellerose’s Liam McCaul and Harminder Pathania, Hollis’ Mandip Kapur, Rosedale’s Christina Robert and Cambria Heights’ Kiana Lopez.
Richmond Hill’s Dennis Lumawig has graduated from the College of St. Scholastica with a doctor of physical therapy.
Philadelphia’s University of the Sciences has added several Queens students to its dean’s list for the fall semester.
To make the list, students must obtain a 3.4 grade point average and have no grade lower than a “C.” Students who made the list include Kew Gardens’ Solomon Normatov (a doctor of physical therapy student), Woodside’s Farihah Miah (a microbiology student), Flushing’s Andrew Cho (a doctor of pharmacy student) and Rong Li (a doctor of pharmacy student), Floral Park’s Sayan Zachariah (a doctor of pharmacy student), Jamaica’s Pujyata Rajbhandary (a doctor of pharmacy student) and Queens Village’s Terrance McDaniel (a doctor of pharmacy student).