Several Queens students have been named to the University of Hartford’s dean’s list for the spring 2017 semester—including Astoria’s Steven Ramirez Cisneros and Pietro Giglio, East Elmhurst’s Christy Latsounas, Corona’s Lilian Macancela, Kew Gardens’ Jacob Rothberg, South Ozone Park’s Jose Velasquez, Fresh Meadows’ Miguel Salazar and Flushing’s Caitlin Cervello, Jaylene Rubio and Michael Kohler.
SUNY Catnon has added several Queen students to its dean’s list for the spring 2017 semester—including Corona’s Kimberly Castillo Garzon (a graphic and multimedia design major) and Michael Ennin (an automotive technology major), Astoria’s Joann A. De Los Rios (a funeral services administration major), East Elmhurst’s Eboni Newton (an individual studies major) and Inder Saini (a mechanical engineering technology major), Jackson Heights’ Atri Espiritusanto (a health care management major), South Richmond Hill’s Glenn Gonzalez (a law enforcement major), Woodhaven’s Julissa John (a science technology major), South Ozone Park’s Alexandria McIntosh (an early childhood major) and Rockaway Beach’s Axel Riviere (a law enforcement leadership major). To make the list, students must earn a 3.25 grade point average.
The University of Delaware has added several Queens students to its dean’s list for the spring 2017 semester—including Astoria’s Seana Cullinane; Forest Hills’ Danielle Dominguez and Julia Ilian; Howard Beach’s Julianna Somma; Breezy Point’s Lauren Pallini; Rockaway Park’s Sabrina Picone, Ann Ryan and Steve Calakos; Little Neck’s Thomas Giusetti and Louisa Portnoy; Bayside’s Justin Sung, Alexa Trontz and Robben Adar; Oakland Gardens’ Harry Chen; Glen Oaks’ Damaris Sierra; Floral Park’s Carly Mauss; and Flushing’s Amelia Abobo.
SUNY Geneseo has named several Queens students to its dean’s list for the spring 2017 semester. To make the list, students must achieve a 3.5 grade point average while taking a minimum of 12 credit hours. Students who made the list include Glendale’s Dawud Shah; Middle Village’s Theresa Gibbons; Woodside’s Tanvir Hayat, Philip Pang, Jessica Stone and Carol Sanchez; Elmhurst’s Amber Lin, Wilson Mei and Mark Soto; Sunnyside’s Alejandro Guidos; Jackson Heights’ Jennifer Arisumi, Daria Craciun and Emily Lee Tran; Corona’s Satnam Singh; Ridgewood’s Christina Chacko and Marielle Burnett; Forest Hills’ Joshua Pettijohn and Miranda Steinberg; Far Rockaway’s Jenna Perez; Bellerose’s Ravneet Singh; Oakland Gardens’ Melissa Tang; Douglaston’s Theresa Arcidiacono; Little Neck’s Francesca Bello, Demetrios Giannios and Isaac Park; Bayside’s Laura Lee, In Kyung Song and Nicholas Wong; Flushing’s Deborah In and Jocelyn Lee; Whitestone’s Melody Choi and Michael Reed; Floral Park’s Jane Mathews; and Glen Oaks’ Ye Chan Kim and Tess Ramos-Dries.
Siena College has added several Queens students to its dean’s list for the spring 2017 semester—including Astoria’s Masiel Lopez, Woodhaven’s Kamil Pruszko, Floral Park’s Irene Joseph and Whitestone’s George Brockmann and Elizabeth Wurtz. To make the list, students must achieve a 3.5 grade point average.
Students from Queens graduated from Colby College during the school’s commencement ceremony on May 21. Queens students to receive their diplomas include Astoria’s Aaliyah Bell (an anthropology major) and Anita Guaman (an educational studies major), Fresh Meadows’ Yoona Chun (a biology major with a neuroscience concentration), Flushing’s Jeanne Gilliard (an anthropology major) and Rego Park’s Esther Mathieu (an environmental planning, media and design major).
Elmhurst’s Tsejin Bhotia has been named to the dean’s list at Bucknell University for the spring semester. To make the list, students must obtain a 3.5 grade point average.
Middle Village’s Nicholas Telesco has been named to the James Madison University dean’s list for the spring 2017 semester. To be added to the list, students must obtain a 3.5 grade point average and carry at least 12 graded credit hours.
Western Queens students graduated from Wesleyan University during the school’s commencement ceremony on May 28. Students to receive their diplomas include Long Island City’s Hanna Morales Hernandez and Jackson Heights’ May Treuhaft-Ali.