GAYLORDSVILLE

Several students were named to the fall semester dean's list at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury. Majors are noted in parentheses.

Among them are Michael Agnessanto (mathematics) Max Immohr (anthropology/sociology) and Troy Qian (accounting).

Austin Willoughby, a third-year student in the game design and development program in Rochester Institute of Technology's B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, was named to the fall semester dean's list.

Emily Presser was named to the fall semester dean's list at Elmira College.

Sean Cotter has been awarded a master's degree in education from Western Connecticut State University in Danbury.

These students have earned undergraduate degrees from Western Connecticut State University in Danbury: Lauren B. Hambidge (bachelor's in accounting), Joshua David Riddle (bachelor's in communication) and Alexis C. Willoughby (bachjelor's in theater arts).

NEW MILFORD

Many students were been named to the fall semester dean's list at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury. Majors are noted in parentheses:

Julia Abreu (biology), Anthony Agnessanto (secondary education), Jacob Amorando (psychology), Marc Aubin (English); Jordan Bass (psychology), Ian Boisvert (American studies), Kara Bowman (finance), Holly Brown (music education), Clarissa Burch (elementary education), Mercedes Caceres (exploratory studies), Marcela Campo (social work), Alissa Carrozza (pre-secondary education), Gina Carrozza (music education), Sarah Chauvin (communication), Anthony Cipriani (management), Cody Clark (exploratory studies), Billie Coons (social work), Emma Crowcroft (art), Tess Cushman (accounting), Katelyn Daly (health promotion studies), James D'Ascoli (justice and law administration), Lawrence Davis (music education), Valaree DonFrancesco (professional writing), Shannon Drucker (psychology), Whitney Dube (social work), Amanda Eng (justice and law administration), Lauren Faust (elementary education), Alexandria Flaherty (pre-nursing), Kathryn Flanagan (biology), Jessica Forbes (professional writing), Rachel Gallo (psychology), Sherry Gaudreau (management), Jenny Granda (social work), Vivian Gucowski (Spanish), Kyle Gundel (pre-elementary education), Amanda Halim (biology), Jennifer Hammer (finance), Marilyn Hart (social work), Kelsey Heaton (elementary education), Valerie Heinonen (communication), Kristen Hinz (English), Jessica Holding (nursing), Benjamin Iapaluccio (biology), Mohammed Islam (finance), Sonya Ivery (finance), Ashley Jajer (psychology), Devyn Keeler (nursing), Connor Knight (pre-medical), Ryan Kunic (history), Christopher Kyprianou (management), Ryan Lacey (finance), Kelea Leonard (social work), Jessica Lin (political science), Li Ting Lin (psychology), Li Zhi Lin (marketing), Lishan Lin (pre-medical), Wendy McGrath (history), Devon McLaughlin (exploratory studies), Emily McManus (history), Jaclyn Mercer (musical theatre), Victoria Meskill (musical theatre pre-audition), Brian Mittelstadt (finance), Tyler Monroe (health promotion studies), Andres Monroy (Spanish), Briana Morrissey (marketing), Marybeth Mota (marketing), Jacqueline Mulligan (professional writing), Jessica Murphy (justice and law administration), Douglas Nadig (elementary education), Thomas Ovitt (musical theatre pre-audition), Maxine Parsons (art), Anna Patricio (nursing), Michael Pena (mathematics), Marios Peripanos (communication), Dalton Perreault-Osborne (finance), David Pettibone (exploratory studies), Katherine Pilgrim (business administration), Scott Pitcher (finance), Tyler Poeti (Spanish), Zachary Prastine (justice and law administration), Ricky Ray (exploratory studies), Nellie Reale (psychology), Brianna Reda (pre-nursing), Christopher Robbins (accounting), Meghan Roche (pre-nursing), Mario Rodriguez (history), Melissa Samuel (accounting), Brienne Saraceno (health promotion studies), Matthew Saraceno (management), Elizabeth Sarles (history), Emma Saxe (justice and law administration), Mackenzie Schulze (nursing), Christopher Sennello (management), Tammy Siegle (elementary education), Cody Smith (accounting), Jonathan Sommerer (communication), Hannah Spooner (management), Ian Steiner (professional writing), Casey Street (justice and law administration), Mirza Tahirovic (exploratory studies), Meghan Timan (pre-elementary education), Christopher Tlasky (justice and law administration), Alida Tomascak (pre-nursing), Matthew Trager (management), Kyle Venditti (professional writing), Katherine Warner (exploratory studies), Lindsey Warner (social work), Daniel Winter (exploratory studies) and Kristin Zumpano (professional writing).

Nicole MacInnis was named to the fall semester dean's list at Newbury College in Brookline, Mass. She was inducted into the Newbury College Chapter of Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society March 14.

Emma Pickett, a Spanish major at Colgate University in New York, was named to the fall semester dean's list. A New Milford resident, she is a graduate of John Jay High School in New York.

Emily Petrie was named to the fall semester dean's list at Fairfield University.

Allison Roberti, an acting for the stage and screen major at Azusa Pacific University in California, was named to the fall semester dean's list.

Koren Harpaz and Nicole De Carlo were named to the fall semester president's list at the Pratt Institute in New York.

Ryan Carmellini was recently presented the New England Scholar Award at UConn's 22nd annual Scholars Day ceremony. The award was presented to students who earned at least a 3.7 grade point average based on at least 12 calculable credits each semester for both spring and fall 2014. This year, 1,750 scholars were honored. Carmellini is a sophomore major in computer science and engineering.

Candice Weiss, a junior majoring in actuarial sciences at UConn, was recently presented with an award at UConn's 22nd annual Scholars Day ceremony. The award was presented to students who earned at least a 3.7 grade point average based on at least 12 calculable credits each semester for both spring and fall 2014.

Michele O'Hara was one of more than 130 students from Roger Williams University to participate in an alternative spring break trip. O'Hara joined 29 other students who volunteered with Habitat for Humanity in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., to help build homes for low-income families in the community. The group performed a number of tasks, including interior demolition, sheet rocking and porch building to help get the volunteer site leader house ready for occupancy.