Houlton Region

Local students named to dean’s lists

A number of local students have been named to dean’s lists for their respective colleges and universities for the spring semester. 

Nolan Porter of Houlton was named to the dean’s list at Rochester Institute of Technology for the 2020 spring semester. Porter is in the software engineering program.

Ryan Baptista of Houlton, a senior enrolled in a bachelor of science in criminal justice and bachelor of science in psychology with a Mental Health Rehabilitation Technician/Community (MHRT/C) Certification program, was named to the dean’s list at Husson College.

Dakota R. Dickinson of Houlton, a senior enrolled in a bachelor of science in kinesiology-human movement science/doctor of physical therapy program, was named to the dean’s list at Husson College.

Hannah C. Foley of Smyrna Mills, a senior enrolled in a bachelor of science in health care studies/master of science in occupational therapy program, was named to the dean’s list at Husson College.

Lily B. Leavitt of Smyrna Mills, a senior enrolled in a bachelor of science in health care studies/master of science in occupational therapy program, was named to the dean’s list at Husson College.

Isaac M. Potter of Houlton, a freshman who is enrolled in a bachelor of science in mass communications with a concentration in sports journalism program, was named to the dean’s list at Husson College.

Deanna M. Foster of Linneus, a senior enrolled in a bachelor of science in nursing/bachelor of science in psychology program, was named to the dean’s list at Husson College.

The following students were named to Husson College’s president’s list in which students must carry at least 12 graded credit hours during the semester and earn a grade point average of 3.80 to 4.0 during the period.

Sarah M. McGillicuddy of Hodgdon is a senior enrolled in a bachelor of science in legal studies with a concentration in pre-law/certificate in business administration/paralegal certificate program.

Madisyn Lauren Merritt of Hodgdon is a junior enrolled in a bachelor of science in health care administration and public health/master of science in occupational therapy program.

Alexis Paige Miller of Hodgdon is a junior enrolled in a bachelor of science in business administration with a concentration in entrepreneurship and small business management.

Chelsea Jules Gentle of Houlton is a graduate student who is enrolled in Husson’s doctor of pharmacy program.

Amelia Grace Hanning of Houlton is a sophomore who is currently enrolled in a bachelor of science in exercise science/doctor of physical therapy program.

Hailey A. Heath of Houlton is a junior enrolled in a bachelor of science in legal studies with a concentration in pre-law/certificate in paralegal studies/paralegal certificate in advanced civil practice/paralegal certificate in advanced criminal practice.

Rylee E. Warman of Houlton is a senior enrolled in a bachelor of science in exercise science/doctor of physical therapy program.

Lucas Violette of Island Falls is a senior enrolled in a bachelor of science in criminal justice/undergraduate certificate in counter terrorism and security/master of science in criminal justice administration.

Cameron S. Graham of Littleton is a junior enrolled in a bachelor of science in business administration with a concentration in management program.

Joel C. Bond of Ludlow is a junior enrolled in a bachelor of science in communications technology with a concentration in audio engineering program.

Dylan R. Johnston of Monticello is a graduate student enrolled in a bachelor of science in health sciences/doctor of pharmacy program.

Emily Ella Miller of Monticello is a junior enrolled in a bachelor of science in business administration with a concentration in marketing management/master of business administration (MBA) program.

Molly Cunningham of Sherman is a senior enrolled in a bachelor of science in health care studies/master of science in occupational therapy program.

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