July 18th, 2013
The following Williston students recently graduated from their colleges or universities.
University of Delaware
Sarah Boland, Bachelor of Arts in foreign languages and literature
Hobart and William Smith College
Samuel H. Schneider, bachelor’s degree
Plymouth State University
Thomas Powers, Bachelor of Science in management
Katelin G. Heltz, Master of Science of nursing, National Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, Delta Mu Chapter.
Students named to deans’ lists
The following Williston and St. George students were named to their university or college deans’ lists.
William M. Burke, Miami University
Remi Donnelly, William Smith College
Sierra Jean Davis, University of Rhode Island
Kelsey Jensen, Colgate University
Kathleen Leach, University of Rhode Island
Nathan Masse, Assumption College
Lauren Meunier, Lasell College
Meghan O’Brien, University of Rhode Island
Alexandra Santis, Colgate University
Jenna Schultz, SUNY Potsdam
Callan Suozzi-Rearic, Skidmore College
Olivia H. Vande Griek, Clark University
Caelin C. Weiss, Colby College
Breanna Willard, Salve Regina University
Andrea Young, Savannah College of Art and Design
University of Vermont Dean’s List
Hannah L. Apfelbaum; Samuel T. Brown; Nathan J. Callas; Kanita A. Chaudhry; Samuel C. Chevalier; Lillian R. Coletta; Stephanie L. Commo; Parker J. Cornbrooks; Carolyn B. Dube; Abigail A. Dunki-Jacobs; Christopher J. Ghazi; Bronwen E. Hudson; John A. Judge; Erin L. Keller; Liam P. Kelley; Daniel A. Lambert; Andrew A. Lemieux; Andrew D. Lieberman; Benjamin R. Liebman; Laura M. Macuga; Connor J. Mellen; Patrick C. Plociennik; David M. Sartorelli; Anna M. Schmoker; Anna L. Shelley; Meghen A. Sullivan; Benjamin A. Teasdale; Sophia A. Trigg.
Hathaway graduates cadet program
Andre Hathaway of American Legion Williston Post 45 was among 20 young men and women who graduated from The American Legion Robert H. Vincelette Law Cadet Program on June 28.
Vermont’s Law Cadet training program is one of The American Legion’s community and youth-oriented programs intended to develop patriotism and loyalty in young citizens.