GraduatesCormac Stevens of Waterbury graduated cum laude from Dickinson College with a BA in English and Italian studies.
Community College of Vermont graduates who earned associate degrees include:
Barre – Tyler Avery, Carmen Bradley, Timothy H. Brennan, Mandy L. Dwinell, Kellyn E. Edraney, Carson R. Fischer, Gavin D. Hawkins, Erin L. Karasinski, Nicole J. Laprade, Brittany Laskowski, Matthew T. O’Connor, Jessica Lynell Plemons, Rosalie A. Rogers;
East Barre – Kayla M. Gilman, Erin N. Langevin, Melissa J. Locarno;
East Calais – Gwendolyn M. Bunnewith, Laura L. Dailey;
East Montpelier – Justin Pease Bennett;
Graniteville – Matthew Foster, Erin L. Preston, Jacqueline R. Smith, Brittany Lynn Vilbrin;
Marshfield – Andrew M. Talbert;
Montpelier – Matthew Dolezal, Cheyanne M. Green, Amanda L. St. Amour, Kayley B. Stokke;
Moretown – Seamus E. Collar, Asher J. Martley;
Northfield – Isabelle C. Beebe, Renee Therese Beebe, Denise E. Womer;
Orange – Donald J. Boutin III;
Plainfield – Carter J. Martin, Aaron S. Thompson;
Warren – Christopher J. Rotsettis;
Waterbury – Taylor Fawn Commo, Julie L. Laflamme.
Dean’s listEndicott College spring 2020 dean’s list includes: Joshua Farber, Finance and Marketing, Paul Farrell, Business Management, both of Middlesex; Luke Hawley, Finance and Marketing, of Montpelier; Catherine Miles, Exercise Science, of Northfield; and Celeste Favaloro, Interior Design, of Waterbury.
Centenary College of Louisiana spring 2020 dean’s list includes Piper Beilke of Waterbury.
Riley Bashaw, Christina Thivierge, both of Barre, and Carly Riggen of Essex were among seven 2020 Scholarship Award winners each receiving $1,000 from One Credit Union, based in Springfield.
VGA Scholarship Fund 2020 Scholarship area recipients include Brady Hathorn, Hartford HS (Franklin Pierce); Jackson King, Lake Region Union HS (Husson University); Braydon Leach, Lake Region Union HS (Vermont Technical College); and Grace Giroux, North Country Union HS (University of Vermont).
News NORTHFIELD — Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies online programs celebrate 408 graduates at virtual Residency Conference, “Expect Challenge, Achieve Distinction,” June 22-26.
RANDOLPH CENTER — Vermont Technical College launches agriculture and food systems curriculum transformation process to develop a business plan for the operations and delivery of experiential education.
JOHNSON/LYNDONVILLE — Northern Vermont University will begin the fall semester on Tuesday, Aug. 18, one week earlier than planned, and end early with residential students returning home for Thanksgiving break and remote exams to complete the semester. This change will best position NVU and its students, employees and communities in the event of an increase in COVID-19 cases or another wave in the fall.
MONTPELIER — Nearly 300 students, staff, faculty, alumni and community members joined Community College of Vermont’s Green Up effort to clean up roadsides throughout the state. Both CCV and Green Up Vermont are celebrating 50th anniversaries in 2020, and have partnered in recognition of the shared milestone.