SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIVERSITY

MANCHESTER, N.H. — The following students from Maine have been named to the 2015 spring semester dean’s list at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, New Hampshire:

Augusta, Morgan Lenko, bachelor of arts, communication; Bangor, Amanda Richard, bachelor of science, culinary management; Bath, Chanel Intermont, bachelor of arts, psychology; Berwick, Scott Angers, bachelor of science, information technology with concentration in web design and development; Berwick, Paul Mearkle, bachelor of arts, history with concentration in American history; Biddeford, Bridget Church, bachelor of science, business administration with concentration in human resource management; Biddeford, Edward Cotter, bachelor of science, sport management; Biddeford, Brittany La Kemper, associate of science, fashion merchandising; Brownville, Kayleen Kenney, bachelor of arts, elementary education; Brunswick, Chantelle Hughes, bachelor of science, business studies in business administration; Brunswick, Barbara Martinez, bachelor of science, business studies in business administration; Caribou, Elizabeth Keaton, bachelor of science, fashion merchandising and management; and Caribou, Torey Stickrath, bachelor of science, game design and development — interactive storytelling;

Also, Dixfield, Kaylee White, bachelor of science, fashion merchandising and management degree in three; Falmouth, Elise Coleman, bachelor of science, hospitality business; Franklin, Jessica Takacs, bachelor of arts, graphic design and media arts; Freeport, Yun Huang, bachelor of science, accounting; Garland, Jessica Crawford, bachelor of arts, psychology; Hampden, Kyle Burbine, bachelor of science, business studies in marketing; Kittery, Troy Walker, bachelor of science, business studies in human resource management; Lewiston, Douglas Lalonde, bachelor of science, business administration with concentration in orgleadership; Lewiston, Ronny Morris, bachelor of science, business administration; Lewiston, Alyson Pelletier, bachelor of arts, communication with concentration in public relations; Millinocket, Tiffany Duchesneau, bachelor of arts, psychology with concentration in child and adolescent development; Newburgh, Alyssa Sepp, bachelor of science, hospitality business; and North Berwick, Lucien Couture; bachelor of science, computer information technology.

Also, Oakland, Amber Beaudoin, bachelor of arts, psychology with concentration in child and adolescent development; Rockland, Tracie Brann, bachelor of science, healthcare informatics; Saco, Kristel Hill, bachelor of arts, psychology with concentration in child and adolescent development; Saco, Renee Lipford, bachelor of arts, communication with concentration in professional writing; Skowhegan, Troy McAllister, bachelor of arts, creative writing/English with concentration in fiction writing; South Berwick, Hannah Ferguson, bachelor of science, justice studies with concentration in crime and criminology; Southwest Harbor, Robert Gaiser, associate of science, business administration; Sullivan, Janelle Holcomb, bachelor of science, healthcare administration; Topsham, Danielle Luedee, bachelor of science, business administration; Union, Aaron Beal, bachelor of science, accounting; Wells, Elizabeth Prybylo, bachelor of science, business studies in business administration; Windham, Casie Pierce, bachelor of arts, graphic design and media arts; Windham, Andrew Whiting, bachelor of arts, communication; and Wiscasset, Zachary MacDonald, bachelor of science, computer information technology with concentration in software development.

To be eligible for this honor, a student must compile an academic grade point average of 3.500-3.699, according to a news release from the university.