BIDDEFORD/PORTLAND — The University of New England has announced its 2015 spring semester dean’s list. Dean’s list students must have attained a grade point average of 3.3 or better out of a possible 4.0 at the end of the semester.

Taylor Ramsay, of Addison; Nathan Desjardins, of Albion; Jessica Vaillancourt, of Anson; Stephanie Beeckel, Joshua Cormier, Allison Cote, Ciara Davis, Sydney Farrin, Jeremy Gervais, Zoe Heath, Nicole Kirschner, Caroline Saban, Marissa Tarrio and Paige Trask, all of Augusta; Ethan Harris, of Belgrade; Haley Pelletier, of Belgrade Lakes; Sydney Vincent, of Bingham; Chase Palmer, of Canaan; Natalie Arbour and Morgan Jones, both of Chelsea; Dominic Pizzo, of China; Marissa Paquette, of Clinton; Charlotte Esancy, Cameron Hodgdon and Kelsey Schwarz, all of Damariscotta; Nicholas Tardif, of Dresden; Cameron Armstrong, of East Winthrop; Alli Dyer and Kassidy Towne, both of Fairfield; Kristina Buck, Clara Irvine and Maura Stottler, all of Farmingdale; Amber Cusson, Brody Hines and Alyssa White, all of Farmington; Page Carr, Samantha Frederickson, Scott Knox, Paige LaPointe and Amber Silvermane, all of Gardiner; Paula Despres, of Jay; Lillian Taylor, of Kingfield; Matthew Delmar and Benjamin Packard, both of Manchester; Melissa Brassard, of Monmouth; Lydia Rice, of Mount Vernon; Deanna Richards, of New Sharon; Samantha Levesque, of Oakland; Janica Barrows, of Palmyra; Trey Vintinner, of Pittsfield; Kaitlyn Turmelle, of Randolph; Morgan Rodway, of Rangeley; Ariel Robinson, of Readfield; Alyssa Pearson, of Richmond; Nicholas Reynolds and Courtney Taylor, both of Saint Albans; Anthony-James Paul, Allison Redmond, Abbie Richardson and Hannah Todd, all of Skowhegan; Mikaylah Cloutier, Jennifer Rooney and Alivia Spicer, all of Vassalboro; Tiana Thomas, of Waterville; Abigail Beaulieu and Mariah Damon, both of West Gardiner; Courtney Brann and Amy Phillips, both of Windsor; Mariah Chenard, Joshua Larsen and Renee Violette, all of Winslow; and Amy Belanger, Alex Chamberland, Benjamin Harwood and Catherine Ouellette, all of Winthrop.

About UNE:

UNE is an innovative health sciences university grounded in the liberal arts, with two distinctive coastal Maine campuses and a vibrant new campus in Tangier, Morocco. UNE has internationally recognized scholars in the sciences, health, medicine and humanities; offers more than 40 undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs; and is home to Maine’s only medical and dental school. It is one of a handful of private universities with a comprehensive health education mission including medicine, pharmacy, dental medicine, nursing and an array of allied health professions. UNE’s interprofessional education initiatives prepare future healthcare professionals to practice comprehensive and collaborative team-based care. Both graduate and undergraduate students engage in research and scholarship alongside dedicated faculty who are committed to their academic and professional success. For more information, visit

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