The following local students have been named to the 2015 fall semester dean’s list at the University of New England in Biddeford and Portland:

Nathan Desjardins, of Albion; Jessica Vaillancourt, of Anson; Joshua Cormier, Sydney Farrin, Jeremy Gervais, Zoe Heath, Annie McGregor and Paige Trask, all of Augusta; Ethan Harris, of Belgrade; Chase Palmer, of Canaan; Marissa Paquette, of Clinton; Cameron Hodgdon, of Damariscotta; Jamin Gerry and Kelli Sousa, both of Detroit; Hattie Welch, of East Vassalboro; and Cameron Armstrong, of East Winthrop.

Also, Alli Dyer and Kassidy Towne, both of Fairfield; Kristina Buck and Maura Stottler, both of Farmingdale; Amber Cusson and Alyssa White, both of Farmington; Scott Knox and Amber Silvermane, both of Gardiner; Paula Despres, of Jay; Abigail Marshall, of Kents Hill; Lillian Taylor, of Kingfield; Benjamin Packard and Phi-khanh Vo, both of Manchester; Melissa Brassard and Nicholas Trenholm, both of Monmouth; Kristen Hall, of Mount Vernon; and Lydia Rice, of Mount Vernon.

Also, Deanna Richards and Cheyanne Savage, both of New Sharon; Brieann Hopkins, Samantha Levesque and Haley Pelletier, all of Oakland; Janica Barrows, of Palmyra; Tristen Dyer, of Phillips; Trey Vintinner, of Pittsfield; and Jake Palmer, of Pittston.

Also, Morgan Rodway, of Rangeley; Ariel Robinson, of Readfield; Nicholas Reynolds, of Saint Albans; Elija Tuell, of Sidney; Anthony-James Paul, Allison Redmond and Abbie Richardson, all of Skowhegan; and Courtney Taylor, of St. Albans; Mikaylah Cloutier.

Also, Ryan Rodrigue and Alivia Spicer, all of Vassalboro; Tiana Thomas, of Waterville; Amber Ridlon, of Wayne; Kathleen Kersey, of Weld; Abigail Beaulieu and Molly Dow, both of West Gardiner; Courtney Brann, Stephanie Doe and Amy Phillips, all of Windsor; Joshua Larsen, of Winslow; Lilly Beauregard, Alex Chamberland and Benjamin Harwood, all of Winthrop.

Dean’s list students have attained a grade-point average of 3.3 or better out of a possible 4.0 at the end of the semester.

The University of New England is Maine’s largest private university. It offers dozens of undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs and is home to Maine’s only medical and dental schools. With coastal campuses in Portland and Biddeford, Maine and one in Tangier, Morocco, UNE attracts internationally recognized scholars in the sciences, health, medicine and the humanities. It is one of a select group of academic institutions with a comprehensive health education mission that includes programs in medicine, pharmacy, dental medicine, nursing and an array of allied health professions.


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