BIDDEFORD and PORTLAND — The following students were named to the 2016 fall semester dean’s list at the University of New England: Anna Ramsay, of Addison; Nathan Desjardins, of Albion; Jessica Vaillancourt, of Anson; and Jeremy Gervais, Mary Margaret Kirschner, Annie McGregor, Marissa Tarrio and Lindsay Watts, all of Augusta.

Also, Evan Grard and Courtney Mills, both of Chelsea; Marissa Paquette, of Clinton; Cameron Hodgdon, of Damariscotta; Jamin Gerry, of Detroit; Tyler Bailey, of East Vassalboro; and Cameron Armstrong, of East Winthrop.

Also, Courtney Churchill, Alli Dyer, Jayley Handley and Kassidy Towne, all of Fairfield; Maura Stottler, of Farmingdale; Alyssa White, of Farmington; Mackenzie Edwards, of Gardiner; Hailey Pollard, of Hartland; and Laura Wilkins, of Jay.

Also, Abigail Marshall, of Kents Hill; Lillian Taylor, of Kingfield; Logan Huckins, of Meddybemps; Melissa Brassard, of Monmouth; Owen Peterson and Lydia Rice, both of Mount Vernon; and Deanna Richards and Cheyanne Savage, both of New Sharon.

Also, Brieann Hopkins and Kacie Jacques, both of Oakland; Tristen Dyer, of Phillips; Morgan Rodway, of Rangeley; Ariel Robinson, of Readfield; and Abigail Carney, Alyssa Pearson and Julie Plummer, all of Richmond.

Also, Nicholas Reynolds, of Saint Albans; Amber Silvermane and Elija Tuell, both of Sidney; Anthony-James Paul, Abbie Richardson and Hannah Todd, all of Skowhegan; Kayla Goggin and Emma McCormac, both of South China; and Mikaylah Cloutier, of Vassalboro.

Also, Elizabeth Mutina and Tiana Thomas, both of Waterville; Abigail Beaulieu, Melanie Calicchio and Cassie Trask, all of West Gardiner; Cassandra Ray, of Windsor; Lilly Beauregard, Alex Chamberland, Molly Dow and Benjamin Harwood, all of Winthrop.

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

UNE is Maine’s largest private university, an innovative educational community with two distinctive coastal Maine campuses, a vibrant new campus in Tangier, Morocco, and a robust offering of degree and certificate programs online. UNE is home to Maine’s only medical and dental schools-part of a comprehensive health education mission built on a pioneering interprofessional approach that includes pharmacy, nursing and an array of allied health professions.

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