BIDDEFORD/PORTLAND — The following area student were named to the 2017 fall semester dean’s list at the University of New England.

Anna T. Ramsay, of Addison; Jessica J. Vaillancourt, of Anson; Joshua E. Cormier, Mary Margaret Kirschner, Marissa Tarrio and Lindsay Watts, all of Augusta; Samantha B. Knox, of Benton; Evan A. Grard and Courtney M. Mills, both of Chelsea; Marissa L. Paquette, of Clinton.

Also, Jamin J. Gerry, of Detroit; Lilly J. Herrin and Kassidy E. Towne, both of Fairfield; Amber J. Cusson and Maura Stottler, both of Farmingdale; Nicole L. Hamblin, of Fayette; Mackenzie E. Edwards and Mary A. Toman, both of Gardiner.

Also, Timothy K. Gilboe, of Jackman; Morgan M. Fournier, of Jay; Elizabeth A. Keeley, of Kent Hill; Ravin A. Davis, Aly J. LeBlanc and Kylie L. Spaulding, all of Madison; Rhiannon Dumond, Carey Knowles, Paxton S. Lessard, all of Monmouth; Owen E. Peterson and Lydia Rice, both of Mount Vernon.

Also, Cheyanne M. Savage, of New Sharon; Kacie M. Jacques, of Oakland; Tristen J. Dyer, of Phillips; Morgan J. Rodway, of Rangeley; Abigail A. Carney and Julie E. Plummer, both of Richmond; Staci L. Guerette, of Shawmut; Joseph M. Russell, Amber L. Silvermane and Elija T. Tuell, all of Sidney.

Also, Sidra Imam, Anthony-James C. Paul, Abbie M. Richardson and Hannah E. Todd, all of Skowhegan; Kayla M. Goggin and Emma D. McCormac, both of South China; Beth Bowring, Mikaylah M. Cloutier and Ryan J. Rodrigue, all of Vassalboro; Dustin D. Tripp, of Wayne.

Also, Kathleen F. Kersey, of Weld; Melanie A. Calicchio and Alison A. Newcombe, both of West Gardiner; Dylan C. Jones and Cassandra Ray, both of Windsor; Chelsea R. Robbins, of Winslow; and Alex M. Chamberland and Megan M. Chamberland, Molly K. Dow and Jacob E. Hickey, 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.

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