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Champlain College

Karl Lewis of Olyphant was named to the Champlain College dean’s list for the fall semester. Students on the dean’s list have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher during the semester.

Hofstra University

Meghan Fawcett of Scott Township was named to the Hofstra University fall dean’s list. Students must earn a grade point average of at least 3.5 during the semester to make the dean’s list.

Kutztown University

More than 1,770 students were named to the fall dean’s list at Kutztown University, including the following local residents:

Jennifer Bjork of Scott Township

Eric Ferko of Scott Township

Madison R. Hayner of Carbondale

John R. Liuzzo of Peckville

Sydney J. Loftus of Peckville

Rory Anna Misko of Carbondale

Brianna E. Pallo of Jessup

Andy Huynh Thi Pham of Peckville

Joseph John Tini of Archbald

Karlee Vaverchak of Jermyn

Katherine Wilson of Olyphant

To be eligible for the dean’s list, an undergraduate student must be registered for at least 12 credits and have a minimum grade point average of 3.60.

Mid Valley High School

Keli Pegula, a senior at Mid Valley High School, was named by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation as a semifinalist for the prestigious Cooke College Scholarship Program. This highly selective scholarship provides high-achieving students with financial need up to $40,000 annually for four years of college, to enable them to attend a top college or university.

The semifinalists were chosen from a pool of more than 5,300 applicants. Approximately 60 semifinalists will be selected to receive the scholarship. The 2020 Cooke College Scholarship recipients will be announced in April. Students applied from all 50 states – as well as Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico – representing 402 schools.

University of Delaware

The following area residents were named to the University of Delaware dean’s list for the fall 2019 semester:

Sarah Mihalick of Jermyn

Aubrey McGovern of Carbondale

To meet eligibility requirements for the dean’s list, a student must be enrolled full-time and earn a GPA of 3.5 or above (on a 4.0 scale) for the semester.

University of Rhode Island

Nathan Seprosky of Archbald was named to the dean’s list at the University of Rhode Island. To be included on the dean’s list, students must have completed 12 or more credits during a semester for letter grades with at least a 3.30 quality point average. Part-time students qualify with the accumulation of 12 credits with a 3.30 quality point average. The list includes students who have not yet declared their majors as well as those from all of the University’s undergraduate academic colleges.

University of Scranton

Madison Ziobro of Scott Township was among students added to The University of Scranton dean’s list for the spring 2019 semester after publication of the list in June of 2019. Ziobro is a senior biochemistry major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences.

A student must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better with a minimum number of credit hours to make the dean’s list.

■ The following local residents were among more than 1,600 students named to The University of Scranton’s dean’s list for the 2019 fall semester:

Erika Aguilar of Throop, a freshman history major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Taylor L. Boyle of Peckville, a freshman communication major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Maggie Kowalewski of Forest City, a freshman biology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Mario T. Rotell of Archbald, a freshman undeclared major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Christina B. Carachilo of Carbondale, a sophomore neuroscience major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Sarah Knutelski of Mayfield, a sophomore physiology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Kasidy Leggin of Archbald, a sophomore physiology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Allison M. McGee of Peckville, a sophomore biology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Natalie A. Olsommer of Olyphant, a sophomore mathematics major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Camryn J. Perri of Carbondale, a sophomore biochemistry, cell, molecular biology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Olivia A. Pisarski of Jessup, a sophomore physiology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Kristina J. Thomas of Archbald, a sophomore biochemistry major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Emily L. Allen of Scott Township, a junior biology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Rebecca C. Brady of Archbald, a junior history major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Rebeca R. Chieffallo of Olyphant, a junior journalism - electronic media major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Jessica L. Fanelli of Carbondale, a junior biology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Hannah R. Gilhooley of Olyphant, a junior biology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Abigail Guziewicz of Peckville, a junior psychology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Isaiah J. Harris of Eynon, a junior neuroscience major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Joshua T. Rudolph of Peckville, a junior journalism - electronic media major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

April Lee Sparks of Archbald, a junior journalism - electronic media major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Nikalina E. Veno of Archbald, a junior biology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Tyler L. Atcavage of Forest City, a senior forensic chemistry major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Katrina D. Coviello of Jessup, a senior psychology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Michael A. DeCarli of Archbald, a senior biology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Edward P. Gregorowicz of Jessup, a senior history major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Rachel A. Kerr of Archbald, a senior biology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Mark G. Pawelski of Throop, a senior electrical engineering major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Minahil Sami of Jessup, a senior biochemistry, cell, molecular biology major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Pinky Stanseski of Throop, a senior liberal studies major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Madison Ziobro of Scott Township , a senior biochemistry major in the university’s College of Arts and Sciences

Hannah M. Carr of Throop, a freshman kinesiology major in the university’s Panuska College of Professional Studies

Mia G. Ceccarelli of Archbald, a freshman early and primary teacher education major in the university’s Panuska College of Professional Studies

Gianna C. Memo of Peckville, a freshman kinesiology major in the university’s Panuska College of Professional Studies

Marino D. Angeloni of Jessup, a sophomore counseling and human services major in the university’s Panuska College of Professional Studies

Sarah E. Ferraro of Jessup, a sophomore occupational therapy major in the university’s Panuska College of Professional Studies

Julia C. Romanovich of Peckville, a sophomore nursing major in the university’s Panuska College of Professional Studies

Patrick J. Barney of Peckville, a senior exercise science major in the university’s Panuska College of Professional Studies

Kylee Bushta of Archbald, a senior nursing major in the university’s Panuska College of Professional Studies

William B. Hammert of Archbald, a senior exercise science major in the university’s Panuska College of Professional Studies

Kyle J. Kolcharno of Peckville, a senior secondary education - citizenship and history major in the university’s Panuska College of Professional Studies

Anna L. Totsky of Scranton, the daughter of Dan Totsky of Carbondale and Kris Probst of Scranton, a junior nursing major in the university’s Panuska College of Professional Studies

Camille M. Castelline of Archbald , a freshman accounting major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Robert J. Craig of Peckville, a freshman business analytics major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Marc Kudrich of Archbald, a freshman finance major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Miranda B. McCartney of Forest City, a freshman business major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Emma R. Boyle of Peckville, a sophomore accounting major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Julia V. Betti of Dickson City, a junior marketing major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Catherine G. Farrell of Archbald, a junior marketing major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Regan E. O’Hara of Peckville, a junior accounting major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Alexandra T. Wanas of Blakely, a junior business administration major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Joshua F. Bauman of Jessup, a senior marketing major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Emily Sharon Burden-Butts of Scott Township, a senior accounting major in the University’s Kania School of Management

Andrew T. Koltis of Peckville, a senior finance major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Christina M. Parry of Peckville, a senior accounting major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Abigail M. Roberts of Archbald, a senior accounting major in the university’s Kania School of Management

Western Governors University

Sean McNamara of Peckville earned a Master of Business Administration degree at Western Governors University.

Widener University

Mia Muchisky of Archbald a psychology major, achieved dean’s list status at Widener University during the fall semester.

The dean’s list recognizes full-time students who earned a grade point average of 3.50 and above for the semester.