Local Residents Receive Academic Honors

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BOSTON, Mass. – The following local students were recently named to Northeastern University’s dean’s list for the 2009 spring semester, which ended in May:

  • Clark resident, Yevgeniya Baraz, who is majoring in international affairs.
  • Clark resident, Matthew Zucosky, who is majoring in mechanical engineering.
  • Cranford resident, Christopher Ozolnieks, who is majoring in mechanical engineering.
  • Edison resident, Thilini S. Ariyawansa, who is majoring in business administration.
  • Edison resident, Jennifer Martin, who is majoring in communication studies.
  • Edison resident, Jennifer L. Terkowitz, who is majoring in psychology / education.
  • Garwood resident, Sara M. Todisco, who is majoring in history.
  • Metuchen resident, Daniel Vinci, who is majoring in accounting.
  • New Providence resident, Makoto S. Weinstein, who is majoring in civil engineering.
  • New Providence resident, Kathryn Sharpe, who is majoring in political science/international affairs.
  • New Providence resident, John A. Puttress, who is majoring in business administration.
  • Sewaren resident, Matthew A. Crimmins, who is majoring in liberal arts – non science.
  • Springfield resident, Peter B. Sandler, who is majoring in liberal arts – non science.
  • Springfield resident, Nicholas C. Fiorenza, who is majoring in liberal arts – science.
  • Westfield resident, Jordan S. Sharif, who is majoring in business administration.
  • Westfield resident, Andrew M. Realmuto, who is majoring in business administration.
  • Westfield resident, Christopher Chin, who is majoring in computer science.
  • Westfield resident, Sarah K. Liebowitz, who is majoring in journalism.
  • Westfield resident, Alexander S. Masel, who is majoring in music.
  • Westfield resident, Remi G. Formal, who is majoring in psychology.

To achieve the dean’s list distinction, students must carry a full program of at least four courses, have a quality point average of 3.25 or greater out of a possible 4.0 and carry no single grade lower than a C during the course of their college career. Each student receives a letter of commendation and congratulation from their college dean.


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