More Than 1,900 New Jersey Institute Of Technology Students Make The Dean’s List

NEWARK–New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJInformation Technology) recently named 1,901 undergraduate students to the dean’s list for the spring semester of 2010, including:

  • Abigail Adenu of Elizabeth
  • Roksana Afroz of Elizabeth
  • Charles Beltran of Elizabeth
  • Michael Bento of Elizabeth
  • Giorbis Bermudez of Elizabeth
  • Pawel Bokota of Linden
  • Jenean Bolden of Rahway
  • John Bouck of Linden
  • David Cannici of Clark
  • Eric Campbell of Linden
  • Nelson Cardenas of Linden
  • Reniery Cevallos of Linden
  • Christian Chavez of Clark
  • Daniel Chavez of Clark
  • Maria Conneran of Rahway
  • Daniel Correia of Elizabeth
  • Daniel Cron of Rahway
  • Pedro Cruz of Elizabeth
  • Tatiana Duarte of Elizabeth
  • John Giraldo of Linden
  • Samjohn Ghattas of Elizabeth
  • Siro Gonzalez of Elizabeth
  • Claudia Hernandez of Elizabeth
  • Patrick Hilaire of Elizabeth
  • Chaz Hobson of Rahway
  • Esperanza Huerta of Elizabeth
  • Rayven Johnson of Rahway
  • Juan Jon of Elizabeth
  • Scott Juchnevicius of Clark
  • Riyashat Kazmi of Elizabeth
  • Kevin Krueger of Winfield
  • Christina Labellarte of Rahway
  • Mariana Maldonado of Elizabeth
  • Ashay Mehta of Rahway
  • Cynthia Montalvan of Rahway
  • Augustin Muresan of Elizabeth
  • Randy Murillo of Elizabeth
  • Frank Olavarrieta of Elizabeth
  • Silvana Ortiz of Elizabeth
  • Omotayo Oyelaja of Linden
  • Sonia Patel of Elizabeth
  • Ana Pena of Elizabeth
  • Carlos Perez of Elizabeth
  • Giancarlo Protacio of Rahway
  • Jo-Ann Quevedo of Linden
  • Abraham Rakovsky of Elizabeth
  • David Reis of Elizabeth
  • Christian Rios of Elizabeth
  • Reem Salem of Linden
  • Piotr Turon of Linden
  • Thomas Tylutki of Rahway
  • Rafal Wojcik of Clark

To be named to the dean’s list at NJInformation Technology, a student must be matriculated in an academic program; have completed 12 or more credits; and maintained a grade point average of at least 3.0 (4.0 being the highest).

He or she must also have received no incomplete grade or have received any grade lower than a C.

NJInformation Technology, New Jersey’s science and technology university enrolls more than 8,400 students in bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in 92 degree programs offered by six colleges: Newark College of Engineering, College of Architecture and Design, College of Science and Liberal Arts, School of Management, Albert Dorman Honors College and College of Computing Sciences.

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