Education briefs

Feb 26, 2013

Local student named to president’s list at Southern New Hampshire University

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Chelsea Glidden of Cushing, a student majoring in child development has been named to the president’s list for the fall 2012 semester at Southern New Hampshire University. To be eligible for this honor, a student must compile an academic grade point average of 3.5 -4.0.

Cox named to Lyndon State College dean's list

LYNDONVILLE, VT. — Travis Cox of Warren has been named to the dean’s list at Lyndon State College for the fall 2012 semester. Cox is the son of Darren and Cindy Cox of Warren and is majoring in new media studies.

For inclusion on the dean’s list, a student must have completed at least 12 graded credits with no incomplete or failing grades and a minimum grade-point average of 3.50.

Lund graduates from URI

ROCKLAND — Debra Lund graduated Dec. 31 from the University of Rhode Island with a bachelor of the arts degree in anthropology and biology. She attained a GPA of 3.52.

Lund is the daughter of Stefani Lund of Rockland and Michael Lund of Rockland. She is the granddaughter of Gene and Linda Kenniston of Rockalnd and Jon Lund of Hallowell.

She graduated from Rockalnd District High School in 2009. She is currently applying to graduate schools for forensic anthropology.

Wyllie makes the grade at Tufts

MEDFORD, MASS. — Megan A. Wyllie, daughter of John and Kristi Wyllie of Warren has been named to the dean's list at Tufts University. with a GPA of 3.55. She is a second year student, majoring in geology.

Calderwood awarded doctorate

ATLANTA — Charles Calderwood was awarded a doctorate in Industrial-Organizational Psychology on Dec.15 from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. During his graduate studies, he was named the Most Outstanding Graduate Student in Psychology in 2011 and received numerous awards for undergraduate teaching.

Calderwood is a 2006 graduate of Tulane University. He is a former resident of Camden and his parents are Terry and Susan Calderwood, who now reside in Brentwood Tenn.

Connecticut College announces dean's list for local area

NEW LONDON, CONN. — The following local students have achieved dean's honors, a recognition for students who have earned a grade point average of at least 3.65, or dean's high honors, a recognition for students who have earned a grade point average of at least 3.78, for the 2012 fall semester at Connecticut College.

Diana Phillips, class of 2013 at Connecticut College and a resident of Camden, has been named to the dean's high honors list.

Noelle Surprise, class of 2014 at Connecticut College and a resident of Camden, has been named to the dean's high honors list.

Bardon named to UAlbany dean's list

ALBANY, N.Y. — Sean Bardon of Camden was named to the University at Albany's fall 2012 dean's list for outstanding academic achievement.

Inventing the Post-Oil Economy course begins March 6

ROCKPORT — Five Town CSD Adult and Community Education is holding a four-week seminar beginning Wednesday, March 6, from 6 to 8 p.m. Inventing the Post-Oil Economy.

Led by Paul Kando, a retired engineer who has been active in energy and building research for more 30 years, both in the U.S. and Europe, this class will discuss and cover many issues of interest to those in Maine — a state which depends heavily on oil.

This class will be held at Camden Hills Regional High School, 25 Keelson Drive, Rockport. For more information or to sign up, contact adult ed at fivetowns.maineadulted.org or 236-7800, ext. 5.

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