Franklin Pierce University

RINDGE, N.H. — Meredith Wiemer of Union was named to the dean’s honors list for the spring semester at Franklin Pierce University. Wiemer, a junior majoring in anthropology and American studies, earned dean’s honors list status by maintaining a grade point average of at least 3.65.

Hartwick College

ONEONTA, N.Y. — Hartwick College senior Eliza Mohlie, daughter of Delia and Ted Mohlie, was named to the spring term dean’s list. Mohlie is majoring in political science. At Hartwick, she has participated in Pre-Law Program, Honors Program, Museum Club, Fencing Club, Ballroom Dancing Club, Amnesty International, Awakening Staff, and Beyond Boundaries Service Organization. She is a graduate of Medomak Valley High School.

University of South Dakota

VERMILLION, S.D. — Ali Pierce of Rockland was named to the Beacom School of Business dean’s list at the University of South Dakota for the spring 2010 semester.

Jane Morrison Film Fellowship

Sally Levi of Bristol and Dean Merrill of Portland are the 2010 recipients of the Jane Morrison Film Fellowship, awarded by the Maine Community Foundation.

A graduate of the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Calif., Levi has taught at Maine Media Workshops in Rockport since 2008. She has served as writer, director and/or producer on a number of documentary films, including “Killer Subs in Pearl Harbor” for PBS/Nova and “Design Revolution” sponsored by MIT, both 2009. Levi will use the Morrison fellowship to attend the Film and Media Producing program at Lund University in Sweden.

Applications for next year’s fellowships must be postmarked by Jan. 14, 2011. Go to www.mainearts.maine.gov for guidelines. Each applicant must speak with Kerstin Gilg, media arts and performing arts associate at MAC, at 287-2726 before applying.

Union College

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Emily Burgess is a 2010 graduate of Union College, with a bachelor of arts, double major in arts and English, magna cum laude. Burgess is a resident of Rockport and a 2006 graduate of Triton Regional School.

Springfield College

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Springfield College has named the following local residents to the dean’s list for academic excellence for the fall 2009 term: Cameron Ayotte of Waldoboro, whose major field of study is sports management; and Chelsea Wochomurka of Waldoboro, whose major field of study is psychology. Founded in 1885, Springfield College is world renowned as the Birthplace of Basketball, and for its guiding philosophy of humanics — education of the whole person in spirit, mind and body — for leadership in service to others.

Phillips Exeter Academy

EXETER, N.H. — Emily J. Murray of Matinicus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Murray, received high honors during the spring 2010 term at Phillips Exeter Academy.