Hadley makes Northeastern University dean's list for seventh straight semester

BOSTON — Aaron Hadley is majoring in finance and accounting with a minor in Mandarin in Northeasterns' Business School.

He traveled to China through Northeasterns’ Dialogues of Civilization Program as a sophomore, studying in Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai and interning at a bank in Nanjing.

Hadley will work his third and final co-operative position July 1 through December in New York City at the corporate headquarters of United Bank of Switzerland. His previous co-ops were as a trading assistant at Investment firm Hellman Jordan in Boston and as a Global Risk Management Analyst at Merrill Lynch at Rockefeller Plaza in New York City.

He is a graduate of Rockland District High School where he was a single tennis player freshman to senior year and graduated in the top 10 percent of his class.

Temple graduates from UMaine

ORONO — Summer Lynn Temple of Thomaston, daughter of Shelly and John Temple, graduated on the dean's list on May 11 from the University of Maine at Orono. She received a bachelor's degree in marine science with a concentration in biology.

Temple was an honor graduate and a National Honor student graduating third in her class at Georges Valley High School in 2008.

Rosen graduates from College of Atlantic

BAR HARBOR — When College of the Atlantic held its commencement June 8, speaker Dr. Paul Farmer spoke to students and family members from around the globe. As is traditional in COA’s nontraditional exercises, students received a diploma from President Darron Collins, PhD, a 1992 alumnus, and board chair William Thorndike. They also received a flower from a fellow graduate.

Thirteen of the students are from Maine, including Samuel Rosen of Vinalhaven, a graduate of Vinalhaven High School.

Locals made the grade at Husson

BANGOR — The following students the Midcoast have received semester honors at Husson University for the spring semester 2013. There are three categories. president’s list indicated a semester grade point average of 3.81 to 4.0. Dean’s list indicates 3.61 to 3.8, and honors list indicates a 3.4 to 3.6 grade point average.

Samuel R. Butler of Appleton, dean’s list; Camden residents Peter D. Bryant, dean’s list, Adam N. Landwehr, dean’s list; Meredith M. Joyce of Cushing, honors list.; Amelia L. Mank of Hope, dean's list; Lincolnville residents Logan Fogg, dean’s list, Erin E. Rollins, dean’s list, Hannah K. Uhll, dean’s list; Gabrielle A. Duke of Rockport, president's list; Rockland residents Amanda B. Burns, honors list, Jonathan L. Gerry, president’s list, Chelsea Hawksley, president’s list; John J. Butler of Owls Head, honors list; Anna M. Sanborn of Thomaston, dean's list; Danica S. Hooper of South Thomaston, honors list; Union residents Jennifer R. O’Jala , president’s list, Jason D. Vinal, dean’s list; Waldoboro residents Kristy N. Benner, president’s list, Dylan S. Walker, president’s list, Taylor A. Williamson, honors list; Warren residents Dustin T. Blackington, honors list, Mallory A. Conary, honors list, Alexander W. MacKenzie, honors list, Lacy T. Massengale, president’s list, Jennifer L. Tracy, president’s list.

Pearce graduates from Beloit College

BELOIT, WIS. — Orion Pearce from Rockland graduated from Beloit College May 12 with a bachelor of science degree.

UMF Young Writer’s Conference

FARMINGTON — University of Maine at Farmington’s Longfellow Mountains — a unique writing workshop for rising high school juniors and seniors — is now opening its doors to talented young writers who will be sophomores in high school this fall.

This fourth annual summer workshop will run from Sunday, July 14, through Saturday, July 20, on the UMF campus.

The only week-long young writers summer workshop in New England, Longfellow Mountains provides talented high school writers with the opportunity to work with expert UMF faculty and published authors as students immerse themselves in the writing world. The conference holds small supportive workshops in poetry, nonfiction, screenwriting and fiction taught by UMF faculty and guest lecturers from the local writing community.

Applications and costs are available on the UMF website at creativewriting.umf.maine.edu/longfellow/.

Hamalainen achieves dean's list status

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Olivia T. Hamalainen, of Camden, a nursing major and a member of the class of 2015, was named to the dean's list for the spring 2013 semester at Saint Anselm College.

To be eligible for this honor, a student must compile a grade point average of 3.0 or better.