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Maine Maritime Academy announces graduates and dean's list

Jul 01, 2019

Castine — The following Midcoast residents were named to the Maine Maritime Academy dean’s list for outstanding academic achievement in the second semester of the 2018-2019 academic year. Students named to the dean’s list earn a grade point average of 3.3 or above on a 4.0 scale:

Michael Arvidson, of Camden, Marine Engineering Technology; Elijah Gass, of Camden, Marine Systems Engineering; Andrew Hall, of Rockport, International Business & Logistics; Kristian Kibler, of Camden, Marine Engineering Operations; Renaissance Lyman, of Camden, Vessel Operations and Technology; Benjamin Pearse, of Hope, Marine Engineering Technology; Paul Woodworth, of Rockport, Marine Transportation Operations; Seth Yates, of Rockport, Marine Systems Engineering; Trevor Crute, of Thomaston, Thomaston; Sean Grace, of S. Thomaston, Marine Transportation Operations; Andrew King, of Thomaston, International Business & Logistics; Zachary Roman, of Rockland, Power Engineering Technology; Everett Everett, of Vinalhaven, Marine Engineering Technology and Tyeler Stewart, of Waldoboro, International Business & Logistics.

The following Midcoast residents completed their degree requirements from Maine Maritime Academy Jan. 1 and May 5, 2019:

Peter Gimlewicz, of Camden, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Engineering Operations; Andrew Hall, of Rockport, with a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business & Logistics and Benjamin Pearse, of Hope, with a Bachelor of Science degree, Cum Laude, in Marine Engineering Technology; Steven Judge, of Cushing, with a Bachelor of Science degree , in Marine Engineering Technology; Zachary Roman, of Rockland, with a Bachelor of Science degree, Summa Cum Laude, in Power Engineering Technology and Everett Everett, of Vinalhaven, with a Bachelor of Science degree, Cum Laude, in Marine Engineering Technology.


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