COLUMN: EDUCATION NOTES
Area students and educators have received the following honors or awards:
Franklin Pierce Law Center This article is about the law school in Concord. For the university in Rindge, see Franklin Pierce University.
The Franklin Pierce Law Center (Pierce Law or FPLC) is a private, nonprofit, American Bar Association-accredited law school located in Concord,
Worcester: Timothy Rousseau.
Worcester: Alexander U. Ostrow.
Auburn: Kristen Midura, Nathan Reich and Lauren Sibley.
Holden: Allison Frechette, Elaina Kiritsy, and P. Gregory Langton.
Millbury: Gina LaPan.
Paxton: David Socha.
Shrewsbury: Jean-Marc Aubuchon, Alexander Bury, Ryan Carbone, Darren Helstowski, James Howe, Juliana Neafsey, David Peraino, Jennie Rezuke and Joseph Russo.
Sutton: Mandee Adams.
Worcester: Domenic Covello, Aimee D'Elia, Amanda Silk, Maura Sullivan, Emily Herrick, Timothy Rondeau and Jayme Fontana.
Roger Williams University Roger Williams University, commonly abbreviated as RWU, is a private, coeducational American liberal arts university located on 120 acres in Bristol, Rhode Island, above Mt. Hope Bay. Founded in 1956, it was named for theologian and Rhode Island cofounder Roger Williams.
Oxford: Laura Ann Diveglia.
Roger Williams University School of Law Roger Williams University School of Law is the only law school in the state of Rhode Island. It is located approximately 18 miles south east of Providence, Rhode Island, in the town of Bristol. It was the first program established by Roger Williams University in 1993.
Shrewsbury: Maria L. DiPilato.
Salve Regina University Salve Regina University is a university in Newport, Rhode Island. Founded by the Sisters of Mercy, the university is a co-ed, private, non-profit institution chartered by the State of Rhode Island in 1934.
Barre: Lisa M. Balser.
Blackstone: Tom R. Lafleur.
Clinton: Kathleen A. Murray.
Dudley: Christine A. Brosnihan, Patrick T. Rea, Sara B. Sturgis, Amanda K. Wilson and Nicholas M. Bates.
Fitchburg: Jessica L. Cote and Meghan E. Mullaney.
Grafton: Kristen M. Tomaiolo.
Leominster: Samuel A. Ceballos and Santia Martines Mazzaferro.
Milford: Sarah E. Wolfe.
Millbury: Joshua C. Carrignant and Sarin I. Hanson.
Shrewsbury: Emily M. Cedrone, Elizabeth S. MacAllister and Megan E. Stake.
Webster: Katelyn E. Horan.
Westminster: Ian B. Kerr.
Worcester: Christine F. Cotter, Scott A. DiGiorno-Shankle, Inez A. Goncalves, Allison M. Jasmin, Kimberly A. Klucznik, Jaime I. Leib and Krista M. Maynard.
University of Rhode Island History
The University was first chartered as the state's agricultural school in 1888. The site of the school was originally the Oliver Watson Farm, and the original farmhouse still lies on the campus today.
Northboro: Christine A. Squillante.
University of Pennsylvania (body, education) University of Pennsylvania - The home of ENIAC and Machiavelli.
Address: Philadelphia, PA, USA.
Holden: Sofia Wronski.
University of Wisconsin-Madison “University of Wisconsin” redirects here. For other uses, see University of Wisconsin (disambiguation).
A public, land-grant institution, UW-Madison offers a wide spectrum of liberal arts studies, professional programs, and student activities.
Leicester: Jennifer L. Shea.
Daniel Webster College Founded in 1965, Daniel Webster College is an independent college in Nashua, New Hampshire. Located next to the city airport, it was established as the New England Aeronautical Institute, but has grown into a full-fledged undergraduate and graduate school.
2008 Faculty Commendation
Worcester: David Falcone.
The University of Texas Dallas
W.T. Doherty Award by the Dallas Fort Worth Section of the American Chemical Society
Rochdale: Dr. Kenneth J. Balkus.
Education Notes are compiled by Sarah E. Sierra of the Telegram & Gazette staff. To submit items, send an e-mail to email@example.com or call the T&G City Desk at (508) 793-9245.