EDUCATION NOTES.COLUMN: EDUCATION NOTES
Area students and educators have received the following honors or awards:
Ave Maria School of Law Ave Maria School of Law, a Roman Catholic law school, is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. In the 2006-2007 academic year, there were 380 students enrolled from a variety of states, countries, and religious backgrounds.
Worcester: Kathryn Dolan.
Boston University Boston University, at Boston, Mass.; coeducational; founded 1839, chartered 1869, first baccalaureate granted 1871. It is composed of 16 schools and colleges.
Sutton: Stephanie N. Kotseas.
Bucknell University Bucknell University (bŭknĕl`), at Lewisburg, Pa.; coeducational; founded 1846 as the Univ. of Lewisburg. Its present name was adopted in 1886. Bucknell has a college of arts and sciences and a college of engineering.
North Brookfield North Brookfield is the name of some places in the United States.
Westboro: Christopher S. Hennings.
Coastal Carolina University
Shrewsbury: Amy F. Adair and Kristen E. Pasquale.
Sterling: Carly E. Smith
Westminster: Elizabeth Ryan Elizabeth Montague Ryan (February 8 1892 – July 8 1979) was an American tennis player who lived most of her life in the United Kingdom. Ryan won 30 Grand Slam titles. .
Worcester: John R. Cozza.
Colby-Sawyer College Colby-Sawyer College is a small, liberal arts college situated on 190 grassy acres in picturesque New London, New Hampshire which abuts Lake Sunapee, Pleasant Lake and Little Sunapee Lake. It was founded as a coeducational academy in 1837.
Dudley: Colin N. Bellavance.
Dickinson College Dickinson College, at Carlisle, Pa.; coeducational; Methodist; founded 1773 as The Grammar School, chartered and opened as Dickinson College 1783. It was named for John Dickinson.
Fitchburg: Danielle C. Godjikian.
Westboro: Leslie S. Ebbighausen and Victoria D. Savage.
Franklin & Marshall College
Fitchburg: Ronald Bogdasarian.
Hamilton College Hamilton College, at Clinton, N.Y.; coeducational; founded 1793 by Samuel Kirkland as Hamilton-Oneida Academy, chartered 1812 as Hamilton College. It was named for Alexander Hamilton. Originally a men's college, the school began admitting women in 1979.
Worcester: Michael Barresi and Cassie Sullivan.
Lasell College History
The college was founded in 1851 as the Auburndale Female Seminary, a two-year college for women. During the college's first semester, founder Edward Lasell died of typhoid fever and the school was renamed Lasell Female Seminary.
Worcester: Seta Derderian, Davis Grasso, Jr. and Ryan Holohan.
Lebanon Valley College History
Lebanon Valley was founded on February 23, 1866, with classes beginning May 7 of that year and its first class graduating in 1870. Expenses at this time for a full year were $206.50 and remained relatively unchanged for the next 50 years.
Auburn: Andrew J. Murphy.
Douglas: Spenser L. Jarret.
West Boylston: Allison M. Barry.
Worcester: Brendon P. Budnes, James D. Foley James D. Foley is a professor in the College of Computing and College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. He is perhaps best known as the co-author of several widely-used textbooks in the field of computer graphics, of which over 300,000 , Jennifer A. Rousseau and Ryan W. Scholl.
Messiah College Messiah College is a Christian liberal arts college of the liberal and applied arts and sciences with approximately 3,000 undergraduate students in over 60 majors/courses of study, located in the rolling hills of south central Pennsylvania in the United States.
Northbridge: Kellsie Ebbeling.
West Boylston: Christine Cardogno.
Bolton: Alec Palmer.
Southboro: Kelsey Lindholm.
Saint Joseph College
Leicester: Maureen Sullivan.
Sutton: Karin Edwards.
Uxbridge: Marjorie DeSisto.
Winchendon: Theresa Botti Raphael Jose Botti (born February 23, 1981) simply known as Botti, is a Brazilian professional footballer. He plays as a midfilder for Vissel Kobe.
Botti is a hard-working and talented player who may not get on the scoresheet too often – just 14 times in his five years .
St. Lawrence University St. Lawrence University is a private, four-year liberal arts college located in the village of Canton in Saint Lawrence County, New York. Founded in 1856, it is the oldest coeducational university in the state of New York.
Shrewsbury: Mark A. Mooradian and Michael A. Syslo.
Paxton: Mallory A. Malkasian.
Holden: Megan V. Murphy.
Shrewsbury: Kaitlyn E. French.
Lincoln University of Missouri
Lincoln University of Missouri is located in Jefferson City, Missouri.
Worcester: Harold Ntiamoah.
Fitchburg: Sarah Garretson, Julie Lantry, Kellyanne Lavorati, Tully Lee and Benjamin Roy.
Leominster: Mayra Heredia, Kimberly Kiser and Lindsey Wolferseder.
Westminster: Kathryn Barnard and Megan Mehegan.
Shrewsbury: Andrew E. Reich.
Quinsigamond Community College Quinsigamond Community College (colloq: QCC, Quinsig) is a public, two-year academic institution located in Worcester, Massachusetts. A commuter school, the college currently has an enrollment of 7,000 students in its Associate's degree and its certification programs.
Ashburnham: Carol Healey.
Ashby: Lesley Bergquist.
Athol: Kayla Judd.
Auburn: James Bacon, Sheryl Beauregard, Myles Burke, Anthony Chromey, Casey Clouthier, Sarah Fenlon, Melanie Filippelli, Joshua Hume, Andrew Lund, Kristen Malley, Jack Mulligan mul·li·gan
A golf shot not tallied against the score, granted in informal play after a poor shot especially from the tee.
[Probably from the name Mulligan.]
Noun 1. , Jennifer Muzzy muz·zy
adj. muz·zi·er, muz·zi·est
1. Mentally confused; muddled.
2. Blurred; indistinct.
[Origin unknown. , Heidi Pechie, Erin Renihan, Dakota Ricardo, Anthony Richards, Jason Richardson, Nicole Smith, Sheila Tucker and Kostika Vangjeli.
Barre: Cecilia Duque.
Blackstone: Robert Finch and Craig Landry.
Boylston: Matthew Fuller, Krista Hamilton, Judi McLaren, Thomas Seiler and Nathan Sevier.
Brimfield: Matthew Thompson.
Brookfield: Adam Barrett, Christopher Ross.
Charlton: Michelle Beauregard, Nichole Crocker, Richard Landry, Andrea Laprade and Nicole Stearns.
Cherry Valley: Sharon Pickeral.
Clinton: Kenton Brister, Jeffrey Croak, Luis Ramos, Amanda Ribeiro and Carree Villeneuve.
Douglas: Bitar Armanious, Kimberly Carroll, Anais Dakin, Tarah Havalotti, Kiani Kasper, Neal Makowski and Tayler Smith.
Dudley: Rebecka Guerin, Ronald Oleski, Jennifer Plasse, Megan Sullivan and Brian Walker.
East Brookfield: David Couture and Carl Rasmussen.
Fitchburg: Elise Bowne, Chad Courtemanche and Othmane Rifki.
Gardner: Michelle Raymond.
Grafton: Sarah Demers, Angela Erickson, Katherine Graver, Amanda Laraia, Mary Lennon, Kellie Nash, Anna O'Connor, Kyle Polselli and Ryan Vogel.
Holden: Casey Baker, Gregory Caswell, Randall Cole, Meghan Curtin, Timothy Dodd, Bethany Eddy, Adrianna Gonzalez, Melissa Gross, Emma Harkins, Jesse Ritchie, Amy Slocum and Lisa Yasko.
Holland: Emily Morissette, Lauren Sacerdote and Kate Swalec.
Hopedale: Jeanette Swan.
Hubbardston: Benjamin Poirier and Steffan Welch.
Hudson: Armindo Andrade, Lawrence Gitau, Dondrae May and Jennifer McHugh.
Jefferson: Britni Browning, Emily Kupstas, Christopher Monroe, Derek Nylen and Evan Parker.
Lancaster: Leah Santangelo.
Leicester: Bryan Belmore, Stephanie Johnson, Krystal Norman and Jacob Orth.
Leominster: Daniel Dow, Manuel Rodgers, William Seuss, Robert St. Onge and Michelle Wilgus.
Lunenburg: Mark Arnold.
Marlboro: Amy Bradley, Paulo Costa, Luis Diaz, Staci Feeney, Lola Freitas, Jazmin Hernandez, Kofi-Okyere Manu-Tawiah, Shana Sanders, Evan Taylor, Shannon Veinot andEnio Ximenes.
Mendon: David Durant, Brian Tetreault and Nathan Tetreault.
Milford: Lydia Gomes, Alicen Hutcheson and Kimberly Martino.
Millbury: Christopher Alt, Briana Boria, Lauren Gjeltema, Lynzi Hollis, Jennie Johanson, Ginger Otten and Patrick West.
Millville: Kristen Robinson and Angela Todaro.
New Braintree: Joseph Howe.
North Brookfield: Samuel Dubrino and Ali Rei.
Northboro: Michael Bonner, Kelsey Forsberg, Jun He, Brian LeBlanc, Corey Phelps and John Reardon.
Northbridge: James Calzini.
Oakham: Wendy Sandman Sandman
induces sleep by sprinkling sand in children’s eyes. [Folklore: Brewer Dictionary, 966]
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Sandman - The DoD requirements that led to APSE. .
Oxford: Thomas Friend, Raymond Hanson, Jessica Martinelli, Melissa Paldino, Britney Pellerin, Daniel Prunier, David Shoblom and Clay Taylor.
Paxton: Allison McGrath, Kayla Prunier, Jordyn Trifilo and Christina Whalen.
Plainfield: Joshua Shearer.
Princeton: Joshua Aquafresca.
Randolph: Tuan Nguyen.
Rochdale: Breana Mahan.
Rutland: Alexandra Brockway, Karen Head, Karen Speroni and Jessalin Strait.
Shrewsbury: Michael Brosnahan, Terence Chapin, Eric Connolly, Chelsea D'Urso, Carmel Denis Denis, king of Portugal: see Diniz. , Lisa Dumont, Lisa Federici, Timothy Ford, Benjamin Gerber, Timothy Ludy, Anila Manda, Kristopher Neisz, Anthony Quarta, Michael Repasy, Kimberly Ryan, Anna Rydelek, Tyler Stratton, Lisa Taricco and James Tonelli.
Southbridge: Shazia Bi, Jennifer Carr, Darci Carter, Christopher Garon, Thomas Gormally, Robert Smalser, Tyra Taylor and Anarae Zebryk.
Spencer: Jason Beauchene, Roland Huard, Jason Luce, Karen Milott and Michael Shanley.
Sterling: Katherine Busky, Timothy Corbett, Kevin Farr, Robert Lanciani and Katelynn Morrow.
Sturbridge: Joshua Cloutier, Sarah Curboy, Jennifer Gould, Rebecca Howard and Arlene Ireland.
Sutton: Marc Guild, Joseph Lavallee, Giac Nuon and Christopher Schleper.
Thompson: Elisabeth Desilet.
Upton: Stephany Baldelli and Kimberly Mulcahy.
Uxbridge: Meagan Grant, Sharon Marley, Robert Russell and Deborah Sawyer.
Wales Wales, Welsh Cymru, western peninsula and political division (principality) of Great Britain (1991 pop. 2,798,200), 8,016 sq mi (20,761 sq km), west of England; politically united with England since 1536. The capital is Cardiff. : Derick Brown, Taylor Tooley and Thomas Veroneau.
Webster: Laura Arvedon, Laura Cowdell, Dominique Dufresne, Annaleisa Hackenson, Mark Huberdault, Michael Lee, Larry Mann, Andrew Masley, Maria Maury, Brian Nault, Anthony Pepe and Maciej Wojcik.
West Boylston: Matthew Gonyea, Ellyn Saposnik and Brian Walker.
West Brookfield: Doris Gianfriddo, Emily Laviolette and Dawn Santos.
Westboro: Diana Bucaro, Brooke Hagenbuch, Somjita Sarkar Sarkar could mean:
Westminster: Mark Nelson.
Whitinsville: Kristin Branchaud, Paige Horn, Thomas Koser, David Morrow and Kara Kara (kär`ə), river, c.140 mi (230 km) long, NE European and NW Siberian Russia. It flows N from the N Urals into the Kara Sea, forming part of the traditional border between European and Asian Russia. It is navigable in its lower course. Rancourt.
Woonsocket: Udeme Okon.
Worcester: Mavis Akoto, Claire Allen, Denis Ansah, Kara Atkinson, Matilda Atuquayfio, Marco Avalos, Brian Bandalewicz, Barbara Barry, Erin Beaton, David Belanger, Mark Belculfine, Emily Belton, Samuel Beluchukwu, Maria Beron, Micah Beshai, Emmanuel Boateng, Sylwia Bobinska, Asa Buck, Shamecia Burgess, Nicholas.. Caporelli, Luiz Capuci, Pamela Carrier, Allen Chamberland, Olla Chas, Ericka Cobos, Kathleen Colonna, Denyse Corio, Derek Corriveau, Julie Cosenza, Matthew Cunsolo, Nina Darling, Irina Davydova, Colleen DePina, Holly DeSha, Thu-Thuy Do, Timmy Doan, Gayan Don Amarasinghe, Donnie Doughty dough·ty
adj. dough·ti·er, dough·ti·est
Marked by stouthearted courage; brave.
[Middle English, from Old English dohtig; see dheugh- in Indo-European roots. , Frederick Duodu, Maliki Durant, Jennifer Durecut, Soraya Eller, Christopher Enman, Alison Fallon, George Gacheru Kinuthia, Daniel Gawrych, Karen Geddes, Alexandra Gilles, Kimberly Graves, Bryan Gregoire, Christopher Grilli, Rachel Hatzberger, Jennifer Havey, Gerald Hovenanian, Joseph Hughes, Khuong Huynh, Juliana Ismail, Jessica Jacob, Marin Jano, Emmanuel Kamto Kodjou, Michael Kangas, Irma Karpaviciute, Joseph Keddy, Deborah Kobierski-Gallimore, Savas Kosmidis, Anatoli Krivitski, Krystal LaPierre, Eric Laramie, Rhianyn LeChasseur, Sarah Letourneau, Rosemary Lopez, Tara Lopriore, Adam Malek, Richard Marczewski, Joseph McCann, Belinda McDonald, Sydney McKaye, Alexandria McMullen, Crystalyn McTigue, Joseph Miller-Hall, Brianne Mitchell, Shirley Montoya, Andrew Morgan, Loan Ngo, Binh Nguyen, Hoa Nguyen, Nam Nguyen, Trung Nguyen, Loan Nhan, Laura Novoa, Sophia Nuamah, Dylan O'Sullivan, Michael Oftring, Clarence Oliver, Bossman Owusu, Cameron Parke, Anthony Pasquale, Michael Pecora, Cherelle Perry, Charles Poku-Mensah, Emily Poulos, Tara Preston, Katrina Quinn, Lady Renteria, Erin Roache, Michael Rossetti, Adam Royce, David Runyan, Denise Sangenario, Arbana Sanxhaku, Andrew Sarpong, Daniel Sempeta, Kellie Sheehan, Lyndsy Skiest, Adam Smith, Vanessa Smith, Jenna Soper, Pamela Stanikmas, Tonia Staples, Erin Stomski, Marie Taoukdjian, Stephen Testa, Phuc Tran, Phuong Truong, Eric Tsai, Edwin Valentin, Anoop Vig, Celeste Celeste is a woman's first name. Celeste may also refer to:
University of Hartford
Douglas: Kara D. Boucher.
Hubbardston: Danielle C. Guilbault.
Jefferson: Gregory D. Wilfrid.
Oxford: Brad P. Deschenes.
Rutland: Rebecca L. Eaton.
Southbridge: Marley S. Lanctot.
Sutton: Samuel B. Groves and Melissa M. Pelletier.
Worcester: Alexandria Hubbard and Sarah A. Whittall.
HONORS AND AWARDS
21st Century Leaders Award
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Northboro: Robert House
Crown and Shield Awards
Shrewsbury: Daniel P. Meunier.
Franklin: Melissa E. Nally
Class of 1916 Cup
Worcester: Cary Malkiewich.
South Kent School
Sutton: Daniel Pelletier
Vincent J. Mara Award for Excellence in College Teaching
Fitchburg State College
Lunenburg: Christine Cosgrove.