Reynolds named to Dean's List dean's list
n. pl. deans' lists
A list of students in a high school, college, or university who have attained high academic rank.
HOLDEN - Keith Reynolds of Holden has been named to the Dean's List for the 2009 spring semester in Villanova University's School of Business (Villanova, Pa.). Reynolds is a freshman.
Every year, students with established outstanding academic records are honored by the dean of each college. To qualify for the Dean's List in the Villanova School of Business, a student must be a matriculated full-time student Full-Time Student
A status that is important for determining dependency exemptions. An individual enrolled in a post-secondary institution may be eligible for certain tax breaks.
The full-time status is based on what the individual's school considers full time. and earn a semester grade point average of 3.5, with no missing or nonpassing grades.
Villanova University Villanova University (vĭl'ənō`və), at Villanova, Pa., near Philadelphia; Roman Catholic; est. 1842 as a men's school, coeducational since 1967. , a co-educational Roman Catholic institution, was founded by the Order of Saint Augustine Saint Augustine (sānt ô`gəstēn), city (1990 pop. 11,692), seat of St. Johns co., NE Fla.; inc. 1824. Located on a peninsula between the Matanzas and San Sebastian rivers, it is separated from the Atlantic Ocean by Anastasia Island; in 1842.
Cichon Named to Dean's List
PRINCETON - Morgan Cichon of Princeton, daughter of Dr. Edward J. Cichon and Dr. Debra J. Trantolo of Princeton, was named to the Dean's List of Emory College Emory College may refer to:
- Emory College, an academic division of Emory University located in DeKalb County, Georgia, USA, in the Atlanta area.
- Oxford College of Emory University, a two-year residential college of Emory University located in Oxford, Georgia, USA.
Students must be in the top 20 percent of Emory College or have approximately a 3.863 grade point average or higher to be named to the Dean's List.
Woman's Club awards honors
HOLDEN - At a recent meeting the Holden Woman's Club recognized Cherie Kerxhalli and Donna Cross as Persons of the Year and Shannon Delahanty as the scholarship recipient.
The honoreees were congratulated by Carol Prager, outgoing club president, and Mary Vargas, incoming club president.
Ms. Kerxhalli and Ms. Cross were commended for their extraordinary service to the public in the aftermath of the December ice storm. They remained at the Municipal Light Department for extended periods of time to assist citizens with questions and concerns. While all municipal employees did outstanding work during the crisis, their department head felt that their service was particularly significant.
Shannon was selected to receive the club's $2,000 scholarship because of her school achievements, her involvement in extracurricular activities and her involvement with the Best Buddies program. She plans to enter a master's degree program in education at Westfield State College WSC was founded in 1838 in Barre, Massachusetts as a normal school. WSC was the first coeducational normal school in the United States. Since the 1970's, the school has expanded its program to include criminal justice, mass communications, regional planning, political science, urban .
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|Publication:||Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA)|
|Date:||Jun 25, 2009|
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