Saint Joseph College Spring 2011 Dean’s List

Hard work paid off for several local students who made the grade.

Area residents have been named to the Saint Joseph College Dean’s List for the spring 2011 semester. Students who are awarded this academic achievement have earned a GPA of 3.50 or higher for the semester, with no grade lower than a "B."

Students by town include:

Deep River                Chelsea Chiappa

East Haddam             Lauren Hepp

Essex                        Kayla Lewis

Hadlyme                    Kirsty McNulty

Higganum                  Paige Baccaro

Higganum                  Francesca Mastria

Middlefield                Jessica Jones

Middletown               Alberto Gonzalez

Middletown               Evelyn Gonzalez

Middletown               Andrea Griffin

Middletown               Christina Mazzei

Middletown               Erika Walton

Old Lyme                 Olivia Abare-Brown

Rocky Hill                   Jillian Barry

Rocky Hill                   Meagan Beley-Finnemore

Rocky Hill                   Erica Cahill

Rocky Hill                   Valery Duvalsaint

Rocky Hill                   Anika Rehman

Rocky Hill                   Carolina Serje

Rocky Hill                   Christina Whitaker

Salem                        Moriah Gildart


Saint Joseph College, founded in 1932 by the Sisters of Mercy to provide higher education opportunities for women, is a comprehensive institution serving women from diverse backgrounds and religious traditions.  Responsive to the evolving educational needs of the community, the School of Graduate and Professional Studies also offers both women and men graduate degree programs in many fields, a Weekend Program for Adult Learners, professional certificate programs relevant to today’s workforce, and other continuing education opportunities.

In the fall of 2011, the Saint Joseph College School of Pharmacy, the first doctoral program in the College’s 78-year history, will open at Hartford 21 on Trumbull Street in downtown Hartford. (Saint Joseph College)


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