Ackerman named to dean’s list
SUNY Morrisville recently announced that Shyanne Ackerman, of Bath, was named to the dean’s list for the fall 2022 semester. To be named to the dean’s list, a student must achieve a 3.0 to 3.99 GPA for the semester and complete 12 credit hours.
SUNY Morrisville’s curricula are enriched with applied learning and pave the way for opportunity at both the Morrisville and Norwich campuses. An action-oriented, interactive learning lab, the college is a national leader in technology and has been lauded for its exemplary, innovative and effective community service programs.
Mississippi State University
Christein earns president’s list
Collin Christein, of Northampton, was named to Mississippi State University’s fall 2022 president’s list. Christein was among 4,174 students named to this honor. Students on the president’s list achieved a 3.80 or better GPA, based on a 4.0 scale, while completing at least 12 semester hours of course work with no incomplete grades or grades lower than a C.
Mississippi State University is a national STEM-focused, doctoral degree-granting, land-grant university offering a wide range of educational experiences for learning and growth to a diverse student body of approximately 23,000 students. Among the National Science Foundation’s Top 100 research universities, MSU provides access and opportunity to students from all 50 states and 86 countries. MSU is committed to its comprehensive research university mission, addressing complex local and global issues with innovative ideas and solutions.
Delaware Valley University
Dean’s list is announced
Students were honored for academic achievement by being named to the dean’s list for the fall 2022 semester at Delaware Valley University.
Bath: Jarod Pokorny
Northampton: Becca Snyder, Rebecca Vanblargan
Whitehall: Mary Jo Koch
Delaware Valley University is a private, comprehensive, nonprofit university educating students with a curriculum that emphasizes and requires experiential learning. Located in Doylestown, the university offers more than 25 undergraduate majors in life and physical sciences, business, the humanities and agricultural and environmental sciences; nine master’s degrees; and a doctorate in education. Founded in 1896, DelVal has been cited by the National Society for Experiential Education as having the country’s top experiential learning program, by Princeton Review as one of the best colleges in the Northeast and by College Factual as having one of the Top 20 animal science programs in the country.
Students named to dean’s list
Lehigh Carbon Community College has announced the students named to the dean’s list for the fall 2022 semester. Students with an academic GPA of at least 3.50 achieve this status.
Bath: Adela Nesimi
Catasauqua: Emily Abbott, Tricia Armbuster, Toni Canady, Maylea Cora, Jonathan Dweck, Esther Martinez, Jianna Negron, Daniel Popovic, Emily Rivera, Joseph Robinson, Michael Sauter, Tory Simmons, Bailey Witt and Tia Youwakim
Coplay: Elias Azar, Kevin Baur, Mayely Betances Almanzar, Kindra Defrancisco, Evan Diem, Stephen Frang, Tho Herb, Aidan Jacoby, Kevin Keppel, Amanda Klotz, Sarah Knappenberger, Ellysa Nichols, Lieu Phung, Kristen Saylor, Erin Soldridge and Emily Williams
Northampton: Elliott Centeno
Walnutport: Heather Doll, Alexandria Haas, Ashley Heffner, Paige Johannsmeier, Falisha Jones and Kaylee Wilk
Whitehall: Grace Abreu, Sarah Al-Bajali, Raegan Altemose, Andrew Barrersi, Cheyanne Beaumont, Anjeza Bozali, Beyonce Bravo, Rowen Bringenberg, Poi Brown, Greichca Cadiz, Marjorie Dominguez,, Alexander Eddinger, Genevieve Eddinger, Lizamarilys Escobar Figueroa, Michael Eshak, Ryan Eskaf, Rachel Focht, Zachary Frana, Jessica Frank, Diane Galetti, Allison Gerancher, Miranda Gunkle, Jandell Guzman, Nayeli Guzman, Diana Hazim, Elizabeth Hernandez, Kjirsten Hess, Hannah Hoy, Laura Jimenez, Kim Kee, Julie Keith, Amya Klingel, Kortney Kunkle, Hanady Labbadia, Amanda Lahue, Colin Martucci, Virginia Medina, Candice Messinger, Melinda Millard, Madeline Motsko, Denine Moyer, Nadin Najjar, Emmah Odonga, Reane Ouaddah, Kirsten Pinnock, Julissa Puente, Noel Quiles, Owen Redmond, Raydeniss Rosa Chelsea Rosario-Martinez, Kailyn Rothenberger, Zachary Schultz, Ciera Stuber, Nadia Tarsi, Tristen Tauber, Alexus Tewold, Nicholas Tran, Heather Wagner, Nicole Weil, Monet Wiggins, Theresa Williams, Tyler Wolfe, Steven Yacoub and Genieva Zick
East Stroudsburg University
Dean’s list is announced
A total of 1,257 students have been named to the dean’s list at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania for the fall 2022 semester of the 2022-23 academic year, according to Margaret Ball D.M.A., interim provost and vice president for academic affairs. Students eligible for this honor are those who have attained a 3.50 quality-point average or better and are enrolled full-time. The letter grade “B” earns three quality points per credit, and the grade “A” earns four quality points per credit.
Bath: Emma Kitts
Coplay: Nicole Klass
Catasauqua: Joseph Merkel
Danielsville: Madison Biechy
Northampton: Makayla Letourneau, Ashley Rolles, Wendy Setzer, Nathan Sherbafi
Walnutport: Abigail Mahle
Whitehall: Bryce Bashore, Jeleah McKenzie, Abdulrahman Ojulari-Sulyman, Alexandra Reinhard, Jacob Repsher, Anthony Saed, Jeremy Salabsky, Andrew Vega
East Stroudsburg University, one of the 14 institutions in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, opened in 1893 as East Stroudsburg Normal School. Today, ESU is a comprehensive university in northeastern Pennsylvania offering 58 undergraduate programs, 21 master’s programs and two doctoral programs. More than 5,000 students are enrolled for the high quality, affordable and accessible education ESU provides. Nearly 31,000 ESU alumni live in Pennsylvania.
Montclair State University
Dean’s list is announced
Katelyn Batista, of Whitehall, was among more than 6,000 students named to Montclair State University’s fall 2022 dean’s list. To qualify, students must earn a GPA of 3.5 or higher. Batista is a dance major.
Montclair State University is a research doctoral institution ranked in the top tier of national universities. Building on a distinguished history dating back to 1908, the university today has 10 colleges and schools that serve more than 21,000 undergraduate and graduate students with more than 300 doctoral, master’s and baccalaureate programs.