Jamestown student makes dean’s list
Michael Brendlinger was named to the dean’s list at Worcester Polytechnic Institute for the spring semester. The Jamestown resident is a junior majoring in robotics engineering. He was one of 1,340 undergraduates to meet the criteria.
Islanders earn college degrees
• Islander Spencer Alexander received his master’s degree in architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology. He previously received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Rochester.
• Jamestown resident Caleb Alexander received his white coat in veterinarian medicine from the University of Minnesota. He will spend the next year doing an externship in the Rhode Island area.
• Elizabeth Mansfield of Jamestown recently graduated summa cum laude from Rhode Island College with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Other islanders who graduated from Rhode Island College include Charles Matley III, who earned his bachelor’s degree, and Laura Goldstein, who earned a master’s degree in nursing.
• Islander Emily Falces graduated cum laude with a double major in music and mathematics from Mouth Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts. She received the Helen Blyth Hazen Music Prize for being the outstanding senior whose work integrated music history, theory and performance.
• Twenty-three Jamestown residents graduated from the University of Rhode Island. They were Mary Brennan, public administration; Andrew Bretti, kinesiology; Alexander Clarke, anthropology; Russell Dunn, pharmacy; Crystal Dymon, nursing; Brian McDevitt, psychology; Nolan McCaffrey, economics; Ryan McDermott, communications; Kate Moreau, marine affairs; Shannon Muldoon, speech-language pathology; Ian O’Dwyer, mathematics and secondary education; and William Reardon, marketing.
Also, Amy Ritter, nursing; Michael Robinson, anthropology; Allison Seelig, nursing; Nathan Seelig, mechanical engineering; Phillip Twombly, philosophy; Molly Welsh, environmental science; Courteny Westall, human development; Jeremy Wigton, communications and general business administration; Alyson Yeomans, human development; Jenny Morgan Zubof, political science; and Peter Zubof, political science.
Lawn students named to honor society
More than 20 students from Lawn Avenue School were recently named to the National Junior Honor Society. Students must have a GPA of at least 3.75 to qualify.
Seventh-graders honored were Noah Alves, Travis Atwood, Kaitlyn Brayman, Olivia Clarke, Caroline Crabtree, Matthew Freden, Emma MacIntyre, Joshua Neronha, Juliana Ruggieri, Alisa Smith, Honor Stackpole and Madison Tregenza.
Eighth-graders honored were Anna Goldsmith, Eliza Kallfelz, Emma Lennon, Jacob Maguire, Madison Maguire, Meghann Maguire, Annabelle O’Neill, Sophie Primiano, Josefina Ruggieri, Erica Smith, Bailey Thran, Camryn Wallace and Brooke Warner.