Graduations

Springfield, Mass., College: Peggy Moore, Freeport.

Saint Michael’s College, Colchester, Vt.: Madeleine Royal Cave, Thomaston.

 

Advance Degrees

Clarion, Pa., University: Florence Larson, York, master’s degree in library science.

 

Dean’s List

Assumption College, Worcester, Mass.: Ethan Ward, Raymond; Taylor Boyle, Wells; Graham Bartlett, Brunswick; Sean Daigle, Auburn.

Centre College, Danville, Ky.: Lena Alleva, South Berwick.

Champlain College, Burlington, Vt.: Emily Clemons, Brian Deerwester and David Lake, all of Yarmouth; Heather Ryder, Pownal; Daniel Chrobak, Kittery Point; Matthew Reevy and Samuel Mercer, both of Falmouth; Jonathan Ferretti, West Kennebunk; Ian Savage and John Moran, both of Limington; Kylie Dryzga, Scarborough; Sibyl Cunningham, Raymond; Maegan Katz, Casco; Jacob Horowitz, York Beach; Kevin Nickerson and Ellis Roakes, both of Lebanon; Matthew Kalicky, Portland; Nathan Hippern, Kittery; Charles Foote, Rockport; Chelsea Hutchings, York; Katherine MacColland and Jeremy Allmendinger, both of Cape Elizabeth.

Dean College, Franklin, Mass.: Alyssa Wheeler, Biddeford; Mariel Roy, Gorham.

Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic: Alexander Verrill, Hiram.

Fisher College, Boston: Jane Roberge, Scarborough; Anna Snow, Old Orchard Beach; Natalie Koenig, Durham; Elisabeth Harding, South Portland; Gina Dean, Portland; Elise Hodgdon, Norway.

Florida State University, Tallahassee: Patrick Boland, Cape Elizabeth.

Furman University, Greenville, S.C.: Daniel Collins, Falmouth.

New England College, Henniker, N.H.: Kelly Bilodeau, Biddeford; Christopher Marshall, Biddeford Pool.

Nichols College, Dudley, Mass.: Sean Smith-Vaughan, Cumberland Foreside; William Wescott, Westbrook.

 

Awards

University of Southern Maine: Abbigail Shirk of South Portland has been awarded the U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin Gilman International Scholarship for Study Abroad and will spend the spring semester in Jordan, studying Arabic and international relations.

Wellesley, Mass., College: Katie Judd of Brunswick has been named a fellow of the Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute for Global Affairs, which includes intensive study with international relations and public policy experts. She plans to spend the summer in Brazil on a college-funded internship.