March 12, 2012

College Notes

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University of Maine, Machias: Darlene Rollins, Livermore; Patricia Henges and Veronica Leblanc, both of Livermore Falls; Teresa McKearney, Brunswick; Melissa Skahan, Cumberland; Sandra Campbell, Freeport; Jennifer Dow and Mark Jochem, both of Scarborough; Heather Cyr, Farmington; Evan Frace, Owls Head; Roisin Butler, Katrina Coakley,  Melissa Maker and Jamacan Penney, all of Rockland; Jessica Gerrish, Tenants Harbor; Sherilyn Callahan, Thomaston; Sarah Lazaro, Vinalhaven; Kim Meuse, Newcastle; Susanna Norwood-Burns, Nobleboro; Melissa Ambridge, Zachariah Armstrong, Charlotte Dixon and Brian Smalley, all of Waldoboro; Marsha Brown, Wiscasset; Melissa Hailand Van Lieu, Dixfield; Deidre Gilbert, Rumford; Courtney O’Brien and Kayleigh Rolfe, both of Bath; Vanessa Fitch, Phippsburg; Tyler Pelletier, Topsham; Matthew Brackley, West Bath; Eryn Presby, Woolwich; Breanna Pinkham and Catherine Richardson, both of Belfast; Melissa Duarte, Berwick; Marianne Rines, Biddeford; Katherine Soule, Eliot; Megan Murray, Kennebunk; Shana Russell, North Waterboro; Kimberly Bastille, Emma Day, Brad Jordan, Hydie Knuckles, Ashley Landry and Mary-Ann Thomas, all of Saco.

University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss.: Linda Harrison, Kennebunk.

University of Mount Union, Alliance, Ohio: Krissinda Palmer, Brunswick

University of New England, Biddeford and Portland: Mackinleigh Isherwood, Portland; Kerri Grant and Sarah Mynahan, both of Cumberland; Kathleen Labbe, Biddeford;  Kyle Cunningham, Standish;
Worcester, Mass., Polytechnic Institute: Mariel VanAtta, Standish.


The Manufacturers Association of Maine (MAMe) has announced that Richard McGrath of Wiscasset, is the first student in Maine to receive an Engineering Masters Level certificate from the University of Maine for continuing professional development in Stress Analysis, Thermodynamics, Dynamics, Aerodynamics, Flight Control, Minor in Aerospace Engineering with honors. McGrath was recently honored at the Maine Aerospace Alliance (MEAA) forum attended by Maine aerospace manufacturers and alliance members.

Saint Michael’s College, Colchester, Vt.: Nickolaus Willard of North Waterboro has been named to the college’s chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon, the national economics honor society.

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