USM recognizes
scholarship students

PORTLAND — The following USM students from Portland were awarded scholarships for 2009-2010 academic year: Marion Josephine Acheson, a nursing student, was awarded the Mabel G. Skillin Nursing Scholarship and the Anthem Outstanding Academic Achievement Scholarship; Crystal Betters, a nursing student, was awarded the Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield Nursing Scholarship; Kyle Allen Jongerden, an education student, was awarded the Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarship; Kayla Methot, a nursing student, was awarded the Dr. Robert H. McRea Jr. Memorial Scholarship.

Mitchell Institute
awards scholarships

PORTLAND — The Senator George J. Mitchell Scholarship Research Institute has selected three students from Portland as 2009 Mitchell Scholars.

Catherine Farsaci of Casco Bay High School and Igor Radosavljevic of Portland High School were among the 130 Maine high school students to receive the scholarship.

Nattakul Vivattanakulpanit, of Deering High School, was named a 2009 Mitchell Scholar and was one of five recipients awarded of the Unum Stephen B. Center Diversity Leadership Award.

Spring Semester Dean’s List

Ashley M. Saleeba, The University of Connecticut; Adam Creutz, University of Maine at Augusta; Alicia Adams, Jason Allshouse, Lindsey Barton, Katie Corbett, Kaisha Dunne, Melinda Earley, Laura Higgins, Elizabeth Kelley, Starr Soul, University of Maine at Farmington; Michael Methot, Florida Gulf Coast University; Dominic Virginio, Thomas College; Jordan Place, University of New England -Biddeford; Alexander Arthur, SUNY Cortland; Kevin Flynn, Choul Ngoal, Katelyn Call, Jordan O’Donal, Samantha Quattrucci, Anthony Savino, Saint Joseph’s College of Maine; Alexander Casparius, American Internation College; Ashley Garland, Stonehill College; Jennifer Chau, Stephanie Gelinas, Bryant University; Chelsea Johnson, Rachel Levy, Anders Nielsen, Adam Sleeper, Shuang Song, Susanna Sprague, Connecticut College; Christopher Garafola, Jake Larman, Elizabeth Mcelhinney, Bronwyn Potthoff, University of Vermont; Kathleen Casasa-Blouin, Echo Presgraves of Peaks Island, St. Mary’s College of Maryland.


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