The University of New England has announced Dean’s List academic honors for the Spring 2018 semester. FILE PHOTO

BIDDEFORD — The University of New England has announced its Dean’s List of top academic performers for the 2018 spring semester.

Dean’s List students have attained a grade point average of 3.3 or better out of a possible 4.0 at the end of the semester.

Local students achieving this distinction are:


Benjamin Martin


Kathryn Nagy and Alexandrea Staples


Kaeleigh Harrison and Hannah Smith


Laura Galvin, Phuong Lu, Chad Rumney and Jordan White


Mackenzie Anderson, Jacob Blanchard, Kyle Borges, Emma Chabot, Hayley Chute, Elliott Comeau, Joseph Curit, Austin Dutremble, Darcy Fisher, Jake Gagne, Rebekah Guay, Julianna Guilmartin, Peyton Janelle, Stephen Johnson, LaMia LaFlamme, Destiny Martin, Kaitlin Miniutti, Alexandra Morse,             Cynthia Mosher, Arianna Paul, Alexandria Quigley, Brea Rivard, Dalani Roy, Olivia Scott, Charlotte St. Louis, Nicole St. Louis, Trevor Therrien, Kassidy Towne, Jessica White, Owen Williams, Ellen Wise and Phoiphailin Young.


Deanna Brown, Brianna Gower, Courtney Reynolds, Holley Sirois and Corey Young.

Cape Neddick

Elise Bartlett, Kirsten Dwight and April St. Pierre.

East Waterboro

Katherine Petrin, Matthew Prokey and Holly Tumiel.


Bailey Banville, Korinne Bohunsky, Emma MacDonald, Lydia McIntire, Olivia Mondene, Macy Morrison, Jillian Robillard and Samantha Waters.

Hollis Center

Alecia Steidler, Drake Stinson and Reilly Staples.


Steven Anastas, Donovan Connor, Adrienne Dumas, Emily Ferrick, Megan Hall, Zander Kosmala, Alissa Kruszenski, Madison Lux, Emily Rickert, Katharina Roese, Elizabeth Sprague, Matthew Sprague and Paige Van Deinse.


Sarah Couture, Nicole Ingram, Tori Kitchens, Patrick Saunders, Samantha Smith, Natasha Staples, Mary Elizabeth Warlick and Lilly Wolff.


Marissa Smith

Kittery Point

Rachel Potter


Kyle Sillon


Austin Flanigan and Jason Harmon


Spencer Bourassa, Caitlin DeWitt, Hope Dubois, Jolena Lampron, Olivia Madore, Nathan Metayer and Hope Saucier.


Kassandra Batchelder and Owen Berry

North Waterboro

Jesse Hall and Rebecca Zakorchemny

Old Orchard Beach

Joelle Cassidy, Emilie Chard, Megan Clarenbach, Kellan Corbett, Amber Cusson and Jennifer Marcoux.


Kara Singleton

South Berwick

Julia Lord


Zachary Archer, Kaylee Blake, Amanda Burke, Jennifer Chretien, Erin Conklin, Kailey Dubuque, Ebony Dukes, Daniel Giroux, Samantha Grela, Sarah Henry,   Brandon Higgins, Kwonduk Jung, Lesley Lafland, Madison Lawlor, Brian Martin, Lindsey McCaffrey, Jacqueline Parent, Nicole Patterson, Jacqueline Price,     Glenn Rose and Bailey Tremblay.


Annie Beauregard, Mikenzie Dwyer, Emma Graves, Elizabeth Hansen, Vanessa Hodge, Castine King, Audrie Langlais, Sydney Littlefield, Shane Pelletier,             Cassidy Sirois, Nina Tekelenburg, Sarah Titcomb, Colby Williams, and Connor Yuill.


Monica Hodgkin and Karlie Pike

South Berwick

Nicholas Dalecki, Dylan Gagner, Heather Carver, Gregory Ouellette and Emma Teague.


Emily Wasina


Michelle Desjardins, Kayla Looper, Emily Mott, Richard Patnaude and Kayla Woodward.


Alexa Ayoub, Brittany Catling, Victoria Churchill, Isabel Goodwin, Kaela Kee and Hannah Murray.

The University of New England is Maine’s largest private university, featuring two distinctive campuses in Maine, a vibrant campus in Tangier, Morocco, and an array of innovative offerings online. Its hands-on, experiential approach empowers students to join the next generation of leaders in their chosen fields. UNE is home to Maine’s only medical and dental colleges, a variety of other interprofessionally aligned health care programs, and nationally recognized degree paths in the marine sciences, the natural and social sciences, business, the humanities and the arts.

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