Tri-Town College Graduates & Awards

Claire Martin, daughter of Beth and Louis Martin of Mattapoisett, was named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2013 semester at Saint Michael’s College. Martin is a senior Media Studies & Digital Arts major.

Chloe Charette, from Mattapoisett, graduated from Villanova University with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.

Stonehill College recently named Mattapoisett resident Taylor Matthews, a member of the Class of 2014, to its Dean’s List for the Spring 2013 semester.

Alex Gardner Cordeiro of Marion graduated with a degree in Anthropology from James Madison University.

William Hall of Mattapoisett graduated from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

Madeleine West of Mattapoisett has been named to the high honor roll for the spring term at Pomfret School.

Daniel Dias of Marion earned a Master’s of Education in Psychology at Springfield College.

The following area residents have been named to the Dean’s List at Providence College for the Spring 2013 semester: Haley Frade of Marion, Class of 2015; Anna Goulart of Mattapoisett, Class of 2016; Madison Lees of Mattapoisett, Class of 2015

Meredith Reynolds of Marion graduated from Colby College receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Physics

Bradley Ellis, a junior in Marketing from Mattapoisett and David Lash, a senior in Actuarial Mathematics from Marion, made the Dean’s List at Bryant University.

Kaitlin Clark of Mattapoisett has earned Highest Honors for the spring semester of the 2012-13 academic year at the University of New Hampshire.

Meghan Reynolds graduated Cum Laude with a degree in Mathematics from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester. She was also named to the Dean’s list for the spring semester.

Meredith Reynolds graduated with distinction in major from Colby College in Waterville. She earned degrees in Physics and Chemistry. She was also named to the Dean’s list for the spring semester.

Area students named to UMass-Dartmouth Spring 2013 Chancellor’s List:

Mattapoisett: Tabitha Foulk, Olivia Gauvin, Matthew King, Kaitlyn Kocur, Allison McGlynn, Megan Merlo, Patrick O’Neil.

            Rochester: Margaret Giddings, Katherine Hartley, Nathan Murphy, Melissa Rigby, Amanda Stubbs.

Marion: Jerelle Jesse, Trina-Noie Jones-Rudolph, Caileigh Stearns.

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  1. Greg Richardson says:

    Sandra Micelotta was a recent recipient of The Michelle E. Richardson Memorial Scholarship at Bentley University.

    Michelle graduated from ORR in 1895 and was attending Bentley University when she was killed by a drunk driver in the fall of 1986.

    The endowed scholarship is given first to students from the towns of Mattapoisett, Marion or Rochester serving ORR, as well as students graduating from Tabor Academy in Marion. If no one from the above towns is eligible, then students from Bristol or Plymouth counties will be considered for the award.

    Sandra graduated with a major in Marketing and a liberal studies concentration in Global Perspectives. This was Sandra’s second year receiving Michelle’s memorial scholarship.

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