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Farmington, Unionville Students Named to Tunxis Dean's List

Dozens of local students achieve honor.

Tunxis Community College in Farmington has announced the names of those students who have qualified for the Dean’s List for the Fall 2012 semester. Students who have earned a GPA of 3.4 or higher during the semester are eligible for this academic honor. 

From health, human services and technology to liberal arts and sciences programs, Tunxis offers over 60 associate’s degrees and certificates, providing critical thinking and problem-solving skills that prepare students for transfer to bachelor’s degree programs and employment in areas with industry need.  

Farmington 

  Zachary Apruzzese

  Evan Baily

  Matthew Bengtson

  Sarah Berlandy

  Amber Berthod

  Linda Boettger

  Bianca Borges

  Kevin Cabelus

  Andrea Carvajal

  Caroline Dorman

  David Dubay

  Sergey Erlikh

  Jennifer Frothingham

  Rachael Gasperini

  Crystal Gelinas

  Mary Grattan

  Mary Grouten

  Alena Karaliova

  Gabriel Khan

  Mi Kyeong Lee

  Fernando Macaro

  Leonardo Martinez

  Jordan McGovern

  Nisha Modha

  Chantelle Morin

  Jenna Ninneman

  Joanna Pachocka

  Heddy Panik

  Froncesca Parker

  Samuel Peluso

  Jessica Phelps

  Saimir Qyteza

  Haroon Rafik

  Susan Renert

  Michael Rist

  Matteo Rubino

  Forest Saebi

  Corina Scagliola

  Robert Simeone

  Marisa Spineti

  Robert Staff

  Jesse Wasserman

  Christopher Wood

  Lihui Zhang

Unionville 

  Michelle Ambrosio

  Chelsea Benoit

  David Boles

  Sarah Driscoll

  Kimberly Dyer

  Karen Ferraro

  Tatyana Gurina

  Lindita Hida

  Elaine Hoffman

  Kiran Ishaq

  Thomas Kickham

  Caitlyn Logan

  Matthew McAllister

  Jessica Mercadante

  Mary Miller

  Carl Murawski

  Katie Newcombe

  April Raymond

  Adam Sahlin

  Lisa Sgamboti

  Joshua Wedge

  Andrew Welna II

  Hsiao-Hui Yang

John Vibert January 20, 2013 at 04:12 PM
Congratulations to all of these students. Their hard work is spotlighted by excellent grades. It is also good to see the local college helping so many locals.

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