Students Named to Fall Deans’ Lists

Wilkes University

Jack Maline of Northport was named to the Dean’s List at Wilkes University for the fall semester 2019. To be named to the Dean’s List, students must obtain a minimum 3.5 grade point average and carry at least 12 credits.

McDaniel College

Jahnai’ Sands of Huntington Station (11746) has been recognized for outstanding academic achievement by being named to the McDaniel College Fall 2019 Dean’s List with Highest Honors.

Highest honors are earned for a semester grade point average of 3.90 or higher, high honors for a grade point average of 3.70-3.89, and honors for a 3.50-3.69 grade point average.

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University of Iowa

Emily Donigian, a University of Iowa student from Northport,  has been named to the Dean’s List for the recently-completed fall 2019 semester. Donigian’s major is Elementary Education in the UI’s College of Education.

Siena College

The following local students were named to Siena College’s Dean’s List for the Fall 2019 semester:

Kevin Donnelly of Huntington Station (11746)

Jenna Kaufman of Huntington (11743)

Founded in 1937, Siena College is a private, Catholic Franciscan, residential, liberal arts college with a student body of about 3,000. 

Clemson University

Students were named to the Dean’s List at Clemson University for the fall 2019 semester.

They are:

Ryan C. Boyle of Melville, whose major is Management

Gregg Hamilton Carlin Jr. of Cold Spring Harbor, whose major is Management

Julie Rose DeBiase of Deer Park, whose major is General Engineering

Abbey Nicole Dummler of Commack, whose major is Nursing

Allie F. Homer of Cold Spring Harbor, whose major is Psychology

Katelyn E. Lucas of Northport, whose major is Health Science

Anthony Joseph Naccarato of Cold Spring Harbor, whose major is Pre-Business

John Ryan Vavassis of Cold Spring Harbor, whose major is Pre-Business

Grace C. Waldhauer of Northport, whose major is Nursing

Matthew Mark Williams of Melville, whose major is Special Education

To be named to the Dean’s List, a student achieved a grade-point average between 3.50 and 3.99 on a 4.0 scale.

SUNY Oneonta

A total of 1,539 SUNY Oneonta students earned Dean’s List honors for the fall 2019 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must earn a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher while carrying a course load of 12 hours or more.

Jolie Anreder of Melville (11747)

Jacquelyn Austin of Commack (11725)

Steven Brandifino of Dix Hills (11746)

Catelyn Casey of Commack (11725)

James Ceparano of Melville (11747)

Michael Colon of Huntington (11743)

Kristen Conroy of Huntington Station (11746)

Leanne Corso of Commack (11725)

Shannon Decke of Melville (11747)

Nicole Droesch of Commack (11725)

Kaysie Francois of Huntington Station (11746)

Hannah Giambertone of Commack (11725)

Jacob Goldstein of Huntington Station (11746)

Christopher Gonzalez Engle of Huntington (11743)

Nicole Graziano of Melville (11747)

Gabrielle Guarnera of Huntington (11743)

Samantha Hall of Melville (11747)

Charles Hardwick of Huntington (11743)

Sara Harrison of Commack (11725)

Thomas Holly of Huntington (11743)

Jenna Holt of Huntington (11743)

Sophia Little of Northport (11768)

Sabrina Loewy of Melville (11747)

Isabella Marx of Dix Hills (11746)

Jenna Murphy of Commack (11725)

Emily Popp of Northport (11768)

Carly Resnick of Melville (11747)

Isaias Reyes of Huntington Station (11746)

Nicole Salvatore of Commack (11725)

Julia Sansolo of Dix Hills (11746)

Brent Scheinman of Dix Hills (11746)

Cecelia Shedlow of Huntington Station (11746)

Rahul Shivakumar of Melville (11747)

Domenica Spadoni of Dix Hills (11746)

Emma Sutkin of Melville (11747)

Clifford Sweezey of Huntington Station (11746)

Kelly Tenbus of Huntington (11743)

Autumn Thompson of Commack (11725)

Angela Todaro of Huntington (11743)

Victoria Varone of Commack (11725)

SUNY Oneonta is a public, four-year college in Central New York, enrolling about 6,000 students in a wide variety of bachelor’s degree programs and several graduate certificate and degree programs. The college is known as both an exemplary residential campus that values inclusion, service and sustainability, and a nurturing community where students grow intellectually, thrive socially and live purposefully. Visit

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