Kali Alise Santarpia, a junior in the Honors College at Towson University earned Deanâs List Honors for the Spring Semester. She is the recipient of the Towson University Provost Scholarship recognizing the undergraduate with outstanding academic and civic potential. Majoring in Gerontology, she is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and was named to the 2005-2006 National Deanâs List, honoring the top one half of one percent of undergraduates from the nation. She was inducted into the prestigious Sigma Phi Omega Honor Society, which recognizes the countryâs top gerontology undergraduates. Kali was inducted into the Golden Key International Honor Society for her outstanding academic success at Towson.
Michael Compagnoni was named to the Albion College Deanâs List at the completion of the spring 2005 semester. Michael is a first year student majoring in political science and is a member of the Gerald R Ford Institute for Public Policy and Service.
Daniel Henry was recently presented with an EVVY Award from Emerson College for Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Design. Dan graduated with a BFA from Emerson College on May 16. He plans to continue his studies at Carnegie Mellon University, pursuing a MFA in Lighting Design.
Jessica Adams, Brid Craddock, Patricia Kovacs, Laurie Miller, Kathleen Pritchett and Karen Skiba graduated from Naugatuck Valley Community College on May 26.
John Butera received a CAS in Educational Administration from the State University of New York on May 20.
Caitlin Capon received a Bachelor of Science degree in Counseling and Human Services from the University of Scranton on May 20. Caitlin will begin a year of service for the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Sacramento at a K-6 school in August.
Scott Vollmer received his Bachelor of Art degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management from Johnson State College on May 14.
Amichai Kilchevsky received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Middlebury College after his mid year completion of undergraduate studies on March 1. Majoring in International Politics and Economy, Kilchevskyâs plans for the future include attending George Washington University Medical School starting in September.
Susan Cacioppo, Christopher Carbone, Wendy Fuller, Dimitrios Koutmos and Johann Thorsson graduated from Fairfield University on May 22.
Todd Anthony Palo graduated Cum Laude with a degree in History, Government and Law from Lafayette College on May 21.
Amanda LaPorta received high honors for the fourth marking period at Canterbury School. Mathieu de Brantes, Meridith Palo, Kyle Ekstrom, Scott Grant and Alexander Caruso attained honor roll status at the school.