Husson U. president’s list

The following area students have earned honors for the 2016 spring semester at Husson University, in Bangor. President’s list students carry at least 12 graded credit hours and earn a grade-point average of 3.80 to 4.0 during the period.

Hannah Ainslie, of Augusta, is a senior enrolled in the psychology program.
Erin Bolduc of Augusta, is a junior enrolled in the educational studies with a concentration in elementary education program.
Emily Bowers, of Augusta, is a sophomore enrolled in the nursing program.
Noah Gallagher, of Augusta, is a sophomore enrolled in the mass communications with a concentration in marketing communications program.
Shaun Gallagher, of Augusta, is a sophomore enrolled in the communications technology with a concentration in audio engineering program.
Aaron Haynes, of Augusta, is a sophomore enrolled in the communications technology with a concentration in live sound technology program.
Lauren Raymond of Augusta, is a senior enrolled in the healthcare studies and master of science in occupational therapy program.
Laurel Whipkey, of Augusta, is a senior enrolled in the kinesiology — human movement science and doctor of physical therapy program.
Morgan Clifford, of Brooks, is a junior enrolled in the kinesiology — human movement science and doctor of physical therapy program.
Hunter Belanger, of Chelsea, is a senior enrolled in the criminal justice program.
Lea Cone, of Chelsea, is a senior enrolled in the communications technology with a concentration in WebMedia program.
Danielle Lefebvre, of Freedom, is a senior enrolled in the business administration with a concentration in management and master of business administration program.
Tiffany Camire, of Madison, is a junior enrolled in the nursing program.
Victoria Mullin, of Madison, is a sophomore enrolled in the health sciences program.
Kirsten Wood, of Madison, is a junior enrolled in the kinesiology — human movement science and doctor of physical therapy program.
Sharlene Stanton, of Norridgewock, is a sophomore with an undeclared major.
Macy Mansir, of Sidney, is a sophomore enrolled in the kinesiology — human movement science and doctor of physical therapy program.
Hunter Clark, of Skowhegan, is a senior enrolled in the mass communications with a concentration in marketing communications program.
Natasha Thompson, of Skowhegan, is a senior enrolled in the sport management and master of business administration program.
Heather Lupo, of Smithfield, is a sophomore enrolled in the healthcare studies and master of science in occupational therapy program.
Hallee Breton, of South China, is a senior enrolled in the kinesiology — human movement science and doctor of physical therapy program.
Shayla Pillow, of South China, is a junior enrolled in the kinesiology — human movement science and doctor of physical therapy program.
Helen Roy, of South China, is a senior enrolled in the paralegal studies program.
Nicole Scharer, of South China, is a graduate student enrolled in the doctor of pharmacy program.
Sarah Stevens, of South China, is a senior enrolled in the business administration with a concentration in financial management and master of business administration program.
Tasha Dutil, of Vassalboro, is a sophomore enrolled in the healthcare studies and master of science in occupational therapy program.
Adam Pelletier, of Vassalboro, is a junior enrolled in the criminal justice and master of science in criminal justice administration program.
Kyle Bishop, of Waterville, is a senior enrolled in the physical education program.
Miranda Shepherd-Bussiere, of Waterville, is a senior enrolled in the psychology program.
Dylan Atkins, of Winslow, is a graduate student enrolled in the doctor of pharmacy program.
Marissa Charette, of Winslow, is a senior enrolled in the healthcare studies program.
Megan Richards, of Winslow, is a senior enrolled in the kinesiology — human movement science and doctor of physical therapy program.
Molly Ware, of Winslow, is a sophomore enrolled in the nursing program.

 
 

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