Brookline Student Success: Brookline College Worker Gets a New Gig, Students Enroll and Graduate
A selection of Brookline students named to the dean's lists and honor rolls and notable contributions at their schools around the country.
The following press release was sent by Earlham College:
Local Student Enrolls at Earlham College
Anthony Re, an Earlham College first-year and son of Shirley and Francis Re of Brookline, MA, has enrolled at Earlham College.
Earlham is a selective, liberal arts college in Richmond, Indiana. Engaging students with a changing world, Earlham is dedicated to the development of effective ways to integrate international perspectives in education. The College offers 40 majors in the sciences, humanities, and social sciences. Earlham graduates are well prepared for further study; nearly half of Earlham alumni graduating in the last 10 years enrolled in graduate or professional school. Earlham is a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III school.
The following comes from Boston College High School:
Brookline Youths Earn Boston College High School Honors
Kevin Dong ’12 of Brookline achieved High Honors for the Fourth Quarter at Boston College High School. For High Honors a Soph., Jr., Sr. must have at least a 3.80 quality point average and all grades '"C+" or higher
Samory Ngachoko’14 and Pablo I. Ferreyra ‘15 achieved Honors, earning at least a 3.2 QPA and all grades C- or higher.
Boston College High School is a Jesuit, Catholic, college-preparatory school for young men founded in 1863. The school enrolls approximately 1600 students from more than 100 communities in eastern Massachusetts.
The following press releases are via the readMedia Newswire, sent in the last week.
Natalie Gillard Joins Notre Dame of Maryland University as Director of Student Activities and Orientation
Notre Dame of Maryland University is welcoming Natalie Gillard as director of student activities and orientation. Ms. Gillard will oversee the implementation of comprehensive initiatives to support and enhance students' personal and academic experience.
Ms. Gillard joins Notre Dame with extensive experience in supporting and promoting student success, with a focus on leadership development, service learning and student engagement. Most recently she was director of student and community engagement at Pine Manor College in Massachusetts. Earlier Ms. Gillard served as director of student leadership and diversity programs at Wheelock College.
Ms. Gillard graduated from Lesley University with a master's in interdisciplinary studies and earned her bachelor's in legal studies from Lasell College.
Notre Dame of Maryland University
Notre Dame of Maryland University, founded as a Catholic liberal arts college in 1895 by the School Sisters of Notre Dame, educates nearly 3,000 women and men enrolled in degree and certificate programs at its main campus in north Baltimore and at satellite centers in Maryland. The University encompasses a distinguished Women's College, the first Catholic institution of its kind in America; a College of Adult Undergraduate Studies; a College of Graduate Studies, and an English language Institute, and includes Schools of Arts and Sciences, Education, Nursing and Pharmacy. Rich in tradition, Notre Dame provides students with opportunities in research, study abroad and service to the global community. Visit www.ndm
Local Residents Begin Studies at Emerson College
The following local residents were among more than 900 new students to begin the year at Emerson College.
- Brookline's Elana Polivy
- Brookline's Kelly Prestel
- Brookline's Felix Teich
- Brookline's Kyle Tomizawa
- Brookline's Julie Conlon
- Chestnut Hill's Stephanie Defazio
- Brookline's Stephen Babumba
For more information about Emerson College, visit www.emerson.edu
Michael Gavris Graduates from Cornell University Summer College
Cornell University is pleased to announce that Michael Gavris of Chestnut Hill, a student at Newton North High School, graduated from Cornell's prestigious Summer College program this summer.
Cornell University Summer College invites talented high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors to spend three or six weeks on the Cornell campus experiencing what it's like to live and learn at a great Ivy League university. Students take official university courses with leading Cornell faculty, earn college credits, get to know students from around the world, and explore majors and career options.
Charlotte Beal Admitted to Carleton College
Charlotte Beal of Chestnut Hill, MA, has been admitted to Carleton College as a member of the Class of 2016. She is the daughter of George Beal and Barbara Beal.
Ranked among the nation's top liberal arts institutions, Carleton is a private, co-educational college of 2,000 students located 40 miles south of Minneapolis and St. Paul. High academic standards, an excellent faculty, a commitment to teaching and learning, and a diverse student body contribute to Carleton's outstanding reputation.