Alexis Kindrat of Glen Burnie, Rachel Franklin of Annapolis, Leah Britton of Laurel, Laura Melton of Glen Burnie, David Teitelbaum of Annapolis, Ebony Frazier of West Friendship, Sonja Olson of Arnold, Ashley Wohl of Laurel, Rebecca Marks of Arnold and Andrew Gardner of Crofton were recently named to dean's lists at Syracuse University in New York for the spring semester.
Kindrat is a senior psychology major in the college of arts and science; Franklin, a senior hospitality and food service management major in the college of human services and health professions; and Britton, a senior speech communications major in the college of visual and performing arts. Melton is a sophomore drama major in the college of visual and performing arts, and Teitelbaum is a freshman mechanical engineering major in the L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science. Frazier is a sophomore computer science major in the L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science; Olson, a senior marketing, management and public communications major in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management; and Wohl, a junior graphic arts major in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. Marks is an advertising major in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, and Gardner is a public communications major in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
To qualify for a dean's list, students must earn a minimum 3.4 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale.
Edward P. Carey was recently elected president and Konrad M. Wayson vice president of the Anne Arundel County Board of Education for the 2004-05 school year. Carey, of Brooklyn Park, has been on the board for two years. He received a bachelor's degree in urban planning in 1984 from the University of Maryland. Over the past 14 years he has worked for the Maryland Aviation Administration and serves on the board of directors of Harbor Hospital and the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association.
Wayson, of Harwood, has been a school board member for two years. He belongs to the Chesapeake Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors and has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Salisbury University.
Seventy-two Anne Arundel County students were named recently to the St. Mary's College of Maryland dean's list. To qualify for the dean's list, students must earn at least a 3.5 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale and complete 12 credits.
The following achieved that during the spring semester: Amy Anderson, Jacqueline Benson, Alison Billock, Samantha Brown, Robert Campbell, Rachel Carter, Valerie Chapman, Joshua Chiappelli, Benjamin Church, Amy Clarke, Julianna Damewood, Nichole Deegan, Erin Del Collo, Amber Dixon, Amanda Dotson, Kayla Dunn, Nichole Eid, Charles Emerson, Lorien Evans, Emilia Fort, Ashley Fussell, Michael Gatches, Steven Gardner, Jacqueline Genau, Michael Goldsmith, Kaitlin Griener, John Gudger, Natalie Haddad, Eric Hergenroeder, Lori Hofmann, Jamie Johnstone, Amanda Jones, Jeffrey King, Graham Long, Joanna Masterson, Megan McFall, Erin McGeeney, Elizabeth McNichols, Bridget McVay, Ashley Meadows, Sarah Mitchell, Stephanie Nelson, Katherine Northfield, Brendan O'Donnell, Kaitlyn Opel, Julia Owens, Keri Pessagno, Amy Philips, Gregory Poling, Melissa Pumphrey, Melissa Puzak, Arhaanth Reedy, Alison Rellinger, Joseph Rieu, Isis Rodriguez-Cortez, Tessa Sabol, Matthew Sargent, Kristina Sernentilli, Kate Sherman, Laura Shores, David Smith, Kelli Southerd, Stephanie Thompson, Laura Wallace, Sheena Washington, Heather Wasson, Gwyneth Whielden, Rachel Wilder, Laura Wilson, Adrienne Wineholt, Terrance Young and Amanda Youngbar.
-- Compiled by EILEEN RIVERS
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