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FairfaxEducationSchools & Military, 6/24/21 edition

Schools & Military, 6/24/21 edition

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News of the achievements of local students and members of the Armed Forces.

  • Helena Billington of Vienna earned a master of education degree and Nathan Kulesza, the son of Wally and Mechelle Kulescza of Great Falls, earned a bachelor of arts in liberal studies/education, during recent commencement exercises at Endicott College.
  • Henry Nimey of McLean earned a bachelor of science business and economics in finance, with honors, during recent commencement exercises at Lehigh University.
  • Kiersten Pellerin of Vienna earned a bachelor of arts degree in anthropology/sociology during recent commencement exercises at Plymouth State University.
  • Anna Neubauer of Oakton earned a bachelor of arts degree in history during recent commencement exercises at Knox College.
  • Lexi Abravanel of Great Falls earned a bachelor of arts degree in biology, Ethan Torres of Great Falls earned a bachelor of arts degree in environmental studies and Kaitlin Bonacci of McLean earned a bachelor of science degree in mathematical economics during recent commencement exercises at Bucknell University.
  • The following local students earned degrees during recent commencement exercises at the College of William & Mary:

– From Donn Loring: Raman Khanna, bachelor of business administration; Isabelle Maricar, bachelor of science.

– From Great Falls: Jack Buckley, bachelor of business administration; Jonathan Cantwell, bachelor of business administration; Abigail Crowley, bachelor of science; William Furlong, bachelor of arts; Mary Pelson, bachelor of arts; Lachlan Pitts, bachelor of arts; Nickash Sivakumar, bachelor of science; Olivia Tran, bachelor of science; Daniel Xu, bachelor of arts.

– From McLean: Domenic Aulisi, bachelor of arts; Emily Bush, bachelor of science; Brendan Capozzi, bachelor of science; Durga Mounika Chilukuri, bachelor of science; Isabel Cooper, bachelor of arts; Sunil Fontaine-Rasaiah, bachelor of science; Prateek Govindaraj, bachelor of science; Henry Howe, bachelor of arts; Kaitlyn Huynh, bachelor of science; Zhaozheng Jiang, bachelor of business administration; Kaia Johnson, bachelor of arts; Elizabeth Li, bachelor of science; Margaret Mattheis, bachelor of science; Erin Murray, bachelor of arts; Samuel Nussbaum, bachelor of arts (International Honours); Laura Opsahl-Ong, bachelor of science; Luke Scarano, bachelor of science; Kaela Sung, bachelor of arts; Madeleine Walker, bachelor of arts.

– From Oakton: Jade Chen, bachelor of science; Sean Frankel, bachelor of arts; Katherine Gentry, bachelor of arts; Saumya Kapila, bachelor of arts; Kathryn Marshall, bachelor of arts in education; Carson Parker-Kepchar, bachelor of science; Reilly Rourke, bachelor of science; Sophia Sabardine, bachelor of arts; Matthew Stottlemyer, bachelor of science; Benjamin Wagner, bachelor of arts; Robert Warrick, bachelor of arts; Drew Weber, bachelor of science; Emily Wydra, bachelor of science.

– From Vienna: Alejandro Algarra Gonzalez, bachelor of business administration; Annabel Bentley, bachelor of business administration; Nicole Carrillo Vallejo, bachelor of science; Jordan DeFay, bachelor of arts; Peter Faragasso, bachelor of arts; Natalie Francois, bachelor of arts; Kristen Fritzeen, bachelor of arts; Cameron Goff, bachelor of science; Neal Going, bachelor of arts; Eve Grill, bachelor of arts; Jonathan Harper, bachelor of arts; Gabrielle Jawer, bachelor of science; Justin Kaley, bachelor of arts; Mackenzie Krol, bachelor of arts; Annette Lopez Davila, bachelor of science; Patrick Lynch, bachelor of business administration; Mary McCants, bachelor of arts; Elizabeth Miller, bachelor of science; Sidney Miralao, bachelor of arts; Zoe Mollencop, bachelor of science; Seanna Nam, bachelor of business administration; John Ruszkowski, bachelor of arts; Kelly Shea, bachelor of arts; Daniel Slyepichev, bachelor of science; Leeann Soyka, bachelor of science; Jacob Wacht, bachelor of science; Emeline Walker, bachelor of arts; Emma Ward, bachelor of arts; Meghan Ward, bachelor of arts; Simeon Whittle, bachelor of arts; and Kathryn Ziccarelli, bachelor of arts.

  • Thomas Edelmann of Vienna, Chae Hyun Kim of Vienna, Joha Kim of Vienna, Amanda Mitchell of Oakton, Krishna Sardana of Vienna, Yash Shekar of Vienna and Katherine Vietmeyer of Oakton have been named to faculty honors for the spring semester at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • The following local students have been named to the president’s list for the spring semester at James Madison University:

– From Dunn Loring: Aditya Wineland, Jai Bhide.

– From Great Falls: Elena Owens, Charlotte Smith, Daniella Diaz, David Hulett.

– From McLean: Eli Mulligan, Madeleine Duley, Jessica Aten, Matthew Wong, Rhea Morris, Edward Walters, Sofia D’Ermes, Alexander Davis, Linsey Wenk, Camila Maric, Maria Loria.

– From Oakton: Harrison Patel, Caroline Rusinski, Erin Gallagher, Hannah Lee.

– From Vienna: Samiyah Zaman, Sadie Aram, Eve Cunningham, Liam McNulty, Rachael Mah, Veronika Miller, Daniel Van Heest, John Benson, Valerie Gooder, Amanda Emerson, Matthew Rickard, Paige Knisley, Taylor Booth, Sophia Jacobi, Dillon Green, Todoroa Hryshchyshyn, Claudia Cherpes, William Blackwell, Heather Duenas, Jacob Miller, Kyle Cooper, Oda Reinert, Abigail Johnson, Jenna Shuey and Genavieve Ritter.

  • Johna Ezzard of Vienna, a graduate of James Madison High School, has been named to the president’s list for the spring semester at State University of New York-Cortland.
  • Julia Baum of Vienna, Emily Phan of Vienna, Erin Sweeney of Vienna and Steven Baker of Vienna have been named to the president’s list for the sprign semester at Shenandoah University.
  • Lauren Rapavy of Vienna, Grace Bilicki of McLean, Jacqueline Stein of Vienna, Gabriela Silipigni of McLean, Vicenta Linden of McLean and Madeline Cybulski fo Vienna have been named to the president’s list and Leah Corman of McLean and Ava Brugger of McLean have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the College of Charleston.
  • Samantha Stacey of McLean, Gabrielle Heider of Vienna and Celeste Strong of Vienna have been named to the president’s list and Cristina Eddleman of McLean, Sanam Sohrabian of McLean, Matthew Flenniken of McLean, Stephanie Weir of Oakton, Julia Condon of Vienna, Lauryn Stinson of Vienna and Ian Sweeney of Vienna have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the University of Alabama.
  • Gabrielle Miller of Oakton has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Mercer University.
  • Connor Geshan of Oakton has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Western New England University.
  • Alan Kohler of Vienna and Jessica Maebius of Great Falls have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • John Butz of Great Falls; Sofia Aguiar, Molly Hilliard and John Mahoney of McLean; and Riley Fitzsimmons of Vienna have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Fairfield University.
  • O’Kelly McWilliams of Oakton has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Wofford College.
  • Chase Browning of Vienna, Madeleine Kee of Great Falls, Wendy McHone of Vienna, Patrick Nugent of Great Falls and Riley Simon of McLean have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Coastal Carolina University.
  • Heather Rojas of Great Falls has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the University of Rhode Island.
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