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Bridgewater Students Make the Grade

A list of local students graduate and are named to the Dean's List for Fall 2012, among other honors.

With Bridgewater residents heading all over the country to attend college, many have been recognized as Dean's List honorees.

Here, in no particular order, is a list of students that were most recently:

  • Natasha Anand Desai—Bryant University, Bachelor of Science in International Business and Marketing
  • Robert Badger—Champlain College, Bachelor of Science in Computer and Digital Forensics
  • Natasha Desai—Bryant University, Bachelor of Science in International Business
  • Chrisopher D. Kasbohm—University of Scranton, Master of Business Administration
  • Kelly Golej—Quinnipiac University
  • Michelle Johnson—Quinnipiac University
  • Ivan Gonzalez—University of Scranton, Bachelor of Science
  • Meaghan Smith—University of Scranton, Bachelor of Science
  • Nicole Serrante—Quinnipiac University, Bachelor of Science in Health Science/Occupational Therapy
  • Emily Shahbazian—Quinnipiac University, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
  • Philip Lopez—Marist College, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
  • Trisha Patel—University of the Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Health Science
  • Rohit Pallasena—University of the Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Studies
  • Muneeb Ali—University of the Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Studies
  • Benjamin Wild—Miami University, Dean’s List
  • Kenneth Campbell—Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Dean’s List
  • Sara Lyons—Purdue University, Academic Honors
  • Mary Johnston—Initiated into Phi Kappa Phi
  • Virginia Hixson—Initiated into Phi Kapp Phi
  • William Forster—Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Dean’s List
  • Alison Moore—Elizabethtown College, Dean’s List
  • Rolando Vega—Messiah College, Dean’s List
  • Lauren Yarrington—Messiah College, Dean’s List
  • Andrew Patrick Verdone—Clemson University, Dean’s List

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