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Harvey Pine, Ph.D., will receive the Jack Jensen award for excellence in teaching at Colby-Sawyer’s commencement in May.

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Larissa Chassman was inducted into the National Honor Society of her field of study at Stonehill College in Easton, Mass.

Kristin Carlson participated in the academic excellence conference at Keene State College. A geography major, she presented “Natural Resources Inventory of Surry, New Hampshire: An Assessment of Open-Space Recreation and Wildlife Habitats.”

Jessica Lulka participated in the academic excellence conference at Keene State College. A Morris-August Honors Program student, she presented “Narrative, Identity and Leadership in Emerging Adulthood: Creating a Life of Intention.”

CHICHESTER

Marissa Bates was accepted at the University of Findlay in Ohio. She plans to major in animal science/pre-veterinary medicine.

CONCORD

Rachel Scudder and Emma Scudder will participate in an exhibit showing their artwork at their aunt’s gallery space, Asia Wire Art Gallery and Studio in Amesbury, Mass.

Emily Thompson received an academic excellence award at the annual awards dinner for the Stiller School of Business at Champlain College in Burlington, Vt. She is an event management major.

Jenna Benjamin participated in the academic excellence conference at Keene State College. A history major, she presented “Weimar Cinema and Dream Works.”

Julia M c Namara participated in the academic excellence conference at Keene State College. A psychology major, she presented “Personality Profiles Underlying Relational Aggression (Bullying) in College Age Women.”

Johnathan Stack participated in the academic excellence conference at Keene State College. A film studies major, he presented “On the Notion of ‘Greatness’ in Film Examined Through the Sight and Sound Top Ten Poll.”

DEERING

Leighanna Moore participated in the academic excellence conference at Keene State College. A health sciences major, she presented “Ecuadorian Food: The Role It Plays in Community.”

HENNIKER

Caldwell Perkins earned honors for the winter term at Westminster School in Simsbury, Conn. He is a junior.

Megan Beaudry participated in the academic excellence conference at Keene State College. A safety and occupational health applied sciences major, she presented “Bloodborne pathogens Training: The Silent Killer.”

Dr. Iris Fischer-McMorrow, assistant professor of natural sciences, will receive the Nancy Beyer Opler ’56 award for excellence in advising at Colby-Sawyer’s commencement in May.

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Samantha Charland participated in the academic excellence conference at Keene State College. A history major, she presented “Gender Fluidity in Medieval London: Considering Transvestite Prostitute John Eleanor as a Lesbian-like Woman.”

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Rebecca Miller was named to the dean’s list for the fall term at Elmira College in New York. She is an English literature and childhood education major.

Jenisha Shrestha served on the committee responsible for Colby-Sawyer College’s Fair Trade College certification. Colby-Sawyer is the first private college in New Hampshire to be certified a Fair Trade college, and the second college in the state to earn the certification.

Julia M c Guire was named a finalist for a creative writing award by the Hollins University Lex Allen Literary Festival in Roanoke, Va. She is an elementary education and English major at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y.

Joanna Henderson, president, and Julie Machen, president-elect, Adventures in Learning, will receive the Town Award at Colby-Sawyer’s commencement in May.

Marianne Harrison and Janet St. Laurent, program coordinators of Adventures in Learning, will receive the Gown Award at Colby-Sawyer’s commencement in May.

Anthony “Tony” Quinn will receive an honorary doctor of humane letters at Colby-Sawyer’s commencement in May. He is an assistant professor of business administration and has taught at the college for 22 years.

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