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For Immediate Release: November 22, 2013

Providence College Students Named to 2014 Edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

 

Providence, R.I. — Forty four Providence College seniors have been named to the 2014 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

The annual listing recognizes outstanding campus leaders nationwide. Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory selected students based on their academic achievement, and exclusively those who have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.85, in addition to service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities, and potential for continued success.

The Providence College undergraduates join an elite group of students selected from more than 2,500 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and several foreign nations. Outstanding students have been honored in the annual directory since it was first published in 1934.

Providence College is the only college or university in the United States administered by the Dominican Friars. The Catholic, liberal arts college has an undergraduate enrollment of approximately 3,900 students and offers degrees in 49 academic majors. Providence College has consistently been ranked among the top five regional universities in the north according to U.S. News and World Report’s America’s Best Colleges.  

PC Seniors for 2014 Edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges:

  • Sally Adua of Waterford, Conn.; Biology
  • Ashley Berube of Blackstone, Mass.; Psychology
  • Sarah Bolduc of Cumberland Foreside, Maine; Elementary/Special Education
  • James Brodeur of Forestdale, R.I.; Music Education
  • Ealish Cassidy of Bolton, Conn.; English
  • Caitlin Charette of Chicopee, Mass.; French and American Studies
  • Michael Cheely of Chicago, Ill.; History
  • Justin Dufresne of Coventry, Conn.; English and Computer Science
  • Kristian Fabian of Middlebury, Conn.; History
  • Theresa Feaster of Calgary, Canada; History
  • Erika Flanagan of Holbrook, Mass.; Finance and Marketing
  • Kerry Fleming of Newton, Mass.; Political Science and Public Community Service
  • Lauren Gallant of North Reading, Mass.; Marketing
  • Jennifer Giffels of Mansfield, Mass.; Global Studies and Spanish
  • Joseph Graziano of Atkinson, N.H.; Theology and Philosophy
  • Karl Hoegler of Monroe Township, N.J.; Biology and Psychology
  • Elizabeth Karas of West Hartford, Conn.; Spanish and Health Policy and Management
  • Meghan Keane of Dover-Foxcroft, Maine; Biology
  • Daniel Kubala of Austin, Texas; Mathematics
  • Meaghan Lambert of Macedon, N.Y.; Economics
  • Alyssa Martino of Plainville, Conn.; Elementary/Special Education
  • Jennifer Mattera of Cranston, R.I.; Biology and Psychology
  • Mary McDermott of Hopedale, Mass.; Music Education
  • Meghan McInnis of Northborough, Mass.; Health Policy and Management
  • Sara Melucci of Warwick, R.I.; Social Work
  • Keely Mohin of Staten Island, N.Y.; English/Creative Writing
  • Timothy Morris of Oreland, Pa., Political Science and English
  • Lucy Morroni of Denver, Colo.; History and American Studies
  • Michelle Nogas of Glastonbury, Conn.; Spanish
  • Margaret North of Franconia, N.H.; Art History
  • Catherine O'Donnell of Oceanside, N.Y.; Marketing
  • Kelsey O'Hare of Southborough, Mass.; Music Education
  • Tara Page of Lynbrook, N.Y.; Elementary/Special Education
  • Ekaterina Protsenko of Newington, Conn.; Psychology and Biology
  • Andrew Rondelli of Middleboro, Mass.; Theology and Music
  • Kathleen Sacco of Shrewsbury, Mass.; Marketing
  • Mary Sallah of Hopewell Junction, N.Y.; Mathematics
  • Matthew Santos of Cumberland, R.I.; English and Biology
  • Matthew Spellman of West Roxbury, Mass.; English
  • Francis Taylor of Garden City, N.Y.; Accountancy
  • Kelly Vail of Franklin, Mass.; Management
  • Nicholas Wallace of Nesconset, N.Y.; History and Political Science
  • Laura Wells of Poughquag, N.Y.; Mathematics and Humanities
  • Aaron Wyngowski of Glenville, N.Y.; History/Secondary Education
 
​​Chrissy Centazzo
Public Affairs, Community and Government Relations
401-865-2413
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