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East Brunswick Students Have Been Hitting the Books

These local students attending The College of New Jersey were named to the Dean's List for the fall 2012 semester.

Local students have earned the esteemed honor of placement on the Dean's List at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) for the fall 2012 semester:

Robert Canciello, a Senior Interactive Multimedia major; 

Jennifer Zavoda, a Senior Economics major; 

Rebecca Acevedo, a Sophomore Open Option-Business major; 

Abigail Cregge, a Sophomore Criminology major; 

Michael Sampayo, a Junior Criminology major; 

Jonah Feldman, a Junior Journalism and Prof. Writing major; 

James Napoli, a Freshman English Secondary Education major; 

Kevin Schlittenhardt, a Senior Journalism and Prof. Writing major; 

Joseph Demarco, a Sophomore History Secondary Education major; 

Kelly Kisch, a Senior Psychology major; 

Jessica Serpico, a Senior Psychology major; 

Erica Farber, a Freshman Elementary Education major; 

Christina Hillen, a Senior Elementary Education major; 

Melissa Hillen, a Freshman Elementary Education major;

Ryan Kar, a Freshman Early Childhood major;

Kerri Williams, a Senior Elementary Education major;

Alana Barouch, a Junior Nursing major; 

Stacey Hamaoui, a Senior Nursing major;

Marina Tsay, a Sophomore Nursing major;

Timothy O'Sullivan, a Senior Biology - 7 Year Pre Med major; 

Aakash Sheth, a Sophomore Biology - 7 Year Pre Med major;

Hannah Wey, a Senior Biology - 7 Year Pre Med major; 

Anginelle Alabanza, a Junior Chemistry (ACS - Research) major;

Jessica Joyce Perez, a Sophomore Mathematics major.

To achieve this honor, a student must carry 12 or more credits that semester and have a 3.5 grade point average or above.

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