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Published 5:02 pm Friday, June 16, 2023

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Six local students make William & Mary dean’s list

 Six Suffolk residents were recently named to the dean’s list at the College of William & Mary for the spring 2023 semester.

The students are Kaitlyn Brittingham, Katie Diehl, Niko Gamboni, Keira Mann, Sophie Mitchell and Hannah Wolfe.

In order to achieve dean’s list status, a full-time degree seeking undergraduate student must take at least 12 credit hours and earn a 3.6 quality point average during the semester.   

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Suffolk student earns foundation scholarship

A Suffolk student is one of four local high school students awarded a total of $40,000 from the Coastal Virginia Building Industry Association Scholarship Foundation during its annual academic awards program. 

A committee of association members reviewed applications recently, looking at each student’s academic performance, community service activities and financial need. The 2023 recipients each received a $10,000 four-year scholarship.

In Suffolk, Noelle Ingram of King’s Fork High School is a recipient and plans to major in sociology at Stanford University. She received the Howard and Nancye Weisberg Scholarship.

Now in its 58th year, the association’s scholarship foundation has awarded 489 scholarships and more than $1.9 million since 1965. 

Two named to Emory & Henry dean’s list

Two Suffolk students were recently named to the Emory & Henry College spring 2023 dean’s list. 

Riley Jonak and Benjamin Salerno are among those honored with the recognition.

To be named to the dean’s list a student must be a full-time student and receive a 3.6 GPA for the semester.

Bonneville makes MTSU spring 2023 dean’s list

Middle Tennessee State University student Landon Bonneville of Suffolk was named to the dean’s list for the spring 2023 semester. Bonneville, who is majoring in recording industry, was among 5,430-plus students who made the list.

To qualify for this distinction, an undergraduate student must maintain a current semester grade-point average of 3.5 or above and earn at least 12 semester hours.