Unity Colleges lists fall semester dean’s list

Posted March 19, 2014, at 12:02 p.m.

UNITY, Maine Several Maine residents have been named to the Dean’s List for the Fall Semester 2013 at Unity College.

Maine residents on the Dean’s List are:

Camden Akins ’15, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Winslow. Akins is a graduate of Winslow High School.

Evelyn Allen ’17, an Art and Environment major from Hallowell, ME.  She is a graduate of Hall-Dale High School.

Joseph Badger ’15, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Lebanon. He is a graduate of Noble High School.

Stephanie Brawn ’16, a Wildlife Biology major from Winslow. She is a graduate of Winslow High School.

Carly Chapman ’14, a Wildlife and Fisheries Management major from Chelsea. Chapman is a graduate of Hall-Dale High School.

Julia Clapp ’14, an Environmental Writing & Media Studies major from Belfast. She is a graduate of Home School.

Sarah Clegg ’15, a Captive Wildlife Care and Education major from Bath. She is a graduate of Morse High School.

Kevin Connolly ’15, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Corinth. He is a graduate of Central High School.

Dana Cormier ’15, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Augusta. Cormier is a graduate of Cony High School.

Brandon Cross ’16, a Wildlife and Fisheries Management major from Guilford. He is a graduate of Piscataquis Community High School.

Nichole Ferrara ’17, a double Captive Wildlife Care and Education and Wildlife Biology major from Waterville. She is a graduate of Skowhegan Area High School.

Taylor Follette ’15, a double Biology and Wildlife Biology major from Talmadge. Follette is a graduate of Woodland Junior-Senior High School.

Mary Gorham ’16, a Captive Wildlife Care and Education major from Portland. She is a graduate of Portland High School.

Cassandra Hammond ’14, a Wildlife Biology major from Albion. She is a graduate of Lawrence High School.

Benjamin Holt ’14, a Sustainable Energy Management major from Skowhegan. He is a graduate of Skowhegan Area High School.

Shannon Johnson ’16, a double Conservation Law Enforcement and Wildlife and Fisheries Management major from Berwick. Johnson is a graduate of Noble High School.

Jessica Kowalski ’14, an Adventure Based-Environmental Education major from Brunswick. She is a graduate of Robert E Fitch Senior High School.

Kyle Lee ’17, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Sidney. He is a graduate of Messalonskee High School.

Megan Lewis ’17, an Undecided major from Washington. She is a graduate of Home School.

Michael MacKnight ’14, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Andover. He is a graduate of Gould Academy.

Sierra Marchacos ’15, a double Wildlife Biology and Marine Biology major from Rangeley. She is a graduate of Rangeley Lakes Regional School.

Samantha McGarrigle ’17, a double Captive Wildlife Care and Education and Wildlife Biology major from Hampden. She is a graduate of Hampden Academy.

Kelsey Michaud ’17, a Captive Wildlife Care and Education major from Randolph. Michaud is a graduate of Gardiner Area High School.

Kevin Miller ’15, a Wildlife and Fisheries Management major from Belfast. He is a graduate of Clinton High School.

Eric Mitchell ’16, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Bridgton. He is a graduate of Mount Abram Regional High School.

Zachary Monroe ’14, a Parks and Forest Resources major from South Thomaston. He is a graduate of Camden Hills Regional High School.

Garett Moore ’17, an Adventure Based-Environmental Education major from Etna. Moore is a graduate of Nokomis Regional High.

Darian Nadeau ’16, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Winthrop. Nadeau is a graduate of Winthrop High School.

Ziv Nelson ’14, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Orono. Nelson is a graduate of Red Hook Central High School.

Benjamin Nelson ’17, a Sustainable Agriculture major from Hampden. He is a graduate of Hampden Academy.

Ryan O’Neill ’14, a Parks and Forest Resources major from West Gardiner. He is a graduate of Gardiner Area High School.

Elizabeth Orcutt ’15, a Wildlife Biology major from Dixmont. She is a graduate of Nokomis Regional High.

Trevor Parker ’13, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Arundel. Parker is a graduate of Biddeford High School.

Mikayla Peaslee ’17, a Wildlife and Fisheries Management major from Waterville. She is a graduate of Winslow High School.

Nicholas Raymond ’14, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Winslow. He is a graduate of Winslow High School.

Leeann Reid ’13, a Parks, Recreation and Ecotourism major from Kittery. She is a graduate of Robert W Traip Academy.

Michael Robinson ’15, a Wildlife Biology major from Millinocket. He is a graduate of Stearns High School.

Caleb Roebuck ’14, an Environmental Policy, Law and Society major from Ellsworth. He is a graduate of Mount Desert Island High School.

Aaron Schmitz ’17, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Sabattus, ME.  He is a graduate of Saint Dominic Regional High School.

Lindsey Senecal ’14, a Biology major from Acton. She is a graduate of Sanford High School.

Rayann Sheerin ’16, a Wildlife Biology major from Unity. She is a graduate of Seneca High School.

Zachary Small ’14, a Marine Biology major from Athens. He is a graduate of Madison Area High School.

Christopher Spaulding ’15, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Palmyra. He is a graduate of Nokomis Regional High.

Zechariah Thomas ’17, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Phippsburg. He is a graduate of Morse High School.

Corey Thompson ’16, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Charleston. Thompson is a graduate of Foxcroft Academy.

Dawn Walls ’16, an Adventure Therapy major from Unity.

Rachel Whitney ’15, a double Sustainable Agriculture and Biology major from Oakland. She is a graduate of Messalonskee High School.

Simon Yorks ’16, a Conservation Law Enforcement major from Chelsea. He is a graduate of Cony High School.

In recent years Unity College has gained national attention for a variety of achievements including for its focus on sustainability science, the leading-edge of 21st century ecological problem solving and the vanguard in the fight for the mitigation of global climate change; its ground-breaking green innovations such as the award-winning TerraHaus, the first student residence on a college or university campus built to the Passive House standard, the most energy efficient building standard in the world; and being the first college in the United States to divest from investments in fossil fuels, igniting a growing national movement in higher education.

Through the framework of sustainability science, Unity College provides a liberal arts education that emphasizes the environment and natural resources. Through experiential and collaborative learning, our graduates emerge as responsible citizens, environmental stewards, and visionary leaders.

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