Fifteen Greenwich Students Make Dean’s List at Colgate, Spring 2016

colgateFifteen students from Greenwich received the Dean’s Award for academic excellence at Colgate this spring semester. The award goes to students with a 3.30 or higher term average:

Kenneth Citron, a Lawrenceville School graduate and Pre-Med major in the Colgate Class of 2019

Elisabeth Rosa Di Sant, a Greenwich High School graduate and Economics major in the Colgate Class of 2018

James Drakos, a Brunswick School graduate and Neuroscience major in the Colgate Class of 2016

Grace Tormey, a Greenwich Academy graduate and Classics major in the Colgate Class of 2016

Jessica Gorski, a Greenwich High School graduate and Spanish major in the Colgate Class of 2016

Philip Brauer, a Taft School graduate and Molecular Biology major in the Colgate Class of 2018

Chloe Matonis, a Greenwich High School graduate and Environmental Studies major in the Colgate Class of 2018

Remi Rosmarin, a Greenwich High School graduate and English major in the Colgate Class of 2018

Madeleine Veronis, a Greenwich High School graduate and English major in the Colgate Class of 2018

Alayna Santarosa, a Greenwich High School graduate and Biology major in the Colgate Class of 2019

Brooke Sweeney, a Greenwich High School graduate and Psychology major in the Colgate Class of 2019

Alison WalshSuffield Academy graduate and  Psychology major in the Colgate Class of 2019

Claire O’Connor, a Greenwich High School graduate and History major in the Colgate Class of 2017

Julia Hyland, a Greenwich High School graduate and Political Science major in the Colgate Class of 2017

Matthew Swain, a Rye Country Day School graduate and Environmental Studies major in the Colgate Class of 2017

Colgate University offers 54 majors to a diverse student body of approximately 2,900 undergraduate students, and supports 25 Division I athletic teams. The university’s 575-acre campus in rural central New York is renowned for its beauty and for the important role it plays in the student experience.

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