The Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Development has announced the Fall 2015 Honor Roll for student leaders at Worcester State University. The SILD Office commends students for maintaining high grades while also contributing to community life at WSU. Officers of the undergraduate classes, major organizations, and special interest groups, who complete ten or more credits and receive a GPA of 3.5 or more during the previous semester, are eligible. The Fall 2015 honorees, and the organization they are involved with, are:
Robert Costanzo, Senate; Andrew Huy Ngo, Senate; Monica Bhakhri, Senate; Brandy Klaes, Class Committee 2016; Katherine Pare, Active Minds on Campus; Jacqueline Channing, Active Minds on Campus; Zach Jorritsma, Campus Ambassadors; Peter L’Esperance, Campus Ambassadors; Melanie Hunter, Commuter Advisory Board; Lauren Hess, Dance Company; Jessica Andrzejewski, Dance Company; Brittany Desilets, Enactus; Dana Perry, Enactus; Courtney Mullin, Student Events Committee; M. Katie Estabrook, Student Events Committee; Caitlyn Lambert-Hutchinson, Surreal Games; Victoria Maffeo, WSU Pride Alliance; Matt Cobuccio, WSU Pride Alliance; Ashley Dziejma, WSU Pride Alliance; Salvatore Tecchi, WSUR Radio; Nicole Allain, Dance Team; Shannon Keith, Equestrian Club Sport; Abby Sniegocki, Equestrian Club Sport; Vincent Ricci, Amnesty International; Krisha Crisostomo, Amnesty International; Alexa Giordano, Best Buddies; Mitchell Gaumond, Business Club; Nicole Wohlleib, Business Club; Brianna Brosnan, Chemistry Club; Tasneem Zawahreh, Chemistry Club; Alexander Zielinski, Chemistry Club; Andro Hannoush, Criminal Justice; Paul Mourad, Criminal Justice; Michaela Taylor, Criminal Justice; Jeremiah Wright, The English Club; Amy Angell, The English Club; Patrick Driscoll, The English Club; Alexis Anderkin, French Club; Nathen Wheeler, Ghost Light Players; Jon Pentland, Math/Computer; Toni Piazza, NSSLHA; Ashley Lameiras, NSSLHA; Cassandra Goncalves, NSSLHA; Kassandra Urena, NSSLHA; Nicole Paul, Peer Health Educators; Leanna Borges, Peer Health Educators; Lauren Hajec, Psychology Club; Stephanie Purcell, Psychology Club; Michael Bail, Social Justice Coalition; Amanda Mehaffey, Social Justice Coalition; Dylan Foden, Tae Kwon Do; Michelle Beaulieu, Tae Kwon Do; Keri Riefenhauser , TREW Friends; Elizabeth McCormack, TREW Friends; Sarah Keith, WOO Serve; Rachel Green, Woo Serve.
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