Three make it to Wisconsin-Madison dean’s list


Three students in Greater Riverdale made The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s dean’s list — while one made its honor’s list.

• Morgan Greene, School of Education, dean’s list

• Raphael Jacobson, College of Letters and Science, dean’s list

• James Neggie, College of Agricultural & Life Science, dean’s list

• Maya Nornberg, College of Engineering, dean’s honor list

Students must complete a minimum of 12 graded degree credits within the semester to achieve the distinction of dean’s list, dean’s honor list and dean’s high honor list.

Founded in 1848 as a public land-grant university and major research institution, Wisconsin-Madison’s goal is for its students, teachers and faculty to engage in real world education while solving real world problems.

President's list honors

Leslie Diaz of Kingsbridge made the president’s list honors during the fall semester at SUNY Canton.

She aims to earn her bachelor of science degree in nursing. She has maintained a 3.75 or greater grade-point-average while being a full-time student.

“I take great pride in the academic success of SUNY Canton’s students,” said SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran. “The individuals who’ve earned a place on the President’s List have demonstrated that they can succeed in an exceptionally competitive academic setting.”

SUNY Canton is a college that delivers hands-on programs in engineering technology, management and healthcare fields.

The college offers flexible ways to learn, such as its SUNY Canton OnLine that  23 online degree programs.

It also has 15 traditional athletic teams that compete at the NCAA Division III level, part of the North Atlantic Conference.

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