Several from Orleans make Dean’s List at RIT for spring semester
ROCHESTER – The following local residents made the Dean’s List at Rochester Institute of Technology for the 2020 Spring Semester.
Degree-seeking undergraduate students are eligible for Dean’s List if their term GPA is greater than or equal to 3.400; they do not have any grades of “Incomplete”, “D” or “F”; and they have registered for, and completed, at least 12 credit hours.
- Carson Zgoda of Medina, who is in the medical illustration program.
- Flint Dilella of Holley, who is in the motion picture science program.
- Ricky Daniels of Albion, who is in the chemical engineering program.
- Hannah Sones of Albion, who is in the industrial engineering program.
- Nicholas Bogan of Lyndonville, who is in the chemical engineering program.
- Jessica Smith of Lyndonville, who is in the film and animation program.
- Gillian Gallets of Holley, who is in the industrial design program.
- Ben Miller of Albion, who is in the electrical engineering technology program.
- Anne Jewell of Holley, who is in the diagnostic medical sonography program.
- Madeline Gibbs of Waterport, who is in the dietetics and nutrition program.
- Stella Russo of Medina, who is in the physician assistant program.
- Noah Heinsler of Waterport, who is in the film and animation program.
- Toby Kiebala of Medina, who is in the mechanical engineering program.
- Rachel Gregoire of Albion, who is in the physics program.
- Andrew Frank of Holley, who is in the software engineering program.
- Brady Smith of Holley, who is in the civil engineering technology program.
- Riley Starr of Lyndonville, who is in the mechanical engineering program.
- Jesse Dilella of Holley, who is in the electrical engineering program.
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