Greenwich students recognized for academic achivement

SUNY Oswego

SUNY Oswego’s fourth annual GENIUS Olympiad honored two Greenwich students in the global high school competition in scientific and artistic disciplines dealing with the environment: Maxmillian Minichetti — gold medal in science in the resources and energy category for A Filamentous Organic Solar Cell Based Piezoelectric Architecture for Powering Commercial and Biological Electronic Devices and Andrew Ma — gold medal in science in the environmental quality category for Temperature Induced Concurrent Removal and Recovery of Wastewater Ammonia Nitrogen.

Frank awarded scholarship

Elias Frank of Riverside, and a student at Greenwich High School, was among ten students who were awarded with a $1,000 college scholarship based on their efforts in promoting anti-bullying awareness in their schools and communities. The scholarships were designed for high school seniors who academically persevered while experiencing bullying, and for students who have led anti-bullying efforts. The National Society of High School Scholars Foundation (NSHSS Fdn), a non-profit public charity dedicated to supporting education in the form of scholarships for under-represented students in STEM career majors, as well as business, economics, and public policy career majors, has partnered with Abercrombie & Fitch to create the Abercrombie & Fitch Anti-Bullying Scholarship Award Program.

Binghamton: Holden

Luke J. Holden of Greenwich received academic honors from the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences at Binghamton University by making the dean’s list for the spring semester.

Stevenson: Dunster

Shawn Dunster of Cos Cob was named to Stevenson University’s dean’s list for the spring term.

Union College

Three Greenwich students were named to the dean’s list at Union College for the 2013-14 year: Katherine Beale, Stephen Lewis and Lane Roberts.

Carleton: Bouknight

Sebastian Bouknight, the son of Neil and Joanne Bouknight of Cos Cob, graduated from Carleton College on June 14 with a degree in environmental studies, cum laude.

Lake: Goldberg

Leora Goldberg of Greenwich was named to the dean’s list for the 2013-2014 academic year at Lake Forest College.

Rhode Island

Four students were included in the dean’s list at the University of Rhode Island for the spring term: Olivia N Henigson, Leah Helena Hupal, Katherine Jane Newcorn and Nicholas H. Nihoul.

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