Brookline Educational Achievements – News – Brookline TAB
Chestnut Hill’s Kassiani Mamalakis was inducted into the Purple Key Leadership Society at Emerson College in Boston. Thirty-two senior class members at Emerson College have been selected for the Purple Key Leadership Society and will be recognized at the annual Emerson Recognition and Achievement Awards on April 3 and early spring. Recipients of this prestigious award demonstrate exceptional leadership, service, a strong commitment to civic engagement, and solid academic achievement. A 20-person committee composed of junior class students and members of the academic and student staff reviewed student applications based on leadership and service, academic achievement, citizenship and civic engagement, and future leadership potential. and the average GPA is 3.73. Mamalakis will graduate in 2020 as a Purple Key recipient with a focus on theater education and performance.
Eric Jamous and Elisa Matson, both of Brookline, were named to the deans list of Hamilton College in Clinton, NY. Jamous and Matson, both freshmen, are Brookline High School graduates.
Laurel Stanley of Chestnut Hill was added to the list of deans at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Penn.
Several Brookline residents have been named to the list of deans at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Penn. The students are Olivia Grimes, Sophia Noble, Elizabeth Pierpont and Micah Golomb-Leavitt.
Devyn L. Perkins, Aiden H. Dumas, and Hannah E. Milne, all of Brookline, were enrolled for the Fall 2019 semester at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn.
Amanda Brooke Altman and Elaine Ren, both from Chestnut Hill, were enrolled at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. For the Fall 2019 semester.
Dasol Song of Brookline is one of 60 students selected for the new Integrated Concentration in Science (iCons) program at UMass-Amherst. More than 120 first-year and second-year students applied for one of the coveted iCons places in a process that is open to around 5,000 students with a focus on science, technology, engineering or mathematics. The current iCons cohort, the 10th to attend, will complete the program in 2023.
The iCons program builds on the students’ degree program and provides them with additional skills that are required for entry into the modern scientific workforce. At iCons, students from various STEM majors work together in cross-disciplinary teams to identify and investigate innovative solutions to global problems that are making headlines today, such as: B. Climate change and antibiotic resistance.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Maryia Hancharova and Victor Mercola, both from Brookline, were added to the list of deans for the fall semester 2019 at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester. Hancharova is a member of the class from 2022 with a focus on computer science. Mercola is a member of the class of 2022 with a focus on electrical and computer engineering.