Local Students on Dean's List at Bryant University

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SMITHFIELD, RI (06/27/2019)-- Bryant University is committed to the pursuit, recognition, and celebration of academic excellence. The University is pleased to recognize the students who have been named to the Deans' List for the spring 2019 semester. Congratulations on this outstanding achievement!

  • Morgan Almeida, class of 2021, from East Falmouth, MA
  • Amanda Dumais, class of 2022, from Teaticket, MA
  • Rumen Dzhulev, class of 2022, from Mashpee, MA
  • Carolyn Kenney, class of 2022, from Cotuit, MA
  • Grant Pertile, class of 2021, from Edgartown, MA
  • Christopher Tzimorangas, class of 2021, from Sandwich, MA
  • Samuel White, class of 2021, from East Sandwich, MA
  • Jason Zou, class of 2022, from Harwich, MA
  • Joseph Goncalves, class of 2020, from Marstons Mills, MA
  • Owen McCoubrey, class of 2020, from Marstons Mills, MA
  • Theresa McGrory, class of 2020, from Bourne, MA
  • Jayla Silva, class of 2020, from West Wareham, MA
  • Sara Tyma, class of 2021, from Wareham, MA
  • Willow Kane, class of 2019, from Nantucket, MA
  • Rachel Lagasse, class of 2019, from Brewster, MA
  • Matthew O'Connor, class of 2019, from Mashpee, MA
  • Maina Zou, class of 2019, from Harwich, MA

For 156 years, Bryant University has been at the forefront of delivering an exceptional education that anticipates the future and prepares students to be innovative leaders of character in a changing world. Bryant delivers an innovative and uniquely integrated business and liberal arts education that inspires students to excel. With approximately 3,700 graduate and undergraduate students from 38 states and 53 countries, Bryant is recognized as a leader in international education and regularly receives top rankings from U.S. News and World Report, Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes, and Barron's. Visit www.Bryant.edu.


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