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Camps and Schools 7-16-03

Kate Siegelbaum of Potomac and Angela Allen and Sudeshna Sukla of Rockville were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2003 semester at the Syracuse University College of Visual and Performing Arts.

Daniella Apfel, Lauren Poston and Mallory Silberman of Potomac; Rebecca Baden, Ashley Herson, Jonathon Leiner, Jennifer Kushlis, and Matthew Scott of Rockville; and Michael Becker, and Lauren Connelly, of Bethesda were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2003 semester at the Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.

Dida Atassi was named to the Dean’s List of both the Public School of Communications and College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University during the Spring 2003 semester.

Emily Bender, Jenna Bergerson, John-Paul Fontelo, Caryn Harris, Neal Mathuran, Laura Weyland and Leah Zuckerman of Potomac; and Emily Bernstein of Rockville were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2003 semester at Tufts University.

Daniel Bodansky of Potomac was named to the Dean’s List of both the School of Management and School of Public Communications at Syracuse University during the Spring 2003 semester.

Aaron Brodsky of Potomac was named to the Dean’s List of both the School of Management and School of Public Communications at Syracuse University during the Spring 2003 semester.

John P. Campbell of Potomac received the Bachelor of Arts degree at the 175th commencement ceremony at Kenyon College on Saturday, May 17. Campbell graduated with a major in history.

Margaret Crockett of Bethesda, Virginia Neale and Ian Harazduk of North Potomac and Rachel Bernstein and Amy Hertz of Potomac have been named to the second semester 2002-2003 Dean’s List at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

Patrick Knapp of North Potomac was named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2003 semester of the Syracuse University College of Engineering and Computer Science.

Nicole C. Maisel of Potomac earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology at the 124th Commencement ceremony at Curry College on May 18, 2003.

Jonathan S. Mahoney of Potomac will serve as an Orientation Adviser at the 2003 Freshman Orientation at Franklin & Marshall College. Mahoney, a junior English major, is a 2001 graduate of Saint Marks School.

Anne E. Mayer of Rockville received the bachelor of arts degree at the 175th Commencement of Kenyon College on Saturday, May 17. Mayer graduated cum laude with honors in biology and earned membership in Kenyon’s chapter of Sigma Xi, a national scientific research society.

Jennifer Mitzner of Bethesda, Ilyssa Bender of Rockville, and Emily Lerman of Potomac were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2003 semester at the Syracuse University School of Education.

Catherine E. Ramella of Potomac has begun work as a Davidson Fellow at her alma mater, Davidson College. Ramella is the daughter of Rosalie LaMonica and is a 1999 graduate of The Bullis School. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Davidson in May, majoring in Spanish.

Allison K. Rubinoff of Potomac, a student in the School of Communication at Northwestern University, has been named to the Dean’s List for the spring quarter of the 2002-2003 academic year.

Shira Savada of Bethesda was named to the Dean’s List at both the School of Public Communications and College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University during the Spring 2003 semester.

Samantha Schattner of Bethesda was named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2003 semester at the Syracuse University College of Human Services and Health Professions.

Nicole F. Schulman of Bethesda was named to the dean’s list at Bates College as a result of her scholastic standing during the second semester of the 2002-2003 academic year. Schulman, a sophomore history major, is a 2001 graduate of Walt Whitman High School.

Caitlin E. Smith of Potomac and Erin Ferrell, a graduate of The Bullis School, were named to the 2003 spring semester Dean’s List at Wake Forest University.

Caryn R. Spund of Potomac and Sara A. Odinetz and Amandalynn Salzman of Rockville were awarded master’s degrees during the 133rd commencement ceremony at McDaniel College.

Charles M. Upton of Potomac, received the bachelor of arts degree at the 175th Commencement of Kenyon College on Saturday, May 17. Upton graduated with a major in drama.

Alexandra Webster, Allison Dewolfe, and Leslie Blitz of Bethesda, and Jennie Salomon of Rockville were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2003 semester at the Syracuse University College of Arts and Sciences.

William Wright of Rockville and Scott Faller of Potomac were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2003 semester at the Syracuse University School of Management.