Sascha Hughes-Caley of Great Falls, rising senior and art history/fine arts major at the University of Colorado, has made the College of Arts and Sciences dean's list for spring semester 2005, completing 18 units with straight A's — while competing on the women's ice hockey team. Hughes-Caley also serves as secretary of Mortar Board, a senior honor society. She is currently completing a summer internship in southern California as photographer's assistant at Surfer magazine.
Alison Brooke Weckstein of Great Falls has been selected by the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg for Honors Admission for the fall. She is the daugher of Ken and Andrea Weckstein of Great Falls and is a 2005 Langley High School graduate. A scholar-athlete, Wecktein has been a member of the National Honor Society, Latin Honor Society and Japanese Honor Society, as well as the varsity field hockey team, where she was named to first team all-district. Honors Admission is offered to students who apply early and who have an outstanding high school performance record and SAT scores.
Meredith Kelly of Great Falls is interning with NBC 4-WRC-TV in Washington, D.C., this summer. She is a rising senior majoring in broadcasting at Susquehanna University. She is assisting with editing, music research and selection, tape logging and clip selection and light office work. Kelly is a 2002 graduate of Langley High School and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Kelly.
<lst>Jason Kolaitis of McLean received a Bachelor of Science degree in information management and technology from Syracuse university May 15. Kolatis also was named to the dean's list for the spring semester. To qualify for the dean's list, a student must achieve at least a 3.4 GPA.
Timothy Lee and Robert McMains, both of McLean, are among 45 men and women from Virginia named by the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation to receive scholarships for the upcoming academic year. Lee is one of 12 students across America who received the Toyota Motor Sales, USA Scholarship, one of the most significant awards the foundation gives. The scholarships are awarded to sons and daughters of Marines and former Marines in recognition of academic commitment and community leadership.
Alison Lindsay Booth of McLean, a senior at Gettysburg College, has been placed on the deans' commendation list for outstanding academic achievement in the spring 2005 semester. Students with a quality point average of 3.33 or higher for a semester's work are placed on the list.
Soumya Madaboosikande of McLean received a master of accountancy degree from Bowling Green State University in Ohio on Aug. 6.