UAlbany Announces Fall 2023 Dean’s List

UAlbany Announces Fall 2023 Dean’s List


ALBANY, NY (02/28/2024)– The Dean’s List at the University at Albany recognizes the outstanding academic achievements of full-time undergraduate students.

To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must earn a grade point average (GPA) of 3.25 or higher in their first semester of study and a GPA of 3.50 or higher in subsequent semesters.

The following students have been named to the Fall 2023 Dean’s List:

Abrahim Adel of Poughquag (12570)

Lorraine Affigne of Pleasant Vly (12569)

Carmela Annunziata of Salt Point (12578)

Jordyn Briehof of Pine Plains (12567)

Angie Calero of Holmes (12531)

James Caruso of Poughquag (12570)

Paige Ciallela of Stormville (12582)

Marc Clarizio of Poughquag (12570)

Hollyanne Davidson of Verbank (12585)

Joseph Del Balzo of Pawling (12564)

Joseph Dipierro of Patterson (12563)

Matthew Dunlavey of Verbank (12585)

Alejandro Farias of Stanfordville (12581)

Michael Guiney of Patterson (12563)

Brandon Heinz of Poughquag (12570)

Zoey Henderson of Stanfordville (12581)

Skylar Hollingsworth of Millbrook (12545)

Jerry Jastrzab of Poughquag (12570)

Christopher Lasusa of Poughquag (12570)

Luke Lohrfink of Holmes (12531)

Danielle Long of Pleasant Vly (12569)

Emily Lyons of Clinton Cors (12514)

Robert Mellon of Holmes (12531)

Aslam Omer of Patterson (12563)

Lindsay Radogna of Poughquag (12570)

Julie Repanti of Patterson (12563)

Nicholas Rosaforte of Patterson (12563)

Maarten Rosse of Millbrook (12545)

Marissa Staffa of Pleasant Vly (12569)

Casey Stowell of Wingdale (12594)

Daniel Zielenski of Stormville (12582)

About the University at Albany

The University at Albany is one of the most diverse public research institutions in the nation and a national leader in educational equity and social mobility. As a Carnegie-classified R1 institution, UAlbany faculty and students are advancing our understanding of the world in fields like artificial intelligence, atmospheric and environmental sciences, business, education, public health, social sciences, criminal justice, humanities, emergency preparedness, engineering, public administration, and social welfare. Our courses are taught by an accomplished roster of faculty experts with student success at the center of everything we do. Through our parallel commitments to academic excellence, scientific discovery, and service to community, UAlbany molds bright, curious, and engaged leaders and launches great careers.

Author: Harlem Valley News