MIDDLE CENTER – Middlesex Community College presented a virtual video of Academic Awards Night on May 7 to recognize students for their great achievements in each of the academic programs offered by the university.
Winners include adult students and students who started college early, according to a press release.
Michelle Milslagle received the Award for Academic Excellence in Management Information Systems. According to the school, he returned to college to complete his associate degree after taking years off to get married and raise his family. He took classes while working full time and graduated this spring.
“I realized that this trip is not about age or according to the younger generation. It is a mind-altering journey and we are together, whether you are young or old, ”Mislagle said in a statement.
Adam Gómez won the award for academic excellence in liberal arts and sciences. A member of the honorary program, Gomez was only 16 when he first enrolled in Middlesex, according to the press release.
“Adam is one of the best students we’ve ever had on the honors program,” Andrea Levy, psychology program coordinator, said in the statement. “His intellect and the depth of his ideas really remind me of the students I taught while I was a professor at the Harvard School of Public Health.”
Business and hospitality
Accounting: Betsy K. Fisher
Business Administration: Kendyl D. Ortiz
Business Studies: Patrick M. Dandeneau
Management information systems: Michelle Milslagle
Humanities, creative arts and English
Communication: Jaden Rogers
Digital media production: Joseph Nieves
English: Tasha Gawkowski
Fine Arts: Alyssa Pardo
General studies: Ranon Klein
History: Garrett Indich
Liberal arts and sciences: Adam Gómez
Health information management: Karen Valentin
Ophthalmic design and dispensing: Emrah Rakiposki
Radiological Technology: Brian Schramm
Veterinary technology: Jean Vossler
Industrial, industrial and technical careers
Manufacturing machine technology: Nathaniel Major
Manufacturing Machine Technology: Colin McKernon
Social and behavioral sciences, education and public service
Criminal Justice / Criminology: Jamie McEnerney
Early childhood education: Maria Franco
Human Services: Kimberly D. Howley
Psychology studies: Thomas Laskowski
Social work: Nicole Hettrick
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics
Biology: Miranda Murphy
Biotechnology: Leah Scoppetto
Computer Engineering Technology: Justin Men
Computer Information Technology: Matthew Ryan
Computer Studies: Franklin Massimi
Engineering Sciences: Alexander Foster
Mathematics: Oliver Filhaber