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Cranston Students Make Bryant University Dean's List

Sixteen students from Cranston made the Dean's List at Bryant University last semester. Congrats!

Sixteen students hailing from Cranston had high marks last semester at Bryant University and as a result, have been named to the Dean's List. They are:

Meg Aman, a Junior in Business Administration from Cranston

Michael Barricelli, a Senior in Accounting from Cranston

Marcela Brandao, a Senior in Accounting from Cranston

Jeffrey Castelli, a Junior in Accounting from Cranston

Michael DeRobbio, a Freshman in Business Administration from Cranston

Lauren Fayne, a Junior in Accounting from Cranston

Ashley Garcia, a Senior in Applied Psychology from Cranston

Antimo Iacovone, a Freshman in Business Administration from Cranston

Heather Lamoureux, a Senior in Finance from Cranston

Sara Larrabee, a Senior in Communication from Cranston

Joseph McCabe, a Sophomore in Accounting from Cranston

Gina Perrotta, a Sophomore in Accounting from Cranston

David Pulsifer, a Freshman in Finance from Cranston

Giana Rendine, a Sophomore in Computer Information Systems from Cranston

Jasmine Safford, a Senior in Management from Cranston

Cindy Segama, a Sophomore in Business Administration from Cranston

Bryant University has a clear focus: preparing students to be successful in an age of unlimited global opportunity. Our close-knit, student-centered community offers a supportive learning environment and challenging academic programs that integrate the liberal arts with business - with an emphasis on real-world applications and cultivation of a global perspective. The culture of our community places a high value on innovation and the qualities of character.

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