AMHERST, Mass. – The University of Massachusetts Amherst releases their list of students named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2022 semester. In order to qualify, an undergraduate student must receive a 3.5 grade-point average or better on a four-point scale. Malden residents that achieved the honor for the fall semester were Munib Abdulghani, Daniel Sebastien Augustin, Vedatman Soham Basu, Saige Denise Brutus, Peizhen Cai, Tsz W. Chan, Lily Ling Chen, Vivian Chen, Elina Chen, Natalie Ying Chen, Sophia Chen, Luca De Oliveira, Ethan Dong, William J. Duggan, Maxwell John Forestier, Lily Gao, Bridget Helen Gately, Harriet Shane Hechanova Gerochi, Ashley Victoria Giang, Luella Harding, Eric He, Kara Elizabeth Hollis, My Hua, Leila Imani, Reid Douglas Kankel, Yousef A. Lahkiky, Dipa Lamsal, Chelsea Law, Tung Yan Leung, Sarah Yen Lin, Jianxiong Lin, Jianxin Lin, Yangyang Lin, Meiying Lyu, Lili Mei Ye, Savanna Z. Moy, Dionne Huyen Nguyen, Hoang Nguyen, Katrina Nguyen, Dang Khoa Q. Nguyen, Sammi Nie, Jessica Juliane Novoa Martinez, Ryan O’Connell, Julia Diniz Oliveira, Sophia H. Oliveira, Rebeca Silva Pereira, Amine Rih, Matthew James Romprey, Ajithaan Ramar Sathiyendra, Xiaoya Shen, Michael Shi, Jared Gunnar Swanson, Bethan Emily Taddeo, Morgan Tammaro, Xinyi Tan, Wendy Mei Wah Tan, Michael Thompson, Jasmine My Tran, Sean Tran, Thuy-Tam Hoang Vo, Ronan Patrick Wetzonis, Jack Bestick Williams, Jennifer Wong, Xinping Xiong, Stanley Yang, Jiaqi Ye, Brian Zeng, Wu Zheng, Xiaolin Zhou and Zhiyang Zuo.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst is a world-class research institution with a revolutionary spirit that inspires our academics to challenge convention, rethink expectations, and work tirelessly to change the world. Our students are the artists, scientists, change-makers and leaders of tomorrow whose commitment to their community drives them forward. Our faculty members are leaders in their fields, working on groundbreaking research with graduate and undergraduate students across all academic disciplines to redefine what’s possible. With programs for full- and part-time students both on and off campus, interdisciplinary majors, a robust online learning community, the intimate Commonwealth Honors College and connections with the Five College Consortium, UMass Amherst has opportunities for every student to reshape their world.