Porter Awarded Degree in Political Science

Aiyana Le Porter, the daughter of Liz Nogueira, of Fall River, Massachusetts, and Kevin Porter, of Dublin, California, has earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and psychology from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts.

Williams graduated with honors and was awarded the Gaius C. Bolin prize in Africana Studies. Graduating in 1889, Bolin was the first Black student and the first Black graduate at Williams College.

Porter was also a First Gen Orientation leader, co-director of First Gen Pre-Orientation, Tyng Student-Faculty Liaison, member of the Psychology Student-liaison and Political Science Student-liaison committees, Collin and Lili Roche Research Fellow, Class of 1957 Summer Research Fellow, a psychology research assistant, and participated in the Black Student Union.

Tri-Valley Students Earn Degrees from University of Utah

Eight students from the Tri-Valley recently received degrees from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, including:

From Livermore: Mitchel Acton, master’s degree in social work; Alison Bischoff, bachelor’s degree in architectural studies; Sierra Hoggatt, master’s degree in accounting; Alexa Hubbs, bachelor’s degree in psychology; and Mitchel Acton, master’s degree in social work.

From Pleasanton: Alyssa Serrao, bachelor’s degree in psychology; Nikhil Singh, bachelor’s degree in geography; and Morgan Werder, bachelor of fine arts degree in theater.

Ott Earns Degree in Mechanical Engineering

Joshua Ott, from Pleasanton, has received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.

Students Named to Dean’s Lists for Spring Term

Students Briana Fairfield, from Livermore, was named to the Dean’s List at Lewis University, in Romeoville, Illinois, for the spring semester.

Zee Chauhan, from Livermore, was named to the Dean's List at the Rochester Institute of Technology, in Rochester, New York, for the spring semester. Chauhan is enrolled in the school’s Design and Imaging Technology program.

Matteson De Pretis, from Pleasanton, and Caitlin Curry, from Livermore, were named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois.

Desire Danner, from Dublin, was named to the Dean's List for the spring semester at Adelphi University, in Garden City, New York.

Keller Completes Research Project

Ryan Keller, from Livermore, recently participated in a research project, “Growing a Promising Future: Connecting Families to Collingwood Children's Farm,” as part of his undergraduate requirements at Worchester Polytechnic Institute in Worchester, Massachusetts.. Keller will be a senior next fall, majoring in mechanical engineering.