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WORCESTER – A total of 2,054 undergraduate students achieved the criteria required for WPI’s fall 2021 Dean’s List. Included on that list were 9 Marlborough students.

The criteria for the WPI Dean’s List differs from that of most other universities as WPI does not compute a grade point average (GPA).

Instead, WPI defines the Dean’s List by the amount of work completed at the A level in courses and projects.

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“WPI’s academic programs are rigorous and require a level of independence beyond what is required in traditional courses. WPI students work on open-ended problems for communities around the world. The problems are important and the impact is real” said dean of undergraduate studies Arthur C. Heinricher. “Some of this nation’s best and brightest students come to WPI to study engineering and science and business and the humanities. Those named to the Dean’s List have excelled in all of their work, and we are exceptionally proud of these outstanding students.”

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The following Marlborough students are Dean’s List recipients:

Brian Boxell, class of 2023, majoring in Robotics Engineering (BS)

Andrew Cash, class of 2025, majoring in Computer Science (BS)

Roey Chen, class of 2025, majoring in Biochemistry (BS)

Anna Cherkinsky, class of 2023, majoring in Computer Science (BS)

Julianna Cognetta, class of 2022, majoring in Biomedical Engineering

Igor De Moraes, class of 2022, majoring in Mechanical Engineering

Olivia Deckers, class of 2023, majoring in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BS)

Erin Gowaski, class of 2023, majoring in Biomedical Engineering (BS)

Daniel Moreau, class of 2025, majoring in Mechanical Engineering (BS)

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WPI, a global leader in project-based learning, is a distinctive, top-tier technological university founded in 1865 on the principle that students learn most effectively by applying the theory learned in the classroom to the practice of solving real-world problems. Recognized by the National Academy of Engineering with the 2016 Bernard M. Gordon Prize for Innovation in Engineering and Technology Education, WPI’s pioneering project-based curriculum engages undergraduates in solving important scientific, technological, and societal problems throughout their education and at more than 50 project centers around the world. WPI offers more than 70 bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs across 17 academic departments in science, engineering, technology, business, the social sciences, and the humanities and arts. Its faculty and students pursue groundbreaking research to meet ongoing challenges in health and biotechnology; robotics and the internet of things; advanced materials and manufacturing; cyber, data, and security systems; learning science; and more

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