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SPRINGFIELD — Eric. M. Watkins of Townsend, received a Bachelor of Science in Law Enforcement degree, with Honors, from Western New England College this past October.

CONCORD — Brian Harrington of Pepperell and Luke A. Eddy of Shirley have earned Academic Honors at the Fenn School of Concord for the school’s first term.

Fenn’s motto, “Sua Sonte,” means on one’s own responsibility. Sua Sonte Honors and High Honors reflect the extent to which a student accepts responsibility for his own learning, based on an assessment of three specific areas: Preparation, engagement and conduct.

MILFORD — Eric Oullette of Shirley was one of 127 graduates of the Massachusetts Department of Correction Recruit Training Classes.

The graduates completed a rigorous ten-week training program, with classes at the Shirley Training Academy and on-the-job training at correctional facilities. The graduates received training in skills including emergency response procedures, ethics and professionalism and the inmate management system. Upon graduation, all begin immediate assignments in the correctional facilities.

GROTON — Chad Fisher of Groton was inducted into the Alpha Chi National Honor Society on Dec. 2.

Alpha Chi is a prestigious society with over 300 chapters throughout the U.S. To be eligible for membership, a student must have completed at least 60 credit hours with a minimum grade point average of 3.67 and rank in the top ten percent of their class.

Fisher is a senior at Franklin Pierce College, majoring in Information Technology/Computer Science. He graduated with honors from North Middlesex High School in 2002. He is the son of Cathy Fisher of Hollis Street, Groton.

HAMILTON, N.Y. — Sarah Lane, a junior at Colgate University, is among the students spending the fall semester in Wollongong, Australia with Rob Figueroa, assistant professor of univrsity studies.

Lane is the daughter of Denton J. Lane and Lisa G. Lane of Townsend. She is concentrating in ENGG at Colgate.

This study abroad program acquaints students interested in environmental studies with the historical, geographic and environmental processes that have shaped the modern state of Australia. Students live in residence halls on the University of Wollongong campus.