Charlotte Sandberg, of Fairfield, has been named to St. Lawrence University’s dean’s list.

Sandberg is a member of the Class of 2017 and is majoring in economics and business in the liberal arts at the school in Canton, N.Y.

She attended Fairfield-Ludlowe High School.

To be eligible for the dean’s list, a student must have completed at least four courses and have an academic average of 3.6 based on a 4.0 scale for the semester.

Landscape awards

Wilton-based Hoffman Landscapes won two Landscape Awards of Excellence from the National Association of Landscape Professionals for its work on residential properties in Fairfield and Westport. The firm is owned by Michael Hoffman .

The organization cited Hoffman’s Rick King for his restoration of a Westport garden destroyed in Hurricane Sandy, and Matt Biron for his use of a wraparound porch at a Fairfield home as the basis for an entertainment center with a swimming pool and outdoor room with a fireplace.

Cartoons on display

Sean Kelly, of Fairfield, will be displaying some of her work at the Wilton Library starting this weekend. The National Cartoonists Society Connecticut Chapter will be exhibiting noteworthy cartoons from local artists, including Kelly.

Brian Walker, who lives in Wilton and works out of the Silvermine Market in New Canaan, will also be part of the exhibit. Walker helps write and produce the iconic newspaper comic strips, “Hi and Lois” and “Beetle Bailey” — both of which his father Mort created in the ‘50s with the help of cartoonist Dik Browne, who started “Hagar the Horrible” in the ‘70s. Brian Walker now works with his father Mort, older brother Greg and Dik Browne’s son Chance, along with veteran cartoonist Jerry Dumas. Work from the Walker and Browne families, as well as Chase, will also be on display.

The opening reception is from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 14 and the exhibition runs through Nov. 11.