Township Students Graduate College, Named To Dean’s Lists

The latest collegiate achievements by township students:

University of Scranton

Local residents were among the more than 900 bachelor’s and associate degree recipients at The University of Scranton’s undergraduate commencement, which was held May 29 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre. Sister Mary Scullion, R.S.M., co-founder, executive director and president of Project HOME (Housing, Opportunities for Employment, Medical Care, Education), served as principal speaker. She received an honorary degree at the ceremony, as did University benefactor and former trustee Margaret M. Condron, Ph.D.

Township residents receiving degrees were: Meaghan E. Connelly, Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in nursing; Kelly E. Dillon, Bachelor of Arts degree in theology and religious studies; Kimberly A. Klimcsak, Bachelor of Science degree in accounting; Christopher P. Kwock, Bachelor of Science degree in biology and Sarah G. Morrill, Bachelor of Science degree in health sciences.

In addition, Christina M. Corso earned a Master of Science degree with a major in human resources.

Quinnipiac University

Andrew Landolfi, of Franklin, New Jersey, received a prestigious award at Quinnipiac University’s 85th undergraduate Commencement exercises on May 21. Landolfi received the Alice B. Remail Memorial Award from the College of Arts and Sciences. The award is presented to the graduating student majoring in English with the highest academic record and is given in memory of a distinguished member of the department.

Youngstown State University

Vitas Hrynkiewicz has made the Dean’s List for the Spring 2016 semester at Youngstown State University as one of the university’s high achieving students. Hrynkiewicz is in the Pre Business Finance program at YSU.

University Of Rhode Island

Nicolas Frank Accord, Marc Hani Fares and John Hani Fares were among more than 4,986 undergraduates have qualified for the Spring 2016 Dean’s List. To be included on the Dean’s List, students must have completed 12 or more credits during a semester for letter grades with at least a 3.30 quality point average. Part-time students qualify with the accumulation of 12 credits with a 3.30 quality point average.

Manhattan College

Claire Dundon, a biology major who just completed her freshman year, was named to the college’sDean’s isa for both semesters ad also plays Division I soccer.

University of the Sciences

The following township students received degrees at the university’s May 25th commencement:

Stefan Kolodij received a doctor of pharmacy degree cum laude, and was a member of the mixed rifle team; Alexander Micale received a doctor of pharmacy degree and Marvin Natividad received a BS in pharmaceutical sciences degree with a minor in sociology and pharmceutical and healthcare business.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

KiJana Haney was awarded a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering with distinction at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) 148th commencement ceremony.

Widener University

Vishal Gonuguntla graduated from Widener University recently with a master of science in hospitality and tourism.

University of Hartford

The University of Hartford is pleased to announce the following local students have been named to the Dean’s List for Spring 2016: Sara Kohut, Opeyemi Osuntuyi and Justin Arnold.

University of Connecticut

Anjali Ghandi was named to the Spring 2016 Dean’s List.

Seton Hall University

Seton Hall University is pleased to announce that the following students qualified for the Spring 2016 Dean’s List:

Cierille Boco, James Campbell, Nawaporn Chorsawai, Karen Mae Enriquez, Ryan Lenczewski, Alexander Melilla, Marissa Meono, Christopher O’Donnell, Payal Patel, Sabri Patel and Janessa Rivera.

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