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Campus notes: June 23, 2024

Honors are indicated as follows: ***with highest honors; **with high honors; *with honors.

The following area students graduated from Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove:

Bachelor of science: Robert Blankenbiller, Robeson Township, finance. Margaret Rudolph, Exeter Township, biochemistry. *Kamille Orth, Blandon, management. *Julia Cerrato, Denver, marketing/English-publishing and editing. ***Logan Boyer, Kutztown, accounting/finance. *Ryan Davis, Morgantown, accounting.

Bachelor of arts: *Azalyn Drumheller, Boyertown, anthropology. ***Teagan Duffie, Douglassville, political science/international studies. ***Jenna Horning, Fleetwood, communications. ***Megan Deangelo, Hamburg, English-literature. ***Maya Fenner, Douglassville, sociology.

Adelphi U.

The following area students graduated from Adelphi University, Garden City, N.Y.: Justin Kresse, Spring Township, bachelor of fine arts; Gabriela Castillo Cabrera, Reading, master of science.

Lehigh

The following area students graduated from Lehigh University:

Bachelor of arts: Tram Dinh, Reading, economics. Keilly Kirkpatrick, Oley; Emma Eggleston, Fleetwood, journalism.

Bachelor of science: Joey Marsteller, Breinigsville, supply chain management. Joel Santiago, Temple, computer science & business. Michael Cleaveland, Fleetwood, electrical engineering. Gianna Ricciardi, Breinigsville; Samantha Haggert, Bally; Kenzie Lambinus, Breinigsville, chemical engineering. Evan DeBlase, Birdsboro, finance. Michael Dominguez, Reading, computer science.

Georgia Tech

The following area students graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology: Matthew Finger, Wyomissing, Rhea Kadakia, Breinigsville; Ethan Rothermel, Fleetwood.

Bucknell

The following area students graduated from Bucknell University:

Bachelor of science: Sophie Rocereta, Barto, cell biology/biochemistry. Griffin Schlegel, Robeson Township, chemical engineering. Xander Tucci, Blandon, biomedical engineering. Kit Jackson, computer science and engineering. Eleni Geishauser, Exeter Township, biology.

Bachelor of arts: Ellie Ramirez, Wyomissing, psychology.

U. of Iowa

Sophia Mackrella, Ruscombmanor Township, received a bachelor of arts degree in health studies from the University of Iowa.

LeTourneau U.

***Daniel Lantz, Reading, received a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from LeTourneau University, Longview, Texas.

Award winner

Nicole H. Weinstein, Mohnton, received the Outstanding Student Award for Software Engineering at the University of Scranton.

Albright research

Albright College graduate Emily Johnson, Robesonia,  and her mentor, MeeAe Oh-Ranck, associate professor of fashion merchandising and design, earned third place in the American Association of Family Consumer Science Annual Conference’s professional division — for their joint Albright Creative Research Experience (ACRE) project, “Uncovering the Veil.”

“Uncovering the Veil,” is a garment collection that delves into the historical and ideological contexts surrounding women’s rights and contentious perspectives on the hijab.

Johnson and Oh-Ranck were invited to present their project at the 2025 AAFCS annual conference in Kansas City.

The following also took part in ACRE projects: Adam Moyer, Wernersville, “An Exploration into Eco-Friendly Fashion Textiles.” Jeanette Fotis, Wyomissing, “The First Thursday Comedy Series.”

Through ACRE projects, Albright students and faculty conduct joint research or pursue creative endeavors. Student proposals that are accepted by a faculty review board are rewarded with college stipends.

Items are supplied by the colleges involved.


Source: Berkshire mont

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