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Campus notes June 30, 2024

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

Nicole Weinstein, Mohnton, received the Outstanding Student Award for Forensic Accounting at the University of Scranton.

An announcement of the award in the June 23 Reading Eagle contained incorrect information.

William & Mary

Keeley Suzenski, Fleetwood, received a bachelor of science degree from the College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Va.

Muhlenberg College

The following area students graduated from Muhlenberg College:

Bachelor of business administration: *Kelly Cummings, Breinigsville; *Kristin Heiss-Erbrick, Alburtis.

Bachelor of arts: ***Abbey Robuck,  Hamburg, international studies. ***Courtney Sheckler, Douglassville; Piper Schwenk, Lyons, psychology. ***Zachary Gangwer, Gilbertsville, finance/accounting. Ryan Masters, Breinigsville, business administration. **Theodore Judson, Kempton, international studies/political science.

Bachelor of science: **Sohaib Nauman, Breinigsville, biology. *Amber Meyer, Maxatawny, neuroscience. ***Serena Hertzog, Elverson, environmental science.

Elms College

Tina Schmeck, Kutztown, received a master of science degree in school nursing from Elms College, Chicopee, Mass.

RIT

The following area students received degrees from the Rochester Institute of Technology:

Bachelor of science/master of engineering: Darcie Jones, Sinking Spring; Abigail Reigner, Boyertown.

Bachelor of science: Ronnie Toole III, Morgantown, marketing. Hannah Hostetler, Denver,  biochemistry. Sean Pacilio, Bernville, biomedical engineering.

Bachelor of fine arts: Jenna Kline, Boyertown, photographic and imaging arts. Zach Hildebrandt, Barto, illustration

Master of science: Grace Gallagher, Bernville, school psychology.

Mississippi State

*Finnis Ginder, Wernersville, received a bachelor of science degree from Mississippi State University’s Bagley College of Engineering.

Honor society

Katherine Sarro, Douglassville, was initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society, at Millersville University.

Items are submitted by the schools involved.


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