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Scholars: September 2, 2015

Wilkes University Provost Anne A. Skleder announced the dean’s list for the spring 2015 semester. The university extends its congratulations to Kelsey Clark and Jessica Kouch.


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Kutztown University conferred degrees on nearly 1,400 students during the winter, spring and summer terms. The following students have been awarded degrees: Alyssa Tara Ball (Education — Elementary Education, Early Childhood, Pre-Kindergarten — Grade 4 Cum Laude); Brian Jack Benz (Criminal Justice); Dylan Joseph Brophy (Criminal Justice); Megan Ashley Burns (Psychology); Maria Cesarone (Social Work); Monica S. Denofa (Communication Studies Cum Laude); Christie S. Drummond (Social Work); Andrew Stratton Fenningham (Leisure and Sport Studies); Robert D. Giosa (History); Amber N. Hughes (Business Administration — Management); Sean Kenny (Business Administration — Marketing); Christopher Steven Lathrop (Leisure and Sport Studies); Maciej Mazur (Criminal Justice); Andrew P. McGarry (Business Administration — Management); Colin McMahon (Business Administration — Finance); Tarra E. Raspanti (History); Mackenzie Rosenfelt (Education — Special Education Summa Cum Laude); Mallory Jayne Senavitis (Communication Studies); Amanda Elizabeth Sharp (Psychology); Daniel T. Toohey (Criminal Justice); Joseph E. Urban (Business Administration — Finance/Management).


Keliane Marie Comitalo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Lynette Comitalo, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in biochemistry from Moravian College in Bethlehem. Comitalo was a member of the volleyball team throughout her time at the school. She was a member of Beta Beta Beta, the Biological Studies Honor Society, the American Chemical Society, the German Club, the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and the Pre-Health Club. She made the dean’s list four times while at Moravian. She is a graduate of Saint Basil Academy.


The local residents listed below earned their associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degrees from Widener University during a recent commencement ceremony: Courtney Burwell (Master of Science in Nursing), Chi Cao (Bachelor of Science in Nursing), Gina Defrancisco (Bachelor of Social Work), Jessica Dembeck (Bachelor of Arts in Early Years and Special Education), Erin Fenningham (Master of Science in Nursing), David Fernandez (Bachelor of Arts in Psychology), John Gorman (Bachelor of Science in Management), Christopher Haines (Master of Public Administration in Public Administration), Wayne Hefner (Doctor of Physical Therapy in Physical Therapy), William Jeffrey (Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering), Lauren Kaganovich (Bachelor of Arts in Psychology), Danna Kutchner (Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management), Allison Lackman (Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology), Michael Lawley (Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice), Mokhigul Makhmudova (Master of Science in Taxation and Financial Planning), Joshua Marcu (Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies), Ryan Mohollen (Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Economics), Ann Quinn (Bachelor of Science in Allied Health), Eric Reeves (Bachelor of Science in Nursing), Laurie Sacerdote (Master of Public Administration in Public Administration), Amy Schloesser (Bachelor of Science in Allied Health), Terry Simpson (Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering), Takyra Smith (Bachelor of Science in Nursing), Rachel Stango (Bachelor of Arts in Psychology), Alyea Stott-Capacio (Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology), Bruce Stover (Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering), Mildred Tomo (Bachelor of Science in Allied Health), Mammen Varghese (Bachelor of Science in Biology) and Jasmine Williams (Master of Social Work in Social Work).


The following Delaware Valley University students have been honored for academic achievement by being named to the dean’s list: Kacy Peyton, David Davidson, Eireann Anastasi, Harrison Hancock, Vincent Manzi, Rachel Michalczyk, Brittany Wood and Rosemary Flite. ••

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