Congratulations to these Northeast Philly scholars

Philip A. Iannuzzi Jr.

The Iannuzzi family of Doylestown celebrates the graduation of Philip A. Iannuzzi Jr., who earned his Doctor of Education in educational leadership from Delaware Valley University. Iannuzzi is a graduate of Archbishop Ryan High School. Iannuzzi serves as senior learning officer for the Boeing Company’s Defense, Space and Security business unit. A retired Air Force colonel and military pilot, Iannuzzi served in a variety of command, higher headquarters and aerospace operations leadership positions, including executive assignments as a major command division chief, flying squadron commander, director of global flight operations, director of North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s multinational joint task force for Europe’s southern region, higher headquarters executive officer and program manager at the Pentagon. A veteran of Operations Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan), Southern Watch (Iraq), Allied Force (Kosovo) and Desert Shield/Storm (Iraq), Iannuzzi led his flying squadron during four post-9/11 deployments in support of combat operations over Iraq and Afghanistan. Iannuzzi earned a Master of Science in Systems Management from the University of Southern California’s Viterbi School of Engineering; a master’s degree in global transportation logistics from the Air Force Institute of Technology, Dayton, Ohio; a master’s degree in international strategic studies from Air War College, Montgomery, Alabama; a master’s degree in global joint military operations from Air Command and Staff College, Montgomery, Alabama; and a Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State.

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Marissa Olson, Natalie Olson

Marissa Olson is graduating from Drexel University with a bachelor’s degree in global studies and minors in public health and Spanish. Marissa is graduating on the dean’s list. She has been awarded a Fulbright grant to teach English in Spain next year. Natalie Olson graduated summa cum laude from Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions with a bachelor’s of science in nursing. She graduated with honors from the Pennoni Honors College and made the dean’s list. She is now working at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The twins are graduates of St. Hubert.

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Muhlenberg College 2020 baccalaureate and commencement ceremonies have been rescheduled for Oct. 17-18. Some 518 students were recently awarded their undergraduate degrees. Maxine Wisler graduated cum laude with a degree in history and a minor in Italian studies.

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Madison Burke has been named to the dean’s list for the spring 2020 semester at West Chester University. Burke is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Forensic and Toxicological Chemistry. To be named to the dean’s list, students must have a grade-point average of 3.67 or better.

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Patricia Kalesse was named to the Siena College president’s list for the spring 2020 semester. The president’s list requires a 3.9 grade point average or higher.

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Alexis Morace is one of more than 850 Lebanon Valley College students named to the dean’s list for the spring 2020 semester. Dean’s list students must maintain a GPA of at least 3.4 out of 4.0. Morace is pursuing a bachelor of science and doctor of physical therapy in exercise science and physical therapy. She is a graduate of Villa Joseph Marie High School.

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Christina Albizu has been named to the Southeast Missouri State University dean’s list for academic achievement during the spring 2020 semester. Students named to the list earned at least a 3.75 grade point average on a 4.0 scale, completed at least 12 hours of standard graded credit, achieved no grade below a B and received no failing or U grades.

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Daniel Teefy has been named to the president’s honor roll with a 4.00 GPA for the spring 2020 semester at Bismarck State College (North Dakota).

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Bloomsburg University congratulates the more than 2,850 students who were named to the spring 2020 dean’s list. A full-time student whose semester GPA is 3.5 or higher in 12 or more semester hours of coursework is named to the dean’s list.

Local members of the dean’s list are Caroline Dietrich, Amber Dorwart, Brendan Lash, Destiny Lyda, Louis Marano IV, Kelley McHugh, Morgan Petsis, Caitlin Przepiorka, Danielle Wreath, Selena Belulaj, Brandon Binder, Tamara Branch, Morgan Cylc, Sydni Edwards, Christopher Gleason, Mellisha Harrigan, Holly Holzer, Jacqueline Ostaszewski, Grace Overwise, Adrian Perez, Sean Rivera, Nicholas Senske, Robert Sherman, Daniel Taylor Jr., Taylor Wexler, Alyssa Augustine, Julia Borie, Jonathan Clark, Madison Comey, Samuel Dieurisme, Amanda Gaffney, William Gaffney Jr., Morgan Hural, Lyza Klein, Timothy O’Neill, Justin Rauch, Matthew Rocchi, Matthew Soldana, Troy Stratton Jr., Nicole Wilson, Shane Brophy, William Concepcion, Ryan DiMaio, Kaitlyn Dona, Maura Dugan, Gesselle Guzman, Jessica Holzworth, John Juarez, Jasmine Jubilee, Ashley Kerns, Michaela Maw, Kevin McGinley, Mackenzie McCarthy, Mark Mierzejewski, Josephine Patterson, Adelina Sacouto and Courtney Trodden.

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Fall 2020 classes begin Aug, 17 at Albright College.

Local college-bound students are Emeli Cortes (a graduate of Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush who plans to study psychology, crime and justice and sociology); Izayah Johnson-Mason (Cristo Rey, computer science and art); Diana Theodore (George Washington, nursing and business administration); Dakota Cloud (New Foundation, pre-law and business administration); Justice Passe (Abraham Lincoln, accounting, economics & finance and Business Administration: Management); Devonte Fearon (Hill-Freedman World Academy, computer science and Business Administration: Sports Management); Haefa Froukh (Central, communications and chemistry); Hayley Grayo (Abraham Lincoln, Business Administration: Sports Management and Fashion: Merchandising); Jayla Salvatierra (Abraham Lincoln, biochemistry and general biology); Jenna Staller (Philadelphia Academy Charter School, general biology); Viviana Silva (Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush, crime and justice and psychology); Alexis Malloy (Abraham Lincoln, nursing and psychology); Joeally Cortes (Abraham Lincoln, pre-medical and Psychology: Child Development); Kamiah Jean (Murrell Dobbins, Fashion: Merchandising & Design); Jaime Dagostino (Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush, Master in Education, 4+1 program); Jared Banks (Academy of the New Church, mathematics).

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Regina Wallace graduated with a degree in nursing from Ohio University.

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Amber Rose Zisserman graduated with a Master of Business Administration degree from Southern Arkansas University. Zisserman majored in Supply Chain Management from the David F. Rankin College of Business. She will have the opportunity to walk in August’s graduation.

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Andrea Abdale and Amanda Connell graduated from Cedar Crest College.

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The Muhlenberg College Tri-Alpha Honor Society, which honors outstanding students who are the first in their families to attend college, recognized Maxine Wisler, of the class of 2020. ••