Gina Steinberg earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice from Widener University.
The following students earned master’s: Stephen Metas (psychology), Ikea Wilson (health care management), Lauren Ippoliti (Counselor Education: PK-12 Professional School Counselor Track), Jara Arroyo (Elementary Education the Early Years), Zane McGowan (Human Sexuality Studies, Sex Therapy and social work), Dafna Karikari (biomedical engineering), Jacob Small (civil engineering), Argine Pierre (nursing), Samelia Johnson (nursing), Phuong Voong (nursing), Sarah Dougherty (social work), Evan Figueroa-Vargas (social work), Cher’ron Norton (social work), David Ranjitsingh (social work), Laura Taylor (social work), Lisa Marie Rotchford (social work), Towanza Sewell (social work). ••
Bucknell University has released the dean’s list for outstanding academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2020-21 academic year. A student must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a scale of 4.0 to receive dean’s list recognition. Rikley Costa Paixao, class of 2022, achieved dean’s list status. ••
Gianna Brock has been awarded the Theodore K. Steele Memorial Scholarship at New York Institute of Technology. The scholarship is awarded to first-year students with a high school average of 96 or higher. Brock plans to study in the Mechanical Engineering, B.S. – Aerospace Concentration program. ••
The students below have been named to the spring 2021 dean’s list at University of the Sciences. Selection for this award is based on completing and passing all assigned courses with no grade below a “C” and attaining an academic average of at least 3.4.
Emily Pisiechko, Omar Alhaj, Shon Biju, Sean Dyson, Jillian Halbiger, Joely Halbiger, Chelsea Hennison, Reuben Sam, Muhammad Shahroz Ul Haq, Mary Grace Berchick, Camila Bohorquez Ramirez, Moises Cuevas-Frias, Mikayla Dennis, Valeriia Gurtovaia, Anastasiya Hrytsay, Emily Laov, Sajjaf Malik, Sapna Patel, Erick Pellecer, Eleni Pieces, Siby Soju, David Broytman, Elhussein Ibrahim, Kristen Gilmore, Alexander Chokas, Christopher Pisiechko, Erik Cauley, Julianna Herff, Christina Thomas, Sara Bembischew, Delaney McDonnell, Gianna Mingo, Gianna Torres, Tessa Glennon, Caleigh Noss, Mooniba Abdul, Joseph Dantes, Jenny James, Jenna Januszka, Kelvin Lu, Jithin Paul, William Ruan, Zixuan Yang, James Abraham, Yasmine Awad, Betcy Benny, Julia Dang, Dawson Do, Hannah Filbert, Ann George, Sandra Georgekutty, Hannah Higgins, Janice Jaison, Cheryl John, Julia Johnson, Ashley Joseph, Kevin Lin, Nicole Lin, Matthew Lor, Judy Luong, John McCrane, Merlin Rajan, Lincy Reji, Nancy Reji, Leah Roy, Sheba Roy, Jubin Saji, Yun Su, Lisa Sy, Cindy Yuan, Rohan Nainan, Richard Wilkes, Patrick Carr, Christina Tipton, Edward Tipton, Anitha Alias, Brianna Chachoute, Merin George, Lena Idrissi, Tamara Jenkins, Mary Minkovski, Nicholas Molinero, Mariya Paul, Angelica Rivera, Shane Thomas, Russel Volosov, Naomi Zamot, Jillian Chiodo, Victoria Cruz, Emily Shellenberger, Calvin Jim, Judy Lee, Prenin George, Ance Maria Thankachan, Dawen Chen, Justina Chen, Christ Do, Chris Fu and Anina Johnson. ••
Coastal Carolina University recognized nearly 1,200 students during its commencement ceremonies. Among the graduates were Alyssa Ballassona-Venuti and Savannah Bradley. ••
Recent Widener University graduates include Jenna Marchesano (criminal justice degree), Evan Krawczuk (communication studies, specialization in broadcasting), Melissa Nagel (criminal justice, magna cum laude), Justin Mathew (civil engineering), Mebin Jacob (hospitality management), Stephen Ford (mathematics), Evan Davis (analytics, summa cum laude), Brittany Bucher (nursing, cum laude), Kylee Capanna (nursing), Ricki Boateng (nursing), James Newbert (nursing), Hannah Wilde (nursing), Kaitlyn Hoffer (nursing), Julianna Costello (nursing, cum laude), Brieana Cento (nursing), Shirli Kulli (nursing, cum laude), Kayla Zagorski (nursing), Alicia Lucas (nursing), Kylie Francis (social work), Cristin Piecyk (organizational development & leadership, summa cum laude), Christine Monte (allied health), Ian O’Grady (allied health), Kristen Steever (allied health). ••