Shealyn Hubbs (Widener) and Nathaniel Tennesen (College of New Jersey) were initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. ••

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John A. McMonagle was among the University of Scranton students who came in second place in the annual Cyber Forensic Student Competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance. McMonagle is a cybercrime and homeland security and philosophy double major in his sophomore year. ••

Kyle Zayas on Saturday took part in Forever Music, a choral concert featuring Albright College’s choral ensembles. A graduate of Swenson Arts & Technology High School majoring in music industry studies and theater at Albright, Zayas participates as a tenor in Albright Chorale, Albright Chamber Ensemble and Bona Vox. Zayas also performed a solo for the Bona Vox. ••

A total of 1,201 students last week received degrees from East Stroudsburg University. Local graduates were Justin DeVito (sport management), Dyzhae Dixon (criminal justice), Dajah Dowling (social work), Wilna Jean-Baptiste (criminal justice), Jevon Mitchell (Spanish), Jessica Null (history), Marc Rodriguez (exercise science), Marquan Wallace (psychology) and Zaney Woseley (psychology). ••

Nathan Kennish presented To Belong or Not to Belong: Examining the Perceptions and Value of a Pennsylvania Sociological Society Membership Among Sociologists at Lebanon Valley College’s annual Inquiry symposium. Kennish, a graduate of Archbishop Ryan, is pursuing a bachelor of arts in criminal justice. ••

Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine on Sunday conferred a Doctor of Medicine degree upon Daniel Petrosky. ••

Jevon Mitchell, a Spanish major at East Stroudsburg University, was awarded the University Leadership Award. Mitchell served as “DEI” chair of the Student Government Association, public relations chair and treasurer of the Black Student Union, and was a member of Latin American Association, Pentecostal Student Association, African Student Association, the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee and campus climate subcommittee. He was a volunteer for the office of health and wellness, a peer mentor and an orientation leader. ••

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