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Wednesday, December 3, 2008


BRADFORD, Pa. – Sixty-eight students expected to graduate from the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford this month will be recognized with a reception on Sunday, Dec. 7.

Students will be honored during an informal event beginning at 2:30 p.m. in the Mukaiyama University Room of the Frame-Westerberg Commons.

Dr. Livingston Alexander, president; Dr. Steve Hardin, dean of academic affairs; and Dr. K. James Evans, dean of student affairs, will speak. Refreshments will be served afterward.

The reception is held for students graduating at the end of the fall term who may not be able to return for the April commencement.

Those from Bradford expected to graduate are Allison Rene Armstrong, a psychology major; Timothy E. Burkhouse, an engineering science major; Anna Jude Chiodo, a public relations major; Lisa Marie Gelormini, a business management major; Jessica L.Keane, a business management major; Daniel Steven Kermick, a biology education major; Tarah Marie Lipps, a social sciences major;

Alexis Natalie Newton, an elementary education major; Joshua M. Patterson, a broadcast communications major; Juliane Elizabeth Rees, an economics and business management major; Eric C. Taylor, a business management major; Sheryl A.H.Wallace, a human relations major; and Jess Whelan, an athletic training and sports medicine major.

Others are Andrew Steven Fancher, a psychology major from Bolivar, N.Y.; Nicole Marie Ewings, an elementary education major, June E. Isaman, a social sciences and education major, and Matthew Pietrkiewicz, an elementary education major, all from Olean, N.Y.; Heather Renee Rochford, a psychology major from Portville, N.Y.; Matthew Thomas Seiberg, a social studies education major from Randolph, N.Y.; and Lloyd E. Long II, an elementary education major from Salamanca, N.Y.;

Regina Marie Smith, a social studies education and history/political science major from Emporium; Gina A. Aiello, an information systems major from Johnsonburg; Olivia Mosier, a criminal justice major from Kersey; Dale Elizabeth Fox, a history/political science major, and Tara Lindgren, an elementary education major, both from Ridgway; and Noel Marie Bartlett, a biology major from St. Marys;

Luke Hull Vaughn, a broadcast communications major from Ludlow; Elizabeth Ann Sands, a human relations major, and Joseph Terrasi, a broadcast communications major, both from Pittsfield; Daniel Scott Belcher, a sports medicine major, and Robin Lee Copley II, a sports medicine major, both from Sheffield; Bethany Ann Ruland, a human relations from Sugar Grove; Kristen Camille Allison, a criminal justice major from Warren;

Jennifer Marie Autieri, an English education major from Derrick City; Mitchell J. Neely, a criminal justice major from Duke Center; John K. Werlau Jr, an elementary education major from Eldred; Brittany A. Winner, a business management major from Lewis Run; Brandy Patrick, a writing major from Rew;

Michael W. Miller, a public relations major from Rixford; Cortney Marie Lagrua, an elementary education major from Shinglehouse; Brenda S. Austin, a business management major, Miranda Marie Bailey, a criminal justice major, Anna M. Stewart, an elementary education and history/political science major, and Richard C. Tanner, a business management major, all from Smethport;

Steven J. Potter, a health and physical education major from East Aurora, N.Y.; Danielle E. Williams, a sport and recreation management major from Sandusky, N.Y.; Travis M. Heath, a social sciences major from South Dayton, N.Y.; Marshall Brodsky, a communications major from Rochester, N.Y.;

Richard T. Riesenberger, a business management major from Atlanta, N.Y.; Andrew Scolaro, a sport and recreation management major from North Royalton, Ohio.; Brittany Killen, a writing major from West Mifflin; April M. Geiselman, an environmental studies major from Turtle Creek; Tyler R. Younkins, a business management major from Freeport; Kellie Marie Isaac, a human relations major from Franklin;

Heidi Louise Gebhardt, a business management major, Cory F. Newcombe, a public relations major, and Julie A. Patterson, a human relations major, all from Titusville; Jennifer Lynn Sanders, a human relations major from Edinboro; Tiffany Leigh Vinopal, a human relations major from Grand Valley; Lewis Leroy Reeger Jr., a mathematics education and applied mathematics major from Irvona;

Zachary Petsu Harter, a human relations major from Wellsboro; Andrew J. Laganosky, an interdisciplinary arts major from Carlisle; Lauren Ashley Shroy, a sports medicine major from Harrisburg; Brittany D. Faulk, a broadcast communications major from Greencastle; Corey J. Watts, a biology major from Muncy; Shellana Marie Welsh, a sports medicine major from Quakertown; Carla Jasmine Young, a business management major from Philadelphia; and Stephanie Lynn Rehmeyer, an elementary education major from Glenmoore.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Way to go Corkey