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Thursday, December 10, 2009

58 STUDENTS TO BE HONORED AT GRADUATION RECEPTION

58 STUDENTS TO BE HONORED AT GRADUATION RECEPTION

BRADFORD, Pa. – Fifty-eight students expected to graduate from the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford this month will be recognized with a reception on Sunday, Dec. 13.

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 expected to graduate with an associate’s degree are Cindy M. Cavallero, a liberal studies major from Bradford; petroleum technology majors Kelley Moyer of Warren, Pamela J. Eschrich of Mount Jewett and Nathan Carmichael of Rimersburg; and information systems majors Richard P. Blackman of Duke Center and Kurt Covert of Smethport.

Those from Bradford expected to graduate with bachelor’s degrees are: Valerie Soriano, an accounting major; Matthew D. Daugherty, an accounting and business management major; Amy Pierce, an accounting and business management major; Carly Rose Ambuske, a biology major; Ashley M. Shade, a criminal justice major; Jessica Nicole Boardman, an English and English education 7-12 major; Stephanie Ann Cottillion, a health and physical education major; Jennifer Kay Bradish, a sports medicine major; and Shawn Spindler, a sports medicine major;

Other students anticipated to graduate are Adair Rohr, a nursing major from Ridgway; Wesley D. Harshbarger, an elementary education major from Kersey; Dana Katheryn Ahlberg, a business management major from Wilcox; Danielle Marie Salsgiver, a biology and biology education 7-12 major from Clarendon; Audrey M. Darling, an elementary education major from Russell; Katherine Pitner, a criminal justice major from Sugar Grove; Claudia Bernat, an applied mathematics and mathematics education 7-12 major from Tidioute;

Erin L. Baxter, an environmental studies major; Sara Hennessy and Rachel A. Thayer, both social sciences majors from Warren; Misty Kay McCann, an applied mathematics and mathematics education 7-12 major from Duke Center;

Stacy A. Postlewait, a sociology major from Kane; Leo E. Carpenter, a computer science major from Shinglehouse; Amanda Michelle Santaniello, a radiological science major from Brockway;

Tiffany J. Kibble, an elementary education major; Marie Lyn Tarbox, an elementary education major; Danielle Dodge, a mathematics education 7-12 major; Ricky A. Bee, a radiological science major, and Tracy Lynn Tanner, a social sciences major, all from Smethport;

Brittany L. Linderman, a public relations major from Allegany, N.Y.; Laura Dawn Reed, a radiological science major from Wellsville, N.Y.; Amanda Marie Shaw, an athletic training major from Warsaw, N.Y.; Cynthia Centola and Michelle L. Centola, both biology majors from Rochester, N.Y.;

Matthew Glover, a biology major from New Brighton; Michelle Ann Kushner, an accounting and business management major from McKees Rocks; April M. Geiselman, an environmental studies major from Turtle Creek; Brittany Jean Barnes, a chemistry major from Butler; Andrew Charles Finzel, an elementary education major from Sharon; Nathan P. Carmichael, an environmental studies major from Rimersburg;

Renae Bowens and Ian T. Long, both business management majors from Titusville; Sara R. Snyder, a business management major from Centerville; Gregory Cook, a sport and recreation management major from North East; Samantha R. Hockenberry, a biology major from Spring Run; Stefanie Corcoran, a chemistry education 7-12 major from Elysburg;

Crystal Ziegenfus, a broadcast communications major from Palmerton; Stephanie Nicole Petchel, a broadcast communications major from Beaver Meadows; Jordan Ercolani, an athletic training major from Larksville; Ross Sharkey, a writing major from Downingtown; Erikah Eileen James, a biology major from Baltimore, Md.; Kristin E. Gutowski, an elementary education major from Little Genesee, N.Y.; and Brandyn M. Austin, a sports medicine major from Elmira, N.Y.

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