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Friday, December 10, 2010

66 STUDENTS TO BE HONORED AT GRADUATION RECEPTION

66 STUDENTS TO BE HONORED AT GRADUATION RECEPTION

BRADFORD, Pa. – Sixty-six students expected to graduate from Pitt-Bradford this month will be recognized with a reception on Sunday, Dec. 12.

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. Steven 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 May commencement.

Those expected to graduate with an associate degree are Marc D. Ackley, an engineering science major from Bradford; Andrew DeNapoli, a petroleum technology major from DuBois; and Ross Harrington, a petroleum technology major from Mercer.

Those expected to graduate with a bachelor’s degree are, from Bradford, Karen Costello-Pecht, a business management major; Claude Grove, an economics major; Lorne Hart, an English major; Laurie A. Kahle, a psychology major; John Lonzi, an accounting and business management major; Jonathan McCracken, a psychology major; Jeremy A. O’Toole, a business education K-12 and business management major; James J. Pascarella, a computer information systems and technology major; Matthew A. Tingley, a business management major; and David Verbocy, a sport and recreation management major.

Students anticipated to graduate from Kane are Christopher J. Bierbower, a criminal justice major; Robert Higgibotham, a sport and recreation management major; Savannah L. Kohut, a hospitality management major; Kathy Long, an elementary education major; Diane M. Marold, a social sciences major; and Ashley Mix, an elementary education major.

Students anticipated to graduate from Titusville are Courtney Graham, an elementary education major; Jennifer Kuberry, a business management major; Barbera L. Macormac, a human relations major and Katherine Morrison, a business management major.

Other students anticipated to graduate are James Ashley, a criminal justice major from Jefferson, Ohio; Lisa A. Brown, a criminal justice major from Cyclone; Jessica L. Clark, an English education 7-12 major, and Donna J. Nelligan-Barrett, a human relations major, both from Rochester, N.Y.; Brandon Cook, a health and physical education major, and Jennifer Hilmes, an accounting and business management major, both from Lewis Run; Noelle Dixon, an elementary education major and Ashley R. Neal, a sports medicine major, both from St. Marys; Michael D. Dodge, a business management major from Smethport; Sarah Dwyer, a business education K-12 and business management major, and Valerie Marquis, a human relations major, both from Warren; Nicholas Eckhardt, an applied mathematics major from Springdale;

Jenelle Elmquist, a social studies education 7-12 major from Sheffield; Saree Frederick, an elementary education major, and James F. Wankel Jr., a social sciences major, both from Duke Center; Erica Grode, a psychology major, and Andrew Sarbak, an athletic training major, both from Erie; Jessica M. Hamilton, a writing major from Wilcox; Brett D. Herzing, a criminal justice major, Quintoria Smith, an environmental studies major, and James R. Urmann, an accounting major, all from Ridgway; Christopher Hooks, a health and physical education major from Elmira, N.Y.; Heather Kelley, an accounting and business management major from Port Allegany; Jillian A. Kreitzer, an elementary education major from Horseheads, N.Y.; Janelle Krisulevicz, an elementary education major from Larksville; Mary A. Tucker, a sociology major from Emporium; Jordan W. Meyers, a chemistry major from McDonald;

Ryan M. Monoski, a criminal justice major from Centre Hall; Jessica Northeimer, a sociology major from Coudersport; Joshua Parslow, an applied mathematics and mathematics education 7-12 major from Westfield; Allan Parton, an English major from Liverpool, N.Y.; Jason Peters, a mathematics education 7-12 major from Conneaut Lake; Amanda Rail, a psychology major from Salamanca, N.Y.; Sarah B. Rhinehart, a criminal justice major from Olean, N.Y.; Tabitha Ryan, an athletic training major from Albion; Dallas Slesser, an English major from Danville; Philip A. Solley, a criminal justice major from Grampian; Kari Stubbs, a social sciences major from Shinglehouse; Sarah Stutzman, a business management major from Centerville; Nicole Walter, an elementary education major from Gifford; Jason Whitaker, an English major from Scranton; Stacie D. Wickerham, a health and physical education major from Greenhurst, N.Y.; and Alex Woodhead, a business management major from Portville, N.Y.

*For the convenience of our local readers, local students have been highlighted.

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