Hamburg area college news

York College of Pennsylvania

Jared Dougherty, of Hamburg, a senior Nursing major at York College of Pennsylvania, was recently presented with a Student Senate Service Award, which recognizes outstanding student service to the College and the community. Dougherty recently earned an award during the College’s annual Student Recognition Ceremony. Dougherty earned the Donald Suereth Memorial, given for the greatest contributor to the welfare of the College through campus and community activities.

Alvernia University

Alvernia students in the School of Graduate and Adult Education earn Master of Arts, Master in Business Administration, Master of Education, Master of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Occupational Therapy and Doctor of Philosophy in Leadership degrees this May.

Kimberly Ciraulo, of Bernville, studied on Alvernia’s Main Campus and will receive a Master of Arts in Community Counseling degree from the university’s School of Graduate & Adult Education.

David Fullem, of Dauberville, studied on Alvernia’s AU: Off-Site and will receive a Master of Business Administration degree from the university’s School of Graduate & Adult Education.

Matthew Walborn, of Leesport, studied on Alvernia’s Main Campus and will receive a Master of Business Administration degree from the university’s School of Graduate & Adult Education.

Maia Frederick, of Hamburg, studied on Alvernia’s Main Campus and will receive a Master of Science in Nursing degree from the university’s School of Graduate & Adult Education.

Alvernia University

Alvernia undergraduate students earn Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Bachelor of Social Work degrees this May.

Nicole Tag, of Hamburg, studied at Alvernia’s Main Campus and will receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies.

Tami-Lynn Bretz, of Hamburg, studied at Alvernia’s Main Campus and will receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies.

Amy Wisser, of Hamburg, studied at Alvernia’s Main Campus and will receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing.

Amanda Strange, of Shoemakersville, studied at Alvernia’s Main Campus and will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and Forensic Science.

Leah Baer, of Mohrsville, studied at Alvernia’s Main Campus and will receive a Bachelor of Science degree magna cum laude in Sport Management.

Elizabert Cintron, of Bernville, studied at Alvernia’s Main Campus and will receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.

Sara Hartline, of Bernville, studied at Alvernia’s Main Campus and will receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.

Tammy Davis, of Bernville, studied at Alvernia’s Main Campus and will receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree magna cum laude.

Zebadiah Sheaman, of Bernville, studied at Alvernia’s Main Campus and will receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.

Millersville University

The following area residents were recognized during Millersville University of Pennsylvania’s Honors and Awards Convocation on April 26, 2014:

Magenta Hensinger, of Kempton, received the Students of Academic Distinction and received the Cecil M. Upton Organic Chemistry Award.

William Myers, of Bernville, received the Jay B. Niesley ‘73 Memorial Student Leadership Award.

Nicholas Geisinger, of Bernville, received the WIXQ Distinguished Service Awards - Program Director Award and received the WIXQ Distinguished Service Awards - Service Award.

Tyler Walthers, of Mohrsville, received the Music Department Foundation Scholarship.

Coastal Carolina University

Alex Fegely, of Bernville, earned a Master of Education in Learning and Teaching.

Fegely was among 1,081 undergraduate and graduate candidates for degrees at Coastal Carolina University’s Spring 2014 commencement ceremony.

Lebanon Valley College

Lebanon Valley College’s 145th Commencement Exercises May 10 graduated 523 students, who received their degrees in the LVC Gymnasium. The 416 graduating seniors were joined by 29 doctor of physical therapy candidates, 78 master’s degree candidates, and 31 students who graduated in December 2013 and have now formally received their degrees.

Sarah Wise, of Bethel, (Tulpehocken High School), who completed a bachelor of science and doctor of physical therapy in health science and Spanish and physical therapy. Wise graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors.

Amy Sterner, of Reading, (Tulpehocken High School), who completed a master of music education in music education.

Melanie Modrick, of Leesport, (Schuylkill Valley High School), who completed a bachelor of science in actuarial science and economics. Modrick graduated with Cum Laude honors.

Brittany Himmelberger, of Bernville, (Tulpehocken High School), who completed a doctor of physical therapy in physical therapy.

Anna Reber, of Bernville, (Tulpehocken High School), who completed a bachelor of arts in music business. Reber graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors.

Michael Specht, of Hamburg, (Hamburg Area Junior-Senior High School), who completed a bachelor of arts in criminal justice.

Edward Luckey, of Leesport, who completed a master of music education in music education.

Lebanon Valley College

Hundreds of students have enrolled at Lebanon Valley College in anticipation of the upcoming fall semester. The Class of 2018 includes students from 15 states who will begin a challenging and sophisticated course of study with some of the most innovative faculty on campus.

Austin Freeman, of Hamburg, who is interested in majoring in actuarial science.

Matthew Prince, of Hamburg, who is interested in majoring in actuarial science.

Jessica Zeiner, of Leesport, who is interested in majoring in biology.

Rachel-Joy Seifrit, of Shoemakersville, who is interested in majoring in music business.

Franklin & Marshall College

Dustin Smith, of Lenhartsville, has made the Honor’s List for Franklin & Marshall College’s fall 2013 semester.

Dustin is the child of Eric N. Smith and Kerry H. Smith and is a graduate of Academy New Church Boys School.

Kutztown University

Ellyn Kershner, of Hamburg, has been inducted into the Lambda Pi Eta National Honor Society for Communication Studies.

Lambda Pi Eta (LPH) is the National Communication Association’s official honor society at four-year colleges and universities. As an accredited member of the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS), Lambda Pi Eta has active chapters at four-year colleges and universities worldwide.

Widener University

Students and recent graduates of Widener University were inducted into the university’s chapter of Alpha Upsilon Alpha, the honor society of the International Reading Association, during the spring semester.

Christina Foehl, from Shoemakersville, was inducted as an AUA member for her academic achievements in Widener’s Ed.D. program.

Alpha Upsilon Alpha was created in 1985 to recognize and encourage scholarship, the development of personal and professional leadership, and service to the field of reading at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Millersville University

The following area residents completed their master’s degree from Millersville University and qualified to walk in spring 2014. The graduate commencement ceremony was held Friday, May 9, 2014 in Millersville’s Pucillo Gymnasium.

Sue A. Shobe, of Hamburg, completed a Master of Social Work degree.

Jaclyn M. Barber, of Leesport, completed a Master of Nursing degree.

Millersville University

The following area residents were among the 1,093 students who graduated from Millersville University of Pennsylvania during the spring 2014 undergraduate commencement ceremony held on Saturday, May 10 at Biemesderfer Stadium at Chryst Field.

Andrew J. Ortiz, of Bernville, graduated earning a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Brock A. Miller, of Lenhartsville, graduated earning a Bachelor of Science degree.

Mary Kate Hudson, of Stouchsburg, graduated earning a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Ryan M. Firestine, of Bernville, graduated earning a Bachelor of Science degree.

Wilkes University awarded 724 doctoral, master’s and bachelor’s degrees to students graduating after the completion of the spring 2014 semester during the University’s 67th annual spring commencement ceremony. The 10 a.m. ceremony for graduate students and 3 p.m. ceremony for undergraduates were held in the Arnaud C. Marts Sports & Conference Center. Graduates marched down South Franklin Street and entered the center to the music of bagpipers leading the procession.

Christopher N. Breiseth, Wilkes University president emeritus, delivered the commencement address for graduate students receiving doctoral and master’s degrees at the morning event. Wilkes alumnus Stelios J. Patsiokas, corporate vice president and chief innovation officer for Sirius XM Satellite Radio, delivered the afternoon address to undergraduates. Both Breiseth and Patsiokas received honorary degrees at the commencement ceremonies. Breiseth received the Doctor of Humane Letters and Patsiokas received the Doctor of Science.

Douglass Shuttleworth, of Leesport, received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.

Eric Stull, of Bernville, received a Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Media.

Jenna Heinly, of Shoemakersville, received a Master of Science in Education.

Connie Tworkoski, of Bernville, received a Master of Science in Education.

York College of Pennsylvania

The following local students received degrees at York College of Pennsylvania’s commencement exercises on May 17.

Michael Bogert, of Bethel, Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Jared Dougherty, of Hamburg, Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.

Tyler Frantz, of Bernville, Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing Cum Laude.

Brandon Rieck, of Mohrsville, Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management.

Jenna Yoder, of Shoemakersville, Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing Cum Laude.

Kutztown University

Celina Hartman, of Mohrsville, was one of 10 freshman and sophomore students to complete the Career Exploration Certificate program at Kutztown University during the 2013-14 academic year.

This certificate program, open to all freshmen and sophomores, helps students gain a greater understanding of themselves and the career development process and become better prepared to choose/confirm a major, research careers, gain related experience through informational interviewing and job shadowing, and plan for a successful internship search. These students are ready to take their first step on the ladder to success.

Kutztown University

Thirty-two junior and seniors completed the Career Success Certificate program during the 2013-14 academic year. This certificate program, open to all juniors and seniors, helps students gain a greater understanding of themselves, employer expectations, effective job search strategies, interview skills, and the role of social media in the hiring process. These students are equipped for their professional job search and are ready to advance on their ladder to success.

Students include:

Kaile Roussin, of Hamburg.

Margaux Mathias, of Leesport.

York College of Pennsylvania

More than 1,200 students were named to the Spring 2014 Dean’s List at York College of Pennsylvania. To be eligible for this honor, a student must be registered for at least 12 academic credit hours and earn a semester GPA of 3.50 or higher.

Michael Bogert, of Bethel, a Senior Mechanical Engineering major.

Morgan George, of Hamburg, a Sophomore Nursing major.

Brandi Mazaika, of Hamburg, a Sophomore Psychology major.

Morgan Rentschler, of Shartlesville, a Sophomore Biology major.

Marisa Waits, of Shoemakersville, a Junior Nursing major.

Sarah Yeager, of Mohrsville, a Sophomore Nursing major.

Juniata College

Three hundred and seventy-two seniors were awarded Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees on Saturday, May 17, during ceremonies marking Juniata College’s 136th Commencement.

Among the graduates is the following local student:

Falon Mackenzie Snyder, of Kempton, daughter of Lisa A. Snyder and Stanley H. Snyder, received a Bachelor of Science degree in preK-4 certification. While at Juniata, she was inducted into Pi Lambda Theta, the education honor society, participated in Big Brothers/Big Sisters and completed her student teaching.Snyder is a 2010 graduate of Allentown Central Catholic High School.

Alvernia University

Harlee Ehrets, of Bernville, earned an Excellence in Service Award from Alvernia’s Holleran Center for Community Engagement for completing at least 100 hours of community service in the last year.

Although Alvernia students are only required to complete 40 hours of community service over four years, Ehrets has gone above and beyond by completing more than 100 hours in just one year.

Messiah College

The following students were named to the dean’s list for the 2014 spring semester at Messiah College:

Bethel resident Katelyn Boltz is a junior majoring in nursing.

Hamburg resident Daniel Eckert is a junior majoring in communication.

Hamburg resident Joanna Frederick is a senior majoring in nursing.

Bethel resident Regina Stump is a senior majoring in health and exercise science.

Elizabethtown College

Louisa Umberger, Early Childhood Education major from Hamburg, performed in “Latch”, “It’s Raining Men” and “I Will Wait” in the May 2014 Emotion Dance Spring Showcase at Elizabethtown College.

Widener University

Ann Jackson, of Shoemakersville, graduated from Widener University’s School of Nursing on May 17. On Friday, May 16 students participated in a Nightingale Ceremony, a traditional pinning ceremony for graduating nursing students, reflecting the values and traditions of the profession.

University of the Sciences

Jonathan Kline, of Bernville, \received a bachelor of science in pharmaceutical and healthcare studies degree from University of the Sciences. A bachelor’s degree conferment ceremony was held on Friday, May 16, 2014, to recognize the graduates.

Students in the master of occupational therapy, doctor of occupational therapy, doctor of physical therapy, and doctor of pharmacy programs were eligible to earn a bachelor’s degree as they continue their matriculation toward their professional degrees.

Kline now continues on a path towards a a doctor of pharmacy degree.

Elizabethtown College

Rosanne Kunkle, of Mohrsville, graduated from Elizabethtown College, May 17, 2014, with a bachelor’s degree in business administration - human resource management.

Bob Jones University

The following student is among the nearly 1,400 Bob Jones University students named to the Dean’s List for grades achieved during the Spring 2014 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must earn a 3.0 GPA.

David Le, of Mohrsville. Le is a Sophomore Exercise Science major.

Elizabethtown College announces the names of students whose outstanding academic performances have earned them recognition on the spring 2014 dean’s list. The following students from your area are included:

Marissa Marko, of Shartlesville.

Brianna Bashore, of Bernville,

Lebanon Valley College has announced its Dean’s List recipients for the spring 2014 semester. Dean’s list students must maintain a GPA of at least 3.4 out of 4.0. Local students include:

Cody Manmiller, of Shoemakersvle, a graduate of Hamburg Area Junior-Senior High School in pursuit of a bachelor of arts in English.

Katelyn Schumaker, of Hamburg, a graduate of Hamburg Area Junior-Senior High School in pursuit of a bachelor of science in accounting.

Lauren Grauer, of Mohrsville, a graduate of Schuylkill Valley High School in pursuit of a bachelor of science in early childhood education and special education.

Brittany Dierwechter, of Hamburg, a graduate of Hamburg Area Junior-Senior High School in pursuit of a bachelor of science in health science.

Connor Feeney, of Leesport, a graduate of Schuylkill Valley High School in pursuit of a bachelor of science in health science.

Justin Mengel, of Hamburg, a graduate of Hamburg Area Junior-Senior High School in pursuit of a bachelor of science in music education.

Kirstin Luckenbill, of Bernville, a graduate of Tulpehocken High School in pursuit of a bachelor of science in music education.

Sarah Wise, of Bethel, a graduate of Tulpehocken High School in pursuit of a bachelor of science in health science and Spanish.

Kutztown University has released the names of the 2014 Spring Semester Dean’s List. The list includes 1,759 students. To be eligible for Dean’s List, an undergraduate student must be registered for at least 12 credits and have a minimum grade point average of 3.60.

Dean’s List Students Include:

Emily M, Becker, of Hamburg.

Kaitlynn Noel Becker, of Bernville.

Alicia N. Bohn, of Lenhartsville.

Dale A. Bond, of Lenhartsville.

Patrick L. Bond, of Lenhartsville.

Erin Lynn Bower, of Hamburg.

Nicole L. Bowman, of Mohrsville.

Jarred J. Brunner, of Leesport.

Yeardley Yvonne Burns, of Bernville.

Allison J. Epting, of Hamburg.

Travis L. Fair, of Mohrsville.

Kayla Louise Fusselman, of Kempton.

Sarah Gingrich, of Leesport.

Andrew T. Goulet, of Mohrsville.

Celina Coral Hartman, of Mohrsville.

Stephen Anthony Hilborn, of Shoemakersville.

Nicholas F. Imbesi, of Mohrsville.

Jessica L. Jordan, of Leesport.

Kellie C. Jurgill, of Lenhartsville.

Alexandra Lee Katzenmoyer, of Leesport.

Mallory J. Keim, of Shoemakersville.

Ellyn Elizabeth Kershner, of Hamburg.

Alexa Rae Korber, of Bernville.

Alyssa Lynn Kriner, of Dauberville.

Bethann Louise Kulp, of Hamburg.

Kara Marie Leibensperger, of Kempton.

Michelle Eva-Marie Lightcap, of Hamburg.

Jordana Lynn Miano, of Leesport.

Joseph Harley Painter, of Mohrsville.

Jordan Rebecca Rassler, of Kempton.

Darryl R. Schucker, of Kempton.

Andrew Joseph Seligman, of Hamburg.

Cortney Elizabeth Sensenig, of Hamburg.

Jayna Alexandra Snyder, of Lehnartsville.

Joseph W. Snyder, of Leesport.

Laura A. Sohmer, of Lenhartsville.

Jared Kevin Spatola, of Leesport.

Jackson Tyler Stabile, of Lenhartsville.

Aliyah T. Stevens, of Bernville.

Timothy Lee Trexler, of Hamburg.

Carolyn Marie Wasser, of Lenhartsville.

Devon Cady Weidenhammer, of Hamburg.

Christopher David Weiss, of Mohrsville.

Nicole Sara Wessner, of Bethel.

Amanda Louise Wilson, of Leesport.

Abigail B. Young, of Hamburg.

Tyler G. Zimmerman, of Kempton.

DeSales University

On Saturday, May 17, local students graduated from DeSales University. During the ceremony, DeSales President Fr. Bernard O’Connor, OSFS, conferred degrees upon 440 graduating students, including traditional undergraduates, graduate students, and ACCESS students.

Those graduating included:

Ryan Bechtel, of Lenhartsville, graduated with a bachelor of science in chemistry and criminal justice.

Amanda Heberling, of Bethel, graduated with a bachelor of science in nursing in nursing.

Laura Lewis, of Shoemakersville, graduated with a bachelor of arts in early childhood elem education prek-4.

Antonio Perez, of Shartlesville, graduated with a bachelor of arts in theatre.

Cynthia Vuksta, of Hamburg, graduated with a bachelor of science in nursing in nursing.

Elizabethtown College recognized the accomplishments of the graduating class of 2014. On Saturday, May 17, the following students earned degrees:

Christopher Hartman, of Leesport, earned a bachelor’s degree in Accounting.

Marissa Marko, of Shartlesville, earned a bachelor’s degree magna cum laude in Psychology.

Emily Peters, of Lenhartsville, earned a bachelor’s degree cum laude in Health & Occupation.

Millersville University

The following local residents have been named to Millersville University of Pennsylvania’s Dean’s List for the spring 2014 semester:

Alexandru Diudea, of Bernville.

Joshua Hay, of Hamburg.

Magenta Hensinger, of Kempton.

Marissa Kauffman, of Leesport.

Jaime Vazquez Velazquez, of Bernville.

Olivia Webber, of Bernville.

The 1,301 students named to Millersville University’s spring 2014 Dean’s List earned a semester grade-point-average of 3.50 or higher and attempted at least 12 credits of course work.

Albright College

Some Albright College students are forgoing the beach and pool for the laboratory and library. They are spending their summer participating in an Albright Creative Research Experience (ACRE), a multi-disciplinary program that affords students the opportunity to conduct research or pursue creative endeavors during the summer break or three-week January Interim.

Devin Fisher, a junior biochemistry/biotechnology track major from Bernville,) has been selected to conduct an ACRE project. Fisher’s project is “Understanding the mechanism of CD4 T-cell inhibition by Ectromelia virus.” Her faculty adviser is assistant professor of biology Adam Herpserger, Ph.D.

Kevin Yeagle, a junior biochemistry major from Leesport, has been selected to conduct an ACRE project. Yeagle’s project is “Catalytic Activity of Aluminum Amidate Complexes.” His faculty adviser is assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry Christopher Graves, Ph.D.

Hofstra University

Jacob Fruchtl, of Kempton, achieved a perfect 4.0 GPA during the Spring 2014 semester, earning a spot on the Provost’s List. Jacob is a sophomore majoring in Music.

Mansfield University

A total of 491 Mansfield University students have been named to to spring 2014 Dean’s List. To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must attend the university full-time and attain at least a 3.5 GPA for the semester.

The following area students earned the honor:

Nicole Emerich, of Bethel.

Brianna Reed, of Leesport.

Emily Steffens, of Bernville.

Avery Yoder, of Hamburg.

Albright College

The following local students were recognized for academic achievements and service to the community at the annual Albright College Honors & Awards Ceremony on May 4, 2014:

Mary Hartranft, of Bernville, a junior sociology/family studies/early childhood education major, received Patricia Shearer Mertz Teaching Award.

True Kessler, of Bethel, a freshman English major, received Professor Clyde Harding Awards for Outstanding Scholarship in English and Communications.

Widener University

The residents listed below earned their associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degrees from Widener University during the annual Commencement Ceremonies on May 16 and 17. The university presented degrees to August 2013, December 2013 and May 2014 graduates during the ceremonies.

Michele White, of Bernville, a Doctor of Education degree in School Administration.

Ann Jackson, of Shoemakersville, a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.

Lycoming College

The following students graduated from Lycoming College on May 4:

Teresa Bernstein, Bernville, graduated with a degree in German and religion.

Sarah Fetherolf, Hamburg, graduated with a degree in biology .

Elizabethtown College recognizes the students who earned acceptance into Alpha Lambda Delta, a national honor society for first-year students.

To be inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta, a student must be enrolled fulltime in a baccalaureate program and maintain a 3.5 grade point average during their first term. In addition, the student must be in the top 20 percent of his or her class. Students meeting these requirements may then be invited to join the honor society. Students are members for life and have access to a variety of educational opportunities and scholarships.

Brianna Bashore, of Bernville.

Jacob Lenkiewicz, of Shartlesville.

Louisa Umberger, of Hamburg.

Lincoln Memorial University has announced Dean’s List for the Spring semester of 2014. Emily Schell, of Bethel, was recognized for academic excellence during the spring semester. To be placed on the Dean’s List, the student must be a full-time undergraduate and have a 3.5 grade point average for the semester.

Wilkes University Provost Anne A. Skleder announces the Dean’s List for the Spring 2014 Semester. To be named to the Dean’s List, students must earn a minimum 3.4 grade point average and carry at least 12 credits.

The University extends its congratulations to the following students:

Abigail Boltz, of Bethel.

Joshua Brown, of Hamburg.

Amber Dietrich, of Strausstown.

Alexandria King, of Shoemakersville.

Danielle Koch, of Leesport.

Seth Kunkel, of Hamburg.

Joshua Peters, of Lenhartsville.

Bucknell University

Victoria Resh, Hamburg, daughter of Thomas and Monika Resh and a 2010 graduate of Hamburg Area High School, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Behavior.

Morrisville State College

Britni Kuhns, a resident of Kempton, graduated from Morrisville State College in May with a degree in Animal Science - Dairy.

Messiah College

The following local students were among the 734 students to graduate from Messiah College on May 17 during the College’s annual commencement.

Hamburg resident Joanna Frederick. Frederick graduated magna cum laude with a degree in nursing.

Hamburg resident Zachary Kantner. Kantner graduated summa cum laude with a degree in business information systems.

DeSales University

The following DeSales University students were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2014 semester.

Ryan T. Bechtel, of Lenhartsville, a chemistry major.

Amanda L. Heberling, of Bethel, a nursing major.

Elizabeth A. Kissinger, of Hamburg, a medical studies major.

Amanda L. Miller, of Mohrsville, a medical studies major.

Clarion University

Lauren Zezenski, of Bernville, was named to the dean’s list for the spring 2014 semester at Clarion University by earning a QPA of 3.5 or higher. Zezenski is pursuing a/an BS MMCS JR degree.

Alvernia University

The following students have been named to Alvernia University’s Dean’s List for the spring 2014 semester.

Senior Sara Hartline, of Bernville. A graduate of Antietam High School. Hartline is a Nursing major.

Sophomore Shaina Dailey, of Hamburg. A graduate of Hamburg Area High School. Dailey is a Psychology major.

Sophomore Rachael Eberhardt, of Hamburg. A graduate of Hamburg Area High School. Eberhardt is a Occupational Therapy major.

Freshman Christopher Fritz, of Mohrsville. A graduate of Hamburg Area High School. Fritz is a Criminal Justice major.

Junior Brittany Kurtz, of Shoemakersville. A graduate of Hamburg Area High School. Kurtz is a Nursing major.

Freshman Aaron Nabozny, of Hamburg. A graduate of Hamburg Area High School. Nabozny is a Criminal Justice major.

Senior Nicole Tag, of Hamburg. A graduate of Hamburg Area High School. Tag is a Liberal Studies major.

Junior Harmony Hix, of Shartlesville. A graduate of Hamburg High School. Hix is a Business Management major.

Sophomore Jeanne Zielinski, of Bernville. A graduate of Jacksonville High School. Zielinski is a Nursing major.

Freshman Mackenzie DelVecchio, of Leesport. A graduate of King’s Academy. DelVecchio is a Sport Management major.

Junior Lauren Behney, of Kempton. A graduate of Kutztown Area High School. Behney is a Behavioral Health major.

Junior Slate Kleinsmith, of Kempton. A graduate of Kutztown Area High School. Kleinsmith is a Criminal Justice major.

Senior Leah Baer, of Mohrsville. A graduate of Schuylkill Valley High School. Baer is a Sport Management major.

Senior Alissa Yenser, of Bernville. A graduate of Schuylkill Valley High School. Yenser is a Athletic Training major.

Junior Robert Block, of Hamburg. Block is a Business Management major.

Providence College

Austin King, a resident of Kempton, and a member of the class of 2016, has been named to the Dean’s List at Providence College for the Spring 2014 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must achieve at least a 3.55 grade point average with a minimum of 12 credits.

Rochester Institute of Technology

Courtney Balousek, of Mohrsville, who is in the game design and development program in RIT’s B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, made the Dean’s List for the Spring 2013-2014 semester.