Geneva College dean’s list 2013 Rochester Institute of Technology dean’s list Coker College honors student Honorary student organization inductees Graduates May 2013 graduates from Alvernia University
Caleb Leibee of Reinholds, a biology major and Anne McEllhenney of Stevens, a middle school education major, both students at Geneva College.
The following local residents made the dean’s list for winter 2013 quarter at Rochester Institute of Technology: Jordan Sellers of Denver, a second-year student in RIT’s B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences.
Coker College student Timothy Sinnott has recently been named to the 2012 Conference Carolinas Fall Presidential Honor Roll. Sinnott is a senior criminology major from Denver.
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology inducted 49 new members into the honorary student organization Phi Theta Kappa. Local students include Matthew McLaughlin of Reinholds, Gavin Russell of Stevens, Brianna Zeiset of Denver, Mark Messner of Denver and Vernon Whittaker of Reinholds.
Jasmine Cassel of Denver was recently inducted into the Pi of New York Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at Elmira College as the newest member of the honor society.
Kelsey Brooker of Stevens and Emily Endy of Denver were granted an achievement for being inducted into Phi Kappa Phi at The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
Dustin Martin graduated from Grove City College on Dec. 18, 2012. Dustin earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History with certification in social studies secondary education. Dustin is a 2009 graduate of Cocalico Senior High School and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Martin (Carol) from Stevens.
Philip Leath Graduated from the University of Delaware
William Charles Boerstler of Denver, received a B.A. in criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Vincent Louis DiMarco of Denver, who is earning a bachelor of arts degree in marketing.
Zechariah Fortuna of Denver, is earning a bachelor of science degree in biology medical technology.
Gauying Kha of Denver is earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing .
Lebanon Valley College has recognized its first-semester freshmen and transfer students for making an impact on the campus as a new student. Amy C. Major of Reinholds, a freshman English major and Corah M. Holler of Denver, a freshman open major were both recognized.
Jordan L. Weaver of Denver was honored at Lebanon Valley College’s annual spring awards and recognition ceremony April 18. The ceremony was part of Inquiry 2013, a week-long celebration of the scholarly, scientific, and creative achievements of the student body.