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Nina R. GundrumTrefny inducted into honor society Resident makes dean’s list Two named to Gettysburg list Student graduates from seminary Bucknell announces list Shrom receives scholarship
Andrew Trefny, of Denver, was selected for membership in Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society.
The organization is open to freshmen students who achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. IUP’s Phi Eta Sigma chapter members participate in a number of projects annually, ranging from blood drives for the American Red Cross to volunteer service with the IUP Allegheny Arboretum project.
Trefny, a regional planning and German major, is the son of Paul and Terry Ann Trefny and is a 2010 graduate of Cocalico High School. He is also a member of Gamma Theta Upsilon, the Geography Honors Societ, and the Residence Hall Council. Nina R. Gundrum, of Adamstown, has been named to the dean’s list for the second quarter at Rochester Institute of Technology in New York. A sophomore student in RIT’s School Human Sciences, Gundrum is studying psychology.
Gundrum, the daughter of the Rev. David and Donna Gundrum, she is a 2009 graduate of Lititz Christian School. Sophomore Alyssa Bosold, of Reinholds, and freshman Kathryn Bucolo, of Denver, were placed on Gettysburg College’s dean’s honor list. Joel Roberts, of Stevens, was among 28 graduates recognized during Evangelical Theological Seminary’s 56th annual commencement May 14. He earned a master of arts in marriage and family therapy. Reinholds resident Christin E. Cooper, daughter of Gloria and Stephen Powell, and Michael Cooper of Denver, was named to Bucknell Univeristy’s dean’s list. She was a graduate of Cocalico High School. Bethany Shrom, a Cocalico High School student, was recently awarded partial tuition to the YTI Career Institute. She was one of six area high school students that earned the scholarship based on talent and motivation. She will study to become a medical assistant.