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June 20, 2010
Times Leader

Kelsie Bahmer of Barnesville is among 625 students named to the spring semester Dean's List at Ohio Wesleyan University. Bahmer also is a graduate of Barnesville High School. To qualify for Dean's List recognition, Ohio Wesleyan students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale in at least three unit courses.

Jenna Beadle of Jewett, is on the Dean's List for the spring semester of 2010 at Ashland University. She is the daughter of Jeffrey and Susan Beadle and is majoring in political science. To be eligible for this honor, a student must be enrolled full time and achieve at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Bowling Green State University has announced the following undergraduate students have been named to the spring semester Dean's List for achieving grade point averages of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale.??To be chosen for the Dean's List, undergraduate students must carry no fewer than 12 letter-graded credit hours per semester.

Nathan Crozier of Bellaire - College of Arts and Sciences

Rebecca Lewis of St. Clairsville - Academic Enhancement

THE UNIVERSITY of Akron Commencement ceremonies were held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 7, 8 and 9, at the E. J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall on campus.

The following students received their degrees:

Belmont - Michelle Ondrick, bachelor of science in education Bethesda - Nathan Andears, bachelor of arts

Bloomingdale - Dylan Pendelton, bachelor of science

Cadiz - Laci Mason and Audrey Puskarich, bachelor of arts Jonathan Stewart, bachelor of science, surveying and mapping technology

Flushing - Christopher Rudnick, bachelor of science, electronic engineering technology

Mingo Junction - Zachary Della Penna, bachelor of science, chemical engineering

St. Clairsville - Nicole Cattran, bachelor of science in accounting; Eric Francis, bachelor of science in education; Adam Myser, bachelor of science in business administration - marketing; Raymond Nelson, bachelor of arts, mass media-communication; Jordan Theaker, bachelor of science, labor economics; Cassandra Verardi, bachelor of arts, business and organizational communication;

Scio - Anna Blackstone, bachelor of science in business administration, marketing;

Shadyside - Dana Harris, associate of applied science, community services technology

Yorkville - Ali Bonomo, bachelor of arts, interior design

Adam Mysar, marketing management major, received the Gold A-Key Award from The University of Akron. This acknowledgment is a L.I.F.E. (Legacy, Integrity, Fellowship and Excellence) Award, which recognizes and honors the leadership, excellence, distinction, achievements and support of the University's organizations, activities, students and faculty/staff. The Gold A-Key Award recognizes Mysar's involvement and contributions to the University both inside and outside the classroom. Nominees for the Gold A-Key Award are rated on a point system which values "periods of involvement". These "periods of involvement" include student government, committees, scholarship, athletics, and performing arts among others. Mysar is a native of St. Clairsville and graduated from St. Clairsville High School in 2006.

Ezekiel Rockwell finished his Junior year at Wilmington College, on the Dean's list, for spring term, 2010. Zeke is the son of Thomas Rockwell of Barnesville and Normie Rockwell of Belmont, and is studying psychology. He is the grandson of Florence Rockwell, Barnesville.

MORGANTOWN - Two local residents were awarded Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degrees from the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy.

Ryan Bane of Wheeling, W.Va., and David M. Cole of Martins Ferry, Ohio, are members of the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy Class of 2010.

Dr. Bane is the son of Rodney and Lori Bane. While studying at the WVU School of Pharmacy, he served as the Heartburn Awareness campaign co-chair of the American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP). Bane also received the Ohio/Marshall County Pharmacists Association Scholarship. Bane graduated summa cum laude and will be employed in community practice in Parkersburg, W.Va.

Dr. Cole is the son of Raymond and Charlene Cole. Cole will be employed in community practice in New Martinsville, W.Va.

For more information about the WVU School of Pharmacy, visit www.hsc.wvu.edu/sop/

 
 

 

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