Meghan Poisal, daughter of Thomas and Susie Poisal, Catonsville, merited dean's list recognition for the spring semester at Towson University. An alumna of Mount de Sales Academy, this rising junior is majoring in mass communications with a double track in marketing and public relations.
Bucknell University released dean's list standings for the spring term. Two Catonsville students were included:
Lindsey Ferro, a 2010 graduate of Notre Dame Preparatory School and daughter of Albert and Theresa Ferro.
Lisa Tostanoski graduated from McDonogh School. William and Gerry Tostanoski are her parents.
Colgate University, Hamilton, N.Y., announced that Andrew Woizesko received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a concentration in geography May 15.
He belonged to Gamma Sigma Alpha national honor society and to Delta Upsilon fraternity, where he served as environmental sustainability chairman and achieved Patriot League academic honor roll for the fall and spring semesters.
Woizesko also played four years of Division 1 AA varsity football, participated in fundraising efforts for Uplifting Athletics and volunteered for alumni reunion weekends.
An alumnus of Catonsville High School, he is the son of Roger and Carrie Woizesko, who reside in Catonsville.
The following Catonsville students merited dean's list recognition for the spring term at Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Pa.:
• Sarah Holland, a graduate of Catonsville High School and a rising sophomore, majoring in liberal arts.
• Morgan Jackson, a rising junior carrying a biology major. A 2009 alumna of Catonsville High School, she is the daughter of Matthew and Denise Jackson.
On May 26, Amber Schmale graduated from Howard County Community College's nursing program. A 2003 alumna of Catonsville High School, she is the daughter of David Schmale, who lives in Catonsville, and Lisa Schmale-Alvear, of Pasadena.
Schmale has accepted a position at Harbor Hospital Center.
Catonsville resident Christina Eichelman graduated from the University of Delaware in May with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing.
During her collegiate career, she earned dean's list recognition for eight semesters; was president of the Student Nurse Organization; earned the School of Nursing Award and was presenter of the undergraduate student address.
Eichelman has accepted a critical care internship position at the Christina Care Health System in Newark, Del.
Tom and Helen Eichelman are her parents.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun