GROVE CITY COLLEGE: The following area residents were named to the dean's list for the spring 2012 semester at Grove City College: Megan Rossi, a freshman PreK-8 special education and a 2011 graduate of New Covenant Christian School, is the daughter of Robert and Lynne Rossi from Bel Air; Chelsea Snyder, a senior mathematics major and a 2008 graduate of C. Milton Wright High School, is the daughter of Robert and Jennifer Snyder from Bel Air; Stephanie Espeland, a senior biology major and a 2008 graduate of Bel Air High School, is the daughter of Dave and Barbara Espeland from Bel Air; Kevin King, a senior mechanical engineering major with high distinction and a 2007 graduate of John Carroll School, is the son of David and Cynthia King from Bel Air; and Jamie Sell, a senior music education major with high distinction and a 2008 graduate of Fallston High School, is the daughter of Paul and Dianne Sell from Forest Hill.

DAVIS & ELKINS COLLEGE: Victoria Gustitis, a recreation management and tourism major at Davis & Elkins College in Elkins, W.Va., was named to the spring 2012 dean's list. Gustitis is the daughter of John and Marianna Gustitis of Fallston. Students on the Davis & Elkins dean's list must earn a 3.6 GPA on a 4.0 scale while taking a minimum of 12 semester hours.

RANDOLPH-MACON COLLEGE: Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Va., recently awarded degrees to David Darwin, of Abingdon, who graduated Cum Laude with bachelors of science in mathematics and computer science; Matthew Webster, of Aberdeen, who graduated with a bachelor of arts in environmental studies and a minor in accounting.

THE COLLEGE AT BROCKPORT: The College at Brockport, State University of New York, recently named Susan Stewart-Craig of Bel Air, to the dean's list for the spring 2012 semester. Students who achieve a 3.40–3.69 are named to the dean's list.


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MARIST COLLEGE: Madeline Bergeron, of Bel Air, is a member of the Class of 2012 who majored in fashion merchandising, and Daniel Collery, of Belcamp, is a member of the Class of 2012 who majored in " administration, were named to the Marist College Dean's List for the spring 2012 semester.

NOTRE DAME OF MARYLAND UNIVERSITY: The following local residents were among those receiving degrees from Notre Dame of Maryland University May 26: Antoinette Caporellie, of Havre de Grace, bachelor of arts in business, cum laude; Albert Jones, of Aberdeen, bachelor of arts in business; Theresa Moyer, of Perryville, bachelor of arts in business; Dionnesha Waters, of Aberdeen, bachelor of arts in communication arts; Donna Jacobs, of Aberdeen, bachelor of arts in liberal arts; Cherish Deaver, of Fallston, bachelor of arts in biology; Nicole Walters, of Joppa, bachelor of arts in biology; Darrell Bowman, of White Hall, bachelor of arts in business; Danielle Burgess, of Abingdon, bachelor of arts in business; Deanna Durazzo, of Joppa, bachelor of arts in business; Jessica Green-Farley, of Belcamp, bachelor of arts in business, magna cum laude; Albert Jones, of Aberdeen, bachelor of arts in business; Terry Ramey, of Joppa, bachelor of arts in business, magna cum laude; Augusta Van Meter, of Whiteford, bachelor of arts in business; Chelsea Windsor, of Forest Hill, bachelor of arts in business; Dionnesha Waters, of Aberdeen, bachelor of arts in communication arts; Joseph Sieling, of Abingdon, bachelor of arts in elementary education/liberal studies, magna cum laude; Rachel Novak, of Edgewood, bachelor of arts of arts in human services, sigma cum laude; Consuelo Cook, of Joppa, bachelor of arts in liberal arts; Jill Hoch, of Joppa, bachelor of arts in liberal arts; Donna Jacobs, of Aberdeen, bachelor of arts in liberal arts; Susan Waldhauser, of Fallston, bachelor of arts in liberal arts, magna cum laude; Mary Lou Siebert, of Forest Hill, bachelor of arts in marketing communications; Brittany Barakat, of Edgewood, bachelor of arts in psychology; Casey Vaughan, of Street, bachelor of arts in psychology; Natalie Hilber, of Bel Air, bachelor of arts in nursing; Amy McCourt, of Forest Hill, bachelor of arts in nursing; Julia Schott, of Pylesville, bachelor of arts in nursing; Denise Daiker, of Joppa, bachelor of arts in radiological sciences; Casey Payne, of Bel Air, master of arts in contemporary communication; Melissa Plummer, of Belcamp, master of arts in contemporary communication; Kim Atkins, of Bel Air, master of arts in leadership and management; Jennifer Barilow, of Abingdon, master of arts in leadership and management; Diane DiBerardo, of Abingdon, master of arts in leadership and management; Kathryn Hamilton, of Belcamp, master of arts in leadership and management; Gail Becker, of Bel Air, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; Christine Cook, of Baldwin, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; Katie Cooper, of Abingdon, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; Melissa Davidson, of Perryville, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; Brei-Anna Edwards, of Aberdeen, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; Roberta Fleming, of Bel Air, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; Ryan Folmer, of Aberdeen, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; Vicki Hicks, of Forest Hill, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; Wayne Kern, of Bel Air, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; Jennifer Perdomo, of Abingdon, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; Angela Roe, of Abingdon, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; John White, of Bel Air, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; Amber Wolff, of Abingdon, master of arts in Leadership in Teaching; Kristen Barry, of Bel Air, master of arts in teaching; Joshua Conner, of Bel Air master of arts in teaching; Stephanie Jones, of Bel Air, master of arts in teaching; Bonnie Lyon, of Edgewood, master of arts in teaching; Lauren Moore, of Churchville, master of arts in teaching; Meredith Parkinson, of Fallston, master of arts in teaching; Louis Romm, of Forest Hill, master of arts in teaching; Meaghan Sliwka, of Fallston, master of arts in teaching; Sharon DeVoe, of Pylesville, master of science in nursing; Kimberly Dietrich, of Street, master of science in nursing; Heather Hammond, of Abingdon master of science in nursing; Clint Morris, of Bel Air, master of science in nursing; Jessica Powers, of Joppa, master of science in nursing; Marnille Theriault, of Abingdon, master of science in nursing.

UNIVERSITY OF THE SCIENCES: Jeffrey Brian Bates II, of Joppa, graduated from University of the Sciences during a ceremony May 23 in Philadelphia, Pa. Bates graduated cum laude with a doctor of physical therapy degree. He is the son of Jeff and Charlene Bates.

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE: The following students have been named to the University of Delaware's dean's list for spring 2012: Colleen Allen of Forest Hill; Julie Angelini of Havre de Grace; Josephine Aquino of Abingdon; Jonathon Baker of Edgewood; Matthew Bittle of Fallston; Rachel Borkoski of Havre de Grace; Kelsey Brinkman of Bel Air; Ryan Burghauser of Forest Hill; Marcela Ciappi of Bel Air; Emily Cline of White Hall; Laura Deptol of Street; Justine Feaster of Abingdon; Lindsey Golczewski of Bel Air; Rebecca Gounaris of Fallston; Rachael Green of Havre De Grace; Mark Griesinger of Bel Air; Amber Griffith of Bel Air; Leah Hall of Jarrettsville; Charles Hergesheimer of Bel Air; Lauren Hines of Bel Air; Aaron Hopkins of Havre De Grace; Drew Hornischer of Bel Air; Allison Jarboe of Forest Hill; Melanie Kirkpatrick of Bel Air; Lauren Knaide of Bel Air; Andrew Kness of Jarrettsville; Catherine Kuklinski of Bel Air; Justin Lai of Bel Air; Sara Laskowski of Aberdeen; Timothy Lozinak of Churchville; Joshua Martin of Bel Air; Ryan Meisel of Jarrettsville; Colleen O'Shea of Bel Air; Kathryn Provonche of Churchville; Allison Regester of Bel Air; Nicole Robitaille of Bel Air; Andrew Russell of Forest Hill; Elizabeth Santangelo of Fallston; Lindsay Satterfield of Joppa; Andrew Schott of Churchville; Michael Schott of Churchville; Cassandra Simons of Bel Air; Olivia Smith of Churchville; Barry Tapp of Belcamp; Kimberly Trinchere of Bel Air; Caroline Volker of Bel Air; Christopher Volker of Bel Air; Laura White of Bel Air; Brian Wilson of Fallston; and Lauren Workmeister of Fallston. To meet eligibility requirements for the Dean's List, a student must be enrolled full-time and earn a GPA of 3.33 or above (on a 4.0 scale) for the semester.

MARYLAND INSTITUTE COLLEGE OF ART: Jessica Rowe, of Joppa, graduated May 14 from the Maryland Institute College of Art, 1300 W. Mount Royal Ave. in Baltimore with a degree in drawing, cum laude. She is the daughter of Brenda Ripple and James Rowe.

DENISON UNIVERSITY: McKenzie Bowen Hull of Baldwin was awarded a bachelor of arts, cum laude, from Denison University May 13. Hull graduated with a major in economics and a minor in psychology. A consistent dean's list student, Hull was awarded a National Merit Scholarship, a Paschal Carter Scholarship and a Park National Bank Economics Scholarship.

SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY: Kevin Matejka, a resident of Whiteford and a sophomore at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, is listed on the honor roll. To be listed on the SMU honor roll, students must be in the top 15 percent of their school of record. SMU's Spring 2012 enrollment included 10,471 students.

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY: Sarah Willey of Abingdon and Jacqueline Murphy of Edgewood graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University's Metropolitan Campus in May.

WIDENER LAW: Connie Renegar-Robey of Edgewood was one of 29 distinguished Widener Law alumni stood before the justices of theU.S. Supreme Court on Monday, June 18 and took the oath to become members of the Supreme Court Bar.

CORNELL UNIVERSITY: The following students from Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., on May 27: Wade Simmons of Forest Hill, with a bachelor of science in science of natural and environmental systems; Wade Simmons of Forest Hill, with a bachelor of science in inter-agriculture and rural development; Craig DeFrancisco of Forest Hill, with a bachelor of science in industrial and labor relations and Robert Crosby of Monkton, with a bachelor of architecture in architecture.

GENEVA COLLEGE: Rachel Kuegler of Bel Air, a senior biology major, has been named to the dean's list for the 2011-12 spring semester at Geneva College. Dean's list status is awarded to students who earn a 3.6 grade point average or better.

LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE: Caitlin D. Schlaline of Stewartstown, Pa., a early childhood education and special education major and graduate of Susquehannock High School, has been named a Valley Ambassador at Lebanon Valley College. Valley Ambassadors work with the Office of Admission to conduct campus tours for prospective students and their families. They rely on their own experiences to portray Lebanon Valley to potential and incoming students. All can cite College facts and figures, but the tour focuses more on life at LVC.