Mital Patel, of Laurel, a doctor of pharmacy student, was named to the dean's list at the University of the Sciences, in Philadelphia.
The following Laurel students graduated from College of Notre Dame of Maryland, in Baltimore: Daniel Boateng, Master of Arts; Paris Johnson, Master of Arts; Jacquelyn Winston, Master of Arts; Jessica Berman, Bachelor of Arts; Diane Cabrales, Master of Arts; Cortney Rhodes, Bachelor of Arts, cum laude; Shayna Wise, Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude; Claudia Guilbeau-Brand, Master of Science; and Rebecca Mohnasky, Bachelor of Arts.
Breanna Gray, daughter of Ben and Chris Gray, of Laurel, graduated from the University of Virginia, in Charlottesville, Va., with a Bachelor of Arts in foreign affairs and French. She has been accepted into the accelerated Master's program in public policy at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia.
The following Laurel residents graduated from Salisbury University: Brian Allen, Bachelor of Science in accounting; Stacey Bowley, Bachelor of Science in nursing; Chris Bundens, Bachelor of Arts in English, cum laude; Shannon Cahalan, Bachelor of Arts in communications arts cum laude; Ashley Midkiff, Bachelor of Arts in political science; Kevin Morgan, Bachelor of Arts in communications arts; and Dana Zellers, Master of Arts in English.
The following Laurel students were named to the dean's list at Virginia Tech, in Blacksburg, Va.: Kristina Clevinger, sophomore in psychology in College of Science; Trevor Johnson, senior in civil engineering in College of Engineering; Jennifer Porter, senior in biological sciences in College of Science; Alex Arciero, senior in ocean engineering in College of Engineering; Katelynn Fedele, freshman in university studies; Kristin Hoover, sophomore in architecture in College of Architecture and Urban Studies; Susan Kemp, junior in human nutrition, foods and exercise in College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; Emma Schmidt, freshman in English in College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences; Rebecca Smoot, senior in hospitality and tourism management in Pamplin College of Business; and Melissa Devlin, junior in mathematics in College of Science.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun