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Carroll County Education

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Grace Fulton, of Finksburg, was named to the president's list for fall 2018 at the University of South Carolina, Aiken . To earn this distinction, Fulton had to be enrolled as a full-time student and maintain a 4.0 GPA.

Lydia Rogers, of Mount Airy, was named to the fall honors list for the 2018-2019 academic year at Concordia University, Mequon, Wisconsin. Rogers is a sophomore in fashion merchandising. To be eligible for the list, students must achieve a minimum 3.60 GPA.


Grace Santos, of Taneytown, has been named to the dean's list for the fall 2018 semester at Alvernia University, Reading, Pennsylvania. As a junior in the fall, the Francis Scott Key High School graduate studied athletic training. To be eligible for dean's list, students must carry a semester GPA of 3.5 or better and take a minimum of 12 credits.

Alyson Lillibridge, of Finksburg; and Megan Scocco, of New Windsor, were named to the dean's list for the fall 2018 semester at the University of Findlay, in Ohio. To earn this achievement, a student must attain a grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.


Sarah Ritter, of Hampstead, was one of more than 400 individuals awarded a Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania degree at the fall 2018 commencement ceremonies on Dec. 14-15. Ritter was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in biology.

Christopher Orwig, of Taneytown, graduated from St. Cloud State University, Minnesota. Commencement ceremonies took place Dec. 21, 2018. Orwig received a Master of Science, public safety executive leadership.

Carroll County area students were named to the dean's list for the fall 2018 semester at Salisbury University: Eldersburg area: Courtney Ackerman, Nicholas Feehley, Arianna Lange, Michael Lintz and Madison Sales; Finksburg area: Andrew Borden and Samantha Walsh; Hampstead area: Cameron Ament, Gavin Cwiek, Madison Jermain, Riley Larrimore, Conner Masteran, Shannon McHenry, Alyssa Rink and Eric Schneider; Manchester area: Katherine Bobele, Autumn Cornbrooks, Gwendolyn Globus, Mykenna Johnson, Elizabeth Leahy and Anna Ringley; Marriottsville area: Carly Marvin and Kevin Weller; Mount Airy area: Bridget Berdit, Alyssa Chesney, Jordan Duley, Aaron Johnson, Lindsay Mair, Abbi Pettinati, Carl Powell, Christina Reilly, Emily Rieland, Lauren Rosenberg, Sydney Ruckel, Joshua Saffran, Brianna Scott, Holly Seymour and Michael Slattery and Natalie Smith; Sykesville area: Cassie Buckalew, Abigail Burnett, Nicole Goheen, Juliana Hartlove, Claire Hartlove, Olivia Hiller, Stephanie Hof, Kathleen Kaste, Erin Kuhns, Jessica Lang, Paige Lilley, Evan McCarthy, Abigail Miller, Alex Murri, Anthony Palatella, Wayne Parlette, Aaliyah Rivers, Brianna Rodski, Joseph Roemer, Kaitlyn Ronaghan, Ashley Shepard, Julianna Smith, Michael Smith, Brian Smith, Emily Smith, Cassidy Upshaw, Cherish Walden, Nicole Weber, Rachel Welsh and Brittney Whitley; Westminster area: Olivia Allen, Madison Baber, Emily Ball, Allison Bohn, Jessica Bollinger, Rachel Border, Alexis Caine, David Chatkin, Carly Coakley, Taylor Connor, Margo Curran, Corrine Dovell, Grant Gabriele, Katie Hopwood, Catherine Jenkins, Sarah Krammer, Mickayla Kumrow, Michaella Kuykendall, Kourtney Lammey, Taylor Lee, Allison Lewis, Dorothy Maclean-Blevins, Hannah Manning, Jared Mapp, Summer Miles, Allison Mitrovich, Brady Phillips, Kelsey Poisal, Creason Schafer, Kayla Sealover, Robin Weber, Laura Willis and Allison Zimmerman; Woodbine area: Megan Anderson, Shannon Bull, Madelyn Goodale and Emily Sperling; other area residents: Kayla Wagerman, of Keymar; Addison Linn, of New Windsor; and Elizabeth Hardman, of Taneytown.

More than 200 Gettysburg College students studied globally in the fall 2018 semester, including Erin Brault, of Sykesville, art studio major, who studied in Chile; and Christian Lansinger, of Westminster, economics major, who studied in Australia.