Tiffany Michel, a deaf/hard of hearing/elementary education major, of Manchester, was placed on the dean's list at The College of New Jersey for the spring 2018 semester. Eligible students must carry 12 or more credits that semester and earn a 3.5 or above grade point average.
Nicholas Swietlik, of Hampstead, received a Bachelor of Business Administration, business: finance, investment and banking degree from University of Wisconsin-Madison 's School of Business during spring commencement ceremonies, held May 11-12.
The following local students were named to the spring dean's list at Stevenson University: Dylan Borcherding, of Eldersburg; Kimberly Button, of Eldersburg; Courtney Hottle, of Eldersburg; Nadia Nehme, of Eldersburg; Katherine Peiffer, of Eldersburg; Mackenzie Chamberlain, of Finksburg; Jessica Haines, of Finksburg; Kristin Sager, of Finksburg; Andy Swartz, of Finksburg; Ronald Wilson, of Finksburg; Heather Bowie, of Hampstead; Cindy Casper, of Hampstead; Austin Cooper, of Hampstead; Sean Dodson, of Hampstead; Olivia Hare, of Hampstead; Emily Keith, of Hampstead; Brady Knatz, of Hampstead; Dan Levy, of Hampstead; Jen Mende, of Hampstead; Sabrina Miller, of Hampstead; Justin Morris, of Hampstead; Alexis Peat, of Hampstead; April Povlock, of Hampstead; Vince Reilly, of Hampstead; Morgan Richards, of Hampstead; Aaron Rill, of Hampstead; Natalie Rynkowski, of Hampstead; Lindsay Seipp, of Hampstead; Chris Campbell, of Manchester; Kaitlyn Dowd, of Manchester; David Hessie, of Manchester; Mackenzie Longest, of Manchester; Anthony Millington, of Manchester; Lexi Rhoten, of Manchester; Kayleigh Day, of New Windsor ; Nick Ellis, of New Windsor; Elle Bialozynski, of Sykesville; Jennifer Bratchie, of Sykesville; Becca Crouse, of Sykesville; Caroline Dangel, of Sykesville; Sally Dawson, of Sykesville; McKenna DeBandi, of Sykesville; Emily Iannucci, of Sykesville; Megan Maurantonio, of Sykesville; Jamie Murphy, of Sykesville; Whitney Nguyen, of Sykesville; Luca Pagni, of Sykesville; Victoria Prokic, of Sykesville; John Quatroche, of Sykesville; Sarah Riggin, of Sykesville; Athina Rivera, of Sykesville; Jessica Ryan, of Sykesville; Erin Stephey, of Sykesville; Amanda Tran, of Sykesville; Alex Ushamirsky, of Sykesville; Morgan Vehslage, of Sykesville; Zane Wetzel, of Sykesville; Ashley Wilson, of Sykesville; Kelsey Wolfsheimer, of Sykesville; Brittany Paff, of Taneytown; Maci Quinn, of Taneytown; Becca Rohe, of Taneytown; Ricky Startt, of Taneytown; Kayla Wintsch, of Union Bridge; Keri Amrhein, of Westminster; Karleigh Baldwin, of Westminster; Alyssa Barbour, of Westminster; Kaitlyn Beardsley, of Westminster; Daniel Bedwell, of Westminster; Brooke Blizzard, of Westminster; Lindsey Breichner, of Westminster; Ian Cleary, of Westminster; Brooke Corbett, of Westminster; Jonyae Curry, of Westminster; Chelsea Damron, of Westminster; Lacey DeJordy, of Westminster; Erik Gonzales, of Westminster; Elisabeth Haddock, of Westminster; Emily Hadra, of Westminster; Deven Hartman, of Westminster; Ellen Holtz, of Westminster; Autumn Horrell, of Westminster; Ryan James, of Westminster; Hannah Klevins, of Westminster; Sarah Mascaro, of Westminster; Phyllis McKenzie, of Westminster; Lindsay McManus, of Westminster; Danielle Mikoloski, of Westminster; Jessica Montague, of Westminster; Tess Myers, of Westminster; Cristal O'Dell, of Westminster; Delaney Patterson, of Westminster; Samantha Pickett, of Westminster; Colin Puckett, of Westminster; Austin Raines, of Westminster; Sean Sadowski, of Westminster; Courtney Scoone, of Westminster; Alex Sharp, of Westminster; Shannon Snyder, of Westminster; Ryan Troxell, of Westminster; Paul Turnbaugh, of Westminster; Patrick Ward, of Westminster; Meghan Wrigley, of Westminster; Jordan Zak, of Westminster; Richie Abruscato, of Woodbine; Julie Hudson, of Woodbine; Meghan Loveless, of Woodbine; Lydia Martin, of Woodbine; Kyla Railey-Lowery, of Woodbine; Iliyan Slavov, of Woodbine; Elise Stickley, of Woodbine; Tristan Young, of Woodbine. To qualify, students must earn a grade point average of 3.50 or better and must have completed 12 credits or more during that semester.
Taylor Morris, a psychology major, of Westminster; and Emily Davis, a hospitality resort and tourism management major, of Westminster, are members of Coastal Carolina University's Zeta Xi chapter of Phi Sigma Pi, which was recognized at the fraternity's 2018 National Convention on July 28. The Zeta Xi Chapter was awarded the Joseph Torchia Outstanding Chapter Award for all of the improvements and achievements the chapter has made this past year; and the Steven A. DiGuiseppe Excellence in Administration Award for excellence in communication nationally and locally. The national, gender inclusive honor fraternity has more than 4,000 active undergraduate members at more than 100 universities across the country today. The Zeta Xi Chapter was founded in 2011 and requires a 3.25 GPA to join.