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More than 760 students received degrees at York College of Pennsylvania's commencement exercises on May 14, including local students Mary Bollard, of Eldersburg, graduated cum laude with Bachelor of Science degree in biology; Michaela Boner, of Eldersburg, cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology; Nicholas Callahan, of Finksburg, cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in radiography; Andrea Camp, of Finksburg, cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in radiography; Mitchell Engnoth, of Manchester, with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration; Maria Galiatsatos, of Woodbine, magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice; Andrew Gardner, of Eldersburg, with a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering; Christopher Keith, of Hampstead, magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in finance; Brittany Keller, of Westminster, Bachelor of Science degree in nursing; Kurt Keller, of Westminster, Bachelor of Science degree in nursing; Troy Maffei, of Hampstead, Bachelor of Science degree in business administration; Kathleen Nuzzo of Westminster, magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering; Edward Poe, of Manchester, Bachelor of Science degree in sport management; Dylan Roper, of Hampstead, Bachelor of Science degree in biology; Jena Ruby, Hampstead, Bachelor of Science degree in clinical lab science; Tawni Ruby, of Hampstead, cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in clinical lab science; Jessica Sadler, of Westminster, Master of Business Administration degree; Tyler Younkins, of Sykesville, Bachelor of Science degree in computer science.

Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pa., celebrated its 147th Commencement on May 14, with 476 students receiving their degrees in Sorrentino Gymnasium. The 369 graduating seniors were joined by 37 doctor of physical therapy candidates, and 70 master's degree candidates. Local students who graduated include: Brayden C. Buie, Taneytown, Francis Scott Key High School, Bachelor of Science in music education; Robert M. Conlon, Eldersburg, Liberty High School, Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice; Allison M. Laufert, Westminster, Winters Mill High School, Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Physical Therapy in health science, pursuing a doctor of physical therapy; Patrick O. Markovic, Westminster, Winters Mill High School, Bachelor of Science in business administration and accounting; Jacques G. Mercer, Westminster, Winters Mill High School, Bachelor of Arts in political science; Courtney L. Niles, Hampstead, Manchester Valley High School, Bachelor of Science in music education; Amanda N. Rozanski, Taneytown, Francis Scott Key High School, Bachelor of Science in early childhood education and special education; Molly C. Van Leuvan of Westminster, Winters Mill High School, Bachelor of Science in early childhood education and special education.

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The following local students were awarded Bachelor of Arts degrees from St. Mary's College of Maryland: Regan Wilhelm, Eldersburg, biology; Christian Roemer, Finksburg, psychology; Heather Sessomes, Finksburg, psychology; Meagan Blizzard, Hampstead, psychology, Cum Laude; Courtney Esworthy-Good, Hampstead, biology, Cum Laude; Gabrielle Leather, Hampstead, biology; Shelby Newman, Hampstead, biology, Magna Cum Laude; Hannah Dickmyer, Lineboro, theater, film, and media studies; Emily Garland, Manchester, economics; Eliza Fletcher, Mount Airy, anthropology, Magna Cum Laude; Troy Spurrier, Mount Airy, economics; Victoria Williford, Mount Airy, psychology; Matthew Flyr, Sykesville, economics, Summa Cum Laude; Emilia Petrillo, Sykesville, international languages and culture; Nicholas Custodio, Westminster, computer science; Dalton Haber, Westminster, computer science; Mark Hardesty, Westminster, computer science; Joseph Lignelli, Westminster, English, Magna Cum Laude; Allison Riehl, Westminster, English, Magna Cum Laude; Andrew Riehl, Westminster, computer science.

The following local students were among 417 graduating seniors who earned degrees from Bridgewater College during its May 14 ceremony: Julia M. Baca, Mount Airy, biology; David Parker Dell, Keymar, information systems management and business administration, cum laude; Jenna Devilbiss, Taneytown, family and consumer sciences; Allyson Hibbard, Mount Airy, psychology, cum laude; Zachary J. Kues, Manchester, economics; and Ethan P. McBryde, Mount Airy, applied physics, cum laude.

The following area residents are among the 1,047 students who graduated from Millersville University of Pennsylvania during the undergraduate commencement ceremony on May 7 at Millersville's Biemesderfer Stadium: Erin Berry, of Sykesville, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in history; and Annelise Young, of Eldersburg, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology.

The following local students were named to the spring 2016 dean's list at Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, Pa., a special mission affiliate of The Pennsylvania State University: Colby A. Dull, Westminster, Associate of Applied Science, welding technology; Randall C. Janowitz, Westminster, Bachelor of Science, culinary arts and systems; Austin N. Klingelhofer, Hampstead, Bachelor of Science, plastics and polymer engineering technology; and Kenneth J. Williams, Westminster, Associate of Applied Science, diesel technology.

The following local students were among the 2016 graduates of Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, Pa., a special mission affiliate of The Pennsylvania State University: Jeffrey T. Bassler, New Windsor, Bachelor of Science, aviation maintenance technology; Justin M. Cullum, Manchester, Associate of Applied Science, machine tool technology, and Bachelor of Science, manufacturing engineering technology; Kenneth J. Williams, Westminster, Associate of Applied Science, diesel technology, high honors.

Gerard Edwards, of Hampstead, graduated from Benedictine College, in Atchison, Kan., on May 14. Edwards earned a Bachelor of Science in physics.

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