Senator Michael Hough, District 4 Frederick and Carroll counties, awarded several local students a Senatorial Scholarship to attend college: Eoin Fitzpatrick, of Mount Airy, 2016 South Carroll High School graduate, attending UMBC to study computer science; Ethan Barlow, of Mount Airy, 2016 Mount Airy Christian Academy graduate, attending Howard Community College to pursue a computer science program; Cody Mezebish, of Westminster, 2010 South Carroll High School graduate, attending University of Maryland for master's degree in nursing; Patrick Kelly, of Mount Airy, 2016 South Carroll High School graduate, attending Johns Hopkins University to study engineering; Dana Biederman, of Westminster, 2015 South Carroll High School graduate, attending Stevenson University to study nursing; and Nicholas Ellis, of New Windsor, 2016 South Carroll High School graduate, attending Stevenson University to study nursing.
Sara Stupi, of Westminster, and Stephanie Colson, of Westminster, have been placed on the Gettysburg College dean's commendation list for the in the spring 2016 semester. Students on the list have achieved a 3.3 -3.59 grade point average. Stupi, a class of 2016 brain, behavior, and health major, will be attending John Hopkins Hospital for her master's in nursing, and was also accepted to University of Maryland. Colson, class of 2019, is a health science major.
Sadie Danielle Bertier, of Westminster, graduated from Clemson University, in South Carolina, with a Master of Public Administration in public administration.
Samantha Anthony, of Taneytown, is among the 88 members of the class of 2020 at Oklahoma State University's Center for Veterinary Health Sciences who recently started their journey to earn a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Oklahoma's veterinary college.
Alyssa R. Peterson, of Taneytown, received a Master of Environmental Science and Management Conservation Biology degree from the University of Rhode Island, Kingston, R.I.
Elizabethtown College, in Pennsylvania, has named 198 students to the College Honors Program, including Nicole Leaf, of Marriottsville; Ryan Rippeon, of Westminster; Emily Speierman, of Mount Airy; and Ethan Waugh, of Manchester.