Boyer School Announces 16 Seniors Accepted to Graduate Programs

by Public Relations | May 05, 2017

May 5, 2017

177 Saint Vincent College Boyer School announces 16 seniors accepted to graduate schools

The Saint Vincent College Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing announced that 16 seniors who majored in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, bioinformatics, computing and information science, environmental science or mathematics have been accepted and will pursue advanced degrees at prestigious graduate schools.  Dr. Bruce Bethke, left, associate professor of biology, Dr. Cynthia Martincic, associate professor of computing and information science, and Dr. Daryle Fish, associate professor of chemistry, and Dr. Stephen Jodis, right, dean of the Herbert W. Boyer School, congratulated, front row, from left, Elizabeth Loftus of Harrisburg, computing and information science major, master of science in fraud and forensics, Carlow University; Darren Carone of New Castle, chemistry major, Ph.D. in chemistry, University of South Carolina; Kathrine Curtin of Latrobe, chemistry major, Ph.D. in materials science and engineering, West Virginia University; James Farnan of New Paris, engineering science major, Ph.D. in environmental engineering and biogeochemistry, The Pennsylvania State University; and Carly Mazzone of Hagerstown, Maryland, chemistry major, Ph.D. in medicinal chemistry, Duquesne University; back row, Josh Vasko of Irwin, bioinformatics major, master of science in Information Security and Management, Carnegie Mellon University; Breanna Tomiczek of Carrolltown, chemistry major, Ph.D. in chemistry, University of Florida; Kayla Uveges of Cresson, biology major, master of science in medical microbiology and immunology, University of Toledo; Ryan Karl of Export, mathematics major, Ph.D. program in computer science and engineering, University of Notre Dame; Lacie Werner of North Huntingdon, biology major, Ph.D. in biomedical sciences, University of Virginia; Mary Yeckley of Greensburg, physics major, Ph.D. in physics, University of Maine; and Marissa Smail of New Kensington, biology major, Ph.D. in neuroscience, University of Cincinnati. Missing from photo are Jacob Hoover of Venetia, biochemistry major, Ph.D. in biochemistry and molecular biology, West Virginia University; Brittany Garman of Latrobe, environmental science major, master of science in environmental science and management, Duquesne University; Hannah Becker of North East, biology major, master of science in marine biology, College of Charleston; Jenny Willis of Saltsburg, biology major, master of science in biology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; and Lisa Iacaruso of Crofton, Maryland, biology major, master of science in Alliance for Catholic Teachers, Providence College.


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