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Who's Who Students Recognized at SVC

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Posted: Monday Nov 26, 2012

Nov. 26, 2012

Forty-five Saint Vincent College students have been named to the 2012 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges and were recognized as outstanding campus leaders during the annual Saint Vincent Founders’ Day Vespers and Honors Convocation Thursday, Nov. 15 in the Archabbey Basilica.

The Who’s Who students were selected by campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory on the basis of their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success. They join an elite group of students selected from more than 2,300 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and several foreign nations. Outstanding students have been honored in the annual directory since it was first published in 1934.

The Who’s Who students include: Maria N. Adams, senior history education major from Wadsworth, Ohio; Cassidy S. Aughenbaugh, senior sociology major from West Decatur; Taylor A. Berinti, senior political science major from Bethel Park; Paige N. Bosich, senior sociology major from Scottdale; Joshua C. Catalano, senior history education major from Saint Marys; Thomas F. Cocchi, Jr., senior finance and political science major from Pittsburgh (15243); Christie L. Cyktor, senior biochemistry major from West Newton; Angela M. Delfine, senior English major from Pittsburgh (15227); Holden A. Diethorn, senior economics major from Latrobe; Patrick R. Duffy, senior finance major from Mount Pleasant; Joelso R. Ferreira, senior chemistry major from Latrobe; Colleen A. Fisher, senior chemistry education major from Cheswick; Bridget K. Fitzpatrick, senior political science major from Pittsburgh (15241); Sarah E. Formica, junior computing and information science major from Elizabeth; Regina B. Goltra, senior finance major from Souderton; Colleen M. Hanlon, senior art education major from Hollidaysburg; Shannon M. Hite, senior early childhood education major from Altoona; Kaitlyn A. Hlebechuk, senior economics and creative writing major from Jeannette; David A. Kaser, senior biology and psychology major from Greensburg; Matthew A. Manspeaker, senior computing and information science major from Buckhannon, West Virginia; Michael A. Mash, junior physical therapy major from Jeannette; Nerissa A. McCollin, senior liberal arts major and mathematics minor from Barataria, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies; Bernadette E. Miller, senior art history major from South Lyon, Michigan; Robert M. Mitrik, senior history major from Charleston, West Virginia; Neal M. Nanassy, senior mathematics education major from New Florence; Joseph Z. Noble, senior English major from Burke, Virginia; Del P. Nolfi, III, senior accounting major from Trafford; James M. Orange, senior political science major from Latrobe; Tiffany S. Orischak, junior early childhood education major from Hunker; Alex L. Peffley, senior marketing major and management minor from Binghamton, New York; Alexander E. Policicchio, senior studio arts major from Johnstown; Kasey M. Radicic, senior psychology major from Smithfield; Thomas L. Ridenour, junior internal business major from Latrobe; Stephanie H. Rubin, senior economics major from Fredricksburg, Virginia; Sarah M. Sebrosky, senior computing and information science major from Hagerstown, Maryland; Alexander J. Sepesy, senior finance major from Midland, Michigan; Olivia R. Sharkey, senior theology major and Spanish minor from Philadelphia; Averie L. Shaughnessy, senior English major from Monroeville; Jordan C. Sonnett, senior theology major from Beaver Falls; Ashlee J. Stevens, senior psychology major from New Castle; Joseph H. Stopansky, junior economics major from Apollo; Zachary A. Tackett, senior English major from Lower Burrell; Justin V. Tantlinger, senior finance major from Bolivar; Natalie J. Woodruff, junior art education major from Ringoes, New Jersey; and Marco J. Zenz, junior internal business major from Wexford.

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