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Twenty-Nine Inducted by Biology Honor Society

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Posted: Wednesday Jun 5, 2013

June 5, 2013

Twenty-seven Saint Vincent College students and two staff members were inducted at the second initiation ceremony of the college’s chapter of Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) National Biological Honor Society at the Sis and Herman Dupré Science Pavilion on April 29.

TriBeta is a society for students dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.

Honored students include Kimberly Alexander, a junior biology major from Port Deposit, Maryland; Kylie Auman, a junior biology major from St. Mary’s; Julia Bosco, a junior biology major from Latrobe; Paige Bosich, a senior sociology major from Scottdale; Alex Brydon, a sophomore psychology major from Slippery Rock; Patrick Diamond, a sophomore physician assistant major from Hickory; Anthony D’Onofrio, a junior biology major from Greensburg; Daniel Egan, a sophomore biology major from Irwin; Lauren Fockler, a junior biology major from Windber; Tavia Glover, a senior environmental science major from Jeannette; Morgan Iacovino, a sophomore physical therapy major from Charleroi; Matthew Mackey, a junior environmental science major from Granger, Indiana; Melissa Mason, a senior biology major from Sarver; Sara Maurer, a senior psychology major from Lutz, Florida; Jacob Mayers, a senior biochemistry major from Du Bois; Molly McCloskey, a junior biology major from Kenmore, Washington; Aliethia McLeod, a junior biology major from New York (10036), New York; Alexandra Mientus, a junior biology major from Sarver; Joshua Robinson, a junior biology major from Coraopolis; Connor Rohrback, a sophomore biology major from St. Mary’s; Molly Ruffner, a junior physical therapy major from Brookville; Emily Satkovich, a sophomore physician assistant major from Somerset; Brandon Snyder, a junior biology major from Laughlintown; Arissa Trulick, a senior biology major from Kittanning; Marina Ulhaq, a junior biology major from New Wilmington; Samuel Walters, a junior environmental science major from Washington, West Virginia, and Colton Westerbeck, a sophomore biology major from Latrobe. Inducted as honorary members were Molly Grace, lab manager, biology; and Laura Wilkinson, assistant lab manager and lecturer in chemistry.

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