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Spring graduation ceremonies at Bowling Green State University have taken place at Anderson Arena in Memorial Hall. The class of about 2,300 graduates represents 75 of Ohio's 88 counties, 41 states and 25 nations. Thirteen BGSU Firelands students will graduate with honors as well. Four students will graduate with high distinction and nine with distinction in recognition of their academic achievements. Berlin Heights: Frank A. Bolda, associate of applied science in human services; Heather J. Cromwell, associate of science; Collins: Sylvia Nealey, associate of science;
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010
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Spring graduation ceremonies at Bowling Green State University have taken place at Anderson Arena in Memorial Hall. The class of about 2,300 graduates represents 75 of Ohio's 88 counties, 41 states and 25 nations.

Thirteen BGSU Firelands students will graduate with honors as well. Four students will graduate with high distinction and nine with distinction in recognition of their academic achievements.

Berlin Heights: Frank A. Bolda, associate of applied science in human services; Heather J. Cromwell, associate of science;

Collins: Sylvia Nealey, associate of science;

Greenwich: Ashley N. Kline, cum laude, bachelor of science;

Milan: Chad S. Enderle, cum laude, bachelor of science in business administration; Sarah E. Turley, magna cum laude, bachelor of science in human development and family studies ; Philip J. Weilnau, associate of science;

Monroeville: Melissa J. Hauser, bachelor of arts; Emily A. Myers, associate of arts; Jamie L. Natole, bachelor of science in technology (college of technology); Brianne E. O'Hara, associate of applied science in electrical-electronic engineering technology; Shelley Ringenberg, bachelor of science in education; Dale G. Wensink, associate of applied business in business management technology;

New London: Michael R. Fuller, associate of applied business in computer science technology; Danielle N. Johnson, magna cum laude, bachelor of science in education; Kevin B. Miles, bachelor of science in business administration; Zachary M. Parr, bachelor of science in education; Abigail C. Ruggles, magna cum laude, bachelor of science in business administration; Edward S. Schoville, associate of applied science in electrical-electronic engineering technology;

North Fairfield: Megan L. Richmond, associate of applied science in early childhood education;

Norwalk: Christopher J. Barnes, associate of applied science in electrical-electronic engineering technology; Elisha M. Bash, associate of applied science in health information technology; Jessica M. Bleile, bachelor of science in education; Craig A. Brown, master of science; Elizabeth P. Brown, with distinction, associate of applied science in human services; Bernard L. Collins, associate of applied science in electrical-electronic engineering technology; Eric T. Crumrine, bachelor of arts; Ashley M. Ensign, summa cum laude, bachelor of science in criminal justice; Kyle C. Esch, bachelor of science; Claire A. Evans, associate of applied science in criminal justice; Nathan J. Gates, associate of arts; Ruth M. Harp, with high distinction, associate of science; Amanda N. Hart, summa cum laude, bachelor of science in communication disorders; Bradley J. Helman, associate of applied business in computer science technology; Daniel J. West, Jr., associate of science; Jean M. Krebs, associate of applied science in early childhood education; Derick E. Lebron, bachelor of science; Zach D. Loughridge, bachelor of science; Amanda L. Meisler, bachelor of liberal studies; Amanda M. Moltz, with distinction, associate of applied business in computer science technology; Sara J. Morgan, associate of applied business in computer science technology; Chadd Nutter, bachelor of arts; James R. Perry, associate of applied business in business management technology; Elizabeth B. Phillips, magna cum laude, bachelor of arts; Danielle S. Rahrig, cum laude, bachelor of science in business administration; Nichole L. Schaffer, bachelor of science in nursing; Heather Signs, associate of arts; Samuel L. Souslin, associate of science; Aja Mae Stewart, bachelor of science in technology (college of technology); Michelle R. Turner, bachelor of science in education; Ryan G. Winkelman, associate of applied science in human services;

Plymouth: Lisa J. Giesige, master of education;

Wakeman: Eric T. Crumrine, bachelor of arts; Jeremy A. Marks, bachelor of music; Jacob W. Savage, summa cum laude, bachelor of liberal studies; Constance Y. Byrd-Smith, bachelor of science in nursing;

Willard: Sarah E. Hollinger, cum laude, bachelor of science in communication disorders; Danielle L. Sheppard, bachelor of science in nursing.

Wendy Williams of Willard, is a member of Sigma Theta Tau Honorary at Ashland University. She is majoring in nursing.

Eric Coey of Greenwich, is a member of the Alpha Gamma Omega honorary at Ashland University. He is majoring in physical education. n Ceremonies were held on April 23, to induct new members into Eta Sigma Delta International Hospitality Honor Society at Niagara University in New York. The following local student was inducted into Eta Sigma Delta: Amber Alyce Reed of Monroe.

Patrick Nolan, son of Mike and Jill Nolan of Wakeman, was recently named a top 20 senior in the college of food, agricultural and environmental sciences at The Ohio State University. Nolan's strong academics, involvement in campus activities and outstanding character have made him well-deserving of this award. Nolan will graduate from OSU with a degree in agriculture and extension education.

The following area residents were selected to attend a one-day seminar as 2008 Teacher Education Scholars at Ashland University: Emily Perry and Brianna Cassidy of Plymouth are juniors at Plymouth High School. Perry is the daughter of Ruby Combs of Plymouth. Cassidy is the daughter of Debra and Dwayne Cassidy of Plymouth. Teacher Education Scholars were selected after having been nominated by a teacher or school administrator. Selections were based on each student's academic achievements.

The scholars attended a variety of seminars on education, while parents attended informational sessions about topics such as AU admissions, financial aid and student life.

Elena Maldonado of Greenwich, is a member of the International Club at Ashland University. She is the daughter of Norma Maldonado.

The dean's list for Ohio University, Athens Campus, includes the following students for winter 2008:

Milan: Raub Gliatta, senior, recreation management; Jerrod Ackerman, freshman, pre-exercise physiology;

Monroeville: Aliecia Bores, senior, retail merchandising; Andrew Ball, sophomore, computer science;

Norwalk: Beverly Patusky, senior, journalism public relations; Brittany Lesch, senior, music therapy; Adam Reichert, senior, management information systems; Rachel Smith, senior, early childhood; Carolyn Hemenway, freshman, pre social work; Aaron Missler, sophomore, telecommunications-multimedia; Elizabeth Reichert, sophomore, journalism; Andrew Hanneman, sophomore, finance; Liz Andosca, senior, communication studies; Lindsay Bungard, senior, finance; Jennifer Hug, senior, journalism;

Wakeman: Stephen Karney, junior, geology environmental;

Willard: Zachary Robinson, senior, chemistry/biochem.

The following students are teacher education scholars at Ashland University: Holly Hammersmith of Willard, is a member. She is the daughter of Paul and Diane Hammersmith and is majoring in early childhood education. Danielle Woods of Collins is a member. She is the daughter of Charles and Darlene Woods Collins, and is majoring in Spanish education.

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