College – July 10
Alyssa Beynon, daughter of Gretchen and Richard Beynon of Upper St. Clair, was named to the spring dean’s list at Penn State University.
(PIX)Julie A. Mosallem graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences with a bachelor of science in health information management and RHIA certification. At Pitt, she worked at UPMC as a project leader in the radiology/imaging department for the physician standardized privileging process. She is a dean’s list of scholars honor student, member of Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society, Golden Key Honor Society and the HIM Student Association. She has accepted a position with Highmark. Julie is the daughter of Frank and Lynn Mosallem of Peters Township.
Karl Egeland, a freshman mechanical engineering major at Grove City College, has been named to the spring dean’s list. Karl is a graduate of Upper St. Clair High School and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Egeland (Cynthia) of Pittsburgh.
Leah Stoltenberg, daughter of Jay and Sheri Stoltenberg of Bethel Park, was named to the Ohio Northern University spring deans’ list. She is a junior majoring in international business and economics.
Rachel Simmons of Upper St. Clair has been named to the spring dean’s list at Emory College of Art and Sciences.
Gabriel Mastracci of Bethel Park has been named to the spring dean’s list at Savannah College of Art and Design.
Timothy Sullivan of Bethel Park graduated from The University of Toledo. He earned a master of science degree in biology.
Anne Puluka of Dormont and David Langton of Mt. Lebanon graduated from Emory College of Arts and Sciences at Emory University.
Ryan Henney of Bethel Park, son of David and Ann Henney and graduate of Bethel Park High School, was named to the spring dean’s list at Penn State University.
Melissa Paulsen of Eighty Four and Ross Kobelak of Mt. Lebanon graduated from Baldwin Wallace University.
Joshua Boyer of Dormont, Thomas Elgin of Mt. Lebanon, Maura Kearns of Dormont, Alexander Kugali of Mt. Lebanon, Andrew Nock of Upper St. Clair, Joseph Schevtchuk of Dormont, Kyle Sheth of McMurray and Evan Vescovi of Bethel Park have been named to the spring dean’s list at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Joseph Barbati of McMurray, Daniel Timpona of Bethel Park, and Brandon Bourgeois, Laura Crummie-DuCarme, Lauren Hobbs, Hannah Hobbs, Harrison Hobbs, Harrison Hull, Emily Madalena and Allison Resnik, all of Venetia, were named to the spring dean’s list at Wake Forest University.
Anna Wassilchalk of Venetia has been named to the spring dean’s list at Otterbein University.
Luke Burtch and Jessica Zupancic, both of Canonsburg, Trevor Walter of Bethel Park, Michael Counihan of Venetia and Alexandra LeClaire of Upper St. Clair were all named to the spring dean’s list at Gettysburg College.
Julia Broglie of McMurray graduated from the University of Delaware.
Thomas Salvatore Dougherty, son of Maria and Tom Dougherty of Pittsburgh, graduated with distinction from the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester with a bachelor of music degree in music composition and applied music. He is a graduate of Mt. Lebanon High School.
Ellen Dietrick, daughter of Mark and Claire Dietrick of Mt. Lebanon, was named to the spring dean’s list at John Carroll University. She is a graduate of Mt. Lebanon High School.
The following students have graduated from Denison University:
• Hillary Maloney of Upper St. Clair, with a bachelor of arts degree with a double major in communication and theatre. She was the recipient of the Judith S. Kamm Scholarship and the Estelle King Van Beuren Endowed Memorial Scholarship. She studied abroad for a semester with the International Education of Students Program in the United Kingdom and participated in various theatre productions including “Dead Man’s Cell Phone,” “The Drowsy Chaperone” and “Theatres of War.” She is a member of Theta Alpha Phi, the national theatre honorary, and Delta Gamma sorority.
• Anne McGinty of Mt. Lebanon, magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in physical education with an emphasis on athletic training and a minor in biology. A consistent dean’s list student, she is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and received the National Merit Scholarship, the Paschal Carter Scholarship, the Malcolm J. and Elizabeth Osmond Moshier Endowed Scholarship, the Natalie M. Shepard Award and the Dale S. Googins Scholarship.
• Claire Milinski of Bethel Park, with a bachelor of arts degree with a major in philosophy. She was the recipient of the Phyllis F. Jollay Memorial Scholarship.
• Natalie M. Olivo of Dormont, cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in English with a concentration in writing and a minor in history. Olivio was the recipient of the Denison Founders Award and the Judge Benjamin Franklin McCann Scholarship in English. A consistent dean’s list student, Olivo is a member of Sigma Tau Delta, the national English honorary and Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honorary. She studied abroad for a semester with the Advanced Studies in England Program in the United Kingdom. Olivo served as a tutor in the writing center and wrote for Articulate Prologue, Denison Magazine and the Denisonian newspaper.
• Emily Boccardi of Venetia, with a bachelor of arts degree with a major in communication. A consistent dean’s list student, she is a member of Lambda Pi Eta, the national communication honorary. She was a recipient of the Denison Founders Award, the S. Richard Van Horne Endowed Scholarship and the James Huchinson/Lionel G. Crocker Scholarship. Boccardi was a member of the cheerleading team.
• Meredith Burger of Mt. Lebanon, with a bachelor of arts degree with a double major in environmental studies and in geosciences. She studied abroad with the School for International Training Program in Tanzania.
• Gary Fleisner of McDonald with a bachelor of arts degree with a major in sociology/anthropology and a concentration in queer studies. He received the Distinguished Leadership Award and the Denison Founders Award. His senior project was titled “Eat, Drink, and Be Married: Gender Roles Performed in Contemporary Wedding Planning.” A Leadership Fellow, Fleisner participated in DULead, LeaderShape, the University Programming Council and Sustained Dialogue.
• Alyssa Howard-Tripp of Scott Township, magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree with a major in sociology/anthropology and a minor in women’s studies. A consistent dean’s list student, she was a recipient of the Denison Founders Award. She studied abroad with the Arcadia College of Global Studies Program in New Zealand. Howard-Tripp, a senior fellow in the Departments of Sociology/Anthropology and Women’s Studies, conducted a summer research project titled “Dangerous Romance from Twilight to Dreamland: The Problematic Appeal of the Bad Boy in U.S. Popular Culture.” Her senior research project was titled “Stories of Love and Abuse: A Feminist Sociological Analysis of Emotion and Law in Relation to Domestic Violence.”