Abington area residents among more than 800 students to graduate at Marywood University’s 98th Annual Commencement


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Sister Andrea Lee, IHM, Ph.D., served as the keynote speaker at Marywood University’s 98th annual commencement on Saturday, May 14 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre.


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    SCRANTON — More than 800 students were part of Marywood University’s 98th annual commencement Saturday, May 14 at the Mohegan Sun Arena, Casey Plaza, in Wilkes-Barre Township, at which Sister Andrea Lee, IHM, Ph.D., served as the keynote speaker.

    Abington area graduates are as follows:

    The Reap College of Education and Human Development, as declared by Dean Teresa Peters, Ph.D.

    Rachel Lyn Rudy, of Dalton, master’s degree

    Bethany Earley, of Clarks Green, bachelor’s degree

    Veronica Marie Smith, of Dalton, bachelor’s degree

    The Insalaco College of Creative and Performing Arts, as declared by Dean Collier Parker, M.F.A.

    Amanda Nicole Elizabeth Burnside, of Clarks Summit, master’s degree

    Vincent Gerard LoRusso, of Clarks Green, master’s degree

    Eva Polizzi, of Clarks Summit, master’s degree

    Jaye Alexandra Cannon, of Clarks Summit, bachelor’s degree

    Matthew S. Deery, of Clarks Summit, bachelor’s degree

    The Munley College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, as declared by Dean Frances M. Zauhar, Ph.D.

    Candice Marla Giordano, of Clarks Summit, bachelor’s degree

    Tyler John Longstreet, of Clarks Summit, bachelor’s degree

    Melanie Lynn Speakman, of Dalton, bachelor’s degree

    Jessica Terry, of Clarks Summit, bachelor’s degree

    The School of Architecture, as declared by Dean James J. Sullivan, M.ARCH, RA, AIA

    Brendan Christopher Lavelle, of Clarks Green, bachelor’s degree

    Emily Jane Scappatura, of Dalton, bachelor’s degree

    Marywood University’s commencement also includes the following January 2016 graduates, who participated in the May ceremony.

    The Reap College of Education and Human Development, as declared by Dean Teresa Peters, Ph.D.

    Ashley Allison Amato, of Clarks Summit, master’s degree

    Jessica M. Dougan, of Clarks Summit, master’s degree

    Melissa Knabel, of Clarks Summit, master’s degree

    Shane Ellis Quinn, of South Abington Township, master’s degree

    Patricia Brady Ross, of Clarks Summit, master’s degree

    Mark David Van Nort, of Dalton, bachelor’s degree

    The College of Health and Human Services, as declared by Dean Mark E. Rodgers, DSW, LCSW, BCD

    Amanda Elizabeth Holmes, of Dalton, bachelor’s degree

    The Munley College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, as declared by Dean Frances M. Zauhar, Ph.D.

    Christian Rainey, of Clarks Summit, bachelor’s degree

    Sister Andrea Lee, IHM, Ph.D., served as the keynote speaker at Marywood University’s 98th annual commencement on Saturday, May 14 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre.
    http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_ABJ-Marywood-Graduation.jpgSister Andrea Lee, IHM, Ph.D., served as the keynote speaker at Marywood University’s 98th annual commencement on Saturday, May 14 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre. Submitted photo

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