Abington area students recognized by The University of Scranton


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The University of Scranton honored master’s and doctoral graduates for achievement in their academic area at its post-baccalaureate commencement. From left, Brian P. Conniff, Ph.D., dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Outstanding Academic Award recipient Natalie Wentz of Nicholson.


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SCRANTON — Abington area residents were among the graduate students recognized for academic achievement at The University of Scranton’s post-baccalaureate degree commencement, held May 28 on campus.

Nicole Costanzo, of Clarks Summit, received the university’s Outstanding Academic Award for the MBA, finance program, and Natalie Wentz, of Nicholson, received the university’s Outstanding Academic Award for biochemistry.

The University of Scranton honored master’s and doctoral graduates for achievement in their academic area at its post-baccalaureate commencement. From left, Brian P. Conniff, Ph.D., dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Outstanding Academic Award recipient Natalie Wentz of Nicholson.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_ABJ-U-of-S-Achievement.jpgThe University of Scranton honored master’s and doctoral graduates for achievement in their academic area at its post-baccalaureate commencement. From left, Brian P. Conniff, Ph.D., dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Outstanding Academic Award recipient Natalie Wentz of Nicholson. Submitted photo

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