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Reading Eagle, Pa., Campus Notes Column

July 20, 2008

By Reading Eagle, Pa.

Jul. 20–Editor’s note: Honors graduates are signified as follows: ***with highest distinction; **with high distinction; *with distinction.

Widener University School of Law has awarded degrees to Thad Gelsinger , Robesonia, at the Wilmington, Del., campus; and Jeni Pilgrim , Sinking Spring, and Michael Righi , Shillington, at the Harrisburg campus.

Widener University, Chester, awarded a doctor of physical therapy degree to Karen Hope , Blandon; and a master of social work degree to Jennifer Swope , Myerstown.

Bachelor of science degrees were awarded to Kyle Welsh , Macungie, hospitality management; Kara Kinney , Myerstown, nursing; and Noah Pascarell , Fleetwood, computer information systems.

Bachelor of arts degrees were awarded to Christine Harron, Shoemakersville, psychology; Pierre Tran , Shillington, international relations; and Adam Andrews , Douglassville, criminal justice.

Juniata College, Huntingdon, has awarded bachelor of science degrees to the following local students:

Andrew Adams , Sinking Spring, animal behavior, a 2004 graduate of Holy Name High School; Justin F. Armbruster , Stouchsburg, elementary education, a 2004 graduate of Conrad Weiser High School; Lindsay A. Miller , Hamburg, geology, a 2004 graduate of Hamburg High School; *Jason D. Robinson , Wyomissing, unified elementary and special education, a 2004 graduate of Wilson High School.

**Terry M. Quire , Muhlenberg Township, has graduated with a bachelor of music degree in jazz theory/composition from New York University.

He is a 2004 graduate of Muhlenberg High School.

Annika Blomberg , Fleetwood, has received a bachelor of fi ne arts degree in general sculpture studies from Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore.

**Laura C. Hutchinson , Mohnton, has graduated from Union College, Schenectady, N.Y., with a bachelor of science degree in mathematics.

She is a 2004 graduate of Gov. Mifflin High School.

Denise Gardner of Robesonia and Sabrina Hannah of Elverson were members of a Virginia Tech team that developed a frozen banana split confection in the Institute of Food Technologists Product Development Competition. Their team was one of six finalists to receive a travel grant to the institute’s annual meeting and food expo in New Orleans in June.

Hannah is a doctoral candidate. Gardner is working toward a master’s degree in food science and technology at the college in Blacksburg, Va.

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