|College Graduates: 06-07-14|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 07 June 2014 01:41|
Ohio State University
Ashley Conner, of Bowling Green, has graduated from Ohio State University's College of Dentistry with her doctor of dental surgery degree.
She will be joining a practice in Dallas, TX as a general dentist in June.
Conner graduated from BGHS in 2006, and from Miami University in 2010.
The Ohio State University College of Optometry has announced the admission of Ashley Marsh of Luckey.
The 2010 graduate of Eastwood High School recently graduated Summa Cum Laude from Hiram College with her majors in Neuroscience and Religious Studies and a minor in Biology. While attending Hiram College, she was captain of the Terrier Sound Majorette team, secretary of Delta Chi Lambda, president of Chemistry Club, secretary of Medicus and member of the Dance Team and Circle K.
She will enter OSU's four year program in August of 2014. Upon her completion of the program the degree of Doctor of Optometry will be awarded in 2018.
Julia Windom, Bowling Green, earned a bachelor of arts in studio art and Japanese from Hope College, Holland, Mich.
She received the Jon F. Kay Award which will provide art journal subscriptions for outstanding students.
She also received a monogrammed blanket after earning at least three varsity letters. Windom competed in cross country.
The following local residents received degrees from Ashland University in May.
Eric Curavo, of Northwood, a Master of Business Administration degree with a major in Executive Management.
Baley Bernthisel, of Grand Rapids, a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Biology. Bernthisel graduated with Cum Laude honors.
Frances DiCesare, of Fostoria, a Bachelor of Science in Education degree with a major in Middle Grades. She graduated with Cum Laude honors.
Jessica Lee Jensen, of Millbury, a Bachelor of Science in Education degree with a major in Early Childhood Education. She graduated with Magna Cum Laude and Gamma Alpha Kappa honors.
University of Toledo
Hali Schwind, of Bowling Green, has earned a Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences degree from The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. She plans to continue to the graduate division of the Doctor of Pharmacy program.
University of Dayton
The following local students received degrees at the University of Dayton's spring commencement in May.:
Benjamin Miller of Bowling Green graduated Cum Laude with University Honors with a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree in Chemical Engineering.
Brianna Quinones of Perrysburg graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree in International Business,
Daniel Wilczynski of Walbridge graduated with a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree in Chemical Engineering.
Grace College, in Winona Lake, Indiana, conducted commencement exercises in May, and Mitchell Lee Stewart, of Perrysburg, OH, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.
Stewart is a 2011 graduate of Rossford High School.
University of Detroit Mercy
Jeffrey Senecal of North Baltimore graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration from the College of Business Administration at University of Detroit Mercy's commencement ceremony in May.
Blair Caldwell, of Rossford, has graduated from Huntington University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcasting.
College of Wooster
Adam Donnelly, a graduate of Saint John's Jesuit High School, and Autumn Berry, a graduate of Otsego High School, received bachelor of arts degrees from The College of Wooster.
Donnelly, a psychology major from Bowling Green, graduated magna cum laude. While at Wooster, he was member of "Don't Throw Shoes" (an improve troupe on campus). He was also named to the dean's list.
Berry, a communication sciences and disorders major from Grand Rapids, graduated cum laude. While at Wooster, she received APEX (Advising, Planning, and Experiential Learning Center) funding for a trip to Burundi, Africa, and Copeland Funding for her Senior Independent Study project. She also was a Residence Life director, a member of the Wooster chapter of the National Student Speech-Language Hearing-Association, a member of the Communication Club, and president of the Wooster chapter of Lambda Pi Eta national communication honor society.
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