|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 25 June 2013 10:50|
Northeast Ohio Medical University
Dr. Stephen Lowe, of Northwood, was one of 184 public health professionals, pharmacists and physicians to graduate from Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) during its commencement ceremony on May 18 at The University of Akron's E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Center.
Lowe was awarded a Doctor of Medicine degree.
He will pursue a residency in neurological surgery at Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.
Lowe is a graduate of Lake High School and The University of Akron. He is the son of Robert A. Lowe and Christine M. Lowe.
Grove City College
Two local residents were among the 592 students who received degrees during commencement exercises at Grove City College.
Alex Simcox earned a bachelor of science degree in accounting and finance. He is a 2009 graduate of Toledo Christian Schools and is the son of Julie Simcox from Perrysburg.
Christina Snyder earned a bachelor of science degree in elementary education. She is a 2009 graduate of Toledo Christian Schools and is the daughter of Mark and Sandra Snyde) from Perrysburg.
Isabella Adamiak of Perrysburg graduated magna cum laude from Rice University in Houston, Texas in May.
Adamiak received bachelor of arts degrees in anthropology and ecology and evolutionary biology.
Ohio Northern University in Ada recently has its spring commencement, and several graduates were from Wood County, including:
Lauren K. Desko, Perrysburg, doctor of pharmacy. On campus, Desko was active in the Student Society of Health Systems Pharmacists, the Academy of Student Pharmacists, Kappa Epsilon pharmacy fraternity for women, the yearbook staff, the Society of Medical Professions and the women's golf team.
Jason P. Faykosh, Pemberville, bachelor of science in business administration in management.
On campus, Faykosh was active in the men's basketball team
Kelsey Z. Kleine, Bowling Green, bachelor of arts in studio arts.
On campus, Kleine was active in Kappa Pi art honorary, the Don't Run Away troubled youth education and assistance program, the ONU Environmentalists club, Alpha Lambda Delta scholastic honorary for freshman students, Delta Zeta social sorority and the Polaris literary magazine.
Kayla M. Rife, Custar, bachelor of arts in early childhood education.
On campus, Rife was active in the Adopt-A-Friend program, the Collegiate Middle Level Association, a professional education group, the student chapter of the National Education Association, Kappa Phi Christian sorority, Kappa Delta Pi education honorary and Habitat for Humanity.
Ike M. Topp, McClure, bachelor of science in civil engineering.
On campus, Topp was active in the student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Lauren M. Wilhelm, Custar, doctor of pharmacy.
On campus, Wilhelm was active in the Academy of Student Pharmacists, Kappa Epsilon pharmacy fraternity for women and the women's soccer team.
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