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Graduates: 07-10-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 10 July 2014 09:20
Denison University
Brittany Borsani of North Baltimore and Joshua DeSola of Bowling Green graduated this spring from Denison University.
Borsani  was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree  with a major in religion. She received the Alumni Award and volunteered for the Center for New Beginnings and the Nursing Home Companions DCA committees. She also participated in the Denison Christian Community, the Centenary United Methodist church, the Religious Life Advisory Board, the Christian Leadership Council, and played women's varsity golf.
DeSola was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in cinema and in psychology. He received the Denison Founders Scholarship, the Dean Hansell Fund Award, and the A. Blair Knapp Memorial Scholarship for Athletics. He participated in LeaderShape, the Denison Christian Community, and was the vice president and instructor for the Denison Taekwondo Club. He will be associated with the IT department of the Woda Group in Westerville.

Emory University
Two local students graduated from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, at its 169th commencement ceremony.
Neil Harber of Fostoria  received a Master of Business Administration from the Goizueta Business School.
Isabel De Almeida of Bowling Green  received a Master of Public Health from the Rollins School of Public Health.

Muskingum University
Laura Sutphin of Perrysburg has graduated from Muskingum University in New Concord.
She earned a bachelor's degree in Physical Education.

Terra State Community College
The following students have graduated from Terra State Community College.
From Bowling Green: Amanda Kish-Stockman, Associate of Applied Business, Office Administration/Executive and Office Administration/Medical; Krista Rhoades, Associate of Applied Science, Health Information Technology; Emilee Valle, Associate of Applied Science, Nursing; Natalie Vance, Associate of Technical Study, Health Care Administration.
From Bradner: Jamie O'Connell, Associate of Applied Science, Nursing.
From Wayne: Erin Brubaker, Associate of Applied Science, Nursing
 

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