|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 29 August 2013 08:57|
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine
Kristin A. Grindstaff, D.O., of Wayne, completed the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Grindstaff is the daughter of Jim and Mary Grindstaff of rural Wayne. She graduated from Elmwood High School in 2005, and earned a bachelor of science degree in biology from Bowling Green State University in 2009.
She is currently living in Indianapolis, where she has begun an internship and residency with the Community Health Network Hospitals in Indianapolis.
She is working toward a specialization in family medicine.
Florida State University
Jacob Ausderan, a 2003 graduate of Bowling Green High School, recently received his Ph.D. in political science from Florida State University and accepted a teaching position at Tulane University in New Orleans.
Jennifer Hobson, Bowling Green, has earned a bachelor of science degree in chemistry and math from Wilmington College.
She was also on the dean's list for spring semester for earning at least a 3.5 gpa.
Kent State University
Lindsey R. Nelson, Bowling Green, recently graduated from Kent State University with a bachelor of science in education.
Her major was middle childhood education with a mathematics and science concentration.
She earned summa cum laude honors.
Candace R. Byington, Perrysburg, has graduated from honors with an associate degree in graphic design from Davis College, Toledo.
She also is a graduate of Lake High School.
Saint Mary's College
Alyssa Baz has graduated from Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, Ind.
She is the daughter of Paulette and David Baz Jr. of Perrysburg and has received a bachelor of arts in Spanish.
Brooke Albright, Pemberville, has graduated from Otterbein University with magna cum laude honors.
Miami University awarded 3,678 degrees to students during spring commencement exercises.
Among those earning degrees were: Nicholas Petrlich of Risingsun, a Bachelor of Arts degree; and Rossford residents Elizabeth Coronado, a Bachelor of Arts; Hannah Costello, a Bachelor of Science in Business; Catherine Haskins, a Bachelor of Science in Business; Chinelo Obi, a Bachelor of Arts; and Alaina Veluscek, a Bachelor of Arts, University Honors w/distinction, cum laude.
Stacy Kotula, of Bowling Green, received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture with Architecture University Honors w/distinction; Grace Miner, Bowling Green, received a Bachelor of Science, University Honors w/distinction; and Sarah Woessner, Bowling Green, received a Bachelor of Arts.
Perrysburg residents who graduated included: Emily Bosl, a Bachelor of Science in Education cum laude; Cori Boyce, a Bachelor of Science in Business, University Honors w/distinction cum laude; Raeanne Carella, a Bachelor of Science in Education cum laude; Jennifer Davisson, a Bachelor of Science in Art; Lauren Eagle, a Bachelor of Arts; Charlotte Freeman, a Bachelor of Science, University Honors w/distinction cum laude; Tiffany Fry, a Bachelor of Fine Arts; Benjamin Harman, a Bachelor of Arts; Meghan Hipp, a Bachelor of Arts; Jared Keever, a Bachelor of Science in Business; Robert Kelleher, a Bachelor of Science in Business; Jenna Korczyk, a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology & Health; Elizabeth Lathrop, a Bachelor of Arts; Alyssa Mesker, a Bachelor of Arts, University Honors w/distinction cum laude; Adam Moore, a Bachelor of Science in Business cum laude; Stuart Schaller, a Bachelor of Science in Business; Aaron Swartz, a Master of Accountancy; John Veltri, a Bachelor of Science in Business, University Honors w/distinction magna cum laude; and Curtis Werner, a Bachelor of Science in Business cum laude.
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