Tristin Bailey of Trout Run, Pennsylvania, majoring in international studies in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences completed New Cadet Week to join the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets’ largest class since 1969. Bailey is one of 348 new cadets in the 1,090-strong Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets, one of the nation’s six senior military colleges
Tristin Bailey of Trout Run, Pennsylvania, majoring in international studies in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences completed New Cadet Week to join the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets’ largest class since 1969. Bailey is one of 348 new cadets in the 1,090-strong Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets, one of the nation’s six senior military colleges.
The Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets has produced military, public, and corporate leaders since the university was founded in 1872. It is one of just two military corps within a large public university. The corps holds its members to the highest standards of loyalty, honor, integrity, and self-discipline. In return, cadets achieve high academic success and a long-lasting camaraderie with fellow members. Virginia Tech, the most comprehensive university in Virginia, is dedicated to quality, innovation, and results to the commonwealth, the nation, and the world.
These students were among the Summer 2015 graduates from the Pennsylvania College of Technology.
Morgan T. Jennings, Canton, Bachelor of Science, Graphic Design
Chelsea E. Oldt, Trout Run, Associate of Applied Science, Surgical Technology
Abigail Burley, of Trout Run, has enrolled at Lycoming College for the fall semester 2015.
Burley is the daughter of Gina and Todd Burley. A graduate of Allen East High School, she was a member of the volleyball, basketball, cross country and track teams. Burley was also a member of the band.
For her response to a national contest regarding how participation in a program offered at Pennsylvania College of Technology helped her, a Penn College student was recently selected to receive a Mapworks Scholarship.
The recipient, Dalaney T. Vartenisian, of Trout Run, is a Dean’s List student in the college’s Web and interactive media major and holds a part-time job on campus as a student photographer.
A total of 440 Mansfield University students have been named to the spring 2015 semester.
To be named to the Dean's list, a student must attend full-time and earn at least a 3.5 GPA.
The Lycoming College Dean's List is issued at the close of each semester in recognition of superior scholarship. Students make the Dean's List if they complete at least 12 semester hours and earn a minimum grade point average of 3.50 for the semester.
Lycoming College celebrated its 167th Commencement on Saturday, May 9 with 257 students receiving their degrees. These students received their degrees:
• Sarah De Los Santos of Trout Run received a bachelor of arts degree in business health care administration and business finance with magna cum laude honors
• Tierney Riggs of Canton received a bachelor of arts degree in art painting and art commercial design with magna cum laude honors
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