News Record from North Hills, Pennsylvania on August 24, 1990 · Page 13
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College news Friday, Aug 24, 1990 - News Record - 13 Garten Lorraine Grlnager, daughter of R. Bruce and Peggy B. Gnnager of Pittsburgh, recently graduated cum laude from Westminster College A dean's list student, she was listed in Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and U n i v e r s i t i e s , a member of Pi Sigma Pi scholastic honorary and Tau Pi Phi business honorary, ·Top of the Class" winner, "Senior Scholar" in economics, recipient of the Thomas Mansell Scholarship, a member of Kappa Delta sorority, Panhellenic senior representative, and won letters in varsity diving and volley ball. A 1986 graduate of North Allegheny High School, she will continue her education at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Business. Amanda L. Cooper, daughter of Grlnager Coopar master of science, industrial administration; Mark Danial Fortney, master of science, industrial administration; Tracy Marie Geyer, master of science, industrial administration; Mark Joseph Rimlinger, bachelor of science, mechanical engineering; Marlon Anne David, master of public management, public management; Philip Andrew Antonson, bachelor of science, policy and management; Suzanne Marie Kelley, master of science, public management Patricia Thornton, daughter of John and Margaret Thornton of Pittsburgh, will attend the ICM School of Busmen this fall. A 1990 graduate of North Hills High School, she received high honor certificates and was listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students. She will study secretarial sciences. Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for women announced that Janet Mer- lack-Mariocco of the North Hills is a recipient of the Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Continuing Education Scholarship for the 1990-91 academic year. Scholarship winners are selected on the basis of individual merit and advancement toward ca- reer goals along with post-graduate study. A graduate of North Hills High School, she attended West Virginia University and the University of Hawaii She is currently enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh in the graduate school of nursing as a family nurse practitioner student. f i i Rich Riccardi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Riccardi of Ross, was elected to the position of vice president of financial affairs for the student government at Slippery Rock University. A fourth year business major, he is active in the Theta Xi fraterity. Raymond R. Istenes, son of Raymond and Marjone Istenes of AlL- son Park, graduated from Embrjr- Riddle Aeronautical University m Daytona Beach, Fla. with a bachelor of science degree in aeronautical engineering. · · · Leslie A. McKeough of Gibsonia, has been designated an Alpha Scholar for the 1989-90 year at Washington and Jefferson College, Alnha Scholars are students who have cumulative quality point averages of 3 85 or higher on jf 4 0 scale » · · · John Joseph Cousins of Pittsburgh, received The Hewlett-P}ck- ard Outstanding Senior Project ' Team Award from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. less, recently graduated with honors from Bethany College in West Virginia, with a bachelor of science degree in psychology. A 1986 graduate of North Allegheny High School, she is presently employed as a residential counselor for the Whale's Tale. She will be entering a master's program at the University of Pittsburgh in the fall. ' Carnegie Mellon University announced that the following local students received degrees at May commencement. From Allison Park: DaHTVictor Morse, doctor of philosophy, civil engineering; Sanjeev Katyal, bachelor of science, chemical engineering; John A. Baker, master of science; colloids, polymers and surfaces; Sriram Vasantharajan, · doctor of philosophy, chemical engineering; John Albert Howell IV, bachelor of science, managerial economics; Madhav Vasanth Rajan, doctor of philosophy, industrial administration; Whitney Anne Nicholson, bachelor of science, industrial management; Juliane C. Reinert, master of public management, public management; Gary Robert Kline, bachelor of fine arts, music performance; Alex Christian Hoffman, bachelor of science, policy and management; David Michael Zubrow, doctor of philosophy, sociarand decision sciences. From Bradford Woods: Michael Dean Lemmon, doctor of philosophy, electrical and computer engineering; Thad Johnson, bachelor of science, mathematicscomputer science From Glenshaw: Gwenda Lea .Braithwaite-Woodbury, master of architecture, architecture; Eric Michael Kushon, bachelor of science, chemical engineering; Carol Ruth Barvinchak, master of science, colloids, polymers and surfaces; Barry Joseph O'Rorke, bachelor of arts, applied history; Paul John Hughes, master of science, industrial- administratTOrrr Stephen Joseph Mahoney, bachelor of science, applied mathematics (computer science);. Eric Malcolm Cottington, master of public management, public management; Jacqueline A. Barsh, master of sci- ence,jmblic management and j icy From Gibsonia: James Roger Christenson, master of science, colloids, polymers and surfaces; William Joseph Ott, master of science, industrial administration; Patricia Shanahan, master of science, industrial administration; Gary Quattro, master of public management, public management; -Terry Albert Schiebel, master of public management, public management; Louis Joseph Miceli, master of public management, public management; Diane Mance Zywotko, master of public management, public management." From Pittsburgh i'^Eric Michael Polkis, bachelor of arts, applied history, Wendi Anne Amos, bachelor of science, industrial management; Daniel Edward Crimmins, bachelor of science, industrial management; Gary James Breauninger, bachelor of science, industrial management; James Themistocles Balouris, bachelor of science, industrial management; Bryan Todd Schmersal, bachelor of science, applied mathematics; Denise Marie Meyer, bachelor of fine arts, music performance; Steven Andrew Maranowski, bachelor of science, electrical engineering; Jill Suzanne Brinjak, bachelor of science, industrial management; Michele Margaret Misiti, bachelor of fine arts, drama; Frederick John Mannion. doctor of philosophy, metallurgical engineering, Leonard Robert Kallop Jr., master of public management, public management, Gary Joseph Schwager, master of science, industrial administration, Jeffrej S. Lampus, bachelor of fine arts, music performance, Jeffrey t. 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