Bloomsburg University spring 2021 graduates
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania congratulates the nearly 1,200 students who received their academic degrees the weekend of May 14-16.
The overall grade-point average necessary for honors distinction is: cum laude (with distinction) 3.5-3.74 overall average; magna cum laude (with great distinction) 3.75-3.94 overall average and summa cum laude (with highest distinction) 3.95-4.0 overall average.
Local graduates and their degrees include:
Albrightsville: Michal Szlagiewicz, summa cum laude, BAS technical leadership.
Barnesville: Sarah Herring, cum laude, professional sales and marketing; Mychaellah Lucas, cum laude with a degree in speech pathology and audiology.
Brodheadsville: Anastasia Moreo, cum laude, social work.
Danielsville: Seth Schaller, computer science.
Effort: Alexander Havens, cum laude, digital forensics; Christopher Nelson, business administration* info and tech management.
Kunkletown: Kayla Marsdale, magna cum laude, interdisciplinary studies.
Lansford: Anthony Greco, business administration* management.
Lehighton: Mikayla Blakeslee, MEd educational leadership; Megan Britt, MEd educational leadership; Celina Fital, MS speech-language pathology; Zachary Kemmerer, cum laude, political science; Jana Schluter, MS speech-language pathology; Jazmin Walker, cum laude, business education.
Mahanoy City: Katie Loughlin, magna cum laude, Special Ed(PK-8)/EChild(PK-4); Joseph Peters, cum laude, English.
McAdoo: Rebecca Maff, MS biology; Trista Nester, cum laude, nursingl Elizabeth Petrole, business administration* management.
New Ringgold: Isabella Ligenza, MS instructional technology.
Orwigsburg: Maya Throne, cum laude, speech pathology and audiology.
Palmerton: Allison Dugan, business administration* finance.
Saylorsburg: Michael Facella, biology; Tyler Massey, cum laude, accounting; Daniel Smith, magna cum laude, history.
Slatington: Daniel Abruzzi, communication studies.
Tamaqua: Tina VanBuren, nursing practice (DNP).
Walnutport: Luke Lieberman, cum laude, BAS technical leadership.
Weatherly: Shaianne Perkins, psychology; Jacob Sirkot, criminal justice.