Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - LOCAL NEWS -

Sa­muel Groven­burg of Ker­honk­son grad­u­ated from Tu­lane Univer­sity’s School of Medicine in New Or­leans with a doc­tor of medicine.

Casey Wester­mann of Kingston grad­u­ated from the State Univer­sity of New York at Oswego, with a master of sci­ence in ed­u­ca­tion degree in tech­nol­ogy ed­u­ca­tion.

Jes­sica Hausele of Wallill, a stu­dent at Bald­win Wal­lace Univer­sity in Berea, Ohio, was the re­cip­i­ent of a Trus­tees Schol­ar­ship.

The $13,000 schol­ar­ship was based on out­stand­ing aca­demic achieve­ments in high school. The univer­sity’s merit schol­ar­ships are awarded to full-time students and are re­new­able up to four years with good aca­demic and so­cial stand­ing.

Deztiny Di Meo of Rhinebeck, a stu­dent at Rochester In­sti­tute of Tech­nol­ogy, was awarded an In­no­va­tion and Cre­ativ­ity Award Schol­ar­ship by the in­sti­tute.

She is a stu­dent in the graphic de­sign pro­gram at the in­sti­tute’s College of Imag­ing Arts and Sciences.

She is the daugh­ter of Dawn Di Meo and Ge­orge Lasher.

Four area res­i­dents at­tend­ing Hud­son Val­ley Com­mu­nity College in Troy — Wil­bert Gu­tier­rez Velasquez of

Kingston, James Cowan of Shokan, Al­ida Palaz­zolo of New Paltz and Jen­nifer VanBuren of West Camp — were the re­cip­i­ents of awards dur­ing the spring se­mes­ter.

Velasquez re­ceived the Eugenia Staerker In­di­vid­ual Stud­ies Award. It is awarded to a grad­u­at­ing se­nior en­rolled in the in­di­vid­ual stud­ies pro­gram who has a grade point av­er­age or 3.0or higher, demon­strates lead­er­ship, cam­pus in­volve­ment and com­mu­nity ser­vice.

Cowan re­ceived the Robert Hooke Award for Ex­cel­lence in Cel­lu­lar Bi­ol­ogy. It is given to a stu­dent who has ex­celled in the study of cel­lu­lar bi­ol­ogy.

Palaz­zolo re­ceived the Proc­tor & Gam­ble Award for Ex­cel­lence in Pre­ven­tive Den­tistry. it is given to a stu­dent in the den­tal hy­giene pro­gram who demon­strates out­stand­ing achieve­ment in the be­hav­ioral as­pects of den­tal hy­giene pa­tient-cen­tered care.

VanBuren re­ceived the Col­gate Stu­dent To­tal Achieve­ment Recog­ni­tion Award. It is awarded to a se­nior den­tal hy­giene stu­dent who demon­strated ded­i­ca­tion to the pro­fes­sion of den­tal hy­giene, ex­hib­ited com­pas­sion in pa­tient care and dis­played en­thu­si­asm dur­ing the com­mu­nity ser­vice por­tion of their stud­ies.

Xiaoyi Zeng of Pine Bush, a stu­dent at the State Univer­sity of New York at Oneonta, was one of five art schol­ar­ship re­cip­i­ents who ex­hib­ited art­work in SUNY Oneonta’s Project Space Gallery.

Art­work by Zeng, a ju­nior ma­jor­ing in Com­puter Art, was fea­tured in “Stu­dent Re­cip­i­ent Ex­hi­bi­tion, Jean Parish Memo­rial Schol­ar­ship 2015-2016.” A range of styles and me­dia — in­clud­ing

draw­ing, paint­ing, pho­tog­ra­phy, prints and mixed me­dia — was in­cluded in the ex­hibit, which opened Sept. 6and ran through Sept. 30.

Tay­lor Creagh of Pine Bush was named to the pres­i­dent’s list at Coastal Carolina Univer­sity in Conway, S.C., for the spring se­mes­ter?

Students earn pres­i­dent’s list sta­tus by achiev­ing a 4.0 grade point av­er­age.

A se­nior, Creagh is ma­jor­ing in ex­er­cise and sport sci­ence.

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