Lo­cal stu­dents named to dean’s list at Sal­is­bury Univer­sity

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The fol­low­ing lo­cal stu­dents were named to the dean’s list at Sal­is­bury Univer­sity for the fall 2015 se­mes­ter. Bel Al­ton Robert Al­lard, Morghan Hunger­ford La Plata Austin Bare­foot, Mada­lyn Hasz, Gar­rett Lun­de­gard, Jack Mis­ter, Heidi Rottman, Ali­son Ha­ley, Sarah Gin­gerich, Christo­pher Wa­then, Andrew McCormick, Willa Liberi Wal­dorf Nelcy Avila, Jamiya Brooks, Isa­iah Crisp, Jas­min Daniels, Jenifer Ede­len, Me­gan Good­ell, Stephen Krucelyak, Gahr Less­ner, Au­drey Davis, Kimberly Gar­cia-Tor­res, Britni Walker, Amanda Cian­flocco, Justin De­jausserand, Mor­gan Hous­ton, Teng­w­era Kaunda, Leigh Kitzmiller, Sierra Mitchel­tree, Michael Odeyemi, Steia Wil­liams, Grace McKin­non, Kha­ree Carr, Dustin Cox, Bran­don Ed­wards, Glory Ball, Mary Holden, Khenra Shupe, Kyle McMillen

Other area res­i­dents in­clude Joseph Sharkey of Bene­dict; Chakayla Mid­dle­ton of Bryans Road; Han­nah Gray of Bryan­town; Ni­cholas Pfeif­fer of Char­lotte Hall; Lind­sey Gateau of Hugh­esville; Karle King-Wil­liams of In­dian Head; Michael Mott of Nan­je­moy; Brooke Rye of Pom­fret; Wil­liam Adams of Port To­bacco; and Erin Whitt of White Plains.

The fol­low­ing lo­cal stu­dents grad­u­ated from Sal­is­bury Univer­sity dur­ing a cer­e­mony at the Wi­comico Youth & Civic Cen­ter. La Plata Cierra Car­roll, bach­e­lor of science, man­age­ment; Cindie Jones, bach­e­lor of science, man­age­ment; and Ray­mond Thomp­son, bach­e­lor of science, in­ter­dis­ci­pli­nary stud­ies. Wal­dorf Tyler Bowl­ing, bach­e­lor of science, bi­ol­ogy, cum laude; Gahr Less­ner, bach­e­lor of arts, en­vi­ron­men­tal stud­ies; Jes­sica Wil­liams, bach­e­lor of science, el­e­men­tary ed­u­ca­tion, summa cum laude; Alisha Sweatt, bach­e­lor of arts, po­lit­i­cal science; Britni Walker, bach­e­lor of arts, Span­ish; and Tif­fany Mor­ris, bach­e­lor of science, ex­er­cise science.

Other area res­i­dents in­clude Robert Al­lard of Bel Al­ton, bach­e­lor of arts, so­ci­ol­ogy, magna cum laude; Joseph Sharkey of Bene­dict, bach­e­lor of science, ac­count­ing and in­for­ma­tion sys­tems; bach­e­lor of science,

bach­e­lor of arts,

Molly McGowan of Char­lotte Hall was named to the dean’s list at Bard Col­lege at Si­mon’s Rock for the fall 2015 se­mes­ter. To be el­i­gi­ble for this honor, a stu­dent must carry 14 or more cred­its and achieve a grade point av­er­age of 3.5.

McGowan com­pleted 10th grade at Chop­ti­con High School be­fore leav­ing to be­gin col­lege early.

Kather­ine E. Hayes, daugh­ter of Robert and Mary Hayes of Smith­field, Va., and grand­daugh­ter of Harold and Imo­gene Hayes of LaPlata, was named to the dean’s list at Univer­sity of Vir­ginia for the fall 2015 se­mes­ter.

Hayes is a sec­ond-year stu­dent at UVA study­ing for­eign af­fairs and span­ish.

Joshua Mot­sen­bocker of Wal­dorf grad­u­ated from Troy Univer­sity dur­ing term three of the 2015-2016 aca­demic year.

Mot­sen­bocker grad­u­ated with the bach­e­lor of science de­gree from the Col­lege of Arts and Sciences.

Oluwa­tobi Ogun­niyi of Wal­dorf has re­ceived the Most Valu­able Player Award for the Ran­dolph-Ma­con Academy ju­nior var­sity bas­ket­ball team. The award is in recog­ni­tion of his out­stand­ing per­for­mance dur­ing the 2015-2016 win­ter sports sea­son.

Ogun­niyi is the son of Ms. Brid­get Emordi of Wal­dorf and Mr. O Jimmy Ogun­niyi of Lau­rel. He is a sopho­more at Ran­dolph-Ma­con Academy.

The Frost­burg State Univer­sity Brass Ensemble, un­der the di­rec­tion of Kevin McManus, will present its spring con­cert on Fri­day, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. in the Pealer Recital Hall of FSU’s Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter. This event is free and open to the pub­lic.

Selections will in­clude “The Call­ing” by David W. Moore, “Gal­liard Battaglia” by Sa­muel Scheidt, “Three Pieces” by Jo­hann Pezel, “What a Friend We Have” by Charles C. Con­verse and “Gonna Build a Moun­tain” by Anthony Newley and Les­lie Bri­cusse.

The recital will also fea­ture the fol­low­ing FSU brass stu­dents per­form­ing solo works: Alexan­dria Blank and Jeremy John­son on trum­pets, Ash­lee Go­jeski on the French horn, Dean­dre Cook on the trom­bone, Maame Agyekum on the bass trom­bone, Ayauna An­drews on eu­pho­nium and Jeb Cliber on the tuba.

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact FSU’s Depart­ment of Mu­sic at 301-687-4109.

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