Likins inducted into Psi Chi National Honor Society at Salisbury University
Carlos A. Likins was inducted into the Psi Chi National Honor Society at an induction banquet held April 30 at Salisbury University.
Likins, a senior at Salisbury University, will graduate May 19 with a major in psychology and minor studies in statistics and business administration. He was inducted this past year into the National Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Society.
Likins is senior executive vice president and operations director for the Salisbury University transportation system, Safe Ride. He is a four year veteran of the university jazz band, for which he received a scholarship each year, and four year recipient of the university President’s Scholarship. He is also a four year member, as varsity athlete, of the university’s nationally-ranked track and field team.
Likins is a 2012 graduate of Thomas Stone High School in Waldorf.
Bishop breaks school track and field record at Stevenson University
Allison Bishop of Waldorf was one of three Stevenson University track and field team members to break a school record in the Hopkins/Loyola Invite held April 16 in Baltimore.
Bishop, a freshman, overrode her previous school mark in the discus toss, throwing a distance of 34.39 meters. She placed ninth overall.
Tyler Cymone Smith of Port Tobacco graduated from University of North Carolina Asheville in May and was named to the dean’s list. He received a bachelor of science in management and awarded University Research Scholar designation.
Local students initiated into Phi Kappa Phi at UMUC
The following local students were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at University of Maryland University College. Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Josh Adams of Waldorf Cristina Kiggins of Waldorf Reginald Johnson of White Plains Kirsten Pilkerton of La Plata Membership to Phi Kappa Phi is by invitation and requires nomination and approval by a chapter.
Lauren Neumann of Mechanicsville received a bachelor of arts in communication degree from Berry College at graduation ceremonies on May 7.
Makayla graduates from York College
Thompson Makayla of White Plains received a bachelor of science of finance degree at York College of Pennsylvania commencement exercises on May 14.
Local students graduate from St. Mary’s College
The following local students graduated from St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
Mary Gmaz of Bryans Road, bachelor of arts in anthropology
Tiffany Hergett of Bryans Road, bachelor of arts in biology, cum laude
Kari Clements of arts in english
Scott Lee of Waldorf, bachelor of arts in international languages and culture, cum laude
Beatty graduates from Midland University
Corey E. Beatty of Waldorf received a bachelor of arts degree from Midland University at its annual commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 14, in the Wikert Event Center.
Ogunniyi named to president’s list at Randolph-Macon Academy
Oluwatobi Ogunniyi of Waldorf, a sophomore at Randolph-Macon Academy, has been named to the
Parker Labrie of Waldorf graduated with a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice at York College of Pennsylvania (YCP) commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 14, 2016.
While at YCP, Labrie served three years as resident assistant and four years as a member of the Campus Activities Board and Peer Support Network, for which he held annual terms as president and treasurer. He also participated in Men’s Club Lacrosse, Soccer, and Mixed Martial Arts. Labrie’s academic achievements, leadership roles, and off campus community service activities earned him a YCP nomination for national recognition, resulting in his being selected as a 2016 honoree by Who’s Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges.
Labrie is a 2012 graduate of Westlake High School in Waldorf. He is the son of Russell and Mana Labrie of Waldorf and the grandson of Joseph and Ruth Labrie.