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Ever­sole awarded de­gree

of Hol­ly­wood re­ceived a master’s of science de­gree in hu­man en­vi­ron­men­tal sciences from The Univer­sity of Alabama. UA awarded some 1,342 de­grees dur­ing sum­mer 2018 com­mence­ment on Aug. 4.

Three named to honor so­ci­ety

Three stu­dents were re­cently ac­cepted into Phi Eta Sigma, the na­tional fresh­man honor so­ci­ety, at Sal­is­bury Univer­sity.

daugh­ter of Matthew and Pamela Bren­nan of Lex­ing­ton Park, is a sopho­more ma­jor­ing in res­pi­ra­tory ther­apy. She is a mem­ber of the women’s swim team and Stu­dent United Way and an as­sis­tant in the per­for­mance lab­o­ra­tory. Bren­nan is a re­cip­i­ent of the NCAA All-Aca­demic Award for swim­ming. She is a 2017 grad­u­ate of Great Mills High School.

daugh­ter of Lance and Tara John­son of Me­chan­icsville, is a sopho­more ma­jor­ing in ex­er­cise science. She is a mem­ber of the Delta Gamma soror­ity. John­son is a dean’s list stu­dent. She is a 2017 grad­u­ate of Chop­ti­con High School.

daugh­ter of Luke Ha­gen­stick of Cal­i­for­nia and Sarah Ha­gen­sick of Hol­ly­wood, was re­cently ac­cepted into Phi Eta Sigma, the na­tional fresh­man honor so­ci­ety, at Sal­is­bury Univer­sity. Ha­gen­sick is a sopho­more ma­jor­ing in mar­ket­ing. She is a mem­ber of the cheer­lead­ing team, and is a 2017 grad­u­ate of Leonard­town High School.

Stu­dents ac­cepted to new honors col­lege

The HTC Honors Col­lege and Cen­ter for In­ter­dis­ci­plinary Stud­ies was es­tab­lished at Coastal Carolina Univer­sity on Oct. 12, and the 700 stu­dents who had been ac­cepted into the univer­sity’s honors pro­gram are now the first stu­dents housed in the new col­lege. It will fea­ture new ini­tia­tives and a re­vised cur­ricu­lum. Among those stu­dents who are now a part of the HTC Honors Col­lege are:

a ma­rine science ma­jor of Leonard­town; a spe­cial ed­u­ca­tion multi-cat­e­gor­i­cal ma­jor of Leonard­town; a el­e­men­tary ed­u­ca­tion ma­jor of Hol­ly­wood; and a bio­chem­istry ma­jor of Cal­i­for­nia.

Heisler grad­u­ates from col­lege

of Hol­ly­wood grad­u­ated with a de­gree in in­ter­na­tional busi­ness from James Madi­son Univer­sity dur­ing the Aug. 4 com­mence­ment ex­er­cises. Heisler was among more than 730 stu­dents who re­ceived un­der­grad­u­ate, master’s, ed­u­ca­tional spe­cial­ist and doc­toral de­grees.

Nepini per­forms

McDaniel Col­lege stu­dent of Cal­i­for­nia per­formed in the stu­dent solo recital on Fri­day, Nov. 9, in McDaniel Lounge at the col­lege in West­min­ster. The recital fea­tured a se­lec­tion of vo­cal and in­stru­men­tal soloists per­form­ing a wide va­ri­ety of mu­sic span­ning from clas­si­cal to con­tem­po­rary. He also per­formed with the West­min­ster Sym­phony Or­ches­tra on Dec. 8, in WMC Alumni Hall at the col­lege.

Gill in­ducted into honor so­ci­ety

was among the 38 new­est mem­bers in­ducted into the Univer­sity of the Sciences Penn­syl­va­nia Kappa Chap­ter of the Al­pha Chi Na­tional Honor So­ci­ety, dur­ing a spe­cial cer­e­mony held on Nov. 13. Gill is a bi­ol­ogy stu­dent from Leonard­town.

Ker­win ac­cepted to nurs­ing honor so­ci­ety

daugh­ter of Wil­liam and Teresa Ker­win of Leonard­town, was re­cently ac­cepted into Sigma Theta Tau, the honor so­ci­ety of nurs­ing at Sal­is­bury Univer­sity. Sigma Theta Tau, an in­ter­na­tional or­ga­ni­za­tion, pro­motes nurs­ing ex­cel­lence and shares nurs­ing knowl­edge for use in prac­tice. Ker­win is a se­nior nurs­ing ma­jor. She is a mem­ber of Stu­dent Nurses As­so­ci­a­tion. Ker­win is a re­cip­i­ent of the Meds­tar St. Mary’s Hos­pi­tal Health­care Schol­ar­ship, and is a 2015 grad­u­ate of Leonard­town High School.

Three grad­u­ate Coastal Carolina

Coastal Carolina Univer­sity held com­mence­ment cer­e­monies on Dec. 14, and more than 700 stu­dents were el­i­gi­ble to par­tic­i­pate. Bar­bara Blain-Bel­lamy, mayor of Con­way, S.C., was the speaker.

a ma­rine science ma­jor from Char­lotte Hall, earned a bach­e­lor of science de­gree; a com­mu­ni­ca­tion ma­jor from Lex­ing­ton Park, earned a bach­e­lor of arts de­gree; and a in­tel­li­gence and na­tional se­cu­rity stud­ies ma­jor from Me­chan­icsville, earned a bach­e­lor of arts de­gree.

Hast­ings earns de­gree

Lex­ing­ton Park res­i­dent

grad­u­ated from the Univer­sity of Cen­tral Ok­la­homa with a bach­e­lor of science de­gree in fam­ily life ed­u­ca­tion — child de­vel­op­ment as a part of the fall 2018 class, which in­cluded 1,209 stu­dents.

Frost­burg gives schol­ar­ships

Frost­burg State Univer­sity an­nounce the fol­low­ing area stu­dents have re­ceived schol­ar­ships for study at the Univer­sity. of Hol­ly­wood re­ceived the Old Main Schol­ar­ship. Far­rell at­tended Leonard­town High School, and her par­ents are James Far­rell and Jane Far­rell. of Hol­ly­wood re­ceived the Old Main Schol­ar­ship. Prelog at­tended Leonard­town High School, and her par­ent is Sarah Prelog.

Cris­taudo fin­ishes col­lege

of Me­chan­icsville grad- uated Cum Laude from York Col­lege of Penn­syl­va­nia on Dec. 19. Cris­taudo earned a bach­e­lor of science de­gree in early el­e­men­tary/spe­cial ed­u­ca­tion.

Coastal Carolina an­nounces dean’s list

More than 2,400 stu­dents at Coastal Carolina Univer­sity in South Carolina were named to the dean’s list for the fall 2018 se­mes­ter. That’s more than 23 per­cent of the stu­dent body earn­ing a GPA of 3.5 or higher. Among those stu­dents earn­ing a spot on the dean’s list were: a ma­rine science ma­jor of Me­chan­icsville; a ex­er­cise and sport science ma­jor of Lex­ing­ton Park; a English ma­jor of Hol­ly­wood; a man­age­ment pre-ma­jor ma­jor of Me­chan­icsville; a bi­ol­ogy ma­jor of Me­chan­icsville; a re­cre­ation and sport man­age­ment ma­jor of Lex­ing­ton Park; and a ma­rine science ma­jor of Leonard­town.

Kriz on dean’s list

Melissa Kriz, a Leonard­town na­tive, qual­i­fied for the fall 2018 dean’s list at Bel­mont Univer­sity. El­i­gi­bil­ity is based on a min­i­mum course load of 12 hours and a qual­ity grade point av­er­age of 3.5 with no grade be­low a C.

Coastal Carolina names pres­i­dent’s list

Eight hun­dred and seventy-five stu­dents at Coastal Carolina Univer­sity earned a per­fect 4.0 GPA dur­ing the fall 2018 se­mes­ter. The aca­demic achieve­ment earns them a spot on the pres­i­dent’s list. Among the stu­dents were:

a ma­rine science ma­jor from Leonard­town; a bi­ol­ogy ma­jor from Cal­i­for­nia; and

a spe­cial ed­u­ca­tion multi-cat­e­gor­i­cal ma­jor from Leonard­town.

Hol­land com­petes in re­search sym­po­sium

of Char­lotte Hall, a stu­dent at McDaniel Col­lege in West­min­ster, earned sec­ond place at the UMBC Un­der­grad­u­ate Re­search Sym­po­sium in the Chem­i­cal and Bi­o­log­i­cal Sciences. Hol­land was among five McDaniel Col­lege stu­dents who at­tended the con­fer­ence on Oct. 20. Hol­land, a se­nior chem­istry ma­jor, and McDaniel Col­lege ju­nior Randy Hil­leary, a bi­ol­ogy ma­jor from Bon­ney Lake, Wash., took sec­ond place for their re­search in the de­sign and syn­the­sis of po­ten­tial an­tibi­otics against gram-neg­a­tive bac­te­rial in­fec­tions.

Al­bright makes dean’s list

of Great Mills has achieved a place on the Univer­sity of Evansville dean’s list for aca­demic achieve­ments dur­ing the fall se­mes­ter 2018. Al­bright is ma­jor­ing in ex­er­cise science. To make the list, a stu­dent must earn at least a 3.5 GPA.

The Lex­ing­ton Park li­brary will hold Teen Night: Glow in the Park! on Thurs­day, Jan. 17, from 5 to 7 p.m. It’s dark out­side so it’s a per­fect time to come in to get your glow on. Cre­ate glow in the dark crafts and play glow­ing games. Open for teens and tweens ages 12 to 18.

Do yoga at the li­brary

The Lex­ing­ton Park li­brary will hold Yoga at the Li­brary on Satur­day, Jan. 19, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Come and learn how to align the mind, body and breath as you move your joints through the ap­pro­pri­ate range of mo­tion. This ba­sic yoga class is of­fered in a re­laxed learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment and is open to all lev­els of in­ter­est and abil­ity. Bring a yoga mat or a towel. Reg­is­tra­tion re­quired at www.stmalib.org.

An­nual friends brunch planned for next month

The Friends of the St. Mary’s County Li­brary will hold its an­nual brunch at Olde Bre­ton Inn, lo­cated at 21890 So­ci­ety Hill Road in Leonard­town, on Satur­day, Feb. 2, at 11 a.m. A break­fast buf­fet will be served and there will be a talk from guest speaker Rear Adm. Steve East­burg, “The Mis­sion of NAS Patux­ent River: Re­flec­tions on the Past … and a Look to the Fu­ture.” Tick­ets are $30 or $25 per per­son for Friends mem­bers. Pur­chase tick­ets on­line at http://bit.ly/FOLBrunch or by check at the li­brary.

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