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.
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.