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Student news June 12

June 16, 2005
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He was awarded the 2000-2002 North Carolina Governor's Management Fellowship and served as legislative liaison for Govs. James B. Hunt and Michael Easley of North Carolina. Through this fellowship, he earned his Masters of Public Policy Certificate through the Sanford Institute of Public Policy at Duke University and the University of North Carolina Institute of Government in 2002 while concentrating in state personnel administration.

At WVU, Rose worked in the West Virginia Clinical Law Program, a nonprofit organization that provides pro bono legal services to the indigent, elderly and handicapped.

He is president of the WVU Democratic Law Caucus and worked as an advance team member and event coordinator for the Kerry-Edwards campaign in 2004.

He plans to return to Washington, D.C., to work on Capitol Hill.

Rose is the grandson of Melvin and Phyllis Rose of Hagerstown.




The Rev. Delancy Catlett graduated with a Master of Divinity degree with a concentration in town and country ministry from Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, Pa. on May 13.

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Rev. Catlett is a member of Downsville Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). He has served as pastsor of Mt. Vernon Reformed United Church of Christ in Keedysville for three years.




The following Hagerstown students were named to the Spring 2005 Dean's List at Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, Pa.:

Jonathan C. Baker, automotive technology management; Zachary B. Martin, automotive technology management




Jessica Erin Shadrach, daughter of Steve and Shannon Shadrach, graduated from Towson University on May 22 with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics with actuarial science and risk management.

Shadrach graduated from South Hagerstown High School in 2002.

Anthony Aziz of Hagerstown has accepted membership in The national Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS). He will be honored with a campus ceremony in the fall at University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C.

NSCS is a highly selective, national, nonprofit honors organization. Aziz is a 2004 graduate of St. Maria Goretti High School.




Michael Aziz, a 1999 graduate of St. Maria Goretti High School, recently received his Master of Architecture degree from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Ga.

Aziz received the American Institute of Architects award for "Outstanding Thesis Design."This award is given to one graduate each year. He graduated with a 4.0 grade-point average and was a member of the Tau Sigma Alpha national honor socieity.




More than 100 students from the Tri-State area were named to the dean's list at Frostburg State University, Frostburg, Md., or the spring 2005 semester.

To be eligible, a student must undertake a minimum of 12 credit hours and earn a cumulative semester grade-point average of at least 3.4 on a 4.0 scale.

Tri-State area students who earned a 4.0 from FSU's three academic colleges include:

n College of Business

Hancock - Jodi Keefer.

Middletown, Md. - Marc Clayton.

n College of Education

Hagerstown - Shelley Calendine, Laura Luhouse, Brandon Rethemeyer.

Maugansville - Jennifer Steinla.

Frederick, Md. - Rebecca Frey.

Middletown, Md. - Shannon Sturtz.

New Market, Md. - Elizabeth Hlebasko.

Walkersville, Md. - David Stant.

Warfordsburg, Pa. - Kelly True.

n College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Hagerstown - Nicole Garber, Rhonda Hall, James Knodle, Ren Parks, Robin Strange.

Cascade - David King, Christopher Shelton.

Frederick, Md. - Diana Abrecht, Valerie Nozzi, Sean Uthe.

Ijamsville, Md. - Mary Waalkes.

Jefferson, Md. - Krista Bishop, Shea Marshall.

Middletown, Md. - Sara Darby.

n Undeclared Majors

Hagerstown - James Knodle.

Hancock - Mia Hornbaker.

Students earning a 3.4 or better on a 4.0 scale:

n College of Business

Hagerstown - Travis Bennett, Ashley Heckman, Andrew May, Ashley Shank, Alana Sowers, Jesse Taylor, Todd Wilson.

Hancock - Daniel Keefer

Williamsport - Michelle Mummert.

Frederick, Md. - Adam Wetzel.

Middletown, Md. - James Romano.

New Market, Md. - Mollie Marman.

Greencastle, Pa. - Taylor Davis.

n College of Education

Hagerstown - Stefanie Barr, Gaela Murphy, Meghan Parker, Sarah Prather, Ashley Saylor.

Boonsboro - Megan Newkirk.

Clear Spring - Justin Michael.

Funkstown - Ashley Evans.

Hancock - Christopher Finney.

Knoxville - Angela Burns.

Sharpsburg - Erin Hammersla.

Williamsport - Jessica Clingan, Lindsay Miles.

Frederick, Md. - Christopher Baugher, Tyrus Changuris, Angela Giuffreda, Anna Routzahn.

Ijamsville, Md. - Nicholas Beheler.

Thurmont, Md. - Sheila Kurtz.

Walkersville, Md. - Jason Goff, Sarah Huber, Bethany Seyler.

n College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Hagerstown - Jonathan Beattie, Timothy Dorsey, Brooke Latta, Justin Lego, Tiffany Needy, Tasha Powell, Tyler Snyder.

Boonsboro - Matthew Miller, Elliott Wright.

Fairplay - Jessica Draper.

Hancock - Jacob Pittman.

Keedysville - Kevin Roy, Wyatte Stier.

Knoxville - Laura Moore.

Smithsburg - Matthew Ancarrow, Jennifer Mose, Alecia Reinke.

Williamsport - Marjorie Durham, Jason McMillan, Lance Schlosser.

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