Amy Catherine Landsman of Boonsboro has been selected to be a member of the Westover Honors Program, which promotes interaction among students who value academic excellence.
Westover Fellows follow a core of honors courses in humanities, mathematics, social science, fine arts and science. The honors curriculum replaces most of the college's general education requirements.
Landsman is a freshman at Lynchburg (Va.) College, majoring in interdisciplinary studies-teacher education.
Jared N. Payne of Halfway, who attends Salisbury (Md.) University, has been accepted into the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business, a worldwide Association of Advanced Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accreditation program at Salisbury University.
It requires a distinguished level of performance, adhering to strict guidelines held by the AACSB.
Jared is majoring in information systems in the computer field. He plans to graduate in December 2008 from SU with a bachelor's degree, and then continue his education for his master's degree.