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Student news - Aug. 29

August 29, 2011

Anthony “Tony” P. DiNicola graduated from Hedgesville (W.Va.) High School in 1997, and completed his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry at Virginia Tech in 2002.  

He graduated from West Virginia University School of Medicine in 2006, with a Doctor of Medicine degree.  

He completed his residency training in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va., in 2010.  

He finished his medical training by completing an interventional pain medicine fellowship at Virginia Commonwealth University in June.  

DiNicola joined Orthopaedic Associates, a private practice multi-specialty group in Spartanburg, S.C. His practice is focused on restoring quality of life in patients with chronic pain as an interventional pain medicine specialist.

He and his wife, Christine, who is also a Hedgesville High School and West Virginia University graduate, recently celebrated their seven-year wedding anniversary.  They have two daughters, Olivia, 3, and Madeline, 1.  



HACKENSACK, N.J. — Carl Weisbecker recently was awarded a Ph.D. in chemistry from Stevens Institute.

Carl is a 1986 graduate of North Hagerstown High School.

He received a Bachelor of Science in chemistry, graduating summa cum laude from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in 1990.

He was awarded a merit scholarship to Harvard University, where he received a master’s degree in chemistry.

He has worked in the New York area with Sun Chemical Corp. of Hackensack. During that time, he attended Stevens Institute of Technology,  and in May received his Ph.D.

Carl is the son of Shirley and Samuel Weisbecker of Hagerstown.



TOWSON, Md. — Tammy Duffey of Boonsboro graduated in May from Towson University’s Hagerstown campus with a Master of Science degree in nursing.



BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. — Gardner-Webb University announced that Kasey Gladhill of Hagerstown was among 273 students who recently graduated during its 2011 summer commencement exercises.

Gladhill graduated with a Bachelor of Science in health/wellness.



SALISBURY, Md. — Deanna Mackey, daughter of Tina Mackey of Hagerstown and Deadon Mackey of Smithsburg, recently received the annual Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/New Careers in Nursing Scholarship for Salisbury University students.

The program supports accelerated programs, which offer the most efficient route to licensure as a registered nurse for adults who have already completed a baccalaureate or graduate degree in a discipline other than nursing.

Mackey is a junior majoring in nursing and previously received her Bachelor of Science in psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University.

She is a 2007 graduate of North Hagerstown High School.

 

PHILADELPHIA — Marissa Dorsey of Mt. Airy, Md., was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Thomas Johnson University.

She is majoring in occupational therapy.



FREDERICK, Md. — The Maryland Sheriff’s Institute allocates funds for each sheriff in the state of Maryland to award students who are pursuing a career in criminal justice, police science, or other law enforcement-related fields.  

Frederick County Sheriff Chuck Jenkins awarded the money to three Frederick County students. Each of them received a $250 scholarship.

“I’m very proud of this year’s recipients,” Jenkins said. ”It’s great to see three young people working toward careers in criminal justice and I’m glad we can help them continue with their studies.”  

The recipients are:

  • Crystal Fogg, 20, of Frederick, a student at the University of Baltimore. She is a previous scholarship recipient.
  • James Clark, 20, of Mt. Airy, Md., a student at Frostburg State University. He is a previous scholarship recipient.
  • Richard Freysz, 22, of Myersville, Md., a student at Frostburg State University.



SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The following area students were named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Syracuse University:
  • Kiri Rowan of Frederick, Md., College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • Brian Artusio of Frederick, College of Arts and Sciences and S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
  • Taylor Davis of Urbana, Md., College of Arts and Sciences
  • Morgan Gish of Boonsboro, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Anne Kraft of Hagerstown, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Hollis Daniels of Ijamsville, Md., College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • Kerry O’Connell of New Market, Md., S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
  • Jennifer Weigle of New Market, College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • David Wilson of Smithsburg, L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science
  • Andrew Casadonte of Walkersville, Md., College of Visual and Performing Arts 

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