July 29, 2012
The University System of Maryland at Hagerstown recognized 19 scholarship recipients during an awards reception in the USMH lobby on July 16. Along with 10 USMH scholarships, nine awards will be given from the Magnolia Foundation Scholarship Fund. The fund includes two named awards each from the Board of County Commissioners and Citicorp Inc. Also, an award from the city of Hagerstown and a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) scholarship will be given. Students being awarded the USMH scholarships will receive $2,500 each, and recipients of the Magnolia Fund scholarships will each receive $1,920.
June 20, 2009
Antietam Bible College, Biblical Seminary, and Graduate School in Hagerstown has announced the following graduates: James Brown of Hagerstown earned a master of ministry in practical theology. Bryan Dugger of Martinsburg, W.Va., earned a master of arts in practical theology. Kirstin Gearhart of Boonsboro earned a bachelor of science in missions, summa cum laude. Matthew Shoemaker of Hagerstown earned a bachelor of science in pastoral studies. Tiffanie Speers of Fayetteville, Pa., earned a bachelor of science in Christian elementary education, summa cum laude.
December 23, 2012
The following area students graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology in the summer quarter: Danya Hinkle of Shippensburg, Pa., earned an Associate in Science in business from RIT's National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Kyle Ryan of Myersville, Md., earned a Bachelor of Science in imaging science from RIT's College of Science.
November 23, 2008
Nisewarner-Ciampa Anna Nisewarner and Vincent Ciampa announce their engagement. Miss Nisewarner is the daughter of Donald Nisewarner of Martinsburg, W.Va., and Maria Weaver of Hagerstown. She is a 2004 graduate of Washington County Technical High School, and plans to graduate from Frostburg State University in December with a Bachelor of Science in business administration. She is employed with the United States Census Bureau in Hagerstown. Mr. Ciampa is the son of Angelo and Anna Ciampa of Falling Waters, W.Va.
May 25, 2011
The University System of Maryland at Hagerstown celebrated the sweat, toil and sacrifice of this year's graduating class on Wednesday, while giving out awards to some students. The annual graduation celebration honored the 159 USMH students getting degrees from USM schools that offer classes in Hagerstown. Some students already have received their degrees from their home universities; some will soon. This was USMH's largest graduating class in its six-year history, according to Jamie Bushong, a spokeswoman for the downtown Hagerstown campus.