Commencement Speakers Look Back, Look Ahead For the former President of the University, it was a time to look back. For the current President of the University, it was a time to look ahead. For the 1,044 graduates of the class of 2004, it was the time they had looked forward to. The University’s one hundred and fourth commencement was filled with reflections and celebrations, words of thanks, observations and an invitation. During the Commencement Ceremony, held May 30 at Wachovia Arena, the University conferred 843 bachelor’s degrees, 195 master’s degrees and six associate’s degrees. Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J., President of Fordham University and former President of The University of Scranton, gave the principal address. In his remarks to the graduates, Fr. McShane reflected on his years at the University, a timeline that paralleled that of the Royal Class of 2004 from their freshman to senior years. “You are the reason for the sense of joy and honor that I feel at this moment,” said Fr. McShane. “For you see, the fact that I have just become a member of your class makes my heart sing. I am more grateful than I could ever say to be counted among your number.” In recalling the events of September 11, 2001, Fr. McShane commended the students, saying, “…you showed yourselves to be men and women of mature wisdom, deep compassion and strong and steady faith.” In addition to delivering the keynote address, Fr. McShane received an honorary degree from the University, as did Patrick A. Toole, James W. Dyer ’66, Jane E. Oppenheim, Colleen Kelly and William H .Finn ’67, posthumously. University President Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., also addressed the graduates and their families and friends. He offered words of thanks to the honorary degree recipients “who enrich our celebration,”
to faculty who “change the lives of students” to parents and families of graduates and to the graduates themselves “for the mark that you have made on your alma mater.” Fr. Pilarz also offered what he referred to as an observation, noting that “there is something rare and precious about this place (the University).” He concluded his remarks by inviting the parting students to “Take Scranton with you” and to “come home to Scranton.”
“Always view the world and your place in it from the Scranton perspective; let the magis permeate your life and, please, never compromise your commitment to the service of others and the greater glory of God.” Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J. President, The University of Scranton
“Here at Scranton, you have learned lessons and developed qualities of heart and mind that have prepared all of you to participate in the great struggle of our age, the struggle not merely aimed at eradicating terrorism, but of creating a more just and peaceful world.” The University awarded 1,044 bachelor’s, master’s and associate’s degrees during its 104th Commencement.
Students Embark on Service Trips Two Professors The University’s Center for Social Action and Service Initiatives has planned and coordinated four international service trips this summer. Students, accompanied by staff and/or faculty members as chaperones, are traveling to Kenya, Mexico and Ecuador to help those less fortunate. Four students, Anthony Giancatarino, Kate Redmond, Steve Clark and Ann Marissa Ambacher, are visiting Kenya for three weeks in June. Tata Mbugua, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Education, will accompany the students on this first international service trip to her native country. While in
Kenya, the group will be hosted by Hekima College – Jesuit School of Theology, Catholic University of East Africa, Nairobi. The trips include visits to social development projects of both the host Jesuit province and other community-based entities including an orphanage, hospice and community outreach program for HIV-positive orphans, Jesuit Refugee Services, and Catholic Relief Services. The trip participants will also visit and meet with faculty and students at Kenyatta University, Nairobi University, and Catholic University of Eastern Africa. (continued on pg. 2)
Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J. President of Fordham University and former President of The University of Scranton
At a planning meeting for the service trip to Kenya are, from left, Anthony Giancatarino, Steve Clark (second row), Ann Marissa Ambacher, Kate Redmond, Michelle Gilfillan ’98, Catholic Relief Services, and Tata Mbugua, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Education.
Receive Fulbrights Two University of Scranton professors were recently named Fulbright Fellows – Satya P. Chattopadhyay, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Management/Marketing, for the Ukraine, and Roy P. Domenico, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History, for Italy. A previous Fulbright recipient, Dr. Chattopadhyay will study the rapidly integrating European market and establish contacts between the University’s Kania School of Management and the National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy, which was established in 1615. His Fulbright Fellowship in 1999 allowed him to lecture and conduct research in the Kyrgyz Republic. Dr. Domenico will research Italian-Catholic political culture during the Cold War. “I feel honored to able to represent the spirit of Senator Fulbright’s goals for the program,” says Dr. Chattopadhyay. “I am excited to be at the National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy for my second Fulbright assignment. It is a very old institution with a very modern business school.” Dr. Domenico plans to spend the spring 2005 semester in Rome, Italy. “The Fulbright is one of the most important awards that a historian can win,” says Dr. Domenico. “It is a great honor that recognizes my work and brings (continued on pg. 2)
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Teacher of the Year Award Presented
Kathleen K. Montgomery, D.Ed., is congratulated on being named the the Teacher of the Year by University President Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J. Kathleen K. Montgomery, D.Ed., Associate Professor of Education, has been selected Teacher of the Year by the University ’s graduating class of 2004. The award was presented during Class Night, May 29. The Teacher of the Year Award, instituted in 1996 by the academic support committee of the University’s Faculty Senate, honors a faculty member who maintains high standards of academic excellence and fairness and who, through enthusiasm and dedication, inspires interest in a given field of education. Dr. Montgomery was chosen by secret ballot by the University’s senior class. “The teaching and learning process is a collaborative journey and one I am honored to have taken with these graduates
who have taught me as much as I have taught them,” says Dr. Montgomery. “I am deeply moved by this award and am thankful to have students like the ones at The University of Scranton who are bright, service-oriented and who are already proactive contributors to our world.” The Teacher of the Year Award is one of three teaching awards presented annually by The University of Scranton. The other two are the Edward Gannon, S.J., Award for Excellence in Teaching, established by Alpha Sigma Nu, the National Honor Society for students in Jesuit col leges and universities, and the Professor of the Year Award, sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). Dr. Montgomery joined The University of Scranton in 1998 as an Assistant Professor of Education. She was named Associate Professor of Education in 2001. Prior to joining the University, Dr. Montgomery was Assistant Professor of Education at Elmira College, Elmira, N.Y., and Assistant Professor/Supervisor of student teachers at Pennsylvania State University, University Park. Dr. Montgomery was co-recipient of a Pennsylvania Higher Education Technology Grant for performance assessment of students through technology, and co-recipient of a cooperative endowment grant for The University of Scranton and Marywood University Speaker Series. Dr. Montgomery has written two books, the most recent, co-authored with Dr. David Wiley, on creating electronic portfolios.
Debra Busacco, Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence, has been accepted in Leadership Lackawanna for the 2004-2005 class. John R. Conway, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Biology, has had one of his photographs of honey ants accepted for exhibition in a show titled “Ants Hidden World Revealed” that will be on display for one year at the California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, Calif. Lawrence W. Kennedy, Ph.D., Associate Professor, History, has had a chapter titled “The Irish Question and Boston Politics” published in the book Boston’s Histories published by Northeastern University Press in January 2004. His article entitled “Boston” has been published in the 2004 edition of the Encyclopedia Americana. Dr. Kennedy also spoke on “Irish Politicians” as part of the “Ireland and America” lecture series sponsored by the Irish Cultural Society of Scranton. NEW STAFF The following is a list of full-time staff hired at the University in April. Jonathan K. Davitt, Officer, Public Safety Officer Jennifer K. Maher, Evening Systems Specialist, Weinberg Memorial Library
2004-2005 McGowan Scholar Named
Robert G. D’Ambrosio, Staten Island, N.Y., has been awarded a full-tuition scholarship for his senior year at The University of Scranton through the William G. McGowan Scholars Program of the William G.McGowan Charitable Fund. Named for the late William G. McGowan, founder of MCI Communications Corporation, and brother of Monsignor Andrew J. McGowan, Trustee Emeritus of the University, the program benefits outstanding students who plan to enter the field of business. From left are: Paul J. Strunk, Vice President for Institutional Advancement; Ronald D. Johnson, DBA, Dean of the Kania School of Management; Mr. D’Ambrosio, recipient of the 2004-2005 William G. McGowan Scholarship; Monsignor McGowan; and University President Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J.
Two Professors Receive Fulbrights (continued from pg. 1)
Students Embark on Service Trips (continued from pg. 1)
attention to The University of Scranton History Department and the Italian Studies Concentration.” Dr. Chattopadhyay joined the University’s faculty in 1990 as an Assistant Professor of Marketing/International Marketing. He was promoted to Associate Professor of Management/Marketing in 1997. Dr. Chattopadhyay has been a regular visitor to the Kyrgyz Republic, a Central Asian state located north of Afghanistan since 1993 and provides a graduate seminar in quality management techniques every year at the Academy of Management in that country. In 2001, he was selected as one of a handful of faculty members from 26 Jesuit universities to teach a summer MBA program at Peking University, Beijing, China. He has also established an informal faculty exchange program with the School of Business of the Remnin University of Beijing, China. Dr. Domenico has been a member of the university’s faculty since 1997, when he taught as an Assistant Professor. In 1999, he was promoted to Associate Professor. His major field of study is 19th and 20th century Europe, with emphasis on Italy and Catholic nations. He is currently publishing an article on his Fulbright topic in the journal Diplomatic History. He plans to publish is research findings in what will become his fifth book. Congress established the Fulbright program in 1946 “to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and people of other countries.” It is named after the late J. William Fulbright, the U.S. Senator who sponsored the program. Fulbright Fellowships are awarded through a competitive application process.
Two trips to Mexico are planned with six students each, for approximately 3 1/2 weeks. While in Mexico, students will work with the Salesian order of priests in a home for boys from troubled families located in Mexico City. Students on the first trip (June 3-29) include Theresa DeLaurentis, Will Dennis, Ann Flynn, Dan Nelson, Eileen Webster and Sarah Werther. They will be accompanied by chaperones Jen Valtos ’02, Assistant Director of Residence Life, and Rebekah Ferguson ‘01, Admissions Counselor. The second trip leaves the United States on June 29. Participants include Drew Davis, Maria Hundersmarck, Mike Jenkins, Scott Leuchten, Ana Mojtahedi and Jill Sommerville. Chaperones are Adrienne Hamson ’01, Admissions Counselor, and Ann Scarp ’03, Annual Fund Officer. Two alumni chaperones will remain in Mexico to work with both groups: Angelo (AJ) Rizzo ’03, and Patricia Dougherty ’00. Nine students and one chaperone will visit Ecuador for 10 days beginning June 28. These students will be working in schools and at Hansen’s Hospital for lepers with an organization called Rosto de Cristo (Face of Christ). Rostro de Cristo is located in Duran, Ecuador, and the program is hosted by a school named Nuevo Mundo. The experience allows students an opportunity to work with the poor in several locations, including schools and hospitals. Students include Katie Barnes, Nick Costanzo, Lauren Fontain, Jill Giresi, Sarah Hayes, Dan Kiers, Kelly McGuire, Cheryl Mrazik and Christina Smith. They will be accompanied by Karen Cashin, Area Coordinator, Residence Life.
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O’Hara Awards Presented at Alumni Reunion Weekend The University of Scranton presented Frank J. O’Hara Awards to nine people during Alumni Reunion Weekend, June 11-13. The O’Hara Awards are the highest honor bestowed jointly by the University and its 38,000-member Alumni Society. They recognize alumni and others who have achieved distinction in their professions or personal endeavors. The awards are named for the late administrator who served the University with love and devotion for 53 years. Mary Beth Farrell ’79, New York, N.Y., received the award for Management. Ms. Farrell is Executive Vice President, Finance and Corporate Administration Services of AXA Financial. Mary Beth Before joining AXA, Farrell she was employed as Senior Vice President and Controller for GreenPoint Bank. She has also been employed by Citibank, and by KPMG Peat Marwick. Ms. Farrell, a University trustee and chair of the Institutional Advancement Committee, is vice chair of The University of Scranton’s President’s Business Council formed by a prominent group of metropolitan New York-based alumni. She has also served on the National Board of the University’s Alumni Society. Pennsylvania Rep. Kevin J. Blaum ’74, Wilkes-Barre, received the award for Government Service. He is Democratic Chairman of the House Judicial Committee, a member Rep. Kevin J. of the Rules Blaum Committee and is currently serving his eleventh term representing the 121st Legislative District. The Wilkes-Barre native was elected as a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1980 after serving five years on Wilkes-Barre City Council. Mr. Blaum also served as Chairman of the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, where he instituted a program to combat sexual assault on college campuses. Under Governor Robert Casey, he was also a member of the Governors Commission on Children and Families. Peter J. Danchak ’84, Dunmore, received the Community Service award. Mr. Danchak is President of the Northeast Pennsylvania region of PNC Bank, a member of The PNC Financial Services Group, serving at PNC since 1984. He has held several positions including Senior Vice President, Division Manager for the corporate banking line of business for the
Northeast Pennsylvania Market; vice president of East Stroudsburg corporate; and Regional Vice President in Scranton corporate banking. Mr. Danchak serves on the board of direcPeter J. tors of many local Danchak institutions, including Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania, The Regional Chamber Partnership, the Scranton Industrial Development Company and the Boy Scouts of America. He also serves as a member of The University of Scranton Board of Regents and College Board of Visitors. Lt. Gen. Daniel J. O’Neill, ’59 G’64, Honesdale, received the award for Education. His career as a military leader includes active duty in the U.S. Army and Pennsylvania Army Lt. Gen. Daniel National Guard, J. O’Neill where he served in every command from platoon leader to Division Commander. As an educator, he has worked as a classroom teacher, coach, high school principal and Superintendent of Schools in the Wayne Highlands School District. He has ser ved on many boards and committees, including the Visiting Middle States Association Evaluation Committee, the Wayne Memorial Hospital Authority Board, and the Wayne Bank Board of Directors. He was appointed by former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge to ser ve on the Base Retention and Closure Committee-PAC. William J. Corcoran, Esq. ’64, received the Law award. A resident of Washington, D.C., he earned a juris doctor degree from Georgetown University in 1967. He served in the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps from 1968 to 1971, and presently serves as Senior Counsel in the Public Integrity Section of the Criminal Division. In 1972, he joined the U.S. Department of Justice as a trial attorney. He served as a
Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in Philadelphia, as a trial attorney in Washington, D.C., and has argued several criminal trials in the U.S. Courts of Appeals. He has served as Deputy Chief and William J. Acting Chief of the Corcoran, Esq. Narcotics Section of the Criminal Division, Counsel to the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force Program. Mr. Corcoran has twice received the Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service to the U.S. Department of Justice. Rosellen M. Garrett, Ph.D., C.R.N.P., received the University Service award. She recently retired from her position as Associate Professor of Nursing at the University. Most notably, Dr. Garrett was Rosellen the founder of the Garrett, Ph.D. University’s nursing department in 1980. She was responsible for the development of the curriculum, including the nursing laboratory, off-campus clinical learning sites and initial recruitment and development of faculty. Dr. Garrett earned her master of science degree in psychiatric/mental health nursing from the University of Maryland and her Ph.D. from The Medical College of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medical Sciences. She earned her certificate as a family nurse practitioner from Binghamton University. Dr. Garrett has also maintained a private practice in individual and marriage counseling. David H. Burton, Ph.D., ’49, received the Arts and Letters award. A resident of Bryn Mawr, Dr. Burton is the author/editor of some 20 books, many of them in the field of historical biography, including the David H. lives of Theodore Burton, Ph.D. Roosevelt, Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., William Howard Taft
and Clara Barton. He earned his master of arts degree and doctorate at Georgetown University. He served in World War II, earning a Purple Heart, Bronze Star and Combat Infantry Badge. Dr. Burton was a member of the faculty at St. Joseph’s College, now St. Joseph’s University, for more than 50 years, including 24 years as chair of the history department. Dominick A. Cruciani Jr., M.D., ’54, Clarks Summit, received the award in Medicine. Dr. Cruciani served as an infantry soldier in the Korean War and as a medical officer during Dominick A. the Vietnam War. He Cruciani, Jr., earned his medical M.D. degree from Georgetown Medical School in 1958, and opened a private practice in ophthalmology in Scranton and the Pittston area. Dr. Cruciani has been very active in local, state and national medical societies. He is a yearly participant in fund-raising for the University campaigns, and served as chairman of the annual alumni drive in 1976. He is a former member of the board of trustees of The University of Scranton. Mark E. Chopko, Esq., ’74, of Alexandria, Va., received the award in Religion and Spirituality. He serves as General Counsel to the United States Conference of Catholic Mark E. Bishops, Washington, Chopko, Esq. D.C. As such, he is the chief legal officer and supervises a corporate legal staff of six. Mr. Chopko earned his juris doctorate from Cornell Law School. He has served as Assistant General Counsel to the U.S. Catholic Conference, Inc., the National Conference of Catholic Bishops; as senior attorney and attorney of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission; and as trial counsel for the Cornell Legal Aid Clinic. His numerous articles address a variety of topics, including church-state affairs and education..
The University Names Vice President for Planning and Chief Information Officer University President Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., has announced the appointment of Jerome P. DeSanto as Vice President for Planning and Chief Information Officer, effective June 1. Jerome P. Since 2003, Mr. DeSanto DeSanto has served as Interim Vice President for Planning and
Institutional Effectiveness and Associate Provost for Information Technology. As Vice President for Planning, Mr. DeSanto directs the University’s strategic planning process and assessment and institutional research function. As Chief Information Officer, he oversees all of the University’s administrative computing services, networking resources and technology support. Mr. DeSanto first joined the University in 1979 as Manager of Systems and
Programming in the Computing Center. Subsequently, he directed the Computer Systems Department and was Executive Director of the Joseph M. McDade Center for Technology and Applied Research. He was named Assistant Provost for Information Technology in 1991 and Associate Provost in 1994. Mr. DeSanto earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and master’s of business administration from The University of Scranton.
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21 Employees Inducted into the Order of Pro Deo et Universitate At an awards dinner held May 21st, 21 employees were inducted into the Order of Pro Deo et Universitate, which recognizes 20 years of service to the University. The University also presented 10-year service awards to 35 employees at a luncheon held May 27. Following are the names of employees who were honored for their dedicated service. GOLD MEDALLION RECIPIENTS Christopher A. Baumann College of Arts & Sciences Professor of Chemistry David W. Black College of Arts & Sciences Professor of Philosophy Joan A. Borick Building Maintenance Custodian Bernice A. Budd University Campus School University Aide Thomas F. Cawley Residence Hall Maintenance Custodian Elizabeth Ciuccio ARAMARK Food Service Worker Michael D. Collins Information Resources Help Desk Analyst
Gemma P. Davis Political Science Secretary Trudy A. Dickneider College of Arts & Sciences Professor of Chemistry Joanne T. Gambacorta Campus Ministries Secretary Michael A. Hardisky College of Arts & Sciences Professor of Biolog y Patricia Harrington Panuska College of Professional Studies Associate Professor of Nursing Larry J. Hickernell Systems & Software Resources Web Technologist Rose Ann Jubinski Systems & Software Resources Project/Support Team Leader
Daniel P. Mahoney Kania School of Management Professor of Accounting Mark M. McAllister Systems & Software Resources Computer Operations Administrator Ronald H. McKinney, S.J. College of Arts & Sciences Professor of Philosophy Neil P. McLaughlin, S.J. Alumni Relations Chaplain Joseph J. Metzger ARAMARK Asst. Food Service Director Joanne J. Reichle Health Administration & Human Resources Secretary Richard M. Trygar Chemistry Lab Supervisor
Transitional DPT Degree Being Offered The Department of Physical Therapy at the University has received authorization from the Pennsylvania Department of Education to begin offering the Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. The current M.P.T. program is being phased out and replaced by a three-year, post-Baccalaureate D.P.T. program – the first doctoral-level program to be offered by the University. As the first step in phasing in the new D.P.T. program, the Department of Physical Therapy will launch an entirely Web-based transition Doctor of Physical Therapy (tDPT) degree program designed specifically for practicing clinicians beginning this fall. The tDPT degree enables licensed physical therapists to bridge the gap between their professional master’s degree in physical therapy education and the current entry-level clinical doctorate (DPT) education. The tDPT degree requires 16 credits beyond an entry-level master’s degree in physical therapy. The program consists of four Web-based courses (4 credits each) in the areas of evidence-based practice, pharmacology, pathology and diagnosis. All courses are presented entirely online with optional on-campus discussion/ review sessions offered one or two times each semester. Each course also includes a clinical case-based research component. Applicants must possess a valid physical therapy license and have at least one year of clinical experience as a physical therapist. Applicants with an entry-level bac-
calaureate degree or certificate in physical therapy will be assessed on a case-by-case basis to determine the prerequisites for entry into the program. For more information on the tDPT program, contact James L. Goonan, Director of Graduate Admissions, at 1-800-366-GRAD.
Employees with 20 years of service were recognized at an awards dinner on May 21. 10-YEAR SERVICE AWARDS Eileen J. Callahan Cynthia W. Cann Robert F. Curley Barbara K. Eagen Marie C. Gaughan Dorothy A. Gentile Elizabeth Giorgio Romayne E. Granza Marie E. Karam Mary Ann Kearns Christopher C. Krall
Francis X. Kranick Ruth H. Lancia Joseph M. Mariani Alan R. Mazzei Rebecca Lea Mikesell Elizabeth A. Minello Susan L. Moir Deborah A. Morano Margaret Morgan Joseph J. Morgan John J. Nealon Stanley J. Olshefski
Joseph L. Ostroski Anthony P. Pamelia Bernadine K. Panunti Susan E. Patten Mary A. Rafter Noreen Schofield Gerard Louis Sealey Michael R. Simons Narda A. Tafuri Gretchen J. Van Dyke Mary Sandra Watson Keith D. Yurgosky
Events Mark National Nurses Week
Alumni Mall Launched With the assistance and expertise of Business Leadership students in the Kania School of Management, the Affinities/Visibility/Promotions (AVP) Committee of the University’s Alumni Board of Governors has launched a Web site to market exclusive merchandise to Scranton alumni. The Scranton Alumni Mall Web site, located at www.ScrantonAlumniMall.com, is an online store that will market licensed merchandise to alumni bearing the University’s federally registered trademarks and other University logos. The Scranton Alumni Mall can be used by alumni, students, faculty and other affiliates of the University. The site operates independently from the University Bookstore and is dedicated to providing quality merchandise as a way to build a strong alumni community and to raise revenue for alumni services. John Lanahan ’84, is Chairman of the Alumni Board’s Affinities Committee.
The University presented the Making a Difference Award to a local nurse during National Nurses Week in May. From left, Sharon Hudacek, Ed.D., Associate Professor of Nursing; Francine Pietrowski, LPN, award recipient; Deborah Zielinski, Nursing Lab Director, Patricia Harrington, Ed.D., R.N., Associate Professor and Chair of the Nursing Department at the University. In celebration of National Nurses Week, May 6-12, the University presented its Making a Difference Award to Francine Pietrowski, LPN, Moses Taylor Hospital Regional Dialysis Unit. Ms. Pietrowski is being honored for her exceptional caring and dedication to her patients and their families over her 27 years as a nurse. The Making A Difference award is given during Nurse Week to honor a nurse who has experience in caring for patients and has demonstrated clinical
excellence. It is for a nurse who has dedicated him or herself to clinical practice and truly has touched many lives. The Nursing Department also hosted an open house on Tuesday, May 4. At the event, Morgan Hiller y, a sophomore nursing student from Berne, N.Y., received an award from the department. Ms. Hillery’s essay on what it means to be a nurse was the winner in a writing contest for nursing students sponsored by the Nursing Department.
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C O N G R AT U L AT I O N S T O T H E C L A S S O F 2 0 0 4 BACHELOR’S & ASSOCIATE’S DEGREES Kari C. Abrams Christopher R. Adams Colleen G. Aiken Laura E. Alderuccio Lindsay J. Altieri Christopher C. Altmiller Lee O. Alvarez Meredith T. Amole Mary R. Angelucci Leslie A. Anglero Margaret E. Anthony Alexia Antoniades Antonio F. Antonucci Nicole A. Archer Melissa Argot Sandra L. Armbrust Colleen M. Armstrong Kara M. Armstrong Stacy H. Arnold Jacquelyn E. Arrow Kelly L. Ayres Julia A. Azeff James W. Bailey Owen A. Baillie Melanie A. Baker Anthony Balzano Courtney E. Baran John E. Barlow Erin M. Barrett Charles C. Bartels Finda S. Baryoh Erin E. Bates Dale J. Bauman Christine M. Beck Rachel L. Becker Matthew S. Beggin Antonio T. Benedicto Robert A. Bengivenga Keri-Ann Bennett Rachel M. Bennett Lauren M. Bernard Mary A. Bertels Jessica A. Besack Kristen M. Best Shaun M. Bewick Rose Mary Bianco Angela R. Bidnick Andrea L. Bielen Shannon M. Blacker Michael C. Blades Jennifer M. Blasi Mary Ellen Boandl Carl N. Boccuti Ryan Boer Rachel A. Bognet Christopher A. Boltinghouse Brandi M. Boruta Thomas J. Boychuk Leslie A. Boyle
Shannon M. Boyle Cheryl E. Bozym Ronald L. Brace George T. Bradford John C. Brady Beth M. Brauchli Thomas J. Braun Ellen D. Brazil Brie M. Brennan Brock J. Brennan Patrick T. Brennan Sheila Broadhead Jay B. Brower Matthew A. Brown Linette J. Browning David F. Bruno Lauren E. Brush Matthew R. Brzycki Jacob P. Buchanan James M. Buchholz Sarah B. Buckley Ellen C. Buggy Bridget J. Bujak Amy L. Buntz Katherine F. Burghart Alexandra Burke Samantha K. Burkhardt Kelly Burland Erin K. Burns Kate C. Burtner Deborah A. Butrim Michael R. Buzzerio Michael J. Byrne Michael A. Byrnes Catharine A. Cafferky Amanda Call Christopher Calogero Meghan A. Calpin Christine P. Campbell Elizabeth J. Campbell Anthony Cannella Christopher J. Cappello Angelo J. Caprio Kevin R. Carden Chad A. Carey Greg W. Carpenetti Jeffrey S. Carr Thomas J. Carrill Daniel J. Carroll Lauren T. Caruso Casey R. Cashman Patricia A. Cassar Erin Cassidy Nicholas G. Castagna Peter A. Cataldo Kevin T. Cattie Linda J. Cavazzini Denise E. Cavolo Janet L. Cecchini Robert C. Chace Renee J. Chanin William W. Cheney Steven W. Cherry Erica L. Cheshire Elizabeth A. Chiafair
Brandon Chivinski Susan M. Chrusciel Stephanie M. Cicerale Erica R. Cilurzo Brian S. Cinoski Christian A. Cipriani Vito Cirigliano Elizabeth M. Cissel Marc P. Ciucci Shannon R. Clark Angela Clause Tara Cleary Matthew J. Clements William D. Coffey Kaitlyn M. Cogan James Cogliette Falisha R. Collins Meghan-Ann Collins Nancy M. Coluccio Erica J. Compton Matthew R. Compton Michael S. Conk Ian E. Conklin Michael V. Connallon Marykate Connolly Kellyann Connor Ryan Connors Robin A. Cook Elizabeth Q. Cooney William J. Corby Christopher J. Corey Meghan A. Corieri Kathleen Corr Margaret M. Cosgrove Mary Ann E. Cosgrove Sean M. Costello Jennifer L. Cours Justin V. Cozza Shannon M. Craige Amy Cravath Victoria M. Crocco John R. Croom Abbien Crowley Kimberly E. Culley Nicole Cwalinski Amando S. Dalisay Sandra DallaRiva Thomas W. Daniels Patrick J. Darby Michael Daugherty Kristen M. Davenport Laura Davidson Colleen L. Davis David A. Davitt Maribeth Day Kimberly A. Dellano Mario A. DelRosso Amanda G. DeMarco Noelle Demuth Ruslan E. Denysyk Anthony L. DePasquale Alison M. DeVarso Jean M. Devlin Jennifer P. Dewey Jaclyn A. DiBrienza
A Nursing Pinning Ceremony was held in the Houlihan-McLean Center on May 29.
Jessica DiDonato Vincent DiDonna Meredith L. Diehl Daniel J. DiGraziano Michele M. DiNoia Aleksandra A. Djordjevic Judith A. Doherty Gerard Dombroski Russell R. Donnelly Kristen M. Donohue Mary F. Donohue Charles F. Dotter John B. Dotto Terrence J. Dotzler Christopher R. Dougherty Katie M. Dougherty Shalissa M. Dougherty James E. Dowell Ellen M. Driscoll Hal T. Drugac Bernadette A. Duffy Kathleen R. Duffy Herbert C. Dunn Kelly E. Dunn Amy E. Dwyer Kyle S. Eaton Leah N. Eggars Andrea Eilenberger Joyce A. Englehart Eileen R. Erickson Vanessa D. Esposito Jennifer L. Evans Lauren S. Evans Bartholomew D. Fanelle Andrew D. Farrell Kevin T. Farrell Tracy Farrell Christopher G. Farrington Jillian P. Federico Jaclyn A. Fellman Kimberly A. Fells Rachael L. Ferguson Antonette Feuerstack Nicholas J. Fidanza Thomas G. Fielding Lauren M. Figari David J. Fine Natalie D. Finkelstein Ryan T. Finnegan Susan E. Firestone Julia Fitzgibbons Sean M. Flaville Katie A. Florkiewicz Judith A. Flounders John F. Flynn Sarah E. Flynn Leonard E. Fodera Blair J. Formisano Thomas L. Fox Lindsey E. Francis Mary Alice Franklin Christine M. Frawley Katharine E. Frey Timothy R. Gabrielli Christine N. Gaffigan Sarah Gaidos Rachel M. Gallagher Gerald P. Gallo Diana M. Galvin Michael J. Gamba Jamie Gambetta Katherine A. Ganley William J. Garcia David Gargone Mary A. Garofalo Thomas A. Garubba Megan M. Garvin Ronald P. Gasparri Eric Gasper Sonia G. Gatta Christopher J. Gatto
Honorary degree recipients were greeted by University officials at Commencement. From left: Frank J. McDonnell, Esq. ’60, Chair of the Board of Trustees; Beth Barnett, Ed.D., Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs; Honorary degree recipients Colleen Kelly, Jane E. Oppenheim, James W. Dyer ’66, Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J., and Patrick A. Toole; and University President Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J. The University also awarded an honorary degree to William H. Finn ’67, posthumously. Sara E. Gausz John J. Gavin Kelly A. Gaynor Siobhan Geerlings Christal A. Gentile Geni L. George Tiffany R. Gerardi Michael E. Gerchak Robert V. Giacometti II Anthony D. Giancatarino Christina Giannetti Jillian F. Giliberto Ethan M. Giordano Andrew M. Gizienski John P. Gladysz Edward W. Glowienka Roberto Godreau Sara C. Gonzalez Vanessa L. Gonzalez Megan E. Gosser Candace A. Grabania Stephen J. Grable Brian P. Grady Lauren E. Grant Sarah M. Grapentine Patrick J. Grenko Kelly M. Griffin Jennifer A. Groegler Timothy J. Grover Christen M. Gruebel Michael E. Guarino Jennifer G. Guinto Michael J. Gunteski Anthony Guzzardo Kathleen M. Haggerty Tracie A. Hallock Laura J. Hammond Justin M. Hamor Justin R. Hannon Sarah A. Hanratty Terri A. Harchar Joseph P. Hartmann Kelly A. Hartnett Alexander H. Hauck Robert J. Havard Kieran C. Hayward Kerri L. Haza Jacqueline A. Hazel Eric J. Hazzouri Matthew J. Healy Leah A. Hegstrom Tara A. Helbing Amanda C. Helring Peter A. Hemmer John F. Hernandez Anne Marie Hertz
Scott F. Hess Stephen L. Heying Marissa A. Hibbard Shannon E. Hickey Michael P. Higgins Alison M. Hill Justin A. Hinz Genelle M. Hoban Elizabeth R. Hoefling Allison E. Hoffman Cristina R. Hohmann Matthew A. Hohmann Christine H. Holdwright Ann E. Hollenbeck Catherine M. Holleran Shawn G. Horn James J. Hornberger Laurie D. Horne Jason A. Huffsmith Christopher F. Hundersmarck Brett M. Hundley Krista R. Hylinski Joseph Intranuovo Monique L. Iwaszko Kelly M. Jackson Brad A. Jaeger William H. James Alison M. Janes Kristin D. Janss Allyson D. Jengo Shanna N. Jervis Lauren K. Johansen Kimberly A. Johnson Lauren K. Johnson Whitney M. Johnson Mary K. Johnston Christine R. Jones Thomas W. Jordan Christopher R. Joyce Sean Joyce Kathryn E. Juron Hilary L. Kane Daniel G. Karabin Amanda S.Karlavage Cara Kasa Peter M. Kashinsky Lillian R. Kayal Stacy M. Kearney Diana M. Keating Mary Keegan Robert K. Keenan Melissa M. Keklak Matthew A. Kelly Kristen E. Kempf Mary E. Kenney Gavin G. Keogh
Keith Kerrane Min Woo Kim Kathryn E. King Michael D. Kipp Christine M. Kirchner Lauren M. Kirsch Nancy Y. Kizer Larissa Klepadlo Michael E. Klingele Elizabeth J. Kloczko Natalie J. Knepley Matthew Knowlan Jill K. Koch Jennifer L. Kocher Christopher S. Konopka Glenda M. Konzman Meghann Koppele Keira L. Kordowski David A. Kosik Michelle A. Kozich Gery Kozlansky Anne E. Kozul Lisa Kraker Michael C. Kraky Michelle L. Kratz Timothy P. Krause Nick F. Kravitz Brian M. Kreibick Jennifer M. Kreider Meredith C. Krill Melissa H. Ksenak Heather L. Kunst Matthew A. Kurtz Ann I. Kushmerick Albert Kwasnik Miah F. Kwiatkowski Renee E. Laboranti Kelly M. LaCombe Timothy B. Laffey Maureen M. LaForce Cheryl A. Lagana Seth M. LaJeunesse Joseph A. Landara Michael Langan Jeffrey G. Lange Patrick J. LaPorte Christopher A. LaRegina Lori Larson Marsha L. Laukaitis Katherine A. Lavoie Sarah S. Lawler Cheryl A. Lawson Tara A. Leber Gene N. Lee Hiu L. Lee Man C. Lee Karen K. Legge
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Timothy R. Gabrielli, Student Body President, addressed the audience during Class Night, May 29. William P. Lemega Cameo G. Lerro Michael J. Letwinsky Tiffany R. Leventhal Candice R. Lewis Erin M. Lewis Jessica L. Lewis Shannon Lewis Gregory R. Linck Brian J. Lipski Kelly M. Lister Robert T. Loderstedt Daniel T. Lodini Kellie M. Logan Kimberly A. Lombardi Matthew P. Lombardi Patrick M. Long Christina C. Lopez Matthew P. Loughney Sean J. LoVallo Amanda R. Loyden Mary N. Loyek Stephen M. Luchko Jeffrey J. Luttrell Char-Anne Lyon Jaclyn Lyons Richard K. MacWilliams Frank T. Madalone Dennis E. Mahon Christopher D. Maki Daniel R. Malone Lisa A. Malys Michael P. Manci Charles H. Mancinelli Michael W. Mandel Gina M. Manuele Brandy Marano Christopher J. Marcic Kelly J. Marek Amanda Mariano Marisa C. Marino Brian P. Market Timara J. Marquis Jennifer J. Marsala Lauren Martelli Michael C. Martelli Theresa A. Martin Mary Beatrice R. Maslar Jessica A. Massaro Sean D. Matthews Penelope J. Maynard Elizabeth A. Mazzei Michael Mazzei Kevin J. McCabe Michelle A. McCaffrey Kathleen A. McCahey Lauren E. McCahill Ashley L. McCormack James F. McCormick Sean P. McDade Jude R. McDonough Kerry McGarvey
Aaron J. McGinley Caitlin A. McGrady Jamie L. McGrane Lauren A. McHale Amanda C. McIver Jeffrey M. McKeever Brian D. McKenzie Jessica K. McLane Matthew J. McTernan Meredith A. McWilliams Janelle M. Mead Scott P. Meaney Daniel L. Meares Robyn Mehling Kristin A. Melillo Christian M. Meola Kevin T. Messmer Alexander E. Mickiewicz Jennifer L. Miller Lauren M. Miller Rachael E. Miller Joseph L. Minnella Erica L. Miskiman Monica Mizsak Robert J. Moffitt Kenneth M. Mohn Erin M. Monahan Robert Monetta Gina Monks Joseph J. Montalto Dean V. Montesani Michael G. Morgan Roseann M. Morgan Melissa E. Morreale Carlee J. Morris Elizabeth K. Morris Courtney Morrison Joseph J. Mulhall Scott R. Mullen Arthur G. Muller Chad R. Muller Christopher J. Muller Richard J. Mulligan Thomas J. Munson Colleen E. Murphy Erin M. Murphy Mary T. Murray Bryan T. Murtaugh Jocelyn Navorouski Kelly Neenan Kate E. Nelson Jennifer M. Ness Crystal E. Newby Christopher M. Nicchi Gerard W. Nichols Megan Niedbala Jillian G. Nikosey Laurie B. Nilson Bridget A. Noone Erik J. Novak Sharon F. Nyamboli Jenna T. Nystrom Colin J. O’Boyle Michael F. O’Brien Colleen N. O’Connor Elizabeth A. O’Connor Lorraine M. O’Donnell James P. O’Malley Ryan P. O’Neill Joseph Oliveri Marissa A. Oller Kristin M. Ommerborn Daniel Orozco Angela F. Ostrowski Clinton J. Page Christina L. Palacios Ariane Palmasani Joseph Pandolfo Nicole G. Pappas Matthew T. Parodi Jennifer A. Parry Dershna Patel Bharathi U. Patimalla Abby E. Patnaude
John P. Patrick John L. Patronick Beverly Pauline Lori A. Paulowskey Michael T. Pearson William R. Peoples Benjamin H. Persett Ryan J. Petrunich Pamela Phelan Alyssa M. Pianelli Casey A. Pidich Kathleen A. Pierangeli Jenna E. Pietrick David A. Pignatello Rachel E. Pike Anthony J. Piperno Shannon Piragas Thomas F. Pirone Joseph F. Podgorski Brad A. Podray Vincent Pomarico Regina Ponente Paul A. Ponzeka Arthur Posocco Jerome J. Potis Jason J. Powell Joseph J. Powell Mark F. Prestifilippo Matthew J. Price Maureen S. Prieto Peggy T. Proctor Renee Puchalski Jennifer M. Pusateri Michael F. Quaglio Eric M. Quievryn Edward R. Quinn Julie A. Quinn Jennifer A. Quinones Kali Racavich Robert L. Radabaugh Christopher E. Radziwill Erica Rafter Robin M. Raju Jacqueline I. Redden Emily A. Redding Kathleen N. Redmond Bryan M. Reed Susan E. Reeve Christopher T. Reiley Marisa N. Reuber Kimberly A. Reynolds Melissa A. Reynolds Sarah F. Rhodes Joseph J. Ricci Linda V. Riccobono Jacklyn R. Richards Katherine R. Rickard Michelle A. Rickard Jennifer A. Rienzi Patrick J. Riffle Kevin T. Riley Justin Roach Daniel J. Roberti Amanda E. Roberts John J. Robertson Margaret B. Robinson Sara D. Robinson Alex Enrique Rocha Kevin C. Roe Ryan R. Roettger Jeffrey J. Rogers Jillian M. Rolland Jeffrey S. Romanecz Erica L. Romann Rachel A. Romano Adam T. Ropelewski Julie B. Rosenfelt Matthew C. Ross Melissa Rossi Carolyn A. Rowe Meggan B. Runner Melissa A. Rupp Julienne J. Rushin Catherine M. Russin
Jill A. Sabol Amy L. Sadler Ronald Saglimbene Robert F. Saia Lesley Sajdak Suzanne V. Santarelli Emily Santillo Shannon O. Santoro Jessica L. Savage Michael S. Sawyer Donna P. Schank Erik M. Schenck Scott D. Schimmel William F. Schimpf Christopher M. Schneider Ryan J. Schofield Courtney L. Schroedel Lori K. Schwarz Corinne A. Searles Corinna R. Seaton-Choy Tara S. Seeliger Ashley B. Sefecka Heather A. Seiple Kimberly Sengstack Ginger C. Serifovic Jennifer M. Serra Terrance A. Sgroi Roshni B. Shah Marci R. Shaner Sara J. Shoener Robert J. Sidoti Joshua J. Siglin Mark A. Simko Melissa Simrell Lynn A. Sinner Joshua A. Skversky Teresa R. Slider Erin K. Sloan Michele Smigiel Jayme E. Smith Kristen J. Smith Lauren-Marie Smith Lauren Smith Louise Smith Meredith F. Snow Gregory P. Snyder Amanda S. Soares Sarita E. Soares Frank R. Sobocinski Paul J. Solga Michael D. Soltus Nicholas Sossong Alita M. Soulsby Shannon M. Spak Ronald A. Spalletta Scott D. Spatt Patrick B. Sporing Joseph F. Sroka Kate E. Stack Christine E. Stanik William P. Stanton Michael J. Stefanski Brian J. Stehn Carrie E. Stemrich Rebecca Stewart Matthew T. Stolz Christopher R. Storms Sandra K. Strausser Louis J. Strazzeri Clare M. Strockbine Lauren G. Strong Megan N. Strong Patricia L. Struble Susan M. Sturges Nicole M. Suchter Kevin A. Sullivan Lindsay E. Sullivan Josiah Sulouff Patricia A. Suttmiller Kiblai Suzuky Mary L. Sylvester Tamas Szasz Katherine M.
Szczepanski Megan E. Szivos Amy M. Talipski Alicia Tanacredi Rajeev Tanwar William P. Taroli Kate S. Tatarzewski Ndeh Tawah Sarah A. Teel Andrea Telenson Kate E. Tellefsen Christopher V. Testa Melody T. Testa Elizabeth A. Thomas Ryan L. Thomas Wendy J. Thomas David D. Thompson Lauryn M. Tiedemann Jennifer A. Tinnelly Stephen M. Tizzoni Brent W. Tobin Brett A. Tode Erika L. Tokarz Jonathan G. Tomaszewski Mark A. Tomaszewski Tanya M. Tompkins Jennifer L. Toth Ryan L. Toth Kimberly P. Towle Joseph T. Tracy Francis M. Travaline Anna H. Trently Eric M. Triplett Jacob A. Troutman Stephen Trovei Barbara D. Tumelty Meredith K. Tuohey Michael A. Turley Michael G. Urbanovich Jose Valdez Sarah L. Ventimiglia Richard S. Verde Sandra Vilarino Cristina A. Villani Laura P. Virtue-Delayo Kristin F. Visco Richard A. Vitale Nicole C. Vlachos Erin Vogel Robert G. Wagner Amy Walker Kathleen L. Wall Andrea S. Wallace James G. Walsh Jamie L. Wargo Megan Wasilik Sean C. Weck Christopher Westphal Allison J. Wieman Joseph P. Wietlisbach Christine A. Wilkinson Kristen M. Williams George F. Wilson
Jessica L. Wincek Mollye J. Windt Stephanie Wise Michelle N. Wolfsberger Amy M. Yablonski Leland P. Yadouga John T. Yarem Kenneth P. Yoder Kelli M. Young Johnna L. Yurko Edward J. Zagorsky, III Michael G. Zaleski George A. Zevan Jiehua Zhai Matthew D. Zinn Pasquale P. Zito Keith D. Zona Benjamin C. Zurick
MASTER’S DEGREES Maen A. Abdelhafez Magee C. Allegrucci Julie H. Bair Matthew T. Baldwin Rebecca D. Ballentine Elizabeth H. Baumbach Michael E. Beckish Shawna L. Bede Allison L. Bednarski Tracy A. Bednarz Denise A. Beechay Carol A. Benginia Tracy A. Bergen Christina M. Blick Danielle M. Boorady Christopher J. Bores James F. Boyle Kathleen T. Bradigan William C. Brennen Ruth L. Brumagin Linda H. Bryan Eileen R.Butler Yuxing Cai Catherine M. Camp Suzette A. Cardamone Amy L. Casillo Mary Jane T. Cerminaro Wei Chen Nicole M. Chrzan Jennifer A. Collins Vanina P. Colombo Catherine A. Conway James V. Cooper Edward T. Cosgrove Kimberly A. Curran Lori S. Czajkowski Steven R. D’Ambola Jyoti Dalal Amy R. Deming Danielle M. Devine
Arpit Dosanjh Christopher R. Dougherty Angela M. Drace Megan C. Duffy Joanne Eden Patricia A. Emerick Shannon E. Farrell Catherine A. Fawls Michelle S. Fernandes Christine A. Fontaine Allison K. Francesco Stacy J. Frankenbush Elizabeth L. Galanti Vijayalakshmi R. Gangareddygari Stephanie A. Ganz Leo Gilroy Blyton B. Gomes Melody R. Goodwin Dana R. Grzenda Suvrat Gupta Wendy M. Hafner Sara L. Hahl Adrienne L. Hamson Deborah L. Hartzell Kimberly G. Heckman Jennie L. Hildebrand Pei-Yi Ho Joan Hodowanitz Alice M. Hopkins Megan E. Hudak Jeffrey D. Huester Michelle A. Huza Jeff S. Hynick Nicholas W. Iannielli Matthew J. Iskra Jennifer A. Jamieson Jennifer M. Johnson Jillian K. Joseph Anne M. Kasper Laura B. Kelly Kathleen A. Ketcha Lorie N. Knueven Katherine A. Kohut Ping-Fan Kuo Anastasia Kutson Jignesh M. Kyada Janine M. Lamonica Kerry M. Landon Rosemary K. Lavelle Sheila M. Layo Marie M. LeBlanc Man C. Lee Andrew J. Leo Brad M. Levine Theresa A. Lio Steven J. Lohin Jennifer R. Long Moira A. Loughman Robert J. Luchi Lynn A. Malyndziak Michael A. Mandarano Kristin M. Mangan
Graduates and their families filled the Byron Recreation Complex for the Baccalaureate Mass on May 29.
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Mitkowski Dawn A. Mizwinski Teresa G. Moore Richard W. Morgan Stacie L. Morgan Sharad K. Nambiar Danielle M. O’Connor Jennifer M. O’Day Teri A. O’Reilly Jennifer L. OgdenConniff Ronald J. Olaski Robert F. Olinits Laura E. Ortiz Ray G. Osburn Thomas A. Parise Robert M. Peden Jill V. Pinarowicz
JoAnn K. Platko Jessica C. Pollock Vincent E. Pricci Christopher J. Price Iryna Pyasta Alison M. Rangel Kimberly L. Rasmus Ruth I. Rawson Gregory M. Riedlinger Bryan P. Rizzo Jessica M. Robinson Rebecca K. Rocco Megan G. Rochford Meagan M. Ross Heather M. Rosso Ellen A. Rowe Jolette C. Royer Maria T. Rozaieski
John A. Rushefski Daniel Rutkowski Charles J. Rutt Peter P. Saengthien Donna P. Schank Arianne E. Scheller John F. Seery Lajja R. Shah Sameer Shahid Erin E. Sheehan Anuja Shroff Joan M. Spudis Nicole L. Stacy Tara L. Stampf Kathleen A. Statsman William P. Stelma James T. Stiles Tammy E. Stone
Students Named to Dean’s List
The University has announced the Dean’s List, which recognizes students for academic excellence during the spring 2004 semester. In order to be named to the Dean’s List, a student must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better with a minimum number of credit hours. The list includes students from the University's four undergraduate colleges: the Panuska College of Professional Studies, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Kania School of Management and Dexter Hanley College.
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Freshmen Kathleen M. Antognini Samantha M. Barrett Michael A. Bauman Brice S. Beach Jessica J. Beha Steven Benedict Jonathan E. Bobek Kate C. Brown Angela D. Buren John T. Buseman Joseph A. Butash Cristina Cacace Matthew J. Calvert Julie M. Congiusti Erin M. Connaughton Michael J. Connolly Angela M. Croteau Alexander B. Davidson Kathleen M. Davidson Catherine Claire Davis Corey M. Deck Michael A. DePhillips Stephanie M. Dobitsch Xinyuan Du Amy Dwyer Natalie C. Fala Tyler S. Folsom Daniel T. Foster Joseph M. Gerlach Jessica M. Gondela Mark L. Gruszecki Jessica L. Hafich Raymond D. Harger Aileen E. Herald Keith E. Hoffman Peter E. Hornberger Jessica A. Hubert Roza Jankovic Jenelle Janowicz Lindsay H. Jenkins Megan A. Johnson Sarah M. Johnson Christy J. Joswick Farnaz Karimi
Kate L. Keglovits David B. Keib Todd J. Kerestes Megan M. Kocis Barbara G. Kunzinger Mikaela N. LaPlante Jeffrey M. Loftus Philip W. Loscombe Eugene G. Lynott Alisha F. Marmo Jason C. Mastony Allison Matt Todd R. McCabe Jennifer A. McLaren Lauren E. Mehr Stephanie M. Miller Stephanie M. Morgan Eileen M. O’Dea Michael S. Paris Louis T. Pasqualicchio Rebecca L. Pennucci Gerard V. Piazza Sarah M. Piccini Kaitlin E. Pidgeon Jessica M. Policastro Matthew K. Powers Lucas D. Raymond Colleen M. Rengert Adam Z. Rosinski Allison M. Rubino Amy L. Shanahan Vincent Solomeno Crystal W. Stepkovitch Sara J. Sutter Bryan W. Taskalos Rita Ann Tepper Mark L. Tizzoni John P. Touhey Jasmine F. Urzo Antonio Velez Suberbie Maria C. Virbitsky Stacey J. Vogler-Musil Michael R. Vogt Jenna M. Volpe Laura M. Yeckley David D. Yoder Julie K. Zaleski
Colleen M. Zanis Christopher J. Ziegler Sophomores Irene R. Alfred Jan P. Amann Jennifer E. Applegate Gregory V. Aughenbaugh Melissa M. Badenhop David A. Bird Matthew M. Breuninger Jennifer L. Brierley Sarah P. Brilmyer Clayton D. Brooks Lauren L. Brusco Bradley R. Burke Lauren E. Burke William F. Burke Christina M. Byron Jillian R. Camarote William P. Casale Matthew R. Cesare Drew G. Clancy Sarah A. Clifford Megan M. Collelo Lyndsey E. Collins Joseph P. Conley Christine M. Cornwall Michael B. Cottone Susan E. Coyle Erin P. Creaghe Rachel L. D’Agostino Travis C. Dayon Jennifer R. Doles John W. Doyle Caitlin Dyer Theresa M. Evans Donna M. Fortunato Rachel A. Fried Kimberly A. Friend Daniel P. Garubba Carmine N. Gatto Matthew B. Gautier Kristy A. Gogick Jeffrey D. Gurtizen Neil Harrington Ashley M. Hartman
Zachary C. Huard Eric R. Hunt Stephen J. Janofsky Michael J. Jenkins Paul Klebon Kathryn M. Kosinski Kimberly R. Lieber MaryMargaret Lim Robert A. Lyons Andrea E. Marino Josh Martineau Amanda R. Massaro Elizabeth A. McDyer Justine M. McGuire Kimberly L. McManus Patrick J. McNamara Kathleen M. Mee Megan E. Meehan John J. Mercuri Susanna Molitoris Patrick H. Monachino Julie A. Morley Danielle N. Mourar Cheryl B. Mrazik Ann E. Nealon Richard A. Nicholas Duane J. Nowakowski Mary K. O’Brien Patrick T. Orr Daniel G. Ostermayer Kevin E. Paganini Jaime L. Palumbo Ingrid-Rose, Patella Jessica M. Phillippy Chanel M. Quick Anna R. Quinlivan John F. Reutemann Patrick R. Ridings Kristin A. Riley Bridget A. Rooney Tricia M. Ross Sharon A. Secola Drew C. Shiner Jason A. Shrive Patrick J. Sparrow Kathleen A. Spring Eric W. Stolten
Wendy A. Stone Patricia A. Temple John P. Tobey Jennifer E. Topa Mary R. Tunnessen Melisa A. Tyira Johanna L. Ulicny Mitchell L. Valburg Wendy M. Waltz Martin L. Wentz Carrie A. Westgate Sara M. Wincek Thomas J. Witiak Jane K. Yeomans Martin F. Zaldi//var Cindy A. Zbierski Janice Zygmunt
Meghan Stott Sean D. Sullivan Christopher J. Szewczyk Eric S. Tallman Melissa L. Thompson Crystal A. Torres Jeffrey R. Trainor Allison Ann M. Trapani Gina Verdetti Tracey L. Vieira Laurie E. Wager Patricia M. Webb Mark C. Whymeyer Erin L. Williams Megan E. Yanoshak Sarah K. Yazinski Susan E. Zengel Juniors Maura L. Adams Elizabeth M. Ali Brian Alvaro Duane S. Armitage Katrina M. Banfe Paul G. Batyko Mark W. Beyer Jeffrey E. Bollinger Edward B. Britton Matthew D. Butler John A. Canjar Lauren A. Carroll John P. Castellano Amanda M. Celii Salvatore J. Cherra Himedes V. Chicas Stephen J. Clark Michael E. Copenhagen Nicholas A. Costanzo Christina A. Cozzi M. Vincent Cruciani Julie A. Custer Salvador I. DeCelles Teresa L. DeLaurentis Denise B. DellaSperanzo Kristin M. Doyle Diana E. Drogalis Megan J. Dudevoir Barbara E. Durkin Sean P. Dwyer Courtney G. Esposito Kimberly S. Evalenko Tiffany M. Fazio Pollyanna M. Fino Sarah L. Frey Ariele Garofalo David A. Grizzanti Louis C. Guzzi Emily D. Hantsch Kevin D. Hauck Matthew B. Hoch Cindy M. Hodakoski Emily A. Hollerbach Megan M. Hosey Thomas J. Hromisin Michelle M. Jastrzemski
Tracee Jean-Philippe David P. Juice Eric J. Kemmerer Seana M. Kirk Misako Kobayashi Emily T. Kocis Elizabeth A. Krebs Jonathan C. Krieger Thomas M. Lawlor Amelia C. Liero Patricia A. Loftus Tricia K. Maggio Michael A. Malpezzi Jacqueline M. Maquine Eugene Marks James A. Marsicano Cathleen E. Matrai Marianne C. Maxwell Karen A. McGuigan Jennifer C. McGuire Kathryn M. McKenna Andrew M. Meads Peggy Merck Jonathan S. Musyt Michelle Natafalusy Trevor P. Needham Daniel A. Nelson Brianna L. Noll Daniel A. Noto Carolyn C. Novak Jill M. Oliver Tiffany V. Ott Neil Patel Christina S. Patton Scott A. Peslak Sean L. Pilker Ryan T. Pohlig Kristina Portelli Michael Quartuccio Katherine Robinson Elizabeth Rogers Luke A. Rogers Courtney L. Ross Jessica B. Rupp Laura B. Salomon Paurush Shah Kathleen M. Shinko Sarah M. Shirer Allison M. Smith Courtney M. Southard Sonya S. Standefer Dayna B. Steele Kathryn G. Stroh Theresa A. Szczepanski Renee Szumski Ashley L. Tanis Nicholas P. Truncale Nathaniel J. Underland Dina Veltri Sara B. Visintainer Lauren M. Williams Michael T. Zolnowski
Seniors Brenda F. Aldine Nicole M. Aloise Jacquelyn E. Arrow James W. Bailey Melanie A. Baker William L. Bambach Darlene M. Banta Rachel M. Bennett Lindsay A. Bernstein Shannon M. Blacker Carl N. Boccuti Rachel A. Bognet Christopher A. Boltinghouse Ronald L. Brace Patrick J. Brennan James M. Buchholz Bridget J. Bujak Alexandra Burke Caitlin Burns Andrew A. Cammarano Christine P. Campbell Steven W. Cherry Elizabeth A. Chiafair Christopher J. Christiana Christian A. Cipriani Christopher J. Corey Mary Ann E. Cosgrove James J. Costanzo Amy Cravath Nicole Cwalinski Jennifer A. Dammer Colleen L. Davis Ruslan E. Denysyk Valerie M. Dever Jaclyn A. DiBrienza Gregory Dodson Mary F. Donohue Charles J. Dooley Shalissa M. Dougherty Amy E. Dwyer Lauren S. Evans Maria J. Ferzola David J. Fine Natalie D. Finkelstein Julia Fitzgibbons John F. Flynn Timothy R. Gabrielli Christine N. Gaffigan Katherine A. Ganley Thomas A. Garubba Megan M. Garvin Sonia G. Gatta Christopher J. Gatto Tina Marie George Michael E. Gerchak Ryan J. Getts Anthony D. Giancatarino Christina Giannetti Edward W. Glowienka Daniel J. Golasa Nadia L. Gougeon
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University of Scranton alumni whose children are members of the graduating Class of 2004 gathered in the Rose Garden on campus for this Scranton legacy photograph. Stephen J. Grable Sarah M. Grapentine Christen M. Gruebel Michael J. Gunteski Amy A. Hagerty Justin M. Hamor Terri A. Harchar John Heppler Marissa A. Hibbard Alison M. Hill Maria T. Hundersmarck Kelly M. Jackson William H. James Alison M. Janes Matthew E. Jennings Thomas W. Jordan Yewah Jung Peter M. Kashinsky Edward J. Kausmeyer Melissa M. Keklak Kathryn E. King Lauren M. Kirsch Matthew Knowlan Christopher S. Konopka Anne E. Kozul Michelle L. Kratz Brian M. Kreibick Ann I. Kushmerick Cheryl A. Lagana Antonio Lasorsa Leah M. Laspina Cheryl A. Lawson Tiffany R. Leventhal Jessica L. Lewis Han Li Jaclyn Lyons Michael W. Mandel Kristina F. Mardjokic Amanda Mariano Marisa C. Marino Jennifer J. Marsala Michael C. Martelli Rebecca L. Martin Daniel T. Marvin Gregory P. Marx Michael Mazzei Keren C. McCarthy Kelly M. McGuire Michelle M. McLaren Meredith A. McWilliams Erin K. Mellody August Metz Alexander E. Mickiewicz Faith A. Miller Jennifer L. Miller Ana L. Mojtahedi Elizabeth P. Monahan Kenneth M. Monks Elizabeth K. Morris Joseph J. Mosley Elizabeth C. Mullen Bryan T. Murtaugh Crystal E. Newby Erik J. Novak Colin J. O’Boyle Sarah A. Olsavsky Angela F. Ostrowski Clinton J. Page
Ariane Palmasani Christina A. Parlapiano Matthew T. Parodi Kunal Patel Bharathi U. Patimalla Kathleen A. Pierangeli Rachel E. Pike Julee C. Plastow Vincent Pomarico Arthur Posocco Emily A. Redding Kimberly A. Reynolds Melissa A. Reynolds Katherine R. Rickard Patrick J. Riffle Kevin T. Riley Kristin A. Riley Bryan H. Roy-Smith Shannon O. Santoro Lindsey M. Schneider Heather A. Seiple Sara J. Shoener Joshua J. Siglin Shailinder Singh Teresa R. Slider Matthew J. Slivinski Carolyn Smart Sarita E. Soares Paul J. Solga Jillian Sommerville Ronald A. Spalletta Brian E. Staboleski Michael J. Stefanski Carrie E. Stemrich Christopher R. Storms Clare M. Strockbine Susan M. Sturges Sara K. Suchoski Kevin A. Sullivan Marie E. Sullivan Stacy Surman Kiblai Suzuky Jennifer M. Swenski Erin M. Swigart Katherine M. Szczepanski Megan E. Szivos Erica M. Szymanski Katie A. Terrana Jennifer A. Tinnelly Mark A. Tomaszewski Jennifer L. Toth Rachel E. Trappler Barbara D. Tumelty Thomas P. Umile Amanda A. Valvano Nicole C. Vlachos Eileen A. Webster Mollye J. Windt Stephanie A. Yazinski Michael G. Zaleski
DEXTER HANLEY COLLEGE Freshmen Mark Evans Marion J. Gatto
Pamela J. Hemann Joan Hodowanitz Victoria A. Kocis Kelly N. Millard John T. Owens Susan M. Ross Sophomores Reginald O. Adekoya Karen J. Beebe Sean H. Breheny Kimberly A. Cadugan Marie A. Ceccoli Jason M. Dietz Jennine E. Dwyer JoAnn M. Famalette Lynn M. Gavin Stacie, Grassmuck Vivett Hemans-Newton Ivan Herschenfeld Eugene V. Kohut Ellen B. Linde Angela M. Malafarina John W. Napora, Jr. Pauline Palko Aimee M. Redd Chaya L. Rosenberg Timothy D. Sechler John W. Shannon Karen H. Waldeck Brandon Yeager Juniors David Albertson Keri A. Flynn Ann Marie P. Gallagher Joseph H. May Stephen B. Pendrak Stanley E. Phillips Eileen A. Rempe Deborah A. Zenzal Seniors Christine M. Beck Ellen D. Brazil Jacob P. Buchanan Nicole L. Cataudella Mary E. Cichocki Joseph J. Cimakasky Charlene M. Collins Jennifer L. Cours Francis T. Czyzyk Diane M. Demko Kathleen E. Geraghty Michelle M. Gunshannon Kerri L. Haza Eric J. Hazzouri Scott F. Hess Judith A. Hicks Ann E. Hollenbeck Catherine M. Holleran Mark P. Jones Marsha L. Laukaitis Dawn M. Lavelle Ralph Loitfelder Sharon L. Londo Gregory Loughney Anita M. Markowitz Mark R. Maxfield Lynn Nehila
Meriann L. O’Malley John D. Reuther Julienne J. Rushin Theresa P. Sandrowicz Joseph F. Sroka Patricia L. Struble Shannon M. Talarico Wendy J. Thomas Anna H. Trently
KANIA SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Freshmen Joseph J. Azzaro Mathieu Benhamou Carlos E. Bermudez Christian M. Coburn Brian M. Collins Nicholas J. Connolly Antero A. Cortes Elizabeth M. Croft Kevin A. DeCastro John P. DeGroat Joseph J. Dwyer Jenna H. Gordish Peter J. Guala Amy L. Haring Kaitlin M. Hinz Lauren Hoffman Kaitlin M. Holtz Mark C. Kayal Ian P. Kernaghan Christine Mandel Stephanie E. Marsicano Joegi G. Mathew James R. McCormack Geoffrey P. McKinney Tiffany G. Rogers Michael J. Schickner Paul C. Sotak Philip N. Stampone Andrea C. Stellatella Stephanie L. Tyszka Eric W. Weber Alison R. Zackowski Kristen A. Zalewski Sophomores Yim K. Cheng Anthony F. DeMola Meredith R. DePalma Jessica L. Devito Melissa M. Didio Richard G. Fankhanel Colleen D. Fitzgerald Adam R. Fuller Shawnna M. Giumento Thomas E. Grady Meghan A. Haring James M. Huvane Robert H. Jones Jeffrey M. Joseph Timothy R. Kapp Matthew M. Keating Brian J. Kelly Emily M. Kocis Nicole P. Kovalkoski Michael H. Kromer Kathleen M. Martino
Colleen, McEntee Deborah J. McGovern Ashley L. O’Shea Hannah M. Phillips Kristin L. Plyler Ronald A. Reiprich Sonja D. Roman Sarah R. Romanini Sarah P. Sedgwick Shawn M. Seiden Faye C. Settas John M. Shipman Raymond C. Slater Maria V. Stampone Steffin J. Stone Denise A. Straka Kirsten M. Suchy Nicholas N. Susko Matthew R. Tempesta Stephanie M. Tulaney Lindsay A. Walker Juniors Laurie A. Arnone Kevin R. Ays Deborah A. Bailey Andrew J. Breen Ryan P. Champagne Richard N. Conti Ryan M. Dougherty Thomas A. Frey Brian S. Fries Brian T. Gardner David Genevich Wesley D. Gougeon Daniel P. Hadley Cristina Ionescu Dennis Johnson Anne L. McGreevy Thomas B. Noonan Thomas J. Pirog Elizabeth G. Richardson Michael J. Ross Kevin J. Rowe John A. Sheehan Sarah K. Shenton Seniors Colleen G. Aiken Anthony, Balzano John E. Barlow Lauren M. Bernard Sean C. Bernard Mary A. Bertels Bettina M. Biondi Thomas J. Boychuk Leslie A. Boyle Shannon M. Boyle Keith P. Brady Ellen C. Buggy Michael J. Byrne Amanda Call Kevin R. Carden Michael A. Carroll Patricia A. Cassar Robert C. Chace Brandon Chivinski Michael S. Conk Steven R. D’Ambola Robert G. D’Ambrosio Laura C. Daniels Laura Davidson Kristen M. Donohue Charles F. Dotter Hal T. Drugac John P. Gladysz Beth Grafstrom John F. Hernandez Joshua T. Hessmiller Stephen L. Heying Shawn G. Horn Daniel G. Karabin Stacy M. Kearney Timothy B. Laffey Hiu L. Lee Kimberly A. Lombardi Stephen M. Luchko Christopher D. Maki Timara J. Marquis
Serina M. Marshaleck Jude R. McDonough Marc A. Mezzacca Monica Mizsak Chad R. Muller Christopher J. Muller Richard J. Mulligan Thomas J. Munson Colleen E. Murphy Mary T. Murray Kristin M. Ommerborn Jeanette M. O’Rourke Bonnie, Patten Michael T. Pearson Carmine Pellegrino Thomas J. Phillips Jennifer A. Quinones Daniel J. Roberti Ryan R. Roettger Jeffrey J. Rogers Matthew C. Ross Joshua A. Skversky Thomas D. Sosik Kate E. Stack Michael R. Stanton Lauren G. Strong Jennifer A. Swarts Andrea Telenson Emily C. Thorp Stephen M. Tizzoni Eric M. Triplett Stephen Trovei Jose Valdez Kathleen L. Wall Christopher, Westphal Stephanie Wise
PANUSKA COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES Freshmen Kathryn M. Ailtmar Megan A. Applegate Michelle L. Ballantyne Anne K. Bostwick Katherine M. Brager Julianne C. Burok Kathryn M. Camia Emily R. Canavan Edel M. Carolan Erica L. Cichy Kaitlyn E. Clark Colleen M. Clayton Lauren C. Conaboy Mark V. Coogan Amy, Cruciani Sara M. Czerw Amanda L. Davis Erin J. Day-Lewis Sarah E. Del Vecchio Kara M. DeVivo Sarah A. Dillmuth Alyssa L. Duerr Sarah E. Elsby Maria C. Faber Kaitlin P. Fix Jamie D. Harrington Leslie E. Harrington Catherine M. Higgins Breanne J. Hoekstra Andrea M. Jaworski Megan A. Kierce Elizabeth C. Kiernan Valerie A. Lazaro Kaye A. Ledgister Kristen E. Luzi Maureen C. Lynn Megan L. Major Melissa S. Maki Lindsay A. Makos Kathleen E. Malloy Corinne, Malon Lindsay M. Mayeski Peter C. McCaffrey Amy L. McKiernan Monica A. McStravick
Kathleen A. Megna Elizabeth A. Melillo Taryn A. Mellody Joanna F. Miley Daniel F. Mitsakos David J. Monahan Sarah B. Moore Rosemary E. Moran Karen D. Muller Thomas P. Murtaugh John R. Patro Jamie L. Rafter Carly S. Ritter Kieran E. Rooney Jennifer M. Rupp Kristen M. Sanderson Maura A. Schofield Rebecca A. Sheakoski Timothy P. Smith Pamela A. Snopek Erica D. Sonzogni Michael J. Sotak Jennifer M. Stegmann Renee L. Stevens Heather A. Strunk Amanda M. Szewczyk Brittany D. Thornton Katherine N. Thullen Amy A. Upchurch Corinne N. van Lier Jennifer M. Wagner Catherine L. Wojtowicz Sophomores Allison M. Ahl Casey L. Aiello Gerald P. Amole Stephanie J. Ardizzone Ashley E. Baumbach Joshua M. Bearer Pamela A. Benecke Anne E. Bonner Brianne M. Boyle Gail M. Brady Lisa, Carpenito Lynda R. Chauncey Christina M. Cherra Rebecca L. Cheshire Brigitte E. Cheyney William A. Cicale Tommasina B. Cicco Janine N. Crosby Jason A. Del Piano Rickie Lee DeMaio Megan P. Diamond Karen J. Dilsizian Kristin L. Donohue Nancy M. Duda Brian W. Dulay Alyse J. Eklund Erica A. Fischer Kristy A. Frick Terrence V. Gallagher Julia E. Gamble Alyssa M. Garnich Andrew J. Genovese Laura M. Hanna Laura E. Haushalter Erin E. Healy Sarah K. Heinsohn Heather T. Hibbard Morgan J. Hillery Janelle L. Hintz Sarah A. Hodge Jessica Hoefer Julianne A. Hunisch Janelle M. Jayson Jennifer L. Johnson Kathleen M. Kearney Kimberly A. Keating Kaitlin A. Kelly Nicholas S. Keough Kyriake Kontogiannis Amy S. Kordek Tara M. Lee Matthew P. Loughney Jessica E. Mancini Amy E. Martin
The Scranton Record, June 2004 Kathleen Martin Kristin M. McCorkle Colleen E. McCoy Meggan A. McKenna Katherine A. McManus Matthew T. Monaco Jessica A. Montgomery Jaclyn M. Muojo Diana L. Murray Natalie Myck Jennifer C. Neenan Sherah J. Neumeyer Kyleen A. Newlander Gabrielle E. Nicolais Megan K. Olsen Lisa M. Piegaro Elizabeth A. Posegate Christine E. Pusateri Kelly A. Rau Amber L. Rugletic Kathryn E. Ruhnke Maria L. Rupp Gregory J. Russick Elizabeth A. Sansoni Lauren P. Scanlon Joseph M. Scheible Ronald J. Schmid Allison M. Schmidt Patricia A. Simpson Danielle C. Slater Lori E. Sledziewski Lindsay A. Sleeper Christina M. Smith Amy M. Smurkowski Dawn M. Sweerus Jonathan Tapia Shannon D. Taylor Kristin A. Thomas Allyson B. Urie Christopher M. Vilello Amy P. Wagner Lindsey M. Watkins Kim T. Weisbruch Katie M. Wentzell Sarah E. Werther Kristy E. Wienecke Juniors Ashley E. Adams Joseph R. Addis Meghan S. Albrecht Jennifer S. Benter
Lauren E. Botto Caitlin Boyle Maeghen A. Bradley Melissa Brajczewski Julia C. Braunstein Teresa M. Buldo Jami M. Cadden Sarah K. Campbell Jacqueline Carrigg Maureen L. Corcoran Renae L. Dalrymple Caitlin M. Dalton Lauren C. Davies Elizabeth M. Dobrowolski Megan R. Donovan Alison G. Dougherty Michael A. Duca Diana M. Elwell Christopher A. Fahs Adrienne M. Fallon John P. Ficucello Brittany D. Finch Lauren D. Fontaine Jacquelyn Fox Melissa J. Gigante Lauren M. Gobbo Danielle L. Graziano Tracy A. Grieboski Michelle M. Griffin Scott C. Griggs Alexandra A. Hagan Kristy E. Hare Lindsey H. Hayde Jessica L. Hendricks Stephanie, Iveson Jessica L. Jaecks Lauren E. Johnson Melissa A. Kalinowski Julie L. Kashuba Jennifer L. Keavey Susan M. Kellenberger Mary Jo A. Kelly Erica L. Kish Jenny, Kleinman Kelly A. Klingman Kerri A. Kornobis Marita Kouch Rachel M. Kunz Cassie L. Leary Adrienne M. L’Heureux
William A. Listanski Marja N. Litwin Megan R. Lucas Casper P. Magacs Erin C. Magee Lauren J. Mahoney Julie Martino Jeffrey W. Marx Devon C. Maxwell Megan E. McCarthy Emily M. McGeehan Mary E. McNamara Joseph W. Mele Tricia A. Mesaris Alison M. Morgan Kelly A. Mullin Angela L. Naro Alicia G. Oertner Ian M. O’Hara Cynthia M. Olsheski Elizabeth A. O’Neill Megan E. O’Neill Brandon T. Parlopiano Stephanie Poliansky Anthony J. Primerano Philip M. Prior Lisa Repetto Jennie M. Riccio Mathew T. Richardson Michelle L. Richwine Erin M. Ripp Nora J. Roberti Sarah J. Roberti Jennifer J. Santarelli John A. Santoro Alicia M. Savarese Rosamaria Schillaci Carin P. Shackel Joshua J. Shepard Alicia Sodano Casey M. Templin Edward J. Thomas Sarah Torquato Nina L. Tufano Allison K. Unterstein Kelly A. Vicchiariello John R. Vogel Lauren E. Voltz Andrea L. Vourtsis Andrew D. Wally Amanda M. Wilczynski
Patricia M. Zeuner Michelle F. Zucaro Seniors Alexia Antoniades Colleen M. Armstrong Kara M. Armstrong Rebecca L. Arnold Julia A. Azeff Leandra E. Barbuti Kathryn M. Barnes Erin E. Bates Rachel L. Becker Melissa B. Behr Keri-Ann Bennett Lori Bentler Shaun M. Bewick Linette J. Browning Amy L. Buntz Kathryn E. Burg Katherine F. Burghart Kate C. Burtner Elizabeth J. Campbell Tia R. Carl Daniel J. Carroll Linda J. Cavazzini Renee J. Chanin Erica L. Cheshire Elizabeth M. Cissel Megan R. Collins Meghan-Ann Collins Michael R. Conrad Elizabeth Q. Cooney Meghan A. Corieri Kathleen Corr Vanessa M. Cortes Shannon M. Craige Victoria M. Crocco Christina E. Cupo Sandra, DallaRiva Melissa A. Damski Kristen M. Davenport Maribeth Day Marta K. DeLong Michael P. Desch Alison M. DeVarso Meredith L. Diehl Elizabeth K. DiLuzio Eileen T. Donnelly Ellen M. Driscoll Herbert C. Dunn Ashlee A. Dunstan
Vanessa D. Esposito Jennifer L. Evans Kristin M. Evans Jillian P. Federico Antonette Feuerstack Lauren M. Figari Kathryn M. Flood Katie A. Florkiewicz Judith A. Flounders Christine M. Frawley Jessica M. Fronduti Diana M. Galvin Sara E. Gausz Kelly A. Gaynor Robert V. Giacometti II Mary Giovinazzo Melanie Good Brian F. Graham Tracy A. Granozio Lauren E. Grant Andrea C. Griffith Jennifer A. Groegler Laura J. Hammond Thomas A. Hansen Kelly A. Hartnett Robert J. Havard Jacqueline A. Hazel Jessica M. Herness Elizabeth A. Hooton Laurie D. Horne Krista R. Hylinski Allyson D. Jengo Lauren K. Johnson Elizabeth A. Joyce James R. Judge Kathryn E. Juron Cara Kasa Lillian R. Kayal Diana M. Keating Elizabeth J. Kloczko Kevin P. Kloss Jill K. Koch Lisa Kraker Jennifer M. Kreider Melissa H. Ksenak Bonnie L. Kulick Renee E. Laboranti Maureen M. LaForce Nicole A. Lance Jeanne-Marie Lanza Mary Colleen Lavelle
Maria J. Lazipone Christopher B. Leib Maria K. Lieberman Gregory R. Linck Jeremy M. Lo Kellie M. Logan Sean J. LoVallo Amanda R. Loyden Gina M. Manuele Theresa A. Martin Amy L. Martino Mary Beatrice R. Maslar Jessica A. Massaro Ashley L. McCormack Kathryn M. McDonough Kerry McGarvey Michelle B. McGowan Lauren A. McHale Meghan M. McIntyre Jessica K. McLane Megan McMurdo Kristin McNerney Kristin A. Melillo Lisa Merlino Cristin A. Miller Kathryn E. Miller Lauren Mirro Kenneth M. Mohn John Z. Monahan Melissa E. Morreale Arthur G. Muller Gerard W. Nichols Alicia D. O’Brien Michael F. O’Brien J. Quentin Ochs Colleen N. O’Connor Elizabeth A. O’Connor Jennifer A. Parry Lori A. Paulowskey Brian A. Peterkin Jessica Petti Sara N. Pfeiffenberger Jenna E. Pietrick Sasha L. Price Maureen S. Prieto Jennifer M. Pusateri Susan E. Reeve Kristin D. Reil Linda V. Riccobono Jacklyn R. Richards
Michelle A. Rickard Amanda L. Roberson Sara D. Robinson Rachel A. Romano Jennifer J. Rugletic Meggan B. Runner Melissa A. Rupp Christina M. Rush Catherine M. Russin Amy L. Sadler Janette M. Scardillo James F. Schalk John F. Schalk Holly L. Schovitz Lori K. Schwarz Ashley B. Sefecka Jennifer M. Serra Marci R. Shaner Melissa Simrell Lynn A. Sinner Kristen J. Smith Lauren Smith Louise Smith Michael D. Soltus Paula K. Stark Kyle A. Stevens Rebecca Stewart Patricia A. Suttmiller Erin S. Sweeney Amie M. Talarico Sarah A. Teel Kate E. Tellefsen Tiffany N. Thompson Maria Tomcykoski Kimberly P. Towle Sandra D. VanBlarcom Sarah L. Ventimiglia Sandra Vilarino Kristin F. Visco Erin Vogel Dawn M. Wagner Amy Walker Andrea S. Wallace Jamie L. Wargo Christine A. Wilkinson Jennifer L. Wills Meghan A. Wolfe Amy M. Yablonski Karla D. Zeisloft Kathryn M. Ziarko Brian J. Zywicki
The University’s Graduate School Employment Rate Highest Since 1999 The results of a University of Scranton post-graduation survey of graduate students from the class of 2003 reveal that 99 percent are either employed or pursuing additional education within six months of graduation. The survey is based on responses received by 54 percent (116) of the 215 students who earned graduate degrees from The University of Scranton in 2003. The average (mean) salary reported is $47,747, based on the 86 graduates that provided salary information. Most salaries reported are in the range of $50,000 to $54,000. Ninety-four percent of respondents are employed full-time, three percent are employed part-time and two percent are pursuing additional education. Only one percent reported being unemployed, which is the lowest level reported since the university’s class of 1999. “Sixty-two percent of the respondents reported that they have been at their current position for less than one year, indicating that their graduate degree may
have led to a new job for the graduates,” said Paul Perhach, Director of Career Services at the University. Salaries vary by degree programs as well as geographic location. The highest average salary reported is $83,166 for graduates with master’s degrees in nursing, followed by graduates with master’s degrees in health administration at $55,348. Graduates receiving their MBA degrees with a concentration in accounting report the third highest average salary of $55,000. The lowest average salaries reported are $33,333 for graduates with master’s degrees in secondary education and $33,620 for graduates with master’s degrees in school counseling. The highest average salary reported by state is $54,142 in New York. The average salary reported for Pennsylvania was $48,053, which is the second highest. Ninety percent of the graduates employed full-time are working in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. Fifty-six percent work in Pennsylvania.
Scranton Area Foundation Supports University of Success Jeanne Bovard, Executive Director of the Scranton Area Foundation, recently announced a grant in the amount of $7,800 to The University of Scranton in support of the University of Success. Each year, 20 seventh graders are identified for this program, which continues through high school graduation. The University of Success provides mentoring and tutoring in academic, social and cultural opportunities designed to motivate students to complete high school successfully and to enroll in post-secondary education. Students who come from economically disadvantaged cir-
cumstances and those with minority backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Shown at the check presentation are, from left: Kathleen V. Davis, Ph.D., dean of the University of Scranton’s Dexter Hanley College; Gary P. Celli, director of special projects, Dexter Hanley College; Jeanne Bovard, executive director of the Scranton Area Foundation and University of Scranton trustee; Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., University President; Margaret McNulty, Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, at the University.
STUDENT-ATHLETES HONORED AT AWARDS BANQUET Six student-athletes received the top awards at the 13th annual Senior StudentAthlete Banquet on May 14 at the Eagen Auditorium in the Gunster Memorial Student Center on campus. Kyle Eaton (Old Bridge, N.J./Milford Academy-Conn.) and Kate Pierangeli (Springfield/Springfield) received the Frank O’Hara awards, which are presented annually to the top male and female athletes of the senior class. The award is named in honor of Frank O’Hara, a 1925 graduate of the University who had a distinguished career in a variety of roles at the University for more than 50 years. Receiving the Father Fitzpatrick Award was Katie Szczepanski (Elizabethtown/ Lancaster Catholic). Named in honor of the late Reverend John J. Fitzpatrick, S.J., longtime friend and counselor of Royal studentathletes, this award is bestowed upon the student-athlete who has demonstrated outstanding leadership and who has given extraordinary service and contributions to the University of Scranton community and society in general. The Peter Carlesimo awards were presented to John Barlow (Springfield/St. Joseph’s Prep) and Krista Hylinski (Norristown/Kennedy-Kenrick). These awards honor the male and female senior student-athlete who has maintained a 3.5-orhigher cumulative grade point average and has demonstrated athletic excellence in their respective sport or sports. Judy Flounders (Havertown/ Archbishop Carroll) received the Ron Willensky Award, which is presented annually to the senior student-athlete who consistently undertakes to understand and improve the human condition. The award is named in honor of Ron Willensky, a native of Scranton and a 1963 graduate of the University who was a lifelong fan of the Royals and the Lady Royals. Eaton, a four-year member of the ice hockey team, concluded his career as the Ice Royals’ all-time leader in goals (64), assists (101) and total points (165). He was a second-team all-Eastern Collegiate Hockey Association (ECHA) selection in 2003 and honorable mention in 2002 and 2004. In addition to leading the team in scoring in three of his four seasons, he was instrumental in leading Scranton to fourth-place finishes in the ECHA in 2003 and 2004. Pierangeli excelled in women’s basketball and women’s lacrosse. As a four-year starter in basketball, she was the recipient of numerous accolades including honorable
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mention all-American by DIII News (2004) and by Kodak/Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (2003, 2004). She was also a first (2003) and second-team (2004) allMid-Atlantic region selection by D3hoops.com, second-team all-Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Southern Division (2003, 2004) and firstteam all-Freedom Conference (2002, 2003, 2004). She started 95 of 111 career games and finished 10th in scoring (1,292) and 4th in assists (427) and steals (263) in Scranton history. She led the Lady Royals to a four-year overall record of 95-18 (.841), including two Freedom Conference titles (2002, 2004) and three NCAA Division III tournament appearances (2002-2004). In lacrosse, Pierangeli earned first-team allMetro region by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association this past season. She was also named first (2001) & second-team (2003) all-Southern Division by the ECAC and was a first-team all-Middle Atlantic Conference selection three times (2001, 2003, 2004). She started 42 of 43 games in her career and is the Royals’ all-time leader in caused turnovers (116), second in draw controls (113) and third in total points (162), goals (104) and assists (58). She was a member of two Middle Atlantic Conference championship and NCAA Division III tournament teams (2003-2004). Szczepanski, a four-year letter-winner in field hockey, was honored for her numerous on and off-campus activities. In addition to earning first-team all-Freedom Conference
honors in 2002 and serving as team captain last fall, she served as a Eucharistic cup minister for Campus Ministry, retreat leader for the field hockey team, tutor for the Learning Resource Center, Princeton Review teacher for the MCAT review course and secretary for the Gamma Sigma Epsilon National Chemistry Honor Society. She was also a member of the Special Jesuits Liberal Arts Program, Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Medical Honor Society, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, Phi Sigma Tau Philosophy Honor Society and the Health Professions Organization. She completed a summer research program at Hershey Medical Center, served as a Eucharistic cup minister for St. Peter’s Church in Elizabethtown, was an organizer for Carrie’s Crusade, a fund-raiser for a student with a de-habilitating disease, and was a four-year volunteer for the Visiting Nurses Association Hospice. Barlow maintained a 3.76 cumulative grade point average in marketing and philosophy as a four-year member of the men’s cross-country team. A three-time member of the Middle Atlantic Conference Academic Honor Roll for fall sports and a 2003 Verizon District II all-Academic second-team selection, he competed in four MAC and NCAA Mideast regional championships. He was a two-time team captain (2002, 2003). Hylinski, a four-year letter-winner in volleyball, holds a 3.94 cumulative grade point average in physical therapy. She was a first (2003) and second-team (2002) Verizon District II all-Academic selection and was named to the Middle Atlantic Conference Academic Honor Roll for fall sports three times (2001, 2002, 2003). A two-time allFreedom Conference second-team selection (2001, 2003), she appeared in 124 matches in her career and is second in service aces (186), 3rd in blocks (352), fourth in hitting percentage (.252) and 5th in digs in Scranton history. She was a member of two Freedom Conference (2001, 2003) and NCAA tourna-
Six seniors received the top awards at the Senior Student-Athlete Banquet held May 14. From left: John Barlow – men’s cross-country, male recipient of the Carlesimo Award for outstanding academic and athletic achievement; Krista Hylinski – volleyball, female recipient of the Carlesimo Award; Judy Flounders – women’s basketball, recipient of the Ron Willensky Award for contributions to improve the human condition; Katie Szczepanski – field hockey, recipient of the Father Fitzpatrick Award for community service within the University community and to society in general; Kate Pierangeli – women’s basketball and women’s lacrosse, female recipient of the Frank O’Hara Award for the outstanding senior athlete; and Kyle Eaton – ice hockey, male recipient of the O’Hara Award.
ment teams (2001, 2003). Flounders was recognized for her contributions as a retreat leader for campus ministry and as a volunteer with an international service project in Ecuador last summer. As a four-year letter-winner on the women’s basketball team, she appeared in 90 career games and finished seventh in 3point field goals made (71) and ninth in 3point field goal percentage (.306) in Lady Royals’ history. She served as team captain this past season and was a three-time member of the Middle Atlantic Conference Academic Honor Roll for winter sports.
THREE NAMED TO VERIZON/DISTRICT II ALL-ACADEMIC TEAMS Three University of Scranton spring sport student-athletes were named to two Verizon District II all-Academic teams. In order to qualify, a student-athlete must be a sophomore, have a cumulative grade point average of 3.2-or-higher and be a key starter or significant reserve. The teams are voted upon by members of the College Sports Information Directors’ of America (CoSIDA). District II comprises the states of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. Seniors Jennifer Miller (Jersey Shore/Jersey Shore) and Shalissa Dougherty (Eynon/Scranton Preparatory) were named first and second-team, respectively, in the sport of softball, while senior Kate Pierangeli was a second-team selection for the at-large team for her role as a member of the women’s lacrosse team. The at-large team honors student-athletes who competed in the sports of bowling, golf, rifle, crew, gymnastics, skiing, water polo, fencing, ice hockey, swimming, field hockey, lacrosse and tennis. Miller, who has been accepted into the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, is a two-time all-Freedom Conference second-team selection (2001, 2004). This past season, she started 22 games and hit .387, with 24 hits, including six doubles, and 12 rbi’s. She started 86 of 89 games during her fouryear career and finished fifth all-time in Scranton history in hitting (.392) and third in doubles (23). Miller earned a place on the 2001 allFreedom Conference second-team after hitting .464, which was 48th in the final NCAA Division III statistics that year, and tied a Royals’ single-game record with five hits in a game against then FDU-Madison on April 21, 2001. Dougherty, who has been accepted into the Villanova University School of Law, started 25 of 26 games this past season and hit .326, with five doubles and two triples, to earn second-team all-Freedom Conference honors for the second consecutive year. For her career, she started 95 of 97 games and finished with a .320 batting average, including 12 doubles, five triples and three home runs among her 93 hits. She also finished her career with 35 rbi’s and a .426 slugging percentage. Pierangeli, whose athletic accomplishments have been mentioned above, earned a degree in communication at the University’s commencement exercises on May 30.
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“The Jews of Scranton” Exhibit Opens At the opening of the “The Jews of Scranton 1840-2000” exhibit, which runs through to August 20 at The University of Scranton’s Hope Horn Gallery in Hyland Hall, are, from left, Joseph Dreisbach, Ph.D., Professor and Dean of the University’s College of Arts and Sciences; Rabbi David Geffen, Ph.D., Temple Israel; Dr. Michael Brown, catalog essayist; Arnine Cumsky Weiss, guest curator; and Darlene Miller-Lanning, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of History and Director of The Hope Horn Galler y. The exhibit is co-sponsored by The Gelb Foundation; the Jewish Community Center of Scranton; the Jewish Federation of Northeastern Pennsylvania; and The University of Scranton’s Hope Horn Gallery, Weinberg Judaic Studies Institute and Friends of the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Library.
The Scranton Record, June 2004
University of Scranton Students Win Summer Research Positions Several University of Scranton students are among the select few in the nation who have won sought-after research positions for this summer. Sophomore neuroscience major Sol De Jesus, Union City, N.J., was one of 32 in the nation to win a competitive summer fellowship in the Center for the Advancement of Hispanics in Science and Engineering's (CAHSEE's) Young Educators Program. The teaching fellowship will involve two weeks of seminars at George Washington University with national leaders, followed by a six week field assignment teaching college level courses to Latino pre-college students in grades 5 through 11. Junior Han Li, Clarks Summit, will work in the prestigious Undergraduate Biomedical Research Apprenticeship Program at Washington University in St. Louis. Ms. Li is a double major in biochemistry and biomathematics. Selected from a national applicant pool, junior environmental science major Julie Custer, Portland, Ore., will be going to Cocodrie, La., to the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium field sta-
tion to do an internship in marine science. Senior biochemistry major Stephanie Yazinski, Moosic, will be part of a proteomics research team at Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio. Junior biology and neuroscience major Kunal Patel, Scranton, will work in the Behavioral Neurochemistry Research Laboratory at The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey. He will work in an ongoing research project of Dr. Andras Hajnal, assistant professor in the Department of Neural and Behavioral Sciences, at Pennsylvania State University. Junior neuroscience major Lindsey Schneider, Gouldsboro, will spend 10 weeks this summer doing research work Penn State’s Huck Institute for Life Sciences. She will work in the Chemistry Department analyzing brain tissue. In addition, senior biology major Tina Marie George, Avoca, has received the University of Scranton’s Steven R. Sawyer Memorial Research Award. This summer she will work with Timothy Cadigan, S.J, associate professor of biology, to survey the diatom diversity of the Lackawanna River.
Students Inducted into Honor Society
One in 1.5 Million: Scranton Student Wins $10,000 Prize in National Sweepstakes Megan Lucas, a nursing student at The University of Scranton, was the winner of Follett Higher Education Group’s “Win A Date With Ted Hamilton” movie sweepstakes. Ms. Lucas received $10,000 as the grand prizewinner. The promotion distributed 1.5 million game cards nationwide. The grand prizewinner was selected from a random drawing of all registrants. Standing from left are Don Drasba, manager of Follett’s book store at the University; Martin Langan, Vice President for Operations, and Ms. Lucas.
Students Land Prestigious Internships Scranton students will hone their skills in communication, business and computer science by working as summer interns at several national and local organizations, including Goldman Sachs, Fox News, Comcast, the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and The Scranton Times/Tribune. The following is a list of students and the companies with which they are interning. Stacy Surman – CNN, Atlanta, Ga.; Victoria Reid – MTV Networks, New York, N.Y.; Michael Ross – Major League Baseball headquarters, New York, N.Y.; Catherine Brescia – NBC Studios; Michael Hill – The Pocono Record and Dow Jones; Will Tayor – Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, N.Y.
Also, Theresa Biolsi – MacKay Shields, New York, N.Y.; Sarah Shenton – Goldman Sachs, New York, N.Y.; Tiffany Fazio – Fox News, New York, N.Y.; Faraz Khan – Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Philadelphia; Steven Cavazzini – Pfizer, Inc., Parsippany, N.J.; Laura Hoban – Comcast CN8, New Castle, Del.; Ryan Tigh – Dateline NBC, New York, N.Y.; Also, Will Campenni – Scranton Today; Kristin Bellino – WYOU TV-22 News; Edward Britton – The Scranton Times/Tribune; Laurie Arnone – McGrail, Merkel, Quinn and Associates; Robert Palidora – Oldies 92; Jaclyn Panarese – Rock 107; James Marsicano – WVIA.
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The Department of Communication recently inducted students into Lambda Pi Eta, the National Communication Honor Society and its own Alpha Epsilon Alpha. Students need a 3.25 cumulative GPA to be eligible for Lambda Pi Eta and 3.5 for Alpha Epsilon Alpha. Pictured at the induction ceremony, held in May, first row, from left: Natalie Finkelstein*, Amy Dwyer, Christine Gaffigan, Stacy Surman, Carrie Stemrich* and Melissa Keklak. Second row, from left: Michael Mandel, Jeffrey Romanecz*, Barbara Tumelty, David Bruno, Anne Kozul*, Nicole Vlachos*, Carolyn Rowe* and Heather Seiple*. Absent are Christen Gruebel*, Cherly Lawson *, Kathleen Harrigan*, Michael Mazzei, Lauren Miller, Chris Reiley, Timothy Grover, Jessica Besack, Leah Ayn Hegstrom, Courtney Baran and Andrea Eilenberger. (* Alpha Epsilon Alpha members) * * * Dated Ma t e rial Please Ru s h* * *
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