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June 2001

PUBLISHED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON

Volume XIII

Number 9

Scranton Fulbright Fellows Break 100 Mark

Nicole Heron, Franklin Square, N.Y.; Carol Gleeson, Bronx, N.Y.; Erin Friel, Cedarville, N.J.; Lisa Biagiotti, Cliffside Park, N.J.; Maria Atzert, Cape May Court House, N.J; and Clifford McMurray, Clarks Summit. "Because these grants are so competitive, it is truly remarkable for an institution of our size to win six Fulbrights in one year," said Susan Trussler, Ph.D., Fulbright Advisor and Associate Professor of Economics/Finance. Approximately 500 colleges and universities nationwide submit applications each year. In 1999-2000, for example, only seven percent of the institutions vying for Fulbright fellowships had six or more winners. These institutions were THE UNIVERSITY WAS READY TO CELEBRATE ITS 100TH predominantly ivy-league FULBRIGHT FELLOW. OUR STUDENTS HAD OTHER IDEAS. schools and large public and private research institutions. Celebrating the University's 105 Fulbright Ms. Heron will spend the Fellows are six 2001 Fulbright Fellows, 2001- 2002 academic year in clockwise from bottom left: Erin Friel, Lisa Finland, where she will examBiagiotti, Carol Gleeson, Maria Atzert, ine the way in which Marx's Clifford McMurray and Nicole Heron. theory of dialectical materialism has affected managerial accounting in The number of Fulbright Fellows from Finland. In May, Ms. Heron earned her the University ­ poised at 99 for the past year ­ broke the 100 mark this month with MBA and received the Outstanding Graduate Award in Business the announcement that six University stuAdministration. She earned her bachelor's dents have received fellowships to pursue degree in accounting, magna cum laude, graduate study and research abroad beginfrom The University of Scranton in 2000. ning in the 2001-2002 academic year. Ms. Gleeson will be studying in the The selection of these students to biology department at the Universidad America's premier international scholarship Nacional de Asunción (UNA) in Paraguay. program brings to 105 the total number of As part of her master's studies at UNA, she University of Scranton students to receive will undertake a research project examining Fulbright or other prestigious international the competitive interactions between three fellowships since 1972. closely related and similar species of bats. "This year, as the number of Fulbright Ms. Gleeson earned her Bachelor of recipients at the University breaks the 100 Science degree, magna cum laude, with a mark, we begin a new chapter of the triple major in Biology, Modern Fulbright story at Scranton," said Language/Spanish and Philosophy. University President Joseph M. McShane, Ms. Friel will be traveling to Germany, S.J. "The University is also justifiably where she will teach English and American proud of its record of Fulbright finalists ­ 140 since 1972 ­ including all seven of our studies in a secondary school. She will also continue research started at Scranton on applicants in 2001." the works of female German writers of The 2001 graduates from the University World War I. Ms. Friel earned her Bachelor accepted to the Fulbright program are of Arts degree, summa cum laude, in English and Modern Language/German and received the Professor Joseph B. Cullather Award for Excellence in English. O'Hara Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 3 Ms. Biagiotti has received a Fulbright Summer Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 4 fellowship for study in Italy, where she will 2001 Graduates . . . . . . . . . . . . pgs. 5 - 9 explore the Italian government's colonial Dean's List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pgs. 7 - 9 policy toward the Muslim elements of the Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 10 empire. Ms. Biagiotti earned her Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, with a triple major in History, Philosophy and Modern Language/Italian. Ms. Atzer t will be teaching English as a second language in a Korean middle school. She will also use her Fulbright experience to learn the Korean language and to continue a comparative study of Eastern and Western philosophy. Ms. Atzert earned a Bachelor of Science degree, cum laude, in International Studies and Philosophy and received the Excellence in International Studies Award. Mr. McMurray has earned a Fulbright fellowship to study financial and management practices of the German space industry. Mr. McMurray earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Wichita State University and his MBA from The University of Scranton in May, when he received the Outstanding Graduate Award in Business Administration.

A Commencement of "Firsts"

Commencement Held at First Union Arena ­ for the First Time

The First Union Arena was at near-capacity seating for the University's undergraduate commencement ceremony on 27 May.

More than 8,000 people filled the First Union Arena at Casey Plaza, Wilkes-Barre, on 27 May to witness the conferring of 879 bachelor's and associate's degrees. It was the 101st undergraduate commencement ceremony of the University ­ and the first to be held at the First Union Arena. The commencement procession entered the arena to the strains of "The Joy," performed by the University Bands and Choirs under the direction of Cheryl Boga. Sister Helen Prejean, C.S.J., the international best-selling author of Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the U.S., gave the principal address. In her remarks, Sister Prejean encouraged members of the graduating class to bring passion to their chosen careers. She reflected on her own calling to help the poor of New Orleans and to work as a spiritual advisor to a death-row inmate, as she encouraged the class of 2001 to practice love and compassion. Sister Prejean received an honorary degree from the University, as did U.S. Ambassador to Argentina James D. Walsh '69 and JoAnne M. Kuehner, founder of Hope for Haiti. Also receiving honorary degrees were Edward R. Leahy, Esq. '68, immediate past chairman of the Board of Trustees of the University; Mary Eagen McDonald, also a past trustee of the University and a dedicated community leader; and, posthumously, Herbert M. McDonald, M.D. '35, a distinguished surgeon. On 26 May, the Byron Center on campus was the setting of the Graduate School Commencement, at which 249 master's degrees were conferred. Martin Marty, Ph.D., one of America's foremost theologians and religious historians, was the principal speaker. Both he and Frank Cimini '39, professor emeritus of modern Foreign Languages, received honorary degrees during the ceremony. Dr. Marty told the audience that "The University of Scranton experience has been about the intention to fulfill, nourish, enhance and bring to completion all life. It has taught you what Pascal knew: `It is not certain that everything is uncertain.' It is certain that, insofar as college can do so, it has helped you be prepared for contingencies." For additional Commencement coverage and a list of 2001 graduates, see pages 5 - 7.

In this Issue

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The Scranton Record, June 2001

Scranton Sophomore A resident of Moscow, Mr. Carter Leslie J. (Les) Carter is is a member of the Special Jesuit one of just 50 students Liberal Arts (SJLA) Program and nationwide to be selectHonors Program, a work-study stued for a Federal dent in the College of Arts and Statistical System Junior Sciences Advising Center, a peer Fellow for the Joint tutor for the Learning Resource Program in Survey Center, a member of the University's Methodology (JPSM). baseball team and a participant in Mr. Carter is completing the University Bands and Singers. his summer internship He is also one of only 38 students in Leslie J. (Les) Carter at the Bureau of Labor Pennsylvania to become a member of Statistics in Washington, D.C. the Brain Gain team recently appointed by Mr. Carter was chosen as a JPSM Governor Tom Ridge to coordinate efforts Fellow by a national selection board of from Pennsylvania schools seeking to keep faculty from universities across the councollege graduates in the state. try. He joins a group of talented students who have a strong interest in the quantitative study of social and economic phenomena and who are assembling strong undergraduate academic records. During his internship, the mathematics major and computer sciences minor from the The University's Small Business University will work with staff members at Development Center is seeking nominations the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which collects of local businesswomen for its annual Award information about a variety of labor issues, for Woman Entrepreneur and Woman of including consumer prices, inflation, unemMerit awards. ployment statistics, salaries and worker safety. Qualifications for the awards include 51 After compiling statistical data, the percent ownership of a legal business for the Bureau assembles the information into a forpast three years in one or more of the followmat that is easily understood and readily ing counties: Bradford, Bucks, Carbon, available to the public, explained Mr. Carter. Columbia, Lackawanna, Lehigh, Luzerne, For his own part in this process, Mr. Carter's Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Pike, internship is likely to involve the review of Schuylkill, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, surveys, the analysis of results and the develWayne and Wyoming. Women can nomiopment of Web-related resources. nate themselves or be nominated by others. The winners will be announced at a luncheon on 9 October. Nomination packets may be obtained by calling (570) 941-7588 or 1-800-829-7232. The nomination deadline is 31 July.

Sophomore Selected for DEP Grant Supports Statistical System Junior Fellow Collaborative Initiative

Students at Scranton Preparatory School will soon have access to the latest technologies and techniques in molecular research through a collaborative program with the University that was outlined on 1 June at Prep. U.S. Rep. Don Sherwood announced a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to support the creation of the Initiative of Excellence in Science and Technology at Scranton Preparatory School and The University of Scranton. Initial plans for the program were developed under the auspices of U.S. Rep. Joseph M. McDade, who also attended the announcement of the program. The initiative will seek to advance the development of science and technology curriculum in high schools, to foster collaboration in molecular research between faculty at Scranton Preparatory School and researchers in the University's Institute for Molecular Biology and Medicine (IMBM), and to prepare students at Scranton Prep for careers in science and technology. "I am grateful for the support that we were able to secure from the Department of Energy for an initiative that will prepare our region's young people to pursue careers in the sciences," said Congressman Sherwood. "In addition, the relationship that the grant will foster between Scranton Prep and The University of Scranton will serve as a model for collaboration between high schools and higher education." "We are deeply grateful to Congressman Sherwood and his predecessor Congressman Joseph McDade for their help in securing a grant that will benefit both our students and faculty," said Herbert Keller, S.J., President of Scranton Preparatory School. "In addition, we look forward to the opportunity to broaden our already strong ties to our sister Jesuit institution, The University of Scranton." The grant will support the following: · the creation of two technology-rich laboratories at Scranton Prep equipped with 64 computer workstations; · the establishment of an annual one-week summer internship at the IMBM through which six students and two faculty members from Prep will be able to study theories and laboratory techniques associated with molecular sciences; · a review of the science curriculum at Prep to identify ways to incorporate teaching techniques related to molecular science; and · the purchase of state-of-the-art equipment to support molecular experiments in Prep's science labs.

Nominations Sought for Woman Entrepreneur Awards

Scottoline to Receive Distinguished Author Award

Best-selling author Lisa Scottoline will receive the 2001 Distinguished Author Award from the Friends of the Weinberg Memorial Library at The University of Scranton. The award will be given at a "Meet the Author" reception on 15 September. A book-signing is also planned. The author of eight critically acclaimed thrillers, Ms. Scottoline's books include The New York Times best sellers Moment of Truth and Mistaken Identity. With a writing style described by USA Today as "sharp, intelligent, funny, and hip," Ms. Scottoline's novels draw on her experience as a trial lawyer in one of Philadelphia's largest corporate firms as well as her judicial clerkships in the state and federal justice systems. A magna cum laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor's degree in English, Ms. Scottoline also graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania's law school in 1981. She worked as a litigator at the prestigious law firm of Dechert, Price and Rhoads in Philadelphia and for a federal appellate judge. With the birth of her baby, she retired from law to raise her daughter. She began writing while her infant slept, basing her first novel on her experiences as a lawyer. After three years, she completed her first novel Everywhere That Mary Went. In 1994, the Mystery Writers of America nominated Everywhere That Mary Went for the Edgar Award, the premiere award in suspense fiction. Her second novel, Final Appeal, won the Edgar Award the following year. For additional information about the "Meet the Author" Reception, call (570) 941-7816.

THE SCRANTON RECORD is published on the first Tuesday of each month b y The University of Scranton

Editorial Offices: O'Hara Hall The University of Scranton Scranton, PA 18510-4615 (570) 941-7669 Editor: Valarie J. Wolff Contributing Editor: William B. Hill, S.J. Contributing Writer: Stan M. Zygmunt Sports Writer: Kevin F. Southard Graphic Designer: Francene M. Liples Photography: Terry Connors, PaulaLynn Connors-Fauls, Terry Wild, Peter Howard Contributing Student Writer: Bridget Valente '01 Special thanks to: Rosemary K. Lavelle The University of Scranton Joseph M. McShane, S.J., President Robert J. Sylvester, Vice President for Institutional Advancement Gerald C. Zaboski, Director of Public Relations & Publications

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Four Named McGowan Scholars

Msgr. Andrew J. McGowan congratulates four University of Scranton students who were awarded full-tuition scholarships for their senior year through the William G. McGowan Scholars Program. Named for Msgr. McGowan's brother, the late William G. McGowan, founder of MCI Communications Corporation, the program benefits outstanding students who plan to enter the field of business. From left are Kania School of Management Associate Dean Ralph Grambo, Ph.D.; Msgr. McGowan; 2000/2001 McGowan Scholarship recipients Jeffrey Bharkhda, Peckville, and Courtney Merring, Lake Ariel; 2001/2002 McGowan Scholarship recipients Ian P. Walsh, Fairfield, Conn., and Sonia Ayudiah, Scranton; and University President Joseph M. McShane, S.J.

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O'Hara Awards Presented at Alumni Reunion Weekend

About 500 alumni returned to campus for Alumni Reunion Weekend, 8 -10 June. The event included a variety of activities across campus, including the presentation of eight Frank J. O'Hara Awards. The O'Hara Awards, named for the late administrator who served The University of Scranton for 53 years, recognize alumni and others who have achieved distinction in their professions or personal endeavors. The O'Hara Award is the highest honor bestowed jointly by the University and its Alumni Society. This year's award recipients are Jean-Paul Bonnet, D.O, Sparta, N.J.; Melissa Conway, Ph.D., Moreno Valley, Ca.; James C. Doyle, Alexandria, Va.; Edward J. Hayes, Los Altos Hills, Ca.; Edward G. Lakatta, M.D., Bel Air, Md.; Karen L. Pennington, Ph.D., Upper Montclair, N.J.; Frank C. Sabatino, Esq., Voorhees, N.J.; and Joseph Mesko, Dunmore. Dr. Bonnet '76 received the award for community service. He is a physician of osteopathic medicine with a practice based in northern New Jersey. He founded the International Modular Medical Educational Delivery Systems, a non-profit organization that develops modular medical clinics that provide direct medical services to the disadvantaged of Haiti and sub-Saharan Africa. Dr. Conway '76 received the award for arts and letters. She is head of Special Collections at the University of California, Riverside, and professor of Historical Bibliography at the University of California, Los Angeles. She previously held posts at the National Gallery of Art, the Library of Congress and other nationally recognized arts organizations. Mr. Doyle '66 received the award for university service. He was named to the University's Board of Trustees in 1985. He has served as a volunteer leader for two capital campaigns, is past President and Secretary of the University's Alumni Society and a current member of the Board of Regents. Mr. Doyle is Vice President, Investments, with the Washington, D.C., office of Advest, a regional financial services firm. Mr. Hayes '61 received the award for science and technology. He is Chief Executive Officer and President of RivalWatch, Inc., a software application start-up in the Silicon Valley. For the past 35 years, Mr. Hayes has held senior executive positions with technology-based companies, including Hewlett Packard and Solectron Corporation. In the early years of his career, he worked for NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Dr. Lakatta '66 received the award for medicine. He is director of the Laboratory of Cardiovascular Science, the National Institute on Aging, at the National Institutes of Health. He also holds adjunct appointments as professor in the Department of Physiology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, and professor in the Cardiology Division at John Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Pennington '76 received the award for education. Her career in higher education spans six institutions in four states. She is currently Vice President for Student Development at Montclair State University in Upper Montclair, N.J. Dr. Pennington was recently appointed by the U.S. Department of Education to serve a threeyear term as a member of the Review Group of the Higher Education Center for Alcohol, Drugs and Violence Prevention. Mr. Sabatino '76 received the award for law. Mr. Sabatino's practice includes legal counsel related to labor law and employee benefits. He is a regular speaker at conferences sponsored by the International Foundation of Employee Benefits and has lectured at the Comey Institute of Industrial Relations at St. Joseph's University since 1984. He has also endowed the Charles V. Sabatino Sr. Scholarship at the University. Mr. Mesko '56 received the award for management. During his college career at the University, Mr. Mesko began operating Mesko Glass. In the 52 years that followed, he and his wife, Barbara, turned the family business into a major regional operation. In 1986, Mr. Mesko distinguished himself as "Small Business Man of the Year for Lackawanna County and Pennsylvania."

2001 O'Hara Award Recipients are congratulated by representatives of the University and its Alumni Society. Front row, from left: Frank Sabatino, Esq., Joseph Mesko, Melissa Conway, Ph.D., Karen Pennington, Ph.D., and University President Joseph M. McShane, S.J. Second row, from left: Edward Hayes, Edward Lakatta, M.D., Jean-Paul Bonnet, D.O., and James Doyle. Back row, from left: Robert Sylvester, Vice President for Institutional Advancement, and Thomas Davis, President of the Alumni Society.

Communication Students Participate in NSAC Competition

By Bridget Valente '01

What do you know about DaimlerChrysler? This was the question that Communication majors were asked to answer as they made their first appearance at the American Advertising Federation's National Student Advertising Competition. Fifteen students from the University traveled to the World Trade Center in New York City, 27 and 28 April to make their debut for the District Two round of the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC). The American Advertising Federation (AAF) holds this national competition to give students an opportunity to create and present a campaign to a real-life client. Each year the competition is sponsored by a different corporation, which provides all schools with the same case study. The DaimlerChrysler Corporation, a global automotive manufacturer, sponsored this year's event. The assignment was given to 30 students enrolled in the University's Advertising Practicum class at the beginning of the spring semester. Students were responsible for organizing themselves into groups to begin research on the global corporation. Aside from research, each group was responsible for additional input to the campaign. The teams designed imaginative and original public relations and promotional events to coincide with the class's new tag line for DaimlerChrysler. Class members also selected appropriate media outlets, such as magazines, newspapers, television and the Internet for their campaign. All plans were required to adhere to the allotted budget from the DaimlerChrysler Corporation. The competition required participating schools to submit 40-page plans books detailing the final campaign to their respective district coordinator and to the AAF headquarters in Washington, D.C. The team was also required to prepare a 20-minute presentation to summarize the final campaign. The presentation team consisted of five students selected from the University's advertising class. This year's presenters were Geoffrey Celis '02 , Staten Island, N.Y.; Erin McGreevy '02 , Hazlet, N.J.; Henry Rydecki '02 , Trumbull, Conn.; Marshall Smith '02 , Steep Falls, Maine; and Bridget Valente '01 , Wallingford. The team was led by faculty advisor, Paula Rochon. Ms. Rochon, editor of Happenings Magazine, is an adjunct faculty member in the Communication Department. The University's team competed with 18 other colleges and universities for a chance to go to the national round of the competition which was held 11 June in Cleveland, Ohio. Participating colleges included Ithaca College, Penn State, Georgetown University, Loyola College, Marist College, Hofstra University and Baruch College.

President's Metropolitan Business Council Meets

The newly formed President's Metropolitan Business Council held its first event in New York City on 30 May. The guest speaker was Gerard Roche '53, Senior Chairman of Heidrick & Struggles. Pictured here, from left are: Council Vice Chairs Mary Beth Farrell '79 and John D. Dionne '86, University President Joseph M. McShane, S.J. and Council President Christopher M. "Kip" Condron '70.

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Campus Doesn't Close Down During Summer

Conferences, youth programs and personal enrichment classes, as well as for-credit courses offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level, will continue throughout the summer at the University. Sessions will range from personal enrichment and computer training classes to programs for elementary-age children and elderhostel classes for senior citizens. "The campus does not close down during the summer," said Shirley Adams, Ph.D., Dean of Dexter Hanley College at the University. "As many of our students return to their homes, students who attend other institutions return to this area. Many will take classes at the University." To date, 893 students from 19 universities have registered to take courses at the University this summer. The University will also offer six Webbased classes during the summer. "The Internet classes will give our resident students a chance to return home for the summer and still take a class at The University of Scranton," said Dean Adams. On-line classes offered are Principles of Management, Micro Human Resources, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Computer Literacy, Women's Health and Health Writing for Publication. In addition, over the summer, the University will offer arts-based enrichment

Center Provides Forum for Discussion of Ethics Issues

One year after its formation, the Center for Ethics Studies at the University has become a forum in which the central questions of human life and community have been discussed and debated. The Center was established in March 2000 through a grant from the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute (NRCI) as part of the institute's ongoing educational programs on contemporary medicine and its moral implications. The five-year funding provided by NRCI is part of a larger grant from the U.S. Department of Energy. "The mapping of the human genome has raised serious concerns regarding the legal, ethical and social implications of genetic links to cancer," said NRCI President Susan S. Belin. "We at NRCI are pleased to have the opportunity to partner with the Center for Ethics Studies to address the ramifications of those issues for people in our community." During its first year, the Center concentrated its efforts in three related areas. First, the Center worked to open a public forum in which the sustaining institutions of community life such as church, university, medicine or the law can publicly consider their relation with one another and to the larger common good. To this end, a distinguished public lecture series has brought Internationally known scholars and ethnicians to campus. These individuals have been invited to deliver public lectures at dinners with University and community leaders. Martin Marty, Ph.D., distinguished American Church historian, inaugurated the series in March 2000 with a lecture entitled "Being Catholic and Being `catholic': Ethics in a Pluralist Society." This March, Jean Bethke Elshtain, political ethicist and feminist, spoke on the topic "Rules of Engagement: When Christians Engage the Public Realm." Second, the Center encourages dialogue within the University community about moral matters, as well as the multi-disciplinary inquiry concerning broadly human concerns. The Center has facilitated ongoing faculty discussions or reading groups that provide an opportunity for the exchange of ideas. Janice Voltzow, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, presented a lecture on the relationship among science, genetics and ethics. Fr. Emmanuel Katongole, former Assistant Professor of Theology at Scranton and current Assistant Professor of Theology, Duke University, delivered a lecture on African history, violence and the legacy of Idi Amin. Third, the Center has worked to promote scholarly reflection and exchange about ethics-related issues, including ethics and genetics, and ethics and technology. A national conference was held on campus in April, drawing ten eminent scholars from around the country to discuss "Genetic Engineering and the Future of Human Nature." Looking ahead, the Center for Ethics Studies hopes to continue its activities in all three program areas. Among the activities planned are a second conference on genetic engineering, a third distinguished public lecturer, a fall forum for community lawyers on the good practice of law and various other on-campus lectures and discussions.

Martyrs' Grove Dedicated

programs tailored to students in 6th At an 11 May ceremony, 20 students through 12th grades. Programs include were inducted into the Beta Gamma "Creative Me" for 4th, 5th, and 6th grade Sigma Honor Society, the only business students; Time Travelers for high-achieving honor society recognized by AACSB 6th through 8th grade students; Nurse International. The following students Camp for 6th through 8th grade students; were invited to membership in this presArts Alive for 9th through 12th grades stutigious organization for 2001. dents; and the High School Scholars Program, which allows sophomore and 2001 MBA Students junior high school students with a B+ or Alan Berardi better grade-point average to take collegeVahan Davtyan level courses. The National Youth Sports David J. Hambright program will also run at the University Clifford R. McMurray from 18 June to 20 July. Lusine S. Mirzakhanyan The University's Center for Continuing Charles L. Prothero Education will also offer numerous Dyuti Trivedi computer-training and computer-certificate 2001 Graduating S eniors programs, as well as other professional develRonald Madden, Jr. opment programs over the summer months. Margaret Strohm In addition, the University will host 32 Lauren Antinore conferences during the summer including Kathryn M. McLaughlin the Victim Assistance Academy from 24 2001 Juniors 29 June; The Diocese of Scranton Youth Ryan M. Surace Rally on 31 July; the Catholic Charismatics Gretchen Fritz Conference from 3 - 5 August; and the Sonia Ayudiah National Railroad Historical Society on 18 Nicole T. Golla August. Douglas A. Yazinski Orientation sessions for incoming stuMegan Healey dents and their parents will be held on 27 Rachel L. Bott and 28 June; 7 and 8 July; 11 and 12 July; Erich G. Schauer and 14 and 15 July. Mary J. Durkin The registration deadline for the summer sessions varies according to start-date. Undergraduate and graduate courses will Congratulations, Women's meet two or three times per week. The classes Business Honor Society will be offered during three class sessions: from 30 May to 29 June; from 28 June to 27 Graduates! July; or from 9 July through 8 August. The following is a list of graduating Continuing education classes and youth sum- seniors who are members of Omega Beta mer programs have separate time schedules. Sigma, the Women's Business Honor For additional information, visit Society at The University of Scranton. www.scranton.edu/summer or phone tollDeborah J. Gougeon, Ph.D., is moderator. free at 1-877-316-8028. Individual departDoreen Grzelak Meeghan Rusk ments may be reached at 941-7580 for Kathleen Toolan Kelly Lewczuk undergraduate programs, 941-7600 for Johanna Gombach graduate programs, or 941-7582 for contin- Kim N. Fahrenfeld Nicole Trolio Robin Preiato uing education programs and conferences. Laura Charles Christine Hall Jody Ann Miktus Michelle Balut Danielle Radano Christy Robeson Courtney Merring Lisa Stefanchik Joan P. McDonald Myriah Mancini Colleen Nattrass Sarah Gazdalski Sarah A. Bidnick Kristi Zillito Kristina Zadrozny Nicole Bayman Christina Harchar Kristina Walsh Agnes Wegielska Kristin Everitt Mari-Christina Marjori A Mathelus Quinn

20 Inducted into Business Honor Society

Omissions from The Record

The May issue of The Scranton Record contained a list of graduating students inducted into Honor Societies at the University. Missing from the list of names of the Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society was Tara Garner. The April issue of The Scranton Record contained a story about students inducted to the Freshman Honor Society. Missing from this list was Ellen Driscoll. Our apologies to Ms. Garner, Ms. Driscoll and their families for these omissions.

Brendan G. Lally, S.J., Rector of the Jesuit Community at Scranton, speaks at a 6 May ceremony marking the dedication of Martyrs' Grove in front of Campion Hall on campus. Martyrs' Grove commemorates the lives of six Jesuits, their housekeeper and their housekeeper's daughter, who were murdered at the University of Central America, the Jesuit University in El Salvador, in 1989.

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C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S

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Carrie E. Adams Jamie J. Adamski Kathleen A. Agor Melissa A. Aleksak Jeneen A. Allen Kelly M. Allison Windy R. Allman Joseph F. Alloy Alicia M. Alonso Lauren N. Altieri Nicole M. Amato Matthew C. Anderson Krista M. Annucci Nicole M. April Tina M. Aquilina John M. Aspromonte Sharad Asthana Maria R. Atzert Max J. Augustin Meagan K. Auser Jennifer M. Avallone Isabelita Aviso Ronald J. Babcock Emily M. Bacchiocchi Beth A. Bach Jessica A. Bach David P. Bailey Michael G. Baldino Amy E. Ballengee Michelle L. Balut Adriana M. Bio Michael Ross C. Biscocho Christopher J. Blasi Daniel Bocan John C. Bolinger Joseph D. Bonnette Matthew L. Borella Michael D. Bourke Christian J. Bouselli Nicole L. Bove Brian S. Boyanowski Christine E. Boyle Karen M. Bozym Maureen Brady Nicole M. Brady Amy R. Bragg Keri L. Breen Peter J. Breglio Lauren M. Brehm Elizabeth A. Brennan Jessica A. Breslin Marjorie R. BrewsterMullin Kara A. Brezinski James J. Britz Amy E. Broghammer Jeanne M. Brolan Colleen C. Brophy Henry W. Brown Michelle Cespon Stephen F. Chaklos Pin Pin Chan Laura A. Charles Elissa M. Chessari Suzanne M. Chiaffitella Jennifer A. Chirdo Corey B. Chmil Kelly R. Christakos Nicole M. Chrzan Min H. Chu Michelle Ciaglia Zachary A. Cirone Kristen D. Clark Sean M. Clark Denise M. Cleary Jacqueline T. Close Elizabeth S. Cochran Sarah G. Coleman Mary P. Collura Thomas P. Comerford Martha Conceicao Stephen M. Condon Robert J. Conlon Shaun Connell Amy C. Connolly Norah K. Connolly Louis J. Conoshenti David A. Cook Maria G. CordeiroIwabuchi Patricia E. Corieri Emily M. Corless

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Twenty-five students were honored at a Nursing Pinning Ceremony in the Royal Theater of the McDade Center for Literary and Performing Arts.

Julie M. Balzano Nikki Banfield Joseph R. Bania Marykatharine Barbalace Kenneth Barhight Michael C. Barone Kellie A. Barrett Daniel Barrio Michael L. Bartiromo Jason T. Bartlett Lauren M. Barton Caroline A. Bates Nicole A. Bayman Jill A. Beckish Danielle C. Beckmann Jason P. Beecher Kerris A. Bellino Becky D. Bennett Robert E. Benson Kyle M. Bernhard Lisa A. Berres Carmelo Berrios Melissa A. Bevacqua Jeffrey Bharkhda Lisa M. Biagiotti Mark S. Bialek Christina M. Bianco Sarah A. Bidnick Katherine M. Biersbach Susan Brzenski Matthew S. Buchanan Brett E. Buckridge Christopher A. Budano Michael E. Burdyn Jessica L. Burke Michelle L. Burke Matthew J. Burruano Stephanie A. Buscaglia Tracie A. Butchko Christina A. Byers Christopher T. Caines Meredith A. Callaghan John M. Callea Andrea M. Campbell Kimberly A. Cannatella Allison M. Capitano Nicholas C. Capobianco Vincent Caporusso Kathleen M. Carden Gregory M. Cardew Thomas M. Cariello Melissa A. Carmody Michael P. Carone Justin G. Carraro Thomas J. Carroll Maureen G. Cassidy Raymond C. Casteline Julie R. Catino Jodie A. Corradino Jessica M. Correia Kimberly D. Corry Heather K. Cortese Margaret M. Cosgrove Joy M. Coss Brian C. Costello Ryan T. Cote Cheryl A. Cotterall Kelly A. Coughlan Kevin J. Courtney Timothy Cozart Melissa M. Craig Nancilee Craige Christine K. Crawford Michelle K. Crean Jocelyn Cron Scott A. Cronin Katherine B. Crowley Matthew G. Crowley John P. Cucci Brendan J. Curry Carla M. Daley Jennifer M. Daley Keith F. Daly Christopher L. Damiano Kevin C. Darcy Robert A. Davis Denise H. de Mello

Deven M. DeBari John M. Delisio Melissa Dellacona Caitlin M. DellaValle Brandon F. DeMarco Jason P. DeMatteo Kelly A. Dempsey Joseph L. DeNaples Danielle M. DePasquale Danielle K. DeRogatis Truc T. DeSa Shauna M. Desai Tara T. Dever Noreen E. Devine Michael A. DiBartolo Lawrence W. Dick Jessica A. Dickson Eugene J. Dirks Megan E. Diskin Mary Grace L. Dolores Mayra I. Dominguez John T. Donnelly James M. Donohue Patrick R. Donohue Colleen P. Dorney Joseph Dorohovech Brian R. Dougher Bernadette M. Dowhy Samantha J. Doyle Allison L. Dunham Kristen V. Dunne James A. Dupay Roseanne Dyer Michele E. Eckert Robert A. Edgerton Mark T. Edkin Daniel Edwards Thomas H. Ehrlein Jaime L. Eilbacher Annelise R. Eramo Gina Errico Susan E. Estrella Eric M. Evans Kyle M. Evans Kristin L. Everitt Katy S. Everson Amanda E. Ewing Jill D. Faber Kim N. Fahrenfeld Brooke E. Fahringer Jessica A. Falk Elizabeth C. Fallon Timothy M. Fallon David A. Farda Barton K. Farrell Sean P. Farrell Thomas J. Farrell Lauren M. Fazio Maria Fazio Silvana Fazio Maureen L. Fegley Aaron N. Fekete Gina M. Felice William M. Fells Joseph Fent Rebekah M. Ferguson

Danielle M. Ferraro Ryan C. Fielding Sonia C. Finamore Todd D. Fiore Cheryl A. Fischer John C. Fitz Dawn M. Fitzgerald Keith J. Fitzgerald John W. Fleischman Kevin J. Flood Erika M. Foley Carolyn M. Fontaine Matthew C. Forrest Cynthia E. Foust Jill M. Franceski Jedediah M. Frey Erin K. Friel Melissa A. Fries Nancy E. Frikert Susan M. Froelich Adam P. Fromm Amanda M. Fulginiti Kathryn M. Fullmer Marco Funiciello Adrienne L. Furino Jennifer M. Gagliardi Massimiliano Gallinoni Camilla Galvin Tina M. Gambale Meghan E. Garvey Kevin R. Gaughenbaugh Cara E. Gavern Teri Anne Gavin Marcy A. Gaylord Jeremy D. Gaynor Sarah E. Gazdalski Laura A. Geiger Meghan L. Geniton Jacob M. Gilboy Meghan E. Gildea Elizabeth M. Gillin Susan E. Girellini Brian J. Giulian Tessa V. Glatz Carol A. Gleeson Bryan T. Glynn Olivera Gojkovic Marcia A. Golub Johanna E. Gombach Sean J. Gorton Nancy M. Gownley Shara J. Grasso Brian L. Graves Alison M. Gray Duane A. Gray Celeste S. Gregory Julie A. Grenot Keith M. Gressell Frank N. Grisafi Elizabeth A. Groves Doreen M. Grzelak Lauren M. Hachey Christine M. Hall Patrick J. Hamm Adrienne L. Hamson Brian M. Hanley

Michael J. Hanley Christina A. Harchar Andrew J. Hardisky Amyanne E. Harney Nathan S. Harris Thomas M. Hartman Mary Jo Hasaka Adam C. Hawk Heather M. Hawley Eileen E. Hayes Brian P. Healey Brian C. Healy Kimberly G. Heckman Kevin S. Heffernan Matthew J. Helmke Meghan A. Hennessey Kristin M. Hennessy Elizabeth C. Henschel Gustav C. Hertz Clarise A. Hesser Lisa A. Hirth Erin M. Hoban Kenneth C. Hodel Richard M. Hoffman Christie L. Hofmann Quiana K. Holmes Sarah M. Holsey Suzanne M. Homza Norman Honeywell Meghan N. Hooley James D. Houlihan John J. Houlihan Lisa A. Howard Jason E. Howe Thomas W. Hoy Thomas W. Hughes Justin C. Hull Michal Husek Zoe M. Hutchinson Joseph R. Iannuzzo Susan E. Ingraffea Albert J. Insogna Lauren C. Jannelli Christopher J. Janousek Douglas L. Jansen Joseph T. Jerla Christine M. Johnson Daniel P. Johnson Jennifer L. Johnson Kimberly A. Johnson James F. Johnston Kristin M. Joly Jennifer M. Jones Lisa A. Jones Todd M. Jones Peter P. Kacer Meridith A. Kaiser Merissa E. Kaminski Frank J. Kane Sarah A. Kane Ryan J. Kanewski Joseph M. Kaplan Stacy M. Kaps Theodore S. Karampilas James M. Karlinsey Christina M. Karp

Real World Ready: Graduates enter the Arena ­ and the world of their chosen careers.

Mark J. Katarsky Aaman R. Katohora Patricia E. Kearney Erin L. Keating Christine M. Keaveney Shannon M. Keeler Todd R. Kelleher Sam W. Keller Stephen J. Kelly Andrea K. Kemps Margaret A. Kenyon Maureen P. Kiley Erin K. Kilker Amy E. King Robert A. King Jerzie Ann M. Kissel Emily A. Kitson Cheryl L. Kizelevicus Michael P. Klauder David B. Kloetzer Justin C. Knowles Michael F. Kolmar Kara A. Kopach Melissa A. Kopp Michelle A. Kotz Michael J. Kowalski Kevin J. Kozel Theresa A. Kraker Amanda L. Krause Paul Krebs Jesse A. Krempasky Maureen P. Krenn Patrick S. Kretz Rebecca F. Kubert Jacki F. Kubiak Michelle A. Kuchak Cheryl A. Kuestner Michael J. Kukla Stephanie D. Kuntz Teresa M. Kurz Jaime M. Kutch Ann M. Kutney Joseph P. Labukas Brian D. LaBuono Daniel J. Laffey

Outstanding students in each of the University's undergraduate colleges were recognized during Class Night.

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Ricardo W. Urbina Jaclyn A. Vaccaro Bridget K. Valente Stephanie Valente Kristen E. Van Kleef Deanna E. VanCott Thomas C. Venditti John F. Venus Nancy Vigorita Michelle G. Villani Matthew P. Vitale Anne C. Vitkovsky Christopher R. Vlachos Jennifer L. Vogt Elizabeth A. Waldron Aimie R. Walker Carol L. Walker Chad P. Walker Janeen Walker Michael R. Walker Erin M. Walsh Kristina L. Walsh Michael P. Walsh Wendy M. Waltz Janet C. Washo Michelle A. Wasley Corinne M. Waters Mark W. Weber Agnieszka Wegielska Michelle E. Weiner

"All the gifts you were given, all the courses, all the things you learned, sit like little seeds inside of you and the spirit of God will bring it to bear when your boat hits the current of the people in this world that you were called to care for." -- Sister Helen Prejean, C.S.J.

Brett M. LaFrance Nicole Lala Janine M. Lamonica Courtney W. Lancia Rosalie C. Langendijk Samuel K. Lanwi Charles Lare Rachel B. Laskowski Melissa A. Lasota Jennifer L. Lasouska Michael R. Lattanzio Megan M. Lau Nicholas P. Lazor Uyen D. Le Gary C. Lee Michael W. Lembo Carrie Lesher Joseph J. Lesinski Kelly C. Lewczuk Nicholas M. Liberatore Shira L. Lipperini Jennifer A. Lively Valerie A. Lobb Melissa A. Lodato Jaclyn N. Loew Melissa Logan Lucrezia E. LoGiudice Andrea M. Lombardi Andrew L. Lombardo Noelle M. Lopez Claire M. Lorenz Paul J. LoSapio Michael P. Loughney Jesse L. Lubkiewicz Andrew P. Lund Lauren M. Lutz Rosamaria Luvera Christine E. Lynch Mary M. Lynch Maureen E. Lynch John P. Macatangay Michael H. MacDonald Colleen A. Madison Lauren M. Mados Michael J. Maggi Jean J. Magnotta Kimberly A. Maguschak Matthew Mahon Paul J. Mailen Kristine L. Mallas Krista M. Mancini Myriah B. Mancini Eileen M. Mangan Melissa E. Manganaro John C. Manko Laura E. Mariani Peter C. Maroon Joseph M. Marro Erica L. Marsek Michael D. Marshall Christopher M. Martarano Dee-Ann Martell Ryan J. Martin Pasquale N. Mascaro Amelia F. Maslar George A. Maslennikov Michael J. Massaro Robert I. Masten Stacy A. Masters Anthony J. Maszeroski Lauren Matera Marjorie A. Mathelus Ryan D. Matlosz Melissa A. Matthews Karen D. Matty Amy M. Maybock Christopher P. McAndrew Melissa A. McAndrew Sarah V. McAndrew Thomas R. McAteer Melissa A. McCaffrey Michael S. McCalla Nicholas F. McCann Angela D. McCarthy Timothy J. McCarthy Christopher P. McCauley Jamie A. McCleary Daniel A. McCormick Kevin J. McCormick Megan E. McCourt Sara E. McCrea Caroline E. McDaniels Ryan M. McDevitt Joan P. McDonald Christopher J. McDyer Kristin J. McElligott Kelly A. McEntee Matthew R. McGuigan Charles J. McHale Michele McHale Kerri J. McIlroy Shannan C. McKeever Cynthia A. McKenna Timothy J. McMynne Catherine A. McNulty Deanne B. McPherson Courtney M. McShane Ronald F. Mead Patricia A. Mecadon Erin K. Mecca Stephanie A. Medina Ryan A. Medinger Michelle L. Mehaffey Michael J. Meila Timothy V. Menta Michael J. Merrilees Courtney K. Merring Diane M. Messina Suzanne M. Messina David S. Michnewicz Richard C. Mikolitch Jody A. Miktus Brett M. Miller Brian Miller Charles R. Miller Jennifer R. Miller Kristin A. Miller Lindsay Miller Stacy L. Minelli Mark A. Mingos Peter V. Mirabito Peter N. Miros Kristina L. Moir Judy A. Molewski Stephen M. Molitoris Kate I. Monaghan Christine M. Moore Sean T. Moore Teresa G. Moore Colleen A. Moors Colleen T. Moran Kevin P. Moran Patrick J. Morgan Thomas J. Moroney Thomas M. Morrissey Anne M. Mory Elizabeth A. Moylan Peter R. Moylan Timothy J. Muenkel Michael D. Mufferi Lori A. Muller Marissa B. Munsch Frank J. Muraca Katherine L. Murman Brendan M. Murphy Brian F. Murphy Thomas M. Murray Mark N. Murtaugh Maria Mussari Anthony C. Musumeci Jason S. Nacinovich

Timothy R. Nastro Colleen M. Nattrass Richard M. Naughton Susan C. Neath Melissa A. Nebzydoski Allison M. Newbauer Marissa J. Nichols Anninha D. Nonnenmacher Patrick V. Norton Amy R. Notwick Dennis N. Nutini Matthew C. O'Boyle Meghan E. O'Brien Timothy S. O'Connor Aileen M. O'Donnell Patricia O'Donovan Jacqueline K. Oliphant Mari J. Olshefski Dina K. Olympia Megan A. O'Neill Melanie Opalka Kimberly A. Orak Kevin O'Regan Brian F. O'Rourke Matthew T. Orrino Lauren M. Orsetti Philip J. Oslin Damon J. Ott Corin T. Otten Marlene S. Pacheco Mark A. Pane James J. Panos Steve P. Panza Kelly E. Parent Christopher V. Parente Adam Y. Park Megan M. Parsons Mark A. Pascoe Christopher J. Paskewich Leeta Patel Pratixa A. Patel Jessica A. Patterson Donald P. Peach Edward J. Pearce Jennifer A. Pelkowski Brian C. Perkowski Jillian T. Perrius Nicole E. Perry Christine A. Peterman Patricia E. Petillo Ronald P. Pierce Samuk Pimanping John J. Pinsl Kelly A. Pippet Diane M. Pisan Jenna M. Pizzo

The moment ­ and the degree ­ they've been waiting for.

Jane A. Plati Stephanie T. Polinsky Jeremy J. Pollard Kimberly L. Pollock Jennifer A. Portice Daniel A. Potts Erin K. Powers Robin M. Preiato Michael P. Priga Nicholas D. Pronko Jennifer A. Prorock Lori A. Pugh Allegra C. Quagliariello Joseph S. Quales Damon P. Querimit Keith E. Quinn Mari-Christina Quinn Jennifer A. Quinones Lauren C. Quirk Sally-Ann M. Quiterio Jennifer L. Raban Deana M. Rackley Alyson J. Radano Danielle L. Radano Amanda M. Raddin Nicole A. Radomski Aileen E. Rafter Christy-Ann Raguso Raul A. Ramirez Rebecca N. Rampolla Melissa K. Ravera Katie A. Regan Marcia M. Reidy Melissa L. Reilly Jason A. Remick Frank S. Renda Michael F. Reno Katherine E. Reynolds Kerry A. Rice Mary T. Rice Carla M. Riggi Elizabeth M. Roberts Kathryn M. Roberts Patricia A. RobertsFonseca Christy L. Robeson Jessica M. Robinson Dyani Rodriguez Jonathan R. Rohl Tamara E. Romanini Lisa A. Romano Sarah C. Rooney Rosalba M. Rosati Christopher J. Rosemeyer Jennifer L. Ross Kelly L. Rossi Donald A. Royce Joseph W. Rozboril Jeffrey F. Rucinski Bryan J. Ruda Meeghan M. Rusk Meghan E. Ryan Jennifer L. Ryder Andrea A. Saam Roxanne S. Sachs Benjamin J. Saks Robert A. Salemi Kyriakos G. Salogiannis Paul J. Salony Michael M. Salvia Margaret R. Sammon Linette M. Sandoval Andrea R. Sandrowicz Leonard A. Sanguedolce Steven J. Santiso Anthony S. Saporito Stuart C. Satterfield Richard C. Savonarola Edmund A. Scanlan Michael P. Scarangella Amy Scheerer Suzann E. Schellenger Arianne E. Scheller Deirdre A. Scheuermann Stephanie J. Schick

Eric W. Schlittler Jennifer M. Schmidt Andrew T. Schmitt Ann Marie T. Schneider Sarah Schoen Kurt R. Schollin Paula M. Schroeck Laura M. Schrum Jason J. Sciartilli Meridith A. Sebring Megan Selowentchich Mary Beth Sexton Timothy Seymour Michael A. Shea Kathryn M. Shearer Gretchen Shelesky Robert E. Shields Lori A. Shipsky Jennifer C. Shoemaker Danielle L. Shoesmith Susanna P. Short Deanna G. Silva Char-Anne L. Silvestri Chantelle L. Simons Alison M. Skvarla Stephen F. Smith Theresa A. Smotryski Matthew B. Snow Barbara C. Snyder Phillip T. Snyder Joseph F. Sobanko Gregory J. Solfanelli Brad M. Solomon Cindy V. Sousa Joanne Sparacino Danielle Spoonhower Erinn M. Stampe Amanda Stanco Alexander E. Stark Brian D. Stecker Albert M. Steckis Lisa A. Stefanchik Patrick J. Stokes Brian S. Stone Tara L. Strouman Martin J. Suhocki Lauren A. Sullivan Michael J. Sullivan Michael P. Sullivan Luke Summa Michele C. Summa Peter J. Susko Anna K. Swanson Brian M. Sweeney Tara A. Sweeney Timothy M. Sweeney Lisa M. Swift Melissa N. Swift Karen D. Szymanski Anthony Talerico Jr. Amy M. Tamberelli Danielle L. Tantillo Matthew J. Tarka Meghan D. Tegtmeier Jennifer L. Telesco Megan E. Tempel Mary E. Theobald Jessica E. Thornton Aaron C. Thrasher Melissa A. Tierney Robert K. Timlin Kathleen M. Toolan Kelly R. Toole George A. Toretta Angela M. Torres Daniel J. Totman Eric I. Tovar Judy A. Townsend Nicole E. Trolio Dana M. Trovato Elizabeth J. Truszkowski Christopher R. Tuleya Kathleen S. Tuohy James P. Tweedy Lauren M. Ueland Robert E. Urbanovich

University President Joseph M. McShane, S.J., presents one of 879 degrees at the Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony.

Brian J. Wentland Devon M. Werner Michele M. Wesloski Justin T. Wetherell Kelly A. Wetzel Megan M. Whalen Jill J. White Keith D. White Michael J. White Matthew Whitney Stephanie A. Wilczynski Cheryl Williams Paul C. Williamson Renee L. Willow Jeffrey A. Winner Joseph F. Witkowski Brian S. Wojciechowski Emily J. Wright Danica L. Yaninas Daniel B. Yarusso Eileen M. Young Linda M. Young Brian D. Yurkon Sonya S. Zacker Kristina M. Zadrozny Patricia M. Zakrzewski Kathleen M. Zaleski Anthony C. Zamcho Colin P. Zawatski Justin P. Zielinski Kristina A. Zillitto Julie L. Zoccola Kyle B. Zorzi Laura N. Zuccheri Kamia A. Zucchi

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Gregory P. Adams John S. Agor Hassan M. Al Kharrat Mohammed S. Al-Nisf Faisal S. Al-Raddahi Rorry C. Altmann Ahmed A. Al-Zahrani Jason A. Amico Cynthia L. Anderson Lori Andreoli Erica N. Anstett Michelle M. Aparicio Jacqueline J. Aranda Aimee N. Arduino Susan M. Arneaud Mary Kay Aston Barbara J. Aston Melanie A. Bachak Matthew T. Balmer Diane E. Barush Renee A. Bebla Darlene Benjamin Eugene L. Berry Kevin M. Bisignani Vincent P. Bocina Jennifer L. Borosky Kathy M. Bossi Sarah T. Boyle Danielle M. Brady Maureen M. Brislin Elizabeth H. Britton Jill M. Brogan Christina A. Burns Kathleen M. Campion Jacquelyn M. Cantore Amanda C. Capone Joseph J. Caprari Amanda R. Cardillo William J. Casey Damon M. Cawley Julie A. Cerrito Nanditha K. Chandra Marie S. Chapman Wen-Ying Chien Allen R. Coffman Susan I. Coggins Wagner Denise A. Comiskey Claire M. Connolly Virginia A. Cosgrove Donna M. Cottone Benjamin J. Crawford Gina C. Cusumano Vahan Davtyan Marjorie J. DeAngelo Jodi L. Dessoye William M. DeWire Kristin A. Donati Jennifer M. Donovan Paul E. Eckenrode Paul W. Edling Elena S. Fabber Margaret A. HurchickStraub Aida Ibradzic Denise A. Insogna Sandra R. Jayne Tricia L. Jewson Elizabeth A. Jones Kevin M. Kelly F.~ Timothy Keough Lorraine A. Kishel Douglas B. Klein Cassandra D. Kobrick Perry A. Koslow Donna M. Kostik Stacy L. Kuhn Shu-Chun C. Kuo Michael T. Kurpis Mary M. Lang Robert P. Lange First Name Last name Joseph K. Lee Todd M. Legg Christopher V. Lepore Shad J. Lewis Karen M. Loughlin Bryce C. Lucas Barbara K. Lyons Vikram Mahajan Denise C. Mahalidge Gregory J. Maigur Trisha M. Major Shannon L. Malloy Kelly A. Marazas Shannon Marino Allison Marunduri Maria L. Masankay Usman Masrur Robert I. Masten Wednesday M. McAllister Jeffrey C. McCreary Barbara M. McGeever Anne Marie E. McGovern Charles J. McHale Corey P. McIntyre Clifford R. McMurray Rebecca T. Miller Lusine Mirzakhanyan Stephen M. Molitoris Melissa B. Moncavage Jessica L. Morgan Tanya M. Morgan Jennifer A. Morrison Heather M. Moyer Mark H. Nebzydoski Maura C. Nicholls Lisa M. Notartomaso Jeffrey J. Novak Simone K. Oehler Holly L. Opatick Matthew P. O'Rourke Murat Ovez-Mamedov

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Martin Marty, Ph.D., delivers the principal address at the Graduate Commencement Ceremony on 26 May.

Taryn L. Fallon Albert S. Finarelli Timothy J. Flaherty Nicole T. Flowers Margarita Fonnegra Gerrisa A. Foust Nancy J. Fox Denise C. Frailey Kristen A. Fratz Erin E. Frey Mark J. Gallagher James L. Garnett Edward D. Gaughan Mary E. Ghilani Jennifer L. Gibbon Patricia A. Gillette Yvonne-Denise Gisler David G. Gliddon Lori A. Golden Linda E. Gramlich Sara B. Grefrath Michael R. Gunther Jacinth A. Gyles Joseph E. Haddock Susan Haduch Colleen T. Hall Amber D. Hannah Mark W. Hannah Priti D. Haria Priti D. Haria Trisha M. Harrington Sharon M. Hazzouri Jennifer R. Heaton Gretchen H. Heery Julianne Henry Nicole M. Heron Edward B. Hoffman Rebecca Hokien Jennifer M. Holecko Mary Grace E. Holmes Jennifer Housel Jason E. Howe Lisa M. Howell Kristin E. Hudak

"The University of Scranton experience has been about the intention to fulfill, nourish, enhance and bring to completion all life." -- Martin Marty, Ph.D.

Kimberly A. Palko Gustavo A. Pallamares Tara A. Palmentere Timothy S. Palmer Anita Pane Keyur S. Parikh Barbara T. Parkman Nirat B. Patel George R. Paulishak Judela Pearl-Thomas Patricia A. Perri Narine Petrosyan Carrie A. Phelps Joseph F. Philbin Walter C. Pilger Christine M. Policare Laura A. Prosser Jennifer R. Purvis Jonathan C. Pytko Kevin M. Quinlan Marisa H. Rasile Sabzada T. Rasool David L. Reese Megan A. Reilly Melissa L. Rickard Judith M. Riddell James G. Roberts Jennifer A. Rojek Sarah C. Roszczewski John A. Rushefski Sonia Sandhaus Joelle A. Sando Michelle R. Saylor Danielle M. Schneider Kevin J. Scott Anthony R. Sebelin Djustini Septiana Jeffrey R. Seymour Pranav M. Shah Amy M. Shaitelman Deepak G. Sharma Melissa D. Shission Brian F. Sholl Melinda L. Shoop Kathleen E. Siock Jerome D. Skotleski Robert J. Smith Terri F. Smith Cynthia L. Smith Melissa C. Stigliano Tania Stoker Kristin M. Stretanski Danielle C. Struble Heather Sturchio Sonya Suchecki Patrick G. Sullivan Alison C. Sweeney Craig P. Sweeney Michael F. Swierczek Anna Szasz Steven J. Szydlowski Barbra J. Tingle Carol J. Towers Danielle M. Travis Elizabeth A. Trento Dyuti C. Trivedi Joann F. Turano Stacey R. Urgento Karen M. Walsh Brian T. Waugh Suzanne M. Weaver Andrew G. Weinberger Thomas J. Welsh Julie T. Westing Kerry C. Willis Jeffrey J. Winn Julie M. Wise Amy E. Wolyniak Debra J. Wozniak Paul N. Yahner Kevin A. Yanuskavich Amy J. Yeakel Paul D. York Angela J. Zenobi Sarah L. Zigmont Amy L. Zimmermann

Students Named to Dean's List

The University has announced the Dean's List, which recognizes students for academic excellence during the spring 2001 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 Melanie A. Baker Dale J. Bauman Shannon M. Blacker Rachel A. Bognet Christopher A. Boltinghouse Matthew A. Brown Lauren E. Brush Alexandra Burke Catharine A. Cafferky Peter A. Cataldo Elizabeth A. Chiafair Christian A. Cipriani Ian E. Conklin Laura Davidson Mary F. Donohue Christopher J. DosSantos Christopher R. Dougherty Lauren M. Figari Natalie D. Finkelstein Christine N. Gaffigan Thomas A. Garubba Megan M. Garvin Christina Giannetti Sarah M. Grapentine Christen M. Gruebel Terri A. Harchar Regina E. Heretick Alison M. Hill William H. James Daniel G. Karabin Peter M. Kashinsky Mary E. Kenney Matthew Knowlan Christopher S. Konopka Cheryl A. Lagana Jessica L. Lewis Lisa A. Malys Amanda Mariano Michael Mazzei Jennifer L. Miller Joseph J. Mosley Bryan T. Murtaugh Angela F. Ostrowski Kathleen A. Pierangeli Rachel E. Pike Brad A. Podray Emily A. Redding Marisa N. Reuber Kevin T. Riley Amanda E. Roberts Jeffrey S. Romanecz Devin Rowlands Ronald Saglimbene Donna P. Schank Tara S. Seeliger Heather A. Seiple Erin L. Siek Joshua J. Siglin Jayme E. Smith Rebecca Spera

Christine E. Stanik Carrie E. Stemrich Katherine M. Szczepanski Stephen M. Tizzoni Mark A. Tomaszewski Joseph T. Tracy Jason R. Walsh Catherine P. Warnock Michael G. Zaleski Matthew D. Zinn

Sophomores

Christopher R. Adams Jessica B. Agnello Saliena E. Alaimo Sheetal Amin Richard J. Arrigo Tiffany L. Bator Jane Bauer Meghan J. Blair Gina K. Bonaventure Nathan Boock Ronald L. Brace Kate Brennan Kimberly Brown Christopher Carey Christopher J. Corey Jennifer A. Crockett Kathleen M. Currie Timothy M. Daly Louis J. Damato Philip M. DeMola Jason C. Derenick Christopher M. DeRose Tiffany Dittenhoefer Gerard Dombroski Shalissa M. Dougherty Ryan M. Duck Robert F. Dyer George S. El Bayadi David J. Fine Andrew P. Forestieri Anthony D. Giancatarino Shaun H. Gilmore Edward J. Gliniecki Edward W. Glowienka Matthew T. Gordon Thomas M. Griglock Rebekah J. Guss Kerri-Ann Heffernan Peter G. Hocking Kristen E. Hoffman Robert Huylo Joseph Intranuovo Julianne Jayson Stephen K. Jennison Thomas W. Jordan Sean M. Kiley Damon N. Knauss Anne E. Kozul Patricia L. Kraker Michelle L. Kratz Ann I. Kushmerick Michael Langan Kelly M. Lister Rebecca R. Marascalco

Jennifer J. Marsala Bridget T. May Catherine D. McCarthy Kate A. McClintock Meredith A. McWilliams Karen E. Milano Rebecca E. Moir Morgan D. Nichols Courtney M. Nielsen Colin J. O'Boyle Meghan L. O'Brien Evan M. O'Donnell Amy R. O'Rourke Benjamin H. Persett Matthew J. Reichlen Stephanie A. Rewt Patrick F. Rocchio Kathleen M. Rodgers Alexis I. Roettger Susan Rosler Jonathan D. Roslund Jonathan P. Schiller Scott D. Schimmel Joseph M. Schroeder Melissa S. Scott Jeanne C. Sergio John E. Sheerin Jennifer M. Shen Laureen H. Sheypuk Sara J. Shoener Teresa R. Slider Sarita E. Soares Ingrid C. Stein Sandra M. Stepkovitch Melissa M. Stevans Nicole A. Sublette Michael B. Venn James C. Weaver Thomas J. Zegler

Juniors

Talia Argondezzi Pooneh Bagher Christopher M. Barksdale Frank C. Barto Joanne A. Bishara James J. Boyle Erin L. Brodie Melissa A. Carlo Jessica L. Carpenter Leslie J. Carter Leslie S. Colombo Claire E. Connelly Kristin M. Cook Brennan D. Coughlin Jessica L. Cronauer Kathleen M. Curran Emad H. Daniel John P. Dennis Daniel J. DeSalvo Barbara E. Dul Emily J. Ehrhardt Brian A. Eltz Dario J. Englot Mary T. Farley Julia N. Fisher Natali Fusillo

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Lori A. Shipsky Susanna P. Short Joseph F. Sobanko Cindy V. Sousa Karen L. Swikata Heather F. Syme Pamela Q. Taffera Eileen M. Tamerlani Heather E. Theis Melissa A. Tierney Bridget K. Valente Carol L. Walker Megan M. Whalen Stephanie A. Wilczynski Paul C. Williamson Renee L. Willow Henry Yampolsky Laura N. Zuccheri Wendy J. Thomas Anna E. Williams Mary M. Lynch Celia R. Marcelino Patricia A. Mecadon Erin K. Mecca Bruce T. Moore Teresa G. Moore Patricia E. Petillo Barbara A. Pramick Marcia M. Reidy Mary Rowlands Nora J. Rynkiewicz Edward Skutack Edward J. Slack Judy A. Townsend Brenda A. Walsh Julie A. Walsh Janet C. Washo Kimberly A. Wasley Matthew Whitney Cheryl Williams Linda M. Young Sonya S. Zacker

The University Bands and Choirs performs for a crowd of more than 8,000 at the Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony.

Joy L. Galuska Jennine R. GaNun Caroline C. Geelan Kathleen E. Geraghty Brian Germano Ethan M. Giordano Cathryn M. Glynn James A. Goggi Elliott E. Gougeon Marc Graci Ashley A. Graf Melissa A. Hedges Erik M. Helbing Rachel Henry Jennifer L. Honovic Michael R. Hourigan Angela Hudacko Lucie M. Iuzzolino Joshua M. Jenkins William J. Kayal Marcy A. Kerzic Joshua M. Kibler Nicole S. Kosteczko Jessica H. Kwolek Melissa T. Lacina Mark C. Lashley Bridget M. Lee Moira A. Loughman John P. Loughran Loni M. Lukatch Jennifer M. Martin Sarah E. Martin Sean M. McGarry William D. Melodick Jennifer Menichini Daniel M. Miles John J. Monahan Geraldine D. Mulcahy Carolyn A. Otis Christopher M. Palizza Amy L. Pena Thomas A. Porrovecchio Michael J. Pucci Dennis E. Reidy Albert A. Rinaldi Mark D. Ruegg Allison L. Ruzbarsky Mary R. Sammon Kelly E. Sarti Philip A. Schaub Rocco A. Schillaci Ashlea B. Schweinsburg Ryan C. Sheeran William S. Slovinsky Marshall R. Smith Jennifer L. Staub Kristen M. Strack Daniel J. Swimm Jaime L. Sylvester Stephanie Tessing Michael A. Todd Mark J. Treimel Veronica Vallejo Christopher T. Washington Amy E. Williams Eric R. Wirkus Joann C. Zielinski

Seniors

Maria R. Atzert Jennifer M. Avallone Joseph R. Bania Marykatharine Barbalace Danielle C. Beckmann Becky D. Bennett Melissa A. Bevacqua Lisa M. Biagiotti Nicole L. Bove Jessica A. Breslin Christopher A. Budano Matthew J. Burruano Sharon M. Canale Kathleen M. Carden Melissa A. Carmody Thomas J. Carroll Maureen G. Cassidy Patricia H. Castle Cara Marie T. Cenera Jennifer A. Chirdo Corey B. Chmil Christopher B. Cianci Sean M. Clark Caroline M. Coffey Angela M. Colarusso Sarah G. Coleman Jason R. Collins Sara L. Colosimo Louis J. Conoshenti Emily M. Corless Kevin J. Courtney Jocelyn Cron Brendan J. Curry Jennifer M. Daley Joseph L. DeNaples Danielle K. DeRogatis Truc T. DeSa Tara T. Dever Megan E. Diskin Patricia A. Donaghy Colleen P. Dorney Susan E. Dulka Brooke E. Fahringer Michelle Falzone Donna M. Fath Rebekah M. Ferguson Todd D. Fiore Mark P. Fitzgerald Jill M. Franceski Erin K. Friel Christopher M. Geadrities Vito J. Gentile Brian J. Giulian Carol A. Gleeson Olivera Gojkovic Marcia A. Golub Jed D. Gonzalo Celeste S. Gregory Frank N. Grisafi Brian M. Hanley Michael J. Hanley Amyanne E. Harney Nathan S. Harris

Heather M. Hawley Lisa A. Hirth Charles M. Hollow Brian D. Hughes Joseph R. Iannuzzo Susan E. Ingraffea Albert J. Insogna Maria K. Jankoviak Daniel P. Johnson Christopher A. Jones Ryan J. Kanewski Joseph M. Kaplan Christina M. Karp David B. Kloetzer Michael J. Kowalski Kevin J. Kozel Theresa A. Kraker Paul Krebs Michael P. Kroiss Jacki F. Kubiak Rachael M. Laboranti Janine M. Lamonica Rosalie C. Langendijk Katie M. Lapps Rachel B. Laskowski Melissa A. Lasota Michael R. Lattanzio Nicholas P. Lazor Hai C. Le Lindsay M. Lepore Heather Liddle Jennifer A. Lively Lucrezia E. LoGiudice Claire M. Lorenz Elizabeth R. Lucke Michael H. MacDonald Kimberly A. Maguschak Peter C. Maroon Dee-Ann Martell Nathalie R. Massabni Michael J. Massaro Stacy A. Masters Karen D. Matty Amy M. Maybock

Christopher P. McAndrew Thomas R. McAteer Jamie A. McCleary Michele McHale Kerri J. McIlroy Kelli A. McKenna Timothy J. McMynne Deanne B. McPherson Jennifer R. Miller Mark A. Mingos Kristina L. Moir Stephen M. Molitoris Kate I. Monaghan Colleen A. Moors Patrick J. Morgan Brendan M. Murphy Michael S. Murphy Richard M. Naughton Susan C. Neath Melissa A. Nebzydoski Thomas J. Noll Anninha D. Nonnenmacher Amy R. Notwick Dennis N. Nutini Meghan E. O'Brien Jacqueline K. Oliphant Joy T. Oliver Melissa A. Oliver Mari J. Olshefski Elizabeth F. O'Rourke Philip J. Oslin Marlene S. Pacheco Mark A. Pane Christopher V. Parente Adam Y. Park Jeffrey M. Passetti Donald P. Peach Samuk Pimanping Kimberly L. Pollock April L. Puscavage Mari-Christina Quinn Katie A. Regan Alexandra E. Reiher James C. Reilly Melissa L. Reilly Carla M. Riggi Dyani Rodriguez Kelly L. Rospigliosi Jennifer L. Ross Ryan C. Rusnok Paul M. Rutkowski Jennifer L. Ryder Michael M. Salvia Margaret R. Sammon Linette M. Sandoval Stuart C. Satterfield Raymond A. Schafer Meridith A. Sebring Kristen A. Semanision Paul L. Shea Gretchen Shelesky

Juniors

Stephanie E. Abraham Antonio F. Antonucci Helene M. Bartkovsky Scott L. Blakiewicz Donna Capo James V. Cooper Elisa S. Cosner Heidi Y. Culver Holly S. Doenges Lois K. Foley Donna M. Gard Mary E. Gavern John J. Harrison Gary S. Hayes Rana M. Hoch Erica A. Jurgensen Anthony A. Kearney Michael A. Koval Karen A. Magnotta S. D. Mahaffey Shannon E. Moore Patricia Moses-Freeman Michael A. Nardelli Scott K. Nowak Andrea Picozzo Julienne J. Rushin William B. Skotleski Jennifer Stachnik Amy M. Talipski Brenda Tobin Debbie L. Tomasetti Deanna Vanderwell Lisa M. Vender Melissa M. Woelkers Michelle Zick Keith D. Zona

DEXTER HANLEY COLLEGE

Freshmen

Norma Aponte Frederick J. Bainhauer Matthew T. Baldwin Christy L. Dembrosky Lisa Ann Fitzpatrick Ida V. Golub Michael W. Grier Sarah J. Hite Diane M. Jachimowicz Misako Kobayashi Michael J. Macedonia Roseann M. Morgan Davidson A. Okpaleke Gregory A. Reichlen Kathryn A. Sieminski Scott D. Spatt Craig P. Thomas Melissa A. Vaillancourt Deborah A. Zenzal

KANIA SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Freshmen

Colleen G. Aiken Anthony Balzano Stephanie B. Barker John E. Barlow Mary A. Bertels Thomas J. Boychuk Brock J. Brennan Ellen C. Buggy Amanda Call Kevin R. Carden Brandon Chivinski Erica J. Compton Ryan Connors Jason Davitt Katie M. Dougherty Marissa L. Drace Leah N. Eggars Bartholomew D. Fanelle Sara E. Fritz Timothy R. Gabrielli Eric Gasper John F. Hernandez Stephen L. Heying Timothy B. Laffey Hiu L. Lee Kimberly A. Lombardi Stephen M. Luchko Jude R. McDonough Christopher J. Muller Matthew C. Ross Eric M. Triplett Sophomores Jennifer Arnone Michael Aulisio Jason E. Baker

Seniors

Kathleen A. Agor Mary E. Aileo Robert E. Benson Lauren M. Biagioli Debra A. Brooks Charlene F. Budd Tamara Y. Capone Raymond C. Casteline Thomas P. Comerford Carol L. Cornell Joy M. Coss Lisa A. Davies Terry Dutton Gina M. Felice George C. Gallagher Brian L. Graves Andrew J. Hanusich Norman Honeywell Dorothy A. Hopkins Gloria M. Konzman Maria C. Landis Cindy Lewis-Kessler

Sophomores

Stacy H. Arnold Kim Bochicchio Catherine D. Dawgert Diane M. Demko Diane M. Gallant Judith A. Gunshannon William F. Gunshannon Catherine M. Holleran Terry L. Howell Linda L. Kerecman Jessica K. McLane Gina Monks Stephen B. Pendrak Maria Piccolino Helen A. Reedy Eileen A. Rempe Fermi P. Smith Wayne M. Snyder Alita Soulsby

Before ... and after. Empty chairs are filled with graduates waiting to receive their degrees.

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A C A D E M I C

Laura E. Bulley Andya Daniswara David A. Davitt Matthew R. Dietrick Charles F. Dotter Colleen A. Duffy Erin K. Fitzgerald Lisa S. Hagen Jill C. Hamnett Kyle M. Hatler Brian P. Higgens Stacy M. Kearney Jennifer Killian Man C. Lee Adam J. Loedel Daniel W. Loftus Helen D. Logan Anthony J. Lumbis Robert F. McEntee Megan O'Neill Lisa A. Pellegrino Mark J. Phillips Tera L. Ravina Matthew Rooney Jeffrey M. Rosa Ryan D. Simone Erin K. Sloan Lauren R. Sobuta Joseph E. Stofega Jason C. Wasilewski Sarah E. Gazdalski Johanna E. Gombach Doreen M. Grzelak James D. Houlihan Zoe M. Hutchinson Mark J. Katarsky Jaime M. Kutch Ronald E. Madden Myriah B. Mancini Sarah V. McAndrew Courtney K. Merring Suzanne M. Messina Jody A. Miktus Melanie Opalka Rebecca M. Petrini Stephanie T. Polinsky Robin M. Preiato Michael P. Priga Deana M. Rackley Danielle L. Radano Christy L. Robeson Kyriakos G. Salogiannis Dana Siglin Alison M. Skvarla Leah C. Smith Albert M. Steckis Lisa A. Stefanchik Patrick J. Stokes Margaret K. Strohm Anthony Talerico, Jr. Suzanne M. Tielle Kathleen M. Toolan Nicole E. Trolio Bradley J. Troy Alison C. Tsui Bradford R. Tully James P. Tweedy Christopher R. Vlachos Agnieszka Wegielska Kyle B. Zorzi Kelly Neenan Christine M. Ogle Jennifer M. Pusateri Jacklyn R. Richards Nicole Ritterbeck Jillian M. Rolland Melissa A. Rupp Lori K. Schwarz Ashley B. Sefecka Michael D. Soltus Alicia Tanacredi Kimberly P. Towle Erin Vogel Justine Yeager

A C H I E V E M E N T

Julie M. Balzano Christine M. Baran Jill A. Beckish Michelle A. Benati Derik A. Bernhardt Lisa A. Berres Adriana M. Bio Karen J. Borowski Kathryn L. Boyd Keri L. Breen Lauren M. Brehm Kelly M. Bronson Andrew J. Brusgard Lauren A. Buffalino Jessica L. Burke Kimberly A. Burke Christina A. Byers Andrea M. Campbell Kimberly A. Cannatella Maria Canzoneri Barbara A. Casterline Elissa M. Chessari Claire M. Clancy Elizabeth S. Cochran Jennifer A. Collins Mary P. Collura Christine M. Hall Sara T. Hanna Mary Jo Hasaka Brian C. Healy Kevin S. Heffernan Lori A. Hofsass Kelly M. Hogan Sarah M. Holsey Meghan N. Hooley Lisa A. Howard Thomas W. Hoy Lisa M. Interrante Jennifer A. Jamieson Joseph T. Jerla James F. Johnston Jennifer M. Jones Tara E. Josephson Sarah A. Kane Diane M. Kanton Stacy M. Kaps Jennifer L. Kaub Candice M. Keates Shannon M. Keeler Jeffrey M. Kelly Stephen J. Kelly Erin K. Kilker Anne M. Mory Katie E. Moyer Lori A. Muller Katherine L. Murman Melanie Natoli Allison M. Newbauer Jennifer K. Newsome Marissa J. Nichols Alison E. Norcia Patrick V. Norton Patricia O'Donovan Kimberly A. Orak Corin T. Otten Kelly E. Parent Jennifer A. Pelkowski Vicky K. Pilitsis Jane A. Plati Damico J. Ponzio Erin K. Powers Kari M. Purvis Jennifer L. Raban Alyson J. Radano Nicole A. Radomski Aileen E. Rafter Rebecca N. Rampolla Melissa K. Ravera

Marci R. Shaner Tara L. Stampf Erin D. Sweeney Henrietha Titus Jillian M. Varley Amy Welsh Michelle N. Wolfsberger Alexis S. Yachechak Laura J. Zawislak Antonietta Amelio

Juniors

Leah M. Bauer Allison L. Bednarski Jennifer S. Bee Lara A. Biagiotti Christina Blick Anne Marie Bohlin Danielle M. Boorady Christopher J. Bores Kathleen M. Buntz Nicole Carrano Lori M. Carrino Kristen V. Cavagnaro Edmond G. Cleveland Dominic S. Cuchara Jeni L. Curran Brian J. Daly Lisa M. Daniels Jennifer L. Decker Sarah J. DeRollo Natalie L. Dunn Catherine A. Fawls Christine A. Fontaine Colleen R. Fullerton Kerry A. Gallant Meredith M. Gernerd Kristopher M. Grundy Dana R. Grzenda Wendy M. Hafner Leah K. Helfrich Diane M. Hoerst Joylin Holladay Melissa R. Ilardi Kristin A. Johnson Jillian K. Joseph Anju Kaduvettoor Jillian V. Kenney Jennifer E. Kraljic Jennifer R. Long Melissa A. Marek Megan M. Mazzoni Lauren E. McDermott Kimberly B. Milligan Lynsey A. Mo Jeremy K. Mullen Daniel J. Nebzydoski Meghan M. O'Connell Cathy M. O'Neill Jessica J. Parker Noelle N. Rahle Tiffany K. Rampino Meagan M. Ross Meghan J. Ryan Laurie C. Scheetz Jennifer J. Schnibbe Christopher G. Semonche Christie F. Shober Casey L. Singer Jennifer L. Soldan Jessica R. Stapfer John P. Swarts John T. Trainor Sara A. Van Winkle Breanne M. Volk AnnMarie Walsh Regina A. Welch Deanna M. Zarzecki

Sophomores

Christine M. Allegra Mary R. Angelucci Bridget M. Aylmer Kristen E. Barrett Kevin S. Beach Maureen R. Brady Elizabeth A. Brennan Kristina A. Brown Karen J. Buhler Thomas D. Carroll Christina M. Cervone Jamie M. Cherry Carly D. Christein Kevin E. Clearkin Erin N. Cumbo Elizabeth S. Dailey Mary E. Dennis Danielle M. Devine Jennifer L. Dietterick Angela M. Drace Sean R. Egan Kristin M. Errico Michelle S. Fernandes Nicole M. Finamore Katie Foster Theresa A. Franz Jennifer Fretts Katie A. Gallagher Joanna E. Garibaldi Tara L. Garner Whitney E. Garrett Sara E. Gausz Julie C. Gillard Melissa S. Hamson Mary B. Hoffner Colleen A. Hughes Jennifer L. Huvar Krista R. Hylinski Kristen M. Johannessen Courtney L. Johnson Kelly A. Joyce Meghan A. Kelly Denise M. Kubovic Beth M. Kwiecinski Kelly M. LaCombe Lauren D. LiCalzi Jessica Lichodolik Tara L. Loonie Amanda R. Loyden Jessica L. Mack Theresa A. Martin Mary Beatrice R. Maslar Katie R. McLaughlin Bridget A. McMynne Carrie T. Moran Kate E. Nelson Jenna T. Nystrom Annmarie E. Olsen Eileen L. O'Mahoney Laura A. Parkton Jennifer A. Parry Nicole K. Petrin Joseph R. Pierce Katie P. Quinlan Patricia C. Reina Colleen E. Rogers Heather M. Rosso Lisa M. Rule Nicole M. Santulli Kathleen Scanlan Colleen M. Shanahan

Juniors

Sonia Ayudiah Janet L. Bohn Sean T. Burke Daniel W. Crocker Britt C. Cumiskey Kelli M. Dunn Mary J. Durkin Frank J. Fasano Alexis A. Frazier Gretchen C. Fritz Nicole T. Golla Marla L. Hager Jeanine M. Hall Alison L. Hanratty Megan E. Healey Thanasi Iliopoulos Tomas B. Keys James G. Kregler Danielle M. Lester Gregory Loughney Brian F. Malone Kristin M. Mangan Kellie A. McArdle Brian D. Muratore Natalya Parente William C. Parker Michael S. Petrilli Karen L. Pszalgowski Michael M. Quinn David M. Reuther John P. Sanderson Erich G. Schauer Ryan M. Surace Amanda D. Viti Ian P. Walsh Douglas A. Yazinski

PANUSKA COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL S TUDIES

Freshmen

Alexia Antoniades Kara M. Armstrong Leandra E. Barbuti Rachel L. Becker Keri-Ann Bennett Shaun M. Bewick Renee Boneker Robin A. Boynosky Linette J. Browning Elizabeth J. Campbell Daniel J. Carroll Linda J. Cavazzini Renee J. Chanin Shannon M. Craige Noelle Demuth Meredith L. Diehl Bernadette A. Duffy Vanessa D. Esposito Jennifer L. Evans Christine M. Frawley Tiffany R. Gerardi Lauren E. Grant Laura J. Hammond Elizabeth A. Holder Laurie D. Horne Kristin D. Janss Allyson D. Jengo Lauren K. Johnson Cara Kasa Glenda M. Konzman Jennifer M. Kreider Lauren K. Krulik Melissa H. Ksenak Renee E. Laboranti Mary Colleen Lavelle Kellie M. Logan Jessica A. Massaro Michelle A. McCaffrey Kathryn M. McDonough

Classmates savor a moment of friendship.

Amy C. Connolly Christine K. Crawford Jaclyn M. Crocitto Samantha L. Crotty Caitlin M. DellaValle Kelly A. Dempsey Lorraine M. DeNichilo Noreen E. Devine Erin M. Dolan Joseph Dorohovech Lauren Dowd Elizabeth A. Dragone Allison L. Dunham Michele E. Eckert Jaime L. Eilbacher Jennifer L. Elderkin Annelise R. Eramo Katy S. Everson Amanda E. Ewing Jill D. Faber Elizabeth C. Fallon Elizabeth A. Fausnaught Silvana Fazio Dawn M. Feuerstein Cheryl A. Fischer John W. Fleischman Melissa A. Fries Susan M. Froelich Kathryn M. Fullmer Tina M. Gambale Meghan E. Garvey Teri Anne Gavin Marcy A. Gaylord Jeremy D. Gaynor Laura A. Geiger Jacob M. Gilboy Shanna M. Gillespie Susan E. Girellini Joann X. Grizzanti Lauren M. Hachey Amy E. King Jerzie Ann M. Kissel Lorie N. Knueven Melissa A. Kopp Michelle A. Kotz Jesse A. Krempasky Ann M. Kutney Kristen M. Labin Courtney W. Lancia Uyen D. Le Erin C. Leach Patricia A. Linck Shira L. Lipperini Jaclyn N. Loew Melissa Logan Andrea M. Lombardi Noelle M. Lopez Allison N. Lotkowski Rosamaria Luvera Christine E. Lynch Heather L. Madden Colleen A. Madison Lauren M. Mados Jean J. Magnotta Erin M. Maguire Krista M. Mancini Eileen M. Mangan Siobhan M. Mangan Simon P. Manning Erica L. Marsek Melissa A. Matthews Kelly M. McAndrew Caroline E. McDaniels Rory P. McGee Annemarie T. McInerney Kathleen R. McKillip Erin C. McNally Colleen T. Moran Sarah A. Morris Thomas M. Morrissey Christie L. Relyea Christina M. Riordan Julie E. Robbins Elizabeth M. Roberts Kathryn M. Roberts Jessica M. Robinson Laura A. Romanello Lisa A. Romano Sarah C. Rooney Kelly L. Rossi Meghan E. Ryan Arianne E. Scheller Stephanie J. Schick Jennifer M. Schmidt Laura M. Schrum Christina M. Seewald Michael J. Sgroi Michael P. Sullivan Lisa M. Swift Karen D. Szymanski Meghan D. Tegtmeier Jennifer L. Telesco Sarah Tolerico Kelly A. Tracy Rachel D. Trommelen Lauren M. Ueland Robert E. Urbanovich Michelle K. Vagner Kristen E. Van Kleef Anne C. Vitkovsky Jennifer L. Vogt Jason M. Walker Kristina L. Walsh Jill J. White Bryan M. Willer Danica L. Yaninas Eileen M. Young Julie L. Zoccola Kamia A. Zucchi

Seniors

Michelle L. Balut Nicole A. Bayman Jeffrey Bharkhda Sarah A. Bidnick Rachel L. Bott Henry E. Chance Laura A. Charles Zachary A. Cirone Martha Conceicao Robert J. Conlon Patrick R. Donohue Eric M. Evans Mary Ellen Everett Kristin L. Everitt Kim N. Fahrenfeld Kevin J. Flood Marisa Funiciello

Seniors

Melissa A. Aleksak Joseph F. Alloy Lindsey J. Andersen Adrienne H. Ashworth Beth A. Bach Amy E. Ballengee

Page 10 America (NSCAA) all-Mid-Atlantic regional honors for four consecutive years. Gazdalski, a four-year letter-winner in women's swimming, was an NCAA Division III qualifier in 1999, where she earned all-America honors in the 200-yard backstroke, and again in 2001. An 11time Middle Atlantic Conference champion, she was twice named the recipient of the David E. Eavenson Award (1998, 2000), which is presented to the outstanding swimmer of the MAC championships. Outstanding in the classroom, she was named the 2001 Middle Atlantic Conference Female Scholar-Athlete for winter sports and was a first-team Verizon Academic all-American. She earned thirdteam honors one year ago. Fent, a four-year letterman on the cross country team, was a two-time NCAA Division III all-American. A three-time NCAA qualifier (1998, 1999, 2000), Fent is only the second runner in the history of the Middle Atlantic Conference to win four consecutive individual league titles. Like Gazdalski, Fent also saved his best performances for the classroom. He was named the recipient of the first-ever MAC men's scholar-athlete for fall sports and was twice named to a national academic all-America team. He is also one of only 58 student-athletes from across all three divisions of the NCAA to earn a prestigious post-graduate scholarship. Pippet, a four-year letter-winner on the women's swim team, competed in three events at the 2000 and 2001 Middle Atlantic Conference championships. Her biggest contributions, however, came outside the swimming pool. She did an internship at a local elementary school, working with individuals and groups in a school counseling setting, where she taught students about diversity, disabilities and conflict management. She also worked as a counselor with students at East Stroudsburg's Notre Dame High School. She was a member of the Human Service Association on campus, which administered programs such as the Turkey Drive, Hand-in-Hand and the Easter Egg Hunt for underprivileged children. She also found time to be a peer educator in the Sexual Assault Response Team and was a member of the Best Buddies Program and the Student-Athlete Committee. Ruda, a four-year letterman on the men's swim team, also made his biggest splash outside the pool. He was student director of publicity for Campus Ministry; served as a research assistant to Dr. David Marx, head of the chemistry department; and was a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Board. He was co-director of "Boo at the Zoo" and "Spring Fling-Scrantonpalooza" for Student Life and Leadership. During Spring Break, he worked with community groups such as the United Neighborhood Center, Boys & Girls Club of Scranton, Taylor Library and Meals-onWheels. He also participated in a Senior Service trip to Boston, where he worked with the Boston Housing Authority at a soup kitchen for women. He was also a member of the University's Symphonic Band and Music Ministry and the Commuter and Off-Campus Association. Bayman, a three-year letter-winner on the women's soccer team, overcame a physical disability that left her with vision in only one eye. Her disability did not prevent her from becoming an all-American, both on the playing field and in the classroom. This past fall, she led Scranton to a 17-41 overall record, which included a Freedom Conference championship and a berth in the NCAA Division III tournament. She was named the 2000 Freedom Conference Player of the Year, was selected second-team allAmerican by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and finished her career as the eighth all-time leading scorer in Scranton history. Bayman joined Gazdalski as a first-team selection to the 2001 Verizon Academic allAmerica team. Like Fent, she has been granted a prestigious NCAA post-graduate scholarship.

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SOFTBALL

Three members were honored by the Freedom Conference for their efforts this past year. Senior catcher Deanne McPherson (New Albany/Wyalusing) and freshman infielder Jennifer Miller (J ersey Shore/Jersey Shore) earned first- and second-team all-conference honors, respectively, while head coach John Foy, who led the team to a dramatic turnaround, was the recipient of the league's Coach of the Year Award. McPherson finDeanne ished her outstanding McPherson season by being ranked in the league in nine statistical categories. A 16-game hitting streak raised her batting average to .429, third on the team behind Miller, who led the team with a .464 average, and freshman pitcher Sarah Rhodes (S hort Hills, N.J./Millburn). Miller was also ranked in a number of Freedom Conference statistical categories this year, including hitting (2nd), on-base percentage (8th), runs scored (9th) and hits (11th). Foy, who took over the program late last year, led the Lady Royals to a remarkable 15-11 overall record and a third-place finish in the Freedom Conference with a 7-7 mark this past season. Scranton posted its first winning season since 1992 with a roster that included 10 freshmen, four sophomores, one junior and a senior.

By Kevin F. Southard

THE ENVELOPE PLEASE . . .

Six student-athletes received special recognition at the 2001 Senior Student-Athlete Banquet on 4 May. Seated, from left: Joe Fent and Bryan Ruda. Standing, from left: Nicole Bayman, Amy Connolly, Kelly Pippet and Sarah Gazdalski. The tenth annual Senior StudentAthlete Banquet was held on 4 May at the John J. Long, S.J., Center. Highlighting the evening's festivities was the presentation of the O'Hara, Fitzpatrick and Willensky awards. Amy Connolly (Cherry H ills, N.J./Camden Catholic), Sarah G azdalski (Wharton, N.J./Pope John Paul XXIII) and Joseph Fent (Dalton/Scranton Pr ep) received the 2001 Frank O'Hara awards, which are presented annually to the top male and female athletes of the senior class. The awards are named in honor of the late Frank O'Hara, a 1925 Scranton graduate who had a distinguished career for more than 50 years in a variety of roles at the University. Receiving the second-ever Father Fitzpatrick awards were Kelly Pippet (Churchville/Nazar eth Academy) and Bryan Ruda (Bloomsburg/Central Columbia). Named in honor of the late Reverend John J. Fitzpatrick, S.J., longtime friend and counselor of Royal student-athletes, these awards are granted to the student-athletes who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and who have given extraordinary service and contributions to the University community and to society in general. Nicole Bayman (Long Valley, N.J./West Morris Central) was selected the recipient of the 2001 Ron Willensky Award, which is presented 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 Lady Royals. Connolly, a four-year starter and the second all-time leading scorer in the women's soccer program, is the only player in the history of the program to earn National Soccer Coaches Association of

BASEBALL

Senior catcher Ryan Matlosz (Cranford, N.J./Cranfor d) was named second-team all-Freedom Conference after finishing second on the team in batting with a .360 average. He led Ryan Matlosz the Royals in hits (36), runs batted in (20) and total bases (49) and tied for the team-lead in doubles (5) and home runs (2).

GOLF

Junior Bob Stott (Olyphant/Bishop Hannan) finished tied for eighth-place at the MAC championships held at the historic Shawnee Country Club. He led the Royals of veteran head coach Ed Bob Stott Karpovich in strokes per round average this past season.

WOMEN'S LACROSSE

Sophomores Liz Baumbach (Long Valley, N.J./West Morris Central) and Bridget Lee (West Nyack, N.Y ./Albertus Magnus) and freshman Kate Pierangeli (Springfield/Spr ingfield) earned first-team all-Middle Atlantic Conference honors in leading the Lady Royals to an 11-7 overall record and 52 mark in the MAC. Led by head coach Brenda Brewer, Scranton also advanced to the MAC playoffs and to the Eastern College Liz Baumbach Athletic Conference (ECAC) Mid-Atlantic championships in just its second season of intercollegiate competition.

MEN'S LACROSSE

Senior Tom Hughes (Farmingdale, N.Y./Farmingdale) earned all-MAC honors for the third straight year as the Royals of head coach F. Warren Breig III finished the season with a 6-7 overall record and a 3-5 mark in league play.

Tom Hughes

MEN'S TENNIS

Freshman Brian Leo (Little N eck, N.Y./St. Francis Pr ep) was named to the Freedom Conference all-star team. The Royals of second-year head coach Jack Lennox finished the season with a 5-5 overall record and a 3-3 mark in the Freedom Brian Leo Conference.

AND FINALLY ...

The University placed three members on the men's and women's 2000-2001 Verizon District II Academic all-America teams for spring sports. Colleen Nattrass (Brookeville, Md./Good Counsel) , a senior on the women's tennis team, earned firstteam honors, while sophomore Bridget Lee (West Nyack, N.Y./Alber tus Magnus), a member of the women's lacrosse team, and Mike Hourigan (Mountaintop/Bishop Hoban), of the men's tennis team, were second-team selections.

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Summer Research Grants Awarded

Six undergraduate student research grants have been awarded for the summer of 2001. Each of the grants provides a $3,000 stipend to support students as they engage in a 10-week research project with a full-time University faculty member. A $500 honorarium is awarded to each participating faculty member. Following are the research grants awarded to University students. Students: Cara Marie Cenera '02, Ryan Kilker '02 Faculty Member: Timothy Foley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry Project Title: Mitochondrial Cyclooxygenase Enzyme Student: Michelle Falzone '02 Faculty Member: Gary Kwiecinski, Ph.D., Professor of Biology Project Title: Milk Nutrient Analyses and Daily Accretion: Which nutrients are limiting growth and development? Student: Jonathan Yazinski '03 Faculty Member: Ken Monks, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics Project Title: The Nontrivial Autoconjugacy of the Collatz Map on the 2-adic Integers Students: Melissa Hedges '02, Patricia Castle '02 Faculty Member: John C. Norcross, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology Project Title: Graduate Training and Professional Practice in Clinical Psychology

20-Year Employees Honored

Governance Committee Wraps up Year

The Governance Committee concluded its activities for the 2000­2001 year with the last in a series of Governance Forums designed to provide ongoing dialogue on improving the University's governance system. The 7 May meeting was convened by Marie A. George, Ph.D., Vice President of Planning and Institutional Research. John McInerney, Ph.D., Chair of the University Senate, discussed resolutions made by the body, including one resolution to change its name to the University Council. At the meeting, Dr. George outlined proposed Governance Committee goals for the 2001­2002 year, which include: · Assist University and Faculty Senates in collaborative issues that have begun; · Facilitate the delineation of procedures associated with the review and approval of new curriculum program proposals; · Map current committee structure of the University; and · Clarify the composition, role and function of the Academic Policy Council and Deans' Conferences.

At an awards dinner on 25 May, 10 employees were inducted into the Order of Pro Deo et Universitate, which recognizes 20 years of service to the University. Among the Pro Deo inductees were, from left: Richard Klonoski, Ph.D., Gerald Biberman, Ph.D., J. Timothy Cannon, Ph.D., John C. Harris, Rose Marie P. Walsh and Joanne B. Phillips. Missing from photo are Cheryl Y. Boga, Ronald J. Skutnick, John M. Hill and Carol Wallace, Ph.D.

Student: Veronica Vallejo '02 Faculty Member: Lee M. Penyak, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History Project Title: Public Inspection of Private Lives: Domestic Violence in Colonial Mexico Student: Eileen Blake '02 Faculty Member: Daniel S. Townsend, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology Project Title: Characterizing White-tailed Deer Density and Feeding Patterns: Consequences for Woody Plants at Lacawac Sanctuary

Students Help Beautify the Hill

Approximately 200 students participated in the fifth annual Hill Section beautification project in Scranton on 28 April. The stu dents worked in the area surrounding campus to clean up debris from the neighborhood. One group of student volun teers included, from left: Greg Shields, Chris Jones, Briege Kelly, Kate Biersach, Kerri McIlroy and Brian Hanley.

Thomas E. Baker , Associate Professor, Sociology/Criminal Justice, had a series of articles published, including: "Hostage Negotiations: Paranoid and Suicidal Cults," in The Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations: an International Journal, which is published by Haworth Press, Inc.; and "Neighborhood Watch: A Cyberspace Approach" in Law and Order Magazine. Prof. Baker also had a paper entitled, "Gordon's Story: The War and Peace Legacy," published in Planes and Pilots WWII Aviation Magazine, an Internetbased magazine produced by Jordon Publishing. Prof. Baker recently presented a paper at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences entitled, "Problem-Oriented Policing: Rural Police Assessment Issues." Len Gougeon, P h.D., Professor of English, has been invited to participate in a colloquium titled, "American Freedom and Democratic Individualism: Tocqueville, Emerson, and Whitman," to be held in Concord, Mass., 13-16 September. The colloquium, which consists of 15 published scholars, is directed by Prof. Horst Mewes of the Political Science Department at the University of Colorado at Boulder. It is sponsored by the Liberty Fund, a private educational foundation. Dr. Gougeon's writings are also featured in the newly released publication of the Norton Critical Edition of Emerson's Prose and Poetry, edited by Joel Porte and Saundra Morris. This volume of Emerson's writings includes an excerpt from Dr. Gougeon's "Virtue's

Hero: Emerson, Antislavery and Reform" as one of the 14 essays representing the major strains of Emerson scholarship in the 20th century. It also contains three of Emerson's antislavery speeches which were selected from the volume, Emerson's Antislavery Writings which was edited by Dr. Gougeon and Prof. Joel Myerson and published by Yale University Press in 1995. Additionally, Dr. Gougeon's article, "Emerson and the Woman Question: The Evolution of His Thought," which originally appeared in The New England Quarterly in 1998, has been selected for re-publication in Nineteenth-Century Literary Criticism, 1998, which presents a selection of the most significant American literary criticism for the indicated year. Satyajit Ghosh, Ph.D. , Chair and Professor, Economics and Finance Department, and John N. Kallianiotis, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Economics and Finance, had their article titled "Internet Rate Risk, Labor Supply and Unemployment" published in the current issue of Economic Modeling (Vol. 18, 2001, pp.223-231). The paper was co-authored with Dr. Parantap Basu, Associate Professor, Economics Department, Fordham University. New Staff The following is a list of full-time staff hired in May 2001. Robert Janeski joined the University as Director of Adult, Part-time and Transfer Admissions, Dexter Hanley College

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Summer Session G Last Day 100% Tuition Refund The Small Business D evelopment Center Seminar, "THE FIRST STEP: How to Get Started in Business," 1-3 p.m. For location and detailed information call 941-7588. New England Alumni Chapter Business Meeting, 7 p.m., Green Briar Restaurant, Brighton, Mass. Call 1-800-SCRANTON. Summer Session G Last Day to drop/50% Tuition Refund Summer Session I Last Day to Withdraw Summer Session G Last Day to Register for Grad Comps Chesapeake Alumni Chapter , U of S Day at Camden Yards, Noon, Oriole Park, Baltimore, Md. Call 1-800-SCRANTON. South Central P ennsylvania Alumni Chapter Baseball Game at Noon. Reception at Camden Club, Baltimore, Md. Call 1-800-SCRANTON. Continuing Education Pr ogram, "Introduction to MS Excel 2000," 1-5 p.m., today through 28 June. Call 941-7582. Continuing Education Pr ogram, "Introduction to JAVA," 6-9 p.m., today through 12 July. For details call 941-7582. Summer Session I Graduate Final Exams today and tomorrow Summer Session I Undergraduate Final Exams today and tomorrow New England Alumni Chapter N ight at Fenway Park, Boston Mass. For information call Tim Pryle, (617) 327-6290. Small Business D evelopment Center S eminar, "THE FIRST STEP: How to Get Started in Business," 9-11 a.m. For location and detailed information call 941-7588. Summer Session I ends

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Continuing Education P rogram, "Visual Basic Programming--Level II," 1-4 p.m., today through 25 July. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education P rogram, "MCSE: Windows 2000 ­ Network Infrastructure," 6-9 p.m., today through 15 August. For details call 941-7582. Summer Session II Last Day to Add Summer Session II Last Day to Elect Pass/Fail Option Continuing Education Program, "Intermediate MS Access," 9-4 p.m., today through 12 July. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Program, "Windows 98 for Novices," 9-4 p.m., today through 12 July. For details call 941-7582. Summer Session II Last Day 100% Tuition Refund Continuing Education Program, "Intermediate MS Excel 2000," 1-5 p.m., today through 18 July. For details call 941-7582. Summer Session II Last Day to Drop/50% Tuition Refund Continuing Education Pr ogram, "MCSE: Windows 2000 - Professional," 9 a.m.-4 p.m., today through 31 August. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Program, "Intermediate MS Access 2000," 9 a.m.-4 p.m., today through 20 July. For details call 941-7582. Summer Session G Graduate Comp Exams Summer Session G Last Day to Withdraw The University of Success is a mentoring program designed to help make the dream of attending college a reality. For 7th and 8th grade students from local school districts, today through 27 July. For details call 941-7580. New Jersey Alumni Chapter B arbecue, 12:30 p.m., Trenton Thunder, Trenton, N.J. Call 1-800SCRANTON. Continuing Education P rogram, "Introduction MS Word 2000," 9 a.m.-4 p.m., today and 19 July. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Pr ogram, "Visual Basic Programming--Level II," 6-9 p.m., today through 2 August. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Program, "Visual Basic Programming--Level IV," 6-9 p.m., today through 2 August. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Pr ogram, "QuarkXPress," 9 a.m.-4 p.m., today and 28 July. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Pr ogram, "Active Server Pages," 9 a.m.-4 p.m., today through 25 August. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Pr ogram, "Elderhostel: Lewis & Clark Expedition; A Musical Salute to the Stars; Gentle Joy of Fitness Program," 8 a.m.-5 p.m., today through 28 July. For details call 941-7582. Summer Session II Last Day to Elect Audit Option Continuing Education Program, "Introduction MS Excel 2000," 9 a.m.-4 p.m., today and July 26. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Pr ogram, "Intermediate MS Word 2000," 1-5 p.m., today through 31 July. For details call 941-7582. Summer Session G Final Exams, today and tomorrow Summer Session G Session Ends

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Continuing Education P rogram, "Advanced Desktop Publishing," 9 a.m.-4 p.m., today through 14 July. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education P rogram, "PC Coordinator Certificate Program, Part 1: Administration," 9 a.m.-4 p.m., today through 4 August. For details call 941-7582.

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Continuing Education Program, "Introduction to MS Word 2000," 1-5 p.m., today through 15 August. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Program, "Introduction to MS Excel 2000," 1-5 p.m., today through 15 August. For details call 941-7582. Undergraduate Transfer Orientation, Registration beginning at 8:30 a.m., Campus, today and tomorrow. For details call 941-6334. Dexter Hanley College will host a General Information Session for prospective adult and part-time students, 5-7 p.m., Rupert Mayer House. Students with prior college credit should bring official transcripts. Call 1-877-316-8028.

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The next Campus Calendar will be published in the September issue of The Scranton Record. Copy deadline is 15 August. If any changes have occurred with respect to previously submitted items, please inform the editor.

Continuing Education Program, "Networking +," 6-9 p.m., today through 11 September. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Pr ogram, "Adobe Photoshop 5.5," 1-5 p.m., today and18 August. For details call 941-7582. Summer Session II Final Grades Due by Noon Continuing Education Pr ogram, "Introduction to MS Access 2000," 9 a.m.-4 p.m., today and 15 August. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Pr ogram, "Intermediate MS Word 2000," 1-5 p.m., today through 21 August. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Program, "Visual Basic Programming--Level III," 6-9 p.m., today through 23 August. For details call 941-7582. Continuing Education Pr ogram, "SHRM Information Session," 5:307 p.m. For details call 941-7582. Greater Philadelphia Alumni Chapter Jersey Shore Event, 5 p.m., Rock-NChair, Avalon, N.J. For information call 1-800SCRANTON. Continuing Education Pr ogram, "Advanced MS Access 2000," 1-5 p.m., today through 23 August. For details call 941-7582. Dexter Hanley College Part-time Undergraduate New Student Orientation, 4:30- 8 p.m., Eagen Auditorium, Gunster Student Center. Call 1-877-316-8028. Freshman Orientation Weekend. Call 941-6233. Orientation 2001 Alumni P arent Reception, Campus. For information call 1-800-SCRANTON. South Central Pennsylvania Alumni Chapter Scranton Scramble 2001, Noon, Armitage Golf Club, Mechanicsburg, Pa. For information call 1-800-SCRANTON. Scranton/Pocono Northeast Alumni Chapter 6th Annual Golf Classic, Elk View Country Club, Crystal Lake, Pa. For information call 1-800-SCRANTON. Mass of the Holy S pirit, 11 a.m., Byron Recreation Comples. University Convocation, 3 p.m., McDade Center Royal Theater

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The Time Travelers Program is an opportunity for high-achieving students in grades 6 through 8 to participate in a hands-on thematic curriculum that combines science, math, literature and art. Today through 27 July. For details call 941-7580. The Nurse Camp is a program for commuter students in grades 6 through 8 who are interested in a nursing career. Today through 13 July. For details call 941-7580.

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