SABOL RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP
Samantha Sabol, of Shavertown, received the Barbara Jones Swartley Memorial Scholarship at Shippensburg University.
A 2013 graduate of Lake-Lehman High School, Sabol will major in mid-level education, grades 4 to 8.
STUDYING IN AUSTRALIA
Gregory Groblewski, of Sweet Valley, is participating in an accounting and marketing internship this summer in Sydney, Australia, through GlobaLinks.
A senior majoring in accounting and marketing at King’s College, Groblewski completed a study abroad experience last summer at the University of Stirling in Scotland through Butler University’s Institute for Study Abroad.
He is the son of Gwenyth Groblewski.
TAKES PART IN COOK-OFF
Matt Jeschke, of Dallas, took part in a student cook-off competition at the Luzerne County Community College Joseph A. Paglianite Culinary Institute.
The first-ever competition gave students the opportunity to practice their culinary skills, network with other area students and visit the college’s culinary facility.
Amy Nichole Austin, of Sweet Valley, and Lisa Marie Perugino, of Dallas, participated in a Misericordia University pinning ceremony in Lemmond Theater at Walsh Hall that recognized students who completed the Part-Time Accelerated Evening Bachelor of Science Degree Nursing Program.
During the ceremony, undergraduate nursing students received the Misericordia University Nursing Pin, a symbol of achievement in the nursing profession.
ANSON NAMED TO BOARD
Denis Anson, M.S., O.T.R., of Noxen, the director of research and development at the Misericordia University Assistive Technology Research Institute (ATRI), has been elected to the board of directors for the Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA).
RESNA is the premier professional organization dedicated to promoting the health and well-being of people with disabilities by increasing access to technology solutions. An international membership organization, RESNA advances the field by offering certification, continuing education, professional development, promoting research, developing technology standards and more.
RECEIVE WHITE COATS
Jennifer Corcoran, of Shavertown, and Sarah Harvey, of Benton, were members of the first class of students in the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program at Misericordia University to receive their white coats at a special ceremony held recently on campus.