The Misericordia University Speech-Language Pathology Program’s 2018 graduating class achieved a 100-percent pass rate on the Praxis Examination in Speech-Language Pathology, which is required for national licensure by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Members of the 2018 spring graduating class and academic program, first row, from left, are Kelsey O’Donnell, South Abington Township; Allison Trzeskowski, Mountain Top; Lindsey Philbin, Throop; Katlyn Yackoski, Mountain Top; Sarah Jennings, Bridgewater, N.J.; Katie McLoughlin, Windsor, Conn.; Cornelia Chmil, Wilkes-Barre; Sarah Payne, Dallas; Haley Heins, Monticello, N.Y.; Caroline Norelli, Reinholds; and Kasey Miller, Hanover Township Second row: Dr. Cari Tellis, professor; Tia Spagnuolo, adjunct professor; Samantha Buldo, Dingmans Ferry; Carly Sees, Hughesville; Ashley Peachey, Dallas; Elise Reardon, Parker, Colo.; Alexis Stoffel, Mullica Hill, N.J.; Bethany Killmon, Bridgeville, Del.; Anna Parsons, Westminster, Md.; Tracey O’Day, administrative staff; Pamela Rogers, administrative staff; Anne Zaborny, clinical supervisor; Theresa Jacopetti, clinical supervisor, and Dr. Glen Tellis, department chair and professor. Third row: Lori Cimino, clinical director; Mary Culkin, clinical supervisor; Kaitlyn Stochla, Larksville; Nicole Tagerty, East Brunswick, N.J.; Alexandra Irr, Bethlehem; Shannon Croasdale, Milford, N.J.; Emily Lukasavage, West Pittston; Tianna Falcone, Pittston; Danielle Gorski, Wilkes-Barre; Sarah Carne, Nanticoke; Kyle Pelkey, Watertown, Conn.; Melissa Alunni, clinical supervisor, and Dr. Kathleen Scaler Scott, associate professor. Fourth row: Dr. Jessica Kisenwether, assistant professor; Adina Rosenthal, clinical supervisor; Kelly Williams, Enola; Kylie Romeo, Danville; Alissa Steier, Scott Township; Maggie Terefenko, Mohnton; Lindsey Jordan, Scranton; Nicole Piazza, Hanover Township; Cecelia Cronin, Tunkhannock; Lisa Darrup, Mount Carmel; and Ann Roman, clinical supervisor.