Campus Notes, May 8, 2022
More than 50 Albright College students presented research papers at the 23rd Annual Undergraduate Research and Creativity Conference in Berks County last month.
Pine Grove’s Alyssa Zerbe, who majors in art and psychology, presented a poster entitled “Piercings and Tattoos: Do They Leave a Trace in Perception?”
Auburn’s Stephanie Zolynski, majoring in Psychobiology/Molecular, presented a poster entitled “Societal Decisions Based on Personal Body Modifications”.
James Hornickle, Wyomissing, a senior biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology major, was among 45 University of Scranton students inducted into Phi Lambda Ypsilon, the national chemical honor society.
Penn State Berks
Penn State Berks recently held an awards ceremony for its student leaders.
The college said the following students were recognized with Berk’s Service and Leadership Awards:
• Ja’nique Jules was named a 2022 recipient of the Eric A. and Josephine S. Walker Award. Established in 1980 by Penn State President Eric Walker, the award is presented annually to an undergraduate student whose outstanding personality, scholarship, and leadership qualities contribute to the reputation of the campus.
• Samantha Hagenbush is the recipient of the 2022 Howard O. Jr. and Jean S. Beaver Award for Community Service. The award honors a student for outstanding contributions through community service.
• Katie Anders received the J. Dean Stephans Memorial Award for Student Leadership. The award was created with the intention of honoring a student who demonstrates strong leadership skills while encouraging engagement from others.
• Adam Brezina received the 2022 Blaine Steensland Award for Outstanding Student Leadership and Service. The award was established in 2006 by members of the Student Government Association to recognize outstanding achievement by a Penn State Berks student. Brezina is a Lions ambassador, freshman mentor, resident assistant and executive board member of the Campus Activities Board.
Graduates from East Stroudsburg
East Stroudsburg University is poised to graduate Sunday: Jasim Ansari, Breinigsville; Joshua Barto, reading; Karissa Borden, Fleetwood; Helen Bradley, Blandon; Mikayla DeStefano, Pottstown; Jessica Doran, Macungie; Victoria Ebeling, Fleetwood; Kamya Edmonds, Reading; Morgan Fontana, Douglassville; Cole Fryer, East Greenville; Moriah Hawkins, Breinigsville; Becca Heffner, Oley; Joshua Keller, Reading; Adam Lemaster, Macungie; Megan Majeski, Douglassville; Felicia McAlvage, Mohnton; Sean McGinley, Gilbertsville; Sydney Peet, Pottstown; Mathew Pritchard, Gilbertsville; Peyton Knight, Macungie; Nicholas Sager, Leesport; Alexis Schmidt, Alburtis; Katelyn Smith, Fleetwood; Colby Stichter, Mohrsville; Eric Toth, Douglassville; Tayler Venezia, Reading; Marchioness Washington, Reading; Colette Williams, Reading.
The college did not provide the types of degrees and the students’ majors.