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Shea Weaver, a Loganton native and sophomore at The Pennsylvania State University, is part of a select group of individuals serving on the school’s New Student Orientation (NSO) Team.
After completing a rigorous application process, Weaver took a credit-bearing course and received 60+ hours of training in preparation for the program. As an orientation team member, Weaver will help first-year students learn about academics, diversity and inclusion efforts, social life, and other key components that create the Penn State experience.
Weaver will act as a vital and engaging bridge between the university and the incoming first-year class, said Katie Motycki, associate director for New Student Orientation.
For 10 consecutive weeks this summer, Weaver will be responsible for leading small groups of students in a variety of educational activities during the two-day sessions.
Jennifer Walters of Lock Haven graduated from Eastern Mennonite University with a Master of Science in Nursing in Leadership and School Nursing on April 30.
Johnna Garbrick of Mill Hall, was recently selected as a Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges honoree. Garbrick, a graduate of Central Mountain High School, is pursuing a bachelor of arts in sociology at The Valley.
Sierra Martin of Mill Hall, received the M. B. Rich Endowed Prize at Lycoming College’s annual Honors Convocation in April. The prize is presented to students in the freshman class who attain the highest rank in scholarship and deportment. The Rich Endowed Prize is funded by Ms. Michelene Rich, a 1967 graduate of Lycoming College.
Justin Norman of Jersey Shore was nducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. He is a student at Bloomsburg University.