UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON
Griffin Mulvihill, of Allentown, is among students named to Eta Kappa Nu, the student honor society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.
The Department of Communication Design recently held its Senior Student Awards ceremony, which included the grand opening of the Senior Student Showcase at the Marlin and Regina Miller Gallery.
Abigail Creighton, of Allentown and Andrew Ferguson, of Macungie, are among students named to the dean’s list for the spring 2019 semester.
Western Governors University
Area students are among those who received degrees in recent ceremonies including: Diane Conley who earned an Masters of Business Administration degree in healthcare management, Adam Garger, who earned a Master of Science degree in nursing - leadership and management, Dawn Loch, who earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in educational studies, all of Allentown; Cynthia Lota, of Macungie, who earned a Master of Science degree in nursing - leadership and management
Area students are among those named to the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society for adult learners at its induction ceremony including: Kayla Nola, of Alburtis; Aleska Gonzalez, Ingrid Smith, both of Allentown; Kaylee Dimmig, Timothy Earls, Paul Nam, all of Macungie
UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON
Emily Lundeen, of Allentown, is among students inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the national Jesuit honor society, in recent ceremonies.
Charles Norelli, of Allentown, is among students named to the deans’ commendation list for outstanding academic achievement in the fall 2018 semester.
EAST STROUDSBURG UNIVERSITY
The Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs reminds veterans and their dependents that they should never pay for assistance to apply for veterans’ benefits. Accredited veteran service officers are allowed by federal and state laws to help to identify, determine eligibility for and apply for a wide range of benefits on the local, state and federal levels.
WDIY radio station 88.1 FM is holding a summer youth media program 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays June 4 through July 30 at the WDIY studios, 301 Broadway, Bethlehem.
The free classes are open to Lehigh Valley high school students. Space is limited. The application deadline is May 24.
For an application and information, visit www.wdiy.org and click on youth programs on right hand side of the page.