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    Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program Grad...

    Thirty-five members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2018 graduated from its Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program.
    May 31, 2018

    Thirty-five members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2018 graduated from its Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program (SJLA), which is one of Scranton’s programs of excellence. Students in SJLA pursue a rigorous education designed to develop enhanced writing, oral and critical-thinking skills through specially designed courses in philosophy, theology and literature.

    The following is a list of class of 2018 SJLA Honors Program graduates and their majors

    Erin Alexander, Linden, New Jersey, a psychology and philosophy double major and member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program, who is also a Presidential Scholar at the University;

    Cara Anzulewicz, Scranton, a neuroscience major;

    Erika Beyrent, Clarks Summit, a biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, and biomathematics double major and a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program;

    Kaylee Burns, Brooklyn, New York, an accounting and philosophy double major;

    Francesco Campese, Havertown, a finance and philosophy double major and member of the University’s Business Leadership Honors Program;

    Rebecca Clark, Newark, Delaware, an accounting and finance double major and member of the University’s undergraduate Business Leadership Honors Program, who is also a Presidential Scholar at the University;

    Gavin Coutts, Mendham, New Jersey, a finance major and member of the University’s undergraduate Business Leadership Honors Program;

    Scott Curan, North Abington Township, a biology major;  

    Timothy Dodds, Suffield, Connecticut, a psychology and philosophy double major;

    Bridget Fasciani, Malverne, New York, a philosophy major;

    Emily Garner, Bensalem, a health administration and philosophy double major;

    Erica Gleason, Wyomissing, a biology and philosophy double major;

    Alexander Haber, Tresckow, a biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, and philosophy double major and member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program;

    Kathleen Healey, Scranton, a philosophy major and a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program;

    Kathleen Heslin, Smithtown, New York, a biology and philosophy double major and a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program, who is also a Presidential Scholar at the University;

    Anne Kennedy, Conshohocken, a biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, and philosophy double major and member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program, who is also a Presidential Scholar at the University;

    Alexandra Koutsoubis, Monroe Township, New Jersey, a biology and philosophy double major and a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program;

    Elizabeth Loftus, Phoenixville, a marketing major;

    Jonathan Nicklas, Northampton, a biology and philosophy double major and a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program;

    Daniel O’Reilly, Flushing, New York, an English, theology and religious studies, and philosophy triple major, who is also a Presidential Scholar at the University;

    Rachel Poirier, Windsor, Connecticut, a psychology and philosophy double major;

    Michael Powell, Conklin, New York, a biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, and philosophy double major, who is also a Presidential Scholar at the University;

    Liam Reeves, Upper Gwynedd, a biochemistry and philosophy double major;

    Sara Rizzo, Danbury, Connecticut, an accounting and philosophy double major and member of the University’s undergraduate Business Leadership Honors Program;

    Laura Romanovich, Peckville, a biology and philosophy double major and member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program, who is also a Presidential Scholar at the University;

    Madeline Russell, Newton, New Jersey, an accounting major and member of the University’s undergraduate Business Leadership Honors Program;

    Noel Saharig, Bloomfield, New Jersey, a chemistry and biophysics double major;

    Lauren Tomasic, Reisterstown, Maryland, an exercise science and philosophy double major;

    Michelle Uminski, Raritan, New Jersey, a biology and philosophy double major;

    Erica Westlake, West Chester, a biology and philosophy double major;

    Mackenzie Wilson, Mount Pocono, a political science and philosophy double major;

    Devin Wood, Newton Township, a neuroscience, biochemistry and philosophy triple major and a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program;

    Ling Yi, Palmyra, a biology and philosophy double major and member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program;

    Gared Zaboski, West Wyoming, a criminal science, political science and philosophy triple major.

     

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