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    University Students/High School Teachers Awarded

    Charles Kulick, Pittston, received the Rose Kelly Award for the College of Arts and Sciences at The University of Scranton. From left: Brian Conniff, Ph.D., dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; Patrick Clemens, the teacher Kulick honored from Scranton Preparatory School; and Kulick.
    December 20, 2019

    The University of Scranton recognized students and their high school teachers, who they credit for contributing to their success, with Rose Kelly Awards at a ceremony held recently on campus.

    The Rose Kelly Award was established by University of Scranton alumnus Joseph Wineburgh, Ph.D., to link the efforts of educators to the achievements of college students. The award is presented jointly to a student in each of the University’s colleges who has completed two years at Scranton and to the teacher whom he or she recognizes as having a great impact in his or her life. Students are selected based on exemplary achievement in both academics and general campus involvement.

    Charles Kulick, Pittston, received the Rose Kelly Award for the College of Arts and Sciences. He honored Patrick Clemens, his teacher from Scranton Preparatory School.

    Jeffrey Colucci, Mahwah, New Jersey, received the Rose Kelly Award for the Kania School of Management. He honored Eileen Fay, his teacher from Mahwah High School.

    Diana Valentina Mesa, Miami, Florida, received the Rose Kelly Award for the Panuska College of Professional Studies. She honored Miriam Smith, her teacher Mesa from Saint Brendan High School.

    Kania School of Management

    Jeffrey Colucci, Mahwah, New Jersey, received the Rose Kelly Award for the Kania School of Management at The University of Scranton. From left: Sam Beldona, Ph.D., dean of the Kania School of Management; Colucci; and Eileen Fay, the teacher Colucci honored from Mahwah High School.

    Panuska College of Professional Studies

    Diana Valentina Mesa, Miami, Florida, received the Rose Kelly Award for the Panuska College of Professional Studies at The University of Scranton. From left: Victoria Castellanos, Ph.D., associate dean of the Panuska College of Professional Studies; and Mesa. Miriam Smith, the teacher Mesa honored from Saint Brendan High School, was absent from the photo.

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