University Students Volunteer as Judges for PJAS

    University of Scranton students volunteered to serve as judges for the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science regional competition in February. First row, from left: Kira Treitz, Katelyn Thomas, Morgan Hakes, LilyAnn Stevens, Daniella Gomes, Kelsey Schatz and professor Glenn Pettinato. Second row: Olivia Diana, Danielle Scotto, Madison Improta, Julia Braito, Adeline Keefer and Maeve Seymour. Top row: Mary Delia, Naomie Felix, Devon Robinson, Ryan Padgett, Anna DeLauro, Karissa Bove, Dominique Preate and Kaylee Lopez.
    March 23, 2020

    Twenty University of Scranton students volunteered as judges for the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science regional competition held in February at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre. The students who volunteered were taking courses in science at Scranton.

    University students who volunteered were: Karissa Bove, Brooklyn, New York; Julia Braito, East Williston, New York; Anna DeLauro, Bridgewater, New Jersey; Mary Delia, New Providence, New Jersey; Olivia Diana, Marlboro, New Jersey; Naomie Felix, Flanders, New Jersey; Daniella Gomes, Staten Island, New York; Morgan Hakes, Short Hills, New Jersey; Madison Improta, Staten Island, New York; Adeline Keefer, Palmyra; Kaylee Lopez, New York, New York; Ryan Padgett, Hillsborough, New Jersey; Dominique Preate, Clarks Summit; Devon Robinson, Montoursville; Kelsey Schatz, Tobyhanna; Danielle Scotto, Staten Island, New York; Maeve Seymour, Clarks Summit; LilyAnne Stevens, Brick, New Jersey; Katelyn Thomas, Scott Township; and Kira Treitz, Gouldsboro.

    University of Scranton chemistry faculty specialist Glenn Pettinato accompanied the students.

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