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    Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program Graduates

    Thirty-nine members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2020 graduated from its Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program.
    June 5, 2020

    Thirty-nine members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2020 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 the class of 2020 SJLA Honors Program graduates and their majors.

    Tate Ackerman, Endicott, New York, was a biology and philosophy double major.

    Fahad Ashraf, Clarks Summit, was a biology and philosophy double major.

    Amanda Anne Boland, South Abington Township, was a biology and philosophy double major.

    Garrett M. Boyd, Sugarloaf, was a criminal justice major.

    Andrew G. Buttner, Camillus, New York, was a computer engineering major.

    Michael Nicholas Cardiges, Fogelsville, was a biology and philosophy double major.

    Kayla Grace Collins, Prince Frederick, Maryland, was a counseling and human services, philosophy and theology and religious studies triple major.

    Grace F. Dickson, Maplewood, New Jersey, was a counseling and human services major.

    Kathryn Ann Donnelly, Havertown, was a neuroscience and philosophy double major. Donnelly was also a recipient of the University’s full-tuition Presidential Scholarship.

    Megan Elizabeth Dowd, Wilkes Barre, was a biology and philosophy double major. Dowd was also a recipient of the University’s full-tuition Presidential Scholarship.

    Lauren E. Earnshaw, Norristown, was a marketing major.

    Megan Elizabeth Fabian, West Seneca, New York, was an exercise science and philosophy double major. Fabian was also a recipient of the University’s full-tuition Presidential Scholarship.

    Corinne E. Freivald, Huntington Station, New York, was a biochemistry, cell and molecular biology and philosophy double major.

    Emma R. Graham, Waverly Township, was a biochemistry, cell and molecular biology and philosophy double major.

    Zoe Rose Haggerty, South Abington Township, was a philosophy and theology and religious studies double major. Haggerty was also a recipient of the University’s full-tuition Presidential Scholarship.

    Austin J. Hariprasad, Tobyhanna, was a criminal justice major.

    Amanda Therese Horner, Buffalo, New York, was a community health education and philosophy double major.

    Nadeen Jafar, South Abington Township, was a biology and philosophy double major.

    Catherine Gabriella Johnson, Scranton, was an English and philosophy double major.

    Brian P. Kilner, Potomac, Maryland, was an environmental science, biochemistry and philosophy triple major. Kilner was also a member of the University’s Magis Honors Program in STEM and a recipient of the University’s full-tuition Presidential Scholarship.

    Hailey Marie Kindt, Easton, was a neuroscience and philosophy double major. Kindt was also a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program.

    Taylor Mackenzie Limone, Burlington, New Jersey, was a biochemistry and philosophy double major.

    Brian Anthony Martin, Scranton, was a biology and philosophy double major. Martin was also a recipient of the University’s full-tuition Presidential Scholarship.

    Mary E. McCafferty, Lancaster, was a marketing and philosophy double major. McCafferty was also a member of the University’s Business Leadership Honors Program.

    Julia Anne McKinney, Perkasie, was a neuroscience and philosophy double major. McKinney was also a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program.

    Germaine Laira Mendonca, Middletown, New Jersey, was a neuroscience, theology and religious studies and philosophy triple major.

    Elise Marie Molleur, Summit, New Jersey, was an environmental science and philosophy double major.

    Abbey A. Murphy, Mountain Top, was an accounting and philosophy double major. Murphy was also a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program.

    Charles Stuart Nugent, North Haven, Connecticut, was a political science and philosophy double major.

    Colleen C. Rohr, Norristown, was a marketing, operations and information management and philosophy triple major. Rohr was also a member of the University’s Business Leadership Honors Program and a recipient of the University’s full-tuition Presidential Scholarship.

    Minahil Sami, Jessup, was a biochemistry, cell and molecular biology and philosophy double major. Sami was also a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program.

    Nicole Elizabeth Schaeffer, Easton, was a history and philosophy double major. Schaeffer was also a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program.

    Cara R. Shannon, Asbury, New Jersey, was an exercise science and philosophy double major.

    Maaz Siddiqui, South Abington Township, was a biology and philosophy double major.

    Brianna E. Stein, Basking Ridge, New Jersey, was an operations management and philosophy double major. Stein was also a member of the University’s Business Leadership Honors Program.

    Nyssa A. Thompson, Waldorf, Maryland, was a neuroscience and philosophy double major.

    Madeline R. Walker, Brookfield, Connecticut, was a neuroscience and philosophy double major. Walker was also a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program.

    Alexis I. Ward, Wysox, was an English and philosophy double major. Ward was also a member of the University’s undergraduate Honors Program.

    St. John Taylor Whittaker, Scranton, was an environmental science, biochemistry and philosophy triple major.

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