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    Rose Kelly Awards Presented at University

    University students Emma Boyle, Alexander Luancing and Anne Murphy and their elementary and high school teachers who they credit for contributing to their success were honored with Rose Kelly Awards at a recent virtual ceremony.
    January 24, 2022

    The University of Scranton recognized students and their elementary and high school teachers, who they credit for contributing to their success, with Rose Kelly Awards at a recent virtual ceremony.

    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.

    Emma Boyle, Peckville, received the Rose Kelly Award for the Kania School of Management. She honored Dana Marion, her kindergarten teacher at Lackawanna Trail Elementary Center. Boyle is an accounting major at Scranton.

    Alexander Luancing, Easton, received the Rose Kelly Award for the College of Arts and Sciences. He honored Gina Rakos, his AP biology teacher at Nazareth Area High School. Luancing is a biology major at Scranton.

    Anne Murphy, Flemington, New Jersey, received the Rose Kelly Award for the Panuska College of Professional Studies. She honored Chelsea D’Antonio her teacher at Hunterdon Central Regional High School. Murphy is a counseling and human services major at Scranton.

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