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    Fifteen elite members of The University of Scranton’s incoming class of 2026 entered its Magis Honors Program in STEM, one of the Jesuit school’s five programs of excellence.

    Class of 2026 Students of Magis Honors Program

    Fifteen elite members of The University of Scranton’s incoming class of 2026 entered its Magis Honors Program in STEM, one of the Jesuit school’s five programs of excellence.
    October 25, 2022

    Fifteen elite members of The University of Scranton’s incoming class of 2026 entered its Magis Honors Program in STEM. The program combines the development of STEM knowledge and research techniques with programing to further the students’ understanding of the impact science has on society. The Magis Honors Program in STEM is one of the University’s five programs of excellence.

    The Magis Honors Program offers talented students a more intense, interdisciplinary experience of research in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Courses taken over four years at Scranton include a special first-year seminar on writing science and a series of seminars on STEM and society. With guidance by faculty mentors, the students in the program develop, present and defend a thesis based on their individual research projects. In addition, the program requires participation in annual community service projects as well as professional development programs.

    The following members of Scranton’s class of 2026 entered the Magis Honors Program in STEM.

    Matthew J. Almonte, East Stroudsburg, is majoring in mathematics.

    Jordan L. Badman, Sunbury, is majoring in biology.

    Connor P. Brophy, Macungie, is majoring in biochemistry, cell, molecular biology.

    Alyssa M. Cosklo, Fell Township, is majoring in biology.

    Joseph T. Dolan, Conshohocken, is majoring in computer science.

    Emily Alexa C. Gotiangco, Staten Island, New York, is majoring in computer science.

    Grace L. Lloyd, Yardley, is majoring in neuroscience.

    Allison M. Magee, Harleysville, is majoring in mathematical sciences.

    Alexa R. Martinez, Walden, New York, is majoring in biology.

    Sheldon S. Myers, Blue Bell, has not yet declared a major.

    Brian M. Oconnor, Sussex, New Jersey, is majoring in mechanical engineering.

    Hailey C. Patts, Harding, is majoring in biochemistry.

    Michael L. Redmond, Whitehouse Station, New Jersey, is majoring in biophysics.

    Daniella M. Scanlon, Goshen, New York, is majoring in neuroscience.

    Matthew F. Schade, Haddon Heights, New Jersey, is majoring in mathematical sciences.

    Janice Voltzow, Ph.D., professor and chair of the Biology Department, serves as the director of the Magis Honors Program in STEM.

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