Several students graduated from Lock Haven University after the fall semester:
Travis Nosko of Grand Valley earned a degree in health sciences;
Emily Honhart of Pittsfield earned a degree in psychology;
Kalee Larson of Warren earned a degree in elementary education.
Several students were named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Lock Haven:
Brendan Lobdell of Clarendon, a sport administration major;
Bethany Burnell of Sugar Grove, a secondary education major;
Whitney Parker of Sugar Grove, a sport administration major;
Kyle Essick of Warren, an English major; and
Kalee Larson of Warren, an elementary education major.
Several local students were honored for academic achievement at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville, for the fall term 2008.
Named a University Scholar with a grade average of 4.0 was Andrew J. Chase of Youngsville.
Named President's Scholars with a grade average of 3.50 to 3.99 were Leah K. Jespersen, daughter of Jerry and Marita Jespersen of Russell; Klanci L. Larson, child of Stephan and Diana Larson of Garland; and Wallace L. Thompson of Russell.
Named Dean's Scholars with a grade average of 3.20 to 3.49 were Laura A. Cardinal or Warren; Britta M. Haehn, daughter of Timothy and Beth Haehn, Grand Valley; Matthew S. Pascuzzi, son of Richard and Patricia Pascuzzi, Warren; and Christina N. Swaney of Youngsville.
Several students were named to the dean's list at Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, for the fall term:
Nicholas A. Anderson, Warren, associate of applied science, welding technology;
Kristi R. California, Warren, bachelor of science, physician assistant;
Matthew D. Jeffrey, Warren, bachelor of science, information technology: network specialist concentration;
James A. Leichtenberger, Sheffield, associate of applied science, heavy construction equipment technology: operator emphasis;
James M. Lundberg, Warren, bachelor of science, electronics and computer engineering technology;
Justin M. Miscik, Spring Creek, associate of applied science, welding technology.
Patrick S. Conklin graduated from the Schreyer's Honor Program at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, with high distinction on Dec. 19, 2008, with a bachelor's degree in fine arts. He is continuing his education at Edinboro University. Conklin is a 2004 graduate of Youngsville High School.