Students win DAR American History Award
Emily Ramsey, a senior from Trumbull High School, and Will Quigley, a senior from St. Joseph High School, were chosen by their respective schools to receive the Sarah Riggs Humphreys-Mary Silliman Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution Outstanding Work in American History certificate and bronze medal for their excellence in American history and overall academic character. For more information on the DAR, visit sarahriggshumphreysDAR.org.
Bucknell University — Joseph Cullina; Grace Forster
Eastern Connecticut State University — Erica Andrasi, class of 2016, English; Matthew Curtis, class of 2019, Exploratory Prof. Studies; Sean Doherty, class of 2018, Business Information Systems; Alexandra Galletti, class of 2019, Psychology; Tyler Heche, class of 2017, Political Science; Jason Lima, class of 2016, Business Information Systems; Jason Micalizzi, class of 2019, Business Administration; Victoria Pfohl, class of 2016, Physical Education;
Madeline Tatto, class of 2018, Pre-Elementary Education and Liberal Studies; Cory Watson, class of 2016, Finance; Samuel Watson, class of 2019, Business Administration; Brittany Whitmeyer, class of 2019, Health Sciences
George Washington University — Carley Berlin, a sophomore, School of Media and Public Affairs, majoring in Political Communication.
James Madison University — Hayley Wettenstein
Bucknell University — Joseph Cullina on May 22
Elizabethtown College — Mary Nell Donahue, Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts on May 14.
University of Scranton — Carolyn A. Clyons, Doctor of Physical Therapy with a major in Physical Therapy on May 28.
Siena College — Courtney Wettenstein graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Psychology and a member of the National Honor Society of Psychology. She will be pursuing her Graduate Degree in Speech Pathology at Southern Connecticut State College in the fall.