On Saturday, May 9th at 10 a.m., Penn State Wilkes-Barre and Chancellor Charles Davis will honor Penn State University's 2015 graduating class during a commencement ceremony taking place in the campus' Athletic and Recreation Building.
Supply Chain Management Certificate: Rick Aldrich [Hanover Township], Chad Casterline [Hunlock Creek], Cynthia Greco [Milnesville], Joshua Korczakowski [Exeter], Dawn Kowalski [Hanover Township], Tye Kreider [New Providence], Amanda Kupris [MountainTop], Lorena Langan [Trucksville], Rebecca Pawlowski [Luzerne], Nichole Seiwell [Kingston], Roger Thrash [Weatherly], Donna Wolthouse [Tunkhannock]
Associate in Business Administration: Alec J. Bevan [Tunkhannock], Corey R. Podminick [Meshoppen], Ira L. Staff [Factoryville]
Associate in Surveying Engineering Technology: Joshua S. Kinney [Dunmore], Austin L. Lehrian [Greentown], Brian Liepinis [New Milford], Frank Lombardo [Yatesville], Taylor M. Shepley [Shamokin], Eric F. Schraft [Rockaway, NJ], Michael B. Vadas [Hollidaysburg]
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology: Jeremy E. Antal [Hughestown], Michael P. Arjune [Tobyhanna], Brenda Carrasco-Sickmon [Wilkes-Barre], James P. Cosgrove [White Haven], Johnnie Dang [Scranton], Curtis J. Darling [Montrose], William M. Jezewski [Nanticoke], Joseph D. Justave Jr. [Harding], Daniel H. Leighow [Zion Grove], James D. Lewis [Falls]
Bachelor of Science in Surveying Engineering: Christopher S. Albee [Dallas], Mark Bugelholl [West Pittston], Shane M. Dalton [Harding], David A. Levandoski [Swoyersville], Heather A. Nicholson [Lehman], Mark J. Rowe [New Milford], Aaron M. Severance [Kane], Alexander R. Wood [Jeannette]
Bachelor of Science in Information Sciences and Technology: Anthony D. Aquilina, Jr. [Mountain Top], Robert P. Carey [Wilkes-Barre], Joseph G. Demellier [West Pittston], Andrew Hill [Dallas], Derek D. Uber [Milford], Randall L. Welsh [Hunlock Creek]
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism: Caitlin M. Kelly [Tunkhannock]
Bachelor of Arts in Telecommunications: Casey L. Dawes [Hunlock Creek]
Bachelor of Arts in English: John W. Devers [Kingston], Meghan E. Flanagan [Wilkes-Barre], John L. Kanarr [Shavertown], Mary J. Kusmierz [Wyalusing], Charlene M. McSparron [Sayre], Amber L. Rinaldi [Wyoming], Brittany L. Roberts [Wyoming], Thomas M. Roe Jr. [Clarks Summit]
Bachelor of Arts in Letters, Arts, and Sciences: Daniel J. Nawrocki [Exeter]
Bachelor of Science in Administration of Justice: Aaron E. Antal [Dupont], Patrick L. Daly [Dumont], James M. Dunleavy [Wilkes-Barre], Taylor B. Dunn [Dallas], Matthew W. Englert [Lake Ariel], Hannah R. Eroh [Bloomsburg], Kelsey T. Hall [Kingston], Kyle J. Hering [Dpo], Joel D. Hill [Old Forge], Brittany M. Janosov [Plains], Keith X. Johnson [Bronx, NY], Bre Yan A. Jones [Chester], Ross M. Lavan [Wilkes-Barre], Ryan McAndrew [Dallas], Ryan A. McDermott [Stroudsburg], Chelsea A. McMurry [Virginia Beach, VA], Christopher J. Metcalf [Columbia, NJ], Ronald L. Missal [Wilkes-Barre], Francis Norella [Carbondale], Amy Novak [Exeter], Ethan R. Rosenstein [Endwell, NY], Christina M. Salvaggio [West Wyoming], Matthew Tinklepaugh [Lake Ariel], Thomas Tomasco [Wilkes-Barre], Erin G. Van Burren [Dingmans Ferry], Sarah E. Walker [Wapwallopen], Kayla White [Scranton]
Bachelor of Science in Business: Jordan D. Agnew [Dallas], Serena M. Cheatley [Plymouth], Lindsay R. Clime [Larksville], William E. Dankwah [Falls Church, VA], Christopher J. Kovaleski [Swoyersville], Lee R. Kozokas [Trucksville]. Kelly Mazur [Shavertown], Denzel J. Mensah [South Plainfield, NJ], Edward S. Moffett [Bernville], Jillian O'Connell [Dallas], Ali F. Paris-Hasan [Dallas], Brady G. Sutliff [Shickshinny], Lorianne Zaleski [Wilkes-Barre]
Penn State Wilkes-Barre provides a world-renowned university in a smaller, personal setting. Dedicated staff and teachers have helped students of all ages since the campus' inception in 1916 and continue to provide excellent education and support. Penn State Wilkes-Barre boasts eight Bachelor's degrees and three Associate's degrees and the ability to start one of over 160 degrees at Penn State Wilkes-Barre and continue at another campus. Penn State University is committed to equal opportunity and diversity in both its employees and students.