Collegians earn honors in spring semester
Baldwin Wallace University: Molly Cancian of Brunswick, was inducted into Baldwin Wallace University’s Alpha Mu Zeta chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, International English Honor Society. Cancian, an English major, shared the honor with 10 other students.
To qualify for membership, students are required to complete at least two collegiate courses in English language or literature, beyond the usual requirements in freshman English; have a minimum of a B, or equivalent average, in English and in general scholarship; rank in the top 35% of their class; and complete at least three semesters of college course work.
*Local students were inducted into the Baldwin Wallace University chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma National College Athlete Honor Society in the spring 2022 semester. Society membership is extended to student-athletes selected by their athletic department in consultation with their head coach at a four-year accredited institution that is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association or the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics.
The following students from our area were among 89 inducted: Maddie Miller of Medina, a graduate of Medina Senior High School majoring in pre-allied health/pre-physical therapy; Austin Olsavsky of Medina, a graduate of Medina Senior High School majoring in national security; Nick Pankow of Medina, a graduate of Medina Senior High School and Andras Fabian of Hinckley, a graduate of Highland High School majoring in cybersecurity analyst.
*Students from our area were inducted into Baldwin Wallace University’s Kappa Omega Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, in the spring 2022 semester.
Inductees include Nicole Babik of Medina, a graduate of Highland High School majoring in middle childhood education; Maddie Boltz of Medina, a graduate of Cloverleaf Senior High School majoring in early childhood education; Arianna Dodds of Hinckley, a graduate of Brunswick High School majoring in adolescent and young adult education and English integrated language arts; Alyssa Guzman of Brunswick, a graduate of North Royalton High School majoring in early childhood education; Ryah Moner of Brunswick, a graduate of Brunswick High School majoring in early childhood education and Allison O’Connell of Brunswick, a graduate of Brunswick High School.
*Students from our area were among 30 exceptional writers and artists whose work was selected for publication in the 2022 edition of Baldwin Wallace University’s annual literary and art journal, The Mill. The following local students had works included: Lillian McAfee of Medina, a graduate of Medina Senior High School majoring in film studies, published a work titled “Familiar Strangers - Scene Six;” Arianna Dodds of Hinckley, a graduate of Brunswick High School majoring in adolescent and young adult education and English integrated language arts, published a work titled “The Creek;” Molly Cancian of Brunswick, an English major, published a work titled “Mouth Wired Shut.”
Each edition of The Mill showcases and celebrates the creative works of student writers and artists across different disciplines. The student-directed and student-operated journal is dedicated to displaying the unique ideas, visions and voices of BW’s talented students.
Youngstown State University: Nina Alachniewicz of Medina was recognized at Youngstown State University’s Annual Student Awards Banquet for completing the YSU Emerging Leaders Program. Alachniewicz is a Business Administration major. ELP is a dynamic leadership development program that emphasizes leadership being a life-long journey involving self-discovery, collaborative relationships, and empowering community.
Trine University: Trevor Ransbury of Medina completed requirements for a degree from Trine University at the end of the Spring 2022 semester. Ransbury earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering at Trine. Ransbury also earned Dean’s List recognition for the Spring 2022 term
Grove City College: The following students were named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2022 semester at Grove City College. Medina students, Julia DiMalant, Abigail Gehman, Rebecca Ruth, Jed Speers, Erin Venus and Allayna Wirebaugh as well as Mac Hancock of Brunswick who earned Dean’s List with High Distinction honors.
Ruth and Speers were also among 547 who received degrees from Grove City College on May 14.
Ohio Dominican University: Ohio Dominican University has named 292 students to its 2022 spring semester Dean’s List. Medina residents who earned the honor are Lucas Nowosielski and Shannon Wojciak.
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