Boyer School Announces 14 Seniors Accepted to Graduate Programs

by Public Relations | May 08, 2018

May 8, 2018

Saint Vincent College Boyer School announces 14 seniors accepted to graduate schools

The Saint Vincent College Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing announced that 14 seniors who majored in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, computing and information science, engineering science, environmental chemistry or physics have been accepted and will pursue advanced degrees at prestigious graduate schools.  Pictured are bottom row, left to right: Dr. Caryl Fish, professor of chemistry and chair of integrated science, Sarah Hejnosz of West Mifflin, chemistry major, Ph.D. in chemistry, Duquesne University; Katryna Williams of Mount Pleasant, biochemistry major, Ph.D. in chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Rachel Baumann of Greensburg, computing and information science major, M.S. in criminology, Saint Vincent College; Maria Laura Beecher of Milford, Connecticut, biology major, Ph.D. in biomedical sciences, University of Pittsburgh; middle row, left to right: Caitlin Johnson of Ridgway, biochemistry major, Ph.D. in biochemistry/biophysics, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill; Connor McCormick of Upper St. Clair (15241), chemistry major, Ph.D. in chemistry, Penn State University; Katie Smith of Mount Pleasant, biology major, M.S. in biology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Heather LeClerc of Plantsville, Connecticut, environmental chemistry major, M.S. chemical engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Joseph Marcinik of Latrobe, physics major, Ph.D. in physics, UCLA; Dr. Cynthia Martincic, associate professor and department chair of computing and information systems; top row, left to right: Dr. Paul Follansbee, James F. Will Professor and department chair of Engineering Science; Brian Shaffer of Hunker, engineering science major, M.S. in Operational Excellence, Saint Vincent College; Claire Jackman of Strongsville, Ohio, biology major, Ph.D. in behavioral neuroscience, Kent State University; Joshua Centore of Canonsburg, biochemistry major, Ph.D. in nutrition, Case Western Reserve University; Margaret (Meg) Birmingham of Grove City, biochemistry major, M.S. in geology, University of Kansas; and Dr. Stephen Jodis, dean of the Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing.

Missing from the photo is Jennifer Haseleu of Moon Township, biochemistry major, M.S. in biomedical sciences, Duquesne University.


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