Eleven Boyer School Grads Accepted into Allied Health Programs

by Public Relations | May 29, 2020

Allied Health School Acceptances

LATROBE, PA –  Eleven recent graduates of Saint Vincent College’s Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing have been accepted into allied health programs at institutions across the U.S.

The students include:

-- Jenna Answine, a chemistry major from Greensburg, who will pursue a master of  physician assistant science degree at Saint Francis University.

-- Danielle DeRienzo, an integrated science major from Venetia, who will pursue a master of physician assistant science degree at Seton Hill University.

-- Allison Hartsek, an integrated science major from Uniontown, who will pursue a doctor of occupational therapy degree at Kettering College.

-- Matthew Jaeger, an integrated science major from Ligonier, who will pursue a doctorate of pharmacy at Duquesne University.

-- Gerald Killiany, an integrated science major from Greensburg, who will pursue a doctorate of pharmacy at Duquesne University.

-- Alyssa Le, a bioinformatics major from Scottdale, who will pursue a master of physician assistant studies degree at Mercyhurst University.

-- Leah Memmo, an integrated science major from Bridgeville, who will attend Nova Southeastern University to pursue a doctor of physical therapy degree.

-- Sarah Proud, an integrated science major from Uniontown, who will attend La Roche University to pursue a master of science in nursing.

-- Dorothy Rowe, a biochemistry major from Ambridge, who will enter the accelerated bachelor of science in nursing program at Baldwin Wallace University.

-- Olivia Scott, a chemistry major from Pittsburgh (15217), who will enter Duquesne University’s Second Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.

-- Caroline Snyder, an integrated science major from Cumberland, Maryland, who will pursue of master of science in nursing at La Roche University.

The Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing offers undergraduate and graduate students a rigorous, integrated curriculum grounded in the founding principles of the Catholic and Benedictine tradition. These principles create an environment for study characterized by mutual respect, personal attention and open dialogue. The School emphasizes creative and logical problem solving, active learning, opportunities for research and co-curricular activities that stimulate personal growth and intellectual development which enable graduates to pursue careers in their chosen disciplines and contribute to the advancement of these fields of study.

 

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