LATROBE, PA – Fourteen recent graduates of Saint Vincent College’s Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing have been accepted into graduate and Ph.D. programs across the U.S.
The students include:
-- Laurel Bellocchio, a biochemistry major from Nazareth, who will attend Vanderbilt University to pursue a Ph.D. in chemistry.
-- Randal Cochenour, a mathematics major from Canonsburg, who will attend Saint Vincent College to pursue a master of science in curriculum and instruction.
-- Gina Coldren, a biochemistry major from Perryopolis, who will pursue a master of science in medical sciences at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.
-- Joseph Heath, a biology major from New Castle, who will pursue a Ph.D. in biological sciences at Duquesne University.
-- Justin Hoffman, a biology major from North Huntingdon, who will pursue a master of science in automated science at Carnegie Mellon University.
-- Zelie-Marie Hummer, a chemistry major from Leola, will pursue a Ph.D. in chemistry at Penn State University.
-- Jordan Joseph, an engineering science major from Swissvale, who will attend Carnegie Mellon University to pursue a master of science in civil and environmental engineering.
-- Abby Manning, a biochemistry major from Bethel Park, who will pursue a Ph.D. in biomedical sciences at West Virginia University.
-- Moriah McGuier, a biochemistry major from Avella, who will attend Dartmouth College to pursue a Ph.D. in experimental and molecular medicine.
-- David Mignogna, a physics major from Belle Vernon, who will pursue a master of science in astronautical engineering at Ohio State University.
-- Allie Richter, a mathematics major from Connellsville, who will attend Saint Vincent College to pursue a master of science in counselor education.
-- Austin Sige, a biology major from Harrison City, who will attend Coastal Carolina University to pursue a master of science in coastal marine and wetland studies.
-- Stephanie Vaughn, a biology major from Clarks Mills, who will pursue a Ph.D. in biology at the University of Mississippi.
-- Maura Williams, a mathematics major from New Wilmington, who will be attending Clemson University to pursue a master of architecture degree.
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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