Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Our Lady Of Mercy Academy for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Our Lady Of Mercy Academy, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing. (see more)
Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Our Lady Of Mercy Academy for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Our Lady Of Mercy Academy, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they are accomplishing.
The University at Albany congratulates more than 4,000 students who were named to the Fall 2017 Dean's List. Students named to the Dean's List earned at least a 3.5 GPA.
Gettysburg College students take pride in their work, and we are likewise proud to announce their recent academic achievements. Students with a quality point average in the range of 3.300 to 3.599 for a semester's work were recently placed on the Deans' Commendation List. The following students from your area have been placed on the Fall 2017 list:
Loyola University Maryland has announced the members of its fall 2017 Dean's List. In order to qualify for the Dean's List at Loyola, a student must achieve a minimum QPA of at least 3.500 for the term, provided that, in the term they have successfully completed courses totaling a minimum of 15 credits.
The following local residents were among the 176 students who graduated from Roger Williams University in December as part of the Class of 2017.
Having applied the tools of science, education and conservation to become leaders in conversation communities, graduate students in the Global Field Program (GFP) and Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) from Miami Unviersity's Project Dragonfly finish their master's studies.
Every spring, Siena scholars from all academic areas gather together at the annual Academic Celebration. The day of celebration begins with a presentation session in the Sarazen Student Union where all students are invited to showcase their research and final projects.
As first-year students embark on their college experience, they will all take part in Loyola's living learning program, Messina. The common text for Messina is Just Mercy, by Bryan Stevenson. The book, a compelling first-hand account of a lawyer who defends the poor and wrongly condemned, speaks to the inequality in the justice system.
Students pursue international internships, do original research, engage in meaningful service learning and form lasting bonds and friendships, all while improving their employment prospects.
In summer 2015, graduate students from Miami University's Project Dragonfly will travel from throughout the U.S. to Africa, Asia, Australia and the Americas to engage in action projects on vital human and ecological issues.
SUNY Oswego students served as interns in a wide variety of on-campus positions in spring 2017, providing a strong on-the-job learning experience to amplify their coursework.
Nearly 60 Ohio Wesleyan University students spent spring break participating on one of OWU's seven Interfaith Service teams. Chad Johns, director of the Interfaith Service program, said the student-created teams incorporate "intentional service and reflection with people of diverse faiths, philosophies, and perspectives [to] deepen our understanding of ourselves and each other, even as we work to improve the world around us."
Graduate students from Miami University's Project Dragonfly & Eight Master Institutions making a difference in human and ecological communities
Graduate students in the Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) from Miami University's Project Dragonfly and eight Master Institutions have been awarded a Community Engagement badge from the university for making a difference in human and ecological communities. As part of the AIP, students apply the tools of conservation science and advance the tenets central to the master's degree: inquiry, community and voice.
SUNY Oswego has awarded Merit Scholarships to a select group of students who are starting at the college in fall 2015. The Merit awards are $3,000 over four years. For non-New York state students, the total award can increase to as much as $35,000 in combination with a Destination Oswego scholarship.
On April 25 the Creative Arts Department and Stage III hosted the fifth annual Hollywood Trashion Fashion event. Taryn Dibble '13, with her costume titled "Connection Disconnection," was crowned champion. Kat Canavan '15, who modeled her design titled "Springtime Red Carpet Stroll," received second place and Erin Griffin '13, with her piece "Ode to Capstone," was awarded third place. Costumes were judged based on runway style, design and creative use of materials.