New doctor receives award
Dr. Robert Nardelli of Eynon received an award from Pace University for outstanding student of the year — excellence in academics. He received a Doctor of Professional Studies degree in computing.
Local residents were among the 70 University of Scranton students inducted into Upsilon Phi Delta, the national honor society for graduate and undergraduate students in healthcare administration programs. The university’s chapter of the honor society was established in 2002. Students inducted included: Thomas Conaboy of Archbald, Samantha Zilla of Throop and Chelsea Lucchesi of Olyphant.
King’s College students from this area who received degrees include: Vince E. McClain of Scott Township, who earned a master of education; Danielle Ann Jurnak of Scott Township, who earned a Master of Science in health care administration; Edwin Paramo De La Rosa of Dickson City, who earned a Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice; Juliana Francine Muta of Greenfield Township earned a Bachelor of Arts in education; Veronica A. Evans of Carbondale, who earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology; John Edward Cassidy of Throop, who earned a Bachelor of Science in accounting and Isabella Angelina Gabriele of Carbondale, who earned a Bachelor of
Science in marketing.
Among the 60 students who studied abroad during the Spring semester was James McKane of Archbald, a history major at University of Scranton, who participated in the university travel course, Britain: Past and Present in London, United Kingdom.