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Cedar Crest College

Carolina Beverage of Taylor participated in Cedar Crest College’s 2019-2020 Annual Day of Service. Each year during new student orientation, students are provided an opportunity to begin their civic journey by volunteering during the annual Day of Service.

King’s College

Michele McGowan, associate professor and graduate program director of health care administration at King’s College, recently learned her submission to the Institute of Management Accountants Educational Case Journal, “Internal Medicine Associates: Decision Analysis in an Evolving Healthcare Environment,” was the third-place winner of the Summer Case Writing Competition.

As the bronze winner, McGowan, a resident of Moosic, will receive a monetary award and her case will be submitted for publication review in the journal.

Internal Medicine Associates calls upon students to provide an analysis of the financial sustainability of a physician practice, leading to a recommendation regarding whether the practice should remain independent or the physicians should obtain employment within a local healthcare system.

Kutztown University

Kutztown University students performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City on Sept. 30. Brendan Bordick Lesavag of Old Forge was one of the performers.

Presented by Distinguished Concerts in International New York, the Kutztown Chamber Players performed Mediterranean-inspired music by Greek composer Dinos Constantinides.

Wilkes University

Wilkes University students are participating in internships for the fall 2019 semester. Gena Cadwalder of Old Forge, a psychology major, is interning with Children’s Service Center.

University of Scranton

Lauren Cawley of Duryea was among the 18 incoming students awarded four-year, full-tuition Presidential Scholarships at The University of Scranton.

Presidential Scholarships are awarded to incoming first-year students with outstanding records in high school and notable community involvement. The scholarship covers four years of full tuition provided the student maintains at least a 3.25 grade point average.

Cawley graduated from Scranton Preparatory School. She was a member of the National Honor Society and a student government class representative. In high school, she was also captain of the varsity softball team and co-founded the Respect Life Service Club. Cawley volunteered as a program tutor at Nativity Miguel School and participated in the university’s SPARK Summer Service Program at Chapman Lake and at Junior Leadership Wilkes-Barre.

Cawley plans to major in secondary education-mathematics. She is the daughter of Donna and Brian Cawley, who is a 1989 graduate of The University of Scranton.