News of the achievements of local students and members of the Armed Forces.
•• Warren Breiseth of Great Falls earned a bachelor of science degree in integrated marketing communication and Alejandra Galdo of McLean earend a bachelor of music degree in performance, magna cum laude, during recent commencement exercises at Ithaca College.
•• Hayden Stansbury of McLean earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration during recent commencement exercises at The Citadel.
•• Sophia Bernstein of McLean, a graduate of Madeira School; Henry Boehm of McLean, a graduate of the Potomac School; Gregory Kopp of McLean, a graduate of Gonzaga College High School; and Alexandra Lee Hoffman of McLean, a graduate of Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Hamilton College.
•• Amelia Smith of Great Falls, Alexander Finn of Vienna and Kaila Brown of Great Falls have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the University of Tampa.
•• Austin Dennis of Vienna, Jacob Riddle of Vienna and Ethan deBorja of Vienna have been named to the honor roll for the spring semester at Oregon State University.
•• Jesse Morgan of Great Falls and Samuel Langborgh of Vienna have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the Florida Institute of Technology.
•• Ian Bellino of Great Falls and Whitney Wiley of Vienna have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the University of New Hampshire.
•• John Clark of McLean and O’Kelly McWilliams of Oakton have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Wofford College.
•• Emelia Potteiger of Great Falls is a member of a James Madison University team that is headed to the final round of this summer’s Community Bank Case-Study Competition.
The JMU team is among five out of an original pool of 23 to make it to the finals. The competition challenges students to identify the most significant trend at work in the banking industry in the past decade, then forecast what the emerging trends of the next 10 years will be.
The James Madison team’s success follows its first-place finish in April at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s Academic Challenge, another case-study competition.