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FairfaxEducationSchools & Military, 7/7/22 edition

Schools & Military, 7/7/22 edition

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News of the achievements of local students and members of the Armed Forces.

•• Asma Abdulkader of Oakton earned a doctorate in pharmacy, Eunhye Joo of Oakton earned a doctorate in pharmacy and a master of science degree in pharmacogenomics and personalized medicine, Ye Ji Kwon of McLean earned a doctorate in pharmacy, Madeleine Moore of Vienna earned a doctorate in pharmacy, Tara Nguyen of Vienna earned a doctorate in pharmacy and a master of science degree in pharmacogenomics and personalized medicine, Ashleigh Cresswell of McLean earned a master of science degree in physician-assistant studies, Kylie Wingate of Vienna earned a bachelor of science degree in nursing, Eleanor Ennis of McLean earned a bachelor of science degree in nursing and Josephine Vaccaro of Oakton earned a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice during recent commencement exercises at Shenandoah University.

•• Shanya Chandel of Vienna earned a master of arts degree in psychology, Rachel Helfgott of Vienna earned a master of science degree in criminal justice, Felix De Anda of McLean earned a master of science degree in special education, Nicholas Petrovich of Vienna earned a bachelor of business administration degree in marketing, Kathryn Warnecki of Great Falls earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in design and Rebecca Salen of Vienna earned a bachelor of science degree in biology during recent commencement exercises at Radford University.

•• Afnan Asiri of Vienna earned a bachelor of science degree in finance, Kyle Jung of Vienna earned a bachelor of science degree in marketing and Simon Abennet of Vienna earned a bachelor of science degree in finance during recent commencement exercises at the University of Tampa.

•• Kelsie Hao of McLean earned a bachelor of arts degree in art and computer science during recent commencement exercises at Williams College, and was named recipient of the Dorothy Towne Award.

•• Harsha Sunkara of Great Falls has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Bryant University.

•• Samuel Spinuzzi of McLean has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Missouri University of Science & Technology.

•• Buddy Moya of McLean has been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Drury University.

•• Ella Preston of McLean, Maddie Dunlap of Vienna, Sarah Ward of Vienna, Steven Preston of McLean and Ryan Smith of Oakton have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Wheaton College.

•• Hannah Chaikin of Vienna and Virginia Lucey of Great Falls have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Hollins College.

•• Caroline Burns of Great Falls, Luke Maloney of McLean, Sofia Aguiar of McLean and Riley Fitzsimmons of Vienna have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Fairfield University.

•• The following local students have been named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at James Madison University.

– From Dunn Loring: Matthew Ngheim.

– From Great Falls: Pouya Parsinejad, Joseph Femia, Heather Wahab, Grace Hardardt, Brooke Vivienzo, Danielle Generous, Lucas Anderson, Mitchell Langford, Abigail Paredes, John Bush, Olivia Elkas, Emily McMahel, Sarah Ormond.

– From McLean: Emma Privtera, Eli Mulligan, Madeleine Duley, Garrett Palmer, Matthew Wong, Paul Campion, Grace Mirabello, Jenna Levetown, Andrew Norton, Sofia D’Ermes, Caroline Ludwick, Ian Macleod, Katherine Gardenier, Alexander Garcia, Devon Bjorge, Sarah DiMeglio, Linsey Wenk, Toby Howard, Nariella Fernandez, Cayla Davis, Jane Gerrard, Francis Hawkins, Elizabeth Ghyka, Patrick Begala, Cyrus Kaviani.

– From Oakton: Alexander Dimitri, Grant Warner, Michael Fronzaglia, Maxim Forbang, Ewen Hives, Larry Rice, Cassandra Brazinsky, Harrison Patel, David Guarnieri, Alexander Shin, Calvin Kopstein, Sara Wharff, Audrey Penny.
– From Vienna: Brendan Trainer, Liam Corrado, Lukas Gose, Kaylee Eiseman, Catherine Kirkhorn, Sofiya Biryukova, William Hemmingson, Andrew Roberts, Katherine Cherpes, Saide Aram, Haley Lubeley, John Prillaman, Dana El-Zoobie, JuanJerez-Minguia, Kevin Kotowski, Madeline Burns, Tate Lemm, Christopher Walton, Robert Williams, Andrew McBride, Grace Cornman, Alexis O’Donnell, Ethan Howard, Grace McConville, Paige Bateman, Nathan Reed, Lucas Abousleiman, Liam McNulty, Kristopher Bergquist, Sarah Heymsfeld, Devon Lussier, Catherine Morrissey, Elsa Coleman, Charissa Park, Chole Clark, Benjamin Dang, Veronika Miller, Andrew Zarazinski, Jackson Collett, Elsa McKenney, Samuel Bradley, Kayla Eksteen,Madeline Query, Julia Dalton, Sarah Carmen, Esha Maskeri, Teodora Hryshchyshyn, Sydney Marvin, Katherine Snare, Sarah Grace, Saide Carany, Ciara Barrett, Evan Bremser, Anna Stein, Heather Duenas, Rachel Giles, Gavin Bundy, Samuel Sorrell and Andrew Blackwell.

•• Nicholas Fiorenza of Oakton, a junior majoring in aerospace engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, was a member of a student team that recently completed the research project “The Future of Humanity in Space.”

•• Kriesh Tivare of Cooper Middle School has been a state merit winner in the 2022 3M Young Scientist Challenge.

The challenge asks students in grades 5 to 8 to identify an everyday problem in their classroom, community or the world, and submit a one-to-two-minute video communicating the science behind their solution.

Tivare was among 31 state merit winners from across the nation. Those chosen as finalists will travel to 3M’s Innovation Center in Minnesota in October to participate in the final competition.

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