Youngstown State University graduates

YOUNGSTOWN — The following local residents were awarded degrees at Youngstown State University’s fall commencement.

Alliance: Ozzy Chaney, master’s of science in education in counseling.

Columbiana: Paul Arthur, bachelor’s of social work; Luke Barker, master’s of science in education in counseling; Miranda Carney, bachelor’s of arts in psychology; Jake DeJong, bachelor’s of arts in history; James Freeman, doctor of education in educational leadership; Thomas Higbee, bachelor’s of science in applied science in criminal justice; Jane Mackey, bachelor’s of arts in psychology; Michelle Neiser, master’s of business administration in general business; Nicholas Oliver, associate’s of technical study in electric utility technology; Leah Rohan, bachelor’s of science in biology; Rebecca Rupert, bachelor’s of science in applied science in family and consumer studies and a post baccalaureate certificate in applied gerontology.

East Liverpool: Aleena Claybrook, bachelor’s of science in applied science in exercise science; Joel Gillespie, bachelor’s of music in music performance; Tori Wright, bachelor’s of science in applied science in forensic science.

East Palestine: Megan Brown, bachelor’s of science in biology; Laura Garvin, bachelor’s of fine arts in art studio graphic+interactive design track; Nicole Johnson, bachelor’s of arts in telecommunication studies media arts track; Isaac Ree, bachelor’s of arts in psychology.

Hanoverton: Amanda Hruby, bachelor’s of science in applied science in forensic science.

Leetonia: Lana Horvath, bachelor’s of arts in psychology.

Lisbon: Abbey Brammer, bachelor’s of social work; Jared Lyder, bachelor’s of science in education in integrated language arts education; Gregg Weber, master’s of arts in gerontology.

Negley: Christopher Eichler, bachelor’s of science in business administration in accounting and a certificate in nonprofit leadership.

New Waterford: Joel Hively, master’s of business administration in general business; Hannah Vollnogle, master’s of science in education in counseling.

Salem: Craig Bletso, master’s of accountancy; Geraldyne Bloomingdale, bachelor’s of general studies; Luke Eusebio, master’s of public health; Mark Schreffler, master’s of arts in financial economics.

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