Information Update - Spring 2010

The Frank O'Hara and Rose I. Kelly Awards 2009-2010

     The CTLE is a Center of Excellence and is pleased to reward excellence by giving the Frank O'Hara and Rose I. Kelly Awards. The awards were given during a joyous Awards Dinner on Wednesday, December 2, 2009, in the beautiful Heritage Room on the fifth floor of the Weinberg Memorial Library and featured a capacity crowd audience.

     Frank O'Hara awards are presented to first, second, and third-year undergraduate students with the highest grade point average in each of the four undergraduate colleges of the University; and to graduate students with the highest grade point average who are approximately halfway through their program of study in the areas of business, counseling, education, humanities, health administration/human resources administration, Scranton education online, science, and physical therapy (DPT). The award is named in honor of the late Frank O'Hara, who served the University for 53 years in various administrative positions.

The recipients for 2009/10 were as follows:


O'Hara — College of Arts and Sciences

O'Hara Colleges of the Arts & Sciences
From left are Paul Fahey, Ph.D., Acting Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, O'Hara Award recipients Allison E. Carey, Rosemary A. Shaver; Silver Medal: Joanna M. Klimaski, Maria Gubbiotti, William Woody.

O'Hara — Panuska College of Professional Studies

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From left are Debra Pellegrino, Ed. D., Dean of the Panuska College of Professional Studies, and O'Hara Award recipients Christina F. Lennon, Mary Allison Mackell, Megan M. Walsh and Elizabeth J. Reedy

O'Hara — Kania School of Management

Kania School of Management
From left are Paul Perhach, Assistant Dean at the Kania School of Management, and O'Hara Award recipients Amanda S. Marcy and Nicholas A. Caselli, Kaytlin L. Roholt was absent from the photo


O'Hara — College of Graduate and Continuing Education

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From left are: Meg Cullen-Brown, Assistant Dean for Student Services and Advising of the College of Graduate and Continuing Education, Regina Bennett, Assistant Dean for Online and Off-campus Programming of the College of Graduate and Continuing Education, and O'Hara Award recipients Kara Dale, Thomas Gonczi and Lee D. Ashlin

The Rose I. Kelly Awards celebrate the excellence of teachers and students. The Rose I. Kelly Award was established by a University of Scranton alumnus, Joseph Wineburgh, Ph.D., to link the efforts of educators to the achievements of college students. It is an award presented jointly to a student in each undergraduate college who has completed two years at the University (currently a junior) and to the teacher whom he or she recognizes as having had a great impact on his/her life. The student selected by each college will have demonstrated exemplary achievement in both academics and in general campus involvement.

The recipients for 2009/10 were as follows:

Rose Kelly Awards — College of Arts and Sciences

Rose Kelly Awards -CAS
University of Scranton students and their high school teachers who were presented with Rose Kelly Awards from university's College of Arts and Sciences are, from left, Paul Fahey, Ph.D., Acting Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Rose Kelly Award recipients Maria Gubbiotti of Falls and Eileen Palmer, Wyoming Area High School.
 

Rose Kelly Awards —Panuska College of Professional Studies

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From the University's The Panuska College of Professional Studies, are, from left, Debra Pellegrino, Ed. P., Dean of Panuska College of Professional Studies,and Rose Kelly Award recipients Marla Osborne of Carbondale and Joseph Cerra, Carbondale High School.

Rose Kelly Awards — Kania School of Management

Rose Kelly Awards - KSOM
University of Scranton students and their high school teachers who were presented with Rose Kelly Awards from university's College of Arts and Sciences are, from left, Paul Perhach, Assistant Dean at the Kania School of Management, and Rose Kelly Award recipients Joseph Stella of Scranton and Christopher Tigue of the former Bishop O'Hara High School, Tigue is not the principal at Monsignor High School.