Tuesday, November 06, 2001
Wyoming grad makes honors list
Sophomore Abigail Neugebauer was named to the second-semester president's list with a 4.0 grade point average at Miami University. She is enrolled in the Early Childhood Program, majoring in elementary education.
The Wyoming High School graduate is the daughter of Judy and Glenn Neugebauer of Wyoming.
Cincinnati Machine, a UNOVA company, has awarded four-year Merit Scholarships to the following children of employees:
Robin Davidson, Amelia High School graduate, who is a freshman majoring in pre-dentistry at the University of Toledo. She ranked second in her graduating class. She received 70 academic and nonacademic awards, including 2001 Outstanding Senior Woman and 2001 Athlete of the Year. She is the daughter of Ethel and Roy Davidson.
Rebecca Haverkamp, also an Amelia graduate, who is a freshman at Xavier University majoring in computer science. In addition, she received a Xavier Presidential Scholarship and an Ohio Board of Regents Scholarship. She is the daughter of Cathie and Rick Haverkamp.
Caryn Creamer, of the University of South Carolina, has accepted membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, a highly selective, nonprofit honors organization. The society recognizes first- and second-year undergraduate students who excel academically.
Ms. Creamer achieved Honor Grade Status her first four semesters at South Carolina. The Lakota West High School graduate is the daughter of Cindy and Ron Creamer of West Chester Township.
Studies in Spain
Elizabeth Burlage, a junior majoring in education and Spanish at Bowling Green State University, studied last summer at the University of Alcala, Spain. She also was named to the summer dean's list.
The McAuley High School graduate is the daughter of Linda and Bob Burlage of Dent.
Makes air team
Air Force Staff Sgt. Sean White has been assigned to the Air Force Air Demonstration Team, Thunderbirds. The Finneytown High School graduate is the son of Cheryl and Rick White of Finneytown.
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