Tuesday, November 13, 2001


Teacher, Aiken receive honors

        Midge Bateman, Aiken High School science teacher, was selected the 2000-2001 Environmental Educator of the Year by Keep Cincinnati Beautiful and Procter & Gamble.

        In addition, Aiken was awarded an Excellence in Environmental Education Certificate of Merit for its students and staff showing continued dedication to environmental education and stewardship in the College Hill community.

On dean's list

               The following were named to the second semester dean's list in the School of Allied Health Professionals at St. Louis University:

        Junior physical therapy major Lissa Thier. The Ursuline Academy graduate was also the Conference USA Women's Soccer Student Athlete for achievement of the Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll.

        Sarah Schlomer, a physical therapy and psychology major. She is a graduate of Mother of Mercy High School.

Mensa awards

               The Cincinnati Chapter of Mensa, the high-IQ society, awarded scholarships to the following students:

        1st Place Award — Christine Palmer of Clifton, a doctoral candidate at Hebrew Union College — Jewish Institute of Religion.

        2nd Place Award — Paula Pant of Springdale, a graduate of Ursuline Academy.

        3rd Place Award — Sheri Jones of Hamilton, a graduate of Hamilton High School.

        Additional local winners of regional/national awards were:

        Paula Popper of Lebanon, a student at the Creative Health Institute and the Ohio Academy of Holistic Health; and Jeffery Cooley of Clifton, a doctoral candidate at Hebrew Union College — Jewish Institute of Religion.

Basic training

               The following privates have graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.:

        Adam Long, a graduate of Norwood High School and son of Terry Long of Norwood; Brent Cochrane, Colerain High School graduate and son of Van Cochrane of Bevis; Matthew Mistler, Oak Hills High School graduate and son of William Mistler of Delhi Township; and Robert Bowman, son of Pam Gross of Liberty, Ind. and Randy Bowman of Middletown.

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