Monday, January 21, 2002
UC sophomore makes dean's list
Robert Cassidy, a sophomore majoring in pre-law, was named to the autumn quarter dean's list at the University of Cincinnati.
The Harrison High School graduate is the son of Mary and Charles Cassidy of Harrison.
Jack Chin, the Rufus King Professor of Law at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, was named to a list of the 25 most notable Asians in America. He was recognized in the ""aList 2001'' by aMagazine, a national publication covering the Asian-American community.
Mr. Chin, of O'Bryonville, was selected in acknowledgement of his leadership on a project to repeal anti-Asian Alien Land Laws that were identified as still on record in four states.
The following students spent the fall semester studying abroad through Syracuse University's Division of International Programs Abroad:
In Madrid, Spain: Emily Cunningham of Lebanon, a junior majoring in sociology at Colgate University in Hamilton, N.Y.
In Florence, Italy: Emily Jendrek of Oxford, a senior majoring in visual arts at Oberlin College, Ohio; and Andrea DeAngelo of Symmes Township, a junior majoring in mathematics at Colby College in Waterville, Maine.
In London, England: Emily Parker of Green Township, a junior majoring in psychology at Syracuse University, N.Y.
BA degree earned
Kevin Pohlmeyer has earned a bachelor of arts degree in aviation from Ohio State University. He will continue his aviation career at the ComAir Aviation Academy in Sanford, Fla.
The Turpin High School graduate is the son of Paulette and Jack Pohlmeyer of Anderson Township.
June Reilley, a junior majoring in secondary education at Northern Kentucky University, has been inducted into Omicron Delta Kappa Society, a national leadership society for junior and senior level students that recognizes and encourages superior scholarship,leadership, and exemplary character.
Ms. Reilley, of Madeira, has maintained a 4.0 grade point average for the past two years.
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