Monday, June 03, 2002

Two achieve dean's lists



Enquirer staff and news services

        The following were named to the first semester dean's list at their college or university:

        Jordan Diegmueller, a freshman education major at Miami University. The Lakota West High School graduate is the daughter of Joy and Jim Diegmueller of West Chester Township.

        Erica Bolden, a senior with a double major in speech communication and Spanish at Miami University. The Princeton High School graduate is the daughter of Marquerite and Eric Bolden of Indian Hill.

       

Professor honored

        Jane Butler Kahle, Miami University's Condit Endowed Professor of Science Education, has received the Willystine Goodsell Award from the American Educational Research Association in recognition of her scholarship, activism and community building on behalf of women in education.

        She has also been named a National Associate of the National Academies.

        She has been a Miami faculty member since 1989.

       

Youth leaders

        Sophomores Alexandra Ebelof Mariemont High School, and Kathleen Johnson of Princeton High School were chosen as ambassadors to the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar at the University of Dayton this summer.

       

Earns scholarship

        Janah Long has been awarded a Trustees Scholarship and the Rev. Rufus S. Tarrant Grant to attend Capital University, Columbus, Ohio.

        The Finneytown High School senior is the daughter of Stephanie and William Long Jr. of Finneytown. She plans to major in elementary education.

       Call: 755-4165. Fax: 755-4150. Mail: Congrats, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 7700 Service Center Drive, West Chester, OH 45069.

       



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