St. Mary's College of Maryland Graduates 34 St. Mary's Countians - Southern Maryland Headline News

St. Mary's College of Maryland Graduates 34 St. Mary's Countians


ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. (June 6, 2008) - The St. Mary's College of Maryland's (SMCM) graduating class of 2008 included 34 students from St. Mary's County. The graduation ceremony was held on Saturday, May 10.

The 2008 graduates from St. Mary's County are:

Anna Christine Brown, of Leonardtown, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology and sociology.

Monica Nan Bulger, of Park Hall, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in International Languages and Cultures (for Chinese) with a minor in International Languages and Cultures (for Spanish). Bulger graduated Cum Laude (3.5-3.699 GPA).

April M. Corrice, of Lexington Park, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology. Corrice graduated Summa Cum Laude (3.9-4.0 GPA) and was elected to the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa, an organization recognizing individuals for scholarly achievement, broad cultural interests, and good charac-ter.

Sean Anthony Escobar, of Great Mills, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in economics.

Marianne I. Gallagher, of Saint Inigoes, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in history.

Kali N. Gates, of Great Mills, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in biology and a minor in environ-mental studies.

Molly Marie Grinder, of Great Mills, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in economics.

Rachael Lynne Guy, of Clements, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in computer science.

Darren Gregory Hardman, of Leonardtown, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in history.

Elizabeth June Hargraves, of Lexington Park, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics. Hargraves graduated Summa Cum Laude (3.9-4.0 GPA) and was elected to the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa, an organization recognizing individuals for scholarly achievement, broad cultural interests, and good character.

Lynsey Nichole Hayden, of Hollywood, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in human studies. Hayden graduated Cum Laude (3.5-3.699 GPA).

Marybeth Anne Heather, of Lexington Park, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology.

Kelley Starr Hernandez, of Great Mills, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in biology and a minor in environmental studies.

Margaret Elizabeth Ingram, of Lexington Park, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in religious studies and a minor in women, gender, and sexuality studies. Ingram graduated Cum Laude (3.5-3.699 GPA).

Virginia Katherine Insley, of St. Mary's City, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in music and International Languages and Cultures (for German). Insley graduated Magna Cum Laude (3.7-3.899 GPA) and also received a Nitze Scholar Program Distinction.

The Nitze Scholars Program is designed for highly motivated students with exceptional academic potential and a proven record of leadership and service. As part of a small cohort of peers, Nitze Scholars meet some of the components of the general education curriculum through a series of thematically organized interdisciplinary courses with special components such as a study-tour abroad and collaborative activities on campus.

Stacey Rebecca Loftis, of California, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in biochemistry.

Rianna Marie Lyons, of California, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English.

Jennifer Melissa Marchant, of Lexington Park, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in political science.

Michael Stephen McHenry, of Leonardtown, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in economics and a minor in mathematics.

Isabel Marie McNutt, of Mechanicsville, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in business economics.

Sandra Elizabeth Raynor, of Lexington Park, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in art.

Asta Rose Repenning, of Mechanicsville, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in political science. Re-penning graduated Cum Laude (3.5-3.699 GPA).

Brian Thomas Russell, of Valley Lee, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in biology.

Thomas More Ryan, of Lexington Park, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in history and a minor in African and African Diaspora Studies.

Emily Ann Marie Schadegg, of Leonardtown, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in economics.

David Michael Stamm, of Hollywood, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in history and a minor in democracy studies.

Mathew James Stokes, of Park Hall, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English.

Scott M. Strickland, of Saint Inigoes, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology and sociology.

Daniel James Tanner, of Ridge, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics. Tanner graduated Summa Cum Laude (3.9-4.0) and was elected to the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa, an organization recognizing individuals for scholarly achievement, broad cultural interests, and good character.

Krystle Nicole Wagemann, of Lexington Park, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English.

Brittanny Renae Wilson, of Great Mills, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology.

Crispin Andrew Wilson, of Dameron, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in International Languages and Cultures (for Chinese).

Tammy J. Zemke, of Lexington Park, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in biology.

Paula Kay Zweimiller, of Great Mills, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology.

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