Monday, July 29, 2002

Congrats


CMU golfer on fall, spring dean's lists

        Adam Schoenling, a psychology major in the School of Humanities, was named to the fall and spring semester dean's lists at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.

        The La Salle High School graduate is a member of the CMU golf team.

        Penn State degree: Brad Briede has earned a bachelor of science degree in management and human resources from the Smeal College of Business administration at Penn State University.

        The graduate of Fairfield High School is the son of Charmaine and Tony Briede of Fairfield.

        Bowling dollars: Cynthia Dollenmeyer won a scholarship for her first place finish in the Ohio State Coca-Cola Youth Bowling Championship district qualifying match.

        The McAuley High School graduate is the daughter of Teresa and Joseph Dollenmeyer of Colerain Township.

        Student leader: Alexandra Clark, a sophomore at Ohio University, was one of ten OU students chosen to attend the LeaderShape Inc. development program in Illinois this summer. She was also elected president of the OU's Pi Chapter of Alphi Xi Delta Sorority.

        The Princeton High School graduate is the daughter of Jean and Blaine Clark III of Sharonville.

        UC dean's list: The following have been named to the spring quarter dean's list at the University of Cincinnati:

        Lauren Schall, a sophomore in secondary education. The Sycamore High School graduate is the daughter of Jane and Manfred Schall of Symmes Township.

        Christopher King, a junior in marketing. The Hughes Center graduate is the son of Haydee and William King of Columbia Township.

        Erin Potensky, a freshman in early childhood education. The Mason High School graduate is the daughter of Mary and Chris Potensky of Mason.

        Justin Tiemeyer, a senior in information systems. He is the son of Nancy and Bill Tiemeyer of Montgomery.

        James Johnson, a senior majoring in pre-vet/biological sciences. He is the son of Cheryl and David Johnson of Delhi Township.

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

       



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