Sunday announcements, college, June 15
TU to host basketball camp
The Tiffin University Women’s Basketball team is to host a Dragon Kids’ basketball camp 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday and 9 a.m.-noon Thursday in the Gillmor Student Center.
Cost is $50 per camper or $75 for two family members. Each camper is to receive a T-shirt.
The camp is designed to help develop individual skills and introduce fundamentals of the game, such as handling the ball, passing, shooting, rebounding and defense.
For more information, call (419) 448-3308.
Grandillo honored by alma mater
ADA – Ohio Northern University’s Alumni Association presented Distinguished Alumni Awards during a banquet that was part of the 2014 Alumni Weekend May 30-June 1.
One of the recipients was Michael Grandillo, former Tiffin City Council president, associate dean of admissions and director of development at Heidelberg College and vice president for development and public affairs at Tiffin University. He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from ONU in 1979. He serves as a consultant for the Registry of College and University Presidents and has been appointed by U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown to the commission to screen U.S. marshal, U.S. attorney and U.S. judicial candidates for appointment by the president.
Grandillo also worked in the ONU office of admissions and was president at Lakeland College in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Ohio University graduates
ATHENS – Ohio University has announced the list of local graduates from the class of 2014.
Local graduates include Beverly Weithman of Attica, doctoral degree in physical therapy; Kimberly Willford of Bradner, bachelor’s degree in nursing; Sally Gockstetter of Burgoon, bachelor’s degree in nursing; Jordan Hoope of Green Springs, bachelor’s degree in technical and applied studies; Lisa Schneider of Green Springs, bachelor’s degree in nursing; Shaun Lynch of New Riegel, bachelor’s degree in science; Jesse Bethea of New Washington, bachelor’s degree in communication; Jair Stout of New Washington, bachelor’s degree in specialized studies; Shelly Baker of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in nursing; Tammy Bryant of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in nursing; Natalie Kuhn of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in science; Nicole Kuhn of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in science; Grace Robison of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in civil engineering; Ashely Scherger of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in nursing; and Jessica O’Flaherty of Upper Sandusky, associate’s degree in science.
University of Findlay graduates
FINDLAY – The University of Findlay had its commencement ceremonies May 3. The following local residents earned degrees: Jacob Cress of Bettsville, bachelor’s degree in business management and human resource management; Jay Hahler of Carey, bachelor’s degree in criminal justice; Tessa Kelbley of Carey, bachelor’s degree in law and liberal arts; Taelor Vaughn of Carey, bachelor’s degree in health science; Tony Wenzinger of Clyde, master’s degree in education; Brittany Young of Clyde, master’s degree in occupational therapy; Joshua Wyss of Clyde, doctoral degree in pharmacy; Cody Crockett of Clyde, doctoral degree in pharmacy; Shannon Ball of Clyde, master’s degree in occupational therapy; Rebecca Berner of Fostoria, bachelor’s degree in health studies; Nicole Boes of Fostoria, bachelor’s degree in business management; Ryan Whipple of Fostoria, master’s degree in education; Ryan Bowling of Fostoria, master’s degree in business administration; Caitlin Baker of Kansas, master’s degree in occupational therapy; Jacqueline Messersmith of McCutchenville, bachelor’s degree in marketing; Graeme Heimrick of McCutchenville, bachelor’s degree in environmental management; Rebecka Walter of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in social work; John Hodkinson of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in hospitality management; Lashanna Tucker of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in hospitality management; Ryan Wood of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in animal science and biology; Emma Hall of Tiffin, doctorate in physical therapy; Spencer Kerr of Tiffin, bachelor’s degree in international business; Lauren Stacy of Tiffin, master’s degree in occupational therapy; Amanda Scheck of Upper Sandusky, bachelor’s degree in social work; Kyla Frey of Upper Sandusky, bachelor’s degree in accounting; Emily Gerber of Upper Sandusky, bachelor’s degree in environmental safety and occupational health management; Jordan Karg of Upper Sandusky, bachelor’s degree in mathematics; Christopher Moore of Upper Sandusky, bachelor’s degree in computer science; Michelle Turner of Upper Sandusky, master’s degree in education; and Laura Gier of Upper Sandusky, master’s degree in business administration.
Terra dean’s list
FREMONT – Terra State Community College announced students that have made the dean’s list for the 2014 spring semester.
Local students include Tracy Williams of Bascom; Rhonda Beier, Jason Bowers, Rebekah Heppa, Blake Kryling and Nicholas Valko, all of Bellevue; Megan Bleckinger of Bettsville; Natalie Green of Bloomville; Keeley Brust of Burgoon; Neal Aldrich, Logan Back, Elias Faneuff, Evan Fisher, Paul Griffin, Patty Hall, Collin Mange, Ryan Nearhood, Kristy Nelson, Jacob Shelley, Dorothy Thomas, Amanda Wagner, Aaron Williamson, Hope Williamson and Angela Young, all of Clyde; Brandon Beining, Tracy Bullock, Tara Conner, Kathryn Ford, Jennifer Hershey and Tracy Margraf, all of Fostoria; Alicia Selvey of Green Springs; Robert Blymyer of Kansas; Kristen Frank of Old Fort; Kourtney Carrick and Matthew Little of Republic; Antony Kinsely and Adam Williams of Risingsun; Zachary Keller and Wesley Strait, of Sycamore; Candis Atwell, Jacquelyn Becker, Johanna Becker, Virginia Becker, Brandy Billet, Daniel Bower, Casey Brubaker, Alexa Cleveland, Christine Flowers, Kyle Foos, Lindsey Ginnever, Samantha Griffin, Tiffany Kiesel, Franklin Klingshirn, Jacob Lucius, Michelle McGee, Gary Meadows, Brett Meisner, Tabitha Metz Alexis Miller, Dendara Oakleaf, Amy Ochier, Breana Peer, Kelsey Polyak, Maegan Rameau, Stacey Rhodes, Rachel Saionzkowski, Jacob Schmidt, Holly Schoen, Patricia Stevens, Charles Stuller, Sarah Tiell, Michael Wertz and Corey Williams.
Attica native earns degree
ALLIANCE – Taylor Ruffing of Attica earned a bachelor’s degree in science from the University of Mount Union.
Mount Union dean’s list
ALLIANCE – University of Mount Union has named students on its 2014 spring semester dean’s list, including Taylor Ruffing of Attica, Emily Rich of Burgoon and Taylor Bishop of Fostoria.
Youngstown State dean’s list
YOUNGSTOWN – Jessica Kimmet of New Riegel has been named to the 2014 spring semester dean’s list from Youngstown State University.
Notre Dame dean’s list
NOTRE DAME, Indiana – Christopher Daniel of Tiffin has been named to the 2014 dean’s list from the University of Notre Dame.
Denison University dean’s list
GRANVILLE – Christopher Perry of Tiffin has been named to the 2014 dean’s list from Denison University.
Walsh dean’s list
NORTH CANTON -Local students named to the 2014 spring dean’s list at Walsh University include Megan Felter of Attica; Sara George, Kevin Perry and Corey Thompson of Tiffin; Kelsie Grunden of Fostoria; Kelly Miller of Green Springs; Alexander Recker of New Riegel and Renee Snavely of Republic.
Cincinnati dean’s list
CINCINNATI – Local students named to the 2014 spring semester dean’s list at University of Cincinnati include Derek Foos of Burgoon; Chad Deamicis, Emily Hyatt, Lauren Jocoby and Olivia McCartney, all of Carey; Colleen Smith and Samantha Walker of Republic; and Alexandra Kramer, Shayla Parsons, Rohini Rana, William Roe and Madison Taylor, all of Tiffin.
Exchange program opportunity
In August, 18-23 year olds from Egypt, France Germany, Lebanon, Tunisia and the United States are to travel to Tunisia for an international exchange program.
Applications are accepted through today and four Americans are to be selected.
For more information or to download an application, visit www.hiusa.org/education/international-
exchanges or contact Megan Arlow, at firstname.lastname@example.org.