Briefly Noted . . .

Cindi Clark has been appointed to the newly created role of Chief Operating Officer at CADES. Cindi has a degree in Occupational Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University and began working at CADES 30 years ago as an occupational therapist. For the last 14 years, she has been the director of Early Intervention at CADES. Cindi, a mother of eight children, lives in Kennett Square.

As of Monday afternoon, the winners of Swarthmore Swim Club’s neon green aka safety yellow (with black lettering) 2018 1,000-Lap Shirt are: 9.) Tom Gates, 10.) Galina Chititsyna, 11.) Matthew Schroeder, 12.) Sheila Linderman, 13.) Martha Hodes, 14.) Gigi Simone and 15.) Linda Hauck.

Swarthmorean Bill Menke (right), his daughter Anna Pritt, and her son Calvin wait for ice cream at Fenton’s in Oakland, Calif., on Bill’s recent westward jaunt. Anna’s twin daughters Gwendolyn and Matilda stayed home to prepare for their second birthday. Bill’s daughter Kris Ives took the picture.

 

Molly Hannah Andersen of Swarthmore graduated last week from Drexel University Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Foods.

She made the dean’s list for every term attended.

Molly is headed to Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital in Hines, Ill., this Summer for a one year dietetic internship to become a registered dietitian.

Molly was a 2013 graduate of Strath Haven High School.

YuWen Michelson successfully completed her year as a Fulbright scholar in Laos. She will continue her service abroad in the coming year representing the U.S. in the JET (Japan Exchange Teaching Program).

JET is a professional international exchange program throughout Japan. Those selected are invited to Japan as representatives of their home countries and play a key role in promoting understanding between nations.

YuWen is a graduate of Strath Haven High School and Hamilton College. She is the daughter of Ginny Lang and Dean Michelson of Cape May, N.J. (formerly of Swarthmore).

Widener University conferred degrees to more than 600 graduate students in a ceremony Friday, May 18. Commencement was held on Memorial Field at the university.
Tronya Boylan of Wallingford earned a Doctor of Education in School Administration from Widener’s School of Human Service Professions.
Letitia Carney of Rutledge earned a Master of Business Administration in Management from Widener’s School of Business Administration.
Olivia Debiase of Morton earned a Master of Social Work in Social Work from Widener’s School of Human Service Professions.
Charmaine Kemp of Swarthmore earned a Master of Social Work in Social Work from Widener’s School of Human Service Professions.
Susan Raab of Swarthmore earned a Master of Education in Higher Education from Widener’s School of Human Service Professions.
Gwen Soffer of Swarthmore earned a Master of Social Work in Social Work from Widener’s School of Human Service Professions.
Deborah Tancredi of Wallingford earned a Master of Science in Nursing in Family Nurse Practitioner (Individual/Lifespan) from Widener’s School of Nursing.
Arto Woodley of Swarthmore earned a Doctor of Education in Higher Education from Widener’s School of Human Service Professions.

Widener University conferred degrees to more than 800 undergraduates in a ceremony Saturday, May 19. Commencement was held on Memorial Field at the university.
Avery Bass of Wallingford earned a Bachelor of Arts in Digital Media Informatics from Widener’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Bridget Bieda of Swarthmore earned a Bachelor of Science in Allied Health in Allied Health from Widener’s Center for Extended Learning.
Maxfield Dankanich of Wallingford earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics from Widener’s School of Business Administration.
Bali Du Aime of Wallingford earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Widener’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Joshua Gallone of Morton earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Widener’s School of Business Administration.
Sara Gladstone of Morton earned a Bachelor of Hospitality Management in Hospitality Management from Widener’s School of Business Administration.
Tyler Hoinkis of Morton earned a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering in Chemical Engineering from Widener’s School of Engineering.
Paul Keenan of Wallingford earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Widener’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Marissa Lanholm of Wallingford earned a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from Widener’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Yang Lu of Wallingford earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management from Widener’s School of Business Administration.
Vincent Marra of Morton earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management from Widener’s School of Business Administration.
Thomas Platt of Wallingford earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Widener’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Mary Reuther of Morton earned a Bachelor of Science in Allied Health in Allied Health from Widener’s Center for Extended Learning.
Paul Rice of Morton earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Widener’s School of Business Administration.
Kyle Schreiber of Morton earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Widener’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Andrew Sokol of Wallingford earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Widener’s School of Business Administration.
Timothy Watts of Wallingford earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Widener’s School of Business Administration.

The following tudents have been named to the University of Delaware dean’s list for the Spring 2018 semester: Anthony Campanella, Daniel Morreale and Margaret Orr, all of Swarthmore; Brianna Hadley of Rose Valley; Renee Yavor of Rutledge; Tanisha Hira and Joy McCusker, both of Morton; and Jordan Hodges, Claire Hollyer, Julia Kane, Thomas White and Henry Wolgast, all of Wallingford.

Tufts University recently announced the dean’s list for the Spring 2018 semester. Among students earning dean’s list honors are: Rachel Carp, Anna Morreale and Matthew Stewart, all of Swarthmore; Brian Felter of Morton; and Julia Olszewski and Ryan Sheehan of Wallingford.

Caleb Baukman and Grace DeMarro of Wallingford; Brian Burke of Swarthmore; Grace DeMarro of Wallingford and Dominic Toriello of Morton were named to the dean’s list at Kutztown University for the spring 2018 semester.

 

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