Area Students Earn Degrees From Pitt-Bradford

BRADFORD – The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford announced recent graduates.

Students from New York state receiving degrees were:

Molly Butler of Ashville, bachelor of science in psychology with a minor in anthropology; Blake Gabel of Little Valley, bachelor of arts in social sciences with a minor in athletic coaching; and Tyler Rhinehart of Cattaraugus, bachelor of arts in broadcast communication with a minor in public relations.

Students from Warren were:

Christopher Billman, bachelor of science in business management with a minor in management information systems; Rita Cecco, bachelor of science in elementary education; Joanna Elletson, bachelor of science in elementary education with a minor in political science; Bo Fox, bachelor of science degree in business management with a minor in finance; Corey Gibson, bachelor of science in psychology with a minor in philosophy; Stephany Johnson, bachelor of arts in human relations; Carly Kirkpatrick, bachelor of science in radiological science; Trever Knotts, bachelor of science in sports medicine; Heidi Leviere, associates degree in nursing; Casey Moyer, associates degree in petroleum technology; Colby Neukum, bachelor of arts in criminal justice with a minor in psychology; Heidi Powley, bachelor of arts in public relations with a minor in writing; Hollie Rapp, bachelor of arts in sociology; Jacob Shepherd, bachelor of arts in English with a minor in philosophy; Joshua Shepherd, bachelor of science in psychology with a minor in philosophy; Elizabeth Tipton, bachelor of arts in history-political science and social studies education 7-12; and Christopher Urban, bachelor of science in elementary education with a minor in psychology.

Also earning degrees were:

Nyssa Brumagin, bachelor of science in interdisciplinary arts with a minor in psychology and Brandon Servesko, bachelor of science in chemistry with a minor in mathematics, both of North Warren; James Cable, bachelor of science in biology with a minor in international studies, Kyle DiPenti, bachelor of science in business management and Nickolas Thomas, bachelor of science in biology, all of Russell; Colby Case, bachelor of science in accounting, Samantha Garris, bachelor of arts in sociology with a minor in education (non-teaching) and Adam Mourer, bachelor of arts in criminal justice, all of Youngsville.