Chester County Students Earn Academic Awards from Immaculata University

Jordan Miller
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Jordan Miller.

During Immaculata University’s 2023 commencement ceremonies, several recent graduates were recognized for their outstanding academic achievements.

The student is listed below with his/her hometown and name of the award/medal received.

Chester County:

  • Julianna Jones of Coatesville, PA: The Sister Maria Josita Feighan, IHM Medal for Nursing
  • Brianna Worthington of Coatesville, PA: The Major Frank G. Hartleroad Medal for Criminology/Criminal Justice
  • Taylor Townsley of Honey Brook, PA: The Wendall P. MacIntosh Medal for Chemistry
  • Jordan Miller of Phoenixville, PA: The Sister Christine Noel Henwood Medal for Communication
  • Daisy Quiroz-Renteria of West Grove, PA: The Reverend John H. Walsh Medal for Psychology

Cumberland County:

  • Carson McNally of Camp Hill, PA: ACBSP (Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs) Student Leadership Award

Delaware County:

  • David Crowell of Aston, PA: The Adeline E. Donio Medal for Biology

Montgomery County:

  • Siqi Cai of Collegeville, PA: The Sister Marion Jeanne Bell Medal for Excellence in Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Amanda Monostra of Collegeville, PA: The John Reilly Medal for Accounting
  • Maria Montanez of Pottstown, PA: The Sister Eugenie Kenney Medal for Education
  • Kelli Dombroski of Royersford, PA: The Maurice Czikann-Zichy Medal for Business Administration/Economics and The Grace Hopper Medal for Information Technology

Lancaster County:

  • Ellie Loose of New Holland, PA: The Reverend Robert T. Riddle Medal for History

Delaware State:

  • Holly Robinson of Dover, DE: The Elizabeth F. Wagoner Medal for Nursing

New Jersey:

  • Alyssa Leshko of Cinnaminson, NJ: The Mary Elizabeth Larkin Dowling Medal for Fashion-Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Tara Mazza of Ford, NJ: The Annie E. Gorman Medal for Sociology
  • Maxwell Maccaroni of Lawrenceville, NJ: The Reverend William E. Campbell Medal for Music
  • Nicole Vigna of Trenton, NJ: The Sister Marian William Hoben Medal for English

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