Penn State Wilkes-Barre announces spring 2020 Dean's List

September 10, 2020

LEHMAN, Pa. — Penn State Wilkes-Barre has announced the students named to its spring 2020 Dean’s List. To be eligible, full-time undergraduate students must achieve a one-semester grade point average of 3.5 or higher. The following students are being recognized for their academic excellence in making the list:  

  • ​Mahdee Abuelhawa, Pringle  

  • Donjeta Ahmetaj, Kingston  

  • Amineh Al-Hawa, Kingston  

  • Angelena Allen, Dallas  

  • Aiyman Alsibae, Bensalem  

  • John Armstead, Browns Mills, New Jersey

  • Stephanie Backovic, Dallas  

  • Corey Barber, Kingston  

  • Andrew Barney, Larksville  

  • David Bartos, Plymouth  

  • Abigail Bartuska, Hunlock Creek  

  • Logan Baseski, Shavertown  

  • Bryan Bennett, Dallas  

  • Elijah Bennett, Laceyville  

  • Isaac Bennett, Laceyville  

  • Connor Beyer, Dallas  

  • Sandon Birch, Clarks Summit  

  • Stephane Blain, Dallas  

  • Audrey Blessner, Dallas  

  • Danielle Bowman, Shickshinny  

  • Emma Brieling, Plains  

  • Jacob Bukofski, Glen Lyon  

  • Joel Carpenter, Hartford, Connecticut

  • Benjamin Cebula, Hughestown  

  • Alijah Chamberlain, Shickshinny  

  • Caden Charnetski, Elmira, New York

  • Joshua Christ, Pittston  

  • Rachael Cochran, Trucksville  

  • Steven Coley, Dallas  

  • Lawrence Corridoni, Pittston Township  

  • Sean Craven, Larksville  

  • Helen Cummings, Bethlehem  

  • Kate Dalrymple, Berwick  

  • Michael D’Angelo, Exeter  

  • Alexa Davis, Shavertown  

  • Jonathon Derhammer, Courtdale  

  • Bianca DiFebo, Nanticoke  

  • Maggie Dow, Hunlock Creek  

  • Darielis Duarte, Wilkes-Barre  

  • Sarah Dule, Hanover Township  

  • Evan Elko, Pittston Township  

  • Gregory Ellsworth, Factoryville  

  • Ian Eviston, Wyoming  

  • Christy Fairchild, Saint Johns, Michigan

  • James Farrell, Wyoming  

  • Cole Fenstermacher, Hawley  

  • Brandon Fino, Wyoming  

  • Joseph Fioti, Shavertown  

  • Pablo Franco Almonte, Wyomissing  

  • Dylan Fredricey, Larksville  

  • Donovan Gaffney, Pringle  

  • Edward Galonis, Pittston Township  

  • Paul Gestl, Pittston  

  • Kaci Grabowski, Nanticoke  

  • Shaun Gurnari, Wilkes-Barre  

  • James Herceg, Shickshinny  

  • Cristopher Herrera Urena, Liberty Hill, Texas  

  • Evelyn Hosey, Noxen  

  • Noah Howe, Huntington Mills  

  • Zachary Humenick, Mountain Top  

  • Andrew Janosky, Dallas   

  • Olivia Johnson, Yatesville   

  • Aiden Joyce, Pittston Township  

  • Andrew Jubis, Shickshinny  

  • Zack Kalna, Shavertown  

  • Jason Kepner, Hughesville  

  • Luke Kepner, Hughesville  

  • Brad Killian, Scranton  

  • Marc Kolendowicz, Larksville  

  • Luke Kreller, Sweet Valley  

  • Ethan Krzysik, Dallas  

  • Colin Kultys, Larksville  

  • Edward Kupstas, Edwardsville  

  • Timothy Ladd, Wyoming  

  • Verena Lake, Roosevelt, New York

  • Brittney Ledgister, Wilkes-Barre  

  • Claudia Leu, Harveys Lake  

  • Camaryn Lokuta, Avoca   

  • Grant Loose, Kingston  

  • Dillon Major, Shavertown   

  • Robert Mastropole, Mahopac, New York

  • Maxwell Materazzi-Hatala, Old Forge  

  • Nicholas McGlynn, Pittston  

  • Sarah McHale, Forest City  

  • Jahquan McIntosh, Edwardsville  

  • Elisabeth Mead, Dallas  

  • Arthur Menichini, Pittston  

  • Andrew Menig, Dallas  

  • Joshua Mesaris, Pittston  

  • Amber Miller, Shickshinny  

  • Jack Miller, White Haven  

  • Zachery Minarik, Wyoming  

  • Noah Mirro, Larksville   

  • Joselyn Mondragon, Wilkes-Barre  

  • Benjamin Moody, Wilkes-Barre  

  • Sheila Moreira, East Stroudsburg  

  • Jon-Nelson Nacar, Great Neck, New York

  • Justin Navedo, West Pittston  

  • Samantha Nay, Ashley  

  • Carlos Novelo, Wilkes-Barre  

  • Heather Orr, Tunkhannock  

  • Samantha Panagakos, Nanticoke  

  • Vincent Pavill IV, Shickshinny  

  • Syndia Perez, Wilkes-Barre  

  • Quishbel Pichardo, Paterson, New Jersey

  • Tyler Pokrinchak, Nanticoke  

  • Ryan Price, Kingston  

  • Carlos Quezada, Stanhope, New Jersey

  • Jakob Razvillas, Kingston  

  • Autumn Resauit, Swoyersville  

  • Rachel Ricker, Dallas  

  • Leeandra Ricks, Brooklyn, New York

  • Juneil Ritter, Hughesville  

  • Matthew Roberts, Wyoming  

  • Armando Rodriguez, Dallas  

  • Kerlyn Rodriguez, Wilkes-Barre  

  • Alixsandria Rovinski, Exeter  

  • Sehara Rowles, Tunkhannock  

  • Gerald Rusek, Kingsley  

  • Joshua Sanfilippo, Kingston  

  • Erin Scafella, Laurel Run  

  • Malcolm Sciandra, Harding  

  • Erin Senese, Pittston  

  • Madison Severcool, Montrose  

  • Jennifer Sgroi, Wyoming  

  • Katelynn Sharp, Avoca  

  • Drew Shultz, Millville  

  • Jaike Silverberg, South Abington Township  

  • James Smith, Scranton  

  • Veronica Smith, Wyoming  

  • Courtney Snow, Hanover Township  

  • Brian Springer, Nanticoke  

  • Brandon Steidinger, Plymouth  

  • Jesse Steltz, Mountain Top  

  • Joseph Stretch, Laceyville  

  • Rafal Strzemecki, Wyoming  

  • Michael Stuart, Larksville  

  • Robert Swida, Shavertown  

  • Cassandra Swingle, Pittston  

  • Karol Szostak, Brooklyn, New York

  • Dylan Szychowski, Dallas   

  • Ashley Tomeo, Wilkes-Barre  

  • Sara Tomsak, Exeter  

  • Philip Torres, Wilkes-Barre  

  • Andy Traver, Hanover Township  

  • Jack Van Horn, Lake Ariel   

  • Christopher Victor, Elizabeth, New Jersey

  • Illia Volkovinsky, Edwardsville   

  • Joseph Vu, Wilkes-Barre  

  • Crystal Walega, Carbondale   

  • Michael Walsh, Larksville  

  • Corey Weaver, Dallas  

  • Sheila Weaver, White Haven  

  • Steven Welsh, Bloomsburg  

  • Jake Werner, Kunkletown  

  • Allison Williams, Plymouth  

  • Sean-Paul Williamson, Wilkes-Barre Township  

  • Abigail Winter, Harveys Lake  

  • Josh Wyandt, Dallas  

  • Ariauna Yeager, Mehoopany  

  • Demetrius Yeager, Wilkes-Barre  

  • Ayden Yoder, Milton  

  • Benjamin Yozwiak, Plains  

  • Daniel Zacharias, Monroe Township  

  • Jenay Zelinka, Kingston  

  • Kyle Zern, Dallas  

About Penn State Wilkes-Barre 

Penn State Wilkes-Barre provides a Big Ten education with all the advantages a small campus has to offer. Students can choose the degree plan that’s right for them, whether that’s two years at home and two years at another campus to finish one of Penn State’s 275+ degrees, or all four years at Penn State Wilkes-Barre. Eighty-five percent of students receive financial aid, including scholarships. Students will find caring faculty, undergraduate research opportunities, and experienced advisers to prepare them for the career they want.

Penn State Wilkes-Barre offers nine bachelor’s degree and four associate degree programs, including the only 4-year accredited surveying engineering program in the Commonwealth, one of less than 30 in the entire United States. Started to meet the needs of the anthracite coal miners in the area, Penn State Wilkes-Barre continues to serve the community through the addition of a new bachelor’s degree in project and supply chain management as well as a minor in game development.   

To learn more about the campus or to schedule a visit, contact the admissions office 570-675-9238 or go online at wilkesbarre.psu.edu/admission.  

Last Updated September 11, 2020