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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

MCCC Students Named to Who’s Who Among American Junior Colleges

 Blue Bell/Pottstown — Sixty-two students from Montgomery County Community College’s Class of 2013 were named to Who’s Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges. To qualify for Who’s Who, students must have graduated during the 2012-2013 academic year with a grade point average of at least 2.75 and must be nominated by a member of MCCC’s faculty or staff.

The 2013 Who’s Who students are listed below by area of residence:

Ambler: Amy Kolesnik

Abington: Jessica Lowenstein

Barto: Hilda Hynes

Bechtelsville: Dana Rubright

Ceders: Vincent Pupillo

Cheltenham: Leland Cohen

Collegeville: Devin Dietrich, James Fulop, Jessica Kelly

Conshohocken: Christine Muszynski

Eagleville: Patricia Piazza

Erdenheim: John Harkins

Gilbertsville: John McKillip

Glenside: Brigitta Good

Harleysville: Karen Katz, Sarah Sharkey

Hatfield: Rachel Hughes, Ahn Nhu Zuynh Nguyen

Horsham: Jordan Feldman, Victoria Greco

Jenkintown: Kimberly Spruill

King of Prussia: Warda Alamgir, Alyssa Goodman

Lansdale: Abu Chowdhury, Michael Fetter, Kristina Harmon, Jaclyn Irvin, Ingrid Phelps, Brandy Pitman

Limerick: Shanae Roberts

Norristown: Alison Bergey, Koha Doan, John Iorio, La’Kiesha Richet, David Tatasciore, Tzu Yun (Iris) Wang

North Wales: Brynne Gallagher

Perkiomenville: Meghan Whitely

Phoenixville: Jessica Hutchinson

Plymouth Meeting: Michael Guarini

Pottstown: Quanzella Butler, Abigal Galloway, Leyna Gilleland, Nicole Holland, Shannon Lyons, Scott MacNeil, Kristin Poloshay, Andrea Pope, Cynthia Sahad, Tyler Schiery, Jessica Stewart, Bethany Tornetta

Schwenksville: Michael Bojsza, Sara Calcinore

Sinking Spring: Shobha Nama

Skippack: Soo Jin Park

Souderton: Diana Malloy

Spring City: Belli Hong

Stowe: Aubrey Pace

Trappe: Michael Schankel

Willow Grove: Chelsea Epstein, Amy Page

Thursday, May 2, 2013

These NPHS students are tops in math

Submitted by Moody's

Five NPHS seniors traveled to New York City to present their paper submitted in the Moody’s Mega Math Challenge 2013 Applied Mathematics Competition for high school students.
Of the 1,054 papers submitted to the Moody’s Mega Math Challenge 2013, only six schools were chosen to present their papers in NYC Monday, April 29. 
The NPHS  team presented their report titled “Advice to the EPA for National Recycling Regulations: A Study of National Plastic Use Projected for the Next Decade and a Comparative Analysis of Three Methods of Recycling for Three Cities.”
Team members included: Priya Kikani, Scott Landes, Patrick Nicodemus, Julianna Supplee and Francis Walsh who placed third in the competition. 
They will be sharing the Cum Laude Team Prize of $10,000. In addition to the monetary award, each of these Moody's Mega Math Challenge winners has been invited to submit applications for summer internships with Moody's Corporation.

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