Students meet residency match
ROOTSTOWN — On March 18, 129 fourth-year College of Medicine students at Northeast Ohio Medical University received notice of their match for a postgraduate residency following graduation in May.
But first, medicine students must participate in graduation ceremonies, May 21, to receive their Doctor of Medicine degrees.
Anthony Dao of Troy will complete internal medicine residency training at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St Louis, Mo..
Michael Nguyen of Troy will complete internal medicine residency training at Summa Health System/NEOMED in Akron.
For more information about residencies and the NEOMED College of Medicine, visit neomed.edu/academics/medicine.
Meyer named to dean’s list
COVINGTON — Jordan Thomas Meyer of Covington was named to the dean’s list at Logan University for fall 2015. Jordan is the son of Annette and Steve Wesco.
To qualify for Logan’s dean’s list, a student must achieve at least a 3.5 GPA or above while enrolled in a regular, full-time schedule of classes.
At Logan, Meyer is expected to complete a curriculum encompassing basic and clinical (diagnostic) sciences, chiropractic science, research and patient care. To receive the doctor of chiropractic degree, a student must complete 10 trimesters (the equivalent of five, two-semester academic years) of study.
Swank to perform
FINDLAY — Katherine Swank of Troy will perform with the University of Findlay Concert-Chorale on April 10 at 3 p.m. at the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts’ Thomas, Kathleen and William Donnell Theater. Two works by Giacomo Puccini, “Messa di Gloria” and “Mottetto per San Paolino,” will be performed.
Reserved tickets are free to the public.
For information, call the Marathon Center box office at (419) 423-2787, or access online at marathoncenterarts.org.
DAYTON — Austin Dickison of Pleasant Hill is part of team of 22 University of Dayton students that received an outstanding delegation award during the recent National Model United Nations Conference in New York City.
These designations go to the top 10 percent of delegations at the conference, according to Tony Talbott, University of Dayton Model United Nations club adviser.
The National Model United Nations Conference gives college students worldwide a better understanding of the United Nations’ inner workings, and prepares them to become global citizens and the next generation of international leaders. The conference, which the University of Dayton club has attended for 40 years, has grown to more than 6,000 students from 411 colleges and universities from five continents.