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Towns to graduate from Salisbury
Mitsuko Jessica Towns, daughter of Becky and Gene Towns, will graduate from Salisbury University on May 19 with a major in communication arts with a business administration minor.
Towns was part of the Bellavance Honors Program, Phi Eta Sigma, a freshman honor society, and Lambda Pi Eta, a communication honors society.
She was recognized for being a cultural laureate, a student who attends five or more cultural events during a semester for three or more consecutive semesters.
She was also a member of the bowling club and participated in many volunteer activities such as Relay for Life and community service projects.
In fall 2011, Towns studied abroad in Italy where she was able to immerse herself in the culture.
While in Italy, she volunteered at a local dog shelter in Rome.
Kelsey Mary Webb of Waldorf was among nearly 1,700 University of Nebraska-Lincoln students recognized April 22 in conjunction with the All-University Honors Convocation.
Webb, a freshman in the College of Education and Human Sciences, was honored as a high scholar for being in the top 10 percent of her class.
Windsor recognized by honor society
Ashley Windsor of Waldorf was one of 23 Salem State University students recently recognized by Phi Alpha Theta, the American history honor society, for their outstanding accomplishments in the study of an academic field related to history. Salem State is in Salem, Mass.
Durham graduates with honors
Casey M. Durham of Hughesville graduated with honors from Francis Marion University in Florence, S.C., May 5.
Stewart earns dean's list honors at Delware State University
Jiyah Stewart, a 2010 North Point High School graduate, was named to the dean's list at Delaware State University in Dover, Del. Stewart completed her sophomore year with a 3.7 GPA. She is majoring in psychology and criminal justice.
She is the daughter of Jacqueline Marshall of Bryans Road and John Stewart of Los Angeles.
Adams named to Sigma Alpha Lambda
Alissa Nicole Adams of Waldorf was named to Sigma Alpha Lambda at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Sigma Alpha Lambda is a national leadership and honors organization dedicated to promoting and rewarding academic achievement and giving members opportunities for community service and personal development.