Student Academic Awards

John Pedorenko, recipient of the John Reilly Medal for Accounting

John Pedorenko, recipient of the John Reilly Medal for Accounting

During the 2014 Immaculata University Commencement Ceremony, 15 students were recognized for their outstanding academic achievements.

The following students were recognized.

John Pedorenko of Collegeville, PA, an accounting major received The John Reilly Medal for Accounting

Christian Scalo of Cedar Grove, NJ, a Biology major, received The Adeline E. Donio Medal for Biology

Daniel Burns of Hatboro, PA, a Business major, received The Maurice Czikann-Zichy Medal for Business Administration/Economics

Ashley Babula of Mohnton, PA, a Communication major, received The Sister Christine Noel Henwood Medal for Communication

Gabrielle McGeehan of Essington, PA, an Education major, received The Sister Eugenie Kenney Medal for Education

Melanie Lawrence of Landenberg, PA, an English major, received The Sister Marian William Hoben Medal for English

Anna Gilbert of York Springs, PA, a Fashion Merchandising major, received The Mary Elizabeth Larkin Dowling Medal for Fashion – Family and Consumer Sciences

Melanie Dudley of Wilmington, DE, a History major, received The Reverend Robert T. Riddle Medal for History and The Loyola Medal for Theology

Jake Tischler of Downingtown, PA, a Mathematics major, received The Anderson Medal for Mathematics

Cameron Stringham of Cinnaminson, NJ, a Music Education major, received The Reverend William E. Campbell Medal for Music

James Peirce, III of Middletown, DE, a Nursing major, received The Elizabeth F. Wagoner Medal for Nursing

Amanda Markie of Bristol, CT, a Nutrition and Dietetics major, received The Sister Marion Jeanne Bell Medal for Excellence in Nutrition and Dietetics

Kelly Rickert of West Chester, PA, a Psychology major, received The Reverend John H. Walsh Medal for Psychology

Amanda Buckalew of Downingtown, PA, a Criminology major, received The Annie E. Gorman Medal for Sociology

Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive, coeducational institution of higher education, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.

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