Troy Holden is a senior majoring in Biochemistry at Westminster College. He will be honored by the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh and will receive the College Chemistry Award. The award includes both a monetary prize and a framed certificate of accomplishment. In addition, Mr. Holden will be recognized through a monetary award presented to the Westminster College Library in his honor along with an engraved nameplate. This nameplate will be added to the plaque in the Chemistry Department listing prior SACP winners.
Troy is the son of Vicki Shilot and a 2016 graduate of Southern Local High School.
Some of Troy’s achievements/accomplishments include: Achieved Dean’s List for 7 semesters; Recipient of the ACS Undergraduate Award in Analytical Chemistry (2018); Recipient of the H. Dewey DeWitt Scholarship (2019); Recipient of the Lemmon Family Scholarship; Outreach Coordinator and President of American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology-Student Chapter; Member of the All-College Honors Program; Secretary of Mortar Board and Lambda Sigma Honor Societies.
West Liberty grads
WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. — Edward Bartley Beaumont III of Chester received his master’s degree in spring commencement at West Liberty University,
Undergraduate degrees were awarded to:
New Cumberland: Lonna Nickay Cline, Erin Ann Harvey, MacKenzie Lynn Jacobs, Kami Shaye Koper, Maisie Lynn Witherow.
Newell: Derek Haddox.
East Liverpool: Sara M. Raybuck, Taryn Alyson Williams.
Irondale: Danah R. Beaver, Charles Daniel Henry.
Toronto: Bonnie Karrine Archer, Jessica Marie DiPasquale, Sarah Nakohl Wayt.
Hookstown: Kelsey Ann Blazier.
EAST LIVERPOOL — Edward Pennicuff of East Liverpool has accepted an invitation of lifetime membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS), the nation’s leading certified honor society for high-achieving first-and second-year college students with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA.
NSCS is an honors organization that invites less than ten percent of all eligible students nationwide to join the ranks of its diverse membership each year. A leading interdisciplinary academic honor society, NSCS is made up of scholars from two-year, four-year and online institutions.
“NSCS is more than just a symbol of academic achievement; it is a distinction of honor,” said Scott Mobley, NSCS Executive Director. “Our scholars are some of the best of the best who have shown an unwavering commitment to academic excellence early in their collegiate journey. These dynamic individuals embody the NSCS pillars of scholarship, leadership, and service, and many go on to become active contributors within their respective fields.”
“We welcome Edward Pennicuff to our community of like-minded, high-achieving nationwide scholars,” Mobley said.