Colin Boury, son of George and Pat Boury of Dublin, has received a Deans' Award scholarship to attend the Columbus College of Art & Design. The merit scholarship was awarded on the basis of an art portfolio competition held by the school.

Colin Boury, son of George and Pat Boury of Dublin, has received a Deans' Award scholarship to attend the Columbus College of Art & Design. The merit scholarship was awarded on the basis of an art portfolio competition held by the school.

Boury, a senior at Dublin Coffman High School, plans to major in illustration.

Ohio University has announced its 2008 winter dean's list. Named to the list from Dublin were: Brock Knebel, Ashley McCoy, Thomas Harb, Bayley Haberman, Gia Reynolds, Meredith Blough, Alissa Curtis, Scott Wolfe, Maria Kovell, Teja Vadlamudi, James Roh, Kristen Nooks, Josh Taylor, Jonathan Joodi, Kylee Agner, Maddie Brennan, Lindsey Sullivan, Lauren Purje, Christopher Kardish, Kristen Bishop, Jacqueline Best, Ellen Williamson and Angela Patmon.

Lisa Martorano of Dublin graduated summa cum laude from Wittenberg University.

Martorano, who received a bachelor's degree in biology, also earned departmental honors and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.

She plans to attend the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in the fall.

Martorano, a Dublin Coffman High School graduate, is the daughter of Rich and Linda Martorano.

Michael Cohen of Dublin graduated from the University of Akron College of Business Administration with degrees in international business and marketing.

He has accepted a position in the Netherlands headquarters of The Bose Corp.

Cohen was one of four students selected to represent the University of Akron at the National Collegiate Sales Competition in March in Georgia. He was a member of the international business fraternity Delta Sigma Phi and the social fraternity Phi Delta Theta, was president of Hillel and served on the Dean's Advisory Council.

Cohen, a graduate of Dublin Coffman High School, is the son of Brenda (Bunny) and Steve Cohen.

Melissa Kramer, daughter of Denise and Bill Kramer of Dublin, has received a Deans' Award scholarship to attend the Columbus College of Art & Design. The merit scholarship was awarded on the basis of an art portfolio competition held by the school.

Kramer is a senior at Dublin Coffman High School.

Justin Rossel King of Dublin earned a grade point average of at least 3.0 and was named to the fall semester dean's list at Wake Forest University.

The following Dublin students have received master's degrees from Ashland University: Ryan Holman, Renae Schwartz, Olivia Harvey, Amanda Hunter and Glenna Texler.