The University of Cincinnati has announced its spring 2010 dean's list.

The University of Cincinnati has announced its spring 2010 dean's list.

Pickerington residents named to the list were Andrew Archambeau, Anthony Berman, Stephanie Brindle, Stephanie Clark, Mallory Fetterman, Colin Hoell, Jennifer Holroyd, Nick Holroyd, Stephanie Holstein, Kelsey Kilpatrick, Philip Knapp, Daniel Martens, Jenna Mason, Joseph O'Loughlin, Lauren Prestifilippo, Brian Seders and David Woerner.

Lauren Cummerlander of Pickerington was named to the spring 2010 dean's list at the University of Dayton.

To be eligible, students must achieve at least a 3.5 grade point average.

Ohio University has announced its spring 2010 graduates.

Pickerington residents completing degree requirements were Max Adair, Dionna Baker, Benjamin Baptist, Bonnie Bleile, Ryan Braid, Natalie Calderone, Brittany Cessna, Karen-Alva Cotton (cum laude), William Dixon (cum laude), Kevin Fitzgerald, Danielle Gintert, Jeffrey Green, Joseph Hanke, Adam Hensel, Katherine Hogan, Monica Johnson, Danielle Kassouf, Allyson Kreim (cum laude), Kelli Kristoff (summa cum laude), Mitchell Levett, Jessica Mock (cum laude), Shannon Nemeth, Jennifer Panian, Samantha Payne (cum laude), Zachary Swartz (cum laude), Kyley Townley, Corenne Vanbuskirk (summa cum laude) and Nicole Wilber.

Several Pickerington residents were among the spring 2010 graduates at the University of Cincinnati.

They are Anthony Berman, Kara Breitinger, Stephanie Brindle, Philip Knapp, Riley Marn, Joseph O'Loughlin, Philip Porter, Jessica Price and David Woerner.

The Bowling Green College of Arts and Sciences awarded scholarships to more than 200 BGSU students for the 2010-2011 academic year.

Jillian Hagerman, a 2007 graduate of Pickerington High School North, received the $750 Marjorie Schreck Carlson Scholarship and the $500 Reyman Memorial Scholarship. She is the daughter John and Judy Hagerman.

Hagerman is a junior majoring in neuroscience. She is a member of the honors program and the Student Wellness Network.

Rebekah Wilson, also a 2007 graduate of PHSN, received the $1,500 Oustanding Computer Science Senior Award. She is the daughter of Steve and Lori Wilson.

Wilson is a sophomore majoring in marine biology. She is a member of the Marine Biology Association and the Academic Investment in Math and Science Scholarship Program.