The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will graduate 309 students during commencement exercises on Sunday.

Divia Thani Daswani, editor-in-chief of Conde Nast Traveller India, will be the keynote speaker.

Local students expected to graduate are:

From Austin: Andriana Richelle Ramadhan, bachelor of arts, history-political science; Bradford: Maxwell Lee Asinger, bachelor of science, business management and computer information systems and technology, magna cum laude; John Scott Belleville, bachelor of science, hospitality management; Angela Bishop, bachelor of science, psychology; Connor J. Borowski, bachelor of arts, broadcast communications; Matthew S. Bundy, bachelor of science, business management; Charles Burdine Jr., bachelor of arts, history-political science; Joseph A. Burns, bachelor of science, entrepreneurship, summa cum laude; Ian H. Cameron, bachelor of arts, criminal justice; Tiffany A. Campbell, bachelor of arts, general studies, cum laude; Chelsea Carey, bachelor of arts, social sciences; Andrew J. Carroll, bachelor of science, business management; Angeline Comilla, bachelor of arts, criminal justice; Sara L. Davis, bachelor of science, early level education (pre-K-4); Rachel Lauren Dennis, associate of science, nursing; Lincoln Dorward, bachelor of science, computer information systems and technology, cum laude; Ashley Fitzpatrick, bachelor of arts, interdisciplinary arts; Michael Fitzpatrick, bachelor of arts, history-political science and social sciences, cum laude; Megan Nicole Foster, bachelor of arts, environmental studies, summa cum laude; Elizabeth J. Groce, associate of science, nursing; Christopher Howard, associate of science, nursing, cum laude; Jodi Lynn Irons, bachelor of science in nursing, nursing, magna cum laude; Tori N. Johnson, bachelor of science, business management; Shauna Michelle Kelsey, bachelor of arts, writing; Travis R. Laird, associate of science, petroleum technology; Eric Joseph Marasco, bachelor of science, business management; Jessica P. Martin, bachelor of science, sports medicine; Amy Nicole Miller, bachelor of science, accounting, cum laude; Sarah Jayne Moore, bachelor of arts, general studies; Brett Joseph Murphey, bachelor of science, accounting; Dylan James Nuzzo, bachelor of science, sport and recreation management; Oluwatomi A.M. Ogundayo, bachelor of arts, environmental studies; Amanda Danyelle Perkins, bachelor of science, early level education (pre-K-4); Calvin Bruce Pfeil, bachelor of arts, environmental studies, summa cum laude; Sara Lauren Ponder, bachelor of science, psychology, cum laude; Jody Ann Randolph, bachelor of arts, public relations, summa cum laude; Christopher M. Reiley, bachelor of science, hospitality management; Angela Rimer, bachelor of science, biology; Daniel J. Rinfrette, associate of science, petroleum technology, cum laude; Danielle A. Schoonover-Wils, associate of science, nursing, cum laude; Alyssa Shembeda, bachelor of arts, social sciences; Micah B. Simms, associate of science, engineering science; Michael L. Tessmer, bachelor of arts, history-political science, cum laude; Alyshia N. Toothman, associate of science, petroleum technology; Kyle J. Viola, bachelor of science, hospitality management; Travis D. Weber, associate of science, petroleum technology, magna cum laude; and Dillon L. Weltch, bachelor of science, sports medicine.

Byrnedale: Jamie Lynn Vanalstine, bachelor of science, biology, magna cum laude; Coudersport: Ryan Daniel Counts, associate of science, petroleum technology; David A. Dupont II, bachelor of science, business management and economic; Kyle Franklin, bachelor of arts, English, cum laude; Kristen Lee Gordon, bachelor of arts, criminal justice; Lucas James Kinney, bachelor of science, applied mathematics; Jacob Raymond Sedorchuk, bachelor of arts, environmental studies; Benn A. Troutman, bachelor of science, radiological science, cum laude; Sara JoAnn White, bachelor of science, business management and economics, summa cum laude; and Jami J. Wyatt, bachelor of science in nursing, nursing, cum laude; Cyclone: Rachelle Laurette Heffner, bachelor of arts, human relations; Derrick City: Danielle K. Johnson, bachelor of science, social studies education 7-12; Duke Center: Sheena Lynn Moshier, bachelor of science, sports medicine; Brittany Lynn Nichols, bachelor of science, early level education (pre-K-4), summa cum laude; Rebecca Prescott, bachelor of science, radiological science, cum laude;

Eldred: Justin Beckham, bachelor of science, sport and recreation management; Amanda Marie Hoffman, associate of science, nursing; Torrey Lewis Johnson, bachelor of science, entrepreneurship, magna cum laude; Daniel Phillip Tennies, bachelor of arts, writing; Thomas Wilson, associate of science, information systems; Galeton: Rafaela Martinez, bachelor of arts, public relations; Johnsonburg: Kalyn Nicole Taylor, bachelor of science, radiological science; Kane: Logan Harris Anderson, associate of science, petroleum technology; Tyler Ross Anderson, bachelor of arts, criminal justice; Shelby Mariah Austin, bachelor of science, radiological science; Samantha Marie Battaglia, bachelor of arts, human relations; Alyssa Rae Carlson, associate of science, nursing; Janelle Nicole Gilmore, bachelor of science, early level education (pre-K-4), cum laude; Zachary Hadfield, associate of science, nursing; Emily Rae Jordan, bachelor of science in nursing, nursing; Kyle James Francis Meserole, bachelor of science, sport and recreation management, magna cum laude; Jenna D. Oyler, associate of science, nursing; Emily Rose Perry, bachelor of arts, human relations; Mark T. Ross, bachelor of arts, criminal justice; Andrea Patricia Saquin, bachelor of science, psychology, magna cum laude; Andrew John Streicher Jr., bachelor of arts, criminal justice, cum laude; Kayla Marie Thompson, bachelor of arts, human relations; Kayleen M. Truden, associate of science, petroleum technology; and Renae Vito, associate of science, nursing;

Lewis Run: Tanner Justin Adam Danielson, bachelor of arts, criminal justice; Jack Dwayne Kerr, associate of science, petroleum technology, magna cum laude; Mount Jewett: Sarah Anne Glover, bachelor of arts, history-political science; and Terri L. Walker, associate of science, nursing; Port Allegany, Nathan DeBockler, bachelor of science, computer information systems and technology, summa cum laude; Andrew Kinney, bachelor of science, biology education 7-12; Cassandra Stuckey, bachelor of arts, broadcast communications; Rew: Daniel G. Yeager, bachelor of science, computer information systems and technology, cum laude; Ridgway: Joe Chittester, associate of science, petroleum technology; Shane Andrew Lindgren, bachelor of science, hospitality management; Morgan Lindsay Mader, bachelor of arts, sociology, cum laude; Alissa Rose Shelander, bachelor of science, psychology; Brianna Rae Stenta, bachelor of science, applied mathematics; and Brianna Rae Wolff, bachelor of arts, sociology; Rixford: Susan Janelle Lenny, bachelor of arts, English; Dakota Allen Payne, bachelor of science, sport and recreation management; Mary F. Sullivan, associate of science, petroleum technology; 

St. Marys: Sara Jorden Frantz, associate of science, nursing; Shinglehouse: Heather Barbara Chaffee, bachelor of science in nursing, nursing; Megan Mesler, bachelor of arts, criminal justice; Jennie Marie Norton, bachelor of science, English education 7-12, magna cum laude; Smethport: Katelyne Mae Barr, bachelor of arts, public relations and broadcast communications, summa cum laude; Melissa Ann Dibble, associate of science, nursing; Derek Lee Durphy, bachelor of arts, history-political science, cum laude; Joshua L. Durphy, associate of science, petroleum technology, magna cum laude; Bryan Howard Nelson, bachelor of science, computer information systems and technology; Chelsea M. Plant, bachelor of science, early level education (preK-4), summa cum laude; Courtney Schuler, bachelor of arts, sociology; and Dakota Shelley, bachelor of arts, criminal justice; St. Marys: William Bennett, bachelor of science, sports medicine; Joshua J. Feldbauer, bachelor of science, sports medicine; Rachel Lynn Holterback, bachelor of science, business management; Kathleen Morton, associate of arts, liberal studies; and Kelly Ann Peterson, bachelor of science, early level education (pre-K-4), summa cum laude.

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