Five TED graduates receive academic awards at ceremony|
Michele Brague poses with the TED students.
Misericordia University recently recognized the academic accomplishments of graduating teacher education majors Daniel Nicolette, Montague, N.J.; Elizabeth Borel, Wyalusing, Pa.; Giovanna Feula, Long Valley, N.J.; Taylor Lawler, Harveys Lake, Pa., and Carolyn Kaminski, Kingston, Pa., at the annual Honors and Awards Ceremony in Lemmond Theater in Walsh Hall on campus.
Nicolette was awarded the Dr. Louis Maganzin Award that is presented to a student who has excelled in student teaching in a secondary education.
Borel received the Sister M. Noreen Mulherin, RSM Award which is given to a student who has demonstrated excellence in the field of elementary education.
Feula and Lawler each were presented the Sister Chrysostom Dougherty, RSM Award for demonstrating excellence in the field of special education.
Kaminski received the K. Monica Kruger Award, which is awarded to an outstanding adult learner in the Teacher Education Department.
The students graduated May 18 during Misericordia University’s 87th annual Commencement ceremony in the Anderson Sports and Health Center.
Misericordia University recognized the academic accomplishments of graduating teacher education majors, seated from left, Giovanna Feula, Carolyn Kaminski and Elizabeth Borel; standing, Daniel Nicolette, Assistant Professor Michele Brague, and Taylor Lawler at the annual Honors and Awards Ceremony.