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Recognized for having achieved the highest grade point index earned in full-time study toward a UD degree are (from left) Christine Gulla, Tori Sanders, Sarah Rice, Abigail Osborn, Michael Lino, Victoria Longo and Catherine Dolan.

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Seven graduates recognized for highest grade point index

Seven graduating seniors were recognized at the University of Delaware’s 168th Commencement exercises for having achieved the highest grade point index earned in full-time study toward a University degree.

Honored at the May 27 ceremony were Catherine Paige Dolan, Christina Marie Gulla, Michael Timothy Lino, Victoria Lissette Longo, Abigail Muriel Osborn, Sarah Elizabeth Rice and Tori Mackenzie Sanders.

Catherine Paige Dolan of Oakdale, New York, graduated with an honors bachelor’s degree in biological sciences and biological science education. She will be attending the New York University School of Medicine.

• Christina Marie Gulla of Westfield, New Jersey, received a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences with a minor in Italian. She will be attending medical school at Rowan University in New Jersey.

• Michael Timothy Lino of Locust, New Jersey, earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance. He plans to travel after graduation, then take the CPA exam and start working at Deloitte Financial Advisory in New York City.

• Victoria Lissette Longo of Wilmington, Delaware, graduated with an honors bachelor’s degree in exercise science with a minor in medical humanities and a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies in the Medical Dental Scholar Program. She will be attending the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore.

• Abigail Muriel Osborn of Ardsley, New York, earned an honors bachelor’s degree in cognitive science with a minor in psychology. She will be participating in the Disney College Program in Florida for four months and then working as a mental health worker at New York Presbyterian Hospital.

• Sarah Elizabeth Rice of Allentown, Pennsylvania, received a bachelor’s degree in health sciences (occupational therapy). She will be attending Thomas Jefferson University to pursue a master’s degree in occupational therapy.

• Tori Mackenzie Sanders of Baltimore, Maryland, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in operations management with a minor in international business with language. She will be working at Deloitte in Arlington, Virginia, as a business technology analyst in the federal consulting division and will be attending Georgetown University to earn her MBA.

 

 


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