Alexis “Lexi” Amy Bryan received a bachelor’s degree in business supply chain and information systems from the Smeal College of Business at Pennsylvania State University.
Bryan spent four years at the main campus in University Park, participating in Alpha Kappa Psi, a professional business fraternity.
She served an internship in 2012 with IBM and will begin her career with IBM as a consultant in July.
She is the daughter of Tim and Kendra Bryan of Williamsport.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Jesse Buchman of Williamsport is a finalist to win a $1,500 college scholarship through the SuretyBonds.com Small Business Success Student Scholarship Program.
Buchman was chosen as one of 10 finalists from a pool of more than 500 applicants.
To apply, Buchman submitted an essay about how his experience with small business has shaped him into the person he is today.
Buchman chose to write about his experience with Prestige Entertainment, a music and entertainment business he owns.
Hannah Middlekauf from Rockland Woods Elementary School, was recognized for her artwork in support of Maryland Association of Realtors’ Fair Housing Poster Contest.
As part of the contest, students were asked to illustrate the theme “Diversity Makes Great Neighborhoods.”
The 14 winning posters will be reproduced in calendars that will be distributed statewide to promote the principles of fair housing.
Her art teacher, Emily Conner, submitted her artwork to PenMar Regional Association of Realtors Inc.’s call for artwork from local students.
Hannah’s artwork was selected to represent PenMar and subsequently selected to appear in its calendar.
She was presented a certificate and a gift card co-sponsored by BB&T Bank.
Her artwork will also be on display in downtown Hagerstown.
UTICA, N.Y. — Natalie St. Aubin of Hagerstown received a Bachelor of Arts in psychology at the State University of New York Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome at the school’s 39th annual spring commencement May 11.