Pitt-Titusville Graduates To Be Honored Online


TITUSVILLE, Pa. – The University of Pittsburgh at Titusville will honor 61 new graduates on Saturday during an online celebration since the traditional in-person commencement ceremony could not be held during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The event will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday at www.titusville.pitt.edu/virtual-graduation.

“We were not able to celebrate our graduates’ accomplishments face to face this year,” said Dr. Catherine Koverola, Pitt-Titusville’s president, “but we wanted to recognize them in a way that they could share with their families.” 

During the online celebration, Koverola will address the graduates and confer their degrees. Each graduate will be recognized by name, and faculty and staff will offer their congratulations and best wishes.

Those students graduating with an associate degree are:

Taylor Abrams, human services, Pleasantville; Megan Anderson, liberal arts, Utica; Michael Aul, business, Pleasantville; Martin Barber, physical therapist assistant, Union City; Tanner Barstow, accounting, Conneautville; Noelle Berardi, physical therapist assistant, New Wilmington; Isaiah Boyce, psychology, Pittsburgh; Ashley Campanini, psychology, Spartansburg; Zachery Carpenter, computer technology, Erie; La’Nissa Conner-Carter, business, Williamsport; Mary Corsi, physical therapist assistant, Meadville; Madeline Dawson, liberal arts, Waterford; Nicole Day, nursing, Kennerdell; Alison Dibble, nursing, Titusville; Victoria Dingle, accounting and business, Union City; Amanda Fry, physical therapist assistant, Centerville; Sarah George, criminal justice, Oil City; Jadian Gray, psychology, Pleasantville; Amber Greathouse, nursing, Hadley; Kaylee Hanel, psychology, Titusville; Brianna Hannold, liberal arts, Titusville; Shaniah Hudson, nursing, Clifton Heights; David Jeffries, physical therapist assistant, Greenville; Gabriella Kalman, biology, Somers Point, N.J.; Lindsey Kantz, physical therapist assistant, Hartstown; Jade Kelsey, criminal justice, Punxsutawney; Lindy Klink, nursing, Hartstown; Latavia Lee, biology, New Salem; Kristina Leretsis, nursing, Guys Mills; Jessica Lore, nursing, Youngsville; Alexandria Miller, natural science, Cambridge Springs; Eileen Miller, physical therapist assistant, Polk; Kevin Miller, psychology, Pleasantville; Camryn Mondi, physical therapist assistant, Saegertown; Jessica Morgan, nursing, Titusville; Alexis Myers, nursing, Meadville; Josie Peebles, accounting, Titusville; Mary Peterson, nursing, Kennerdell; Ashley Petrick, nursing, Edinboro; Dominique Pierre, liberal arts, Pittsburgh; Matthew Ray, nursing, Espyville; Adam Roseman, business, Pleasantville; Janet Sabol, nursing, Union City; Abigail Schall, physical therapist assistant, Franklin; Megan Schreckengost, nursing, Meadville; Sara Silka, nursing, Titusville; Ryan Sines, criminal justice, Titusville; Karen Sornson, psychology, Titusville; Renee Stolz, natural science, Union City; Scarlett Strasser, nursing, Erie; Rachel Stroup, nursing, Spring Creek, Brock Veilleux, physical therapist assistant, Smethport; Danielle Wagner, nursing, Meadville;  Shanae Walters, psychology and physical therapist assistant, Pleasantville; Lisa Warner, psychology, Pleasantville; Robin Wise, nursing, Oil City; Maeghan Wynn, psychology, Pleasantville; Matthew Zimmel, nursing, Erie; and Lynn Zuccaro, nursing, Meadville.