Two Students named to All-PA Academic TeamPosted April 10, 2013 at 9:16 am
Congratulations to Edward Rosbaugh, of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and Alexander Wise, of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, as they were named to the 2013 All-Pennsylvania Academic Team on the evening of April 8, 2013. These students were honored for their achievements in the classroom and for their volunteerism in their communities. And, in order to be named to the All-Pennsylvania Academic team, they must maintain a 3.5 GPA.
Edward Rosbaugh will graduate from Pennsylvania Highlands Community College with an Associate of Applied Science in Human Services – Generalist, with the hope of one day becoming a Case Manager. While at Penn Highlands, Edward was recognized for his outstanding leadership, service and commitment to the college. He will transfer to Indiana University of Pennsylvania to pursue his Bachelor’s degree and hopes to one day obtain his Master’s in Psychology. Edward is currently Vice President of the Beta Epsilon Omega chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, President of Student Government, and a student trustee.
Alexander Wise graduated from Pennsylvania Highlands Community College with an Associate of Applied Science in Business Management degree. While at Penn Highlands, Alex was the President of the Beta Epsilon Omega chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. Alex is being recognized for his outstanding leadership, service and commitment to the College; he currently serves as the Supply Chain Leader at JWF Industries. Alex plans to his continue his educational pursuit by obtaining his Bachelor’s degree through Clarion University online, then ultimately seeking to obtain a Master’s degree.
The All-Pennsylvania Academic Team awards program, building from the National All-USA Academic Team for two-year colleges, recognizes an exceptional group of community college students who have achieved academic excellence and demonstrated a commitment to their colleges and communities. For 19 years, the Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges has joined with Phi Theta Kappa to honor students who have been nominated by their colleges to the All-Pennsylvania Academic Team.