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Youngstown State University has awarded scholarships for excellence to more than 1,000 students new to the school for this fall semester.

Local awardees include:

•Zachary Cameron, a New Castle High School graduate, who was awarded a First Opportunity Award.

•Kyle Kassi, a Union Area High School graduate who is studying STEM technology and was awarded a President’s Scholarship.

•Luciano Rizzo, a Union graduate who is studying pre-business and was awarded a Red and White Scholarship.

•Joshua Gelsomini, a New Castle graduate who was awarded a Deans’ Scholarship.

•Jesse Wright, a Laurel High School graduate who is studying pre-nursing and was awarded a Trustees’ Scholarship.

•Matt Mincher, a Laurel graduate who is studying history and was awarded a Trustees’ Scholarship.

•Vionna Vincent, a Shenango Area High School graduate who is studying engineering and was awarded a Red and White Scholarship.

•Owen Waller-Ellis, a New Castle graduate who is studying forensic science and was awarded a First Opportunity Award.

•Mykalyn Pasquarello, a Laurel graduate who is  studying pre-business accounting and was awarded a Trustees’ Scholarship.

•Emily Adamczyk, a Laurel graduate who is studying business economics and was awarded a Trustees’ Scholarship.

•Jacob Alley, a Mohawk Area High School graduate who is studying engineering and was awarded a President’s Scholarship.

•Tiffany Bromley, a Mohawk graduate who is studying pre-dental hygiene and  was awarded a First Opportunity Award.

•Tucker Ayles, a Mohawk graduate who is studying STEM technology and was awarded a Red and White Scholarship.

•Kaitlyn Cochenour, a Neshannock High School graduate who is studying business administration and was awarded a Red and White Scholarship.

•Anthony DoVidio, a Neshannock graduate who was awarded a First Opportunity Award.

•Ronald Parkonen, a Neshannock graduate who was awarded a Red and White Scholarship.

•John Bussard, a New Castle graduate who is studying engineering and was awarded a President’s Scholarship.

•Victoria Kobbe, a New Castle graduate who is studying pre-dental hygiene and was awarded a First Opportunity Award.

•Sophia Reider, a New Castle graduate who is studying Spanish and was awarded a Red and White Scholarship.

•Riley Hilton, a Neshannock graduate who was awarded a President’s Scholarship.

•Joseph Rogan, a Laurel graduate who was awarded a Trustees’ Scholarship.

•Samantha Huston, a Mohawk High School graduate who is studying forensic science and was awarded a Trustees’ Scholarship.

•Tanner Stanley, a Mohawk graduate who is studying engineering and was awarded a President’s Scholarship.

•Leila Haag, a Mohawk graduate who was awarded a First Opportunity Award.

•Reece Wilson, an Ellwood City Lincoln High School graduate who is studying engineering and was awarded a President’s Scholarship.

•Kaitlyn Navolio, an Ellwood City Lincoln graduate who is studying physics astronomy and was awarded a Trustees’ Scholarship.

•Spencer Mason, an Ellwood City Lincoln graduate who is studying engineering and was awarded a Red and White Scholarship.

•Joseph Leslie, a Mohawk graduate who is studying engineering and was awarded a Red and White Scholarship.

•Alexander Ramirez, a Wilmington Area High School graduate who is studying engineering and was awarded a Trustees’ Scholarship.

•Erik Richardson, a Wilmington graduate who is studying engineering and was awarded a President’s Scholarship.

•Joshua Sanders, a Wilmington graduate who is studying engineering at YSU and was awarded a President’s Scholarship.

•Jenna Martineau, a Wilmington graduate who is studying biology and was awarded a Deans’ Scholarship.

•Matthew Kinkela, a Wilmington graduate who is studying engineering and was awarded a President’s Scholarship.

•James Reed, a Wilmington graduate who is studying engineering and  was awarded a Deans’ Scholarship.

•Patricia McMillin, an Ellwood City Lincoln graduate who is studying physics astronomy and was awarded a President’s Scholarship.

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