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The University of Findlay recently welcomed new undergraduate and graduate students to campus, including several from the Delaware County area.

Local students include:

• Eliza Osae-Kwapong of Delaware, who is pursuing a doctorate in education.

• Nicholas Cote of Powell, who is pursuing a degree in nuclear medicine technology. Cote is a graduate of Olentangy Liberty High School.

• Hannah Mandic-Nowac of Sunbury, who is pursuing a degree in animal science/pre-veterinary medicine and a degree in biology. Mandic-Nowac is a graduate of Delaware Christian School.

• Katherine Menssen of Ashley, who is pursuing a degree in health science/pre-occupational therapy. Menssen is a graduate of Buckeye Valley High School.

• Ashley Overmyer of Powell, who is pursuing a degree in marketing and a degree in business management. Overmyer is a graduate of Van Buren Local High School.

• Michael Parrish of Waldo,who is pursuing a master’s degree in health informatics.

• Rachel Renz of Galena, who is pursuing a degree in animal science/pre-veterinary medicine and a degree in biology. Renz is a graduate of Olentangy High School.

• Benjamin Beckett of Dublin, who is pursuing a degree in equestrian studies and a degree in business management. Beckett is a graduate of Dublin Coffman High School.

• Jacob Blevins of Richwood, who is pursuing a degree in business management and a degree in finance. Blevins is a graduate of North Union High School.

• Nora Boerger of Marysville, who is pursuing a master’s degree in education.

• Jordyn Conley of Westerville, who is pursuing a degree in animal science/pre-veterinary medicine. Conley is a graduate of Westerville Central High School.

• Jocelyn Crawford of Westerville, who is pursuing a degree in equestrian studies. Crawford is a graduate of Marburn Academy.

• Francis Cutchember of Columbus, who is pursuing a degree in sport and event management. Cutchember is a graduate of Dublin Scioto High School.

• Nathanial Densel of Dublin, who is pursuing a degree in biology and a degree in chemistry. Densel is a graduate of Dublin Scioto High School.

• Justice Jenkins of Westerville, who is pursuing a degree in criminal justice. Jenkins is a graduate of Westerville Central High School.

• Sarah McGraw of Westerville, who is pursuing a master’s degree in business administration.

• Sarah Niese of Columbus, Ohio, who is pursuing a doctor of pharmacy degree and a degree in chemistry. Niese is a graduate of Bishop Watterson High School.

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