LEWISBURG - Benjamin A. Hoover, master of science in education.
WATSONTOWN - Kaelie L. Good, master of science in education.
WILLIAMSPORT - Naim J. Lucas, bachelor's, physical education and sport-sport administration; Sultan Aquil Nafis Magruder, bachelor's, psychology; Asja Marie Young, bachelor's, criminology.
HUGHESVILLE - Kali Nicole Sanders, bachelor's, criminology.
LINDEN - Clay James Aunkst, bachelor's, psychology
MONTOURSVILLE - Sara Elizabeth Guthrie, bachelor's, art education; Brett Michael Levy, bachelor's degrees in marketing and management-entrepreneurship and small business.
WILLIAMSPORT - Kimberly Kist, master of science.
Westminster Choir College of Rider University
HOWARD - Kale Thompson, bachelor's, music education.
Rebecca Schneider Aguirre
Rebecca Schneider Aguirre graduated May 22 from the MD-PhD program at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, and recently was awarded a National Science Foundation fellowship to partner with a high school science teacher in an inner city school to teach biology to students.
Aguirre plans to pursue a residency in a combined internal medicine and pediatrics program.
She began her studies at Baylor College of Medicine in 2001 and in 2003 joined the department of molecular and cellular biology at the college. Her dissertation was "SUMOylation of Liver RXRA: A New Modification of a Central Liver Gene Regulator." She has presented her work at several meetings, including the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases.
Schneider is the daughter of Margaret E. Schneider, Nisbet, and Joseph C. Schneider Jr., Bastress. She graduated from South Williamsport Area High School in 1997 and received bachelor's degrees in biology and Spanish from Muhlenburg College, Allentown, in 2001.
She and her husband, Eduardo Aguirre, reside in Houston.