Natalie J. Intrieri of North Salem was among the 62 members of The University of Scranton's undergraduate class of 2022 honored for academic excellence, service or both at a Class Night ceremony on campus May 20.
Students with the highest GPA in each of the University's three undergraduate colleges were presented Frank J. O'Hara Awards for General Academic Excellence, a memorial to the late administrator who served the University for 53 years.
Class of 2022 O'Hara Award recipients were: Marissa Emily Angelo, Dickson City, for the Kania School of Management; Stephanie Michele Hoffmann, Staten Island, New York, for the Panuska College of Professional Studies; and Sarah Veronica White, Brooklyn, New York, for the College of Arts and Sciences.
Also recognized at the ceremony were two members of the class of 2022 who received prestigious student Fulbright Awards. Peter Anthony Amicucci, Poughquag, New York, won a Fulbright-Lappeeranta University of Technology Graduate Award to Finland, and Crysta O'Donnell, Riegelsville, won an English Teaching Assistantship to Andorra.
Intrieri, recipient of the Excellence in Counseling and Human Services Award, earned a bachelor's degree in counseling and human services. She is a member of Tau Upsilon Alpha Honor Society and served as secretary of the Counseling and Human Services Association. She plans to apply to graduate school for a Master of Social Work degree and plans to complete her Human Services Board-Certified Practitioner Exam. She graduated from North Salem High School in North Salem, New York.