Marc D. Donohue, chairman of the Department of Chemical...

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June 14, 1992|By Casi H. Clocker

Marc D. Donohue, chairman of the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Johns Hopkins University School of Engineering, won a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator's Award.

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Towson Catholic High School junior Jim Englebach is the first-place winner of The Baltimore Sun's Investment Game. Mr. Englebach will receive a $100 U.S. savings bond.

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Monica R. Kane, 1992 graduate of Lake Clifton/Eastern High School, has been selected as a youth ambassador by the People to People Science Exchange Program. Ms. Kane will study marine biology for three weeks in New Zealand and Australia.

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Rae Rossen, vice president of the Baltimore branch of the National League of American Pen Women, was awarded the branch's Margaret G. Coyne Recognition and Achievement Award.

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Chris Kwon of Glen Burnie is one of 350 high school students across the nation chosen to attend the six-day national Young Leaders Conference in Washington. Mr. Kwon was chosen on the basis of academic achievement, leadership and citizenship.

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Matthew Adam VanWagner, the son of Ira and Arlene VanWagner of Westminster, received a Certificate of Appointment to attend the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado. The certificate, which represents the equivalent of full four-year scholarship, was presented to Mr. VanWagner by Lt. Col. Robert M. Paul of the academy at a Westminster High School ceremony. After competing against more than 15,000 high school students, Mr. VanWagner was one of 1,300 chosen for the academy's class of 1996.

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Jeremy D. Parr was named "Ideal Curly Man of the Year" at the Archbishop Curly High School commencement. The award is given to the outstanding student in each graduating class.

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