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Stephanie Jarvis, a graduate of Shelby County High School, received a bachelor of arts degree from The College of Wooster during commencement exercises on May 16. While at Wooster, Jarvis was president of the Wooster Bike Program; a student member of the Committee for a Sustainable Campus and Campus Recycling; a Resident Assistant; a member of WOODS outdoor group; an assistant swim coach at the Wooster YMCA; a volunteer at the Local Roots Market and Café Co-op; and a columnist for the American Institute of Professional Geologists’ The Professional Geologist.In addition, she was the recipient of the Ohio Chapter’s Kappa Prize from Phi Beta Kappa, the most prestigious liberal arts honors organization in the country; the Robert W. McDowell Prize in Geology; a William Galpin Award for General Excellence in College Work; a Horace N. Mateer Prize in Biology; and an Alice Hutchison Lytle Biology Award. She also received a College Scholar Award, which is presented to students who demonstrate the ability for thoughtful argumentation, intellectual imagination and engaging prose through a written essay, as well as a Women’s Advisory Board Scholarship, a Canton Audubon Society Scholarship, an Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program Scholarship and an American Institute of Professional Geologists National Scholarship.