SUNY Oswego Announces Area Recipients of Graduate Degrees, Certificates

OSWEGO, NY– Several area students completed their graduate studies in spring 2019 at SUNY Oswego.

Commencement, with faculty in full academic regalia, took place in May.

Karie C. DeHart of Hogsback Road in Altmar received a master of science degree in mental health counseling

Brittany M. Hilton of Driveake Road in Cato received a master of science in education degree in childhood education

Nellie K. Owens of State Route 370 in Cato received a master of science in teaching degree in adolescence education

Danae L. Mitchell of Pleasant Avenue in Central Square received a master of science in education degree in literacy education

Emily L. Lamb of County Route 8 in Fulton received a master of science degree and certificate of advance study in adolescence education

Whitney B. McMurray of Cayuga Street in Fulton received a master of business administration degree in management

Alexis M. Froio of Cowen Road in Hastings received a master of arts in teaching degree in adolescence education

Mark S. Rogers of Blount Road in Hastings received a master of science in education degree in career and technical education

Kevin J. Finerghty of Onionville Road in Martville received a master of science in education degree in literacy education

Christopher J. Baber of West 8th Street in Oswego received a master of science degree and certificate of advance study in school psychology

Danielle A. Benigno of Gregory Street in Oswego received a master of business administration degree in management

Mikhael J. Benson of East 9th Street in Oswego received a master of arts in teaching degree in adolescence education

Stephanie M. Ciesla of Ellen Street in Oswego received a master of science in education degree in literacy education

Ashli T. Deming of Margaret Street in Oswego received a master of science in education degree in literacy education

Amanda R. Ebrahim of 5th Avenue in Oswego received a master of arts degree in strategic communication

Gage C. Geminn of West Bridge Street in Oswego received a master of business administration degree in management

Donavon O. King of East Utica Street in Oswego received a master of arts degree in human-computer interaction

Marta L. Mendoza of West Bridge Street in Oswego received a master of science degree and certificate of advance study in adolescence education

Carlos Minaya of West 4th Street in Oswego received a master of business administration degree in accounting

Kyle Norton of County Route 176 in Oswego received a master of business administration degree in accounting

Anne E. Reynolds of West 5th Street in Oswego received a master of arts degree in human-computer interaction

Joseph J. Ruggio of West Mohawk Street in Oswego received a master of business administration degree in public accounting

Mitchell A. Schrader of Miller Street in Oswego received a master of business administration degree in public accounting

Nicholas L. Siciliano of 5th Avenue in Oswego received a master of arts degree in human-computer interaction

Michaela C. Smith of East 2nd Street in Oswego received a graduate certificate in interdisciplinary trauma studies

John Carlo P. Verceles of Talisman Terrace in Oswego received a master of arts degree in human-computer interaction

Kelsey Whitaker of North Street in Pulaski received a master of science degree and certificate of advance study in school psychology

William R. Allen of Wood Road in Sandy Creek received a master of business administration degree in management

Nicole E. Navratil of Simmons Road in Sterling received a master of business administration degree in management

Cortnie M. Purce of Lake Street in Sterling received a master of science in education degree in special education

Admission to SUNY Oswego is competitive. U.S. News Media Group counts SUNY Oswego among the top public regional universities in the North for 2019, and the Princeton Review includes Oswego in its 2019 college guidebook “The Best Northeastern Colleges” and in its national list of “Green Colleges.”

A 158-year-old comprehensive college in the State University of New York system, Oswego enrolls about 8,000 students in its College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; School of Business; School of Communication, Media and the Arts; and School of Education.

Visit oswego.edu for more information.