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SUNY Oswego Announces Area Recipients Of Graduate Degrees, Certificates For Fall 2016

OSWEGO, NY – Several area students completed their graduate studies in fall 2016 at SUNY Oswego and were recognized in December at the college’s Commencement.

Brittany R. Ekross of State Route 38 in Cato, master of science in education degree in literacy education

Kelly S. Windey of Goettel Road in Central Square, master of science in education degree in literacy education

Brittany L. Lamie of West Third Street South in Fulton, master of science in education degree in literacy education

Kristopher T. Shirley of County Route 22 in Lacona, master of science in education degree in childhood education

Heather L. Bianco-Whitcomb of McGibbon Road in Martville, master of science in education degree in childhood education

Cassie M. Story of Lilly Marsh Road in Mexico, master of science in education degree in literacy education

Kathryn Alonso-Bergevin of Rudolph Road in Oswego, master of arts in teaching degree in adolescence education

Karly M. Babcock of East Eighth Street in Oswego, master of science in education degree in literacy education

Emily L. DiFabio of County Route 53 in Oswego, master of science in education degree in literacy education

Briana L. Larocca of West First Street in Oswego, master of science in education degree in literacy education

Kristina N. Licatese of Gardenier Road in Oswego, master of science in education degree in adolescence education

Nicholas J. Little of East 11th Street in Oswego, master of science in education degree in literacy education

Ashley D. Malchoff of Highmore Drive in Oswego, master of science in education degree in literacy education

Teanna Smith of Southeast Eighth Street in Oswego, master of science in education degree in literacy education

Samantha A. Spaulding of Whitetail Circle in Oswego, graduate certificate in educational leadership

Cassie M. Breen of Oswego River Road in Phoenix, master of science degree and a master of arts degree in human-computer interaction

Leah E. Ford of P.O. Box 149 in Pulaski, master of science in education degree in literacy education

Marlena R. Shortslef of Old State Road in Sterling, master of science in teaching degree in childhood education

Guannan Zhang of West Seneca Street in Oswego, master of business administration degree in accounting

Admission to SUNY Oswego is competitive. U.S. News Media Group counts SUNY Oswego among the top public regional universities in the North for 2017, and the Princeton Review includes Oswego in its 2017 college guidebook “The Best Northeastern Colleges” and in its national list of “Green Colleges.”

A 156-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/gradstudies for more information.