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SUNY Oswego Announces August Graduate Degrees, Certificates

OSWEGO, NY – Several area students completed their graduate studies at SUNY Oswego in August 2016 and were recognized with master’s degrees or graduate certificates.

Ryan M. Kline of Ferris Road in Cato earned his master of science in education degree in technology education

Haley A. Henderson of Webb Avenue in Central Square earned her master of science degree in mental health counseling

John R. Jeffries of Meadowbrook Lane in Central Square earned his graduate certificate in educational leadership

Jennifer A. Smolnik of Carly Court in Central Square earned her graduate certificate in educational leadership

Danielle M. Crisafulli of Pratt Street in Fulton earned her graduate certificate in educational leadership

Joanna M. Johnson of West 3rd Street South in Fulton earned her graduate certificate in adolescence education

Elizabeth Stoddard of Forest Avenue in Fulton earned her graduate certificate in educational leadership

Tara L. Clark of County Route 7 in Hannibal earned her graduate certificate in educational leadership

Brittany R. McCann of Town Garage Road in Hannibal earned her master of arts in teaching degree in adolescence education

Matthew G. Tripoli of P.O. Box 185 in Lycoming earned his master of science in teaching degree in childhood education

Holly J. Rhoads of Lee Road in Mexico earned her master of science in education degree in childhood education

Samantha F. Rose of P.O. Box 157 in New Haven earned her master of science degree and a certificate of advancesStudy in adolescence education

Jessica S. Brusgul of Franklin Avenue in Oswego earned her master of science degree in adolescence education

Amanda L. Cole of Falise Drive in Oswego earned her master of science in teaching degree in childhood education

Mary E. Figuccio of County Route 24 in Oswego earned her master of science in teaching degree in childhood education

Gary Gates of West Eighth Street in Oswego earned his master of business administration degree in management

Judith M. Osetek of Ellen Street in Oswego earned her graduate certificate in educational leadership

Alexsander Yousuf of County Route 54 in Pennellville earned his master of business administration degree in accounting

Melissa L. Nabinger of County Route 2 in Pulaski earned her graduate certificate in educational leadership

Schally Washburn of Hadley Road in Sandy Creek earned her master of science in education degree in childhood education

Stephanie A. Griffin of Old State Road in Sterling earned her graduate certificate in educational leadership

Miriah J. Lawrence of West Bay Road in Sterling earned her master of science in teaching degree in childhood education

Brian A. Kovalchik of County Route 26 in West Monroe earned his graduate certificate in educational leadership

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 155-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.