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SUNY Oswego announces candidates for graduate degrees

OSWEGO, NY – Several local residents are scheduled to complete their graduate studies this year at SUNY Oswego and will be recognized Dec. 15 at the college’s commencement.

The following local residents (with their academic major in parentheses) are eligible to participate in the graduation ceremonies:

Margaret C. McCurdy of Mechanic Street in Cato, Master of Science (mental health counseling)

Kristine M. Speers of Phinney Lane in Central Square, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

Cody J. Netzband of P.O. Box 46 in Cleveland, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

Shauna L. Smith of North Street in Cleveland, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

Karalyn J. Beck of Cayuga Street in Fulton, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

Nichole E. Fraser of State Route 48 in Fulton, Master of Science in Education (special education)

Ryan Hannon of County Route 176 in Fulton, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education)

Justin A. Morrison of County Route 8 in Fulton, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education)

Amie L. Shaffner of West First Street South in Fulton, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

Gina E. Sherwood of West Third Street South in Fulton, Master of Arts (art)

Deanne E. Sipling of Stoney Robbey Road in Fulton, Graduate Certificate (adolescence education)

Amie E. Nichols of Sixty Six Road in Hannibal, Master of Business Administration (management)

Sarah J. Teifke of State Route 104b in Mexico, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

Alison M. Anderson of Elizabeth Street in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

Stephanie A. Battista of Carson Drive in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

Ashlee L. Brancato of Maple Street in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

Bradford M. Burnham of John Street in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

Rebecca J. Fisher of East Seventh Street in Oswego, Master of Arts (history)

Kari B. Free of Murray Street in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

Michael R. Goodman of Maple Street in Oswego, Master of Business Administration (management)

Casey M. Lawton of Whittemore Road in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

Amanda L. Mainville of East Sixth Street in Oswego, Master of Arts in Teaching (adolescence education)

Malisa A. Martin of Lathrop Street in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (literacy education)

KayCie Simmons of West Van Buren Street in Oswego, Master of Arts (art)

Mary F. Petersen of French Street in Parish, Master of Arts (history)

Admission to SUNY Oswego is competitive. U.S. News Media Group counts SUNY Oswego among the top public regional universities in the North for 2013, and the Princeton Review includes Oswego in its 2013 college guidebook “The Best Northeastern Colleges,” as well as its 2013 list of “best value” colleges and universities nationally.

A 151-year-old comprehensive college in the State University of New York system, Oswego enrolls nearly 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.