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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 May 12 at the college’s 151st Commencement.

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

Tia L. Rubadeau of Shanty Creek Road in Central Square, Master of Science (counseling services)

Lindsey E. Scott of County Route 37 in Central Square, Master of Arts in Teaching (art education)

Michelle A. Speach of Speach Drive in Central Square, Master of Science in Education (business and marketing)

Melissa L. Kringer of Bridge Street in Cleveland, Master of Science in Education (childhood education literacy)

Daniel P. Fallon of P. O. Box 385 in Fair Haven, Master of Business Administration (management accounting)

Nicholas G. Mayo of P. O. Box 546 in Fair Haven, Master of Business Administration (management accounting)

Matthew S. Farfaglia of Cricket Lane in Fulton, Master of Science in Teaching (adolescence education English)

Megan M. Gedney of Germandale Drive in Fulton, Master of Science in Education (childhood education literacy)

Benjamin P. Gerardi of Holly Drive in Fulton, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education German)

Nina M. Jackowski of Silk Road in Fulton, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education social studies)

Amanda L. Joss of Red School House Road in Fulton, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education social studies)

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

Andrew J. Matteson of Kellogg Road in Hannibal, Master of Science in Education (childhood education literacy)

Allison A. Tuttle of Peat Bed Road in Hannibal, Master of Science (mental health counseling)

Christina M. Wilde of Rochester Street in Hannibal, Master of Science in Education (childhood education literacy)

Aubrey M. Agugliaro of Edwards Road in Lacona, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education art)

John J. Pierce of Pierce Road in Martville, Master of Science in Education (childhood education literacy)

Laura J. Defalco of George Road in Mexico, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education German)

Amber S. Harrington of Smithers Road in Mexico, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education literacy)

Aaron Z. Lee of State Route 104B in Mexico, Master of Arts in Teaching (art education)

Susan A. Linerode of P. O. Box 101 in Mexico, Master of Science in Teaching (childhood education)

Nicole A. Wolcik of State Route 3 in Mexico, Master of Science in Education (childhood special education)

Sara N. Wood of P. O. Box 343 in Mexico, Master of Business Administration (management accounting)

Meredith A. Sheeley of State Route 104 in Parish, Master of Science in Education (childhood education literacy)

David M. Guertin of County Route 12 in Pennellville, Master of Science in Education (childhood education)

Joshua H. Blodgett of Rome Road in Pulaski, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education literacy)

Amanda S. Brown of North Fernwood Road in Pulaski, Master of Science in Teaching (adolescence education English)

Jack McCulley of Albion Cross Road in Pulaski, Master of Science in Teaching (adolescence education biology)

Ronald F. Alexander of P. O. Box 55 in Sterling, Master of Science in Education (technical education)

Darin F. Broderick of County Route 26 in West Monroe, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education biology)

Chrystal L. Baldwin of P. O. Box 74 in Williamstown, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education literacy)

Admission to SUNY Oswego is competitive.

U.S. News named it among the “Top Public Regional Universities in the North” for 2012, the Princeton Review and USA Today named SUNY Oswego to their 2012 list of 150 “best value” colleges and universities in the nation and the Princeton Review included Oswego in its 2012 college guidebook “The Best Northeastern Colleges.”

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