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SUNY Oswego lists recipients of advanced degrees, certificates

OSWEGO, NY – SUNY Oswego recently awarded advanced degrees or certificates to several area graduate students.

The local recipients are, with their degree or certificate and major in parentheses:

Zhebiao Jiang of Kellar Road in Central Square (master of business administration, public accounting)

Derrick T. Smith of County Route 4 in Central Square (master of science in education, literacy education)

Garrett P. Wilson of Ruth Road in Central Square (master of arts, history)

Kyle W. Brayton of Utica Street in Fulton (master of business administration, accounting)

Matthew S. Frost of South Fifth Street in Fulton (master of science in education, literacy education)

Mary Koskowski of County Route 8 in Fulton (master of science in education, literacy education)

JoHanna Molascon of Tannery Lane in Fulton (master of science / graduate certificate, mental health counseling)

Alyssa M. Spawn of South Pollard Drive in Fulton (master of science / certificate of advance study, school psychology)

Teryl L. Sullivan of Germandale Drive in Fulton (master of business administration, public accounting)

Shannon B. Baker of P.O. Box 326 in Hannibal (master of science in education, literacy education)

Elizabeth A. Ladd of Blount Road in Hastings (master of science / certificate of advance study, school psychology)

William T. Brangan of Darrow Road in Mexico (master of arts, English)

Brenda D. McAuslan of State Route 104 in Mexico (master of science, mental health counseling)

Jeremy T. Pekarek of P.O. Box 136 in Minetto (master of arts, history)

Elizabeth T. Davis of Gerritt Street in Oswego (graduate certificate, integrated media and social networking)

Anthony J. DiGennaro of East Second Street in Oswego (master of arts, English)

Angela R. Janack of West Seneca Street in Oswego (master of business administration, accounting)

Grace A. Maxon of County Route 25 in Oswego (master of science, mental health counseling)

Emily M. Moreau of Butternut Drive in Oswego (master of science in education, special education)

Adam C. Shoop of Cedarwood Drive in Oswego (master of arts, history)

Tiffany N. Tesoriero of Maiden Lane Road in Oswego (graduate certificate, mental health counseling)

Angela M. Tombolillo of Eisenhower Avenue in Oswego (master of science in education, literacy education)

Rachel L. Halsey of High Street in Pulaski (master of business administration, accounting)

Oswego offers graduate degree and-or certificate programs in art and design, business, chemistry, counseling, education, English, history, human-computer interaction, integrative media and social networking and in a variety of health-related disciplines, including gerontology, play therapy, trauma studies, health and wellness, integraed health systems and health information technology.

Admission to SUNY Oswego is competitive. U.S. News Media Group counts SUNY Oswego among the top public regional universities in the North for 2014, and the Princeton Review includes Oswego in its 2014 college guidebook “The Best Northeastern Colleges,” as well as its 2014 list of “best value” colleges and universities nationally.

A 153-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.