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September 21, 2018

UPDATE: 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:

Amanda C. Armstrong of West Second Street in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (childhood education literacy)

Harold E. Asher of Willow Street in Oswego, Master of Arts (history)

Sarah C. Bame of West Mohawk Street in Oswego, Master of Science in Teaching (adolescence education English)

Jeremy D. Blackburn of East Sixth Street in Oswego, Master of Arts in Teaching (art education)

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

Paolo Cesari of Willow Street in Oswego, Master of Science (mental health counseling)

Steven W. Connolly of County Route 51A in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (technology)

Daniel L. Driscoll of Brown Drive in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (childhood education literacy)

Alesha M. Hall of Maple Street in Oswego, Master of Arts in Teaching (art education)

Caitlin E. Hankinson of West Bridge Street in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education English)

Thomas A. Hyatt of Church Street in Oswego, Master of Business Administration (public accounting)

Isaac S. Kain of West Fifth Street in Oswego, Master of Arts (English)

Audrey L. Luppes of Ohio Street in Oswego, Master of Business Administration (management accounting)

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

Jahleh Mohammadi of Regan Drive in Oswego, Master of Science (mental health counseling)

Nikki A. Newidomy of Skyline Drive in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education English)

Amanda M. Sawyer of West Cayuga Street in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education literacy)

Christina M. Schrader of East Seneca Street in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (childhood education literacy)

Daniel L. Semeraro of East Sixth Street in Oswego, Master of Science (mental health counseling)

Stewart Smith of East Fifth Street in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (childhood education literacy)

Brooke Sterio of Gardenier Road in Oswego, Master of Science in Teaching (adolescence education social studies)

Tod A. Tepfenhart of West Sixth Street in Oswego, Master of Science in Education (adolescence education biology)

Kristian R. Woolley of John Street in Oswego, Master of Science (mental health counseling)

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.

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