Local students receive degrees from Plymouth State University

July 11th, 2013 by Lynn

    PLYMOUTH — The following students were awarded degrees from Plymouth State University at their 142nd Commencement ceremony May 18:

    George Poulin of Plymouth, Bachelor of Science in Accounting

    Laura Dion of Ashland, Bachelor of Science in Accounting

    Chelsea McLean of Campton, Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology/Sociology

    Kelsea Raymond of Holderness, Bachelor of Arts in Art

    Joshua Thompson of Holderness, Master of Science in Athletic Training

    Michelle Crosby of Ashland, Master of Science in Athletic Training

    Marita Clark of Warren, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

    Shayna Norman of Hebron, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

    Ashley Maxner of Campton, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

    Ashley Penn of Plymouth, Bachelor of Science in Childhood Studies

    Alexandra Noble of Bristol, Bachelor of Science in Childhood Studies

    Christopher Chant of Holderness, Bachelor of Science in Childhood Studies

    Elena Kulig of Plymouth, Bachelor of Science in Childhood Studies

    Jessica Brown of Plymouth, Bachelor of Science in Childhood Studies

    Michael Miller of Plymouth, Bachelor of Science in Childhood Studies

    Paul Richards of Bristol, Bachelor of Science in Childhood Studies

    Devon Pasco of Campton, Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

    Michael Lombard of Bristol, Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

    Rachel Umberger of Campton, Master of Education in Counselor Education

    Christopher Rideout of Ashland, Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

    Sarah Weeks of Campton, Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

    Jennifer Wrath of Ashland, Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction

    Norah Aldujayn of Holderness, Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction

    Nicole Daugherty of Campton, Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Studies

    Stephanie Melo of Holderness, Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Studies

    Michelle Diamond of Plymouth, Certificate of Advanced Studies in Educational Leadership

    Ruth DeCotis of Wentworth, Certificate of Advanced Studies in Educational Leadership

    Alaa Alsubhi of Holderness, Master of Education in Educational Leadership

    Jill Martineau of Plymouth, Master of Education in Educational Leadership

    Craig Carpenter of Holderness, Teacher Certification in Educator Certification

    Michelle Bobb of Ashland, Master of Education in Elementary Education

    Adam Di Filippe of Ashland, Bachelor of Arts in English

    Bethany Veith of Holderness, Bachelor of Arts in English

    Kayley Fouts of Ashland, Bachelor of Arts in English

    Melissa Fintonis of Plymouth, Bachelor of Arts in English

    Michael Zarnowski of Campton, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Planning

    Gregory Beebe of Plymouth, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science & Policy

    Meghan MacDonald of Plymouth, Master of Business Administration in General Management

    William Sweeney of Alexandria, Certificate in Health Care Administration

    Kelsie Eckert of Plymouth, Master of Education in Heritage Studies

    Jessica Marker of Campton, Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies

    Kathleen McPherson of Plymouth, Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies

    Lindsey Tebaldi of Ashland, Master of Arts in Teaching in K-12 Art Education

    Suzanne Thibault of Plymouth, Master of Arts in Teaching in K-12 Art Education

    Tamara Mann of Plymouth, Master of Arts in Teaching in K-12 Art Education

    Hani Alahmadi of Plymouth, Master of Education in K-12 Education

    Rachelle Lyons of Plymouth, Master of Education in K-12 Education

    Devin Page of Ashland, Bachelor of Science in Management

    Sarah Levi of Campton, Bachelor of Science in Management

    Caitlin Swanson of Holderness, Bachelor of Science in Marketing

    Christie Quaranta of Campton, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

    Sarah Butler of Plymouth, Master of Education in Mathematics Education

    Amanda Tobine of Campton, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

    Deborah Danzig of Campton, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

    Danielle Bicknell of Ashland, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

    Kendra Newton of Warren, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

    Kristin Melendy of Campton, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

    Sherri Perry of Ashland, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

    Angela Uhlman of Holderness, Certificate in Organizational Approaches to Transformation and Healing

    Bridget Regan of Plymouth, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

    Stephanie Messina of Plymouth, Bachelor of Science in Psychology

    Kristin Smith of Plymouth, Master of Education in Reading and Writing Specialist

    Julie Tallman of Campton, Master of Education in Secondary Education

    Phillip Davis of Bristol, Certificate in Small Business Institute

    Teirrah Hussey of Hebron, Certificate in Small Business Institute

    Jamie King of Wentworth, Bachelor of Science in Social Science

    Stephanie Burge of Ashland, Bachelor of Science in Social Science

    Annette Daniels of Plymouth, Bachelor of Science in Social Work

    Emily Durand of Plymouth, Bachelor of Science in Social Work

    Lauren Doucette of Bristol, Bachelor of Arts in Spanish

    Carol Foley of Holderness, Professional Certification in Specialist Credential

    Christine Gauthier of Campton, Professional Certification in Specialist Credential

    Teirrah Hussey of Hebron, Certificate in Strategic Marketing

    Sarah Hancock of Holderness, Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts

    Plymouth State University is a regional comprehensive university offering a rich, student-focused learning environment with an enrollment of approximately 4,300 undergraduate and approximately 3,000 graduate students.

    The 170-acre campus offers a New England classic look combined with up-to-date facilities including the Lamson Library and Learning Commons; the Boyd Science Center; Langdon Woods, a LEED certified, environmentally conscious residence hall; and PSU’s newest addition, a Welcome Center and Ice Arena and the Silver Center for the Arts. Plymouth State University is part of the University System of New Hampshire and accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

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