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ContentsThe Ceremony9 a.m. Program & Procession ................................................................. 2 1 p.m. Program & Procession ................................................................. 3 4 p.m. Program & Procession ................................................................. 4 Academic Traditions ............................................................................... 5 Officers of the College ............................................................................. 6 Honorary Degree Recipient .................................................................... 8 Commencement Speakers ...................................................................... 8 Student Speaker ....................................................................................... 9 Alumni Banner Presenters ................................................................... 10 SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Student Excellence .......................... 11 College Honors Program and Honors Programs ............................... 12 Possibility Scholars ............................................................................... 12 Honor Organizations ............................................................................. 13 State University of New York Board of Trustees ................................................................................... 14 State University of New York at Oswego College Council ...................................................................................... 14 Retiring Faculty and Professional Staff .............................................. 14Degree Conferrale 9 a.m. ceremony includes undergraduate and graduate degree candidates from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. e 1 p.m. ceremony includes undergraduate and graduate degree candidates from the School of Business. e 4 p.m. ceremony includes undergraduate and graduate degree candidates from the School of Communication, Media and the Arts and the School of Education. Undergraduate Degree Candidates College of Liberal Arts and Sciences ................................................ 15 School of Business .............................................................................. 20 School of Communication, Media and the Arts ............................. 23 School of Education ........................................................................... 26 Division of Extended Learning ......................................................... 28 Graduate Degree Candidates ................................................................ 29 Class of 2016 Senior Class Gifts ............................................................. 32 Public Ceremonies Committee ............................................................. 35 Special Thanks ........................................................................................ 35 Visitor Information ................................................................................. 36 Alma Mater ............................................................................... back cover The College Medallion

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2 9 A.M. PROGRAM | COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCESThe procession begins with the entrance of the chair of the Faculty Assembly bearing the college mace, followed by the retiring faculty and professional sta, summa cum laude graduates leading the undergraduate candidates, graduate candidates, the emeriti faculty, and faculty led by marshals who escort them to special seating areas. When they have taken their places, the platform party enters. The president of the college concludes the procession wearing the college medallion.ORDER OF EXERCISESPrelude and ProcessionalJuan F. La Manna, Organist Selections from Pomp and Circumstance by Edward ElgarConvening of the 155th CommencementJoan M. CarrollNational AnthemLed by Ashley DomenechIntroduction of Platform PartyJoan M. CarrollWelcome Deborah F. StanleyGreetings William Scriber Christopher Collins-McNeilRecognition of Retiring Faculty and Professional StaWalter RoettgerRecognition of Honor StudentsWalter RoettgerPresentation and Conferring of Honorary DegreeDeborah F. Stanley Eunice LewinRemarks by Honorary Degree RecipientJohn M. McHughPresentation and Conferring of Graduate Degrees*Brad KorbesmeyerPresentation and Conferring of Undergraduate Degrees*College of Liberal Arts and Sciences , Adrienne McCormickAlumni Banner PresentationDominique WilliamCharge to GraduatesDeborah F. StanleyAlma MaterLed by Ashley DomenechAdjournment of the 155th CommencementJoan M. CarrollRecessional**Juan F. La Manna, OrganistSelections from La Vaillance by Georg Philipp Telemann READERS Lisa M. Glidden Associate Professor, Political Science Leigh Allison Wilson Professor, English and Creative Writing HONORS MARSHALSLaura Brown Professor, Human Development Webe Celine Kadima Associate Professor, ChemistryUNDERGRADUATE MARSHALSElizabeth Wilcox Assistant Professor, Math Lyn Blanchfield Visiting Assistant Professor, HistoryGRADUATE MARSHALSJames Early Associate Professor, Computer Sciences Gwen Kay Professor, HistoryFACULTY MARSHALSCarolina C. Ilie Associate Professor, Physics John F. Lalande II Professor, Modern Languages and Literatures PLATFORM PARTY Mace Bearer , Joan M. Carroll, Chairperson, Faculty Assembly Christopher Collins-McNeil, President, Student Association, Fall 2015 Emily Nassir President, Student Association, Current Brad Korbesmeyer, Interim Dean, Graduate Studies Adrienne McCormick, Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Jill Pippin, Dean, Extended Learning Kerry Dorsey, Vice President, Development and Alumni Relations Nicholas A. Lyons, Vice President, Administration and Finance Jerald Woolfolk, Vice President, Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Walter Roettger, Acting Provost, Vice President for Academic Affairs Darlene Baker, Member, College Council Saleem Cheeks, Member, College Council Michael J. Goldych, Member, College Council James McMahon, Chair, College Council William Scriber, Member, College Council John M. McHugh, Honorary Degree Recipient Eunice Lewin, State University of New York, Board of Trustees Deborah F. Stanley, PresidentImmediately following the 9 a.m. ceremony, you are invited to a reception held north of the Convocation Center. * Families and guests are requested to hold their applause until all names have been read. ** Audience is to remain seated until all graduates, faculty, and platform party recess.

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3 1 P.M. PROGRAM | SCHOOL OF BUSINESSThe procession begins with the entrance of the chair of the Faculty Assembly bearing the college mace, followed by the retiring faculty and professional sta, summa cum laude graduates leading the undergraduate candidates, graduate candidates, the emeriti faculty, and faculty led by marshals who escort them to special seating areas. When they have taken their places, the platform party enters. The president of the college concludes the procession wearing the college medallion.ORDER OF EXERCISESPrelude and ProcessionalJuan F. La Manna, Organist Selections from Pomp and Circumstance by Edward ElgarConvening of the 155th CommencementJoan M. CarrollNational AnthemLed by Aaron CaracoIntroduction of Platform PartyJoan M. CarrollWelcome Deborah F. StanleyGreetings James McMahon Christopher Collins-McNeilRecognition of Retiring Faculty and Professional StaWalter RoettgerRecognition of Honor StudentsWalter RoettgerAddressMelanie LittlejohnPresentation and Conferring of Graduate Degrees*Brad KorbesmeyerPresentation and Conferring of Undergraduate Degrees*School of Business, Richard SkolnikAlumni Banner PresentationIan CallahanCharge to GraduatesDeborah F. StanleyAlma MaterLed by Aaron CaracoAdjournment of the 155th CommencementJoan M. CarrollRecessional**Juan F. La Manna, OrganistSelections from La Vaillance by Georg Philipp Telemann READERS Dean Crawford Professor, Accounting Andrea Pagano Visiting Associate Professor, AccountingHONORS MARSHALGuy Rob Scott Visiting Assistant Professor, Marketing and ManagementUNDERGRADUATE MARSHALSteve Abraham Professor, Marketing and ManagementGRADUATE MARSHALGraig Arcuri Visiting Assistant Professor, Accounting, Finance and LawFACULTY MARSHALRaihan Khan Associate Professor, Marketing and Managemen t PLATFORM PARTY Mace Bearer , Joan M. Carroll, Chairperson, Faculty Assembly Christopher Collins-McNeil, President, Student Association, Fall 2015 Emily Nassir President, Student Association, Current Brad Korbesmeyer, Interim Dean, Graduate Studies Jill Pippin, Dean, Extended Learning Richard Skolnik, Dean, School of Business Kerry Dorsey, Vice President, Development and Alumni Relations Nicholas A. Lyons, Vice President, Administration and Finance Jerald Woolfolk, Vice President, Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Walter Roettger, Acting Provost, Vice President for Academic Affairs Darlene Baker, Member, College Council Saleem Cheeks, Member, College Council Michael J. Goldych, Member, College Council James McMahon, Chair, College Council William Scriber, Member, College Council Melanie Littlejohn, National Grid Regional Executive Director—Upstate New York Deborah F. Stanley, PresidentImmediately following the 1 p.m. ceremony, you are invited to a reception held north of the Convocation Center. * Families and guests are requested to hold their applause until all names have been read. ** Audience is to remain seated until all graduates, faculty, and platform party recess.

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4 4 P.M. PROGRAM | SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION, MEDIA AND THE ARTS | SCHOOL OF EDUCATIONThe procession begins with the entrance of the chair of the Faculty Assembly bearing the college mace, followed by the retiring faculty and professional sta, summa cum laude graduates leading the undergraduate candidates, graduate candidates, the emeriti faculty, and faculty led by marshals who escort them to special seating areas. When they have taken their places, the platform party enters. The president of the college concludes the procession wearing the college medallion.ORDER OF EXERCISESPrelude and ProcessionalJuan F. La Manna, Organist Selections from Pomp and Circumstance by Edward ElgarConvening of the 155th CommencementJoan M. CarrollNational AnthemLed by Alexander EddingerIntroduction of Platform PartyJoan M. CarrollWelcome Deborah F. StanleyGreetings James McMahon Christopher Collins-McNeilRecognition of Retiring Faculty and Professional StaWalter RoettgerRecognition of Honor StudentsWalter RoettgerAddressSeth MulliganPresentation and Conferring of Graduate Degrees*Brad KorbesmeyerPresentation and Conferring of Undergraduate Degrees*School of Communication, Media and the Arts , Julie Pretzat School of Education , Pamela MichelAlumni Banner PresentationPhoebe MolanoCharge to GraduatesDeborah F. StanleyAlma MaterLed by Alexander EddingerAdjournment of the 155th CommencementJoan M. CarrollRecessional**Juan F. La Manna, OrganistSelections from La Vaillance by Georg Philipp Telemann READERS Michael Riecke Visiting Assistant Professor, Broadcast and Mass Communication Sandra Bargainnier Associate Professor, Health Promotion and WellnessHONORS MARSHALSTiphanie Gonzalez Assistant Professor, Counseling and Psychological Services Mihoko Tsutsumi Assistant Professor, MusicUNDERGRADUATE MARSHALSR. Deborah Davis Professor, Curriculum and Instruction Laura Spenceley Assistant Professor, Counseling and Psychological ServicesGRADUATE MARSHALSMichael LeBlanc Professor, Counseling and Psychological Services Donna Matteson Associate Professor, TechnologyFACULTY MARSHALSMark Hardy Associate Professor, Technology Aleksandra Kraszpulska Assistant Professor, Theatre PLATFORM PARTY Mace Bearer , Joan M. Carroll, Chairperson, Faculty Assembly Christopher Collins-McNeil, President, Student Association, Fall 2015 Emily Nassir President, Student Association, Current Brad Korbesmeyer, Interim Dean, Graduate Studies Jill Pippin, Dean, Extended Learning Pamela Michel, Dean, School of Education Julie Pretzat, Dean, School of Communication, Media and the Arts Kerry Dorsey, Vice President, Development and Alumni Relations Nicholas A. Lyons, Vice President, Administration and Finance Jerald Woolfolk, Vice President, Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Walter Roettger, Acting Provost, Vice President for Academic Affairs Seth Mulligan, Operations Manager, TCGplayer.com Darlene Baker, Member, College Council Michael J. Goldych, Member, College Council James McMahon, Chair, College Council William Scriber, Member, College Council Deborah F. Stanley, PresidentImmediately following the 4 p.m. ceremony, you are invited to a reception held north of the Convocation Center. * Families and guests are requested to hold their applause until all names have been read. ** Audience is to remain seated until all graduates, faculty, and platform party recess.

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5 Academic TraditionsThe Commencement Setting — The 2007 ceremonies marked the first graduations to take place in Oswego’s Marano Campus Center. Located in the heart of campus, the Marano Campus Center represents the college’s social hub and a gathering place for events appealing to a wide range of student, faculty and community interests. This $25.5 million building was the first new construction on our lakeside campus in 35 years when it opened in the fall of 2006.The Academic Procession — The centuries-old pageantry of the academic procession dates from ancient traditions rooted in the early universities. Since the clergy were in charge of the first academic ceremonies, they followed the familiar order of religious processions.The Tradition of Academic Attire — Caps, gowns and hoods worn at college and university functions date from the Middle Ages. Monks and students of that time wore them to keep warm in the damp, drafty halls of learning. From these practical origins they have developed into the accepted garb which symbolizes scholarly achievement. Baccalaureate gowns have a long, pleated front with shirring across the shoulders and back. They are primarily distinguished by flowing sleeves pointed at the fingertips. These gowns may be worn open or closed. The master’s gown is worn open and the sleeve is cut so that the forearm comes through a slit just above the elbow. The lining of the hood is satin and the color represents the school conferring the degree. The velvet border color represents the discipline in which the degree was earned. Doctoral gowns are traditionally worn open, but either open or closed is acceptable. They carry broad, velvet panels down the front and three velvet bars on the full, round sleeves. This velvet trim ming may be either black or the color distinctive of the degree. Mortarboards or caps worn with baccalaureate and master’s gowns generally have black tassels. The tassel of the doctoral cap is usually made of gold bullion. The doctoral hood gives color and meaning to the academic cos tume. Its silk lining bears the color of the institution conferring the degree. The hood is bordered with velvet of a prescribed width and color to indicate the field of learning to which the degree pertains.Honor Cords for Veterans — United States veterans graduating from SUNY Oswego are wearing red, white and blue honor cords in recognition of their service and sacrifice.The College Medallion is worn by the SUNY Oswego president as a symbol of authority at all official ceremonies such as Commencement and Honors Convocation. Oswego is represented in the perfect center of the medallion by a tiny green and gold circle. The dot is located properly on an outline of New York state, which itself surmounts a globe to show the relationship of our institution to the state and the world. Fashioned by Dominic T. DiPasquale of the Art Department for president James Perdue’s 1966 inauguration, the medallion was a gift of the Class of 1966 for the occasion. A wreath of gold leaves surrounds the globe and is circled by a flat band bearing the engraved college name and two dates: 1861, the college founding; and 1948, the founding of the State University of which Oswego was a charter unit. On the clasp above the medallion sits a gold lamp of knowledge, emblematic of a seat of learning. (Photo, page 1.)The College Mace — In medieval times the mace was a weapon of offense with the metal head often heavily spiked. Today it appears chiefly in ceremonial functions of churches, governments, colleges and universities. The head of the Oswego mace holds a jade sphere symbolizing the university of wisdom and knowledge, surrounded by four silver flanges unfolding petal-like without imprisoning the sphere and representing the potential of disciplined imagination, the goal of higher education. The richness of the jade and the rose wood shaft reflect the pomp and solemnity of academic ceremony. A gift of the Class of 1969 for President James Perdue’s inauguration, the Oswego mace has been in use at Commencement ever since. Joseph F. Shoenfelt of the art faculty created its design and silver work, with the rosewood turning by William D. Todd, formerly of the technology faculty. (Photo, page 25.)Academic ColorsBrown ............................. Fine Arts Citron ..................... Social Science Copper ......................... Economics Crimson ..................... Journalism Dark Blue .................... Philosophy Drab ........................ Accountancy, Business Science Gold ..................... Science Kelly Green .................... Medicine Lemon ................. Library Science Light Blue ..................... Education Orange ....................... Engineering Peacock Blue ...................... Public Administration Pink ..................................... Music Purple ..................................... Law Sage Green ...................... Physical Education Salmon Pink .......... Public Health Scarlet ............................ Theology Silver .................. Oratory (Speech) White ........................ Arts, Letters, Humanities

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6 Walter Roettger Acting Provost, Vice President for Academic Affairs At Oswego since April 4, Dr. Roettger oversees all instructional and academic programs, including the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School of Business, School of Education, and School of Communication, Media and the Arts. He is president emeritus of Lyon College, which he led to top tier status among national liberal arts colleges, and served other colleges and universities as a vice president, provost, and dean, among other administrative roles. Since his retirement from Lyon, he has provided interim leadership to institutions around the nation. He received his bachelor’s degree from Stanford University and doctorate from the University of Colorado at Boulder, both in political science, and served with the U.S. Air Force.Nicholas A. Lyons Vice President for Administration and Finance As SUNY Oswego’s officer in charge of financial operations and facilities, Mr. Lyons has overseen the recent years of construction and renovation that have gone far in transforming the campus. He has served the State University since 1978, having worked previously as assistant vice president for administration at SUNY New Paltz, as university internal control officer and in several administrative positions at System Administration and the Research Foundation of SUNY. He holds degrees in business administration from SUNY Morrisville and SUNY Plattsburgh. At Oswego, he oversees finance, student accounts, human resources, environmental health and safety, campus police, physical plant, publications, facilities design and construction, and purchasing.Kerry Dorsey Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Ms. Dorsey is SUNY Oswego’s principal fundraiser and executive director of the Oswego College Foundation, the college’s development operation. First as director of development and then as associate vice president for development and alumni relations, she managed the college’s first comprehensive fundraising campaign, which raised nearly $24 million. In addition to development she oversees alumni and parent relations and WRVO-FM. She previously worked in Oswego County government for 20 years, advancing to deputy county administrator. Gov. George Pataki in 1996 appointed her chair of Oswego’s College Council, where she served until joining the college staff in 2003. She received a bachelor’s degree in communication studies from SUNY Oswego in 1981. Jerald Woolfolk Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Dr. Woolfolk supervises the college’s units dealing with admissions, financial aid, career services, health services, counseling services, athletics, campus life, housing, student advisement and student conduct as well as Auxiliary Services. She previously served as vice president for student affairs, enrollment management and diversity at Mississippi Valley State University, vice president for student affairs at CUNY’s College of Staten Island and associate dean of students for residential life at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. She received her doctorate in urban higher education and her bachelor’s degree from Jackson State University in Mississippi, and a master’s degree from Iowa State University.Officers of the CollegeDeborah F. Stanley President Deborah F. Stanley is SUNY Oswego’s 10th president. Her 19-year tenure has been highlighted by academic excellence, campus renewal and the creation of a learner-centered environment. She established the Presidential Scholarship Program for outstanding academic achievers, the Possibility Scholarship Program, and the pioneering Oswego Guarantee covering cost, class size and time-to-degree matters for students. She laid the foundation for national and international accreditation for the School of Education and School of Business. Under her leadership, such new programs as engineering and human-computer interaction and online MBA programs were established. Oswego is seeing the fruits of her ambitious campus-wide renewal plan, now in its second decade, which encompasses hundreds of millions of dollars in renovations and construction, including the new Shineman Center for Science, Engineering and Innovation. She launched Oswego’s first comprehensive fundraising campaigns and spearheaded a massive upgrade of campus technological capabilities. She is tenured in the School of Business. She earned baccalaureate and juris doctor degrees from Syracuse University, which has presented her its Distinguished Alumni Award. The State Senate has named her a New York State Woman of Distinction. She is chair-elect of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities board of directors.

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7 Adrienne McCormickDean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dr. McCormick was appointed dean in July, after serving for 16 years at SUNY Fredonia in roles including interim associate provost for curriculum, assessment and academic support, interim assistant provost for special initiatives, professor and chair of English, and director of women’s studies. She received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Faculty Service in 2012. She is the author of publications on contemporary women poets, filmmakers and dramatists. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English literature and dramatic arts and sciences from Queens University of Charlotte, her master’s degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and her Ph.D. in literature in English and a graduate certificate in women’s studies from the University of Maryland.Pamela A. MichelDean, School of Education Dr. Michel previously served as chair of the curriculum and instruction department and taught in the graduate literacy program. She earned her bachelor’s degree in music and education from Elmira College and a master’s degree and Ph.D. in reading and language arts from Syracuse University. She is the author of the book The Child’s View of Reading: Understandings for Teachers and Parents , as well as many other publications contributing to the field of literacy.Julie PretzatDean, School of Communication, Media and the Arts Dr. Pretzat became dean after serving as the school’s first associate dean. Previously she chaired Oswego’s music department. While a professor of music, she received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. She has organized and conducted hundreds of performances by community and college choral groups and has collaborated with college, community and professional choral, musical theater and opera groups throughout Central New York. She co-chaired the college’s most recent accreditation review. Appointed to Oswego in 1985, she holds a bachelor’s degree from Smith College, a master of music degree from the University of Michigan, and a doctor of musical arts degree from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati.Richard J. SkolnikDean, School of Business Before becoming dean of Oswego’s School of Business, Dr. Skolnik served as chair of the accounting, finance and law department and as director of the master’s in business administration program. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and has been involved with the CFA Institute in numerous areas. He has published research articles on investments, higher education pedagogy, and financial economics. He has a Ph.D. in managerial economics and a master’s degree in operations research and statistics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Michigan.Brad KorbesmeyerInterim Dean, Graduate Studies and Research Interim dean since January 2015, Mr. Korbesmeyer was previously associate dean of Oswego’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. He was director of the creative writing program from 2001 to 2010. He has received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Phi Kappa Phi honor society’s “Love of Learning” award, among other honors. Before joining SUNY Oswego in 1991, Korbesmeyer held corporate communications and human resources management positions for a variety of companies including Denny’s, United Van Lines and Greer Hydraulics. He earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia and a master of fine arts degree in playwriting from Carnegie Mellon University.Jill PippinDean, Extended Learning Before rejoining Oswego in January 2014, Mrs. Pippin served for eight years as dean for continuing education at Jefferson Community College. Her career, spanning both academic and business positions in roles such as director for graduate services and enrollment, business adjunct instructor, director of operations and major accounts manager, as well as her experience earning her MBA from Franklin University, has instilled a passion for serving adult and non-traditional college students. Most recently, the Oswego alumna developed and managed the Jefferson Higher Education Center, shepherded the growth of Jefferson’s military services on Fort Drum, and won and administered millions of dollars in grants serving those markets. The Continuing Education Association of New York named her the 2013 Outstanding Continuing Educator.

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8 Honorary Degree RecipientJohn M. McHugh Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree John M. McHugh, the 21st Secretary of the United States Army from 2009 to 2015, is the second longest-serving Army secretary in history. As secretary, he functioned as chief executive officer of the world’s greatest land force, responsible for more than one million soldiers and 250,000 civilian employees. He had oversight on all matters relating to the Army and developed and implemented an annual budget that, at its height, exceeded $243 billion. During his tenure, he earned a reputation as a hands-on problem solver. When he came to office, the Army was engaged in two wars; he oversaw the largest retrograde operation since World War II, all while reducing the size of the Army in response to budget cuts. He fundamentally reshaped how the Army does business. Throughout the Army’s challenges, he worked to maintain and improve the quality of life of its soldiers and civilians. He also served as public sector chairperson of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention. Before becoming secretary, Mr. McHugh represented Northern and Central New York in the U.S. House of Representatives. During his nine terms — all of which he served on the Armed Services Committee — he earned a reputation as a strong advocate for soldiers and families. He served as a member of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and for six years as chairman of the Subcommittee on the Postal Service. He was also a member of House International Relations Committee, the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the board of visitors of the U.S. Military Academy. A native of Watertown, New York, Mr. McHugh received a bachelor’s degree in political science from Utica College of Syracuse University and a master’s degree in public administration from the State University of New York’s Nelson A. Rockefeller Graduate School of Public Affairs. In 2013, he received the Rockefeller School’s Lifetime Achievement Award. In acknowledgement of his distinguished achievements, lifetime commitment to work in government, and exemplary service to the nation and the people of New York State, John M. McHugh is recognized today by the State University of New York with the honorary Doctor of Laws degree.Commencement SpeakerMelanie Littlejohn National Grid Regional Executive Director for Upstate New York Melanie Littlejohn is the regional executive director of National Grid’s Upstate New York Division, the company’s largest division. She is responsible for establishing and maintaining strong local relationships that drive superior customer satisfaction and promoting safety and reliability of the network, emergency management, economic development initiatives, gas and electric energy efficiency programs, renewable energy solutions, and distributed resource projects in line with customer priorities in Upstate New York. National Grid is an electricity and natural gas delivery company with nearly seven million customers in New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. It is the largest distributor of natural gas in the Northeast and also operates the systems that deliver gas and electricity across Great Britain. Previously Ms. Littlejohn was the executive director of energy solutions delivery for National Grid’s Central New York division, where she was responsible for managing relations with commercial and industrial customers. She joined the company, then called Niagara Mohawk, in 1994 as the director of inclusion and diversity for U.S. operations. Her earlier positions include executive director of the Urban League of Onondaga County and manager of international client services for Banker’s Trust Company in the Wall Street District. Ms. Littlejohn currently serves as a member of the board of directors of Pathfinder Bank, CenterState CEO, and Manufacturers Association of Central New York; and as a trustee or officer of Onondaga County Community College, the Business Advisory Council for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Consensus CNY (commission member), SUNY Morrisville Business School Council of Advisors, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Downtown Committee, Say Yes to Education (Scholarship Board), and the Community-Wide Dialogue Advisory Board. Among her many awards are the 2014 Business Leaders Award from Partners for Education and Business, 2012 House of Providence Humanitarian Award, Network Journal’s 25 Influential Black Women in Business award in 2011, 2011 Leadership Greater Syracuse Distinguished Community Leader Award, 2011 Community-Wide Dialogue Racial Justice Award, 2010 NAACP Freedom Award and Omega Psi Phi Citizen of the Year Award. Ms. Littlejohn earned a bachelor's degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a master’s in business administration from Syracuse University.

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9 Commencement SpeakerMelanie Littlejohn National Grid Regional Executive Director for Upstate New York Melanie Littlejohn is the regional executive director of National Grid’s Upstate New York Division, the company’s largest division. She is responsible for establishing and maintaining strong local relationships that drive superior customer satisfaction and promoting safety and reliability of the network, emergency management, economic development initiatives, gas and electric energy efficiency programs, renewable energy solutions, and distributed resource projects in line with customer priorities in Upstate New York. National Grid is an electricity and natural gas delivery company with nearly seven million customers in New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. It is the largest distributor of natural gas in the Northeast and also operates the systems that deliver gas and electricity across Great Britain. Previously Ms. Littlejohn was the executive director of energy solutions delivery for National Grid’s Central New York division, where she was responsible for managing relations with commercial and industrial customers. She joined the company, then called Niagara Mohawk, in 1994 as the director of inclusion and diversity for U.S. operations. Her earlier positions include executive director of the Urban League of Onondaga County and manager of international client services for Banker’s Trust Company in the Wall Street District. Ms. Littlejohn currently serves as a member of the board of directors of Pathfinder Bank, CenterState CEO, and Manufacturers Association of Central New York; and as a trustee or officer of Onondaga County Community College, the Business Advisory Council for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Consensus CNY (commission member), SUNY Morrisville Business School Council of Advisors, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Downtown Committee, Say Yes to Education (Scholarship Board), and the Community-Wide Dialogue Advisory Board. Among her many awards are the 2014 Business Leaders Award from Partners for Education and Business, 2012 House of Providence Humanitarian Award, Network Journal’s 25 Influential Black Women in Business award in 2011, 2011 Leadership Greater Syracuse Distinguished Community Leader Award, 2011 Community-Wide Dialogue Racial Justice Award, 2010 NAACP Freedom Award and Omega Psi Phi Citizen of the Year Award. Ms. Littlejohn earned a bachelor's degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a master’s in business administration from Syracuse University. Commencement SpeakerSeth Mulligan TCGplayer.com Operations Manager Mr. Mulligan is the operations manager at TCGplayer.com, responsible for ensuring and improving the performance and efficiency of departmental and business operations to increase profitability. He serves as a liaison between all teams and assists with driving improvement initiatives and maintaining existing capabilities. He works on the continuous development and improvement of procedures focused on strengthening and optimizing the company's teams, processes, systems and reporting. He also helps in recruiting new hires and creating and improving their on-boarding and training procedures. Prior to joining TCGplayer, Mr. Mulligan was vice president for innovation services at CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity and led its innovation and entrepreneurship portfolio. He operated at the Syracuse Technology Garden and served as the executive director for the Clean Tech Center. He provided highlevel venture development assistance for early stage entrepreneurs, emerging businesses, and innovation industry leaders. He also led the Clean Tech Center, a strategic business development accelerator, which helps develop renewable and clean energy technology companies in New York State. Among his professional roles in the past were leading Apple Store operations as a part of retail management. He was also an entrepreneur himself and founded and grew a biofuels firm focusing on creating renewable heating fuels. Mr. Mulligan holds a master's of public administration degree from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University as well as a master's of professional services degree in community services administration and undergraduate degrees in political science and philosophy from Alfred University. Student SpeakerChristopher Collins-McNeil Former President, SUNY Oswego Student Association A graduating senior in political science, Mr. Collins-McNeil, of Ossining, served in many leadership roles during his time on campus, including WTOP-10 TV news anchor, student organization president, resident assistant, and Student Association senator and director. In many of these roles he was dedicated to building an activist culture on campus. In October 2015, he served as the first student moderator of the Dr. Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit. He studied abroad in Madrid and Cuba, acquired experience in Washington, D.C., with the advocacy group Common Cause, and resigned the Student Association presidency in February to take a full-time position as a field organizer for a Baltimore mayoral candidate’s campaign. He plans to work in progressive politics in the D.C.-Maryland-Virginia area.

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10 Alumni Banner PresentersDominique William Banner Presenter, School of Liberal Arts and Science Born in the Bronx, Ms. Williams graduates with a bachelor’s degree in sociology with a minor in sustainability studies. During her time at Oswego, she served as the senior class planning coordinator. She spent three years as a resident assistant in Cayuga Hall and as a public relations chair for the Sociology Club. Her passion for community and diversity led her to create programs that address social inequality and encourage unity among the student body. After graduation, she will pursue a career in diversity education and environmental sustainability.Ian Callahan Banner Presenter, School of Business A native of Massapequa Park, Mr. Callahan graduates with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. During his time at Oswego, he served as a Telefund caller/ fundraiser. He spent four years as a brother of Delta Kappa Kappa, a local men’s fraternity that promotes leadership through honorable and upright living. He devoted much of his time during his last semester at Oswego to local nonprofits by interning at Make-A-Wish Central New York. In addition, he participated in the planning of For The Kids, a campaign that raises awareness and funds for victims of child abuse in Oswego County. He hopes to find a career in the advertising industry.Phoebe Molano Banner Presenter, School of Education and School of Communication, Media and the Arts Ms. Molano graduates with a public relations bachelor’s degree with a minor in Spanish. She grew up in Setauket. She came to SUNY Oswego to follow in her father’s footsteps and pursue her dream of working as a public relations practitioner for a nonprofit organization in New York City. During her four years at SUNY Oswego, she was a student caller for The Fund for Oswego and an active member of the Public Relations Student Society of America. After graduation, she hopes to make a difference in the world, wherever that may be. A leader in education and an advocate of free public schools, Edward Austin Sheldon (1823-1897) was responsible for opening the Oswego Normal School in May 1861. Sheldon’s pioneering ideas in object teaching became a model for other normal schools throughout the nation and around the world. Sculptor John Frances Brines designed the statue that was constructed with penny contributions from school children throughout the state in 1899.

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11 Juanita Diaz Senior zoology major with geology and biocultural anthropology minors Ms. Diaz, a native of Cincinnatus, is a veteran of field and lab work in evolutionary paleoecology, studying the Late Devonian mass extinction. She recently presented her independent study project to the Geological Society of America’s Northeastern Section conference. President and former treasurer of the Pride Alliance, she serves on the college’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and as a resident assistant and for merly was a member of State Singers—all while excelling in the classroom. Her volunteerism has included summers helping with the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Conference. The future — “I plan to get my Ph.D. in zoology or ecology and evolutionary biology as I would like to be a professor and work on answering evolutionary questions using phylogenomic methods.” SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Student ExcellenceThe highest student recognition through the SUNY system, the award recognizes students who earn high grade-point averages and make outstanding contributions to their campus and community.Iain Thompson Senior biochemistry major with pre-health emphasis A nontraditional student from Buffalo, Mr. Thomp son has studied toxic metals such as lead in Syracuse children and last summer was a researcher at the National Brain Research Centre in New Delhi. Presi dent and co-founder of the Pre-Health Care Club, he also is a member of the C-STEP Club. He coordinated the Fight Ataxia Together Race, which raised over $15,000 to combat the genetic disorder Friedreich’s ataxia. Also a personal trainer, he has worked a variety of jobs to support his education, and interned and volunteered at Oswego Hospital. Last year, he earned the college’s Dr. Walter Freund Memorial Scholarship in pre-health. The future — “I will be taking my MCAT this summer and applying to medical school for fall 2017. In the interim, I am applying for research positions at several research institutes.” Tyler Pelle Senior meteorology and applied mathematics majors Mr. Pelle, from Sparta, New Jersey, served as 2015-16 director of SUNY Oswego’s Lake Effect Storm and Research Center, building on field research he did with the Ontario Winter Lake-effect System project. He worked last summer as a National Science Foundation research affiliate at MIT’s Haystack Observatory. Vice president of the Meteorology Club, he has attended national American Meteorological Society meetings, served as a counselor for Oswego’s mathematics bridge camp, volunteered with Adopt-a-Grandparent and Team Red, White and Blue, and presented at the Great Lakes Atmospheric Science Symposium. Academic honors include earning the college’s Lewis R. Ritter Upper Division Mathematics Award in 2015. The future — “This fall, I will be attending the University of California, Irvine, as a Ph.D. candi date in the earth system science program to study the modeling of Arctic sea ice and its response to both natural and forced climate change.”

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12 College Honors ProgramThe Oswego College Honors Program consists of a core of courses in the social sciences, humanities, natural sciences, philosophy and history designed to stimulate students’ intellectual growth and develop their analytical abilities. Unlike traditional courses, which present material from a single field of study, Honors Program courses are multi-disciplinary, drawing ideas and information from many fields and addressing concerns common to all the disciplines. In addition to Honors core requirements and all the requirements in their majors, Honors Program students must also meet requirements in laboratory science and a foreign language and complete an Honors Thesis, in which they explore a topic in some depth. The following students from the Class of 2016, wearing silver tassels, are completing the requirements for the SUNY Oswego College Honors Program:Kimberlyn Bailey Erin Bischoff Kasey Bokuniwiecz Corinne Bottelsen Bianca Camillaci Shelby Coyle Victoria Diana Caleb Dorn Alexander Eddinger Nicholas Edington Rachel Edic Heather Eldridge Michaela Formas Esther Gabriel Karleen Gabriel Hallie Gaffney Zachary Gerber Rebecca Gill Meghan Gillen Jared Gould Courtney Hafer Paige Haney Jessica Hebblethwaite Thomas Huffaker Kevin Kania Samantha Kaye Kelly Kearns Amber Kent Matthew Kostyshak Victoria Love Courtney Lubin William Mann Kyle Martindale Alexander Piechowicz-Merluzzi Morgan Noone Ryan O’Grady Sasha Padilla Tyler Pelle Justine Polonski Irene Putzig Kenneth Roffo Sarah Saxton Alyssa Seldes Julia Shipley Bryan Springall Serena Testone Scott WiktorowskiHonors ProgramsHonors Programs have been instituted for outstanding students in the fields of biology, chemistry, economics, history, mathematics, meteorology, physics, political science and psychology. The eligibility requirements for these programs are rigorous and the coursework itself is beyond the scope of that of regular classes. The following students from this class have completed an Honors Program:Amanda D. M. Gunarathna Vasala Mudiyanse – Chemistry Heather Eldridge – Zoology Sasha Padilla – Chemistry Tyler Pelle – Meteorology Rachel Scalzo – Chemistry Alison Taylor – Chemistry Iain Thompson – Chemistry Hannah Valentino – Chemistry Ethan Walker – ChemistryPossibility ScholarsThe Possibility Scholars Awards are presented to the graduating Possibility Scholars in recognition of their accomplishments in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics fields throughout their four years as a scholar. Such accomplishments include rigorous laboratory-based summer research projects through the Summer Research Institute and an international service learning experience through the Global Laboratory to study real-world problems such as mitigating climate change, controlling emerging diseases, reducing extreme poverty, developing sustainable energy resources, and wisely managing water and food systems.Alexandra Corrao Justin D'Antonio Amy Hannahan Mateusz Zuba

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13 Honor Organizations Alpha Delta Omega Public Justice Honor Society – an open, democratic organization of individuals committed to academic excellence and to the ideal of justice, fairness, freedom and equality for all people in all aspects of society. Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society for Adult Learners – recognizes the special achievements of adult students who accomplish academic excellence while facing competing interests of home and work. Alpha Psi Omega National Dramatics Honor Society – an honorary society founded in 1924 that recognizes outstanding student achievement in college and university theatre. Beta Alpha Psi National Business Honor Society – the international honorary organization for accounting and finance students and professionals, recognizes academic excellence and promotes professional development and service activities among its members. Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society for AACSB Accredited Schools – serving business programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Chi Alpha Epsilon Educational Opportunity Program Honor Society – recognizes the academic achievements of students admitted to colleges and universities through non-traditional criteria and serves EOP students. Promotes continued high academic standards, fosters increased communication among its members, and honors academic excellence achieved by those students. Chi Sigma Iota International Honor Society of Professional Counseling and for Professional Counselors – established in 1985 to provide recognition for outstanding achievement and service within the profession by counselors-in-training, counselor educators, and professional counselors whose career commitment is to research and serve through professional counseling. Delta Phi Alpha German Honor Society – recognizes excellence in the study of German; promotes higher scholarship and study of German language, literature and civilization; emphasizing aspects of German life and the culture of universal value contributing to the eternal search for peace and truth. Epsilon Pi Tau International Honor Society for Professions in Technology – membership based on high scholastic attainment, participation and leadership in Technology in the college and in the community, and professional qualifications and promise. Kappa Delta Pi National Education Honor Society – recognizes excellence and fosters mutual cooperation, support and professional growth for educational professionals. Lambda Alpha Anthropology Honor Society – promotes scholarship and research in anthropology by recognizing and honoring superior achievement in the discipline among students, faculty and other persons engaged in the study of anthropology. Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Studies Honor Society – represents what Aristotle described in his book, Rhetoric, as the three ingredients of persuasion: Logos meaning logic, Pathos relating to emotion, and Ethos derived as character, credibility and ethics. Mu Beta Psi National Honorary Musical Fraternity – co-ed service fraternity encouraging fellowship among musicians and is devoted to the study and performance of music. Omicron Delta Epsilon International Academic Honor Society – recognizes scholastic attainment and honors outstanding achievements in economics — establishment of closer ties between students and faculty in economics. Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society – recognizes and encourages superior leadership and exemplary character, excellence as students and leaders in student groups, organizations, and activities. Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society – requires a high overall GPA and even higher GPA in history, sponsoring student trips and outside lecturers. Phi Beta Delta – an international honor society recognizing students, faculty, staff and alumni; who possess a deep commitment to international affairs, education, and research; who have made significant contributions to expanding global engagement and world awareness. Members of this honorary are wearing bronze medallions with red and yellow ribbons. Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society – promotes superior scholarship in all academic disciplines, honoring students who excel in scholarship in order to stimulate others to strive for excellence. Pi Delta Phi French Honor Society – recognizes outstanding scholarship in the French language and literatures, to increase the knowledge and appreciation of Americans for the cultural contributions of the French-speaking world, to stimulate and to encourage French and francophone cultural activities. Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society – members are indicative of superior attainment in music and personal qualifications pertaining to an outstanding exponent of the art. Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society – stimulates scholarship and intelligent interest in political science to provide a framework for enriching the exposure of its members and community to the study of government and issues of public concern. Psi Chi National Honor Society for Psychology – encourages, stimulates and maintains excellence in scholarship and advancing the science of psychology. Sigma Delta Pi National Hispanic Honor Society – recognizes excellence in the study of Spanish and provides incentive for Spanish language study, leadership, and service. Its motto is the Greek phrase “Spanas Didagi Progomen” meaning “Let’s go forth/continue forth under the teaching/guidance of the Spanish language.” Sigma Iota Rho is an interdisciplinary international affairs honor society. Promotes and rewards scholarship and service among students and practitioners of internal studies, international affairs, and global studies. Fosters integrity and creative performance in the conduct of world affairs. Sigma Pi Sigma National Physics Honor Society – honors outstanding scholarship in physics; encourages interest in physics at all levels; promotes service of its members toward fellow students, colleagues and the public; and provides fellowship of those who excel in physics. Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society – confers distinction for high academic achievement in English and Creative Writing and promotes interest in literature and writing. Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society – recognizes scientific achievement, enhances health of research enterprise, fosters integrity in science and engineering and promotes the public’s understanding of science for the purpose of improving the human condition. Tau Sigma Academic Honor Society – recognizes and promotes the academic excellence and involvement of transfer students. Vega Junior and Senior Women’s Honor Society – women’s junior and senior honor society which places strong value on academic leadership and community service.

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14 State University of New YorkBoard of TrusteesH. Carl McCall Chairman Joseph W. Belluck Byron Brown Eric Corngold Henrik N. Dullea Ronald G. Ehrenberg Angelo M. Fatta Peter Knuepfer Eunice A. Lewin Marshall A. Lichtman Stanely Litow Thomas Mastro Richard Socarides Carl Spielvogel Cary F. Staller Nina Tamrowski Lawrence WaldmanChancellor of the UniversityNancy L. ZimpherSUNY Oswego College CouncilJames M. McMahon Chair Darlene Baker Saleem Cheeks Richard Farfaglia Michael J. Goldych Brian McGrath Baye Muhammad Emily Nassir William Scriber Gary Sluzar SUNY Oswego Retiring Faculty and Professional StaffJoan Carroll Associate Professor, Department of Accounting, Finance and Law Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1980 Karel Kurst-Swanger Professor, Department of Public Justice Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1998 Rhonda Mandel Professor, Department of Human Development Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1983 Jacqueline Reihman Distinguished Teaching Professor, Department of Psychology Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1981 Stephen Saraydar Professor, Department of Anthropology Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1977 Barbara Shaffer Director of Penfield Library Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1999 Charles Spector Professor, Department of Accounting, Finance and Law Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1974

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15 Jacqueline Alma Blocker-Marshall, Bronx * Amber Marie Blom, Syracuse Brianne Marie Bonner, Syracuse Edward Adu Bonsu, Oswego ** Matthew J. Bookhout, Dryden John Raphael Borrino, Staten Island ** Corrine Alyssa Bottelsen, Brookfield, CT * Mazen Bouzeineddine, Salmiya, Kuwait James Bryant Bowe, Auburn Tyler Simonne Bowman, Cortlandt Manor Bahisha N. Braimah, Bronx Whitney Anne Brand, Baldwinsville * Daniel F. Brannan, Fulton Christopher Bridgewater, Brooklyn * Sarah Elizabeth Brill, Mount Morris James E. Brooks, Buffalo Aaron Brown, Brooklyn Christie Elisabeth Brown, Pennellville Justin James Brown, Marion Shanice Charmaine Najair Brown, Jamaica Kaitlyn A. Browne, Shrub Oak ** Hunter M. Bruno, Plattsburgh Johnathan Robert Bruno, Holtsville ** Kristin Ann Brust, Burnt Hills * Eliza Brutyan, Nanuet Tatiana M. Bruzda, Rochester Akwasi S. Buansi Jr., Brooklyn Christina Elise Buckingham, Oswego Brittney J. Bull, Falconer Tia Nicole Bullard, Oswego Rachel A. Bullock, Johnson City William John Bunch, Cochecton Brendan Ian Burgie, Ozone Park Ahlearie Dinelle Busbee, Gloversville Devin Bryan Busch, Altamont Shawn Irving Butler, Auburn Nicholas J. Butto, Waterford Rebecca L. Cafarelli, Liverpool Troy Nelson Calkin, Endicott * Tyler Hayden Calzada, Bolton Landing * Bianca Ann Camillaci, Hilton ** Amanda Rose Campanini, Brewster * Taylor J. Campbell, New Woodstock Jessica Isabel Campo, Ronkonkoma Mark Candelario, Greenfield Park Kelvin Canela, Bronx Matthew James Capobianco, Kings Park ** Molly E. Cappiello, Stanley Casey A. Capstick, Medina Jacob Allen Carder, Walworth Douglas Malcolm Carey, Saratoga Springs Eric David Carnright, Cornwall on Hudson Jenavieve Carollo, Mexico College of Liberal Arts and SciencesThe College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is the largest academic division in SUNY Oswego, boasting eighteen academic departments, fifteen interdisciplinary programs, five graduate programs, and several certificate programs. Providing a learning-centered community committed to high intellectual standards, the College offers more than forty undergraduate majors in subjects ranging from American Studies to Zoology, nearly as many minors, and eight cooperative degree programs. Through in-depth study in traditional and interdisciplinary programs we prepare students to identify and develop productive solutions to the many challenges facing regional, national, and global civil society.Candidates for Baccalaureate DegreeSubject to completion of all degree require ments, degrees will be conferred upon those individuals listed herein who have met the requirements of their respective degrees in December 2015, May 2016 and August 2016. In an effort to honor graduating seniors individually, SUNY Oswego selects faculty members to read each graduate’s name as they receive congratulations from their dean and the president. *** Summa Cum Laude (3.80–4.00) identified by gold cap and gown. ** Magna Cum Laude (3.60.79) identified by gold honor stole. * Cum Laude (3.30.59) identified by gold honor rope. College Honors Program identified by silver tassel. Devan Michelle Aber, Staten Island ** Riley Morgan Ackley, Oneonta Monika Acosta, Brooklyn Sonia Tonlio Agokeng, Bronx Brandon James Agostinelli, Penfield Jazlyne Marie Agosto, Bronx * Chelsea E. Aiosa, Vestal Deborah Ajayi, Homewood, IL Lissy C. Alcantara, New York Lizandra Alcantara, Syracuse Cameron Thomas Alldredge, Fairport Gianna Marie Aloisio, Lockport Alexander J. Alvarado, Oswego Karen D. Alvarado, Freeport Shayna Natalie Anatole, Brooklyn * Casey Scott Anderson, Mexico * Jesse James Anderson, Liverpool Shauna Lynn Anderson, Greenville Frances E. Anthony, Fulton Bryan Matthew Apa, Fulton * Stacy Anais Araujo, Bronx Thomas J. Armento, Brooklyn Krisztina Rose Arseneau, Endicott Naa Asheley, Yonkers Jennifer Janily Auceda, Brooklyn Amanda Leigh Austin, Massapequa Park Vivian Ayala, Harrison * Karl John Backhaus, Troy Laura Cecilia Baden, East Rockaway Nicholas A. Bagnato, Schenectady *** Kimberlyn Ann Bailey, Oswego Kate Marguerite Bailie, Rexford Brandon Anthony Banach, Lacona * Eunseo Bang, Oswego Helen A. Banjoko, Jamaica * Stacey Anh Baran, Webster Promise A. Barr, Liverpool David Connor Barry, Tully Scott Arthur Bartle, West Henrietta Christopher L. Bartlett, Martville Kyle A. Bashford, Fulton Samantha Elizabeth Batcher, Schenectady Emily A. Beck, Oswego Shelwyn Gale Becker, Weedsport Tierra Grace Beckles, New Windsor Kiara Deanne Bedon, Port Chester ** Zoe Clementine Behncke, Rochester * Steven E. Belles, Auburn Amber Patricia Bentley, Blauvelt * Jean Louise Bernhoft, Albany *** Monica Ann Binder, Rock Tavern Rachel Katherine Birmingham, Johnson City Stephen Blanchard, Adams Center

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16 * Tiffany Lynn Carr, Nineveh Nichole Casaceli, Livonia Naomi M. Castillo-Lugo, Bronx Taylor James Catlin, Richford Thomas J. Cavanagh, Deer Park Bryan Cayea, Cicero Brandon Chapman, Liverpool Ryan Tanner Chapman, Binghamton Jeharra S. Charles, Bronx Danielle N. Chasworth, East Meadow Samantha Bobette Chesnut, Mexico Christopher Jonathan Chiosa, Rochester Samuel John Christiansen, Alpine Aderson Chui, College Point ** Eun Sung Chun, Seoul, South Korea Brianna L. Cico, Baldwinsville Lionel M. Clark, Marion *** Mollie Rose Clark, Amsterdam Collin Christopher Clarke, Bronx *** Hillary Morgan Clark-Kulis, Cato Jacqueline C. Clemens, Copiague * Justin E. Clouting, Clinton Corners Summer Lynn Cluette, Plattsburgh Dannielle Marie Cobb, Phoenix ** Ryan Francis Cobb, Rochester Eric Michael Cohen, Stony Point * Jesse T. Cohen, New City Max Brandon Cohen, New City Daniel Craven Cohn, Huntington ** Bethany L. Cole, Baldwinsville Brennagh Moore Collins, Saratoga Springs Michele Eileen Collins, Saratoga Springs Christopher Collins-McNeil, Ossining Alexandria Rose Connelly, Endicott Tiraya Lorraine Conyers, Syracuse * Heather Nicole Cook, Campbell * Paige Marie Copeland, Camillus * Alexandra Elizabeth-Mei Corrao, Grand Island Christopher J. Costello, Cohoes *** Shelby Lynn Coyle, Livonia Kendell Sinclair Cozart-Middleton, Brooklyn Christopher David Craddock, Plainview *** Noelle N. Crocetti, Sterling Leah Ashlie Crofoot, Seneca Falls * Jennifer Lee Cross, Stormville Sarah E. Crumrine, New Hartford Monek Suzann Cullen, Oswego Luke W. Culver, Manlius Crimson Lynn-Ives Cuppernell, Brownville Gabriele Elizabeth Curley, Monroe Ashley Elizabeth Curtin, Oneida Kyle Cushman, Oswego * Christine Czarnecky, New City Amanda Chathrapani D. M. Gunarathna Vasala Mudiyanse, Oswego Alex R. D’Alessandro, Sackets Harbor * Julian Daley, New York Mary Grace Dame, Chatham Marc Christopher Danin, West Islip *** Martin A. Dann, Parish ** Justin Reese D’Antonio, Syracuse Kwasi Ampem Darko Sr., Bronx Jordan Luis Darwish, Binghamton Cassie Cassandra Davis, Bronx Dylan Gary Davis, Russell Grace Elizabeth Davis, Rose ** Raymond Albrectsen Davis, Honeoye Falls Mary Madeline Day, Spencerport Vanessa De Los Santos, Bronx John Dec, Seneca Falls * James Henry DeJong, Speculator Eric Moises De La Roca, Dewitt Joshua Paul Delfino, Newfield * Rachel A. Denny, Middle Island * Ace W. DeSiena, Mount Tremper ** Rochel L. DeSilva, Maryland * Thomas M. DeVito Jr., Coram * David Scott DiSalvo, Oswego Alfred Abraham Jacob DiTolla, Chester * Chantel Nichol Diamond, Syracuse Zachary Diamond, Slingerlands Aaron Rashad Diaz, Rochester Gabrielle Taina Diaz, Wappingers Falls *** Juanita Anne Diaz, Cincinnatus Katelyn M. Dillabough, Parish Dalton Timothy Boyd Dillingham, Hannibal Kelsey Lynn Dillon, Deer Park * Kristen S. DiMartino, Pine Bush Lauren M. Dimke, Wynantskill *** Samantha Marie DiSibio, Franklin Square *** Emily K. Doe, Dansville Emily Christine Doherty, East Bethany Kaeli Lanham Doherty, Oswego * Ashley M. Domenech, Kings Park Lauren Taylor Donnelly, Levittown Caleb Garry Dorn, New Braunfels, TX Kristen M. Doruszewski, West Seneca * Timothy Justin Dougherty, Oswego Rachel A. Douglas, Henderson Dawnna Marie Dreas, Wolcott Eric J. Drewitz, East Northport Karlee Jane Duffer, Lowville Richard J. Dufresne, Amsterdam Matthew Kevin Dunn, Syracuse Nicholas Jay Dunsmoor, Hannibal Shane M. Duplessis, Oswego * Marie Dusart, Camillus Bryanna Nicole Duval, Utica * Linne Lili Ebbrecht, Syracuse Maxwell T. Edick, Poughkeepsie *** Nicholas N. Edington, Newark Valley * Sabrina Edwards, Homer Brian Devon Egan, Peekskill Cole Eldridge, Liverpool ** Heather M. Eldridge, Amston, CT Nyasia A. Elie, New York Chelsea Lynn Elliott, Lacona Danielle Marie Ellis, Erin Jeremy Francis Ellis, Clifton Park Kyle Christopher Ely, Greenlawn Vaal Tokey English, Central Islip ** Luis Eduardo Escoboza, Bronx *** Christopher Thomas Esposito, Coram Samantha Erika Esposito, Poughquag Jared Anthony Evans, Spencerport Nicholas James Evans, Liverpool Brett Ashton Farley, Schnecksville, PA Rudy Joseph Farsaci, Chittenango * Melinda Jean Fatiga, Mexico * Ronald Max Fehr III, Manorville * Victoria Elaine Fellows, Central Square Melissa A. Ferris, Cleverdale Margaret Lynn Finnegan, Hamburg Khristian Peterson Fischer, Oswego * Christopher Fitzmaurice, Patterson * Kelsey Grace Fitzsimons, Seneca Falls Amanda Marie Flack, Hastings Edward Anthony Flouton III, Liverpool Jacob M. Ford, Oswego *** Michaela B. Formas, Great Neck Keith Michael Fosmire, Fulton Allison Marie Friedlander, Old Bethpage Michaela Frost, Oswego Hallie A. Fuchs, East Meadow Joseph Anthony Fuerst, Selden Emily Marie Fultz, Oswego *** Esther Sage Gabriel, Lancaster * Karleen M. Gabriel, Smithtown * Hallie Kristine Gaffney, Pulaski Kelly Marie Gallagher, Selden * Brandan Matthew Galloway, Oswego Janelle Anestassia Galster, Kirkville * Stephen Joseph Gambardella, Ronkonkoma Neil S. Ganti, Irvington Anthony Garcia, Wallkill * Brittany Skye Geer, Hudson Falls ** Monisha Shaju George, Seaford * Zachary William Gerber, Oswego ** Blaine J. Geroux Jr., Oswego * Mugibullah Ghafari, Staten Island

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17 Gino Giovanni Giannettino, Gardena, CA Thomas Salvatore Gianni, East Islip ** Rebecca Michelle Gill, Bronx Danielle Gillett, Fulton Alexis M. Giovo, Mexico Alyssa Ann Glasshagel, Coram Mariah Mary Goering, Syracuse Ellen Daphney Gonzalez, Bronx Bailee Jane Goodon, Boissevain, MB *** Joseph Michael Gorsuch, Newark * Jared Matthew Gould, Rochester * Julia M. Graham, Syracuse Mackenzie Graves, Merrick * Corynn Marie Gray, North Syracuse Benjamin James Green, Walton Alexandra N. Greenwald, Jericho Amber Lee Grochan, Mattydale Marc Charles Gummerson, Seneca Falls * Christopher J. Haddad, East Northport Courtney L. Hafer, Corning Jessie Lynn Hambel, Manorville ** Adam Richard Hammer, Getzville Jeffrey Scott Hammond Jr., Rensselaer Falls * Emma C. Handelman, Rochester Christopher Raymond Handelmann, Homer * Paige E. Haney, Pennellville ** Amy Elizabeth Hannahan, Camillus Sarah Rose Hansen, North Tonawanda Nicholas Gary Hanson, Saranac Lake Kathleen Laura Hardiman, Sloatsburg ** Robert M. Harney, Rome * Ishara Rebecca Harris, New York Christopher Lamique Hayes, Brooklyn Matthew Michael Hayes, Watkins Glen * Jessica Lee Hebblethwaite, Liverpool Michael Patrick Hegarty, Mahopac * James Heinegg, North Syracuse * Collin T. Henderson, Baldwinsville Shaun M. Henderson, Syracuse Geraldine Hernandez, New York Darci Jeanne Herrick, Mc Donough * Rebecca Rose Herwood, Syracuse Niklas Alexander Hesse, Stony Brook Dominique Noel Hickmott, Clay * Daniel Baokhoa Hoang, Williamsville Edward Joseph Hogan II, Fulton ** Casey Reed Holden, Fulton * Dylan R. Holden, Fulton Jeremy N. Hoyte, Hempstead * Jessica Frances Hudson, Pulaski * Thomas Carl Huffaker, Phoenix Monica L. Hughes, Newton, NJ Taylor E. Hughes, New Windsor Tara Lyn Hujar, Johnson City Sara C. Hullings, Penn Yan Richard James Hulser, Rome Leah Kathryn Humbert, Rose Sam Hurley, Bronx Kathryn Margaret Huston, Binghamton Cori Jean Iacopelli, Miller Place * Breana Rose Iannotti, Saratoga Springs ** Ridaa Idriss, Bronx * Shelby June Ince, East Syracuse Leandra C. Infante, Hopewell Junction Suzanne Jacques, Williamson John D. Jamieson, Adams Gabriela L. Javier, Tampa, FL Danielle Nicole Jaworowski, Copiague Douglas Jeffrey Johnson, Governour Magan Mary Johnson, Oswego Nicole M. Johnson, Fulton Matthew Thomas Jones, Liverpool Taryn Lee Jones, Canajoharie Akeem Joseph, Oswego Patrick Daniel Joy, Liverpool Hyeyeon Jun, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea Christian W. Kalinowski, Farmingdale ** Kayla Marie Karn, Oxford Robert Samuel Katz, Cooperstown Jordyn Danielle Kaye, New City Bibash Jung Kc, Woodside Thomas J. Kearney, Latham ** Kelly Green Kearns, Lockport Matthew James Keating, South Kortright Nicole H. Keesler, White Lake Corinne Elizabeth Kelly, West Islip John M. Kelly Jr., Oswego Kayla Kelly, Highland Lake Perry Aileen Kennedy, Stillwater *** Amber Josephine Kent, Tully Briana Elizabeth Kent, Elmira Heights Nicholas T. Kerber, Adams Center Megan Bernice Killinger, Lakeville Linda A. King, Fulton Suzanne Christine King, Hannibal Bradley Joseph Kitchen, Wolcott Emily Barbara Kittelsen, Baldwinsville Akrivi Klentos, Buffalo ** Dawoon Ko, Black River Nickolett L. Kondelka, Bloomingburg Joseph J. Konik III, Little Falls ** Matthew B. Kostyshak, Spencerport Eric S. Kothe, Huntington Station Caroline Elizabeth Krapf, Rocky Point Jamie Katherine Kraus, Babylon Laura E. Kraus, Pennellville Matthew Jacob Krocke, Oswego ** Kristen Michelle Kubala, Buffalo Alexandria M. Kuparinen, Groton Tyler Matthew Kurkela, West Islip Wyutyi Kyaw, Elmhurst Jennifer R. Labas, Farmingdale Joann Rayah Lacey, Fulton Lyndsey Courtney Ladd, Fulton John Wayne Lancour, Hoosick Falls Emily Alysse Lange, Greenfield Center *** George W. Lapage, Fulton Sharon E. Lapointe, Syracuse Miguel Adan Lara, Oswego Heather Lynn Laski, Waldwick, NJ Allyson Mary Latour, Brewerton Jamal Omar Lavine, Brooklyn Todd C. Lawson, Albany Kirsten Marie Learnard, New Hartford * Kyle Thomas Levatino, Sherrill ** Christine Sue Levers, Auburn Ebony Selise Lewis, Brooklyn Amanda G. Kenney, White Plains Julia M. Lippert, Cato Elissa Longley, Pulaski Alan Kenneth Loo, Brooklyn Ashley E. Love, New Hartford Jordan Benjamin Lowmark, Staten Island Brianna L. Lucidi, Watertown Cory T. Ludwig, Grand Island Lauren Elizabeth Luke, East Schodack Noah D. Lupini, Utica Thomas John Lynch Jr., Holbrook Sarah Elizabeth Lyons, Camillus * Jessica Mary Machniak, Williamsville ** Alicia C. Madonna, Liverpool Andrew William Madura, Hastings Michael James Mahaney, Rochester Sara E. Mahar-Burns, Highland Sierra Katherine Maher, Fulton Gavin Earl Mais, Brooklyn Brandee Ann Maldonado, Bronx Matthew Steven Malecki, Whitesboro * Jesse David Malone, Auburn ** Colleen Margaret Maney, Geneva Sarah A. Manfredi, Southold Shelby Donna Mankoff, Mount Morris Yvette R. Mapp, New York Zachary R. Marani, Theresa Alexander Kettner Marchesi, Ossining Christian Enrique Mariles, Monroe

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18 Jeremy Marizan, New York * Patricia Marsteller, Mount Sinai * Joshua C. Martin, Little Falls Joshua David Martin, Bernhards Bay * Julia Ruth Martin, La Fayette Jay Benjamin Martinello, Sunnyside Arnaldo M. Martinez, New York Aaron Edward Matthews, Marcellus Amy Boyd Maxam, Fulton * Jordan Michael Maxwell, Liverpool * Kassandra Chantal McCann, Fulton Bridget F. McCarron, Pleasant Valley ** Jacqueline M. McCarthy, Floral Park Sean Francis McCauley, Oswego Kaila Marie McClelland, Oswego Sean Sullivan McCooey, Syracuse Michael Lee McCrary, Syracuse Jayme A. McCreary, Waterloo * Rebecca Kathleen McEvoy, Binghamton Justin Shea McGriff, Liverpool ** Dylan James McIntyre, Sterling Brendan J. McKeon, Westtown Colleen Elizabeth McLaughlin, Scotia Matthew Mclaughlin, Oswego Christopher James McMullen, Brooklyn Kathryn A. McWilliams, Waterloo Alexandra L. Meanor, Baldwinsville Kevin Lawrence Meccariello, Brooklyn Oliver Ranjula Medonza, Kandy, Sri Lanka Haylie Brooke Melfi, Fulton Matthew Joseph Memelo, Churchville Alyssa Mendoza, Nanuet Toria Mercado, Brooklyn Alexander J. Meritt, Webster Casey Merrill, Queensbury Carson Mathew Metcalf, Fulton Martha Lenore Miller, Liverpool Joseph Dominick Millert, Central Square * Scott Millspaugh, Romulus ** Danielle Elizabeth Minnick, Latham * Jessica Anne Mitchell, Binghamton Lillia Mitov, Astoria * Michelle Lois Moisan, Mexico Adam Robert Monette, Oswego * Rachel Rose Montalto, Syracuse *** Nicole Elizabeth Montera, Woodstock Christopher Thomas Morley, Oswego Kaili Grace Morris, Cheektowaga *** Lindsey Moses, East Brunswick, NJ Sofia Ignacia Munoz, Hewlett Abisha Thor Munroe, New York * Troy J. Musolino, Monroe * Austin P. Nau, Spencerport * Jordyn E. Naylor, Liverpool Kyree Marquis Shayvon Neal, Jamaica Lauren Ashley Nearbin, Oswego Alec R. Nelson, Oswego ** Calvin J. Nemec, East Aurora * Lindsay Rachel Nirenberg, Monroe Kelsey Marie Nolan, Queensbury *** Morgan Rae Noone, Baldwinsville Elizabeth J. Northrup, Liverpool Matthew J. Norton, Evans Mills Bryan Nunez, Wurtsboro ** Megan Joy Nutting, Sandy Creek Jorge Obregon, New York Nelson Oduro Jr., Bronx * Ryan James O’Grady, Wantagh Desiree Grace Otis, New Paltz * Lisa Anna Ottolia, Buffalo * Sasha Imani Padilla, Pine Bush James M. Palmieri, Stillwater Joshua Parisi, Centereach * Karl Parisien, Liverpool Kirsten Leah Parsons, Oswego Michele Anne Pascarella, Liverpool Philip Dominick Pascarelli, Florida Joseph A. Paskevich, Schenectady Priscila Paulose, New Hyde Park *** Mariya L. Pawlikowski, Mexico *** Tyler Pelle, Sparta, NJ Alyssa Lynn Percola, Frankfort O’Neal Prez, New York Carly Ann Peters, Fairport ** Ryan Timothy Peters, Baldwinsville Jasmin Lyn Petty, North Rose Chau Tung Pham, Syracuse Graham Dalton Phillips, Oneida ** Michael George Phillips, Oswego ** Alexander Joseph Piechowicz-Merluzzi, Clay Stephen Alexander Piechowski, Mastic Beach Kaitlynne C. Piepiora, Oswego Elizabeth Michelle Pierre, Brooklyn Amber Noel Pike, Shirley *** Brianna Pilloni, Platte City, MO Anthony Joel Pimentel, Bronx Sheyla M. Placido, Corona Zachary Merrill Presher, Penn Yan Jeremy Purce, Oswego ** Melissa Lauren Putzer, Baldwinsville * Irene Jeannette Putzig, Conesus Alexander Michael Pytlak, Oswego Timothy John Quattrociocchi, Lee Center Margaret Ann Rabben, Port Jefferson Station Jessica Marie Raffel, Macedon Sanjay A. Raman, Poolesville, MD Talha Ramazanoglu, Carthage John Frederick Ramirez III, Bellport ** Leiba M. Ramos, Oswego Jessica Paige Randall, Maricopa, AZ * Nicholas J. Ransbury, Lake View * Emma Justine Rathe, Lincoln, NE Benjamin J. Rebeor, Fulton Brice Henry Rebeor, Fulton Meghan Lyn Regano, Oswego * Christina L. Reis, West Seneca ** Matthew P. Ricci, Rexford Iris Rice, Mexico * Kathleen Cozette Richardson, Adams Center Conrad J. Richer, Averill Park Payton Nicolette Richer, Syracuse Reed Robbie Ripka, Oswego Andre Robinson, Pine Bush Brooke A. Robinson, Clayton * Clara V. Robinson, Auburn Sydney Paige Robinson, Endicott William Henry Rode, West Islip Richard M. Rodgers, Oswego ** Brandon Joseph Rodriguez, Bronx MaKenzie M. Rogers, Watertown Krystal Michelle Rondan, Rye Brook Kyle Patrick Rooney, Kingston Nicole Amanda Rose, Liberty *** Mallory Elizabeth Russell, Kings Park Daniel Michael Salage, Gansevoort Jenisse Salazar, Bronx *** Antoine Saliba, Rye Brook Fitim Salihaj, Bronx Benjamin Samboy, Brooklyn Nicole Leigh Sammon, Staten Island * Benedict R. San Giacomo, Lewiston Sandy Mayra Sanchez, Oswego Jennifer Lynn Santorelli, Central Square ** Jessica Danielle Sauerwald, Mastic Jason Bryan Savlov, Liverpool Marley Sayon, Bronx Shiba Sayon, Bronx Rachel D. Scalzo, Liverpool Elizabeth K. Schell, Liverpool Russell Jordan Schneider, Hewlett Denise Lynn Schubmehl, Wayland Kassi Marie Schultz, Oswego Trevor J. Schumacher, Akron ** Courtney Alexa Scialdone, Farmington ** Christina Alice Scriber, West Monroe Jeremy William Seaton, Rome

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19 ** Amanda Ann Sehres, Port Jefferson Station * Alyssa F. Seldes, Webster Eric Charles Shafer, Phoenix Wesam Othman Shanaa, Liverpool Christian Lee Shank, Marietta, OH Alexander Sharpsteen, Mount Vernon Erannan Lee Shattuck, Syracuse Brandon Mitchell Sherman, Fulton ** Julia Rose Shipley, East Syracuse * Brianna Short, Groton Nabeel S. Shukri, Manlius Jaclyn Mary Shyptycki, Gansevoort * Anny Michel Sigaran, Bronx * Evan Joseph Skibitzki, Liverpool * Allastar Young Smith, Barrytown Chelsea Ann Smith, Troupsburg Miranda Paige Smith, Brownville James Robert Snover, Penfield Hunter Coyote Snowmoro, Oneida Lauren A. Sobel, Lynbrook Matthew Jake Soffietti, Oswego Teren Stephanie Solomon, Rome David Christian Soria, New York Brandon James Sozomenu, Brooklyn Brianna Rose Spallino, Conover, NC Jacob Speno, Chaumont Joseph Patrick Spernyak, Liverpool *** Brian Thomas Springall, Dix Hills Saxon T. Sprouse, Truxton Sharon Marie St. Louis, Vernon Brittany R. Staie, Pittsford ** Victoria Danielle Stanton, Parish Erik Emerson Stehlar, Rochester Alicia Mary Stetin, Canajoharie Bailey Laine Stevens, Orchard Park Carter D. Stevens, Painted Post Karleigh Stevens, Chittenango Tessah Rae Stevens, Oswego Nathan Alexander Stewart, Hudson Falls Danielle Marie Stillitano, Middletown Christian A. Stilwell, Albany * Kara Lenore Stoffel, Oswego Rebecca L. Stroh, Hamburg * John N. Suloman, Ballston Spa Diana Patricia Sweatt, Elizabethtown Sheldon Michael Sweltz, Prattsburgh Veronica Marie Szweda, Fairport ** Jason Tan, Brooklyn Alec Tavarez, Lagrangeville James Tavarez, Bronx *** Alison Taylor, Oswego Kevin Michael Taylor, Syracuse ** Serena L. Testone, Horseheads * Matthew David Thomas, Skaneateles Tenisha E. A. Thomas, Brooklyn *** Iain James Thompson, Oswego Jordan Tiberia, Centerport * Dylan Tiefenthaler, Owego Andrew J. Tilley, Pound Ridge Eric Tillotson, Oswego Marta Maryla Tomaszewski, Rockaway Beach Mary Sandra Townley, Liverpool ** John Paul Trawinski, Clifton Park * Stephanie Marie Treubig, Holbrook * Dean E. Tupper, Syracuse Sarah Gabriella Turner, Oakland, NJ Christopher R. Tylock, Penfield Stanley Franklin Tyrrell Jr., Suffern Raquel Urena, Bronx * Rebecca Rose Urquhart, Hastings Matthew Useted, Armonk Angela Valentin, Middletown *** Hannah R. Valentino, Mexico Christopher Joseph Van Cura, Hopewell Junction Jon Abbott Vautrin-Gardinier, East Hampton Luis A. Vazquez Jr., Bronx ** Susan Velazquez, Carrollton, TX * Spencer Collins Ventresca, Niagara Falls Margaret Dayhana Veras, Stamford, CT Samantha J. Vigliotti, Phoenix Angela Marie Vitale, Penfield Kate W. Vulcano, Syracuse * Samantha J. Wacha, Warwick Khalil Jae Waldron, Bronx *** Ethan Jeremy Walker, Oswego Michael George Walruth, Bath Diamond F. Walters, Bronx Brandi Lynn Walts, Fulton Yadong Wang, North Tonawanda ** Jessica R. Washak, Medina * Gabriella Ebony Viola Washington, Binghamton Lisa Jeanne Watkins, Hannibal Sara E. Weinman, Glenmont * Megan R. Weiss, Walworth Jesse E. Welch, Camillus Nicole Wenke, North Babylon Brittani Lauren Wersan, Port Jeff Sta Kaitlin Elizabeth Wheeler, Elmira Christopher S. Whelan, Congers Patrick W. Whitbeck, Penn Yan Stephanie Lynn White, Parish Matt Whitford, Waterford Jonathan Wiertzema, Phoenix Chelsey L. Wild, Pennellville Justin Timothy Wilder, Cicero Christie J. Williams, Lake George Dominique P. Williams, Bronx Malia Christina Williams, Syracuse Samuel Williams, Baldwinsville Shantol Joeann-May Williams, Bronx Adam G. Wilmot, Windsor Savannah Wilson, Erin * Valerie R. Wing, Marcy ** Michelle Winkelman, West Harrison Christopher Michael Winn, Hamilton Gregory J. Wissman, Forestburgh * Robert Gerhard Wolny, Clifton Park Emily Ann Wood, Hamburg Ben Woodard, Canandaigua * Jennifer Woodruff, Fulton * Emily Rose Wylong, Carmel Jennifer Yeboah, Brooklyn ** Emily G. Yerdon, Mexico Marques Levont Younger, Elmsford Amy Lynn Zakett, Pittsford ** Zahra A. Zavery, Ballston Lake * Katarzyna Barbara Zeganek, Syracuse *** Katelyn Zheila Zhinin, Ossining Haley Marie Zicari, Lowville ** Ariana E. Zink, Cato * Mary-Therese Zobro, Baldwinsville Mateusz Jan Zuba, Ridgewood

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20 ** William Charles Abert Jr., Oswego ** Brandon J. Adams, Waterbury, CT John Adams, Canajoharie Douglas Milton Adsit Jr., Cortland Yiadom Boakye Adu, Bronx Franklin Osei Agyare, Bronx Felix Nana Akomea Agyei, Syracuse Byungheon Ahn, Seoul, South Korea * Dario Alburquerque Jr., New York Jenna Rose Alexander, Baldwinsville * Jordan Philip Alhart, Fairport Matthew Daniel Anarumo, Levittown Eric Scott Anderson, Wantagh *** Joshua Scott Anderson, Rochester Shaun Annal, Cicero * Cody Michael Argus, Newark Oliver Wickler Armstrong, Clifton Park * Craig Robert Arnold, Pleasantville * Jonathan Michael Askew, Syracuse Kevin Anderson Austin, White Plains Jose Anthony Ayala, Bronx Catherine Rose Baker, Geneva *** Sarah Ann Balseiro, Warwick * Charles Kenney Barbagallo, East Northport * Andrew D. Barton, Stratford, ON Alexander Joseph Bawarski, Fulton Jake C. Baxter, Glenville Sarah Rose Beginski, Hannibal John Robert Behuniak, Latham Tatiana Belfield, New York Matthew Edward Bente, Brewerton * Erica Marie Bentley, Smithville Flats Erik B. Bernstein, Syracuse Jessica Bevilacqua, Albany * Stephen H. Bobarakis III, Niskayuna * Kasey T. Bokuniewicz, Baldwinsville Brenden Ingersoll Monington Boshart, Baldwinsville Justin A. Brantley, Chester Thomas Ryan Braun, Painesville, OH Andrew William Brennan, Fairport Sasha Brittony Bressette, Baldwinsville Ryan Matthew Brinkman, Amsterdam * Justine A. Brown, Fulton Karlee Marie Brown, Clifton Park Melissa Persephone Brown, Port Jervis Ryan T. Brown, Manlius Deven A. Bruce, Cornwall Kyle Vincent Burke, Warners *** Joshua Austin Burr, Syracuse Joel Thomas Cacialli, Oxford Ian Gerard Callahan, Massapequa Park Zana J. Campbell, Bronx Dylan Joseph Carter, Liverpool Kimberly P. Cassa, Massapequa Park ** Lucas Abraham Cavanna, Selden Jennifer A. Cerchia, Hopewell Junction Patrick V. Cerminaro, New Hartford * Christopher Richard Charles, Marcellus Nicholas A. Chiaramonte, Bethpage Dominic Anthony Cianciolo-Morgan, West Islip Vincent Michael Cioci, Marcellus * Samantha Jean Ciotti, Utica * Brandon Victor Clark, Fulton Connor M. Clark, Pavilion Megan A. Cleeves, New Windsor Michael L. Cocozza, Centereach Alex Rosen Cohen Sr., Oswego Sholand Collins, Jamaica ** Julia Robin Conlan, Elbridge Andrew M. Conolly, Rochester Nicholas Anthony Conti, Brewster Devin Michael Coon, Oswego * James Robert Cordon Jr., Camillus Kyle T. Covley, Penfield Adam Michael Cox, Hamburg Christopher Cruz, Jamaica * Amy Christine Cunningham, Fulton Christopher Michael Cunningham, Lindenhurst * Scott Daniel Curry, Camillus Thomas J. Damiano, Syracuse Heidi Marie DeCann, Williamson Jennifer M. Decker, Rome Daniel Patrick Delaney, Levittown David DelGiorno, Howard Beach ** Stephen Michael Edward DeSalvo, Canandaigua Renata Georgette Desmarais, Pleasant Valley Audrey Charline Diaz, Middletown * Brittany Noelle DiBernardo, Saint James Aleksey Dobyuk, Syracuse Jessica Leigh Dodaro, Port Jefferson *** Gabriella Marie Donadio, Cicero * Ella Maureen Donovan, Wanakena Drew Edward Dorans, Carthage Conor Richard Driscoll, Victor Christopher Michael Dufresne Sr., Troy Emily C. Duke, Wappingers Falls James Matthew Dunham, Fulton Olivia Rose Dvorak, Centerport Alex John Economides, Fairport Joel Thomas Eisenschmidt, Auburn * Luke W. Ellingworth, North Syracuse Jeffrey James Ellis, Rochester Jennifer Ann Erwin, North Massapequa London Noel Eskholme, Syracuse John Edward Evans, SchenectadySchool of BusinessTo keep pace with a rapidly evolving business world, programs in the School of Business integrate classroom learning with advanced computer applications and various forms of applied education, such as case studies, simulations, group projects and internships. Nationally accredited by AACSB International — the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business — the school offers seven undergraduate majors and a master’s of business administra tion programas well as three five-year com bined bachelor’s/MBA degree programs, one in accounting, one in broadcasting and mass communication, and one in psychology.Candidates for Baccalaureate DegreeSubject to completion of all degree require ments, degrees will be conferred upon those individuals listed herein who have met the requirements of their respective degrees in December 2015, May 2016 and August 2016. In an effort to honor graduating seniors individually, SUNY Oswego selects faculty members to read each graduate’s name as they receive congratulations from their dean and the president. *** Summa Cum Laude (3.80 – 4.00) identified by gold cap and gown. ** Magna Cum Laude (3.60 – 3.79) identified by gold honor stole. * Cum Laude (3.30 – 3.59) identified by gold honor rope. College Honors Program identified by silver tassel.

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21 Kimberly Marie Fabian, Central Square Andrew Failmezger, Fulton Melissa C. Familo, Oswego * Yuhui Fang, Shanghai, China Thomas Paul Faraone, Putnam Valley Andrew Fedin, Binghamton Christina Fiore, Lagrangeville * Aaron Eugene Freida, Rochester Joseph Paul Friedel, West Shokan * Matthew Scott Friel, Port Jefferson Tess M. Froelich, West Islip Max Charles Gabel, New City Kevin Patrick Gallagher, Little Neck Joshua M. Gallant, Lebanon, TN Abigail Rose Gamba, Auburn Sarah Renee Garmany, Rome Marisa Lauren Gilbert, Rochester ** Jordan Louis Giller, Toronto, ON Brian Stafford Gittens, Bronx Robert James Glasser, Pine Brook, NJ Shelby Lynn Godfrey, Baldwinsville Vlad Gramma, North Syracuse Christina Graziano, Oswego * Leslie Fitzgerald Green, Baldwinsville Caroline Elizabeth Greene, Watertown Stephen R. Greiner, Orchard Park Elizabeth Ann Gribben, Middle Grove Laura Katharine Grimm, Latham Ashley Marie Gualtieri, Camden Mame Abdou Gueye, New York Kathryn Marie Hall, East Syracuse Daniel Joseph Hanson, Schenectady Patrick James Harrington, Rochester ** Jenelle Faye Harris, Oswego John Michael Harris, Pittsford Nakela D. Harris, Bronx * Katherine Elizabeth Hartig, East Northport Zachary M. Hartman, Rochester * Jay William Hassey, Buffalo * John Munson Havel Jr., Liverpool * Michael P. Henry Jr., Orangeburg Mike Herholtz, Syracuse Colin Peter Hines, Cornwall Joseph S. Hoffman, Slingerlands Casey Edward Hogan, Cornwall on Hudson Daniel T. Hogan, Delmar Lauren Hohler, North Syracuse Michael Joseph Hollowell, Centereach Gerald Holmes, Medford Olivia Lindsey Elizabeth Holt, Fulton Brandon Julius Horsford, Beacon *** Tianwei Hua, Hangzhou, China Thomas Jay Hubright, Webster Aaron Richard-Kwon Iddings, Auburn Daniel R. Iles, Calcium Leah Elizabeth Jackson, Coram Arek A. Janiga, Lake View Brian Janket, North Syracuse Matthew Joseph Jaronczyk, Massapequa David Jo, Nanuet Briana Elizabeth Johnson, Macedon ** David M. Johnson, Fulton Sally R. Johnson, Liverpool *** Austin Dinesh Joseph, Colombo, Sri Lanka Rose Lorwine Joseph, Bay Shore Miles James Kelly, Clifton Park * Samantha Joanne Kelly, Farmingdale * Ryan T. Kennish, New City * Tamy Kentouris, Long Beach Peter Shukry Khamis, Oswego Connor Thomas Khammar, Camillus Tae Hyun Kim, Jeonmin-dong, South Korea Zakkary T. Kimball, Mattydale Denton Jase King, Toronto, ON *** Shane Michael Kinley, Florida Daniel John Kinnaird, Cold Spring Caleb Michael Kinney, Groton Joseph A. Klapkowski III, Highland Falls Rachel Elizabeth Kopec, Baldwinsville Preston Michael Krieger, Vestal Matthew Kurdziel, Salt Point ** Joseph Donald Kurowski, Oswego Matt La Barge, Scotia Matthew Landcastle, Canandaigua * Catherine E. Laris, Clay Victoria Laruccia, Brooklyn David Lavera, Wappingers Falls Ralph M. Lavoro, Massapequa Park * Darlene Le, Utica So Jin Lee, Seoul, South Korea Theo Shwe Lim, Brooklyn Kevin B. Linares, Blauvelt Robert Carl LoCurto, Norwich Zachary Logue, Geneva Grace Anne Lombardi, Ossining Alexander J. Lowden, Wappingers Falls Justin T. Lowery, Syracuse ** Courtney Paige Lubin, Webster * Michael S. Lucarelli, Rochester * Alexander Edward Lucas, Binghamton Jacob John Lunduski, Baldwinsville Mikalia Macner, Prospect * William Aaron Mann, Vestal Amanda J. Manzella, Charlotte, NC ** Tingting Mao, Jinhua, China ** Alisha Marie Markanich, Watertown Michael A. Markgjonaj, Campbell Hall * James P. Markwardt, Hamburg Charles Warren Marsden, Hurleyville Michael Andrew Marshall, Syracuse Luke Martin, Mahopac Sara J. Mayo, Wolcott Gabriella C. Mazzucco, Carmel Laura Elizabeth McAuliffe, Oceanside Jessica Anne McChesney, Brewerton Brian T. McElligott, Newburgh Austin P. McGrath IV, Clifton Park Brian Joseph McIntyre, Wappingers Falls Kaitlin K. McKiernan, Massapequa Michael James McLaughlin Jr., Auburn * Elijah Christopher Mclaurin, Poughkeepsie Christina Elizabeth McQuilkin, East Islip * Ryan Mc Shane, Camillus * Kerry Kathleen McSweeney, Liverpool * Sarah Meredith, Pine Bush * Brandon Thomas Messecar, Seneca Falls * Natalie B. Metz, Oswego * William A. Meyer, Catskill Jordan Luke Michele, East Rochester * Paul Robert Mihevc, Little Falls Jonathan Miller, Merrick *** Sarah Nichole Miller, Perrysburg Christine Vivian Minieri, Cortlandt Manor Benjamin Mitchell, Clay * Thadeus James Mixon, Painted Post Nicole M. Moccaldi, East Islip Scott Thomas Mohr, Chittenango * Alison G. Mondo, Syracuse * Mary Alexandra Montagnola, Oswego Joseph Montana, Bohemia * Ashley Lydia Moore, Newton, NJ Matthew Charles Moore, Warwick Shane Andrew Moore, Canandaigua Andrew Mark Moorman, Kings Park Jibin S. Moosariparambil, West Haverstraw Christopher M. Morehouse, Oneida Kevin A. Moreno-Maldonado, Uniondale Paige Elizabeth-Jean Morgia, Calcium ** Kerry N. Morris, Liverpool * Tiana Victoria Morris, Hempstead * Jordan D. Mroczek, Rochester Sleither Munoz, New York ** Joseph Murphy, Johnson City * Michael Matthew Murphy Jr., Huntington Station Sean Patrick Murphy, Rexford Travis J. Murray, Ilion Kelsey L. Myruski, New Hampton Christopher R. Namme, New City John Anthony Nardiello, Lake Placid

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22 Cori Natale, Monticello Paul William Neff, Hopewell Junction Pashupati Neopaney, Syracuse Christopher Peter Newins, Vestal Sarah Nichols, Oneida Brett Michael Noonan, Fonda Alyssa Nicole Nowack, Rochester Lisa M. O’Callaghan, New Hyde Park Kevin Michael O’Connor, Oswego Sydney Elizabeth O’Mara, Syracuse Tyler M. Orr, Webster ** James A. Ouderkirk, Oswego Emmanuel Isibor Oziegbe, Saint Albans Jonathan Pagano, Medford Jordan Parkinson, Syracuse Christopher F. Parsons, Binghamton Ravindra Patel, Liverpool Madelyn Irene Peirce, Valatie Tisaru Disala Perera, Battaramula, Sri Lanka * Kayla Perry, Adams Romnea Pich, Utica Katherine M. Pike, Rochester David Michael Pisciarino, Liverpool Marcus W. Piscitelli, Saratoga Springs Anthony L. Pittari, Vestal Dustin A. Pond, Watertown * Jack Fuller Powers, Syracuse * Amy Marie Proulx, Hastings Kaitlynn M. Pyatt, Islip * Timothy C. Quantrille, Syracuse Gary Joel Ramirez, Bronx Christopher Arnold Raudnael, Newburgh John Rauseo, Mattituck * Alexander J. Rawa, Locust Valley Harley Cyrus Redlin, Esperance Katherine Rose Regin, Syracuse Kaitlin Reid, Pine Bush ** Dolan Colt Riley, Saranac Lake Leonardo Rivera, Holyoke, MA Daen Alan Riviere, Hopewell Junction Shaellah Jemeka-Yownee Robinson, Hicksville Caitlynn Robisch, Youngsville Jarrid Ray Rockwood, Syracuse Melina Rodriguez, Port Washington Yonic R. Rojas, Bronx Edward Rose Jr., Rochester * Samantha E. Rose, Saint James Steven Aaron Roth, Wantagh David L. Ruberti Sr., Massapequa Park * Jaegeun Ryu, Daegu, South Korea Verdo A. Sabatel, Binghamton Walter E. Sampson Jr., Binghamton Megan Noel Samson, Schenectady Thomas A. Santiago, Albany * Yuki Meyers-Sasao, Attica Evan James Schaefer, Clay * Patrick John Scherer, Camillus Mackenzie Michael Warren Scott, Richmond Hill, ON *** Charley Elyse Scott-McGrail, Walworth George Franz Scouras, Lancaster Joseph Scott Shaheen, Baldwinsville * Nicholas B. Shane, Syracuse Crystal M. Shaner, Red Creek ** Haley I. Shatrau, Oswego Kaitlyn C. Shaughnessy, Minoa Patrick Shaw, Merrick J.Dakota Sheehan, Farmington Andrew Sheets, Massapequa Park Nicholas Jay Sheridan, Cortlandt Manor Ashley Marie Sherman, Rochester ** Dillon Aaron Shinder, New City Edmund Jan Silvestro Jr., West Sayville Melanie Nicole Simon, Cicero Madison Rae Simpson, Webster Carley S. Singer, Merrick Elijah James Singleton, Oswego Oranaun Siripornsawan, Baldwinsville Jeffrey Michael Sitko, Clifton Park Nicole Elizabeth Sivers, Oswego * Matthew Alexander Sliker, Syracuse Amber Lynn Slocum, De Ruyter Jesse James Smeja, East Patchogue Allyson Mary-Rose Smith, Rome Cheromaine Nisa Ornella Smith, Far Rockaway Eric Smith, Jamesville Colleen May Somerville, Loudonville Yein Song, Daejoon, South Korea Robert Raymond Sova II, Syracuse Daniel Joseph Spanfelner, Sterling Joseph Michael Spataro, Cicero Joseph P. Spero, West Islip Jeffrey Francis St.Germain, North Syracuse Nicholas St. Andrew, Bridgeport ** Kevin M. Stein, Palmyra ** Gregory M. Stitt, Marion * Jamie Patricia Stoltz, Syracuse Meghan Lynn Sullivan, Oswego * Casey J. Sunser, Cicero Eric Susino-Acton, Oswego Jennifer Courtney Swik, Fishkill ** Wendy Elizabeth Szabo, Center Moriches Matthew Tambasco, Fonda * Wenjin Tang, Yangzhou Jiangsu, China * Lillian Tejada, Ridgewood Nicholas John Terry, Weedsport Binu V. Thomas, Spring Valley * Kyle J. Thompson, Bismarck, ND * Heather Anne Titanic, Buffalo Matthew John Tochterman, Hauppauge Rebecca Catherine Tokarczyk, New City Shakeeme Jose Townes, Yonkers Jordyn Aileen Tracy, Clay Sarah Louise Traver, Ballston Spa ** Dustin Thomas Trimble, Mexico David Matthew Turner, Fulton * Steven Paul Underwood Jr., Syracuse Danielle Nicole Valenti, West Islip Kristopher Michael Van Deusen, Red Creek Kynan Patrick Vandenburgh, Troy Mathew Velzy, Oswego ** Christian Alexander Viertel, Geneva Louis Samuel Villa Larios, Elmsford *** Nicolas G. Visconti, Liverpool Zackery Ward, Big Flats Haasan Rendell Washington, Utica Andrew W. Wasko IV, Binghamton Brian M. Wegman, Martville Jason Alexander Weiss, Rockville Centre Corey J. Weller, Watertown Matthew J. Whitaker, Syracuse Marc S. Whitford, Rock Tavern * Kathryn Grace Wight, West Monroe Lawrence Carl Reuter Wight, Phoenix Kendra Brianne Williams, Phoenix Taryn Anaia Williams, Bronx Vaishali Fay Willis, Vestal Nathan Robert Wilson, Endicott Kiara Alaine Wiltsie, Oswego Nathaniel Palmer Winans, Oxford Kyle James Wistner, Williamsville Kevin Joseph Withus, Lagrangeville * Shaun William Wood, Oswego Tyler M. Wood, Bloomingburg *** Travis Andrew Worden, Sauquoit Nichole Ann Wright, Adams Center Tyler Robert Wurzer, Huntington Station Samantha Wyatt, Sterling ** Alexsander M. Yousuf, Syracuse Jessie Rose Zabicki, New Hyde Park ** Olivia C. Zimmerman, Lyndonville

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23 School of Communication, Media and the ArtsCreated in 2007, the School of Communication, Media and the Arts brings together programs related to the study and creation of messages through art and music, electronically and via the spoken word. The school combines the strengths of fine and performing arts programs in art, music and theatre with the highly diverse department of communication studies. Nine undergraduate degree options and two master’s degrees are offered in addition to interdisciplinary majors and minors. Graduates in this division are identified by tri-colored cords representing brown for art and theatre, crimson for communication studies, and pink for music.Candidates for Baccalaureate DegreeSubject to completion of all degree require ments, degrees will be conferred upon those individuals listed herein who have met the requirements of their respective degrees in December 2015, May 2016 and August 2016. In an effort to honor graduating seniors individually, SUNY Oswego selects faculty members to read each graduate’s name as they receive congratulations from their dean and the president. *** Summa Cum Laude (3.80 – 4.00) identified by gold cap and gown. ** Magna Cum Laude (3.60 – 3.79) identified by gold honor stole. * Cum Laude (3.30 – 3.59) identified by gold honor rope. College Honors Program identified by silver tassel. Brittany Abate, Saratoga Springs * Kimberly Anne Abbondondolo, Sea Cliff * Reid Michael Adler, East Islip ** Olivia Allen, Rhinebeck * Susan Helen Amsinger, Johnstown * Keith Thomas Amundsen, Staten Island Troy T. Antinora, Rochester Alfred T. Archer, Oswego Joshua Patrick Argus, Clay Damian James Arney, Weedsport Delsey Angela Attardi, Garden City Hibatullah Ashraf Attia, Jamesville Thomas Austin, Homer Caitlyn Elizabeth Bailey, Rushville Heather M. Bair, Oswego Bradley M. Bargelski, Liverpool Tori Kennedy Barton, Elmira Adam Peter Bavaro, Staten Island Harolde Alexander Bell Jr., Mount Vernon Joshua J. Bell-Schinzing, Fairport Ashley M. Bennett, Brewerton * Sarah Marie Benson, Canandaigua Kyle James Benwitz, Farmington Sam Rhythm Berman, Woodmere *** Alyssa Emilie Besio, Pleasant Valley ** Erin Maureen Bischoff, Fairport * Kelsey Alexa Blair, Commack Taylor Ashton Blume, East Syracuse * Sara L. Boileau, Cicero Benjamin Taylor Bradley, Elmira Destephan Mary-Michele Brink, Lyons Joan Eileen Bristol, Oswego Kiana Jasmin Budd, Brooklyn Tyler Christian Buesching, Massapequa Melissa Margaret Bulman, Farmington * Kathryne E. Burke, Baldwinsville * Kristen Faith Burke, Yorktown Heights Steven J. Burkhart, Northport Deborah Lynn Bushey, Webster Colleen Elizabeth Buske, Liverpool Michael Darell Calhoun Jr., Syracuse Keith John Cameron, Syracuse * Aaron Paul Caraco, Lockport Carla Janette Carbone, West Islip Matthew Caroli, Highland Mills Evan Donald Castelli, Medford Jami R. Celeste, Glens Falls Sean Andrew Cerise, Garden City Kristopher S. Chalone, Baldwinsville Kimberly F. Chung, Rochester Michael Cicero, Leicester *** Kelsey Laura Clark, Sherrill James Patton Clements, East Aurora Ryan Lee Cochrane, Baldwinsville Kieran Donal Coffey, Norwich Rebekah Jeanne Colling, Cortland Kathryn Rae Cook, Shortsville ** Allyson Catherine Costanza, Amherst * Justin Tyler Costello, Liverpool Dakotah J. Crespo, Bronx Branden L. Crosier, Averill Park Kristell Marie Cruz, Newburgh Janie E. Curtis, Rochester ** Julie M. Dale, Wappingers Falls Kyle Thomas Danker, Ghent Charles Raymond Daugherty IV, Latham Enjoli Shannel DeLaRosa, Yonkers Vernessa Verrina Defoe, Brooklyn * Sarah Anne DeGeorge, Middletown Maur J. DeLaney, Rochester * Ian Myles Dembling, Glenmont Jessica De Soto, Guttenberg, NJ * Anna Stasia Di Domenico, Fairport * Cassidy Elaine DiAgostino, Manorville Mathew Diaz, Commack ** Megan Elizabeth Dignan, Millbrook Devin J. Dinon, Saratoga Springs ** Elizabeth Marie Dittler, Cicero Shannon M. Doherty, Brightwaters Garrett Vanderbilt Domblewski, Feura Bush Brian E. Doolittle, Phoenix Shawna Renee Dorsey, Rochester * Jared Joseph Downing, Martville Shaquille Thomas Duberry, New York Kalyn E. Duguay, N. Tonawanda * Simone Reiko Duscha, Clifton Park *** Alexander O. Eddinger, Geneva Brandie Elizabeth Edick, Pulaski Christopher Brian Escoda, Islip * Paul Andrew Esden Jr., Oswego ** Dana Rae Esposito, Williamsville Maggie Lee Faller, Huntington Station *** Marisa Elizabeth Farmer, Saranac Lake Deidre M. Fay, Buchanan Brianna Danielle Fazio, Pittsford Zachary T. Fenner, Nedrow Sean Michael Fenster, Suffern Kyle Ferguson, Moravia Kevin B. Figaro, Bronx Allison Sara Flanagan, Frankfort Emily Floyd, Syracuse * Shanna Jacqueline Fuld, Howard Beach Kaitlynn Virginia Fuller, Clyde

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24 Americo Galindez Jr., Bronx Cindy N. Garcia, Bronx Alyssa M. Gardiner, Warwick Justin Anthony Geyer Sr., Newburgh Meghan Marie Gillen, Hannibal Sean Colin Gillis, Middletown * Cheryl Camae Goewey, Oswego ** Sonny James Goldbaum, Westbury Candice H. Goldberg, Hauppauge John H. Gonzalez, Chappaqua Nicholas Richard Gorr, Apalachin Melissa Gottlieb, Hauppauge Colin R. Graham, Syracuse Charles L. Grant, Syracuse Robert L. Grant, Brooklyn Shealene Guerrero, Floral Park Nae Young Gwak, Dongjak-gu, South Korea ** Robert Martin Hackford, Orchard Park Kimberly Candice Hamlor, Bronx Tyler Hancock, Marcellus Paige Kathryn Hanley, Buffalo Shannon Hanson, Islip Muminatu M. Haruna, Latham Noel Randolph Haye, Brooklyn * Jillian Allison Heft, Breesport Callah Marie Hennessey, Gloversville Djovan A. Henriques, Orangeburg Eun Kyeong Heo, Seoul, South Korea Michael James Hernandez, New York Sarah Bernadette Higgins, Bronx ** Emily Ann Hinckley, Newark Kari Lynn Hively, Addison *** Amy M. Hogan, Vestal Cody Tyler Hokanson, Warners Shannon L. Hollenbeck, Oneida Sabrina Marilyn Hood, Depew Kristy Lynn Hoover, Watertown Jennifer Eddie Hotchkiss, Fulton John W. Howard, Marcellus * Rebecca Louise Howe, Corning Kyndra Nicole Jackson, Solvay Malika Shakira Juanita Jackson, Brooklyn ** Benjamin Ira Jagodzinski, Manlius Joshua K. Jarvi, Syracuse Alyssa Theresa Jensen, Manorville Aric Thomas Johnson, Webster Emma Mallory Johnson, Sound Beach Deanna Jones, Baldwinsville ** Wesley Michael Jones, Oswego Miquira Michelle Jordan, Bronx Zachary James Kakuda, Washingtonville Thomas John Kalicicki, Norwich Thomi Kamilla, New Rochelle Marc Aaron Kaplan, Farmingville Makensi Lin Karbowski, East Amherst * Joseph Isaac Karlik, Briarcliff Manor ** Samantha Marie Smith Kaye, Staten Island Katie Lynn Kehrer, Tully ** Daegan Amalie Keyes, Bloomfield Corey Spencer King, Oswego Jessica R. Korson, Warwick Matthew Thomas Kostreba, Lexington, SC * Christie Lee Krisak, Liverpool Samuel Jonathan Kun, Huntington *** Andrew Robert Kyle, Hannibal Kate Lynn Labozzetta, Mattydale * Dustin Edward LaMontagne, Cicero John Walter Lanzafame Jr., Oswego Danielle Joy Laquay, Watertown Alejandro Doroteo Lara, Oswego Tyler S. LaShomb, Massena *** Lauren Taylar Lasky, Watervliet Samantha Leader, Syracuse ** Daniel Arthur Lee, Waterloo Geeyun Lee, Seoul, South Korea James Patrick Lennon, Sea Cliff * Alyssa Michelle Levenberg, Dix Hills Christopher M. Lobosco, Plainview * Daniel Harris Lonky, Schenectady *** Victoria L. Love, Ossining * Alexander J. Lovell, Clay Kaylin Lowther, Fredonia Luke Schwarz Lozier, Vestal Daniel A. Lynch, New City Simone Leigh Madlin, Camillus Joseph Donald Marcello III, Schenectady ** Catherine J. Marcy, Rochester * Elizabeth Anne Marks, Penfield Franchesca Marte, Yonkers * Kyle Anthony Martindale, Middletown Kirstie A. Young, Pattersonville Nicholas R. Mattice, Fulton Lindsey Marie May, Pennellville * Megan Ashley Maye, Staten Island Kristin M. Mayer, Monroe Mathew Jacob McCabe, Oswego * Taylor Rae McCown, Watertown ** Emily Rose McDonald, Rome * Michael Patrick McKean, East Syracuse * Tabitha McLeod, Staten Island ** Casey McMichael, Clinton * Hannah Jean McNamara, Oswego *** Michael Martin Frederick Medina, Troy Pablo I. Mendoza, Oswego Larissa Menezes Dagnoni, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia ** Michael R. Miano, Hannibal ** Tyler G. Michaelson, East Syracuse Vanessa L. Miranda, Monticello Jessica Rose Mitchell, Camden Phoebe Molano, East Setauket James Thomas Moore, Alexandria Bay Nicole Renee Moore, Syracuse Jared Evan Morales, Clay Lindsey Kathleen Morehouse, Penn Yan Tarryn Nicole Morris, Baldwinsville * Dylan J. Muller, Syracuse Jillian C. Murphy, Commack Margaret Anne Murphy, Elmira Michael Patrick Nakoski, Nedrow Steven Nespolini, Putnam Valley Robert Cyril Dean Newhook, Amsterdam Catherine Mullaney Newman, Brooklyn Daniel Peter North, Ilion ** Ashley Elizabeth Occhipinti, Floral Park Sean Christopher O’Halloran, Monroe Matthew Philip Oro, Holtsville Emmeline Ortiz, Rego Park Haliegh A. O’Sullivan, Syracuse Robert Pagan, Peekskill Nicholas Paine, Poughkeepsie Anthony T. Panzetta, Liverpool * Rachel M. Pentasuglio, Clay Edgar DeJesus Perez, Oswego Nicholas V. Perilli, Saratoga Springs * Amanda Nicole Perri, Frankfort Monserrath Elizabeth Pesantez, Poughkeepsie * Mitchell Bryan Petrella, Liverpool Thomas Richard Pickett, Watertown Thaddeus Xavier Piskutz, Mechanicville *** Kimberly Qae Pitzrick, Phoenix * Justine T. Polonski, Altamont Jacqueline Lee Porreca, Lancaster Anthony Preston, Cicero * Gabrielle Marcy Prusak, Little Neck ** Michael John Putillo, Brewster Andrew Martin Quinn, Saratoga Springs Kiana R. Racha, Baldwinsville Sean Kyle Ramundo, Latham * Jenna L. Randazzo, Rockville Centre Veronica Rose Reimer, Middletown Abby B. Renfro, Endicott

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25 Candice M. Ribiere, Monroe * Nikita Richards, East Syracuse *** Anna Rachel Richardson, Syracuse Renee Ashley Ricketts, Brooklyn Daniel Roach, Huntington Station Taylor Rodbourn, Macedon Ketsia Mari Rodriguez, Wappingers Falls * Brandon A. Roertgen, Smithtown Yazel S. Roque-Correa, Lyons Hayley J. Rosenbluth, Irvington * Bryan Alexander Ruderman, Clifton Park Morgan Courtney Rundle, Marathon Evander Russ, Stanley * Emily Milagros Santos, Astoria Jordyn Leah Saul, Melville Katherine McMahon Schermerhorn, Oswego ** Natalia Yevgenyevna Schmitz, Oswego Samantha Jo Schou, Binghamton Maayan Alyse Schreibman, East Northport Thomas Banks Schwartz, East Patchogue Zaire I. Scott, Rockaway Beach Ahsinet Monee’ Scott-Brown, Yonkers Hannah Lynn Scott-McGrail, Batavia Daniel Harris Seldes, Webster Derek J. Sexton, Rome Miranda Deanna Shaffer, Cicero Waleed Ayaz Shaikh, Manlius Mark S. Shapiro, Fayetteville * Jennifer Shuron, Liverpool Isatou Simaga, Bronx Claire N. Slattery, Highland Mills Ameen Shakir Smith, Webster Bryan Robert Smith, Brightwaters Terri L. Snowball, Argyle ** Sharon M. Souva, Syracuse Marissa E. Specioso, Cicero ** Kristen A. Stanton, Endicott Forrest E. Stata, Round Lake Tanner Joseph Stewart, Gloversville Kyle S. Sweetapple, West Babylon Tyler Tagliaferro, Boston Christina Marie Tartaro, Syracuse Michael J. Taylor, Corning David P. Tekverk, Islip Terrace Lydia Brynn Thayer, Syracuse Sarah Elizabeth Theobald, Sidney * Ashley Ann Thompson, Newburgh * Megan Alexis Thorington, Gallupville Joseph Stephan Toomey, Centereach Yesenia Alyssa Torres, North Baldwin * Abigail Mae Truchon, Glens Falls * Paul Thomas Valentino, Liverpool Julio Cesar Valenzuela, Oswego * Elijah N. Vary, Elmira Tiziana P. Vecchio, Bay Shore Brianne Lee Vincent, Mexico Candice Claire Votke, Massapequa Justin J. Walker, Clay James John Walters II, East Patchogue Kelly A. Walters, Washingtonville Andrew E. Waples, Binghamton Brandon J. Waszkiewicz, Cicero Nicholas Steven Webb, Windsor * Jared Robert Wicks, Syracuse * Brittney Taylor Wienecke, North Chili * Scott Victor Wiktorowski, North Tonawanda Lauren Julia Wilke, Schenectady Michael Franklin Wills, Woodville, ON Jason Laurence Yard, Lake George * Tyler J. Yastrub Sr., Center Moriches Zachary Michael Zaremba, Watertown Xian Zhao, New Castle, DE Shireen Rosa Ziaie, Liverpool The College Mace

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26 Babatunde Christopher Aina, Bronx * Samantha M. Aizer, Oceanside * Kubra Akturk, Lindenhurst Peter Jerome Alaimo, Jamesville Sandrelys Altagracia Almonte, Bronx * Mitchell Gregory Alpha, Elbridge ** Kayleah Marie Anderson, Syracuse ** Emily Elizabeth Baker, Red Creek * Hannah Balfour, Fayetteville ** Cassandra Gene Emily Baniewicz, North Syracuse * Mckenna K. Barry, Fairport * Nina Leigh Baumann, Port Jefferson ** Grace L. Beard, Selden Luke T. Bender, Massena * Kathleen E. Bettello, Congers Russell J. Blasko, Stony Brook Christopher Richard Botto, Smithtown Meaghan Julia Boyle, New City * Paul David Bradshaw, Oswego ** Kailey E. Brigande, Baldwinsville ** Sara A. Brodbeck, Red Hook Bonnie S. Brown, Queensbury ** Madeline A. Brown, Liverpool * Cody Arnold Buhler, Ava * Danielle Burrell, Brockport * Kyle James Burridge, Oswego Zachary Anthony Caltagirone, New Hartford *** Ileysha Maria Carcamo, Converse, TX Tyler Benjamin Carman, Geneseo * Megan Joan Carroll, Holtsville * Nicholas L. Carson, Cherry Valley Joanna Nichole Carter, Chittenango *** Courtney E. Cavedine, Camillus Tariq Chirico Cilione, Thompson Ridge * Rebecca Lynn Claflin, Manlius Christine Anne Clifton, Syracuse * Kaitlin Marie Collins, West Winfield * Jacqueline R. Concepcion, Utica * Evan Scott Cooley, Oneida Christopher Keesler Coomey, Monroe ** Megan May Cordone, Hastings * Gabriel Carlos Cosme-McCarville, Monroe * Arin N. Crowell, Lorraine * Runelvi De La Rosa, Long Island City Morgan Elizabeth DeFazio, North Syracuse *** Joseph Patrick DeMarco, Mechanicville ** Ashli Teresa Deming, Oswego Michael David DeSousa, Yorktown Heights Alexandra Lydia D’Huy, Baldwinsville Brianne N. DiBernardo, Saint James Rosiell Difo, Bronx ** Megan Jacqueline Dignean, Constantia * Kelly S. Donovan, East Rockaway *** Audrey Ona Downey, Troy *** Morgan Kay Downing, Liverpool Paige Denni Edgar, New Hamburg Lindsey T. Eggers, Ridge Sarah A. Endress, Binghamton Emily Frances Sophia Erbstoesser, Binghamton Shelby Lynne Erhard, Webster *** Emily Jane Ervin, Fulton Mark William Falcone, Fairport Abigail R. Fischer, Syracuse ** Eric Mason Flagg, Chelmsford, MA Jessica Lynn Fogarty, Liverpool Allison Forsythe, Tuxedo Park Vincent Paul Fredericks, Babylon * Michaela Danielle Funk, Cortland Jackline Gabone, Norwich * Stephanie Nicole Gagnon, North Syracuse Megan Elizabeth Gallagher, Sound Beach Justin Glen Gilbert, Stittsville, ON * Jacquelyn C. Giotta, Wantagh Emma Michelle Graham, Groton Melanie Beth Gravenstede, Lima * Kayleigh Catherine Grimm, Modena ** Bryan Charles Guild, Porter Corners * Christina Marie Gusefski, Endicott Ernestina A.O. Gyampoh, Rosedale * Tracey Lauren Hagan, Burnt Hills Elizabeth A. Halligan, Kent ** Catherine Elizabeth Halstead, Pulaski Jennifer Heather Harbin-Haynes, Liverpool *** Katherine Lynsey Hartman, Verona * Julia Lynne Heck, Livonia * Heather L. Heins, Baldwinsville * Jordan Kinne Heussler, Amherst Cody John Hoose, Syracuse Christopher Albert Huckabone, West Valley Kelsey K. Hurley, Ballston Spa * Marisa Concetta Iacchetta, Penfield Kelly Ann Jackson, Bronx Carli Rae Jankowski, South Glens Falls Jonathan Morgan Jaszcar, Lindenhurst ** Melissa Myrtle Johnston, Oswego Ishmael A. Jordan, Radcliffe, KY * Stephanie L. Kaiser, SterlingSchool of EducationInnovation in authentic learning has been a hallmark of SUNY Oswego since its found ing in 1861. This creative spirit still thrives in the School of Education, where innovative methods grounded in research and early experiences in the field help students become teachers, counselors, school leaders, and wellness and technical professionals ready to meet the challenges of today’s global and diverse educational institutions and com munities. The school is accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education.Candidates for Baccalaureate DegreeSubject to completion of all degree require ments, degrees will be conferred upon those individuals listed herein who have met the requirements of their respective degrees in December 2015, May 2016 and August 2016. In an effort to honor graduating seniors individually, SUNY Oswego selects faculty members to read each graduate’s name as they receive congratulations from their dean and the president. *** Summa Cum Laude (3.80 – 4.00) identified by gold cap and gown. ** Magna Cum Laude (3.60 – 3.79) identified by gold honor stole. * Cum Laude (3.30 – 3.59) identified by gold honor rope. College Honors Program identified by silver tassel.

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27 Rebecca Kave, Huntington Daniel Haden Keehn, Saratoga Springs * Jillian Marie Keevil, Tully Kyle Alan Kelly, Stone Ridge ** Tara Michelle Kilkelly, West Islip * Jiyeon Kim, Liverpool Kyleigh Michelle Kinney, Oneida Kristopher Alan Knowlton, Phoenix * Kevin Michael Koberger, Valatie Kimberly B. Kohn, Morristown, NJ Nathan R. Krocke, Oswego * Taylor Lynne Kuzel, Johnson City William Thomas Lackner, Islip Courtney Maine Leis, Round Top Angelina Kirbie Lewchanin, Fulton Jessica E. Licari, Saint James * Vincent S. Locascio, Salisbury Mills ** Sean Matthew Lyons, Kingston * Allison Macaluso, Washingtonville Philip Roger MacLeod, Liverpool Chris Timothy Magill, Seneca Falls Marisa Anne Youngs Maher, Baldwinsville Christina A. Malcangi, Lynbrook Kerrin E. Manning, Lake Ronkonkoma Markie Rose Mannise, Liverpool * Brittany Renee Martens, Calverton Mathew H. Martin, Saranac Lake ** Kamille Victoria Martinez, Monroe Lia Massimo, Shirley Daniel Massmann, Leland, NC Kyle J. Matera, Massapequa Park Eric R. Mayers, Brewerton William C. Mayfield Jr., Syracuse Andrew John Mayrick, Kings Park Justin Scott McAuslan, Parish Caitlyn M. McCann, Oswego Jacqueline C. McClenthan, Liverpool James R. McGuire, Queensbury Megan Marie McNitt, Pulaski Matthew Joel Merriman, Potsdam John A. Miller, New Hartford Nicolas Robert Miller, Hilton * Shana N. Miller, Rochester Keith Anthony Mirra, East Patchogue *** Christopher B. Moraski, Chester * Meghan Elizabeth Murphy, Dix Hills * Adrienne Ann Murray, Moravia Charlene Pansy Murray, Syracuse Erin M. Murtha, Owego * Samantha Nagel, Congers * Alexis Nicole Nasca, Hamburg * Nicole Elijah Nestler, Bethel Park, PA Brianna O’Brien, Syracuse * Paula Jean Orr, Oneida * Nicole Marie Palazzo, Nanuet Christopher Michael Pallay, Oswego Michael Thomas Palmer, Farmingdale Moriah Parkhurst, Oswego Alex Michael Parsons, Liverpool * Kayla M. Petutis, Walden Jeremy Curtis Pietruch, Marcy Michael Pisarevsky, Brooklyn Taylor D. Price, Syracuse *** Richard C. Rappold, Rochester * Devon M. Rich, Hamburg Callianne Robbins, Geneva Cody Rogers, Palmyra * Taylor Anne Romeo, Massena Leighanne Elaine Roosa, Minoa ** Andrea Darice Roy, Canastota Ashley B. Ruffin, Great Falls, MT * Rachael Elizabeth Ruggaber, Liverpool * Jenna Elizabeth Sacco, Syracuse Frederick Salvador, Syracuse * David Edward Salvetti, Fulton * Kristina M. Sasso, Oswego *** Sarah Elizabeth Saxton, Seneca Falls Margaret Mae Sayles, La Fayette Olivia Colleen Schaeber, Liverpool ** Kristen Marie Schaefer, Greenlawn Justin Kenneth Schimek, Smithtown ** Kaitlyn Olivia Schmidt, West Seneca Michael Frank Schmitt, Ronkonkoma Sara Marina Schrader, Romulus Ryan S. Scully, Plainview Kevin Michael Silk, Ashville ** Carly Sinistore, Salt Point Tyler J. Siracuse, Rochester Kayla Lee Frances Smith, Syracuse * Mackenzie June Smith, Pittsford * Tayler E. Sorell, Hannibal * Lauren Beth Stall, Williamsville ** Eric Robert Strong, Rochester * Matthew James Stufano, Fishkill Bethanie Marie Suchnicki, Oswego Zuri Sumter, New York Danielle Lauren Syers, East Meadow ** Lynn A. Szczygiel, Baldwinsville Evelyn Monkonjay Tarr, Staten Island * William Robert Taylor, Syracuse Annastasia Marie Thurlow, Fulton Riley Lynn Torbitt, Watervliet * Ashlee N. Treglia, Staten Island Alyssa M. Tremblay, Watervliet * Victoria Ashley Trovato, Fulton Brandin Joseph Vanderbush, Newark Ashmel Vargas, New York Nicholas Vincuillo, Merrick * Kaitlyn Marie Wachter, Carmel Blake Rose Wagner, Holbrook Samantha Jordan Wald, East Amherst * Emily Walser, Baldwinsville Elizabeth A. Walsh, East Syracuse * Katie M. Walther, Oswego *** Bailey A. Waterbury, Plattsburgh Heidi Helene Williams, Pennellville Chelsea Ann Williamson, Waterloo ** Cheryl Lynn Wilson, Oswego Jillian Lynn Wilson, Manlius * Kelsey Francis Wilson, Cicero * Kevin Michael Wilson, Chester Jacob Michael Witkin, Williamsville Amanda K. Wolsley, North Syracuse Casey Lynn Wood, Oswego *** Bailey M. Woodard, Hastings Danielle Zaffarano, Richfield Springs * Savannah Jane Zohler, Baldwinsville

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28 Division of Extended LearningThe Division of Extended Learning serves adult students returning to the classroom to update or enhance their skills, open a gate way to a new career, or pursue the pleasures of lifelong learning. Oswego offers a schedule friendly to part-time learners that includes intensive summer and winter sessions, online classes through the SUNY Learning Network, and degrees that can be earned entirely through evening study. Candidates for Baccalaureate DegreeSubject to completion of all degree require ments, degrees will be conferred upon those individuals listed herein who have met the requirements of their respective degrees in December 2015, May 2016 and August 2016. In an effort to honor graduating seniors individually, SUNY Oswego selects faculty members to read each graduate’s name as they receive congratulations from their dean and the president. *** Summa Cum Laude (3.80 – 4.00) identified by gold cap and gown. ** Magna Cum Laude (3.60 – 3.79) identified by gold honor stole. * Cum Laude (3.30 – 3.59) identified by gold honor rope. College Honors Program identified by silver tassel. Rodney D. Hill, Sterling Heights, MI Logan Charles Killian, Mexico Adam Scott McNulty, Watertown Linda Y. Yancey, Wolcott Sheldon Hall, the historic home of Oswego State, was first opened in 1913. It is named after Edward Austin Sheldon, who founded the college in 1861.

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29 Division of Graduate StudiesThe Division of Graduate Studies’ aim is to provide an environment in which qualified students may join a competent faculty in the quest for advanced learning. The graduate program is conducted through academic course work and research that lead students toward professional enrichment and scholarly achievement. Candidates for Master’s Degree and Certicate of Advanced StudySubject to completion of all degree requirements, degrees will be conferred upon those individuals listed herein who have met the requirements of their respective degrees in May and August 2016. Graduate degree recipients are hooded by the graduate marshals and receive congratulations from their dean and the president.MASTER OF ARTS Major in Art Julie Alison Wing, BFA SUNY Oswego Major in English James G. Granger, BA Roberts Wesleyan College Major in History Jessie James Ball, BS SUNY Oswego Janelle Dzielak, BA LeMoyne College Christopher Sinatra, BA Syracuse UniversityMajor in Human-Computer Interaction Stephen Aschkenes, BS SUNY Oswego Michele G. Canale, BA SUNY University at Albany Sarah Kathryn Colletta, BA SUNY Oswego Matthew Christopher Doyle, BA SUNY Oswego James Alan Dunagan, BBA SUNY Delhi John Kimball Mason II, BA SUNY Oswego Katherine Michelle Morelli, BFA SUNY OswegoMASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING Major in Art Education Desirae Janelle Collins, BFA SUNY Oswego Kimberly Ann Kittleson, BFA SUNY Oswego Brittany Rose McCann, BFA SUNY Oswego Brandi Marie O’Connor, BFA SUNY Oswego Sarah Ann Woodruff, BFA Russell Sage CollegeMASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Major in Accounting Dario Alburquerque Jr., BS SUNY Oswego Kasey T. Bokuniewicz, BS SUNY Oswego Justin Alexandre Brantley, BS SUNY Oswego Joshua Austin Burr, BBA SUNY Oswego Lucas Abraham Cavanna, BS SUNY Oswego Christopher Richard Charles, BS SUNY Oswego James Robert Cordon Jr., BS SUNY Oswego John Edward Evans, BBA SUNY Oswego Sarah Renee Garmany, BS SUNY Oswego Vlad Gramma, BBA SUNY Oswego Jay William Hassey, BS SUNY Oswego Lauren Hohler, BS SUNY Oswego Gerald Holmes, BS SUNY Oswego Shane Michael Kinley, BS SUNY Oswego Preston Michael Krieger, BS SUNY Oswego Alisha Marie Markanich, BS SUNY Oswego Sara J. Mayo, BS SUNY Oswego Kerry Kathleen McSweeney, BS SUNY Oswego Brandon Thomas Messecar, BS SUNY Oswego Matthew Alexander Sliker, BS SUNY Oswego Jordyn Aileen Tracy, BS SUNY Oswego Christian Alexander Viertel, BS SUNY Oswego Nicolas G. Visconti, BA SUNY Oswego Kyle James Wistner, BBA SUNY Oswego Alexsander M. Yousuf, BS SUNY Oswego Major in Business AdministrationFloyd R. Backes, BS Southern Illinois University Carbondale Jordan James Barry, BS SUNY Oswego Patrick Samuel Berger, BS SUNY Potsdam Lauren Ashley Biegelman, BA SUNY Binghamton University Holly Sue Chase, BBA Alfred University Eric Chen, BS Northeastern University Christopher Charles Ciancio, BS SUNY Oswego Megan Elizabeth Lawson Clark, BA Dominican University Steven Michael DenBleyker, BS/BA SUNY Oswego Katherine Elizabeth Durkin, BA SUNY Oswego Eric Charles Enwright, BS Rochester Institute Technology Brian Michael Fancher, BBA Marywood University Rachel Lorraine Filosofos, MS SUNY Oswego Andrew Foster, BS Syracuse University Gary Gates, BBA SUNY Oswego Sarah Elizabeth Greer, BS US Military Academy Brittney Ann Guida, BBA SUNY Morrisville Michael D Heisler, BS SUNY Brockport David D Heller, BS Bucknell University Kevin J. Kersey, BA SUNY Cortland Adam C Knapton, BS Western New England Jeffrey Andre Thomas Knighton, BS Canisius College Stephen Louis Koss, BS SUNY University at Buffalo Daniel Keith Lebeau, BBA SUNY Oswego Kyle A. Laughlin, BA Providence College Matthew P. Lockhart, MS University Rochester John Patrick Mathews, BS Rochester Institute Technology Stephen J. McAfee, BS University Massachusetts Amherst Jill S. McBride, BS SUNY Empire State College Stephen Joseph McGonagle, BS SUNY Buffalo State College Jacquelyn Malianoelani McGuire, BBA SUNY Oswego Timothy C McMahon, BS St. John Fisher College Alexander Edward Michalenko, BS SUNY Cortland Shawn E. Milligan, BS Rochester Institute Technology Jessica Lynn Moore, BS SUNY Oswego Eric Ryan Musial, BS SUNY University at Buffalo Scott E Nadzan, MSed SUNY Buffalo Satish Ramanarayanan, BE The National Institute of Engineering Mysore

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30 Johnathan Orion Spence, BS SUNY Oswego Javier B. Primicias IV, BBA SUNY Oswego Matthew Christian Reid, BA College St. Rose Benjamin Truesdail, BS SUNY Oswego Thomas W. Wilkins, BA/BS SUNY University at BuffaloMajor in BroadcastingSonny James Goldbaum, BA SUNY Oswego Major in Health Services AdministrationShanice R. Alyster, BS SUNY University at Buffalo Tyler Patrick Diez, BS SUNY Oswego Erica Renee Henschel, BA SUNY Stony Brook Major in PsychologyLeah Kathryn Humbert, BA SUNY Oswego Major in Public Accounting Jack W. Adelman, JD Syracuse University Anthony Michael Andron, BS SUNY Oswego Eric James Cash, BS SUNY Oswego Sandra L. Harvey, BA CUNY Queens College Brianne Rose Hecker, BS SUNY Oswego Matthew Joseph Jones, BBA SUNY Oswego Tashi Namgyal, BS SUNY Oswego Kenneth John Pattridge, BBA SUNY Oswego Robert Collier Reeves, BBA Niagara University Darcie Lee Tarbell, BS SUNY Polytechnic Institute Raymond Resat Ulger, BS SUNY Oswego Christen J. Weingart, BS University Rhode Island MASTER OF SCIENCE Major in Chemistry Abdulkhaliq A. Alawaed, BS SUNY Buffalo State College Jason Patrick Biasini, BS SUNY Oswego Lyndon Sebastian Flynn-Roach, BS SUNY Oswego Zachary Kuvent, BS Northern Arizona University Kathryn Anne Piazza, BS LeMoyne College William H. Schwab, BS SUNY Oneonta Joseph Wallace Starr, BA SUNY Oswego Daniel Joseph Walter, BS SUNY Oswego Major in Mental Health Counseling Cody Bowser, BA SUNY Potsdam Jessica Spring Brusgul, BA SUNY Oswego Rachel A. Carbonaro, BA SUNY Oswego Alicia Lindsey DeWolf, BA LeMoyne College Kristen Nicole Dougherty, BS SUNY Empire State College Maggie Lynn Fitzsimmons, BA Columbia College Haley Ann Henderson, BA SUNY Oswego Matthew Robert Kelly, BA SUNY Oswego Courtney Rae Lindon, BA SUNY Oswego Daniel C. Miller, BS Canisius College Kyle Brady Mosack, BA SUNY Oswego Kelsey Leigh Naklick, MA SUNY Oswego Kathryn I. Ogden, BS Shenandoah College Conservatory of Music Amy M. Pelow, BS SUNY Oswego Shirley A. Retz, BA SUNY Oswego Michelle L. Stiles, BA SUNY University at Albany Annamary Zappia, Ed.D. Syracuse University MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Major in Adolescence Education Biology Adam James Rosenbarker, BS SUNY Oswego Major in Adolescence Education MathematicsLaura Anne Critelli, BA SUNY Oswego Major in Adolescence Education Social StudiesJohn Alexander Morris,BS SUNY Oswego Peter Leon Sterpe Jr., BA SUNY Oswego Major in Art Education K-12Kelly M. Allen, BS Florida State University Major in Childhood Education Brent David Blackburn, BS SUNY Oswego Paige E. J. Culver, BA Nazareth College Charlotte Elizabeth Marasco, BS SUNY Oswego Amanda S. Nugent, BS SUNY Geneseo Holly Jean Rhoads, BS SUNY Oswego Schally Washburn, BS SUNY Potsdam Major in Childhood Special Education 1-6Darlynda DeMaria Brownlee, BS SUNY Oswego Renee Marie Ferlito, BS SUNY Oswego Major in Literacy Education B-6 Carlene K. Benson, BA SUNY Potsdam Nicholas J. Little, BS SUNY Cortland Jessica Ann Lynn, BS SUNY Oswego Nina L. Marollo, BS SUNY Oswego Kirsten Danielle Reimers, BA SUNY Oswego Abigail L. Sayler, BS SUNY Geneseo Ashley Jane Scaccia, BS SUNY Oswego Kasey Ruth Simmons, BS SUNY Oswego Catherine Renee Stratton, BS SUNY Geneseo Tina Michelle Wheeler, BS SUNY OswegoMajor in Literacy Education 5-12Leanna Kathleen Cleveland, BS SUNY Oswego Kayla Lynn Hoffman, BS SUNY Oswego Lindsey Katherine Knight, BS SUNY Oswego Sherade Antoinette McKitty, BS SUNY Oswego Rachelle Marion Salmonsen, BS SUNY Oswego Ashley Lynne Wheeler, BA SUNY Oswego Major in Technology EducationRebecca Lynn Crossley, BS SUNY Oswego Andrew Steven Wager, BS SUNY Oswego MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Major in Agricultural Education Taylor Ciarra-Mary Clifford, BS SUNY Cobleskill Major in Business and Marketing EducationAndrew Steven Carpenter, BBA SUNY Empire State College Major in Career and Technical EducationStephen Smithers II, BS SUNY Oswego David Martin Yanisko, BS University Rochester Major in Trade Education MSEDDevon Peter Karpak, BA University of Vermont Major in Family and Consumer Science EducationSamantha Elizabeth Cocks, BS SUNY Empire State College Major in Technical EducationGary Alan Ruebsamen, BS Syracuse University MASTER OF SCIENCE IN TEACHING Major in Adolescence Education English 7-12Jaime Montana Cook, BA California State University Fresno Sara Elizabeth Drain, BS SUNY Cortland Lauren Michelle Hallman, BA Loyola College Major in Adolescence Education French 7-12Kelsey Lynn Labbe, BA SUNY Oswego Major in Adolescence Education Mathematics 7-12Ashley M. Roles, BS Stetson University Major in Adolescence Education Physics 7-12 Michael Christopher Leone, BA SUNY Oswego Major in Adolescence Education Social Studies 7-12Paridise Deliah Labrador, BA SUNY Oswego Amanda Marie Loveless, BA SUNY Oswego

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31 Major in Childhood Education 1-6Amanda Leah Cole, BS SUNY Oswego Mary Elizabeth Figuccio, BA SUNY Oswego James E. Guth, BS SUNY Brockport Sheleia Katrina Horton, BS SUNY Brockport Miriah J. Lawrence, BA Hope College Antonisha Jenan McMillan, BS Syracuse University Julie A. Noga, BA SUNY Oswego Samuel Michael Passalacqua III, BA SUNY Cortland Jenna Victoria Ruffrage, BS SUNY Oneonta Matthew G. Tripoli, BS Utica College Daniel J. Tunison, BA LeMoyne College MASTER OF SCIENCE & CERTIFICATE OF ADVANCED STUDY Major in Counseling Services Tyler M. Baker, BA SUNY Oswego Caryn E. Baxter, BA SUNY Cortland Kayla Beyer, BA SUNY Oswego Andrew Patrick Charles Buchmann, BA SUNY Oswego Margaret T. Cacchione, BA Keuka College Ashley Rose Caporizzo, BS SUNY University at Buffalo Jamine Lamar Coley, BA SUNY Oswego Alyssa E. Hansen, BS SUNY University at Buffalo Joanna Marie Johnson, BS SUNY Brockport Brittany Morgan Pietras, BS St. John Fisher College Samantha Faymarie Rose, BA SUNY Oswego Major in School Psychology Gabriele A. Ariola, BA LeMoyne College Nicole J. Auriemma, BA SUNY University at Buffalo Emily R. Cunningham, BS SUNY Oneonta Kathleen Dickinson, BA Elmira College Karyvette Z. Feito, BA University Puerto Rico Utuado Megan S. Furman, BA University Rochester Carey Elizabeth Harvey, BA SUNY Cortland Gabrielle Hohl, BS LeMoyne College Abbey Christine Morgans, BS SUNY Cortland Jennifer L. Van Arsdale, BS St. John Fisher College Christopher Jurgen Wiehl, BS SUNY Buffalo State College CERTIFICATE OF ADVANCED STUDY Major in Counseling ServicesBrittany Nicole Almonte, BFA New York Institute of Technology Matthew Patrick Shene, MSED LeMoyne CollegeMajor in Educational LeadershipAnna Burke, MS Utica College Susan Hartnett Centore, BS Boston University Christina Chamberlain, MSED LeMoyne College Michiel William Ciaburri, MS Fort Hays State University Tara Lynn Clark, MSED SUNY Oswego Daniel William Cunningham, MSED LeMoyne College Erin Teresa Deaver, BS LeMoyne College Nicole Lynn Donaldson, MSED SUNY Potsdam Kristin Marie Enright, BS SUNY Oswego Eric Michael Feola, BM SUNY Potsdam Danielle Marie Florio, BS SUNY Brockport Stephanie Ann Griffin, MS SUNY Oswego Andrew T. Hart, BS St. John Fisher College John Robert Jeffries, MS East Stroudsburg University Pennsylvania Marcel Roy Jennette Jr., BS SUNY Plattsburgh Jennifer Jo Kirchoff, BA SUNY Geneseo Brenda Lynn Leddy, MS SUNY Potsdam Brian A. Kovalchik, MS SUNY Oswego Melissa Lee Nabinger, BS SUNY Oneonta Christian A. Normile, MST SUNY Potsdam Judith Marie Osetek, MSed SUNY Oswego Ryan Thomas Oyer, MST LeMoyne College Sarah OYong, MSED SUNY Potsdam Melissa E. Perkowski, BA Nazareth College Tara K. Powless, BA LeMoyne College Melissa A Scerbo, MSED University of New England Rachael L. Schading, MS SUNY Oswego Jennifer Ann Smolnik, MSED LeMoyne College Samantha A. Spaulding, BS SUNY Oswego Elizabeth Christine Stoddard, BA SUNY Potsdam Jodie J. Verkey, MSED Nazareth College GRADUATE CERTIFICATE Health Information TechnologyEkaterina Cole, BS National Research University Higher School of Economics James Alan Dunagan, BBA SUNY Delhi Daniel Philip Szakielo, BS Ramapo College NJ Interdisciplinary Trauma StudiesDanielle M. Carr, MS SUNY Potsdam Alicia Lindsey DeWolf, BA LeMoyne College Kelsey Leigh Naklick, MA SUNY Oswego Amber Alexis Partin, BS University of Phoenix John Milton Randall III, BS University Maryland University College Play TherapyAllison P. Meyers, BS Utica College

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32 Class of 2016 Senior Class GiftsThe Oswego Alumni Association congratulates and thanks the Class of 2016 for raising $4,465.28 (as of April 13, 2016) for The Fund for Oswego . More than 170 seniors, families, parents, faculty and staff helped support the senior class. We offer a special thanks to the Class of 2016 Coordinators and Planning Committee, as well as student volunteers who assisted The Fund for Oswego with the Senior Class Gift. All gifts count toward the college’s historic $40 million fundraising effort — With Passion and Purpose: The Campaign for SUNY Oswego .Contributors Roger & Maryellen Ackley In Honor of Riley M. Ackley ’16 Stephanie & Richard Aizer In Honor of Samantha Aizer ’16 Charles & Lorraine Amundsen In Honor of Keith Amundsen ’16 The Antinora Family In Honor of Troy Antinora ’16 John, Anne, Collette & Kent Arnold In Honor of Craig Arnold ’16 Naa Asheley ’16 In Honor of The Ashitey Family Connor Barry ’16 Thanks, Dad, for getting me through college! Tatiana Belfield ’16 Thank you Mom, Andy and Grandpa! Donna & Harolde Bell Sr. In Honor of Harolde Bell Jr. ’16 Nick Bell In honor of Harolde Bell Jr. ’16 Dr. Pearl Bell-Grandma In honor of Harolde Bell Jr. ’16 Stephen J. Bero ’74 In Honor of The Class of 2016 The Blair Family In Honor of Kelsey Blair ’16 The Blasko Family In Honor of Russell J. Blasko ’16 Karen, Olivia, Lexie & Demi Bobarakis In Honor of Stephen Bobarakis ’16 The Brantley Family In Honor of Justin A. Brantley ’16 The Brennan Family In Honor of Andrew William Brennan ’16 Andrew W. Brennan ’16 Thanks, Mom and Dad, for all the support along the way. I could not have done it without you. Sarah E. Brill ’16 Thank you to my parents, Monica and Bob Brill, for all your support over the past four years. Jen & Neil Browne In Honor of Kaitlyn Browne ’16 The Bruno Family In Honor of Hunter Bruno ’16 The Bulman Family In Honor of Melissa Bulman ’16 Steve & Barbara Call In Honor of Amy Hogan ’16 Ian Callahan ’16 Thank you Mom, Dad, Rob and Francesca for all the support! The Callahan Family In Honor of Ian Callahan ’16 Steven ’76 & Mary Canale ’81 In Honor of Michele Canale ’16 Lisa & Jim Carroll In Honor of Megan Carroll ’16 Terry & Bob Cassa In Honor of Kimberly Cassa ’16 The Celeste Family In Honor of Jami Celeste ’16 Jami R. Celeste ’16 Thank you Mom, Dad, Will and Joe, for all the support and always being there for me. I love you to the moon and back! Dennis & Judith Christiansen In Honor of Samuel Christiansen ’16 Kathy Clark In Honor of The Class of 2016 Larry & Patty Cocozza In Honor of Michael Coccozza ’16 The Conti Family In Honor of Nicholas Conti ’16 Jennifer Cross ’16 In Honor of The Class of 2016 Teresa & Mike Cross In Honor of Jennifer Cross ’16 John Curley & Karen LoMeli In Honor of Gabriele E. Curley ’16 Justin D’Antonio ’16 Thanks Mik and Ron; you rule! The DeGeorge Family In Honor of Sarah DeGeorge ’16 Shelly & Chris DeHaan In Honor of Connor DeHaan ’16 Scott & Cathleen Derby In Honor of Allison Derby ’16 The Desmarais Family In Honor of Renata Desmarais ’16 The DiBernardo Family In Honor of Brittany & Brianne DiBernardo ’16 The Vanderbilt-Domblewski Family In Honor of Garrett Domblewski ’16 & Rachel Edic ’16 Debbie, Roy & Lexi Domenech In Honor of Ashley Domenech ’16 Ashley Domenech ’16 Thank you so much to the SUNY Oswego Music, Theatre and Spanish Departments. Kerry Dorsey ’81 Congratulations to the Class of 2016! Ed & Ruthann Drewitz In Honor of Eric Drewitz ’16 Maxwell Edick ’16 To all my friends through college, both present and past: thank you for sharing yourselves with me. The Eldridge Family In Honor of Cole Eldridge ’16 Earl “Grampa” White In Honor of Emily Erbstoesser ’16 Tim & Karen Erwin In Honor of Jennifer Erwin ’16 The Famer Family In Honor of Marisa Farmer ’16 Cassidy Farr ’16 I couldn’t have made it without all your unconditional love and support! Thank you Mom, Dad and Greg! Richard & Deborah Fay In Honor of Deidra Day ’16 The Formas Family In Honor of Michaela Barbara-Ann Formas ’16 Michaela Formas ’16 In Honor of Ann Formas The Friedlander Family In Honor of Allison M. Friedlander ’16 Emily Fultz ’16 Thank you grandmother!

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33 The Gallagher Family In Honor of Kevin Patrick Gallagher ’16 Laura, Steve & Sean In Honor of Stephen J. Gambardella ’16 Jeff & Valerie Gerber In Honor of Zachary Gerber ’16 Marisa Gilbert ’16 In Honor of my Mom and Dad The Giller Family In Honor of Jordan Giller ’16 Cheryl Goewey ’16 I would like to give a shout out to Gerrit my husband, and all my family who came! I love you guys! Sonny Goldbaum ’16 Thanks to my loving parents for providing tremendous support and encouragement since I was born. Dee Ann & Michael Goldberg In Honor of Candice Goldberg ’16 Tracey & Steve Green In Honor of Heather Laski ’16 The Guild Family In Honor of Bryan C. Guild ’16 The Harris Family In Honor of Nakela Harris ’16 The Harris Family In Honor of John Harris ’16 The Haruna Family ’16 In Honor of Miminatu Mimi Haruna ’16 Greg & Andrea Hassett In Honor of Julia Heck ’16 The Hennessey Family In Honor of Callah Marie Hennessey ’16 Bill & Gail Heussler In Honor of Jordan Heussler ’16 John & Cindy Hibbert In Honor of Jessica Lee Hebblethwaite ’16 Jennifer & Russell Howe In Honor of Rebecca Howe ’16 Rebecca Howe ’16 In Honor of Russell & Jennifer Howe Marisa Iacchetta ’16 To my mom, dad and loving family, I can’t thank you enough for the endless support and love you continue to show me! I love you all! Cori Iacopelli ’16 Mom, Dad and Kyle, I wouldn’t be where I am today or who I am today without your constant love and support. Thank you for giving me the world. Mark & Sandra Jamieson In Honor of John D. Jamieson ’16 Mark & Sandra Jamieson In Honor of Kayla S. Perry ’16 Anna Jimenez ’16 Thanks Dr. S for pushing me to find my true potential and thank you Nammy for always believing in me. RIP Nams. Yvette Johnson & O’Dell Family In Honor of Marques LeVont Younger ’16 Rose Joseph ’16 In Honor of Marie Jean-Pierre ’16 Zachary Kakuda ’16 In Honor of The Telefund Squad Christian Kalinowski ’16 I wouldn’t have made it here without persistence. To those who taught me it, my parents, grandparents, siblings, and Uncle Kevin, I thank you with all my heart. Ken & Trena Karbowski In Honor of Makensi Lin Karbowski ’16 Kayla Kelly ’16 In Honor of Christine & Carl Kelly The Kenney Family In Honor of Amanda Kenney ’16 The Kerber Family In Honor of Nicholas T. Kerber ’16 Mary Elizabeth Klapkowski In Honor of Joseph Anthony Klapkowski ’16 Caroline Krapf ’16 Thank you to my amazing parents, I couldn’t have done it without you! Karen & Paul Lahue In Honor of Caitlyn Bailey ’16 Todd Lawson ’16 Thank you Dr. Niri for all of your help! The Lee Family In Honor of Daniel Lee ’16 Gweynne & Mike Lennon In Honor of James P. Lennon ’16 Cassandra Lewis & Family In Honor of Dominique P. Williams ’16 The Lopez-Kenny Family In Honor of Amanda Lopez-Kenny ’16 Larry & Pamela Youngs-Maher In Honor of Marisa Anne Youngs Maher ’16 Gavin Mais ’16 Thanks Mom! You’re my rock! The Mann Family In Honor of William Mann ’16 Melissa Manwaring ’01 In Honor of Oswego State Ice Effects’ Seniors— Coco, Jess, Liz & Olivia The Manzella Family In Honor of Amanda Manzella ’16 Troy & Christina Markgjonaj In Honor of Michael Markgjonaj ’16 Brian & Patti Marks In Honor of Elizabeth Marks ’16 The Matera Family In Honor of Kyle Matera ’16 The McCauley Family In Honor of Sean McCauley ’16 The McDonald Family In Honor of Emily McDonald ’16 Mark Mirabito In Honor of Jazlyne Agosto ’16 Catherine Monteferrante In Honor of Jacquelyn Giotta ’16 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Morgan In Honor of Dominic Cianciolo Morgan ’16 Mom, Jason & Pher In Honor of Kaili Grace Morris ’16 Belinda Murphy In Honor of Tatiana Belfield ’16 The Murray Family In Memory of Benjamin Cornwell ’16 The Murray Family In Honor of Adrienne Murray ’16 Tim Nekritz M ’05 In Honor of The Class of 2016 The Newhook Family In Honor of Robert Newhook ’16 The Noone Family In Honor of Morgan Rae Noone ’16 Betsy Oberst, Alumni Office and Jerry Oberst ’77, Admissions Office In honor of the Class of 2016 The O’Grady Family In Honor of Ryan James O’Grady ’16 The Oro Family In Honor of Matthew Oro ’16 John & Lori Pagan In Honor of Robert A. Pagan ’16 The Pascarelli Family In Honor of Philip Pascarelli ’16 Madelyn Peirce ’16 Thank you for all of your support; I wouldn’t have made it without you guys! Love you Mom, Stash, Troy, Nug & Gumma! Mom, Dad & Renee In Honor of Mitchell Petrella ’16 Anne & Jim Pike In Honor of Katherine Pike ’16 Katie Pike ’16 In Honor of Anne, Jim and Joe Pike The Proctor Family In Honor of Lauren Proctor ’16 The Prusak Family In Honor of Gabrielle Prusak ’16 Rich & Linda Purcell In Honor of Jennifer Santorelli ’16 The Rabben Family In Honor of Margaret Ann Rabben ’16

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34 The Ransbury Family In Honor of Nicholas Ransbury ’16 Rose & Sheldon Raskin In Honor of Michael James Hernandez ’16 The Renfro Family In Honor of Abby Barbara Renfro ’16 Devon Rich ’16 In Honor of The Rich Family Kurt & Vanessa Rich In Honor of Devon Rich ’16 The Sammon Family In Honor of Nicole Sammon ’16 The Santana-Davis Family In Honor of Andre Robinson ’16 Craig & Susan Saxton In Honor of Sarah Elizabeth Saxton ’16 Tim & Susan Scalisi In Honor of Timothy J. Scalisi ’16 The Schermerhorn Family In Honor of Katherine M. Schermerhorn ’16 The Schimek Family In Honor of Justin Schimek ’16 Samantha Schou ’16 In Honor of Mom and Mike The Scialdone Family In Honor of Courtney Scialdone ’16 Ann Marie & Charlie In Honor of Julia Shipley ’16 Carley Singer ’16 Mom and Dad, thank you for all your support and always pushing me to go after my dreams. I love you both to the moon and back. Mackenzie Smith ’16 Thank you for your love and support. I couldn’t have done it without you guys! I love you! Helene & Daniel Snowball In Honor of Teri Snowball ’16 Robert & Maryellen Sobel In Honor of Lauren Sobel ’16 President Deborah F. Stanley and Mr. Michael J. Stanley In honor of the Class of 2016 James & Ilene Stanton In Honor of Kristen Anne Stanton ’16 Nana Stewart In honor of Harolde Bell, Jr. ’16 Deborah J. Stinson In Honor of Patrick W. Whitbeck ’16 Christine Stranton In Honor of Victoria Stranton ’16 Maria & Nicole Stufano In Honor of Matt Stufano ’16 The Swiks, Whitfield, and Behler In Honor of Jennifer Swik ’16 Jennifer Swik ’16 In Honor of My Family Rich & Kathy Szweda In Honor of Veronica Szweda ’16 The Tiberia Family In Honor of Jordan Tiberia ’16 Morris Titanic In Honor of Heather Titanic ’16 Eileen & John Tochterman In Honor of Matthew Tochterman ’16 Renee Turner In Honor of Sasha I. Padilla ’16 Spencer & Beth Tyson In Honor of Justine Polonski ’16 The Velazquez Family In Honor of Susan Velazquez ’16 Rick & Roseann Vitale In Honor of Angela Vitale ’16 The Wald Family In Honor of Samantha J. Wald ’16 The Waldron Family In Honor of Khalil Jae Waldron ’16 Ayana Webb ’16 To my mom, my sister, Latesha, and the rest of my family and friends Dominique Williams ’16 In Honor of Cassandra Lewis Shantol Williams ’16 Thank you to my parents and friends for always supporting me. This one is for you Aysha! Leigh Wilson In Honor of Colin Henderson ’16

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35 Public Ceremonies Committee Special ThanksA special word of thanks is extended to those individuals who volunteer to serve as marshals and ushers for the day. Thank you also to the Maintenance and Custodial Staff, University Police, SAVAC, Walker Health Center, Registrar’s Office, Publications Office, Campus Technology Services, and Auxiliary Services, including the College Store and Dining Services staff, for their work and participation in Commencement. An additional thanks to our Trumpeters: Rachel Bortin Senior, Childhood Education Tyler Doan Sophomore, Adolescence Education Zachary Hill Sophomore, Psychology Caitlyn Mensch Senior, Meteorology Richard Bush Technology Department William Canning Campus Technology Services Robert Casper Office of Admissions Lori Cook Facilities Maintenance and Operations Patrick Devendorf Disability Services Michael Flaherty Auxiliary Services, Public Ceremonies Committee Chair Jacob Gardener Residence Life and Housing William Hammond Facilities Maintenance and Operations Malcolm Huggins Intercollegiate Athletics Tyrone Johnson-Neuland Campus Technology Services Rebecca Kempney Facilities Maintenance and Operations Joy Knopp College Foundation Ellen McCloskey Office of the President Mark Mirabito Psychology Karen Moore Extended Learning Tim Nekritz Office of Public Affairs Jose Ramos Facilities Maintenance and Operations Vernon Reynolds Facilities Maintenance and Operations John Rossi University Police Michelle St. John Office of the Registrar Barbara St. Michel Campus Life Holli Stone Campus Life Daniel Tryon Technology Department Trumpeters announce the beginning of the commencement ceremony.

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36 Visitor InformationEmergency AssistanceMedical assistance is available on the ground floor in the Marano Campus Center.University Police315.312.5555Lost and FoundInquiries should be directed to University Police at the phone number listed above.RestroomsRestrooms are on all Marano Campus Center levels. Ground floor restrooms are in the main lobby; second-level facilities serve upper seating.RefreshmentsRefreshments are not permitted on the arena floor. However, refreshments are available before and during the ceremony at Crossroads on the upper level of the Marano Campus Center.College StoreFresh flowers, frames and an assortment of emblematic clothing and merchandise will be available before and after the ceremonies in the concourse of the Marano Campus Center.ReceptionAll graduates, family members, guests, faculty and staff are invited to attend a reception north of the Convocation Center immediately following each ceremony.Photographs and VideotapingAudience videotaping and photography are permitted only from seats. A professional photographer will be present at the ceremony. Graduates will be emailed a link from the photography company to view their photos. Graduation pictures can be ordered online at www.geneseephoto.com.Notice to Audience MembersOur commencement ceremony is taped and broadcast via tv, radio, and/or the internet in both live and delayed time formats. By attending this event, you are granting permission to have your likeness or image and your voice broadcast without restriction and without right of inspection or approval. Entrance into the event grants permission for your likeness or image to be used without remuneration and releases the campus and its representatives from all claims and liability relating to these broadcasts or their reuse. DepartureAudience is to remain seated until all graduates, faculty and platform party recess.Contact SUNY OswegoOffice of Admissions, 315.312.2250 229 Sheldon Hall, SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY 13126 www.oswego.edu