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2019-04-10 / Academics

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More than 300 students graduated from SUNY Delhi in December 2018. Degrees were awarded for certificates, associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees.

Local graduates include: Liliana Gonzalez of Sidney earned an associate’s in Veterinary Science Technology; Katherine Covell of Sidney Center earned a bachelor’s in Business and Technology Management; Sierra Mattice of Roxbury earned an associate’s in Accounting; Sarah Berhman of Hamden earned an associate’s in Business Administration; Jeanette Garofano of Delhi earned an associate’s in Construction Technology; Vincent Prior of Arkville earned a bachelor’s in Hospitality Management; Connor DiBenedetto of Denver earned a certificate in Welding; Levi Wormuth of Hancock earned a certificate in Electrical Construction/Maintenance; Jeremy Carmody of Treadwell earned a bachelor’s in Rec & Sports Facility Management; Sharie Webster of Sidney Center earned an associate’s in Criminal Justice Studies; Ivan Wood of South Kortright earned an associate’s in Criminal Justice Studies; Amanda Hyduk of Delhi earned a bachelor’s in Criminal Justice; Joshua Knapp of Walton earned a bachelor’s in Criminal Justice; Mitchell Reed of Delhi earned a bachelor’s in Criminal Justice; Patrick Doerr of Hancock earned a BSN in Nursing; Stephanie Warycha of Bloomville earned a BSN in Nursing; Chelsee Stafford of Walton earned an associate’s in Liberal Arts & Sciences: Early Childhood Education; Ariel Melvin of Andes earned an associate’s in Liberal Arts & Sciences: General Studies; Brittany Adams of Hancock earned an associate’s in Liberal Arts & Sciences: Humanities & Social Sciences; Chelsea Darling of Walton earned an associate’s in Liberal Arts & Sciences: Humanities & Social Sciences; Joseph Burgin of Bovina

Center earned a bachelor’s in Business & Professional Golf Management; Patrick Vibbard of Sidney earned a bachelor’s in Golf & Sports Turf Management.

Janine Velardi of Walton was one of 24 students inducted into the Elmira College Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society.

Morgan Sullivan of Grand Gorge has received the SUNY Oneonta 2016-2017 Susan Sutton Smith Award for academic excellence. To be eligible for the award, a student must be a freshman, sophomore or junior with a grade-point average of 3.9 or higher.

SUNY Morrisville recently announced the students who were named to the dean’s list for the Fall 2018 semester. To be named to the dean’s list, a student must achieve an average of 3.0 to 3.99 for the semester and complete 12 credit hours. Devin Kuhn of Grand Gorge, majoring in Agricultural Science; Thomas Newman of Margaretville majoring in Business Administration; Samantha Camuti of Andes majoring in LA & Sci - Childhood Education; Tori Rockefeller of Bloomville majoring in Criminal Justice; Troy Palmer of Davenport Center majoring in Applied Psychology - BS; Elijah Van- Buren of Delancey majoring in Agricultural Mechanics - AOS; Nicole Sutliff of East Meredith majoring in Early Childhood; Malorie Jordan of Franklin majoring in Animal Science - Dairy; Jessica Smith of Franklin majoring in Individual Studies; Jessie Davis of Franklin, majoring in Applied Psychology - BS; William Davis of Franklin majoring in Applied Psychology - BS; Michael Da Silva of Sidney, majoring in Human Services; Rylee D’Addezio of Sidney Center majoring in Individual Studies; Cortney Miller of Sidney Center majoring in Associate Degree Nursing.

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