Five Greater Newburyport residents were among students graduating from Framingham State University at commencement May 26 at the DCU Center in Worcester.
Amesbury: Ivy Norman received a bachelor of science degree.
Claire Russo received a master of science degree.
Merrimac: Haley Duprey received a bachelor of arts degree.
Newbury: Monica King received a bachelor of arts degree.
Newburyport: Cody Lamke received a bachelor of science degree.
Maryam Moshrefi of Newburyport recently received a bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
Two area students are among degree recipients in the Colby College Class of 2019 who received diplomas during the recent commencement at the school in Waterville, Maine.
Isabel Berzansky of Newbury, who majored in environmental science and biology, attended The Governor's Academy and is the daughter of Scott Berzanksy and Mary Baker-Berzansky of Newbury.
Abigail C. Gracey of Newburyport, who majored in psychology and educational studies, attended Pingree School and is the daughter of Michael and Michelle Gracey of Newburyport.
The following students received a degree from Norwich University at the commencement ceremony May 11:
Joshua Travis Kuse of Newburyport received a bachelor of science in management and a concentration in marketing.
Jacob O. Barlow of Newburyport received a bachelor of arts in criminal justice.
Noah Gillingham of Newburyport was recently named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Providence College. Gillingham is a member of the Class of 2022.
Three area students were among graduates of Austin Prep at the graduation ceremony May 25.
Bridget McCarthy of Georgetown, who will attend Kenyon College in the fall.
Nicholas Reddy of Groveland, who will attend California State University, Northridge, in the fall.
Andrew Gould of West Newbury, who will attend Curry College in the fall.
Several area students were named to the Endicott College spring 2019 dean's list students, including the following:
Amesbury: Rebecca Castonguay, liberal studies/education, daughter of Richard Castonguay and Amy Castonguay.
Mya Kermelewicz, psychology, daughter of Robert Kermelewicz and Julie Kermelewicz.
Georgetown: Gabriella Sorenson, liberal studies, daughter of John Sorenson and Gail Sorenson.
Groveland: Noelle Lamattina, nursing, daughter of Michael Lamattina and Kirsten Lamattina.
Nicole O'Rourke, liberal studies/education, daughter of Kevin O'Rourke and Janet O'Rourke.
Newbury: Marielle Cassidy, interior design, daughter of Peter Cassidy and Peter Cassidy.
Newburyport: Liliana Morris, graphic design, daughter of Andrew Morris and Janet Morris.
Meghan Stanton, nursing, daughter of Michael Stanton and Michele McKeon-Stanton.
Rowley: Timothy Amello, computer science, son of Joseph Amello and Anne Marie Amello.
Molly Gagnon, liberal studies/education, daughter of Christopher Gagnon and Melissa Prescott-Gagnon.
Salisbury: Emily Haywood, interior design, daughter of Tom Haywood and Sue Celentano.
Cassie Scaglione, graphic design, daughter of Michael Scaglione and Rebecca Scaglione.
Several students from Greater Newburyport were among those named to the Plymouth State University president's list for the spring 2019 semester. They are:
Georgetown: Jonathan Maloberti, a French major.
Lillian Savage, an English major.
Merrimac: Samantha Fiore, an athletic training major.
Newbury: Kyle Gagne, a music major.
Jacob Burns, an elementary education major.
Salisbury: Kate Morrison, a nursing major.
Seabrook: Sara Ascanio, majoring in fine arts.
Emily Guay, an athletic training major.
In addition, two area students were named to the Plymouth State University dean's list for the spring 2019 semester. They are:
Holly Snowdon of Newburyport, an early childhood education major.
Maria Verrall of East Kingston, New Hampshire, a business administration major.