Several students from Greater Newburyport were awarded degrees on May 11 at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute commencement ceremony.

Brianna Burke of Amesbury was awarded a bachelor of science degree in biology and biotechnology with high distinction.

Aidan Cookson of Rowley was awarded a bachelor of science degree in electrical and computer engineering with distinction.

Ryan Kent of Rowley was awarded a bachelor of science degree in electrical and computer engineering with distinction.

Mark Landergan of Newburyport was awarded a bachelor of science degree in robotics engineering with distinction.

Jessica Locke of Georgetown was awarded a bachelor of science degree in environmental engineering with high distinction.

Patrick Meehan of Salisbury was awarded a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering with high distinction.

John O'Neill of Seabrook, N.H., was awarded a bachelor of science degree in aerospace engineering with high distinction.

Samantha Smith of East Kingston, N.H., was awarded a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering with distinction.

Jacquelyn Claveau of Georgetown was awarded a master of engineering degree in biomedical engineering.

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Zachary Bartula of Merrimac recently graduated with a master of engineering degree with a major in structural engineering from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

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Three local students were among graduates of Austin Prep at the May 25 graduation ceremony.

They include:

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.

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American International College in Springfield awarded degrees to several students from Greater Newburyport at commencement on May 11.

Local students include: 

Rebecca DelMonico of Amesbury received a graduate degree in reading specialist.

Justine Mento of Amesbury received a graduate degree in moderate disabilities.

Crystal O'Keefe of Merrimac received a graduate degree in school leadership.

Rebecca Takesian of Byfield received a graduate degree in school leadership.

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Garth Robinson of Newburyport received a bachelor of arts degree during the Hamilton College commencement on May 26.

A creative writing major at Hamilton, Robinson graduated cum laude with departmental honors in creative writing.

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Eight local students were among those awarded degrees during the University of Vermont's 218th commencement ceremonies.

Christopher Barry,of Rowley graduated with a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering.

Maeve Callewaert of Byfield graduated with a bachelor of science degree in elementary education-K-6.

Kristen Mackie of Newburyport graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor of science degree in exercise and movement sciences

Julia Moore of East Kingston, N.H., graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in Japanese.

Jessica Savage of Newbury graduated with a bachelor of science degree in natural resources.

Scott-Glenn Tanch of Rowley graduated with a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering.

Hannah Zaneski of Merrimac graduated with a bachelor of science degree in animal sciences.

Christian Zarkades of Newburyport graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in history.

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Jennifer Nutter of Georgetown was honored at Union College's annual Prize Day celebration. Students were honored for achievement in academics, research, service and governance. Nutter, a member of the Class of 2019, was honored with the Fletcher and Grace Blanchard Memorial Prize in Bioengineering, to a senior who has excelled in bioengineering.

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The following students received degrees from Quinnipiac University during ceremonies held in May:

Georgetown: Joseph Torgersen, bachelor of science, majoring in marketing

Merrimac: Elizabeth Freeman, bachelor of science, with a major in health science studies

Katherine Freeman, bachelor of science, with a major in computer information systems

Newburyport: Jenna Gallagher, bachelor of science, with a major in nursing

Rowley: Amanda Colpitts, master of business administration

 

Salisbury: Joseph Palowich, master of science in business analytics

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Two local students were among those receiving undergraduate degrees from Tufts University recently.

The graduates from the School of Arts and Sciences and School of Engineering included:

Kelsey Dion of Georgetown received a bachelor of arts degree in Spanish, Cum Laude.

Michaela Morris of Seabrook received a bachelor of arts degree in English, Summa Cum Laude.

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Local students receiving degrees from Clark University in Worcester on May 19 included:

Linnea Simone Menin of Newburyport, who graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of arts in biology. Menin is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honor society.

Laurel Elizabeth White of Newburyport, who graduated cum laude with a bachelor of arts in psychology.

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Annika Jahn of Newburyport graduated with a bachelor of science in business and economics with a major in accounting from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, this spring.

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Kimberly Collins of Seabrook was among the graduates celebrated at the 161st Elmira College Commencement on June 2 in Elmira, New York. 

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Three local students were among those receiving degrees during Bowdoin College’s commencement ceremony May 25.

Brandon Zachary Lopez,of Amesbury, a member of the Class of 2019, graduated with a major in sociology.

Matthew Doran Cote of Newburyport, a member of the Class of 2019, graduated with a major in mathematics and a minor in economics.

 

Conor Barton McManamy of Newburyport, a member of the Class of 2019, graduated cum laude with a major in physics.

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Fiona Emily Keane, daughter of Steven Keane and Elaine Light of Newburyport, graduated cum laude from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on May 20 with a bachelor of arts in American studies. Other recognition included: dean's list. Keane, a graduate of Miss Hall's School, was also named to the dean's list.