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These local students recently graduated from St. Rose’s University.

— Mubarak Abdella from Guilderland has a Master of Science in Computer Information Systems.

— Gabrielle Andrea from Altamont has a Master of Science in Early Childhood Education.

— Carly Benedict of Schenectady has a Master of Science in Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Education.

— Delaboon of Guilderland earned a Master of Science in Education Curriculum and Instruction.

— Schenectady’s Daniel Camarata earned a Certificate in Educational Leadership and Management.

— Brittany Conklin from Bern qualified for school counseling.

— Claire Crozier from East Bern has a diploma in school psychology.

— Gabriel Delbrocco of Schenectady has a Master of Science in Social Work.

— Altamont’s Stephen Dukenski holds a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

— Staci Fisher from Delma has a Master of Science in Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Education.

— Alexis Ginder from Schenectady has a Master’s Degree in Education Science.

— Jessica Goldberg of Slingerlands has a Master of Science in Social Work.

— John Robert Graham of Slingerlands has earned a Certificate in Organizational Leadership/Change Management.

— Kathryn Hacker of Schenectady is a master of early childhood education and the science of early childhood education.

— Joshua Heller from Delmar has a Master of Science in Computer Science.

— Mercedes Hutchings of Guilderland has a Master of Science in Education/School Psychology.

— Zachary Hutson of Slingerlands holds a Master of Science in Education Curriculum and Instruction.

— King Tabitha of Guilderland has a Master of Science in Education/School Psychology.

— Schenectady’s Megan Reddick earned a certificate in Educational Leadership and Management. campus leader.

— Alexis McCarthy of Schenectady has a Master of Science degree in Literacy.

— Lee McCormick, Delmar, holds a master’s degree in educational science.

— Elliott Murphy of Delmar has a master’s degree in communication science and disability science.

— Daniel Patterson of Guilderland has a master’s degree in communication science and disability science.

— Sadaf Sheikh of Guilderland has a Master of Science in Information Technology.When

— Rupesh Shakya from Guilderland has a Master of Science in Business Analytics.

— Susannah Sheehan of Delmar has earned a certification in Educational Leadership and Management.

— Alvaro Sosa-Suarez of Slingerlands has a master’s degree in business administration.

— Peggy Ann Spano of Schenectady has a Master of Science in Social Work.

— Sarah Webber of Schenectady has a Master of Science in Educational Psychology.

— Derek Baldwin of Schenectady holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Financial Planning.

— James Coover of Schenectady has a BA in Music.

— Alicia Danny from Schenectady has a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration.

— Kyla Nadine De Castro from Delma has a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Education.

— Anna Gasienica from Delmar has a BA in Forensic Psychology.

— Trevor Goodemote from Delmar has a BS in Finance.

— Trevor Kitchen of Schenectady received a Bachelor of Science in Inclusive Early Childhood Education.

— Ethan Lawrence of Voorheesville has a BA in History.

— Niva Maharjan from Guilderland has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science.

— Patrick McHugh of Slingerlands has a BS in Marketing.

— Allison Moser of Slingerlands has a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood/Special Education.

— Jared Murray of Delmar has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science.

— Matthew Papandrea of ​​Slingerlands has a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology.

— Altamont’s Ally Schultz holds a BS in Psychology.

— Altamont’s Christian Shear holds a BA in Communications.

— Brian Stricos from Delmar has a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration.

— Madisen Thibodeau from Delma has a BA in Psychology.When

— Sarah Zonca of Delma has a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood/Special Education.

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