Clark University awarded 577 bachelors, 489 masters, and 25 doctoral degrees, and conferred four honorary degrees during the University’s 118th Commencement exercises on Sunday, May 22. Among the graduates were:
–Joshua William Canning, of Marion, graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and biology.
–Melvin Micheal Vincent, of Rochester, graduated with a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in management.
–President David B. Fithian, who received his degree from Clark in 1987 and is the first alumnus to lead the university, implored the graduates to always be curious.
Friends Academy celebrated the graduation of 34 eighth grade students Wednesday morning at its Class Day ceremony. The Friends Academy Class of 2022 and their secondary schools include:
–Merrick Brannigan of Marion will attend Tabor Academy
–John Clark of Marion will attend Tabor Academy
–Marco da Costa of Marion will attend Bishop Stang High School
–Charlotte Hess of Mattapoisett will attend Lincoln School in Providence, R.I.
–Addison Kostin of Marion will attend Bishop Stang High School
–Gwyneth Mock of Marion will attend Wheeler School in Providence, R.I.
Curry College congratulates Tiffany Amaral of Mattapoisett who was named to the Spring 2022 Dean’s List.
Suzanne Buglione, Vice President, Academic Affairs at Bristol Community College, has announced the Dean’s List for Spring 2022. Area students named are: from Marion; Esha Boyd
Tiana L. Daniel and Jaden M. Teixeira, From Mattapoisett; Owen M. Fitzpatrick and Bridget Murphy. From Rochester; David D. Arruda, Hunter E. Bates, Colin Bourgeois, Lindsay R. Holick, and Nathan Perry
The University of Rhode Island is pleased to announce the Spring 2022 Dean’s List. Students named to the Dean’s List include Maggie Arruda of Marion, Chris Gauvin of Mattapoisett, Grace Greany of Mattapoisett, Sophie Johnson of Rochester and Mason Tucker of Marion.
More than 500 members of St. Lawrence University’s Class of 2022 took part in the University’s Commencement ceremonies, which were held Sunday, May 22, at Newell Field House in Canton, New York including:
–Maggie Farrell from Rochester graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in economics-mathematics and business in the liberal arts. Farrell attended Old Rochester Regional High School.
–Ayana Hartley from Marion graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Hartley attended Old Rochester Regional High School.
–Grace Jackson from Marion graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and performance and communication arts.