2008-05-29 / News

Graduates

Salve Regina graduates islanders

Several Jamestown residents were among those awarded degrees during Salve Regina University's 58th commencement held Sunday, May 18 on the lawn of McAuley Hall.

Gretchen B. Blycker received a certificate of advanced graduate studies degree in mental health-holistic; Laura E. Clarke received a certificate of advanced graduate studies degree in mental health-holistic; Ricardo F. Hughes received a master of business administration degree in management; Lauren R. Marsh received a bachelor of arts degree in American studies; Ronald E. Ratcliff received a doctoral degree in humanities; Isabel M. Storey received a certificate of advanced graduate studies degree in mental health-holistic; and Amy Wood Taft received a bachelor of science degree, summa cum laude, in special education and elementary education.

CCRI graduates five Jamestowners

Five island residents received associate's degrees May 16 from the Community College of Rhode Island.

Graduating with high honors was Jonathan A. Knudsen, with honors were, Christopher J. Courtney and Eric J. R. Richardson. Other graduates were Wendy A. Gladding and Sarah R. Kalander.

Four receive degrees from NEIT

New England Institute of Technologies commencement ceremonies were recently held at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence.

Graduating from Jamestown were Nathan Dunn, bachelor of science in information technology; Matthew Turgeon, bachelor of science in digital recording arts.

Also receiving degrees were William Petrarca, associate of science in information technology and Matthew Podunajec, associate in science, game development and simulation.

Dunn is the son of Jamestown Press business manager Alice Dunn.

Providence College awards diplomas

Two Jamestown residents graduated from Providence College at their May 18 commencement ceremonies.

Edward Coleman received a master's of business administration and Virginia Kitts received a master's of education in secondary education.

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