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UVM names local graduates

BURLINGTON — At its 216th commencement celebration, spanning multiple ceremonies the weekend of May 20 and 21, the University of Vermont conferred degrees on an estimated 3,228 graduates, including 2,620 bachelor’s, 386 master’s, 106 doctoral and 116 medical degree recipients. Among degree recipients are students from 40 states and 97 international students from 21 foreign countries. Approximately 1,116 graduates are from Vermont.
James Fallows, national correspondent for The Atlantic and one of the country’s leading journalists delivered the address.
The following Addison County students earned degrees:
Simon Anguish of Vergennes, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science; Tanya Averill of Goshen, Bachelor of Science in Human Development & Family Studies; Nicole Boudah of Middlebury, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences and Casey Brinkman-Traverse of Vergennes, Bachelor of Science in Physics.
Also, John Burke of Addison, Bachelor of Arts in Film and Television Studies; Kelly Burkett of North Ferrisburgh, Bachelor of Arts degree in English; Zebulon Carney of Starksboro, Bachelor of Arts in Film and Television Studies and David Clancy of Ferrisburgh, Bachelor of Arts in Music.
Others include Morgen Clark of Addison, Bachelor of Science in Molecular Genetics; Erin Connor of Bridport, Bachelor of Science in Public Communication; Raphael Desautels of Salisbury, Bachelor of Arts in Sociology; Leyla Dickason of Bristol, Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Dylan Dipentima of Middlebury, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
Along with Jordan Emmons of Starksboro, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Mia Faesy of Starksboro, Bachelor of Science in Public Communication; Taylor Farnsworth of Bristol, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education – K-6; Derek Hathaway of Middlebury, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Michael Ingwersen of Addison, Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences.
Also included were Seth Jewett of New Haven, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Rebecca Johnston of North Ferrisburgh, Bachelor of Science in Individually Designed; Lane Kessler of North Ferrisburgh, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Hannah Lones of Sudbury, Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Movement Sciences and Isadora Marks of Cornwall, Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art.
As well as Reed Messner of Middlebury, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science; John Mlcuch of New Haven, Bachelor of Science in Psychology; Jennifer Morley of Vergennes, Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry; Jennifer Nelb of Rochester, Bachelor of Science in Psychological Science and Claire Quigley of Brandon, Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Movement Sciences.
Also Sydney Reigle of Weybridge, Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Movement Sciences; Thomas Roberts of Brandon, Bachelor of Science in Biological Science; Katrina Smith of Bristol, Bachelor of Science in Professional Nursing and Carl Sword of Bristol, Bachelor of Arts in Japanese.
Finally, Jessie Thornton of Brandon, Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering; Stephen Van Wyck of Ferrisburgh, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Arts/Science in Chemistry and Anna Waldron of Shoreham, Summa Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering. 

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