Centenary University Awards Degrees to Sussex County Residents

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HACKETTSTOWN, N.J., June 3, 2021— Centenary University awarded degrees to 430 graduates at its 146th commencement, which was held as three separate in-person ceremonies on campus to comply with outdoor gathering restrictions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In keeping with the University’s Centenary Choice initiative, members of the Class of 2021 could "walk across the stage" at commencement in person or virtually, respecting the comfort level of each graduate.

Sussex County graduates are:

Andover—Alexander Bott, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Management, cum laude; Kimberly Ervey, Bachelor of Arts in Education: English, summa cum laude; Madelyn Mitchell, Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice; Megan O’Mara, Master of Arts in Educational Leadership; Denise Scairpon, Doctor of Educational Leadership; Auriela Selimi, Master of Arts in Educational Leadership

Branchville—Ellie Roberts, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Sports and Entertainment Management, cum laude

Byram Township—Vincent Garatino, Bachelor of Arts in Individualized Studies; Morgan Pierson, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, magna cum laude

Franklin—Bryce Falk, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Sports and Entertainment Management

Fredon Township—William Kochis, Doctor of Educational Leadership

Greendell—Mary Gallagher, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, magna cum laude

Hopatcong—Amanda Baker, Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Political and Governmental Affairs: American Politics, summa cum laude; Kaleigh Miller, Bachelor of Science in Biology; Corey O’Connor, Bachelor of Science in Accounting, magna cum laude; Laura Serpico, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Management

Montague—Jason Geleski, Master of Arts in Leadership: Public Administration

Newton—Kristen Ali, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Social Media Marketing, summa cum laude; Marlee Province, Master of Arts in Special Education; Katherine Weber, Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling

Sparta—Paige Bischoff, Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts, social media marketing certificate; Grace Burgin, Master of Business Administration: Management; April Cucciniello, Bachelor of Science in Biology, summa cum laude; Brad Davis, Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership; Jamie Figarelli, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology; Katherine Lyman, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, summa cum laude

Stanhope—Travis Finan, Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, summa cum laude; Analise Gianoulis, Bachelor of Arts in Individualized Studies; Amanda Madonna, Master of Arts in School Counseling; Christina May, Bachelor of Social Work, summa cum laude; Maria von Suppiny, Bachelor of Social Work, summa cum laude

Sussex—Eric Van Houten, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Management

Tranquility—Victoria Viersma, Bachelor of Science in Biology, summa cum laude

ABOUT CENTENARY UNIVERSITY

Founded in 1867 by the Newark Conference of the United Methodist Church, Centenary University’s academic program integrates a solid liberal arts foundation with a strong career orientation. This mix provides an educational experience that prepares students to succeed in the increasingly global and interdependent world. The University’s main campus is located in Hackettstown, N.J., with its equestrian facility in Washington Township. The Centenary University School of Professional Studies offers degree programs in Parsippany, as well as online and at corporate sites throughout New Jersey.


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