Thirteen locals graduate from Roger Williams University

More locals make their hometowns proud

The following local residents were among the 1,075 students who received their degrees in May as part of the Class of 2017

  • Jessica Blute, of Harwich, graduated with a degree in B.A. in Media Communication
  • Christopher Brown, of Sandwich, graduated with a degree in Master of Architecture
  • Conor Byrne, of Harwich, graduated with a degree in B.S. in Management
  • Catherine Conard, of West Dennis, graduated with a degree in B.S. in Marketing
  • Griffin Dunkley, of Sandwich, graduated with a degree in B.S. in Finance
  • Robert Galligani, of Falmouth, graduated with a degree in B.S. in Management
  • Nicholas Kennedy, of East Sandwich, graduated with a degree in B.S. in Finance
  • Rachel Lehman, of Mashpee, graduated with a degree in B.S. in Marketing
  • Micheli Lynn, of Vineyard Haven, graduated with a degree in B.A. in Psychology
  • Adriana Maconochie, of Nantucket, graduated with a degree in B.A. in Psychology
  • Caio Mitre, of Hyannis, graduated with a degree in B.S. in Internat. Busn.
  • Emily Pandiscio, of Harwichport, graduated with a degree in B.A. in Elementary Education
  • Michael Pratt, of Forestdale, graduated with a degree in B.S. in Finance

About RWU: With campuses on the coast of Bristol and in the heart of Providence, R.I., Roger Williams University is a forward-thinking private university committed to strengthening society through engaged teaching and learning. At RWU, small classes, direct access to faculty and guaranteed opportunity for real-world projects ensure that its nearly 4,000 undergraduates - along with hundreds of law students, graduate students and adult learners - graduate with the ability to think critically along with the practical skills that today's employers demand. Roger Williams is leading the way in American higher education, confronting the most pressing issues facing students and families - increasing costs, rising debt and job readiness.


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