18 Locals Earn Graduate Degrees from American International College

More local graduates make us proud...

American International College awarded 600 undergraduate and graduate degrees to students representing 14 states and six countries at its 2018 Commencement ceremony.

  • Kendall Ceban of East Sandwich, received a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology.
  • Cheryl Eastman of Sandwich, received a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Early Childhood Education.
  • Denise Jones of Mashpee, received a Master of Education in Elementary Education.
  • Brenna Forsberg of Pocasset, received a Master of Education in Elementary Education.
  • Amy Renna of East Falmouth, received a Master of Education in Elementary Education.
  • Jillian Annessi of Yarmouthport, received a Master of Education in Elementary Education.
  • Alexis Katchmar of Dennis, received a Master of Education in Moderate Disabilities.
  • Eric Porteus of Eastham, received a Master of Education in Moderate Disabilities.
  • Kathleen Liska of North Chatham, received a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Moderate Disabilities.
  • Tamara Silvestri of Yarmouth Port, received a Master of Education in Moderate Disabilities.
  • Gabriella Pignolet of Falmouth, received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in Nursing.
  • Katrina Hanewich of Cotuit, received a Master of Education in Reading Specialist.
  • Jessica Barron of Brewster, received a Master of Education in Reading Specialist.
  • Robin Greene of Marstons Mills, received a Master of Education in Reading Specialist.
  • Liam McGinnis of Buzzards Bay, received a Master of Education in Secondary Education.
  • Anne Economides of Buzzards Bay, received a Master of Education in Secondary Education.
  • Beth Seiser of Eastham, received a Master of Education in Secondary Education.
  • Todd Hebert of Centerville, received a Master of Education in Secondary Education.

Founded in 1885, American International College (AIC) is a private, co-educational, doctoral granting institution located in Springfield, Massachusetts, comprising the School of Business, Arts and Sciences, the School of Education, and the School of Health Sciences. AIC supports and advances education, diversity, and opportunity for its students and the community.


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