15 Local Students Earn Degrees from University of Vermont

More local graduates making their hometowns proud...

Burlington, VT - Some 3,275 students were awarded degrees during the University of Vermont's 218th commencement ceremonies. Darren Walker who presides over the Ford Foundation, one of the world's most influential social justice philanthropies and one of the largest private foundations in the United States, delivered the address.

  • Eva Faber, of Edgartown, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Sciences during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Christopher Faherty, of E Falmouth, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife & Fisheries Biology during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Elie Jordi, of West Tisbury, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Sabrina Kyburg, of Nantucket, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Sciences during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Emma Lavenberg, of East Dennis, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education - K-6 during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Christopher Macumber, of Nantucket, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Food Sciences during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Isabella Maidoff, of Chilmark, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Marianna Moore, of East Falmouth, MA, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Movement Sciences during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Benjamin Patten, of Brewster, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Jamie Peterson, of East Falmouth, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in GRS - Asia during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Katherine Reid, of Vineyard Haven, MA, graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Leslie Rivers, of Eastham, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Sciences during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Mason Robertson, of Harwich Port, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Melissa Shea, of Harwich, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education - Language during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.
  • Amanda Sullivan, of Sagamore Beach, MA, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Community & International Development during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2019, at the University of Vermont.

About UVM

Since 1791, the University of Vermont has worked to move humankind forward. Committed to both research and teaching, UVM professors -- world-class researchers, scholars, and artists -- bring their discoveries into the classroom and their students into the field. Located in Burlington, Vermont, one of the nation's most vibrant small cities and top college towns, UVM is a Public Ivy and top 100 national research university educating 10,513 undergraduate students, 1,542 graduate students, 826 certificate and non-degree students, and 459 M.D. students in the Larner College of Medicine.


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