Monday, May 22, 2017



SUNY Sullivan confers 224 degrees

From SUNY Sullivan graduate Gina Lancione's Instagram post, 
"I feel like a new mother to a set of twins. 5 semesters and 1 
internship to Disney in between. I'm still just as lost as when
I started, so let's see what I end up doing next."

LOCH SHELDRAKE – SUNY Sullivan celebrated its 53rd commencement exercise on Saturday with 224 students graduating from the Loch Sheldrake school.

Graduate Brianna Worden, who received the Faculty Award for General Excellence, served as class speaker. Acting College President Jay Quaintance and SUNY Sullivan Board of Trustees Chairwoman Theresa Hamlin also addressed the class of 2017.

Faculty, staff and students were also recognized with SUNY Chancellor’s Awards. The SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching was presented to Larry Reeger; the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service was presented to Tammy Porter; the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Classified Service was presided to Jennifer Martinetti; the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence for Faculty Service was presented to Mary Sudol; and the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence was presented to Sarah Espinosa and Daisy O’Bryan.


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