Southington Residents Earn Graduate Degrees from Quinnipiac

Southington Patch congratulates six Plantsville residents and five Southington residents who received masters and juris doctors from the Hamden university this past weekend.

Quinnipiac University conferred 878 degrees during two separate ceremonies Sunday at the TD Bank Sports Center.

At a 10 a.m. ceremony, Quinnipiac conferred 727 graduate degrees to students in the schools of business, communications, education, health sciences, nursing and the College of Arts and Sciences. Bill Strickland, president and CEO of Manchester Bidwell Corp., addressed the students and received an honorary degree.

At 3 p.m. The Hon. Lubbie Harper, Jr., a Connecticut Supreme Court justice, will addressed the 151 students who graduated from the Quinnipiac University School of Law. Harper also received an honorary degree. David Rosettenstein, professor of the year, addressed the class. Daniel Wade Luckett delivered remarks on behalf of the students.

Plantsville Graduates:

Theresa Buchanan, Master of Science in Organizational Leadership;
Sarah Elizabeth Crampton, Master of Business Administration in Health Care Management; Deana M. Marino, Master of Arts in Teaching and Dennis F. Putala, Master of Business Administration.

Juris Doctor: Courtney Dillon and Dennis Putala.

Southington Graduates:

Thomas E. Cannata, Sixth-Year Diploma in Educational Leadership; Christy A. Michalak, Sixth-Year Diploma in Educational Leadership and Karrie A. Rinaldi, Sixth-Year Diploma in Educational Leadership.

Juris Doctor: Erin Canalia and Donald Meehan.

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