FARMINGTON — University of Maine at Farmington has announced its graduates.

Area students include Michelle Green, bachelor’s degree, community health education and psychology, Meghan Marston, bachelor’s degree, early childhood education, and Jessica Wing, bachelor’s degree, early childhood education, all of Augusta; Melody Bickford, master’s degree, education, educational leadership, Christopher Bond, bachelor’s degree, computer science, and Christa Roddy, bachelor’s degree, elementary education, all of Belgrade; Felisha Taylor, bachelor’s degree, early childhood education, of Chelsea; Alyssa Wadsworth, bachelor’s degree, secondary education — English, and Katherine Watson, bachelor’s degree, biology, both of China; Sarah Spencer, bachelor’s degree, business economics, of Dresden; Daniel Austin, bachelor’s degree, interdisciplinary studies — philosophy and religion and political science, and Meghan Brann, bachelor’s degree, psychology, both of Farmingdale; Kaitlyn Johnson, bachelor’s degree, individualized, of Gardiner; Robert Youde, bachelor’s degree, rehabilitation services, of Hallowell; Matthew Roy, bachelor’s degree, secondary education — chemistry, of Kents Hill; Emile Castonguay, bachelor’s degree, rehabilitation services, of Leeds; Ashley Cox, bachelor’s degree, psychology, of Manchester; Candace Minkowsky, bachelor’s degree, community health education, and Zachary Stevens, bachelor’s degree, interdisciplinary studies — sociology and anthropology, both of Monmouth; Ethan Gilbert, bachelor’s degree, rehabilitation services, of Mount Vernon; Reggie Clark, bachelor’s degree, international and global studies, and political science, Stacy Dubuc, bachelor’s degree, mathematics, and Jasmine Estes, bachelor’s degree, early childhood education, all of Oakland; Justin Davis, bachelor’s degree, interdisciplinary studies — sociology and anthropology, of Palermo; Emily Harriman, bachelor’s degree, elementary education, of Readfield; Melanie Schanck, bachelor’s degree, individualized, of Richmond; Gregory McElvaine, bachelor’s degree, psychology, of Rome; Jennifer Caron, bachelor’s degree, elementary education, and Kristopher Gagne, bachelor’s degree, psychology, both of Sabattus; Nena Cunningham, master’s degree education, early childhood, and Kyle Morison, bachelor’s degree, English and visual and performing arts, both of Sidney; Alexander Fuller, bachelor’s degree, computer science, and Stephanie McLellan-Smith, bachelor’s degree, elementary education, both of South China; Andrew Fowler, bachelor’s degree, interdisciplinary studies — business psychology, of Unity; Daniel Bizier, bachelor’s of general studies, education studies, Joshua Cooley, bachelor’s degree, interdisciplinary studies — outdoor recreation business administration, Nicole Morissette, bachelor’s degree, elementary education, Benjamin Sandy, bachelor’s degree, interdisciplinary studies — business psychology, and Darrin Wood, bachelor’s degree, special education, all of Vassalboro; Garrett Ellis, bachelor’s degree, psychology, of Vienna; Sonya Catlin, bachelor’s degree, elementary education, and Jessica Keneborus, bachelor’s degree, community health education, both of Wales; Asia Smith, bachelor’s degree, community health education, of West Gardiner; Benjamin Villeneuve, bachelor’s degree, secondary education — English and English, of Whitefield; Courtney Bolen, bachelor’s degree, psychology, and Alexandra Portela, bachelor’s degree, art, both of Windsor; Chelsea Allen, bachelor’s degree, early childhood education, Sean Fitzgerald, bachelor’s degree, secondary education — English, Timothy Gingras, bachelor’s degree, community health education, Jacob Gomberg, bachelor’s degree, international and global studies, and Brittney White, bachelor’s degree, rehabilitation services, all of Winthrop; and Joseph Foye, bachelor’s degree, business economics, and Alexander Slack, bachelor’s degree, secondary education — social studies, both of Wiscasset.

Area students include Michelle Green, bachelor’s degree, community health education and psychology, Meghan Marston, bachelor’s degree, early childhood education, and Jessica Wing, bachelor’s degree, early childhood education, all of Augusta; Melody Bickford, master’s degree, education, educational leadership, Christopher Bond, bachelor’s degree, computer science, and Christa Roddy, bachelor’s degree, elementary education, all of Belgrade; Felisha Taylor, bachelor’s degree, early childhood education, of Chelsea; Alyssa Wadsworth, bachelor’s degree, secondary education — English, and Katherine Watson, bachelor’s degree, biology, both of China; Sarah Spencer, bachelor’s degree, business economics, of Dresden; Daniel Austin, bachelor’s degree, interdisciplinary studies — philosophy and religion and political science, and Meghan Brann, bachelor’s degree, psychology, both of Farmingdale; Kaitlyn Johnson, bachelor’s degree, individualized, of Gardiner; Robert Youde, bachelor’s degree, rehabilitation services, of Hallowell; Matthew Roy, bachelor’s degree, secondary education — chemistry, of Kents Hill; Emile Castonguay, bachelor’s degree, rehabilitation services, of Leeds; Ashley Cox, bachelor’s degree, psychology, of Manchester; Candace Minkowsky, bachelor’s degree, community health education, and Zachary Stevens, bachelor’s degree, interdisciplinary studies — sociology and anthropology, both of Monmouth; Ethan Gilbert, bachelor’s degree, rehabilitation services, of Mount Vernon; Reggie Clark, bachelor’s degree, international and global studies, and political science, Stacy Dubuc, bachelor’s degree, mathematics, and Jasmine Estes, bachelor’s degree, early childhood education, all of Oakland; Justin Davis, bachelor’s degree, interdisciplinary studies — sociology and anthropology, of Palermo; Emily Harriman, bachelor’s degree, elementary education, of Readfield; Melanie Schanck, bachelor’s degree, individualized, of Richmond; Gregory McElvaine, bachelor’s degree, psychology, of Rome; Jennifer Caron, bachelor’s degree, elementary education, and Kristopher Gagne, bachelor’s degree, psychology, both of Sabattus; Nena Cunningham, master’s degree education, early childhood, and Kyle Morison, bachelor’s degree, English and visual and performing arts, both of Sidney; Alexander Fuller, bachelor’s degree, computer science, and Stephanie McLellan-Smith, bachelor’s degree, elementary education, both of South China; Andrew Fowler, bachelor’s degree, interdisciplinary studies — business psychology, of Unity; Daniel Bizier, bachelor’s of general studies, education studies, Joshua Cooley, bachelor’s degree, interdisciplinary studies — outdoor recreation business administration, Nicole Morissette, bachelor’s degree, elementary education, Benjamin Sandy, bachelor’s degree, interdisciplinary studies — business psychology, and Darrin Wood, bachelor’s degree, special education, all of Vassalboro; Garrett Ellis, bachelor’s degree, psychology, of Vienna; Sonya Catlin, bachelor’s degree, elementary education, and Jessica Keneborus, bachelor’s degree, community health education, both of Wales; Asia Smith, bachelor’s degree, community health education, of West Gardiner; Benjamin Villeneuve, bachelor’s degree, secondary education — English and English, of Whitefield; Courtney Bolen, bachelor’s degree, psychology, and Alexandra Portela, bachelor’s degree, art, both of Windsor; Chelsea Allen, bachelor’s degree, early childhood education, Sean Fitzgerald, bachelor’s degree, secondary education — English, Timothy Gingras, bachelor’s degree, community health education, Jacob Gomberg, bachelor’s degree, international and global studies, and Brittney White, bachelor’s degree, rehabilitation services, all of Winthrop; and Joseph Foye, bachelor’s degree, business economics, and Alexander Slack, bachelor’s degree, secondary education — social studies, both of Wiscasset.