FARMINGTON — The University of Maine at Farmington has announced its 2012 graduates.

Area graduates include Thomas Kilcoyne, of Augusta, bachelor’s degree in mathematics; Carmon Parker, of Augusta, bachelor’s degree in special education; Caitlin Willits, of Augusta, bachelor’s degree in psychology; Jared Boghosian, of Belgrade, bachelor’s degrees in general studies and in education studies; Ian Davis, of Belgrade, bachelor’s degree in English; Rita Day, of Belgrade, bachelor’s degree in early childhood special education; Grayson Languet, of Belgrade Lakes, bachelor’s degree in international studies — music arts; Heather Ross, of China, master’s degree in education; Danica Massey, of Farmingdale, bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation services; Denise Robinson, of Farmingdale, bachelor’s degree in community health education; and Kayla Brown, of Fayette, bachelor’s degree in early childhood education.

Also, Linnea Mathews, of Fayette, master’s degree in education; Arenda LeBourdais, of Gardiner, bachelor’s degree in elementary education; Sarah Moore, of Hallowell, bachelor’s degree in creative writing; Katie Pollis, of Hallowell, bachelor’s degree in English; Carly Shea, of Jefferson, bachelor’s degree in community health education; Benjamin Gadberry, of Manchester, bachelor’s degree in creative writing; Merissa Beaulieu, of North Monmouth, bachelor’s degree in secondary education — English; Annah Mueller ,of Oakland, bachelor’s degree in art; Eric Taylor, of Oakland, bachelor’s degree in community health education; Eric Buckhalter, of Palermo, bachelor’s degree in psychology; Elizabeth Glidden,of Palermo, bachelor’s degree in secondary education social studies; and Shawn Gallagher, of Randolph, bachelor’s degree in community health education.

Also, Katlyn Lowe, of Randolph, bachelor’s degree in elementary education; Christine Bruen, of Readfield, bachelor’s degree in community health education; Alyssa Neptune, of Readfield, bachelor’s degree in creative writing; Alicia Rice, of Richmond, bachelor’s degree in early childhood education; Nyari Patterson, of Sidney, bachelor’s degree in community health education; Stephen Squiers, of Sidney, bachelor’s degree in psychology; Amelia Tuttle, of Sidney, bachelor’s degree in English; Kelson Williams, of Sidney, bachelor’s degree in art; Danica Wilson, of Sidney, bachelor’s degree in elementary education; Scott Bowden, of Somerville, bachelor’s degree in secondary education mathematics; Nathaniel Nichols, of South China, bachelor’s degree in biology; and Justin Stewart ,of South China, bachelor’s degree in secondary education chemistry.

Also, Jennifer Baum, of Union, bachelor’s degree in secondary education biology; Myles Felch, of Union, bachelor’s degree in geology; Jacquelyn Murphy, of Union, bachelor’s degree in business economics; Jennifer Bernhardt, of Vassalboro, bachelor’s degree in secondary education — English; Daniel Bizier, of Vassalboro, bachelor’s degree in secondary education social studies; Taryn Peaslee, of Vassalboro, bachelor’s degree in special education; Jenny France, of Vienna, master’s degree in education; Jennifer Bailey, of West Gardiner, bachelor’s degree in psychology; Courtney Burns, of Whitefield, bachelor’s degree in secondary education biology; Michael Gingras, of Winthrop, bachelor’s degree in history; and Raymond Linck, of Winthrop, bachelor’s degree in community health education.

Also, Jessica Martin, of Winthrop, bachelor’s degree in interdisiciplinary — individualized: health and psychology; Michael McHatten, of Winthrop, bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation services; Samuel Mullen, of Winthrop, bachelor’s degree in mathematics; Sean Raph, of Winthrop, bachelor’s degree in biology; Matthew Thompson, of Winthrop, bachelor’s degree in geography; Justine Woodman, of Winthrop, bachelor’s degree in community health education; and Katie Cray, of Wiscasset, bachelor’s degree in community health education.

Merissa “Moe” Beaulieu, graduating senior from Monmouth, gave the student address.


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