Trio of Locals Graduate From University of Vermont
Michael J. Cianci of Chester, and Mendham's Carly Greenman and Lindsay Hogan all earn Bachelor of Science degrees.
Some 2,552 students were awarded a variety of bachelor's degrees during the University of Vermont's 209th Commencement ceremonies on May 20. There were some 536 advanced degrees and certificates awarded by the UVM Graduate College and approximately 114 women and men took the oath of Hippocrates following the awarding of their M.D. degrees at ceremonies of the UVM College of Medicine. A list of local students and the degree earned by each follows:
Michael J. Cianci of Chester, NJ, received a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
Carly M. Greenman of Mendham, NJ, received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies.
Lindsey C. Hogan of Mendham, NJ, received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies.
Chartered in 1791, UVM was the first college or university in the United States that did not give preference to a religious sect in its charter. UVM now has nearly 10,460 undergraduates in eight schools and colleges, 1,550 graduate students and 450 medical students. As a small, comprehensive university, it blends the academic heritage of a private university with services missions in the land-grant tradition.