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Murray Wilkow ’48 and Rita Miller Wilkow ’50 recently resettled in a condo in East Meadow, N.Y., after 50 years in Old Bethpage, N.Y. Rita retired as a first grade teacher for Half Hollow Hills School District. Murray started as an industrial arts teacher in Island Trees Union Free School District in Hempstead, N.Y., and after earning master’s and doctorate degrees in counseling from Columbia University, served as a counselor there and in the Plainview-Old Bethpage Central School District. He was also chairman for Roslyn High School in Roslyn Heights, N.Y., and an adjunct professor for Hofstra University’s Counseling Department, a position from which he retired in 2012. Murray is currently a volunteer for Hospice of New York, where he facilitates bereavement groups.
Dr. Jerry J. Rosenberg ’55 retired from a 40-year career as a practicing licensed psychoanalyst. He also retired eight years ago as professor emeritus from Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J., where he taught special education and counseling. His daughter and son are both teachers and his younger son is a veterinarian at the University of Florida. Jerry and Jay Pulis ’55 are planning to attend the SUNY Oswego reunion in 2020, their 65th, “God willing,” he says.
1953: 65th Reunion – June 7-10, 2018
1958: 60th Reunion – June 7-10, 2018
Barbara Minsky Herzog ’60 and classmates Barbara Reisler Woodworth ’60 and Judy Himmelstein Rozner ’60 shared a very close relationship with Judy Poons Cohn ’60, who passed away earlier this year. They are grateful for their friendship that has spanned nearly seven decades, and said they will keep “Poons” and each other in their hearts forever.
1963: 55th Reunion – June 7-10, 2018
1968: 50th Reunion – June 7-10, 2018
Pastor Lugo-Velez ’68 of Wake Forest, N.C., retired from his position as senior budget officer for the U.S. Department of Defense. He and Margaret Murray Lugo M’68 have two children and three grandchildren.
Cathryn Funk Addy M’71 of Bristol, Conn., retired June 30, 2017, from her position as Tunxis Community College president, a role she held for 24 years in Farmington, Conn.
1973: 45th Reunion – June 7-10, 2018
Timothy O’Shaughnessy ’73 retired as legal counsel for Einstein Healthcare Network in Philadelphia in October 2016. He is now living in Kihei, Hawaii.
Richard Zinter ’74 of Green-acres, Fla., is procurement manager for Jedson Engineering.
Mark Metcalfe ’76 of Mount Sidney, Va., retired July 1, 2017, from the Augusta (Va.) County Public Schools. Metcalfe taught a total of 40 years, with the last 30 years teaching chemistry at Fort Defiance High School in Fort Defiance, Va. He and his wife have three sons and six grandchildren.
Deborah Wright Belvedere ’77 and husband, Joseph ’76, returned to campus in August 2017 for a visit for the first time in 40 years, as part of Deb’s birthday celebrations. The couple attended SUNY Oswego together; Deb is a NASA water and energy focus area liaison, and Joe taught, pursued a culinary career and has served as a manager. They live in Hanover, Md.
George “Jethro” Tully ’77 of Stuart, Fla., is retired and keeps busy as a basketball and soccer referee.
1978: 40th Reunion– June 7-10, 2018
Russell “Jim” Harding ’78 of Camp Hill, Pa., is a project manager for DXC Technology.
Kevin Nowak ’78 of Tulsa, Okla., is chief executive officer for the Oklahoma Heart Institute Hospital.
Steve Sheffield ’78 of Crofton, Md., is a professor of biology in the University of Maryland system and holds research associate positions at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, and he is curator of Mammals at the Natural History Society of Maryland Museum. His research focuses on ecology, mammalian and avian biology, conservation biology and ecotoxicology. He has published a number of book chapters and journal articles, and is currently working on three books. Recently, he has traveled to Argentina, Cuba and Costa Rica, and this fall, he traveled to the University of Evora in Portugal to present two papers at the World Owl Conference.
Peter VanWart ’78 of Modena, N.Y., is a driver for Manheim New York and hopes to see friends next June at Reunion 2018, which is the 40th Reunion for the Class of 1978.
Peter Williamsen ’78 of Middle Village, N.Y., is chief of the Division of Laboratory Services for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection in Corona, N.Y.
Roy J. (RJ) Dausman ’79 of Baldwinsville, N.Y., is the director of sales and building services for Wilo USA LLC, a provider of pumps and pump solutions.
Sandy Rosenberger Kalbach ’80 of Camillus, N.Y., joined Solvay Bank as vice president and trust manager. She is past president and current board member of the Estate Planning Council of Central New York.
Bob Verhayden ’80 of Schenectady, N.Y., retired in August 2017 from 37 years as an auditor for the state of New York, and has taken a full-time position as the men’s and women’s volleyball coach for the Sage Colleges in Albany, N.Y. Previously, he was varsity girls’ volleyball coach at Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons (Schenectady) High School and the head men’s volleyball coach at the Sage Colleges.
Thomas Brown ’81 of Syracuse, N.Y., is director of circulation operations for Advance Central Services Syracuse.
Linda Cohn ’81, ESPN sportscaster, was inducted into the National Sports Media Association’s Hall of Fame during the 58-year-old organization’s awards ceremony in Winston-Salem, N.C., in June 2017.
Everett Mayhew ’81 of Nassau, N.Y., is a retired attorney. A graduate of Albany Law, he served as Rensselaer County (N.Y.) assistant district attorney from 1986 to 1989, state Crime Victims Board senior attorney from 1989 to 1996, state Crime Victims Board general counsel from 1996 to 2006 and state Department of Motor Vehicles assistant counsel from 2007 to 2016.
Martha Swan ’81 of Westport, N.Y., is a co-founder of Friends in the Adirondacks, a program offering hospitality to families who have traveled to visit inmates in North Country prisons; the founder and executive director of John Brown Lives!, a not-for-profit organization in the Adirondacks that supports human rights and social justice issues in the memory of abolitionist John Brown; and a Spanish teacher for Newcomb, N.Y., schools.
Brian Fogarty ’82 of East Northport, N.Y., is regional vice president for Allied Universal in New York City.
Ron Kurtz ’82 lives in Boston and works as a corporate financial controller. An Oneida Hall resident assistant from 1979 to 1982, Kurtz invites Oneida Hall alumni to get in touch with him via LinkedIn.
Paul Mosley ’83 joined the executive team of Global Imaging Systems (GIS) for the Conway Group in July 2017. In addition to serving as president for the Conway Group, he will also begin working with additional GIS companies.
Pat Spadafore ’83 of Liverpool, N.Y., joined CXtec as a content marketing specialist in the marketing department. Spadafore also works part time as a high school sports producer at Syracuse.com. Previously, he worked as a senior content manager at Eric Mower + Associates.
Sean Shevlin ’84 of Rockaway Park, N.Y., is application lead manager for the Bank of New York Mellon in Jersey City, N.J.
John Carns ’85 of Louisville, Ky., is attorney/associate athletic director for the University of Louisville Department of Athletics.
Susan Appelbaum Larkin ’85 of Lake Mary, Fla., joined Entercom as a regional vice president. Most recently, Larkin served as regional vice president at Cox Media Group, overseeing the Orlando and Jacksonville cluster of radio stations. Larkin has served as chapter president for American Women in Radio and Television in Minneapolis, Columbus and Tampa. Additionally, Larkin served on the Board of Directors for the Ronald McDonald House of Central Florida and the Orlando Chamber of Commerce. She is currently on the executive board for the Radio Advertising Bureau and is the radio vice chair for the Florida Association of Broadcasters.
Felice Pilchik ’86 of Brooklyn, N.Y., is rights and billing manager for Macmillan Learning in New York City.
Stephanie Forman ’87 of New York City is chief operating officer for EDsnaps.org, a non-profit organization working with underserved teenage girls through STEM education.
Stephanie Pianka ’87 was named senior vice president for finance and budget and chief financial officer for New York University. Since 2012 she has served as NYU’s vice president for financial operations and university treasurer. She earned an MBA from NYU’s Stern School of Business.
Curt Schultzberg ’87 of Somers, N.Y., is asset management advisor/regional director east for Gerstein Fisher in New York City.
Dresden Engle ’88 is managing editor for RocParent and SheRocs magazines, serving the greater Rochester, N.Y., region.
Julia Rozines DeVillers ’89 is the author of several children’s books. She lives in Columbus, Ohio.
Gary Paricio ’89 of Columbus, Texas, is IT manager and project manager assistant for the Theut Company.
Michael Cotton ’90 of Ocala, Fla., is a high school teacher at Marion Technical Institute in Marion County, Fla. He also instructs GED classes, OSHA classes and law enforcement classes at Marion Technical College and Central Florida State College. He recently retired from coaching the varsity wrestling team at West Port High School. Prior to his teaching career, he worked in the nuclear power industry, served as an investigator for unemployment compensation and was a probation/release officer for the Florida Department of Corrections.
Mario DeRiggi ’90 is senior vice president of Sales at Windstream Holdings Inc.
Christene Barberich ’91 is the co-founder and global editor-in-chief of Refinery29, Inc., an award-winning media lifestyle company. Previously, she held positions at The Daily, Gourmet Magazine and The New Yorker. She was also the founding editor of the fashion and design magazine, CITY.
Joanne Shelmidine ’91 M’97 CAS’00 was appointed to the position of district superintendent by the New York Mills (N.Y.) Union Free School board. She was previously the director of pupil personnel/curriculum K-12 in the Westmoreland (N.Y.) Central School District since 2012. She holds a doctorate in educational leadership from the Sage Colleges of Albany.
Jeffrey Yonkers ’92 of Sayville N.Y., is chief financial officer at Best Market in Bethpage, N.Y. In 2017, Yonkers was selected as the Milton Zipper Financial Executive of the Year by the Long Island Chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants.
1993: 25th Reunion – June 7-10, 2018
Karen Genier Rappleye ’93 of Spencerport, N.Y., is a teacher for the Gates Chili Central School District in Rochester, N.Y. This fall, her daughter Sarah joined the SUNY Oswego Class of 2020.
Rev. James C. Tschudy CAS’93 retired June 30, 2017, from a 30-year career as the pastor of the Pulaski Congregational Church, and with over 50 years as an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. Rev. Tschudy lives in Oswego, with his wife, Juanita. He will continue as the chaplain at Bishop’s Commons, St. Frances Commons and St. Luke’s Residential Health Care, where he conducts services on Sunday afternoons. He will also remain as an adjunct professor in the School of Education at SUNY Oswego.
Sonya Buecken Lorrain ’94 of Smithtown, N.Y., is an administrator and adjunct instructor for Stony Brook University and Suffolk County Community College.
Joseph Montemaro ’95 M’97 of Webster, N.Y., is director of educational technology and information for the Webster Central Schools.
Paul Becht ’96 of Glen Cove, N.Y., is the vice president of the board of directors for the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants. He is a CPA and partner at New York-based firm, Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP. Becht is currently on the society’s executive committee and is co-chair of the society’s Suffolk Chapter accounting and auditing committee. He is a previous member of the nominating committee and selections subcommittee and served as a past Suffolk Chapter president, president-elect, vice president, treasurer, secretary and executive board member. He also served as past chair of the Suffolk Chapter’s nominating and sponsorship committees.
Lisa A. Parsons CAS’96 is the assistant high school principal of South Jefferson Central School in Adams Center, N.Y. Parsons, who had served as the Immaculate Heart Central (Watertown, N.Y.) principal since 2010, had previously served as principal of the Copenhagen (N.Y.) Central School before becoming its superintendent in 2004.
Kim Malone Shortslef ’96 M’01, an employee at the Baldwinsville, N.Y.-based Anheuser-Busch brewery and lifelong resident of Hannibal, N.Y., was sworn in as a Hannibal Central School District Board of Education member in July 2017. She and her husband have two children.
Patricia Wilson-Dwyer ’96 M’02 CAS’07 is the principal of Dryden (N.Y.) Elementary School. She made the long-distance move to Dryden from Kodiak, Alaska, where she was principal of one of 12 elementary schools in the island’s school district.
1997: 20th Reunion with 1998 and 1999 – June 7-10, 2018
Tom Cozzocrea ’97 was named by the Mahopac (N.Y.) Board of Education to the position of principal of the middle school.
1998: 20th Reunion with 1997 and 1999 – June 7-10, 2018
Pamela Odom M’98 was appointed executive director of secondary schools for the Syracuse City School District. Previously, she was principal for Grant Middle School in the district.
1999: 20th Reunion with 1997 and 1998 – June 7-10, 2018
Rebecca Groat ’99 is principal of the “Character Opportunity Responsibility Empowerment” K-8 program at the Shea School in the Syracuse City School District.
Brian Kavanagh M’99 CAS’01 is principal at Henninger High School in the Syracuse City School District. Previously, he served as executive director of education and personnel for the Oswego City School District.
Robert Rogalski ’99 ’06 is an independent contractor in Syracuse, N.Y.
Scott Deyett ’00 M’03 is owner of iHG (inHouse Graphics), a design firm in Baldwinsville, N.Y. He also freelances social media campaigns for Yamaha Music USA.
Raina Reynolds Hinman ’00 of Mexico, N.Y., is dean of students at Syracuse Academy of Science Middle School. Previously, she was an educator and coach in the Phoenix (N.Y.) Central School District for 16 years. She and her husband have a 13-year-old daughter, Abby.
Edward Przywara ’00 of Liverpool, N.Y., is an accountant with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Eric Vaughn ’00 is the life sciences career coach at the University of Rochester Medical Center in the School of Medicine and Dentistry in Rochester, N.Y.
Katrina Allen ’01 CAS’11 of Syracuse, N.Y., became principal at Danforth Magnet Middle School in the Syracuse City School District in fall 2017. Previously, she was principal for the Franklin Elementary School in the same district.
Lisa Cappetta Carter ’01 M’01 CAS’09 of Clay, N.Y., is the director of special education for the Oswego City School District.
Tom Downes M’01 of Oneida, N.Y., is assistant director of online programs at University College of Syracuse University. Previously, he was an instructional technologist for Syracuse University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science and an online learning analyst with the university’s IT Online Learning Services.
Christopher T. Leece ’01 M’04 CAS’12 was named principal for Fulton (N.Y.) Junior High School, effective July 1, 2017. Previously, he served as a district junior high science teacher, coordinator of alternative education, high school science teacher and science department chair.
Amiris Caesar ’02 of Bronx, N.Y., is deputy director of labor relations for the City of New York Fire Department. She has a daughter, Bria Nicole Smith.
Kristen Denick ’02 of Camillus, N.Y., is senior manager of retention for the Syracuse Crunch ice hockey team in Syracuse, N.Y.
Chester Lastowski ’02 of Ticonderoga, N.Y., is conference services and sales manager for Silver Bay YMCA in Silver Bay, N.Y.
Shannon T. Jaskot Forkin ’04 of Altamont, N.Y., is a tax partner for Dannible & McKee, LLP, a certified public accounting and consulting firm.
Catherine DeClemente ’05 of Elmhurst, N.Y., is a Forex trader.
Heather Gorman Griffin ’06 of East Rutherford, N.J., is marketing and e-commerce director for Duggal Visual Solutions in New York City and cofounder of YourArtGallery.com. She and husband, Andrew, have one child.
Michael Kelly ’06 of Palatine Bridge, N.Y., is a global studies teacher for the Little Falls (N.Y.) City School District.
Kristin Ellis Asselta ’07 of Rochester, N.Y., is community business development manager for Barnes & Noble in Pittsford, N.Y.
Jennifer Check CAS’07 was promoted July 1, 2017, to principal for Victor (N.Y.) Primary School. Prior to becoming assistant principal seven years ago, Check was a kindergarten and first-grade teacher for the Bloomfield (N.Y.) Central School District. She also served as director of technology for the Bloomfield and Honeoye (N.Y.) central school districts.
Rebecca Oliver ’07 of Baldwinsville, N.Y., is senior editor of biotechnology and pharmaceuticals for Seeking Alpha in New York City.
Joseph T. Olsen M’07 is Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (N.Y.) Junior/Senior High School principal.
Blair Pecka ’08 of New York City is vice president of product at 33Across, headquartered in New York City.
David Proffitt ’08 is an actor who has been on many television shows, including New Girl, CSI, Criminal Minds, Bones, Agents of S.H.I.E.LD and HBO’s hit show Westworld. Proffitt has also worked on movies like Ted 2 and Terminator Genisys. Following college, he worked at Seaworld training dogs and cats for a show called Pets Rule and transitioned to being a dolphin trainer for the Blue Horizons show for four years and a sea lion trainer for the Navy Marine Mammal Program for one year. Prior to attending college, Proffitt was in the Navy and was a member of the United Nations Command Honor Guard.
Derek Dunning ’09 of Northfield, Vt., is director of athletic communications for Norwich University.
Jessica LaFave ’09 graduated in 2015 from the University of Maryland in College Park, Md., with a master’s degree in clinical social work. She is a social worker at Perry Point (Md.) Veterans Affairs Medical Center and a part-time behavior consultant for the University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air, Md.
Chelsey MacDougall ’09 of Syracuse, N.Y., transferred from English as a new language teacher at the Frazer School to administrative intern at Franklin Elementary School within the Syracuse City School District.
Chrissy Ballesteros Kreber ’10 of Bloomfield, N.J., is perishable area manager for Wegmans.
Jacqueline Michalski ’10 is entering her fourth year as the men’s and women’s swimming and diving head coach for Eastern Illinois University. For two of the three completed seasons, Michalski led the the team to earn academic achievement awards and the breaking of more than 15 school records. Both the men’s and women’s swimming teams were named to the 2016 College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Fall Scholar All-American Team. Prior to taking over the EIU program, she worked for two years (2012-14) at Saint Francis University in Pennsylvania, helping the program capture the Northeast Conference title in 2013 while posting the third highest NCAA Division I grade point average in the country.
Linda Neely Paris ’10 M’11 is planning coordinator for facilities services at SUNY Oswego.
Bruno Primerano CAS’10 of Syracuse, N.Y., is principal for Grant Middle School in the Syracuse City School District. Previously, he served as Frazer School vice principal in the same district.
Benjamin Sumner ’10 of Cazenovia, N.Y., is senior audit manager for Dannible & McKee, LLP, a certified public accounting and consulting firm. He joined the firm’s audit department in 2010. Sumner is a certified public accountant and a member of the New York State Society Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Dominic Tricase ’10 of Fort Myers, Fla., joined Pearl Brands as account services manager. Previously, he worked in broadcast television sales and marketing at NBC, CBS, ABC and CW.
Carly Perham ’11 of Camden, N.Y., is branch manager of Community Bank’s Westmoreland, N.Y., location.
Martin Seitz ’11 is a David L. Boren Fellow (South Korea 2015-2016) with a Master of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. He is currently an emergency management specialist at the Federal Emergency Management Agency within the Department of Homeland Security. His article “North Korea’s Impending Perfect Storm” was published in The Diplomatin August 2017.
Brittany DeJohn ’12 was promoted to editor at Virtucom Group in Syracuse, N.Y. Most recently, she held the position of assistant editor.
Taylor Jentsch ’12 of Cheektowaga, N.Y., is a store manager for Aerie by American Eagle.
Amy LaLonde ’12 finished a doctorate in statistics at the University of Rochester in Rochester, N.Y. She relocated to Indianapolis to work for Eli Lilly as a research scientist in the company’s diabetes and diabetes complications unit.
Megan Pecora ’12 owns and operates Port City Copy Center in Midtown Plaza, 18 E. Cayuga St., Oswego.
Erica Lemke Siler ’12 and her husband, Joe, are the new owners of Creekside Convenience, formerly EJ’s Country Store, on Route 78 in Hermitage, N.Y.
Lisa Thibault ’12 studied conservation and education in Thailand in summer 2017 as part of Miami University’s Global Field Program. Thibault is an on-site programs specialist at the Buffalo Zoo in Buffalo, N.Y.
Bradley Frate ’13 of Rochester, N.Y., is a third-year medical student at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine, with an interest in underserved populations. He is the president of the Dermatology Interest Group, an AMA/Medical Society of the State of New York member, and community outreach participant at the Matt Urban Hope Center, which educates underserved populations about healthy relationships, sexual health, personal safety, drugs and growing older. He’s a participant in “Camp Cardiac,” a program that focuses on teaching minority and underserved area high school students about the medical field with an emphasis on cardiology, and a volunteer provider for a drop-in clinic for free, routine health care and preventive services to underserved and uninsured patients of Buffalo.
Angela Janack ’13 M’14 is an audit senior for Dannible & McKee, LLP, a certified public accounting and consulting firm. She is a member of the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Prior to joining the firm, Janack worked as a bookkeeper and office manager for Kraftees Collegetown, LLC.
Tyler Kelly ’13 of Endwell, N.Y., graduated from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in May 2017 as a Doctor of Osteopathy.
Bryan Schumacker ’13, of Syracuse, N.Y., is a motion graphics designer for Pinckney Hugo Group, a marketing communications firm. Schumacker previously worked as a producer at WCNY.
Katherine Bott ’14 M’15 of Camillus, N.Y., completed the certification process to earn her designation as a certified public accountant. Bott is an audit associate at Fust Charles Chambers LLP, and joined the firm in October 2015.
Sarah Cerroni ’14 of Corning, N.Y., is a technology teacher for Horseheads (N.Y.) Middle School.
Jesse Corfield ’14 earned a U.S. Fulbright Student Program grant. His nine-month assignment in Brazil is scheduled to begin in February 2018, during which he’ll teach university students who plan to become English teachers.
John Enkosky ’14 of Syracuse, N.Y., is an audit senior for Dannible & McKee, LLP, a certified public accounting and consulting firm. He is a certified public accountant and a member of NYSSCPA and AICPA.
Kathleen Jackson M’14 completed the certification process to earn her designation as a certified public accountant. Jackson is an audit associate at Fust Charles Chambers LLP, and joined the firm in October 2015.
Alison Berson ’15 of Farmingdale, N.Y., is an art agent for Astound Illustration Agency in New York City.
Kristen Burke ’15 of Tarrytown, N.Y., is an account executive at Legend Public Relations in New York City.
Ryan Domer M’15 of Syracuse, N.Y., completed the certification process to earn his designation as a certified public accountant.
Alicia Koster CAS’15 is interim superintendent for the Oriskany (N.Y.) Central School District.
Molly Matott ’15 received the A. Brohmann Roth Newcomer Award from the Syracuse Press Club at its 39th Annual Professional Recognition Awards Contest in May 2017. Matott is a meteorologist for CNYCentral.
Nick Montesano ’15 is a graphic web designer for CXtec in Syracuse, N.Y. Previously, he worked as a graphic designer for Assante Design.
Emily Palermo ’15 is a research analyst for Drive Research in Baldwinsville, N.Y. Previously, she worked at Research & Marketing (RMS) as research panel coordinator, and research and social media associate.
Tucker Sholtes ’15 of Columbia, S.C., is project management strategy associate for PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Matthew Stone ’15 of Mohegan Lake, N.Y., was part of the team at ABC’s Good Morning America television show that received a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Morning Show in April 2017.
Rebekah Tanner M’15 of Syracuse, N.Y., is an artist whose work was featured in the Syracuse Downtown Committee’s Art in the Windows program at 215 West Fayette St.
Reid Adler ’16 M’18 is clerical support for the SUNY Oswego Division of Graduate Studies and an assistant hall director for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Stacey Baran ’16 earned a government teaching appointment in France through the international Teaching Assistant Program. Baran will teach in the Lyon region for one year.
Zoe Behncke ’16 earned a government teaching appointment in France through the international Teaching Assistant Program. Behncke will teach in the Versailles region for one year.
Matthew Bente ’16 is a commercial lines underwriting assistant for Mid-Hudson Co-Operative Insurance in Montgomery, N.Y.
Anna Jimenez ’16 of Spartanburg, S.C., is a paralegal for attorneys Cummings & Lewis, LLC.
Phoebe Molano ’16 of Buffalo, N.Y., is a copywriter for LocalEdge in Tonawanda, N.Y.
Lindsey Moses ’16 of East Brunswick, N.J., is pursuing a Master of Information degree at Rutgers University.
Lucy Bergemann ’17 of Colorado Springs, Colo., is an on-air meteorologist for KKTV-TV of Colorado Springs.
Jacqueline Decker ’17 of Liverpool, N.Y., is an account executive for the Syracuse Crunch ice hockey team.
Emma Moriarty ’17 is a marketing specialist for JUMO in Syracuse, N.Y.
Serena Schaeber ’17 earned a government teaching appointment in France through the international Teaching Assistant Program. She will teach in the Rennes region for one year.
Julia Thomas ’17 of Syracuse, N.Y., is an assistant account manager for Pinckney Hugo Group, a marketing communications firm.