Shannon Baxter of Poughquag, Jena Horetz of Stanfordville, Richeal Bruce of Pleasant Valley earn Graduate Degrees
GARDEN CITY, NY (07/21/2021)– Adelphi University in New York conferred degrees for more than 1,500 undergraduate and graduate students recently, including more than 600 master’s and doctoral degrees for those who completed requirements in December 2020 and May 2021.
Adelphi held in-person as well as online commencement ceremonies to recognize graduates during the week of May 24.
“You will forever be known as a resilient, persistent, and determined class of graduates,” President Christine M. Riordan, PhD, told the graduating class. “We celebrate your achievements and success.”
Richeal Bruce of Pleasant Valley, NY (12569), Master of Social Work in Social Work
Shannon Baxter of Poughquag, NY (12570), Master of Social Work in Social Work
Jena Horetz of Stanfordville, NY (12581), Master of Social Work in Social Work
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