Rochelle Rafferty of Ticonderoga graduated with a bachelor of arts in English from the University at Albany.
During its winter commencement on Dec. 5 the University at Albany awarded 561 bachelor's degrees and 434 graduate degrees, including 285 master's and 69 doctoral degrees.
Scott Cutting Jr., a senior at Moriah Central School, has just returned after a six-day stay in Washington, D.C., as part of a group called the National Young Leaders Conference.
Ariel K. Beebe, daughter of Bernard and Sandy Beebe of Moriah, has been named to the spring dean's list at SUNY Maritime College in the Bronx.
Beebe, a junior, is a graduate of Moriah Central School and will spend her summer aboard a ship in the South China Sea.
Will M. Thompson received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering with Great Distinction during graduation ceremonies at Clarkson University. He is a resident of Paradox.
Jaimee E. Morrissey received a bachelor's degree in psychology during graduation ceremonies at Clarkson University. She is a resident of Crown Point.
Chelsea McKiernan of Moriah has been named to the dean's list for the winter 2011 term at Elmira College.
She is a junior majoring in biology and is the daughter of Valerie Mildon and Michael McKeirnan.
Daniel Barnes of Ticonderoga received a bachelor of science degree in business administration at the State University of New York Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome spring commencement ceremony May 7.
Christopher Courtright-Cox recently received his doctorate of education degree in psychology and spirituality from Argosy University. He received his master's from Goddard College and is a graduate of Wadhams Hall Seminary College.
He is presently employed by St. Joseph's Addiction Treatment and Recovery Center in Saranac Lake as the spiritual director and counselor.
He is the son of Ann Morette of Ticonderoga and the late Bruce Courtright.