Local residents have received degrees from Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y.

Seneca Falls: Valerie Tuttle, bachelor’s degree in engineering and management with a project management minor; Samantha Impastato, bachelor’s degree in biology.

Canandaigua: Ian Cowles, bachelor’s degree with distinction in electrical engineering and a mathematics minor; Abigail Sullivan, master’s degree in business administration and a certificate in environmental management; and James Bridgeford, bachelor’s degree in global supply chain management and minors in project management and economics.

Geneva: Kayli Harling, bachelor’s degree in biology.

Phelps: Mary Riley, master’s degree in physician assistant studies.

Stanley: Tyler Wolfe, bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with a business minor; and Aimee Rosato, a bachelor’s degree in biology.

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