Eleven employees received degrees during Commencement
Photo: Stephanie Moniz, senior records manager, received a B.A. in management during last year’s Commencement.
Eleven Salve Regina employees received degrees during last Sunday’s 66th Commencement exercises, bringing a whole new meaning to the term “work-study.” The employees were awarded bachelor’s and master’s degrees in fields ranging from accounting to philosophy to administration of justice and homeland security.
Kevin McDonald, area coordinator in the Office of Residence Life, received an M.A. in holistic counseling. “As a student affairs administrator, I knew that a degree in counseling would be applicable and useful in my work with students,” he said.
McDonald noted that he enjoyed delving into practices that demonstrated and highlighted the interconnectivity of all life. “I would like to thank my family and the whole Salve community for supporting my pursuit of this degree,” he added.
Other Salve Regina employees who received degrees last Sunday include:
- Benjamin Barrett, part-time assistant football coach: M.S. in administration of justice and homeland security
- Kaitlin Bove, part-time secretary: B.S. in accounting
- Daniel Buonocore, part-time assistant football coach: Master of Business Administration
- Berlenise Castillo, part-time staff assistant: B.A. in philosophy and political science
- Elizabeth DiFilippo, part-time assistant men’s tennis coach: M.S. in administration of justice and homeland security
- Sean Garrity, part-time help desk specialist: B.A. in English communications
- Daniel Labrie, part-time media support assistant: B.A. in administration of justice
- Carol Melrose, administrative specialist: B.S. in business administration
- Frank Musco, part-time assistant football coach: Master of Business Administration
- Matthew Traynor, part-time assistant football coach: Master of Business Administration