The following students were awarded degrees from Plymouth State University at their 143rd Commencement ceremony May 17, 2014:

Bath: Karen Cowles, bachelor of science in Childhood Studies.

Bethlehem: Lynne Glass, bachelor of science in Physical Education.

Colebrook: Daniel Gorham, Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Educational Leadership.

Groveton: Angella Call, bachelor of arts in Communication Studies; Lana Gilcris, bachelor of science in Elementary Education; Rachel Welch, bachelor of science in Elementary Education.

Jefferson: Ashley Cormier, master of education in Special Education; Christine Labore, bachelor of science in Elementary Education.

Lancaster: Rhonda Adams, bachelor of science in Nursing; Jessica Bennett, bachelor of science in Elementary Education; Janelle Dubreuil, bachelor of science in Elementary Education; Cameron Moore, bachelor of science in Information Technology.

Landaff: Stephen Hudon, bachelor of science in Elementary Education.

Lisbon: Kaitlyn Aldrich-Holmes, bachelor of arts in Art History.

North Haverhill: Arianna Kinder, bachelor of science in Exercise and Sport Physiology.

Whitefield: Marc Belanger, bachelor of science in Social Studies Education.

Woodsville: Justin Smith, bachelor of science in Mathematics; Donald Vogt, bachelor of science in Information Technology; Samantha Waterhouse, bachelor of science in Childhood Studies.

Bradford: Kristina Otis, bachelor of science in Physical Education.

Derby Line: Hannah Chambers, bachelor of science in Music Education (K-12).

Lyndon Center: Eden Berube, bachelor of science in Health Education.

South Ryegate: Hannah Judas, bachelor of arts in Music.

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