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UMF reveals graduation class of 2020 with virtual recognition

May 11, 2020

The University of Maine at Farmington announces the graduating class of 2020 and a virtual recognition event in their honor.

“We are so proud of our graduates and all they have achieved this year,” said UMF President Edward Serna, “They have inspired their families, fellow students and communities with an exceptional level of determination and innovation during these unprecedented times. It is an honor to take this moment to celebrate their personal commitment and singular success in accomplishing their educational goals.”

The social media event to celebrate this year’s 374 outstanding graduates took place on multiple web-based platforms May 9, the University’s original Commencement date for 2020.

A traditional Commencement ceremony will be on the Farmington campus Aug. 22.

To connect with UMF on social media, visit Instagram @umainefarmington or Facebook @umainefarmington.

UMF has a 150-year+ tradition of providing academic experience combined with personal attention and close student/faculty collaboration that helps prepare students to succeed. UMF offers programs in the arts and sciences, teacher preparation and pre-professional studies.

Congratulations to the following graduating students of the class of 2020:

Katia Kordek of Camden., who earned a bachelor's in psychology;

Gavin Elliott received a bachelor's in business economics and Michaela Wright received a  bachelor's in elementary education, both of Owls Head.

Sydney Gustafson received a bachelor's in rehabilitation services and Autumn Young earned a bachelor's in early childhood education, both of Rockland.

Michael Wayland of St. George earned a bachelor's in business economics.

Caitlin Raye of Union earned a bachelor's in early childhood special education.

Miranda Belcher of Warren earned a bachelor's in community health education.

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