A total 12 students from Bayside, three from Douglaston and another three from Little Neck recently graduated from Binghamton University.
Two Bayside students – Heather Bernhard and Sai Chen – received Bachelor of Science degrees in human development from Binghamton’s College of Community and Public Affairs.
Bayside’s Karen Lin received a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental studies ecosystems from the school’s Harpur College of Arts and Sciences, while Nicele Medel Arana obtained the degree in biochemistry.
Bachelor of Science degrees were also given to four other Bayside students, including Alton But, who majored in management finance, Delilah Kwong, who studied accounting, Lin Wang, who majored in computer science, and April Pulgarin, who studied industrial systems engineering.
Pulgarin also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harpur’s Italian Standard Program.
Two students from Bayside – Hoyu Chan and Yong Xu - received Master of Science degrees in accounting from Binghamton’s School of Management.
Students from the community to receive Bachelor of Arts degrees include Amy Park for psychology, Michael Coritsidis for philosophy, politics and law.
Three Douglaston students received Bachelor of Science degrees – Priscilla Yung, who studied nursing at the Decker School, Janey Lam, who was in the Integ Neuro Organismic Track program at Harpur, and Justin Leshen, who majored in physics.
Johnny Leung, of Little Neck, was awarded a Master of Business Administration in MBA Fast Track from the School of Management, while Andrew Cheung earned a Bachelor of Science in accounting.
Little Neck’s Kwan Ho Kelvin Chan received his Master of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the Thomas J. Watson School.