Patricia Riley, of West Boylston, received a master's in business administration from Fitchburg State University.
Ashley Dill, daughter of Kathy and Don Dill of West Boylston, received a master of science in applied communication from Fitchburg State university. Dill graduated with highest honors.
Amanda Shusta, daughter of Andy and Lynda Shusta, of West Boylston, received her master's in professional communication degree from Clark University, in a Sunday, May 22 ceremony. She is currently employed at Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, in Westboro.
Four West Boylston residents were among the recent graduates from Bryant University:
Brian DiFederico received a bachelor's degree in business administration/accounting.
Nicholas Rotti received a bachelor's degree in business administration/computer information.
Andrew Sinibaldi received a bachelor's degree in business administration/marketing.
Joseph Ursoleo received a bachelor's degree in business administration/management.
Five local residents were among the 2011 graduates from the Mass. Academy of Mathematics and Science.
Graduates were: Eli Abidor, David Baird, Daniel Probst and Andrew Sanginario, of Boylston, and Lisa Snay, of West Boylston.
Chelsea Blackmer, of Boylston, was awarded a bachelor of fine arts degree from Keene State College on Saturday, May 7.
Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, of which Tina Bilazarian Inc., of Boylston, is an affiliate, was named the highest-producing network of the top 500 real estate groups in the country. Bilazarian's office covers the Shrewsbury, Boylston, Northboro and Worcester area.
Pamela B. Ritacco of Boylston, received a bachelor of science in health and science studies during Quinnipiac University's 80th undergraduate commencement exercises on May 22.
Christine Collins, of Boylston, has joined Bowditch and Dewey, a full-service law firm out of Worcester, in the firm's Labor and Employment and Higher Education Practices. Collins returns to the firm after spending several years as an attorney with the Office of the General Counsel for the University of Massachusetts.
Ryan Rosiello graduated magna cum laude from Gettysburg College on May 21. He will attend Hofstra University in the fall studying industrial and organizational psychology.
Eric Rosiello was named to the dean's list at Northeastern University for the spring semester.
Ryan and Eric Rosiello are the sons of Rich and Leslie Rosiello of West Boylston.
Two West Boylston residents graduated with bachelor's degrees from the University of Connecticut: Michael Cobill and Jessica Sloan.
West Boylston Middle-High School senior Danielle Jacques has received the AATF (American Association of Teachers of French) Outstanding Senior in French Award. Jacques is an officer in the National French Honor Society, has studied French for five years and is the student of Marie A. Caruso.
David White, West Boylston Middle-High School junior, participated on invitation to the 24th annual Art All State program at Worcester Art Museum. White was one of 145 students chosen from across the state to participate.
Boylston resident Rebekah Cocks, a college freshman, has been named to the Worcester Polytechnic Institute's dean's list for the spring 2011 semester. Cocks is majoring in biology and biotechnology.
Kayla Rayworth, of West Boylston, a junior at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, has been named to the university's dean's list for the spring 2011 semester. Rayworth is majoring in mechanical engineering.
Joshua Brown, of West Boylston, was named to the spring dean's list at Salem State University.
The following students from West Boylston graduated from the University of New Hampshire on Saturday, May 21: Christopher Lowell earned a bachelor's degree in history magna cum laude; Courtney Lynch earned a bachelor's degree in English teaching.
Ellen Keane, of Boylston, earned dean's list for the spring semester at Lasell College. A member of the Class of 2014, Keane is majoring in English.
West Boylston residents Steven Berkey, Andrew Duvarney and Leah Pusateri were named to the dean's list at Fitchburg State University for the spring semester.
Melissa Tula, of Boylston, graduated recently from Clark University, magna cum laude, with a bachelor's degree in psychology and English. Tula is a member of Alpha Sigma Lambda.