Joshua Bruno majored in international studies, and received a bachelor's degree. He was one of more than 750 students to receive a master, bachelor or associate degree from Endicott that day. He is the son of Ferdinando Bruno and Jeri Bayer of Andover.
Kristina Elizabeth Fuerst received her bachelor's degree in chemical and biological engineering with minors in biochemistry and applied math, from the University of Colorado Boulder School of Engineering and Applied Science. Fuerst was in the Engineering Honors Program and received the Active Learning Award, which recognizes participation in three different kinds of hands-on learning: discovery, service, and professional learning. She is the daughter of Tom and Inga Fuerst of Andove
The following students graduated from Boston University: Gregory Boumil, master of engineering in mechanical engineering; Venkat Busanelli, master of business administration in business administration and management, honors; Rachel DeBiase, master of arts in teaching in mathematics education; Nima Haghighi-Mood, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Chelsea Johnston, bachelor of arts in biology; Arjun Kannan, bachelor of arts in philosophy and classical civilization, cum laude; Michael Kasparian, bachelor of science in electrical engineering, cum laude; Kathleen Machet, master of science in leadership; Christopher McDonough, bachelor of arts in philosophy; Alexa Moccia, bachelor of science in health science, magna cum laude; Hannah Nichols, bachelor of science in health science, magna cum laude; James O'Connor, master of business administration in business administration and management; Janis Rice, master of public health in maternal and child health and social and behavioral sciences; Dante Smith, bachelor of science in biomedical engineering, cum laude; and David York, master of arts in chemistry.
Elyzabeth Earnley, daughter of Nancy and Bruce Earnley of Andover, received her masters degree in environmental management in December 2011 from Yale University's School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Earnley is a 2000 graduate of Andover High School. She received her bachelor of arts degree in biology/French from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, and is currently working as an environmental consultant in the Washington DC area.