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Mother fits graduate studies into busy life

934 receive UAlbany advanced degrees

Kim Corker stands outside the Schenectady County Office of Children and Family Services.
Kim Corker stands outside the Schenectady County Office of Children and Family Services.
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Kim Corker is a wife, a mother of seven children, a caseworker for Schenectady County and now, a recipient of a master’s degree in social work. Corker was one of 934 people who received graduate-level degrees from the University at Albany during a Saturday ceremony at the SEFCU Arena. Undergraduate degrees were awarded on Sunday. Corker said Sunday she was still trying to come down from the happiness she experienced the day before. “I was ...

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