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May 19, 2014

TU students earn degrees

THOMASVILLE — More than 290 students graduated from Thomas University during its 59th Commencement held Saturday, May 3, in the gymnasium on TU’s West Campus. Local students who graduated include the following.

 

Thomasville:

·Jason A. Baldwin (Magna Cum Laude), Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice

·David Barnett, Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling

·Taylor Benton (Magna Cum Laude), Bachelor of Science, Biology

·Deanne Nicole Boyd, Bachelor of Science, Interdisciplinary Studies

·Dontavior Rhianna Bryant, Master of Education in Early Childhood

·Gavin Cameron, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration

·Lara Christie, Master of Science in Nursing

·Heather L. Clark, Bachelor of Science, Interdisciplinary Studies

·Morgan Colvin (Magna Cum Laude), Bachelor of Science, Business Administration

·Matthew S. Conner, Associate of Science, Law Enforcement

·Daryl O. Crenshaw, Master of Business Administration

·Rodney M. Cromartie Sr., Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice

·Robin Suzanne Crowder, Master of Business Administration

·Erin Frances Davis, Master of Education in Early Childhood

·Kelli Dyan Dorminey, Bachelor of Science, Early Childhood Education

·Ronald Lamar Fann, Sr., Bachelor of Science, Interdisciplinary Studies

·Anna Layne Gass (Summa Cum Laude), Bachelor of Science, Psychology

·Christina Gainous, Master of Business Administration

·Mareike Anna Haaren (Honors), Associate of Arts, Liberal Studies

·Amber Hamilton, Bachelor of Social Work

·Rosalind Tomeka Haywood, Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling

·Sarah Elizabeth Horne, Associate of Arts, Liberal Studies

·Miriam Jackson, Associate of Arts, Liberal Studies

· Wesley A. Jackson, Bachelor of Science, Medical Laboratory Science

·Laketta Johnson, Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice

·Tara McClary King (Magna Cum Laude), Bachelor of Science, Business Administration

·Frances Rice Lilly, Master of Education in Secondary Education      

·Christine Lyons (Cum Laude), Bachelor of Science, Interdisciplinary Studies

·Brandy Nichole Maines, Bachelor of Science, Interdisciplinary Studies

·Sonja Renee Mannings, Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling

·Cathy Miller, Bachelor of Science, Nursing

·Suzanne Miller (Cum Laude), Bachelor of Social Work

· Melissa O'Neal, Master of Education in Early Childhood

· Myong Son Owens, Master of Science in Nursing

·Kelsey Jade Reddick (Honors), Associate of Arts, Liberal Studies

· Waunell Reichert, Associate of Arts, Liberal Studies

·Danielle A. Roach, Bachelor of Science, Interdisciplinary Studies

·Danyale N. Roan, Bachelor of Science, Nursing

·Robert M. Rozier, Bachelor of Science, Medical Laboratory Science

·Samantha Rutherford, Bachelor of Social Work

·Rachel Amelia Smith (Honors), Associate of Arts, Liberal Studies

·Zaporia C. Smith, Bachelor of Science, Nursing

·Daniel Spear (Magna Cum Laude), Bachelor of Arts, Humanities     

·Ashley Nicole Stanteiski, Associate of Arts, Liberal Studies

·Nicholas Sutton, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration

·Michael Newton Timothy Jr., Bachelor of Science, Interdisciplinary Studies

·Brittany Ann White, Associate of Arts, Liberal Studies

·Stephanie White, Master of Education in Early Childhood

·Constance M.  H. Wiggins, Master of Education in Middle Grades

·Laura Ashley Wilcox, Bachelor of Science, Secondary Education

·Shakilah Williams, Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling

·Amanda Wood, Master of Education in Secondary Education

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