University of North Florida Graduates

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University of North Florida Graduates


About 750 students will graduate Friday, Aug. 6, during summer commencement ceremonies at the University of North Florida. Here are the students scheduled to graduate:

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

BACHELOR OF ARTS

ANTHROPOLOGY

Kimberly Ann Frase, Tara Kathleen Ramo.

ART

Tammie Leighe Chambers, Amanda Christine Kerns, Holly Clark Poland, Courtney A. Preece, Ann Cauthen Tworoger, Jacqueline Nicole Woodward.

COMMUNICATIONS

Bonnie Joyce Kite, Eden Deanne Levine, Cheryll Elaine Mock, Adam Charles Thompson.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Corinne Leigh Adams, Andrea Rae Andrews, Linett Iesha Barber, Jennifer Marie Boisjoly, Amanda Alice Bolte, Lamnette Juliette Carter, Cynthia Gail Cobb, Stevie Marie Coburn, Holly Lane Green, Laura Elizabeth Hamilton, Khim Cheth, Lauren Christine Kramer, Eden Deanne Levine, Tammy Lynn Mangione, Christopher Michael Myers, Joseph Matthew Nash, Garret Osilka, Bethany Ann Overcast, Melissa Gale Shore, Robert Larry Smith Jr., Jamey Dawes Stowell, Meryl Diane Taylor, Brian Scott Vaesa, Mary Olivia Wade, Daniel Will.

ECONOMICS

Anthony Ryan Delmond, Andrea Katheryn Henderson, Jason Michael Nehila, Mark Angelo Nichols, Melissa Ann Rehrer, Joseph Michael Strange, Erik Michael Vonderhaar.

ENGLISH

Randall Delone Adkison, Janna Elizabeth Andrews Berberovic, Rachel R. Bradford, Rachel Marie Canaday, Bryan Joseph Clark, Tara Antoinette Cramton, Anthony Ryan Delmond, Sweety Elaine Denegal, Jocelyn Lizabeth Gabe, Sally Hannoush, Jessica Marie Husk, Jennifer E. Kuffa, Vanessa Gail LaTraverse, Brianna Charlene Miller, Lindsay Shearer Morrison, Frederick Anderson Osborne, Richard S. Paulette, Alicia Elizabeth Ricks, Allison Leigh Rish, Jerald Ryan Sirmans, Vanessa E. Wells, Lynn Elmore Wheeldon.

HISTORY

James Murray Abbott, Walter Preston Arnold, James Caleb Bryan, Allison Elizabeth Mixon, Kevin Davis Holt, Tara Kathleen Ramo, Lorra Ann Richards, Billy Russell Rodgers Jr., Steven Sidney Sobel, Jason Ayres Souza, Harold Joseph Stormer, Kevin Neil Tapee.

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

Andreas Beger, Christy Cochran Bredahl, Richard James Mascolo, Sarah Henriette Vieillet, Erik Michael Vonderhaar.

MATHEMATICS

Amanda E. Nunley.

MUSIC

Kalan Ashley Lowery.

PHILOSOPHY

Taylor James Bodoh, Nathan Adam Hafner, Stephen George Sanders III, Jeffery Daniel Tuccillo.

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Cason Jordan Adeeb, Wendy Aracena-Munoz, Sean M. Arnold, Fady Elmeceery, Gregory Neil Fink, James Michael Fuller, Charles Albert Givens III, William Devon Griffin, Nathan Adam Hafner, Brannon Trice Jordan, Stephan Antoine Lubosch, Richard William Matkin Jr., Hank O. Rogers, Brandon Ray Snyder, Erik Michael Spitzform, Billie Jo Taylor, Brandi Yvonne Thompson.

PSYCHOLOGY

Corinne Leigh Adams, April L. Alexander, Claudia L. Amador, Edward Batok Jr., Karen Valeria Pozo Chavez, Torey Elizabeth d'Avi, Stacie L. Letson, Pamela DeSaro, Celeste Ann Dodrill, Erin Farmer, Carmen Regina Graham, Robert Alan Grier, Ashley Blair Griffin, Hunter Ryan Hackney, Ashley Jennifer Rammage, Megan M. Hill, Rebecca Sue Ince, Deatte Leeann Keating, Cheri Anne Kleiman, Regina M. Mayweather, Catherine Patricia Hubbard, Saterrica Allexica Mortimer, Amy Denise Pakidis, Lawrence Joseph Perrone, Rachelle Marie Regis, Bianca Marie Rowles, Charity Christine Savage, Holly Seligman, Angela R. Single, Susan G. Snyder, Barbara Anne Stubbs, Jessica T. Taggart, Jeffery Daniel Tuccillo, Melissa Danielle Tull, Matthew Ian Turner, Martina Ann Williams, Amy A. Wilson.

SOCIOLOGY

Kimberly Shawn Arb, Tomekia Yvette Brown, Andrea Katheryn Henderson, Deborah Ervin Martin, AavaMaria Louise Quiroz, Kimberly Elana Robertson, Annette Regina Sykes, Billie Jo Taylor, Jean C. Wetstein, Walter R. Wilkinson II, Sarah Elizabeth Willis, Raijah Leigh Yarborough Hayes. …

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