University of North Florida Graduates (Spring 2006)

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University of North Florida Graduates (Spring 2006)


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

Communications: Martina Shanae Allen, Megan S. Atkin, Alana Julie Azzouz, Khorey Allan Baker, Stephanie B. Bard, Kendall Ryan Barsin, Maria Jean Benson, Monica Nicole Berryman, Anthony Thomas Binge, Thomas Alex Blazewicz Jr., Jacob Matthew Bryan, Deshayla Monique Bryant, Rebecca Lauren Burns, Dyann Marie Busse, Jonathan C. Cast, David A. Chapman, Chad Robin Choate, Anne-Marie Clark, Donna Jean Correa, Brittany Bond Cort, John Wallace Curtin Jr., Christina Lynne Dasher, Tiffany Deidre Dixon, Joyce Torres Duenas, Jessica Rae Ennis, Kristin Marie Ettinger, Amy Elizabeth Frazier, Albin Ganic, Briana Kerryn Grey, Deirdre Rose Haefeli, Jeremy Parker Hatcher, Elizabeth Lee Hineman, Barry Todd Hodge, Sarah Maureen Holdstein, Kezia Suzanna Hoskins, Kara Lindsay Hughett, Ashley Anne Johnson, Nicole Gabrielle Jolivet, Lon Casey Jones, Sheila Lynn Kalil, Allyn Kelly, Katie Lynn Kleeman, Ashley Brenner Levenshon, Emily Ann Mahon, Kimberly Denise Martin, Shalini Mayer, Leah Marie McCrum, Michael Ian McGee, Barbara LeBaron McKinney, Kristen Nicole Moore, Mindy Nicole Moore, Jennifer Lauren Napier, Jason Anthony Nichols, Scott D. Orman, Kyle Anthony Peters, Farrah Anne Pompilus, Donald Earl Postway Jr., Chanel Latrice Preston, Zoe Jane Prosser, Rebecca Jane Richmond, David Victor Rosenblum, Austin Thomas Rumsey, Nicole Allison Runkel, Roxanne Lynn Schenandoah, Julia Margarite Steffen, Meredith Lynn Tekin, Jason Joel Thomas, Erin E. Trauth, Jonathan James Traver, Stacy Lorraine Vargas, Typhanee Deniece Vreen, Colin Alexander Walford, Marcelle Candacey Whyte, Melissa Nicole Wiseman, Rachel Marie Witkowski, John Robert Woodward and Leah Elizabeth Young.

Mathematics: James M. Galloway, Philip Randall Hurst, Francis Anthony Kulpa, Ian Mouzon, Greg Canieso Olipendo, Jennifer Lauren Ross and Michael Patrick Sims.

Physics: Katja Brandt, Sarah Elizabeth Dekat, Ramy Adel Mourad, Lydia Hart Tyler Ranger and Brian Paul Stratmann.

Psychology: Monica Yvette Asbell, Taya Renee Ball, Amy Nicole Baughman, David Blake Cassell, Alexandra Fern Fethe, Jeremiah Daniel Ford, Stephanie Lane Fowler, Elizabeth Lee Hineman, Melanie Elizabeth Hinkle, Lindsey Alice Hutchison, Alison Renee Jackson, Lucille Chere Johnson, Mira-Klode Lambert Ferland, Kathleen Deanna Lee, Jessica R. Mitchell, Alyssa Ann Pietras, Shelia Lynn Ramsey, Christina Elizabeth Schwab, Sarah Danielle Sommerfeld, Kristen P. Sutton, Amy Sarah Vance, Tim M. Watterson, John Bockman Weems, Michele Leigh Westerwelle and Melissa Rae Zeligman.

Statistics: Claire Elizabeth Elmore.

MASTER OF ARTS

English: Ray Anthony Fowler, Eugene Wayne Francis III, Raquel Gonzalez Rivas, Melissa Anne Milburn, Catherine Anne Rush and Karen Renee Spahn.

General Psychology: Aaron Vaughn Crawford, Jessica Lynn Goodrich, San Salome Haire-White, Laura Noelle Henderson, Suzannah Thea Laski, Susan Marie Lugo, Alison Brooke Oberne, Hilarys Rosario and Jennifer Kathleen Williams.

History: Amanda Lynn Chanco, John Ferrell Fannin, Ann Lee Gerth Fitzpatrick, Christina Ratulowski Luers and Kellie Anne Rainka.

MASTER OF ARTS COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY

Counseling Psychology: Jennifer Kristie Breslin, Naeema Shadonna Ghani-Barnett, Robert Lee Mann III, Andjela Marcetic, Kendall R. Raymond and Shavaun Elysse Roberts.

MASTER OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Public Administration: John Robert Allen Jr., Priscilla Cato, Jose Efren Hernandez, Cynthia Renee Key, Angela Yvette Lee, Denise Lynn Moquin, Fumitaka Terada, Lorin Rebecca Thies and Toni K. Willis.

MASTER OF SCIENCE

Mathematical Science: Diery Cissokho, Sarah Elizabeth Goodale, Amanda Ellen Nunley and Tracey Suzanne Stowe.

MASTER OF SCIENCE

Criminal Justice: Ronald Christopher Baker, Adam Richard Boyd, Jennifer Kindle Hoey and Rami Annette Skinner.

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Accounting: Danielle Denise Anderson, Megan Elizabeth Ball, Jacquelyne Christine Binninger, John D. …

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