Universities recognize area graduates, honor students
July 2, 2020
Coastal Alabama Community College recently posted its Spring 2020 President’s and Dean’s List, including numerous students from this area. The students’ whose names were recognized on the President's List: from Atmore, Kyle Andrew Hostetler, Clay Andrew White, Lauren Beth Metzler, Sophia McKenzie Faulk, Nash David Linam, Jordan Crews and Sara Elizabeth Rolin; from Brewton: Kalli Dianne Cueto, Nicholas Gibson Roberts, Linsey Nicole Fleming, Mary Madison Brown, Brock Andrew Patterson, Sara Elizabeth Bradley, David Lynn Holloway, Neelee Bay Harrison, Madison Jeanice Baxter; from East Brewton, Paige E Joyner; from Excel, Karianne M Byrd; from Flomaton, Zachary Joe Knowles; from Frisco City, Joseph Rivers Trahan, Taylor K Campbell, and William Caleb Johnson; from Monroeville, Gage Alexander Ward, William Logan Caldwell, Christopher Puchner, Kaylee Ann Knight
Kerrigan Faith Welch, Michael James Lambert, Charlie D Kirkland and Tamika Lashay Hartley; from Perdido, Luerensley Williams III; from Uriah, James William Richerson, Kaylee Madison Weatherford, Alexis Ann Hollinger, Mickyle T Byrd and Ryan Kaylee Powell.
The students who made the Dean’s List are as follows: from Atmore, Jazmine Alexandria Norman, Harli leanne Petty, Daniel A Currie III, Skyler Ann Williams, Dillan Jay Baldwin, Jonathan Roland Bray, Joseph Mitchell Faulk and Melanie K Fournier; from Brewton, Lauren Nicole McCall, Kristina Nicole Brunson, McKenzie Brooke Gibson, Austin David Long, Symone Dominique Jackson, Amanda Selario and Alexandera Dawn Stauch; from Excel, Bailey Marie Hobbs; from Flomaton, Harmony Roxanne Burgess, Cory Austin Boutwell, Adrian Lavon Quick, Anna Katherine Knowles, Meghan Anne Oglesby; from Frisco City, Traderrius D Robinson, Emma Katherine Gaston, Dylan Michael Mooney, Ashton Gentry, Torion KJ Gibbs, Neilson Ray Henderson, Lillyauna Kaleigh Rathbur, Karsyn Delaney Hill; from Monroeville, Hannah Denise Luker, Rebekah Lynn Dyess, Christopher C Bayles, Aspen Gechel Preyear, Keyonnia Tykerria Jackson, Hudson Allen Griggers and Emily R McCay; from Perdido, Nicholas Hunter Hadley; from Peterman, Christopher Earl Lett, Destiny Sha'miracle Mason and Jimmy C Lassiter; from Uriah, Chelsey L Corey, Jae Lauren Nipper and Rebecca S McGuire.
Huntingdon College announced recently several area traditional day students who completed their degrees and became members of the Huntingdon College Class of 2020.
Each graduate was awarded the Bachelor of Arts degree.
Area students include: Joshua Barrett Fields, History, from Brewton, Ala.; Haleigh Nicole Ridgeway, Elementary Education/Collaborative Special Education (K-6), from Frisco City, Ala., Magna Cum Laude and Brendon Scout Carson, Political Science, from Monroeville, Ala.
Also, several area students were among the 66 members of the Huntingdon College Evening Studies Evening Bachelor's degree program who completed their degrees and graduated with the Class of 2020.
These students entered Huntingdon College having earned prior credit toward their bachelor's degrees and completed their coursework for the Huntingdon College Bachelor of Science degree at one of ten locations in Alabama.
The local students are as follows: from Atmore, Casey Jackson in Business Management, Cum Laude, Auden Shane Lassitter in Business Management and Magna Cum Laude; from Brewton, Sharon Denise Collins in Business Management and Keaton Samuel Parker in Business Management; from Flomaton, James Crockett Dailey in Business Management, Magna Cum Laude; from Monroeville, Jerrell De' Andrae Young in Business Management.
Two students from Brewton, Mary Milligan and Allison Nelson, were among 1,759 students that Samford University named to the 2020 spring semester Dean's List.
To qualify for the dean's list, a student must have earned a minimum 3.5 grade point average out of a possible 4.0 while attempting at least 12 credit hours of coursework. Dean's List is the highest academic recognition given by the school at the end of each semester.
University of Alabama
Several area graduating students were recognized when the University of Alabama awarded some 6,326 degrees this spring.
Among the graduates were: from Brewton, Betty Carden, with a Master of Arts and Amelia Peach, with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering; from Flomaton, Kelsi Chandler, with a Bachelor of Science and Nikolas Shivers, with a Bachelor of Science in Education; from Atmore, Dy'Qwan Lee, with a Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration and Mikayla Spruill with a Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Sciences.
Troy University is pleased to recognize students who completed the requirements for graduation during the Spring Semester and Term 4 of the 2019/2020 academic year. The Spring Semester includes graduates from the Troy, Ala., campus. Term 4 graduates include students at Troy's campuses in Dothan, Phenix City and Montgomery, Ala., along with teaching sites outside of Alabama and online.
Area students who graduated include: from Atmore, Karissa Matthews with a Graduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences, Ziah Young with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education and Anna Sasser with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services; from Brewton, Kameisha Blue with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services, Clara McCreary with a graduate degree from the College of Education, James Peach with an undergraduate degree from the Sorrell College of Business and Trae' Walker with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services; Kimberly Waldrop with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education and Savannah DuBose with an undergraduate degree from the Sorrell College of Business.