STATESBORO — Georgia Southern University recently had its spring commencement for graduate and undergraduate students at Hanner Fieldhouse and Allen E. Paulson Stadium.
More than 3,300 degrees were presented during two separate ceremonies.
Local students who received degrees are:
Datrell Bonaparte of Hinesville, with a degree in information technology.
Fallon Brown of Hinesville, degree in health education and promotion.
Wesley Causer of Hinesville, degree in justice studies.
Jeremy Christenbury of Glennville, egree in health and physical education.
Ian Dicks of Ludowici, degree in general studies.
Lacy Dowdy of Glennville, degree in middle grades education.
Enrique Espada of Hinesville, degree in general studies.
Sharleen Espinet Rodriguez of Glennville, degree in child/family development.
Jeremiah Graham of Hinesville, degree in instructional technology.
Cody Graham of Hinesville, degree in justice studies.
Justin Harden of Hinesville, a degree in psychology.
Victoria Hartman of Ludowici, a degree in philosophy.
Rebecca Hewitt of Ludowici, degree in sports management.
Deborah Holloway of Glennville, degree in curriculum and instruction education.
Quan Jackson of Glennville, degree in justice studies.
Timothy Johnston of Allenhurst, degree in chemistry.
Tracy Lent of Hinesville graduated, degree in child/family development.
Joshua Mackrill of Hinesville, degree in anthropology.
Julian McCroy of Hinesville, degree in information technology.
April McFadden of Glennville, degree in general studies.
Jessica Mobley of Glennville, degree in middle grades education.
Dylan Mulligan of Glennville, degree in history.
Jessica Newsome of Hinesville, degree in biology.
Amanda Palmer of Glennville, degree in secondary education.
Carolyn Payne of Hinesville, degree in secondary education.
Briana Pickett of Hinesville, degree in middle grades education.
Kalle Pray of Allenhurst, degree in justice studies.
Nicole Puckett of Hinesville, degree in international studies.
Erica Rice of Hinesville graduated, degree in child/family development.
Sophia Smoke of Hinesville, degree in educational leadership.
Yvette Steele of Hinesville graduated, degree in public health.
Michelle Whites of Ludowici, degree in early childhood education.
Moriah Wills of Glennville, degree in early childhood education.
Kalee Woodard of Ludowici, degree in psychology.
GSU president’s list
STATESBORO — Georgia Southern University recently recognized 1,194 students for excellence in academics on the 2015 spring semester president’s list.
To be eligible for the list, a student must have at least a 4.0 grade point average and carry a minimum of 12 hours for the semester.
Area students listed include:
Fallon Brown of Hinesville
Janet Carrette of Allenhurst
Ian Dicks of Ludowici
Demetrianna Dudley of Hinesville
Meredith Eby of Midway
Jon Groover of Ludowici
Ana Hernandez of Glennville
Christopher Jimenez of Hinesville
Madison Moore of Glennville
Makaila Mueller of Hinesville
Dylan Mulligan of Glennville
Kenneth Nobles of Ludowici
Kaitlin Phillips of Glennville
Kalle Pray of Allenhurst
Retha Rowe of Hinesville
Kathleen Shuman of Glennville
Lamar Sims of Hinesville
Taylor Standard of Midway
Joshua Tomlinson of Hinesville
Jacob Turner of Ludowici
Alyce Wells of Hinesville
ATLANTA — Georgia State University graduated more than 5,700 students receiving bachelor’s, master’s and specialist’s degrees at the university’s spring and summer commencement in the Georgia Dome.
They include two from Hinesville.
Lakeshia Stinson graduated with a Master’s Degree in Mathematics Education.
Deon Villasencio graduated with a Master’s Degree in Sports Administration.
WALESKA, GA — Sarah Hewett of Midway was among the 173 students who graduated from Reinhardt University in the spring semester of 2015.
Hewett graduated with a Master of Business Admin in Business Administration.
Michael Bailey of Hinesville has earned an A.A.S. from Barton Community College. He graduated from the Great Bend, Kansas, school this spring.
ATLANTA Janee Nealey of Hinesville was one of more than 150 students graduating from Georgia State University’s Honors College this spring.