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Lockhart earns honors at SSU
academic honors

SAVANNAH - Hinesville native Kenneth Lockhart was among the students recognized for academic success at Savannah State University’s annual honors convocation.

During the ceremony, SSU president Kimberly Ballard-Washington presented Lockhart with the Board of Regents Academic Achievement Award.

On April 25, Lockhart was among those honored at the University System of Georgia’s Annual Academic Recognition Day.

A student is selected from each of the USG’s 26 public colleges and universities. Each student best represents the system’s highest scholastic ideals, as selected by their individual institutions. These students have a high GPA, strive for excellence and have the ability to share knowledge in various areas of expertise.

The Academic Recognition Day honorees receive a resolution from the state House of Representatives, along with a letter of commendation from USG Chancellor Sonny Purdue.

A graduate of Bradwell Institute, Lockhart is an electronics engineering technology major at SSU and is also a member of the Tigers football team.

Upon graduation, he is looking forward to attending graduate school and earning a Master of Business Administration or Master of Engineering degree to continue his academic career. Lockhart plans to pursue a career as an electrical engineer.

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