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Graduates: UNC-Chapel Hill

UNC-Chapel Hill grads
The following area students earned bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral or professional degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill during the May 11 commencement ceremony:
Albemarle: Ronald Wayne Burris Jr., bachelor of science in biology; Randall Christine Elmo, bachelor of arts in journalism and mass communication; Kanhka Linthavong, doctor of medicine; Rebecca Leigh Lowder, bachelor of arts in psychology; Megan Elizabeth McLester, master of science in speech and hearing sciences; Tanner Bradly McSwain, bachelor of arts in religious studies; Laura Ann Moorehead, bachelor of arts in philosophy; Jason Wallace Rogers, bachelor of arts in psychology; William Chandler Bonham Taylor, master of business administration; and Andrew Ryan Thorpe, bachelor of arts in history.
Richfield: Sonya Jayanti Patel, bachelor of arts in romance languages.
China Grove: Alexandria Elisabeth Abernathy, bachelor of arts in economics; Sara McKenzie Hamrick, bachelor of arts in journalism and mass communication; and Angela Dawn Road, bachelor of arts in biology.
Cleveland: Matthew Hewitt Clements, bachelor of arts in English.
Salisbury: Kathryn Marie Bauk, bachelor of science in nursing; David Wright Beard, bachelor of arts in political science; Casey Samantha Cline, bachelor of arts in communication studies; Anna Louise Glasgow, bachelor of arts in biology; Travis Martin Hicks, doctor of dental surgery; Deanna Chan Huynh, bachelor of science in clinical laboratory science; Heather Elizabeth Johnston, bachelor of science in nursing; Brittney Austin Kale, bachelor of arts in elementary education; Daniel Nathan Kluttz, juris doctor in law; Justin James Leonard, juris doctor in law; Matthew David Preslar, bachelor of science in biology; Matthew John Richmond, bachelor of arts in political science; Allison Vance Somers, bachelor of arts in psychology; and Samuel Have Wineka, bachelor of arts in journalism and mass communication.
Mooresville: Kristen Marie Condron, bachelor of science in applied science; Shannon Marie Connell, bachelor of arts in journalis and mass communication; William Brent Curtis, bachelor of science in biology; Megan Elizabeth Davis, doctor of pharmacy; Smanthan Marie Devine, bachelor of arts in communication studies; Meredith Lynn Johnston, bachelor of science in public health/biostatistics; Nancy Jean Kerr, bachelor of arts in international studies; Jason Bradley Newman, bachelor of arts in mathematics; Manisha Nasruddin Panjqani, bachelor of science in business administration; Kirtan Anil Patel, bachelor of arts in psychology; Nicholas John Popowycz, bachelor of science in psychology; Audrey Lenore Sanford, bachelor of science in biology; Brandon Allen White, juris doctor in law; and Virginia Pauline Wiggins, bachelor of science in business administration.
Woodleaf: Kimberly Ann Geter, bachelor of arts in communication studies.
Mount Ulla: Bryanna Elizabeth Hardison, bachelor of science in nursing.
Spencer: Stephanie Ann Kelly, bachelor of arts in journalism and mass communication.
Rockwell: Jessica Lauren Helms, bachelor of arts in psycholoogy; Chassity Shiloh Overcash, bachelor of arts in journalism and mass communication.
Kannapolis: Matthew Bradley Baker, master of science in materials science; Diadra Koling Blake, bachelor of arts in asian studies; Richie Alexander Goodman, bachelor of arts in communication studies; Kimberly Ann James, bachelor of arts in women’s studies; Elizabeth Ashley Leach, bachelor of arts in psychology; Laura Marie McIntyre, bachelor of arts in chemistry; Tecola M. Patterson, bachelor of arts in psychology; Juana Pina, bachelor of science in nursing; and David Thomas Steele, bachelor of arts in public policy.
Cooleemee: Lauren Ashley Brogdon, doctor of pharmacy.
Mocksville: Jeffrey Diamond Mighion, bachelor of science in chemistry; and Jason Bradley Overbey, bachelor of science in computer science.
Lexington: Patrick Scott Byerly, bachelor of arts in history; Hannah Michelle Everhart, bachelor of arts in elementary education; Sarah Foster Fish, bachelor arts in education/child development and family studies; Charles Douglas Frye, bachelor of science in biology; Todd Forrest Gardner, bachelor of arts in economics; Karen Grace Garrison, bachelor of science in business administration; Jessica Leigh Hill, bachelor of science in radiologic science; Mia Cherie Jordan, bachelor of arts in history; William Presnell Keesler, bachelor of science in business administration; Derin Rebecca Knowles, bachelor of arts in international studies; Kevin Koonts, master of accounting; Sarah Elizabeth Lovejoy, bachelor of arts in mathematics; DeLee Anderson Mabe, master of education; Jillian Evelyn Mack, bachelor of arts in sociology; Blake Leonard Michael, bachelor of science in business administration; William Henry Niver, bachelor of arts in journalism and mass communication; Tyler Lee Robertson, bachelor of science in public health/health policy and administration; and LaQuanda Tysinger Nicole, bachelor of arts in sociology.

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