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UNC-Asheville graduates

The following students from North Carolina received degrees from the University of North Carolina at Asheville in May 2011.
Kannapolis ó Nelia Hamby, bachelor of science in management, concentration in marketing, minor in economics, magna cum laude, University Research Scholar, Distinction in Management.
Mocksville ó Carrie Elizabeth Miller, bachelor of arts in history, minor in mathematics.
Mooresville ó Amanda Leigh Berry, bachelor of arts in sociology, minor in political science, summa cum laude, University Research Scholar, University Scholar, Distinction in Sociology; Ashton Delaine Hale, bachelor of arts in psychology; Kenny William Paradiso Jr., bachelor of arts in multimedia arts and sciences; Kelsey Danielle Ridenour, bachelor of arts in history, minor in psychology, second major in political science, magna cum laude, Distinction in History, Distinction in Political Science.
Salisbury ó Adam Logan Carter, bachelor of science in engineering (joint with North Carolina State University), concentration in mechatronics; Paul McKayne Hill, bachelor of arts in classics, concentration in teacher licensure; Daniel Ray Roberts Resner, bachelor of arts in literature, minor in classics, summa cum laude, University Research Scholar, Distinction in Literature.

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