Spring 2020 Graduates An-nounced at UA

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The University of Alabama awarded some 6,326 degrees this spring. Among the graduates from Lee County were:

– Gabrielle Allen of Opelika who received a Master of Arts.

– Emily Blum of Auburn who received a Doctor of Philosophy.

– Aaliyah Bolware of Opelika who received a Bachelor of Science.

– Quinika Bradley of Phenix City who received a Bachelor of Science in Commerce & Business Administration.

– Jon Brockwell of Auburn who received a Bachelor of Science in Commerce & Business Administration.

– Christina Carter of Opelika who received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

– Rodneisha Darden of Salem who received a Master of Accountancy.

– Jody Davis of Auburn who received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.

– Hannah Deep of Opelika who received a Master of Social Work.

– Gillian Dente of Phenix City who received a Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Sciences.

– Callie Earles of Auburn who received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication & Information Sciences.

– Bradley Fricks of Auburn who received a Doctor of Education.

– Jouri Johnson of Auburn who received a Bachelor of Science in Education.

– Cynthia Ledbetter of Auburn who received a Master of Library & Information Studies.

– Abigail Lindsey of Phenix City who received a Bachelor of Science in Education.

– Marcus Marshall of Opelika who received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.

– Jakari McDougald of Opelika who received a Bachelor of Social Work.

– Matthew Melton of Phenix City who received a Bachelor of Science in Commerce & Business Administration.

– Darrell Morgan of Smiths Station who received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication & Information Sciences.

– Cynthia Perry of Opelika who received a Master of Social Work.

– Jasmine Preston of Opelika who received a Bachelor of Science.

– Madeline Rogers of Opelika who received a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering.

– Emma Royal of Opelika who received a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering.

– Bentley Sims of Aubun who received a Bachelor of Science in Commerce & Business Administration.

– Rachel Stokes of Auburn who received a Bachelor of Arts.

– Justin Upshaw of Phenix City who received a Bachelor of Science in Commerce & Business Administration.

– Christina Vickers of Opelika who received a Bachelor of Arts.

– Blake Wald of Phenix City who received a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.

– Frances Ward of Cusseta who received a Bachelor of Science.

– Madison Washington of Smiths Station who received a Bachelor of Science in Education.

The recent change to remote learning during this unprecedented time affected the University’s plans for traditional commencement activities. However, commencement is a milestone, and the University wants graduates to have the opportunity to walk across the stage in celebration of their success. Although any plans are contingent on how the summer outlook progresses, all spring graduates are invited to participate in the summer commencement events scheduled for July 31, and Aug. 1.

“We will also be recognizing the achievements of our spring 2020 graduating class through online and social media outlets to highlight our shared pride in them,” said UA President Stuart Bell. “I look forward to congratulating each student on stage very soon.”

With dozens of challenging academic programs, expert and world-renowned faculty and numerous opportunities for service and growth, The University of Alabama is the place where legends are made. UA offers its students a premier educational, cultural and social experience with more than 200 undergraduate, graduate and professional programs and gives students the opportunity to partner with faculty performing cutting-edge research.

The University of Alabama, the state’s oldest and largest public institution of higher education, is a student-centered research university that draws the best and brightest to an academic community committed to providing a premier undergraduate and graduate education. UA is dedicated to achieving excellence in scholarship, collaboration and intellectual engagement; providing public outreach and service to the state of Alabama and the nation; and nurturing a campus environment that fosters collegiality, respect and inclusivity.

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