UA announces graduation list for summer 2019

FROM STAFF REPORTS

TUSCALOOSA—The University of Alabama awarded some 1,450 degrees during its summer commencement Aug. 3. The following are those from the Shelby County area who were among the recipients:

  • Serena Nicole Bailey of Alabaster, Master of Arts.
  • Samuel M. Beckenstein of Birmingham, Master of Science in Human Environmental Sciences.
  • Philip B. Botes of Birmingham, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration.
  • David Bentley Bowers of Hoover, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration.
  • Joshua Alan Brasher of Pelham, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
  • James Andrew Bruno of Birmingham, Bachelor of Arts.
  • Jenna Renee’ Bryson of Columbiana, Master of Social Work.
  • Nathan Christopher Byars of Birmingham, Bachelor of Science.
  • Ryan Russel Childers of hoover, Master of Accountancy.
  • Ariel Nicole Clark of Calera, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration.
  • Caroline M. Clark of Alabaster, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration.
  • Judson Scott Colburn of Helena, Master of Science in Nursing.
  • Christopher Edmunds of Birmingham, Master of Arts.
  • Jamie Rae Epperson of Sterrett, Master of Social Work.
  • Preston Reed Fights of Birmingham, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration.
  • Karen Denise Gray of Wilsonville, Bachelor of Science.
  • Brett Richard Hamme of Maylene, Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Information Sciences.
  • Caroline Lynn Hance of Birmingham, Master of Arts.
  • Parker A. Hawkins of Birmingham, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration, Master of Science.
  • Jessie J. Humphries of Pelham, Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Sciences.
  • Dwight Jinright of Pelham, Doctor of Philosophy.
  • Emily A. Johnson of Pelham, Bachelor of Arts.
  • Misty Nicole Jones of Pelham, Master of Social Work.
  • Stephanie N. Knight of Calera, Bachelor of Science in Education.
  • Virginia Ann Lamoureux of Maylene, Master of Arts.
  • Olivia Bri Lauderdale of Helena, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration.
  • Joshua Patrick Lawley of Birmingham, Master of Business Administration.
  • Kristalyn Meshea Lee of Maylene, Doctor of Education.
  • Anna-Michael Oakley Longshore of Chelsea, Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
  • Kristen D. Lushington of Helena, Doctor of Philosophy.
  • Brittany LeShae Manasco of Montevallo, Master of Social Work.
  • Ryan Benjamin Marlowe of Birmingham, Bachelor of Science in Education.
  • Miranda McClanahan of Alabaster, Master of Social Work.
  • Scott K. McCormick of Birmingham, Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering.
  • Kimberly Jacques McDade of Montevallo, Master of Library and Information Studies.
  • Carolina Munoz of Montevallo, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration.
  • Adam M. Parton of Alabaster, Bachelor of Arts.
  • Ashley Michelle Rettig of Chelsea, Bachelor of Arts.
  • Elizabeth M. Rhinehart of Calera, Master of Arts.
  • Joseph Adrian Rickert of Birmingham, Doctor of Philosophy.
  • Zachary Hunter Scott of Wilsonville, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration.
  • Jackson Hunter Stamba of Chelsea, Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Information Sciences.
  • Camela Brooke Thomas of Alabaster, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration.
  • Ryan James Traylor of Chelsea, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration.
  • Elizabeth Joan Urrutia of Birmingham, Bachelor of Arts.
  • William C. Ward of Birmingham, Bachelor of Science in Education.
  • Jordan Mckensie Webster of Alabaster, Bachelor of Arts.
  • Joel Riley Williams of Vestavia Hills, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration.

With a beautiful campus, dozens of challenging academic programs, expert faculty and numerous opportunities for service and growth, The University of Alabama is a 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. The campus gives students the opportunity to interact 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.