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24 local students earn degrees from University of Alabama

TUSCALOOSA - Twenty-four Cullman-area students received degrees from The University of Alabama during its winter commencement on Dec. 16.

Those students were:

  • Grace Louise Alexander, of Arley, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration
  • Wendi Marie Blackmon, of Arab, Educational Specialist
  • Cameron M. Brock, of Logan, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Tshenina Lashae Brown, of Bremen, Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Sciences
  • Hillary Lauren Cain, of Blountsville, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Andrew Dalton Cofer, of Cullman, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration
  • Nathan Kyle Doty, of Hanceville, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Kelsey Nicole Grooms, of Hayden, Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Sciences
  • Tyler A. Hamp, of Altoona, Bachelor of Science
  • Ryan Marshall Haymon, of Arab, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Daniel Brock Hendrix, of Vinemont, Bachelor of Arts
  • Kara LaShaye Ibrahim, of Crane Hill, Master of Arts
  • LaTisha Sexton Jackson, of Hanceville, Master of Arts
  • Payton Jewell Palmer, of Vinemont, Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Information Sciences
  • Lauren Nicole Patt, of Arley, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Alden K. Rakestraw, of Cullman, Bachelor of Arts
  • Alex William Rakestraw, of Cullman, Bachelor of Science
  • Clay J. Smith, of Oneonta, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration
  • Olivia Jean Smith, of Arley, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Savanna E. Striplin, of Altoona, Master of Library and Information Studies
  • Madeline Claire Taylor, of Cullman, Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration
  • Jeremy O'Quinn West, of Arab, Bachelor of Science in Education
  • Anne Marie Wester, of Oneonta, Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Information Sciences
  • Katherine E. Wright, of Crane Hill, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

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.

Photo courtesy of The University of Alabama

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