Winthrop University graduate degree recipients

May 1, 2013 

The Tillman Hall bell tower at Winthrop University.

MELISSA TOTH — Herald file photo

Winthrop University will award graduate degrees to 240 students at commencement ceremonies at 7 p.m. Thursday at Winthrop Coliseum. Graduates include:

College of Arts and Sciences

Master of Arts

Christopher Lawrence Blackshear, Sallie Elizabeth Brown, Amanda Beth Covington, John Thomas Crawford, John Calvin Crocker, Elna Minette Gentry, Kristina Renee Meehan, Joan Elizabeth Rodriguez and Pamela Dorita Thomas.

Master of Liberal Arts

Lydia Celestine Bailey-Padgett and Sean Patrick Sullivan.

Master of Science

Kelly DeVaughn Adrian, Emily Victoria Arey, Courtney Brianne Bedell, Lynae Beresford, Beatrice Bui, Sarah Ann Cook, Carly Michelle Donelson, Wendy Alicia Dorman, Jessica Hatchell Padgett, Amy Layne Humphries, Laura Walker Justice, Anna Danielle Killian, Shannon Nicole Kissinger, Hannah Usry Leary, Katherine Small Lenarcic, Tracey Lynn Lewis, Ashley Nicole McCoy, Meghan Kathleen McTavish, Chelsea Melissa Mikell, Meaghan S. Mikulas, Catherine Elizabeth Panning, Ashley Ayers Roehrig, Janna Michele Rothschild, Erica Hartis Rutledge, Krysten Danielle Sobus, Margaret Ann Ling, Ryan Harris Williams and Lauren Ann Zimmerman.

Master of Social Work

Holly Stabley Andrews, Julia Kate Baer, Dawn Earwood Beck, Lydia Emerson Blandy, Myra Renee Brunson, Mary Helen Carter, Alexis Kathleen Edwards, Tarnesha Latrena Ellis, Amber Victoria Geathers, Megann E. Grace-Sanchez, Kallison Patrice Graham, Courtney Lasha Gregory, Andre Maurice Harvey, Janelle Joyce Hoover, Amanda Lynne Horting, Kelly Patricia Soule, Amy R. Jamerson, Kristine M. Jones, Amanda Lynn Justice, Derra Denise Kennedy, Kelli Martia Keys, Michele Adriane Lewis, Cheryl Ann Lynch;

Joseph Stephen McConico, Kam A. McDonald, Trisha Ann Meyer, Amanda Nicole Miller, Joseph F. Minaya, Quiana Tichelle Mock, Amy Elyse Morris, Tara Ferguson Motes, Michelle Lynn Oden, Cynthia Lynn Pender, Sean Michael Robinson, Teresa Morgan Robinson, Diana Anita Romero, Chelsea M. Scott, Megan Elizabeth Stewart, Cheryl Ruby Strait, Yolanda Evonne Tindal, O’Neil Orain Walker, Jeri Joy Webb, Bonita Christine Michelle Wheeler, Jimiko Miche Witherspoon and Rebecca Marie Wright.

Specialist in School Psychology

Angela H. Burgin, Felicia LeAnn Cunningham, Kristen Chandler Hiott, Alicia Jean Kortes, Kristen Anne Paul, Ashley Hopkins Penman, Shannon Alexandria Simmons, Angela Benyon Sneed and Elizabeth Helen Yegge.

College of Business

Master of Business Administration

Cameron Alksnis, Abdulrahman Saleh Almeqhem, Camille Marjorie Betty Bedu, Derell Montae Brown, Lara Elizabeth Classe, LaKenya Nicole Craig, Jun Fang, Edward Joseph Gonzalez, Emad Adnan Jadallah, John William MacTaggart, Brian Charles Magyar, Khaled Waleed Malass, Shaquinta Monique Mobley, Eiman Ahmed Osseilan, Carolina D. Portugal, Angela L. Price, Katie Demott Scherger, Lexington Randolph Shelley III, Carson Jeffery Smith, Stephen Albert Taylor, Lesley Nicole Truesdale and Kejia Wei.

Master of Business Administration Accounting,

Wendy Alexis Burnes, Kenneth Gerald Cargain, Yuying Du, Emelia Gauthier Howell, Jonathan Matthew Jones, Liyan Lin, Siye Liu, Ximeng Ma, Narcisse Israel Mondesir, Fangzhou Qin, Lanita Denise Slaughter, Jaamal Raishawn Whittington, Qinyi Yang, Qing Ye and Jiamin Zha.

College of Education

Master of Arts in Teaching

Alexandria Matheny Allen, Jessica Marie Anderson, Myra Adair Boulware, Kimberly Michelle Cash, Ricki Burns Debs, Amy Carrie Fabel, Katherine Anne Gorsuch, Katie Ellen Horrigan, Amanda Shaw Hughes, Carol Elaine Inglis, Rachel Marie Ivey, Rickey Lynn Langdale Jr., Allison Marie Lanka, Jessica Holly Larkin, Arminda Louise Nott, David L. O’Neal, Matthew Scott Ryan, Sarah Jane Walker, Katherine Michele Ware, Frances Christena Wilson and Laura Ruth Zellmer.

Master of Education

Justin Jamar Adams, Ola Essa Alhawil, Cheryl Myers Allran, Nayeede Therese Bailey, Erin Byrdic Baker, Renva Letitia Davis, Joshua Thomas Beckham, Lucy Brockman Bedenbaugh, Lauren Rebecca Bell, Kristen Lucille Boone, Laura Lynn Borell, Jay Alexander Caskey, Christopher Allen Chandler, Alexis Rose Breen, Demetrius Bernard Cofield, Karena Edwina Curry, Hannah Marie Davis, Kimberly Wiley Dillard, Danielle Cheree Dix, Jeannie Lee Durham, Jerry B. Dye Jr., Jeremy Everette Eller, Evan Brent Feemster, LaGina Felicia Flowers, Colleen Evette Gillis, Todd Joseph Goff, Renee F. Golz, Erin Alexis Graham, Bethany Lynn Gullion, Michelle Renee Haston, Brian Keith Hammond, Cameron Scott Heiliger, Amy Elizabeth Hill, Susan Harris Hooper, Tina Walker Infinger, Brenda Patterson Ishmael;

James Michael Jerrell, Meredith Gale Johnson, Robert Thomas Jordan Jr., Kimberly Ledbetter Morris, Meaghan Green Loftus, Lacinda Allese Mapp, Mary Elizabeth Martin, Britni Ann McCaughey, Lauren Elaine McGuire, Mark Robert McHugh, ShaQuenna Potts McLaughlin, Roger A. Miller, Sarah Ann Miller, Ryan Quantrell Milling, Kaz Muhammad, Charles Wayne Newton, Alycia A. Nikolaus, Jessica Ambrose Norwood, Amy Marie O’Bryan, Ryan Kenneth Parks, Lori-Ann C. Phelan, Diane Takata Powell, Krystine Anne Ptacek, Jeremiah Benjamin Robertson, Lindsay Michele Schultz, Brittany LaShay Simmons, Keith Lee Sinclair, Olivia Ward Smith, Stella Marie Smith, Tiffany Rochelle Smith, Keesa Teasley Stewart, Jessica Hollis Thorn, April Yvonne Ulmer, Damon Russell Ward and Heather Leigh Williams.

Master of Science

Jennola Christine Aiken, Blythe Watson Brakeville, Christopher Wade Brock, Carlie Ann Clark, Bryan Andrew Mery and Kaley Marie Viola.

College of Visual and Performing Arts

Master of Arts

Arica Lee James and Jamil Dyair Steele.

Master of Fine Arts

Lino Azevedo, Jonathan Edward Hoffman, Bridget Michelle Kirkland and Janet Ann Lasher.

Master of Music

Arthur John Haecker IV, Sarah Elizabeth Hann, John Norman Kaneklides, Zachary Shay Miller and Christine Leimer Van Arsdale.

Master of Music Education

LaToya Rahchele Johnson.

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