COLUMBUS—A local author, poet and librarian will be the feature speaker of Dr. D’s Brain Jam Sunday, Aug. 25 at 6 p.m.
C.T. Salazar hopes to shed light on the fastest-growing sub-genre in American Literature in “Chicano Voices in the 21st Century.”
“The discussion will be focused on what Chicano literature is doing today: how’s it’s responding to hate rhetoric and how it’s wrestling with ideas of American-ness. The Brain Jam will be a conglomeration of lecture, open discussion and poetry performance,” said Salazar.
Salazar is the author of “This Might Have Meant Fire.” His poems have been featured in Beloit Poetry Journal, The Cincinnati Review, RHINO, Grist, 32 Poems and the Tampa Review. He holds a master's degree in fine arts in creative writing from Mississippi University for Women and is an incoming candidate for a masters of library and information science at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Dr. D’s Brain Jam is a series that hopes to provide entertaining and educational topics to connect experts with the community.
Brain Jam is held at Three Sisters Pie Co. 422 Main Street, Columbus, Mississippi. The series is free and open to the public and is co-sponsored by The W’s Department of History, Political Science and Geography and Three Sister Pie Co.
In September, Dr. D’s Brain Jam will feature local poet Dr. Travis Hagey Sept. 29 at 6 p.m.
For more information, please email Dr. Kristi DiClemente, assistant professor of History at The W, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 22, 2019Contact: Tyler Wheat(662) email@example.com
COLUMBUS, Miss.— In Mississippi University for Women’s fall Forum Series hosted by the Gordy Honors College, speakers including a philosopher, a palliative care specialist and an expert on volunteerism will invite audiences to consider their care for others.
On Aug.29, in “What's Wrong with Disabilities?,” Dr. Josh Dohmen, assistant professor of philosophy, will discuss how disabilities come to be, interactions between disabled and non-disabled persons and ethical considerations that arise from these interactions. Dohmen has written and lectured extensively on both disabilities and the prison system, and his essay “‘A Little of Her Language’: Epistemic Injustice and Mental Disability” won the 2016 Essay Prize from Res Philosophica.On Sept.12, in “Is It Really OK to Die?,”Debra Rhinewalt, RN, BSN, CHPN will discuss palliative care and the decisions patients and their families must make about goals of care and quality of life when facing serious or terminal diagnoses. Rhinewalt is director of the Council on Nursing Practice of the Mississippi Nurses' Association and Palliative Care Clinical Coordinator at Baptist Memorial Hospital Golden Triangle. This event is in conjunction with The W's Common Reading Initiative focus on “When Breath Becomes Air,” neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi's memoir about being diagnosed with cancer at age 36, and is co-sponsored by the College of Nursing & Health Sciences.On Sept. 26, Dr. Sarah Petschonek, founder and CEO of Volunteer Odyssey, will discuss “How to Develop Leadership Skills through Volunteerism.” Petschonek founded Volunteer Odyssey after completing her project Mission Memphis: 30 Consecutive Days Volunteering with 30 Non-Profits, chronicled on her blog, Confessions of a Volunteer, and conducting a cross-country volunteer tour researching volunteerism in nine U.S. cities from Portland, Oregon, to Jacksonville, Florida. Volunteer Odyssey now links volunteers to opportunities with 60+ nonprofits throughout Memphis. Petschonek was named as one of Memphis Flyer’s 20 Under 30 and American Express’ 50 Under 40 Social Entrepreneurs.On Oct.24, in the Series' annual focus on study abroad and away, faculty and students who studied in Spain and Scotland will discuss the greatest lessons learned in combining study with travel.
The Series will also feature research presentations by senior honors students Nov. 21 and Dec. 5.
All presentations are free and open to the community and begin at 6 p.m. in Nissan Auditorium. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call (662)241-6850, or visit http://web.muw.edu/honors/forum.
For Immediate ReleaseAugust 21, 2019
Forum series focuses on care for others
Columbus, Miss.- The Blues Week excitement continues with a busy Tuesday night.
At 6 p.m., the Second Annual Late Nite at the Rec sponsored by the Office of Development and Alumni will kick off a fun-filled slate of activities.“Tonight's open house, Late Nite at the Rec, is about the students getting to know their campus recreation,” said Melissa Parsons, associate director, business, student & member services for the Office of Campus Recreation. “We encourage all to come out to get a bird’s eye view of what will appeal to them. Where some may want to jump in on our Glow POUND, others might feel more comfortable on a weight bench participating in our Bench Press competition. Either way, we're excited to open the doors and offer a fun night of camaraderie and activities.”The event, which will feature Meet the Owls from all of the schools’ sports teams, will kick off in Pohl Gymnasium.After that, everyone is encouraged to make their way to the Stark Recreation Center (at street level) for an open house at 7 p.m. The open house will feature a fun night of activities and prize winning opportunities.This year, students will have an opportunity to get cards and participate in basketball (Pohl Gymnasium), volleyball (Stark Gymnasium), racquetball (Stark racquetball court), table tennis (atrium), billiards (atrium), track run (second floor in Pohl), dance (atrium), soccer (Pohl), Glow POUND (Stark aerobic studio at 7:30 p.m.), and bench press (at front of strength and conditioning room).Students also will be able to check out “The Cage,” which is the new functional fitness room in the Stark Recreation Center. The students will check off each area they participate in to be entered into a drawing for prizes.Following the event, Residence Housing’s Project Neon will be at 9 p.m. Prizes will be handed out prior to Project Neon. Winners must be present.
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COLUMBUS, Miss. -- Randy Vibrock wants all Mississippi University for Women students to be safe.
As The W’s chief of police, he has a few reminders and suggestions to offer new and returning students and everyone on campus.
“If you’re new to the campus, we want the students to become familiar with their surroundings and the campus,” Vibrock said. “If they’re from a different city or state, we would suggest the students become familiar with the city (of Columbus) layout as well. You don’t want to get lost in a place you’re uncomfortable with or that puts you in an unsafe condition.”
Students officially return to The W Saturday morning for Move-In Day. The event leads up to the first day of classes Thursday, Aug. 22. As students take part in Blues Week activities and familiarize themselves with the campus and the city of Columbus, Vibrock wants everyone to know The W’s police department is available to protect them and to serve them any way it can.
“If your vehicle needs to receive a jump and you are in a parking lot, which parking lot are you in?” Vibrock said. “What building are you next to? Our response time is going to be that much quicker if you know where you are instead of us having to find you.”
That may seem like common sense, but Vibrock encourages all students to be mindful of their surroundings. The police department is always patrolling the campus, but he said individuals play a big part in their own safety by paying attention – day or night – to what is going on around them.
If students have any issues finding their way around campus, maps of the campus are available online at muw.edu and in the University Relations office in Stovall House. There are also signs on campus that detail the names of the buildings, he added.
Vibrock said members of his staff will provide walking assistance for students on campus. He also said the Night Owls program provides transportation for students, faculty and staff from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. seven days a week. Anyone who would like a ride should call the police department, state their name and their location and have their IDs ready for the student driver to take them where they want to go.
“An officer’s two primary responsibilities are to protect and to serve,” Vibrock explained. “Fortunately, we don’t have to do too much protecting here because things here are typically pretty calm and safe, so we really get to focus on our serving.”
With so much going on campus, Vibrock encourages students to use good judgment.
“Typically a good rule of thumb is if it is somewhere you wouldn’t go or if it is something you wouldn’t do back home Monday night at 2 a.m., don’t do it on campus.”
The police department’s traffic office in McDevitt Hall is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Officers are on campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Emergency dispatchers are located in the welcome building at the main gate. They answer the telephones round the clock.
Additional general safety tips shared by Vibrock:• Report suspicious activity; report in a timely manner• Be aware of your surroundings at all times; don’t be distracted by your cell phone• Walk on well-lit/commonly used walkways• Avoid walking alone if possible• Pedestrians should always use crosswalks• Become familiar with the layout of campus and the city• Always secure your residence and vehicle• Keep valuables secured and out of plain view
If anyone on campus needs assistance or has an emergency, you can reach The W Police Department at (662) 241-7777, or call 911.
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Sidney Stewart knows how to get the word out.
Even though Stewart is pursuing a double major of political science and legal studies at Mississippi University for Women, she easily could pass for a marketing or a communications student.
“I would definitely say I am a people person,” said Stewart, a junior from Winfield, Alabama. “I have had people on campus tell me they can hear me before they see me.”
Stewart will put those people skills to use again this year during The W’s Blues Week, which will serve as the official welcome and start of the 2019-20 school year. Stewart will work again as a resident adviser and will help organize the Rave, a dance party with a DJ, at 9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20, at the Stark Recreation Center back yard.
Two years ago, the Rave was held indoors. Last year, it was held in the fenced-in area outside of the Rec Center. While Stewart acknowledges it was hot, she enjoyed the atmosphere with 100-150 students. She hopes to help publicize the event as much as she can in the next few weeks so even more students experience one of the most fun parts of Blues Week.
“It definitely was a proud moment when you sit back and see what you helped create and contributed to and how we were able to bring smiles to peoples’ faces,” Stewart said of the 2018 Rave. “It also is a sweet moment because I look back and remember who my Blues Week leaders were when I was a freshman and you get happy because you’re making that same impact.”
Stewart called Blues Week “prime time” because it is about meeting people and making new friends. She said her personality allows her to meet new people all of the time, but she said she gets to do that during Blues Week more than any other time of the year because there are so many things going on.
Blues Week isn’t the only time Stewart meets new people. As president of the Troubadour Social Club, she said she also enjoys meeting new students and telling them about the social clubs at The W and the myriad opportunities to get involved. Stewart also holds a position on the Residence Hall Association executive board, so she will be busy in the next month making sure all of the details are covered for Blues Week. Until then, Stewart will be busy spreading the word about the Rave and everything on the Blues Week schedule.
“These next two years being a part of Blues Week I hope to continue to get better reaching out to people and getting them involved because they might be hesitant to get involved,” Stewart said. “At the Rave, you’re not supposed to know everybody, or even anybody, but at the end of the night the important part is you leave knowing more people than you knew when you showed up.”
There will be training for Blues Week from 1-5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, in the Cochran Limbert Assembly Room. Blues Week will kick off at 9 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 17, with Move-In Day. Activities and events will run through Friday, Aug. 23. A schedule for Blues Week will be available at www.muw.edu. Classes start Thursday, Aug. 22.
This year, the Taste of the Town Food Fair joins other activities like the Shaving Cream Fight (4:30 p.m., Monday, Aug. 18, at the Gazebo) and Meet the Owls (6 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 20, at Pohl Gymnasium) to provide a mix of traditional and new ideas as part of Blues Week.
If anyone is interested in volunteering, the Office of Housing and Residence Life is looking for more volunteers to help welcome students back to campus from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 17. If you are interested, contact Andrew Moneymaker, director of Housing and Residence Life, at email@example.com.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAugust 12, 2019Contact: Adam Minichinoacminichino@muw.edu(662) 329-1976
COLUMBUS, Miss.-- The Mississippi Board of Nursing Executive Director Phyllis Polk Johnson addressed Mississippi University for Women graduates at today’s commencement.
Johnson began by drawing inspiration from Eleanor Roosevelt, first lady of the United States 1933-1945. Quoting Roosevelt, Johnson said, “You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, ‘I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.’”
She emphasized that each new life experience is an opportunity to better one’s self.
“I gain confidence when I have completed a task and I’ve done it to the best of my ability. Those wins remind me that I can take the next thing that comes along,” explained Johnson.
She reminded the soon-to-be graduates that they have learned, earned and deserve to be celebrated for completing, “this giant leap.”
While students might have learned technical terms and strategies that may propel them to the top of their profession, Johnson hoped most of all that they learned to care.
She added, “Caring educators create better learning environments. Caring healthcare professionals create better healthcare outcomes. Caring business leaders create better economics in which to live. Caring political leaders create better living environments for our families.”
Johnson continued with the words of Martin Luther King Jr., “Not everybody can be famous. But everybody can be great, because greatness is determined by service…”
In closing, Johnson advised the graduates, “Whatever your chosen profession is--do it to the best of your ability. Serve those people in your charge. Serve them with a joyous heart and a willing spirit. Love what you do, and you will never work a day in your life. Serve your community.”
A native of Carthage, Johnson attended South Leake High School in Walnut Grove, where she graduated as salutatorian of her class. She received her bachelor of science of nursing, graduating cum laude from The W. She also earned her master of science in nursing degree from The W. She attended Jackson State University, earning her master of science degree in biology with an emphasis in genetics and molecular biology.
Johnson is a member of several professional organizations, including the Mississippi Association of Nurse Practitioners, Mississippi Nurses Association, American Nurses Association and Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society.
She served on the Licensure Compact Executive Committee Board of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. In July 2018, she was selected as one of the 50 Leading Business Women in the state of Mississippi by the Mississippi Business Journal. This culminated in her being selected as the 2019 Mississippi Business Journal Business Woman of the Year in February 2019. In 2013, she retired from the United States Navy Reserves at the rank of commander. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., where she is active in the Jackson Mississippi Alumnae Chapter.
Approximately 379 candidates applied for August graduation. Conferring of degrees for graduates of the College of Arts, Sciences and Education, the College of Business and Professional Studies and the College of Nursing and Health Sciences began at 2 p.m. in Rent Auditorium, Whitfield Hall.
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Mississippi University for Women has announced the list of candidates to be conferred with degrees during the Summer Commencement Ceremony on August 9, 2019.
| Master of Business Administration | Master of Fine Arts | Master of Public Health | Master of Science in Nursing |
| Bachelor of Arts | Bachelor of Applied Science | Bachelor of Business Administration | Bachelor of Fine Arts | Bachelor of Professional Studies | Bachelor of Science | Bachelor of Science in Nursing |
Candidates for Degrees with Honors | Candidates with Latin Honors |
Ellen Gresham Dodson
Amanda Courtney Clark Ashley Elizabeth Hewitt Sally Cassady Lyon Ruta Marcinkenaite Robin Taylor Murphy Thomas Brown Richardson
Jasmine J. Coleman Ellen Kathryn Joiner Steven A. McCorkle Alexander B. Roberts Shantyka Walton
Michaeline Bailey Ashley Kaye Barber Larisa Bell Jennifer Chism Bolen Allison Antici Britt Casie Naomi Brown Shada Breeze Burroughs Chunn Komalben H. Desai Catherine Shelli EldridgeMelissa Floyd Laken N. Fulcher Leigh Gault Grace Henson Shelby Jackson Mackinzie Nelson Lee Chelsea Erin Lyle Sabrina McClain Jessica Elizabeth McGee Mari C. Minga Rhagen Hopper Nelson Kristin B. Patterson Jenna Brooke Pugh Fred Rayburn Jr. Lydia R. Rice Kaitlyn Long Smith Benjamin Spencer Kimberly Mitchell Word Eric Leron Yarbrough
Ambernicia Collins Taylor Mackenzie Corder Emily Elizabeth Cromwell Kerri Anna Fortenberry Katie Ruth Funderburk Erin Jo Galey Chelsea S. Griffin Austin R. Hollis Sydney Rayben Lee Misty Marquise Morgan Shanteka Rochelle Needom Drew Boyd Wallace
Latisha A. Eiland Rebecca L. Griffin Sonya J. James Tammy McClain Kathryn Moore Takashi Moore Sr. Jamie Parker
Taylor Lee-Ann Moore Katherine Anne Stoddard
Abigail Tuesdae Huss
Christi Michelle Maurer
Andrea Jean Brown Patrick Cook Desiree Farr Kaneisha Shante Gooden Dameia D. Graham Demyia R. Graham Laneisha Danielle Green Gabriel Gross Courtney N. Hadley Catrell Johnson Rebecca Johnson William Jones Draden Matthew Meggs Chadliss Mali Mosby Courtavia Nicholson Jalesiya Itiyana Perryman Shelby Nicole Richardson LaChunda Danette Sparks Cornelcia D. Taylor Uerasyah Weatherspoon Carolyn Kendall Wilkinson Dallas Keith Willis
Erinn Kelsey Adams Karlye Jo Adams Katlynne Lindsey Adams Casey Lynn Adkins Caitlin E. Aldridge Katherine Nana Lee Aldridge Charlsi Clair Allen Tamara L. Anderson Katrina Andrews Antwinette Renee Bailey Denetrius Ameria Banks Courtney Barnes Jenny Rogers Baucum Kathy Slaton Beasley Bobbi Beck Dawn Marie Begner Shanta Alese Benson Daphne Bishop Heather Black Clarissa Booker Aaron W. Bowman Haley D. Brasel Laci Brasher Saraya Braun Rashunda Breland Nicklaus Fritzgerald Brisco Ashley Shanel Brown Judy Marie Brown Rikita Shantae Brown Wesley B. Bruce Robert Bucci Everley Brooke Bumpas Ashton Victoria Bunch Ryan Harlan Burns Keisha Danielle Burnside Mason Brent Caldwell Benjamin Calvery Tiffany N. Campbell Latasha Sharae Carothers Abigail Annette Carson Coretta L. Carter Irvin Chamberlain Jr. Ashley Eden Chandler Joshua Adam Choate April Marie Clark Nadia Shanise Clark Shatasha Collins Ericka N. Cook Jennifer Lauren Cook Allison M. Cooley Charity Seless Covington Christy Crawford Brandilyn Brandi Davis Collins Clyne Davis Kenyata S. Davis Pamela Vondetta Davis Chavon Shaunte Denham Zaleas Dent Sara Kelli Dodd Patricia Esther Drinkwater Robbie Dewayne Earnest Melissa Dale Edwards Briana Bernice Elam Rachel Jane Elder Cody L. Ellis Jamillah C. Ellis Adriana Esguerra Tyeshia Sade' Essix Victoria Shaw Evans Chiquita Yvette Ezell Joseph Cassidy Farr Jennifer Sue Felan Kiara Nicole Felix Emily Feltman Sandra Lindsey Pope Ferguson Cornelia R. Fisher Courtney J. Floyd Meri Morgan Fortune Marly Kate Foster Timothy Chase Foster Kristie Michele Foy Kelsie Prather Furr Shannika L. Gibson Ashley Nicole Gilkey Shenita Rochelle Gillespie Erica Goldman Athsicia Gooden Briannica Gooden Emma Goodwin Mari Anna Goodwin Bobbie Govan Brionna D. Gray Kelsey Briana Gray Morgan Leann Gray Tina J. Gray Jennifer Green Brittany Carol Gregory Crystal Danielle Griffing Lauren Grimes Lesley Nicole Guajardo Garcia Francisca Consuelo Guerrero Malika Shuntae Gunn Shanta Hall Lisa M. Hallmark Katrina Hampton Shelia Harden Claire E. Harrelson Shremer Amanda Harris Ashley Hatcher Danielle Nicole Hawkins Alicia Catheron Hazzard Beverly Hearn Lauren Helton Jamaal Rochon Hill Dana Torri Hilton Dava S. Holifield Keiara C. Holloway Stephanie L. Hoover Abby Lucille Horner Lauren Horrocks Angel W. Horton Chance Michell Howell Jamelmenique Unkiroshay Hoy Shatasha K. Hubbard Frances Hudson Victoria Morgan Huggins Alexandria Jade Hutson Adrianna Jackson Lakiesha Joy Jackson Lethea Jackson Brittney Leeann James Hunter James Jade Elizabeth James Jazmine K. Jelks Kayla Ann Jenkins Gregory Antonio Johnson Katina Latreace Johnson Vernice Johnson Amanda Shay Jones Jaretta Jones Tamisha Jones Tarneshia Jones Travis Tyler Jones LaBrittany J. Jordan Victoria Lauren Joseph Brandy Nicole Katzenmeyer Kristan Shirley Kelly Joshua Glenn Kennedy Verneisa Joyce Kilgore Elaina D. Kingsley Elizabeth A. Kissire Jessica L. Klark Jada Mariah Lagrone Sandra Denise Lampkin Ronald Stephen LaVigne III Daphney Denise Lee Madison Taylor Leggett Jessica Jean Lewis Joy Lewis Stephanie Marie Lewis Debra Lindsey Helen Paige Long Madison Chance Lovern Cameron Danielle Lowe Savannah Brittany Lowrey Pilar Lyas Joshua Tyler Maness Mikayla Joyann Manus Margaret Marlar Maggie Grace Martin Kaitlyn Taylor Mathews Dana Britton Mathis Camrie D. Mayo Tina Kaye McAdams Lorey Ann McAllister Zoria Leanne McCarty Corey Montese McCloud Raven S. McCracken Hannah Locke McDaniel Aar'rin Marie McDougal Natasha McGraw Lashondia R. Mcgrew Keyaira Chavonta McKinley Andi K. McNeece Kimberly Reigh Measels Ekeista Miller Erin Mikayla Miller Mary Paxton Miller Kandi Moody Stephanie Moore Courtney Brooke Moreland James B. Morgan Memory Daniell Morris Raegan Mobley Morris Christian Michael Moss Stephanie LeAnn Munn Amanda L. Nagy Christina Neely Towanna Rachell Nelson Kelly Victoria Nickoles Kashonna Janeal Norton Helen Oniovos Chinah Marie Oswalt Victoria Gabrielle Park Kimberly Nicole Parnell Shannon Parrish Kristen D. Patton Brittany LeAnn Pearson Skylar Marie Pearson Allison Pitts Brittney Rebecca Porter Dana Prado Montana Kaitlyn Prejean Tracy Yolanda Presswood Brandon Wayne Quinn Cindy Quinn Tiffany Andrea Quinn William Fowler Quinn Francesca Denise Rainey John Morgan Ramsey Breann Mae Rhudy Kaitlyn Louise Richardson Katelyn Stalnaker Richardson Brittany Kirsten Robertson Alisha D. Robinson Jessica Louise Robinson Megan Haley Robinson Kristle Letrice Rockett Gregory Blake Rowland Aleshia N. Rush Wesley Guy Russell India K. Sanders Tiara Nicole Sanders Marcia Renee Sexton KaShaye Yvonne Shaw Mary Sheley Breonka Nicole Simpson Jessica Lynn Sims Brianna Sloan Cheryl Small Anna Marie Smith Deborah Nicole Smith Janai Rashada Smith Jasmine Smith Kellie Jo Smith Marecia Spearman Alexia Arielle Stallings Kimberly Danett Steele Zoltan Stefko Joni Palmer Stewart Nanette Stewart Troy Neal Stinnett Laura Catherine Storment Victoria JoAnn Stribling Tammy N. Sullivan Hee Taitano Emily Lauren Taylor Emma Katelyn Taylor Myesha Terrell Kayla Thomas Melissa Thompson Pamela G. Thompson Mary Elizabeth Thorman Sheara LaDonn Tobias Courtney Taylor Nicole Tullos Olivia Tyler Vanderford Kayla Shalee Walker Lauren E. Walker Cyneiceya Annette Wallace Erin Elizabeth Ward Chandra Renee Warren Katherine Dawn Warren Ayanna Noel Washington Jawanza Kobie Watson Pamela Hemrick Watson Shaquanda Slaughter Wells Helen Whatley Darlene White Jonathan Irron White Takima Javeese White Amanda Leann Williams Chasity M. Williams Kellie Dawn Williams Kyla Ann Alexis Williams Latacia Winter Nancy Warren Wofford Jaslyn Woods
Demyia R. Graham Honors in Biology
Sydney Rayben Lee Honors in English
Charlsi Clair Allen Mason Brent Caldwell Morgan Leann Gray Elizabeth A. Kissire Cameron Danielle Lowe Savannah Brittany Lowrey Camrie D. Mayo Tina Kaye McAdams Emma Katelyn Taylor
Nicklaus Fritzgerald Brisco Rachel Jane Elder Brionna D. Gray Gabriel Gross Stephanie L. Hoover Victoria Morgan Huggins Adrianna Jackson Madison Taylor Leggett Helen Paige Long William Fowler Quinn Alisha D. Robinson Courtney Taylor Nicole Tullos Lauren E. Walker Cyneiceya Annette Wallace Erin Elizabeth Ward Kyla Ann Alexis Williams
Katlynne Lindsey Adams Katherine Nana Lee Aldridge Caitlin E. Aldridge Courtney Barnes Dawn Marie Begner Shanta Alese Benson Daphne Bishop Heather Black Andrea Jean Brown Wesley B. Bruce Ryan Harlan Burns Keisha Danielle Burnside Benjamin Calvery Abigail Annette Carson Nadia Shanise Clark Allison M. Cooley Collins Clyne Davis Robbie Dewayne Earnest Victoria Shaw Evans Joseph Cassidy Farr Sandra Lindsey Pope Ferguson Cornelia R. Fisher Courtney J. Floyd Meri Morgan Fortune Timothy Chase Foster Marly Kate Foster Ashley Nicole Gilkey Athsicia Gooden Mari Anna Goodwin Bobbie Govan Demyia R. Graham Kelsey Briana Gray Tina J. Gray Crystal Danielle Griffing Francisca Consuelo Guerrero Katrina Hampton Claire E. Harrelson Ashley Hatcher Danielle Nicole Hawkins Alicia Catheron Hazzard Beverly Hearn Lauren Helton Alexandria Jade Hutson Brittney Leeann James Jade Elizabeth James Jazmine K. Jelks Kayla Ann Jenkins Katina Latreace Johnson Kristan Shirley Kelly Joshua Glenn Kennedy Jessica L. Klark Sydney Rayben Lee Margaret Marlar Maggie Grace Martin Kimberly Reigh Measels Erin Mikayla Miller Ekeista Miller Kandi Moody James B. Morgan Memory Daniell Morris Amanda L. Nagy Helen Oniovos Victoria Gabrielle Park Jamie Parker Shannon Parrish Kristen D. Patton Allison Pitts Cindy Quinn Kaitlyn Louise Richardson Megan Haley Robinson Wesley Guy Russell Jessica Lynn Sims Deborah Nicole Smith Jasmine Smith Marecia Spearman Kimberly Danett Steele Joni Palmer Stewart Troy Neal Stinnett Pamela G. Thompson Sheara LaDonn Tobias Olivia Tyler Vanderford Ayanna Noel Washington Pamela Hemrick Watson Uerasyah Weatherspoon Darlene White Chasity M. Williams Kellie Dawn Williams Latacia Winter Nancy Warren Wofford
Latin honors based on MUW and Overall GPA as of July 1, 2019 for first baccalaureate degrees only. Some honors may change based on the final GPA.
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