St. Tammany Parish people are finding out for academic degrees at schools and universities during the United States, and two or a few moments a year, some of them complete up function on their degrees. The adhering to citizens were being awarded theirs this spring, and the information outlined beneath was no matter what the personal schools supplied for each and every graduate.
The College of Alabama awarded degrees to Covington inhabitants, Madison Castleberry and Diana Darr, bachelor’s levels Ryan McKenzie, learn of company administration and Samantha Zelden, learn of science Slidell citizens Breana Clayton, bachelor of science, and Laura Carrasquilla, grasp of enterprise administration Mandeville residents Olivia Frederick, bachelor of arts Miles Gray, commerce and small business administration Vaughn Matthews, human environmental sciences and John Thompson, commerce and company administration Folsom resident Tyler Babcock, a master’s in small business administration, and Abita Springs resident Mary Hayden, a bachelor of science diploma.
Anna Yue, of Slidell, gained a bachelor’s degree in laptop or computer engineering, with best honors, from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
Leiah Johnson, also of Slidell, been given her bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia.
Jonathan Hansen, of Abita Springs, graduated from Cedarville College in Ohio with an undergraduate degree in promoting.
Calin Smith, of Mandeville, graduated from Wallace Group College in Dothan, Alabama.
Lathan Brooke Dennis, of Slidell, acquired an affiliate of arts degree, and Travis Eugene Moore, also of Slidell, acquired a bachelor’s diploma in business enterprise administration from the University of Maryland World Campus.
7 St. Tammany people graduated this spring from Hinds Local community University in Mississippi, like Justin Stevens, of Folsom Sean Solomon, of Madisonville John Leard, of Pearl River and John Broden, Eric Moorman, Scotti Rate and Trevon Watts, all of Slidell.