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TSU Alum Donates $30,000 for Student Support as President Glover Gives Upbeat Report on Progress at the Institution

President Glover, joined by Director of Alumni Relations, Cassandra Griggs, left; and Betsy Jackson, Director of University Foundation, receive a check for $30,000 from Roosevelt Bud Reese as his personal donation to Tennessee State University for student support. (photo by John Cross, TSU Media Relations)
President Glover, joined by Director of Alumni Relations, Cassandra Griggs, left, and Betsy Jackson, Executive Director of University Foundation, receives a check for $30,000 from Roosevelt Bud Reese as his personal donation to Tennessee State University for student support. (photo by John Cross, TSU Media Relations)

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Just minutes after Tennessee State University President Glenda Glover gave a cheerful report of progress at the institution and thanked alumni and friends for their support, a former student stepped up with a sizable individual donation to his alma mater.

Roosevelt Bud Reese, who earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees at TSU, presented the President with a check for $30,000 from his CMI Foundation for student support, and challenged his fellow alumni to follow suit by giving to the University.

“We applaud your generosity and continued support of TSU,” Dr. Glover told Reese during a reception given by the President Friday night at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Memphis. “We are grateful for this gift that will be used to provide quality education for our students.”

In addition to Reese, many of his family members have either earned degrees or are current students of TSU. His brother, Stanley, Business Administration; daughter Candice, Business Administration; and son Chris, Criminal Justice, have all graduated. Grandson Shawn is currently an Aviation Management major at TSU.

“Tennessee State University has educated my whole family, and this is just a way to give back,” Reese said. “As a two-time graduate of TSU, I know what quality education can lead to, and I just want to make sure others get the opportunity I was afforded.”

Earlier, President Glover told the gathering of alumni, corporate and individual supporters, friends, faculty and staff that the University was making tremendous progress from improvements in recruitment, retention and graduation, to enhancements in campus safety and emergency management.

“Enrollment for the new academic year is now more that 9,000, and TSU is the only TBR institution that has not experienced a drop in enrollment for two years in a roll,” Dr. Glover told the gathering to a rousing applause. “We have also initiated programs to help students stay in school and graduate on time.”

As a measure to reduce financial burden on students, Dr. Glover reported on the University’s Book Bundle initiative, a digital cutting-edge program aimed at lowering the cost of traditional textbooks. The plan allows freshman and sophomore students to buy “e-books” (downloaded on a tablet) for general education classes, saving students up to $735 per semester.

On retention and graduation, the President spoke about the University’s new Take 15 initiative that encourages students to take at least 15 credits each semester to graduate in four years, as well as the 3+1 program, a dual (college/high school) enrollment program.

Dr. Glover also announced the TSU Community College Initiative aimed at creating a seamless transition of two-year degree holders to TSU. Through this initiative, Dr. Glover said, TSU is reaching out to all 13 community colleges around the state to develop long-lasting partnerships and relationships through “2+2” or dual enrollment efforts.

“Just yesterday, we signed a Student Transfer Partnership Agreement with Southwest Tennessee Community College right here in Memphis, my home town,” she said

In other areas that also drew cheers from the gathering, including state lawmakers and community leaders, the President disclosed that the University has raised more than $9.5 million in giving to the University since she arrived on campus about 18 months ago.

“Our corporate partners, community stakeholders, alumni, faculty, staff and individuals have been very generous and supportive of our plea for support,” said Dr. Glover, who presented a check for $50,000 to her alma mater as her “first order of business” when she became president in 2012, challenging other alumni to follow suit.

“We thank you for your support and for buying into our vision to make TSU the best it can be,” Dr. Glover added.

 

 

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Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 42 undergraduate, 24 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

Tennessee State University to Sign Memorandum of Understanding with Southwest Tennessee Community College

Agreement to Build Partnership, Pipeline of Students to TSU

 

UpdatedFullLogoNASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University will soon make it easier for West Tennessee community college students to attend the University and transfer all credits when TSU and Southwest Tennessee Community College sign an agreement to provide greater educational opportunities and services for students transferring between institutions.

swLogoThe two institutions will sign a Student Transfer Partnership Agreement Thursday, Sept. 11 that guarantees all the courses Southwest students complete on the Tennessee Transfer Pathways (TTP) will be accepted at TSU and count toward a baccalaureate degree. The agreement also awards 10 two-year full TSU scholarships in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines.

The signing ceremony will take place on Southwest’s Macon Cove Campus in the Bornblum Library as part of TSU’s community outreach during the Annual Southern Heritage Classic celebration.

According to TSU President Glenda Glover, TSU has always had a strong presence in the West Tennessee area. The University, she said, wants to continue to build on the strong partnerships established in West Tennessee, and will now build stronger ties with SWTCC. The agreement strengthens the pipeline of students from the region to the University.

“We are excited to expand our educational opportunities for residents in the western part of the state and beyond,” said Dr. Glover. “They will have additional choices for aligning associate degrees with bachelor degrees through Tennessee State University. The relationship we are establishing is about the two institutions empowering our students to be successful.”

The terms of the agreement include the awarding of 10 two-year full TSU scholarships in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The scholarships begin fall 2015 and include tuition, room and board. The partnership also contains a dual admissions component that builds on the Tennessee Transfer Pathways, which was designed to help community college students plan for transferring to a Tennessee public university, such as TSU, to complete their baccalaureate degree.

According to University officials, TSU is now creating more partnerships and programs with community colleges, such as SWTCC around the state to help students transfer seamlessly to the University to complete a four-year degree. Under the Community College Initiative, students have more options to move them along through their educational career.

Dr. Sharon Peters, director of the Community College Initiative Program, said the new initiative “just makes sense and is truly one of those win-win situations for everyone involved.”

“More and more students are choosing to pursue community college, as opposed to a university, right out of high school or as a nontraditional student because community colleges tuition costs are 50 percent less than four-year institutions,” said Peters. “Once they get their associate degree they will enter TSU as a junior and spend two years here, providing them with an opportunity to get their four-year degree from TSU.”

According to a report from the National Center for Education Statistics, as of fall 2012, 40 percent of all college undergraduates were enrolled in community colleges. TSU, added Peters, is committed to partnering with the Tennessee community colleges to create programs and initiatives focused on increasing the number of students prepared for transfer to the University.

“These programs and initiatives raise student achievement levels, close achievement gaps and successfully prepare a diverse population of students for academic and professional success,” said Peters. “Transfer preparation programs provide services such as regular and sustained advising, mentoring and early identification to improve student outcomes.”

According to Peters, the University is reaching out to all 13 community colleges around the state to develop long-lasting partnerships and relationships. Currently there are agreements with Volunteer State, Nashville State, Columbia State, Motlow State Community Colleges, and soon Southwest Tennessee Community College. There are hopes to sign agreements with four additional institutions within the next year.

These new relationships and initiatives, Peters added, are programs that specifically focus on the Community Colleges and their needs, but also the needs of the larger community. And with Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam’s “Drive to 55” education initiative, TSU is prime to help lead the way for not only higher education, but for workforce and economic development.

“Of course we want to see growth in the number of transfer students that choose TSU, and a growth in the number of partnerships. More importantly we want to see partnerships between community college faculty and university faculty whereby they engage in joint research and curriculum design,” Peters said. “These types of partnerships benefit the students, the community and the state in our effort to insure that the majority of our citizens have a college degree.”

 

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 42 undergraduate, 24 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

Upcoming TSU Gala More Than Glitz and Glamour

Annual event to raise scholarship dollars for students with real needs

 

 

Lauren Wiggins
Lauren Wiggins

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Lauren Wiggins says she learned a life lesson in high school that continues to follow her even today. That lesson: people aren’t concerned about your excuses. The Atlanta native recalls a high school teacher telling her, at age 14, that she displayed the actions of a criminal because she skipped classes or arrived late. Wiggins says her explanations fell on deaf ears.

“Whenever I was late or missed class, I would let the teachers know I had been up all night taking care of my brothers or in the emergency room with them,” explains Wiggins. “I have a 19-year-old brother who is severely disabled, and a 15-year-old brother who is diagnosed with Autism and ADHD [Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder]. I’m the oldest of three, and I have been changing diapers since I was five years old.”

Wiggins says her oldest brother has cerebral palsy, epilepsy and a cerebral shunt.

“My brother has the mind of a six-month-old. His body has continued to grow since birth, but his brain hasn’t. At times all I could do was just hold him when he cried. He’s unable to communicate and is completely immobile. My choice was easy in high school, family is first.”

Today, the 21-year-old Wiggins is a rising senior at Tennessee State University with a 3.8 GPA as a Public Health major. She received a full music scholarship to TSU following high school. However, after her sophomore year, she had to make another tough decision regarding her education and family. Wiggins decided to give up the scholarship.

“Dropping out [of college] was never an option, but I was needed at home. This conflicted with my commitment to the marching band and wind ensemble. I enjoyed being in the band, but my parents are older and needed help taking care of my brother. I had to rush home several times when my mom called and said her back was out from getting him in and out of bed or his wheelchair.”

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Wiggins knew giving up the scholarship meant her family would have to struggle to pay tuition, but she was determined to stay at TSU. The University has been a part of her family for three generations. Through persistence, she found out about the TSU Foundation and was awarded a scholarship that covered nearly all her expenses for the upcoming fall semester.

“This scholarship has helped immensely, and heightened my desire to give back to Tennessee State, for other students who deserve a second chance.”

On Friday, Sept. 26, Tennessee State will hold its annual scholarship gala honoring long-time educators Drs. McDonald and Jamye Williams. Both have ties to some of TSU’s most notable alumni, including Oprah Winfrey. The event will also honor alumnus and former football player Claude Humphrey, one of the newest members inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Dr. Sharon Peters, Gala co-chairman, says while the event will honor these individuals, the primary mission is to raise funds to help students who need money to stay at the University. Students like Wiggins are one of many examples why the gala is so important.

“The gala provides the needed support for students to enroll at the University who may not otherwise have the funds to attend or who may fall short financially,” adds Peters, also director for TSU’s Community College Initiative Program. “A majority of our students need financial aid and without the help of many of our donors, these students would not have the opportunity to attend college.”

This will be TSU President Glenda Glover’s second scholarship gala while serving as the leader of one of the nation’s top HBCUs. Last year’s event had record attendance. According to University officials, more than 600 students were helped with $1.7 million worth of scholarships during the 2013-14 academic year. This represented a 76 percent increase in donations from the previous year and the University was able to award up to $965,000 in private scholarships.

“I am confident that our donors- employees, alumni, corporate partners, and friends of the University will continue to give and partner with us for this year’s scholarship gala,” says President Glover. “We have students with real needs, and the Foundation, along with the Office of Student Enrollment, has done a tremendous job in matching students with dollars. Every dollar counts and will make a difference in a student’s life. It begins with them receiving a quality education at Tennessee State.”

Wiggins says that’s exactly what she’s receiving at TSU – a quality education that has afforded her the opportunity to have internships with environmental watchdog Green Peace and the Centers for Disease Control. She beams with pride when asked what the future holds.

“I’ve lived my life around my brother’s health and wouldn’t change one single thing. I am happy to be alive and not a burden on my parents. I believe my future is bright and I owe it to my future alma mater TSU.”

Following graduation, Wiggins has her eyes set on Yale University where she plans on obtaining master’s degrees in Public Health and Environmental Science. Eventually, she hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology.

Call 615.963.5481 or visit www.tnstate.edu/scholarshipgala for more information on how you can help students like Lauren Wiggins through the 2014 Scholarship Gala. The gala takes place at Music City Center and tickets are available now to purchase.

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 42 undergraduate, 24 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

TSU Announces 2014 Homecoming Week Activities

University Celebrates Tradition of Excellence

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University will hold a week full of exciting events September 21-27 as community members, alumni and friends of the University come to Nashville to celebrate Homecoming 2014.

Homecoming is a rich, always anticipated tradition of the TSU community. Each fall, Tigers of all generations return to campus to reconnect and share memories. This year, alumni, family and community members will take part in Celebrating the Tradition of Excellence.

“There’s nothing like a Big Blue Homecoming. We look forward to welcoming all of our distinguished alumni back to the University for an exciting week filled with special memories, camaraderie and cheerful giving,” said Cassandra Griggs, director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving. “This is the opportunity for alumni to see how their alma mater continues to positively transform the lives of its students, and learn about the outstanding academic programs, talented students and campus enhancements.”

HC7While TSU has cherished and maintained certain Homecoming traditions, it has also moved forward across the century, finding new ways to celebrate pride in the institution, its students and alumni. Innovations that have sprung up over the years include the parade, pep rally, Homecoming Court, tent parties and many additional campus activities.

The annual Robert N. Murrell Oratorical Contest will officially kick off Homecoming week on Sunday, Sept. 21 beginning at 3 p.m. in the Robert N. Murrell Forum in the Floyd Payne Campus Center. The Gospel Concert rounds out the evening, beginning at 6 p.m. in Kean Hall in the Floyd Payne Campus Center.

HC6Student events highlight Monday, Sept. 22 when the Courtyard Show takes place in Welton Plaza starting at 11 a.m., followed by the Battle of the Residence Halls at 7 p.m. in the Floyd Payne Campus Center Keane Hall gymnasium.

The All-White Glow Tent party will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 23 in Welton Plaza beginning at 7 p.m. The Coronation for Miss TSU and Mr. TSU takes place Wednesday, Sept. 24 in Kean Hall. Wednesday’s activities conclude with the non-Greek organizations’ Yard Show beginning at 9 p.m. in the Averitte Amphitheater.

Homecoming continues Thursday, Sept. 25 with the Agriculture and Home Economics Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony at the Farrell-Westbrook Complex at 7 p.m. A Homecoming concert in the Gentry Complex starts at 7 p.m. and features August Alsina and Juicy J. Hosted by Lil Duval. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door for the general public. The evening concludes with the Alumni White-Out Mixer at the Sheraton Music City Hotel Ballroom.

HC1Friday, Sept. 25 kicks off with the traditional Charles Campbell Fish Fry at 11 a.m. on the President’s Lawn, followed by Pep Rally at 11:30 in Hale Stadium. The TSU National Pan-Hellenic Step Show begins at 5 p.m. at the Gentry Complex. Hosted by actress LisaRaye, tickets are $10 for students in advance, $15 at the door.

The evening concludes with the “Evening of Honors” Scholarship Reception and Gala beginning at 6 p.m. at the Music City Center. The night will honor TSU football great and Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, Claude Humphrey, and Honors program educators Drs. McDonald and Jamye Williams, who have made advancing education and student success a priority during their more than 30 years at TSU. The evening will also address the needs of students to make sure they have the proper funding to acquire a college education to pursue their career goals and aspirations.

Saturday, Sept. 27 starts with the Homecoming Parade beginning at 9 a.m., followed by the Showcase of Bands at noon at Hale Stadium. The Homecoming football game between TSU and FAMU kicks off at 6 p.m. at LP Field.

View the 2014 Schedule and the campus map. For more information, contact the Office of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving at 615.963.5381.

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

TSU Professor Creates Simulation Model to Predict Storm Surge in the Event of Hurricanes

Dr. Muhammad Akbar, assistant professor of Mechanical and Manufacturing engineering, reviews satellite imagery from Hurricane Katrina from 2005. Akbar recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct research on a simulation model that would help predict storm surge from approaching hurricanes. (photo by Rick DelaHaya, TSU Media Relations)
Dr. Muhammad Akbar, assistant professor of Mechanical and Manufacturing engineering, reviews satellite imagery from Hurricane Katrina from 2005. Akbar recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct research on a simulation model that would help predict storm surge from approaching hurricanes. (photo by Rick DelaHaya, TSU Media Relations)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – As coastal states watch the Gulf of Mexico with wary eyes for the beginning of hurricane season each year, scientists and researchers are working from different fronts to ease their anxieties.

A Tennessee State University researcher is working on a simulation model that would help predict storm surge in timely manner to better prepare coastal dwellers for the storm.

Dr. Muhammad Akbar
Dr. Muhammad Akbar

Dr. Muhammad Akbar, assistant professor of Mechanical and Manufacturing engineering, is using computational fluid dynamics and mathematical models to predict flooding caused by storm surges that bring ocean water onto land, causing major devastation, and erosion to cities and coastal wetlands.

Aided by a $209,403 grant by the National Science Foundation, Akbar is developing a simulation model that uses an “implicit solver.” While there are other models out there, this implicit model can use a larger timestep, potentially minimizing the overall prediction time.

“We input meteorological data that we receive every few hours, typically six hours, during a hurricane, and predict the surge a few days before its landfall,” Akbar said. “The model input data include the storm’s location, wind speed, pressure, and size of the hurricane eye, surface vegetation and structures,among others.

“The human element of this research can’t be overstated,” Akbar added. “We want to be able to predict the storm surge in a quicker time frame. The objective of this research is to assist the emergency management and people affected by an approaching hurricane with more time to make critical decisions, and evacuate the coastal region, if needed.”

Dr. Akbar points to the devastating effects of the Bhola cyclone that struck his native Bangladesh in 1970 killing nearly 500,000 people, and the more recent Hurricane Katrina that hit the Gulf coast in 2005, as a primary motivation behind his research for the past four years.

“When Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast as a Category 3 storm, it brought sustained winds of 100-140 miles per hour,” he said, “and a predicted storm surge of 28 feet, causing about 2,000 deaths and more than $100 billion in damage.”

Funded by Department of Homeland Security, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, and National Science Foundation, Akbar has a profound passion for storm surge research.

“I’m fortunate to get an opportunity to work with top experts in the field and grateful for the research projects,” he added. “These events and others like them have spurred a serious and sustained global effort to improve the ability to predict the coastal surge conditions.”

While it is a complex problem to solve because of the uncertainty of the hurricane track and strength, and other sources of error, Akbar is hopeful that the rapid and reliable storm surge prediction capability is not too far off.

“It is our hope that this research leads to advances in improving warning and evacuation systems, not only here but in the developing world,” Akbar said.

 

 

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

University Welcomes New Graduates During Spring Commencement May 10

Students enter Hale Stadium at the start of Spring Commencement 2014. More than 1,100 students received their degrees in various disciplines including 827 students earning undergraduate degrees, 353 receiving graduate degrees and graduate certificates, along with 71 doctoral candidates. (photo by Rick DelaHaya, TSU Media Relations)
Students enter Hale Stadium at the start of Spring Commencement 2014. More than 1,100 students received their degrees in various disciplines including 827 students earning undergraduate degrees, 353 receiving graduate degrees and graduate certificates, along with 71 doctoral candidates. (photo by Rick DelaHaya, TSU Media Relations)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University’s Class of 2014 crossed the stage at Hale Stadium in cap and gown Saturday, May 10 to receive their hard-earned degrees. After a brief rain delay the University dodged an inclement weather forecast to hold its spring commencement at the packed stadium. 

More than 1,100 undergraduate and graduate students received their degrees in various disciplines under a clear, sunny day, with their names and faces in digital displays projected on two massive jumbotron screens during the outdoor ceremony on the main campus.

Candidates eligible for graduation included 827 students earning undergraduate degrees, 353 received graduate degrees and graduate certificates, along with 71 doctoral candidates.

Also notable is a total of 211 students eligible to graduate with honors including 32 earning summa cum laude (GPA of at least 3.75), 60 magna cum laude (GPA of at least 3.50) and 119 earning cum laude (GPA of at least 3.25).

Students eligible for degree included: 

 

Graduate Degree Candidates

Doctor of Philosophy

  • Ann Bohannon-Stewart Biological Science
  • Christianna Howard Biological Science
  • Krupa Rana Biological Science
  • Sparkle Williams Biological Science
  • Lisa Battle Psychology
  • Shenita Head Psychology
  • Kisha James Psychology
  • Heather Joppich Psychology
  • Ariane Narain Psychology
  • Kenya Newby Psychology
  • Daniel Upchurch Psychology
  • Maria Walton Psychology
  • Kenyatta Lovett Public Administration
  • Everett Miller Public Administration
  • Amjad Alkilani Computer and Info Systems Engr
  • Vinayak Elangovan Computer and Info Systems Engr
  • Mohammad Habibi Computer and Info Systems Engr

Doctor of Education

  • Nancy Damron-Litchford Administration and Supervision
  • Deborah Gentry Administration and Supervision
  • Miriam Harrington Administration and Supervision
  • Tenisha Odom Administration and Supervision
  • Christy Robinson Administration and Supervision
  • Jason Smith Administration and Supervision
  • David Gerth Curriculum and Instruction
  • DeAndre Hambrick Curriculum and Instruction
  • Alisha Hayes Curriculum and Instruction
  • Ashlee Hover Curriculum and Instruction
  • Erin Lynch Curriculum and Instruction
  • Janet Parker Curriculum and Instruction
  • Gina Smallwood Curriculum and Instruction
  • Joseph Zajdel Curriculum and Instruction

Education Specialist

  • Deborah Alexander Instructional Leadership
  • Alexis Gatson Instructional Leadership
  • Denise King Instructional Leadership
  • Anastasia Parrish Instructional Leadership
  • Zakeisha Smith Instructional Leadership

Doctor of Physical Therapy

  • Heather Ahler Physical Therapy
  • Michael Alcorn Physical Therapy
  • Jonathan Brown Physical Therapy
  • Travis Castleberry Physical Therapy
  • Jeff Cobble Physical Therapy
  • Melvin Ewell Physical Therapy
  • Molly Foster Physical Therapy
  • Sara Foster Physical Therapy
  • Christopher Griffin Physical Therapy
  • William Hickman Physical Therapy
  • Jason Hull Physical Therapy
  • Joshua Maloney Physical Therapy
  • Carmen Mitchell Physical Therapy
  • Casey Moye Physical Therapy
  • Courtland Murrell Physical Therapy
  • Christopher O’Brien Physical Therapy
  • Joshua Orendorf Physical Therapy
  • Brooks Parker Physical Therapy
  • Timothy Phelps Physical Therapy
  • Audrey Pinner Physical Therapy
  • Richard Prentiss Physical Therapy
  • Bradley Robbins Physical Therapy
  • Crystal Smith Physical Therapy
  • Emily Stegeman Physical Therapy
  • Emily Stein Physical Therapy
  • Alexandra Stover Physical Therapy
  • Whitney Thompson Physical Therapy
  • Gena Thurston Physical Therapy
  • Kayla Vance Physical Therapy
  • Joshua Vaughn Physical Therapy
  • Tara Walter Physical Therapy
  • John Wood Physical Therapy
  • Jocelyn Woodason Physical Therapy
  • Wesley Yates Physical Therapy
  • Michael Young Physical Therapy

Master of Science

  • Abdulrahman Al Qahtani Agricultural Sciences
  • Alicia Aldridge Agricultural Sciences
  • Ankit Bansal Agricultural Sciences
  • Karen Bateman Agricultural Sciences
  • Foaziatu Bukari Agricultural Sciences
  • Sherri Degraphenreed Agricultural Sciences
  • Azubuike Ezeadum Agricultural Sciences
  • Charlette Goodin Agricultural Sciences
  • Joy Groves Agricultural Sciences
  • Krisden Ingram Agricultural Sciences
  • Michelle Page Agricultural Sciences
  • Mia Sullivan Agricultural Sciences
  • Grija Vijayan Agricultural Sciences
  • Michael Warren Agricultural Sciences
  • Shyretha Brown Biology
  • Wedad Hawsawi Biology
  • Catherine Jackson Biology
  • Mailene King Biology
  • Joshua Ohair Biology
  • Bukola Oke Biology
  • Ashley Payne Biology
  • Sha’Mere Walker Biology
  • Rachel White Biology
  • Ibrahim Farah Chemistry
  • Astiney Franklin Chemistry
  • Olisa Menakaya Chemistry
  • Khushikumari Patel Chemistry
  • Nabil Saleh Chemistry
  • Rabia Syed Chemistry
  • Lauren Tyler Chemistry
  • Darell Crawford Professional School Counseling
  • Brittany Hargrove Professional School Counseling
  • Kelby House Professional School Counseling
  • Sparkle Smith Professional School Counseling
  • Sokari Atkins Psychology
  • Joshua Boyce Psychology
  • Carla Brookins Psychology
  • Courtney Evans Psychology
  • Ashley Gittens Psychology
  • Lakishia Harris Psychology
  • Britney Holder Psychology
  • Chieko Hughes Psychology
  • Ashley Johnson Psychology
  • Tequila Johnson Psychology
  • Jordan Joyner Psychology
  • Amanda Kimbrell Psychology
  • CaSondra Lyons Psychology
  • Apryl Mitchell Psychology
  • Janelle Rucker Psychology
  • Ronellis Tunstill Psychology
  • Amira Walker Psychology
  • Makeda Watson Psychology
  • Hannah Baisley Speech and Hearing Science
  • Helen Bell Speech and Hearing Science
  • Christina Bruno Speech and Hearing Science
  • Jennifer Dilbert Speech and Hearing Science
  • Ashton Doane Speech and Hearing Science
  • Robert Flatt Speech and Hearing Science
  • Victoria Fuellgraf Speech and Hearing Science
  • Kristin Knight Speech and Hearing Science
  • Stephen Lawrence Speech and Hearing Science
  • Sarah Levine Speech and Hearing Science
  • Chareva Mccullough Speech and Hearing Science
  • Sarah Mcswain Speech and Hearing Science
  • Lauren Moser Speech and Hearing Science
  • Jodie Newton Speech and Hearing Science
  • Lauren Prather Speech and Hearing Science
  • Kaylee Rinehart Speech and Hearing Science
  • Quilona Robertson Speech and Hearing Science
  • Tali Schussler Speech and Hearing Science
  • Kristina Stubblefield Speech and Hearing Science
  • Amy Watkins Speech and Hearing Science

Master of Business Administration

  • Benjamin Adewuyi Business Administration
  • Tahani Alajmi Business Administration
  • Kani Amoah Business Administration
  • Jonathan Bolston Business Administration
  • Hsi-Lu Chen Business Administration
  • Christopher Conner Business Administration
  • Justin Greene Business Administration
  • Ivan Greenfield Business Administration
  • Joash Kiombe Business Administration
  • Kashmira Kundargi Business Administration
  • Crystal Liverpool Business Administration
  • Veronica Mason Business Administration
  • Gbemileke Ogunranti Business Administration
  • Olukayode Oke Business Administration
  • Jenekia Searcy Business Administration
  • Angelica Tillery Business Administration
  • Terrance Turner Business Administration
  • Rebecca Watson Business Administration
  • Eric Williams Business Administration

Master of Education

  • Contessa Mcneal Adv Studies in Tchg and Learni
  • Manirah Alsunaid Curriculum and Instruction
  • Jimmy Arredondo Curriculum and Instruction
  • April Banks Curriculum and Instruction
  • Christopher Barber Curriculum and Instruction
  • James Bowen Curriculum and Instruction
  • Rosalyn Cannon Curriculum and Instruction
  • Crystal Degregory Curriculum and Instruction
  • Chasity Dumas-Robertson Curriculum and Instruction
  • Iris Ferguson Curriculum and Instruction
  • Lisa Fernandez Curriculum and Instruction
  • Ashley Francois Curriculum and Instruction
  • Reem Halasa Curriculum and Instruction
  • Quanita Hastings Curriculum and Instruction
  • Katrice Heyward Curriculum and Instruction
  • Reginald Holt-Robinson Curriculum and Instruction
  • Candise Jones Curriculum and Instruction
  • Rachel Jordan Curriculum and Instruction
  • Brenda Kibbel Curriculum and Instruction
  • Ambere Lewis Curriculum and Instruction
  • Bernard Lewis Jr Curriculum and Instruction
  • Rodrick Lyons Curriculum and Instruction
  • Kellie Marks Curriculum and Instruction
  • Jonatalyn Mercer Curriculum and Instruction
  • Omotayo Ojetola Curriculum and Instruction
  • Tavia Patton Curriculum and Instruction
  • Jasmine Thompson Curriculum and Instruction
  • Chelsey Bradley Elementary Education
  • Faryal Farrukh Elementary Education
  • Thomas Lavallais Instructional Leadership
  • Sarah Bruce Special Education
  • Chantre Fair Special Education
  • Denise Gaither Special Education
  • Ashley Hayes Special Education
  • Kimberly Morrow Special Education
  • Lacretia Murray Special Education
  • Crystal Wilkerson Special Education
  • Stephen Williams Special Education

Master of Engineering

  • Ehab Alsaad Engineering
  • Steven Berryhill Engineering
  • Keaton Browder Engineering
  • Nathan Carmack Engineering
  • Jerrika Cox Engineering
  • Kawa Kareem Engineering
  • Jatinkumar Prajapati Engineering
  • Yvette Rankin Engineering
  • Lore’al Spear Engineering

Graduate Certificate

  • Shelita Boone Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Carol Campbell Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Elizabeth Knox Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Alicia Krawczak Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Jacqueline Lewis Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Tony Smith Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Miakka Thompson Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Karen Yates Holistic Nursing
  • Jamie Adams Nursing Education
  • Gretchen Morris White Nursing Education
  • Michael Armour Health Administration and Plan
  • Derrick Boswell Health Administration and Plan
  • Maya Foster Health Administration and Plan
  • Roderick Hulett Health Administration and Plan
  • Kelley Mathis Health Administration and Plan
  • Traci Patton Health Administration and Plan
  • Andhini Retnowulan Health Administration and Plan
  • Jennifer Sparks Health Administration and Plan
  • Toya Steward Health Administration and Plan
  • Jorge Tacuara Health Administration and Plan
  • Oluwatomilola Assan Non Profit Management
  • Christopher Barber Non Profit Management
  • Amber Clemons Non Profit Management
  • Ashley Guillory Non Profit Management
  • Tequila Johnson Non Profit Management
  • Diana Lewis Non Profit Management
  • Chieloka Okonkwo Non Profit Management
  • Patrick Reese Non Profit Management
  • Travis Saine Non Profit Management
  • Kimberly Tucker Non Profit Management
  • Stacy Webster Non Profit Management

Master of Science in Nursing

  • Hodan Abdi Nursing
  • Jamie Adams Nursing
  • Monnie Adereti Nursing
  • Kammie Anderson Nursing
  • Bonaventure Anikwe Nursing
  • Ellen Apple Nursing
  • Jaimee Arroyo Novak Nursing
  • Arleshea Atmore Nursing
  • Lacey Austin Nursing
  • Fernanda Azevedo Nursing
  • Mareesha Banks Nursing
  • Amor Battad Nursing
  • Kristen Bentley Nursing
  • Wendy Biggerstaff Nursing
  • Amy Black Nursing
  • Johanna Blaschko Nursing
  • Lisa Booth Nursing
  • Patricia Bowers Nursing
  • Alexis Braddock Nursing
  • LaRica Brady Nursing
  • Patricia Brinkley Nursing
  • Malea Bryan Nursing
  • Janice Callahan Nursing
  • Leah Campbell Nursing
  • Sheila Carlton Nursing
  • Jennifer Carman Nursing
  • Margaret Ceips Nursing
  • Patricia Clark Nursing
  • Juliette Clifton Nursing
  • Tammy Coffin Nursing
  • Sarah Cole Nursing
  • Denise Corley Nursing
  • Jeremy Cote Nursing
  • Joseph Cotten Nursing
  • Leigh Counts Nursing
  • Natoshia Courtland Nursing
  • Kristina Crocker Nursing
  • Yovondya Cutler Nursing
  • Shannon Davis Nursing
  • Nancy Delamere Nursing
  • Brook Denhertog Nursing
  • Leah Dickey Nursing
  • James Eldridge Nursing
  • Jordan Ellis Nursing
  • Marci Etheridge Nursing
  • Mary Feulner Nursing
  • Nhouphaphanh Filson Nursing
  • Charles Flynn Nursing
  • Sawanarry Forrest Nursing
  • Melissa Fulkerson Nursing
  • Jessica Fuqua Nursing
  • Amanda Furline Nursing
  • Kara Gamble Nursing
  • Dayna Gerring Nursing
  • Shannon Grace Nursing
  • Chassity Greer Nursing
  • Maegan Griffin Nursing
  • Jamey Hagan Nursing
  • Michelle Hagan Nursing
  • Darlene Hammond Nursing
  • Stacey Hartley Nursing
  • Chevon Heath Nursing
  • Lisa Hitt Nursing
  • Terancita Horn Nursing
  • Barbara Howard Nursing
  • Misti Howell Nursing
  • Misti Howell Nursing
  • Erin Howington Nursing
  • Melissa Howorth Nursing
  • Mary Hubbard Nursing
  • Melissa Hurst Nursing
  • Amanda Hutson Nursing
  • Grace Ibine Nursing
  • Nkeiru Icheke Nursing
  • Rita Jakpor Nursing
  • Mercy Jaramillo Nursing
  • Kimberly Jay Nursing
  • Stacy Jervis Nursing
  • Crystal Johnson Nursing
  • Meleah Johnston Nursing
  • Chassity Jones Nursing
  • Casey Keen Nursing
  • Milly Kim Nursing
  • Mercy Kopulande Nursing
  • Michael Kuol Nursing
  • Amanda Larson Nursing
  • Lindsey Lattimore Nursing
  • Tia Layton Nursing
  • Gabriela Lee Nursing
  • Michele Lee Nursing
  • Jennifer Lockhart Nursing
  • Kimberly Lynch Nursing
  • Cetessa Mack Nursing
  • Immaculate Madondo Nursing
  • Jennifer Madu Nursing
  • Magdalena Makarucha Nursing
  • Stacy McAuley Nursing
  • Heather McDonald Nursing
  • Ryann McGuire Nursing
  • Jessica McNeil Nursing
  • Jonathan Miller Nursing
  • Brian Miser Nursing
  • La Shanda Montgomery Nursing
  • Heather Moon Nursing
  • Janet Mooney Nursing
  • Haylee Morphew Nursing
  • Gretchen Morris White Nursing
  • Kelly Mullins Nursing
  • Jason Murphy Nursing
  • Nicole Nde Nursing
  • Aida Negash Nursing
  • Kyemberlyn Nickens Nursing
  • Lilian Obiefuna Nursing
  • Ada Olatunji Nursing
  • Folarin Olatunji Nursing
  • Esther Ono Emmanuel Nursing
  • Denise Oram Nursing
  • Magnolia Pafford Nursing
  • Brian Paramore Nursing
  • Daniel Penick Nursing
  • Syretta Perkins Nursing
  • Jessica Pernell Nursing
  • Julie Perry Nursing
  • Michelle Pitts Nursing
  • Tricia Rapp Nursing
  • Sarah Ray Nursing
  • Frank Reedus Nursing
  • Veda Richmond Nursing
  • Terri Roach Nursing
  • Melissa Roberts Nursing
  • Belinda Romer Nursing
  • Amanda Smith Nursing
  • Tony Smith Nursing
  • Katherine Soto Nursing
  • Audrey Stewart Nursing
  • Ronnika Stewart Nursing
  • Jakeisha Taylor Nursing
  • Nequila Thomas Nursing
  • Latasha Todd Nursing
  • Vanja Trubajic Nursing
  • George Tsibu Nursing
  • Jasmine Tucker Nursing
  • Rachel Tyler Nursing
  • Elisa Walker Nursing
  • Michelle Walker Nursing
  • Lauren Weldy Nursing
  • James West Nursing
  • Karina Wilkerson Nursing
  • Halima Williams Nursing
  • Ada Wilson Nursing
  • Jacqueline Wilson Nursing
  • Inas Winchester Nursing
  • Jackie Winfrey Nursing
  • Jaquetta Wolf-King Nursing
  • Charlton Woosley Nursing
  • Angela Wright Nursing
  • Karen Yates Nursing
  • Selam Yosef Nursing
  • Miranda Young Nursing
  • Mouna Yussuf Nursing
  • Jason Zeller Nursing

Master of Criminal Justice

  • Vankita Beckley Criminal Justice
  • Kiana Key Criminal Justice
  • Loren Poole Criminal Justice

Master of Professional Studies

  • Tamara Burnett Professional Studies
  • Renita Hamilton Professional Studies
  • Ashley Hendricks Professional Studies
  • Lynda Mason Professional Studies
  • Bryan Porter Professional Studies
  • Jennifer Robinson Professional Studies
  • Dyanne Williams Professional Studies
  • Sandra Williams Professional Studies

Master of Public Administration

  • Michael Armour Public Administration
  • Oluwatomilola Assan Public Administration
  • Brittany Britnell Public Administration
  • Amber Clemons Public Administration
  • Jimmy Dumas Public Administration
  • Tiffany Everett Public Administration
  • Nathan Frisbee Public Administration
  • Shauna Hammonds Public Administration
  • Kelley Mathis Public Administration
  • Chieloka Okonkwo Public Administration
  • Patrick Reese Public Administration
  • Kenneth Sessions Public Administration

Master of Social Work

  • Alicia Fayne Social Work
  • Artesia Hart Social Work
  • Clara Kelly Social Work
  • Jamie Mcafee Social Work
  • Rebecca Olson Social Work
  • Jennifer Reason Social Work
  • Dana Scott Social Work
  • John Thurman Social Work

 

Undergraduate Degree Candidates

 College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences

  • Elgin Adams Agricultural Sciences
  • Tevin Brown Agricultural Sciences
  • DiJuana Davis Agricultural Sciences
  • David Fussell Agricultural Sciences
  • Ariel Harrell Agricultural Sciences
  • Rickey Jackson Agricultural Sciences
  • Christian Ransom Agricultural Sciences
  • Chloe Robinson Agricultural Sciences
  • Quintin Robinson Agricultural Sciences
  • Jennifer Williams Agricultural Sciences
  • Jessie Wilson Agricultural Sciences
  • Karri Allen Biology
  • Ebonie Armstrong Biology
  • Miranda Ash-Shaheed Biology
  • Chinazor Azubike Biology
  • Tor Beaird Biology
  • Ashley Blair Biology
  • Gena Botros Biology
  • Ryan Bruce Biology
  • Aziah Chavers Biology
  • Jerel Crew Biology
  • Shamiya Dotson Biology
  • Jalysa Erskine Biology
  • Johnathan Fitzgerald Biology
  • Dominique Garner Biology
  • Annedra Gladney Biology
  • Quinton Hamilton Biology
  • Cynithia Harris Biology
  • Yasin Hasan Biology
  • Christian Hicks Biology
  • India Hudson Biology
  • Teresa Illobre Biology
  • Devonte Johnson Biology
  • Jerika Johnson Biology
  • Brandi Jones Biology
  • David Kellman Biology
  • Tiera Kimball Biology
  • Lisa Lockett Biology
  • Jessica Lozada Biology
  • Alice Meeks Biology
  • Karen Menakaya Biology
  • Camerra Miller Biology
  • Hassan Mohamed Biology
  • Roman Moss Biology
  • Candice Nelson Biology
  • Torian Nickelberry Biology
  • Kristy Pleasant Biology
  • Jasmine Smith Biology
  • Christopher Strawter Biology
  • Melissa Thompson Biology
  • Randy Toranzo Biology
  • Ashley Traughber Biology
  • Bria Wells Biology
  • Kimber White Biology
  • Misha White Biology
  • Shatara Williams Biology
  • Morgan Zialcita Biology
  • Frederick Akins Chemistry
  • Jennifer Benbow Chemistry
  • Jalysa Erskine Chemistry
  • Breia Jefferson Chemistry
  • DeAndra Peoples Chemistry
  • Linda Quinones Chemistry
  • Jade Readus Chemistry
  • Melissa Thompson Chemistry
  • Angelo Uyath Chemistry
  • Maria Witherspoon Chemistry
  • Tierra Wyatt-Young Chemistry
  • Mari-Moriah Ezell Early Childhood Education
  • Amanda Puckett Early Childhood Education
  • Missmollie Thomas Early Childhood Education
  • Kimberly Williams Early Childhood Education
  • Lauren Baker Family and Consumer Science
  • Pamela Brooks Family and Consumer Science
  • Angel Carter Family and Consumer Science
  • Maurice Collier Family and Consumer Science
  • Tinita Coulter Family and Consumer Science
  • Ashli Hall Family and Consumer Science
  • Angela Lafferty Family and Consumer Science
  • Tiana Lavender Family and Consumer Science
  • Ravyn McCollins Family and Consumer Science
  • Denise McKell Family and Consumer Science
  • Jasmyne Norris Family and Consumer Science
  • Shakerah Olivera Family and Consumer Science
  • Dolores Phillips Family and Consumer Science
  • LeNesha Roberts Family and Consumer Science
  • Kiya Savannah Family and Consumer Science
  • Ciera Scott Family and Consumer Science
  • Tangeia Smith Family and Consumer Science
  • Olivia Takla Family and Consumer Science
  • Kelci Thomas Family and Consumer Science

College of Business

  • LaNaye Brown Accounting
  • Cleo Childress Accounting
  • Jonathan Craycraft Accounting
  • Adriana De Leon Accounting
  • Stephen Gillard Accounting
  • Macy Golden Accounting
  • Joshua Hibbitt Accounting
  • Natallia Hill Accounting
  • Amy Hussey Accounting
  • Marlon Lipscomb Accounting
  • Brittani Logan Accounting
  • Katelyn Pewitt Accounting
  • Rachel Powe Accounting
  • Sabriya Rasheed Accounting
  • Shivon Saban Accounting
  • Gabrielle Todd Accounting
  • Andrew Warner Accounting
  • Marico Andrews Business Administration
  • Cekell Barnes Business Administration
  • Erik Benton Business Administration
  • Mia Black Business Administration
  • Phillip Brown Business Administration
  • Tameka Brown Business Administration
  • Chevez Chatman Business Administration
  • Aubrey Cummings Business Administration
  • Keenan Hardy Business Administration
  • Shawanda Harris Business Administration
  • Chantal Hernandez Business Administration
  • Barbara Jackson Business Administration
  • Jonathan Jenkins Business Administration
  • Brian Matheney Business Administration
  • Erika Moss Business Administration
  • Karen Munoz Business Administration
  • Diane Ortiz Business Administration
  • Terrell Pritchett Business Administration
  • David Rawles Business Administration
  • Caroline Ray Business Administration
  • Christopher Rizzie Business Administration
  • Rachel Russell Business Administration
  • Renaloski St Fleur Business Administration
  • Orlando Tittle Business Administration
  • Dorian Vauls Business Administration
  • Jasmine White Business Administration
  • Matthew Williamson Business Administration
  • Brittney Woods Business Administration
  • Kyle Blackshere Business Information System
  • Tayla Blake Business Information System
  • Deborah Moore Business Information System
  • Lisa Outen Business Information System
  • Debbie Pillow Business Information System
  • Ashley Smoot Business Information System
  • La Quiche Allen Economics and Finance
  • Hunter Amonett Economics and Finance
  • Kendall Brooks Economics and Finance
  • Daniel Carter Economics and Finance
  • Jessica Cooley Economics and Finance
  • Jamial Horner Economics and Finance
  • Mary Keel Economics and Finance
  • Patrick Miller Economics and Finance
  • Patrick Reid Economics and Finance
  • Phfait Watson Economics and Finance

College of Education

  • Reham Abdillahi Psychology
  • Jaron Adams Psychology
  • Kaneesha Arnold Psychology
  • Whitney Barner Psychology
  • Alexandra Battle Psychology
  • Monteaka Bennett Psychology
  • Deon Bolden Psychology
  • Shaundrea Bowen Psychology
  • Antonio Boyd Psychology
  • Asia Boyd Psychology
  • Brooke Brooks Psychology
  • Brandon Bruton Psychology
  • Brandy Buggs Psychology
  • Stanley Burnette Psychology
  • Mariyah Bush Psychology
  • DeAndre Caldwell Psychology
  • Shelby Cooksey Psychology
  • Shanade Copeland Psychology
  • Nicia Cortez Psychology
  • Erica Davis Psychology
  • Felicia Dempsey Psychology
  • Jordon Douglas Psychology
  • NaToya Douglas Psychology
  • Miasha Easley Psychology
  • Ramon Fisher Psychology
  • Chasity Flagg Psychology
  • Victoria Fraley Psychology
  • Franko Fykes Psychology
  • Jasmine Gibson Psychology
  • Destiny Hadley Psychology
  • Eryn Hall Psychology
  • Iesha Harris Psychology
  • Ashley Haynes Psychology
  • Clarke Howard Psychology
  • Denisha Jackson Psychology
  • Kristen James Psychology
  • Victoria Madihalli Psychology
  • Denario McGraw Psychology
  • Martina Mitchell Psychology
  • Kayla Moore Psychology
  • Gregory Morrissette Psychology
  • Ketra Muldrow Psychology
  • Ashley Nunnally Psychology
  • Richard Okojie Psychology
  • Tiera Perry Psychology
  • Caylon Petway Psychology
  • Christopher Richards Psychology
  • Niagara Richardson Psychology
  • Derien Rivers Psychology
  • Tyerian Roberts Psychology
  • Scharonda Rose Psychology
  • Tiffany Scales Psychology
  • Allyson Scott Psychology
  • Balqisa Sharif Psychology
  • Cornellius Smith Psychology
  • LaKesha Smith Psychology
  • Joy Stewart Psychology
  • Kevina Straughter Psychology
  • Miranda Sweatt Psychology
  • Ericka Taylor Psychology
  • Valesha Temple Psychology
  • Brittany Thompson Psychology
  • Leslie Vassar Psychology
  • Manasseh Warner Psychology
  • Erin White Psychology
  • Sheena Williams Psychology
  • LeAnne Zaire Psychology

 College of Engineering

  • Marcus Dawson Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Alex Gomez Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Christal Horne Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Brandon Sims Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Michael Smith Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Rodrick Vann Aeronautical and Industrial Te
  • Amanuel Befecadu Architectural Engineering
  • Lisa Clem Architectural Engineering
  • Michael Crayton Architectural Engineering
  • Dez Green Architectural Engineering
  • Dominique Jones Architectural Engineering
  • Brittany Myles Architectural Engineering
  • Deborah Cole Civil Engineering
  • Joshua Davis Civil Engineering
  • Stanley Franklin Jr Civil Engineering
  • Justin Harris Civil Engineering
  • Jeremy Jones Civil Engineering
  • Ethan Kluding Civil Engineering
  • David Martin Civil Engineering
  • Jon Michael Civil Engineering
  • Hameed Salih Civil Engineering
  • Terry Smith Jr. Civil Engineering
  • Juacall Bernard Computer Science
  • Sitko Carpenter Computer Science
  • Holt Claiborne Computer Science
  • Jeremey Covington Computer Science
  • Michael Edwards Computer Science
  • Shakita Enge Computer Science
  • Brittany Jones Computer Science
  • Troy Jones Computer Science
  • Quaker Manuel Computer Science
  • Latreze Townsend Computer Science
  • Docterryome Wilkins Computer Science
  • Andre Woodley Computer Science
  • Ryan Duncan Electrical Engineering
  • Sameeruddin Lodhi Electrical Engineering
  • Dominique Paschal Electrical Engineering
  • Joshua Pike Electrical Engineering
  • John Smith Electrical Engineering
  • Angelina Berry Mathematics
  • Chinetha Casper Mathematics
  • Ashley Featherstone Mathematics
  • Jena Holt Mathematics
  • Jodi Wright Mathematics
  • Daniel Allen Mechanical Engineering
  • Ramon Gonzalez Mechanical Engineering
  • Chelsea Harrison Mechanical Engineering
  • Tiara Hitchcock Mechanical Engineering
  • Thomas Holman Mechanical Engineering
  • Austin Hylick Mechanical Engineering
  • Jeffery Ingram Mechanical Engineering
  • Jonathan Mallard Mechanical Engineering
  • Henry Nicholes Mechanical Engineering
  • Oluwasina Osodipe Mechanical Engineering
  • Ira Pickering Mechanical Engineering
  • Daniel Scobey Mechanical Engineering
  • Daniel Seelhorst Mechanical Engineering
  • Mark Thelen Mechanical Engineering
  • Terrence Thompson Mechanical Engineering

College of Health Sciences

  • Youstina Aiyad Dental Hygiene
  • Micah Alexander Dental Hygiene
  • Rebekah Allen Dental Hygiene
  • Zelalem Amare Dental Hygiene
  • Deven Fussell Dental Hygiene
  • Erica Guest Dental Hygiene
  • Oluwat Aye King Dental Hygiene
  • Nabila Kwaga Dental Hygiene
  • Sarah Moore Dental Hygiene
  • Lauren Morgan Dental Hygiene
  • Jaclyn Parham Dental Hygiene
  • Kayerra Patterson Dental Hygiene
  • Kiara Rainey Dental Hygiene
  • Kayla Renard Dental Hygiene
  • Rebekah Sindell Dental Hygiene
  • Monica Sorensen Dental Hygiene
  • Pamela Abad Nursing
  • Bertha Aguilar Nursing
  • Israa Algatrani Nursing
  • Erica Anderson Nursing
  • Lisa Anderson Nursing
  • Katheryn Bailey Nursing
  • Laura Barajas Nursing
  • Martha Biggs Nursing
  • Sherri Bissing Nursing
  • Yaa Boachie Nursing
  • Natalie Bouie Nursing
  • Stephanie Bowen Nursing
  • Julia Bowers Nursing
  • Beth Boyer Nursing
  • Melvin Bradley Nursing
  • Rebecca Briggs Nursing
  • Marsha Bush Nursing
  • Hope Chrisawn Nursing
  • Diana Christmus Nursing
  • Janice Clarida Nursing
  • Jessica Conner Nursing
  • Mihaela Constantin Nursing
  • Todd Decker Nursing
  • Yatrea Dennis Nursing
  • Ashley Dickens Nursing
  • Melinda Dickens Nursing
  • Vicky Dillon Nursing
  • Jocelyn Dobson Nursing
  • Micha Dodson Nursing
  • Aishia Ellis Nursing
  • Keyosha Gaines Nursing
  • Sarah Garton Nursing
  • Linda Gawel Nursing
  • Penny Gentry Nursing
  • Jamie Gilpatrick Nursing
  • Angelita Goolsby Nursing
  • Stephenie Hargrove Nursing
  • Madia Hendricks Nursing
  • Rebecca Hill Nursing
  • Kandace Hollins Nursing
  • Kelly Huffman Nursing
  • Hailee Jackson Nursing
  • Tonya Jackson Nursing
  • Kaylee Jansen Nursing
  • Jennifer Johnson Nursing
  • Keiko Johnson Nursing
  • Christopher Jones Nursing
  • Jessica Jordan Nursing
  • Kateresa Kirby Nursing
  • Amber Klunk Nursing
  • Kimberly Lowe Nursing
  • Angeline Madondo Nursing
  • Lemuel Mason Nursing
  • Christie Mcswain Nursing
  • Jamie Moore Nursing
  • Onochie Nnodu Nursing
  • Olusiji Ogunyemi Nursing
  • Maria Orourke Nursing
  • Jennifer Owens Nursing
  • Ketche Parker Nursing
  • Daniel Persich Nursing
  • Chasity Phillips Nursing
  • Sherissa Phillips Nursing
  • Amy Ray Nursing
  • Paula Reynolds Nursing
  • Sher’Re Richmond Nursing
  • Kim Rippeteau Nursing
  • Lori Schroeder Nursing
  • Brittany Scruggs Nursing
  • Heather Sheucraft Nursing
  • Heather Shingleton Nursing
  • Jamie Simmons Nursing
  • Jimmy Sinks Nursing
  • Ashley Smith Nursing
  • Chasity Snider Nursing
  • Sean Sullivan Nursing
  • Gary Swaim Nursing
  • Melinda Thiele Nursing
  • Pamela Thomas Nursing
  • Brittani Totty Nursing
  • Veronda Tucker Nursing
  • Amy VanAuken Nursing
  • Katherine Vandiver Nursing
  • Gislaine Wallace Nursing
  • Jennifer Williams Nursing
  • Laurisa Williams Nursing
  • Kristie Woodard Nursing
  • Elizabeth Woodcock Nursing
  • Jonathan Adams Nursing
  • Olatunde Adewole Nursing
  • Jessica Balbin Nursing
  • Vatara Battle Nursing
  • Ashley Carter Nursing
  • Kai-L Cobb Nursing
  • Jennifer Coffin Nursing
  • Cameron Cook Nursing
  • Amber Dickerson Nursing
  • Chrishanna Edgeston Nursing
  • Jasmine Gibson Nursing
  • Stephanie Golden Nursing
  • Olivia Harvell Nursing
  • MarKisha Hollands-Peoples Nursing
  • Kiyana Hurt Nursing
  • Yeabu Koroma-Kanu Nursing
  • Ashley Love Nursing
  • Keisha Mabry Nursing
  • Breon Moore Nursing
  • Kara Murr Nursing
  • Noel N’dri Nursing
  • Bria Norris Nursing
  • Amanze Nwokochah Nursing
  • Nneka Okoro Nursing
  • Jessalyn Osborn Nursing
  • Khadija Osman Nursing
  • Kristopher Owens Nursing
  • April Porter Nursing
  • Lauren Preston Nursing
  • Gabrielle Qualls Nursing
  • Kerry Ann Robinson Nursing
  • Quincene Stirgus Nursing
  • Katie Stokes Nursing
  • Sheila Storey Nursing
  • Mashelle Tate Nursing
  • Leanna Walker Nursing
  • Rebecca Webber Nursing
  • Heather Young Nursing
  • Lauren Achtien Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Jaky Boulos Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Joseph Elliott Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Shirah Ellison Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Madonna Fahmy Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Nirmaya Gurung Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Jameris Hannah Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Dejanae’ Holley Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Derrius Johnson Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Phidomise Leveque Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Staci Morris Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Busra Musa Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Latoya Robinson Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Sara Saeed Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Ghazal Sindy Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Michael Smith Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Christen Strader Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Teric Tibbs Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Janae Wallace Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Lauren Whitaker Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Danielle White Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Lara Wooten Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Shanese Dismukes Dental Hygiene
  • Mikaela Gray Dental Hygiene
  • Naomi Halkis Dental Hygiene
  • Quinton Hamilton Dental Hygiene
  • Kelsy Miller Dental Hygiene
  • Amanda Pittman Dental Hygiene
  • Corterrius Pittman Dental Hygiene
  • Dechin Rejab Dental Hygiene
  • Ashley Rogers Dental Hygiene
  • Dinh Tran Dental Hygiene
  • Chantele Wells Dental Hygiene
  • Jessica Wood Dental Hygiene
  • Megan Woods Dental Hygiene
  • Alisha Barbee Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Lamonte Burton Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Martrae Godard Health Care Admin and Planning
  • William Lane Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Makaila Laymon Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Alexes Madison Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Tyera Mcfarland Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Ashley Moore Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Aundrea Porter Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Melissa Souffrant Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Erica Allen Health Information Management
  • Ashley Banks Health Information Management
  • Carlita Cane Health Information Management
  • Tammy Dukes Health Information Management
  • Adnan Hashi Health Information Management
  • Patricia Jackson Health Information Management
  • Denille James Health Information Management
  • Sepal Kerim Health Information Management
  • Kenisha Ladler Health Information Management
  • Clarissa Lewis Health Information Management
  • Lawanda Love Health Information Management
  • Anasious Martin Health Information Management
  • Aamina Mohamed Health Information Management
  • Johura Oni Health Information Management
  • Abdullahi Said Health Information Management
  • Kierra Shirley Health Information Management
  • Latray Speight Health Information Management
  • Shadia Uma Health Information Management
  • Katelynn Walters Health Information Management
  • Kelsea Akers Health Sciences
  • Abbas Al-Humaidi Health Sciences
  • ShaCarolyn Alexander Health Sciences
  • Lashunda Atkins Health Sciences
  • Shequila Beamer Health Sciences
  • Deidre Brooks Health Sciences
  • Morgen Brooks Health Sciences
  • Brittany Burnett Health Sciences
  • Tamara Crockett Health Sciences
  • Jazmin Curney Health Sciences
  • Victor Cutillo Health Sciences
  • Victoria Davis Health Sciences
  • Jordan Deloach Health Sciences
  • Tiauna Dorsey Health Sciences
  • Tamara Douglas Health Sciences
  • Tannera George Health Sciences
  • Chandre Golden Health Sciences
  • Nathan Jackson Health Sciences
  • Ashley Jones Health Sciences
  • Tiffany Jones Health Sciences
  • Ayanna Morton Health Sciences
  • Lucia Nkem Health Sciences
  • Tochukwu Ogbunwezeh Health Sciences
  • Pashae Peterson Health Sciences
  • Lonnell Rogers Health Sciences
  • Jasmine Siler Health Sciences
  • Kerisha Tidwell Health Sciences
  • Kimberly Turner Health Sciences
  • Ashley Tyler Health Sciences
  • Kymiah Walton Health Sciences
  • Tonya Watson Health Sciences
  • Megan Wear Health Sciences
  • Devin Wilson Health Sciences
  • Delaina Young Health Sciences
  • Rocile Cain Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Amarah Carter Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Claudia Curry Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Meredith DeBerry Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Kadeem Edwards Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Tiphanie Farmer Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Marquez Foxx Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Michael Frazier Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Vernon Frett Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Olivia Gamache Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Joseph Harris Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Tracey Hightower Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Adrien Hill Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Kiana Hughes Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Ashontae Jackson Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Jasmine Johnson Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Kaoun Kaihani Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Tamarron Key Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Adrian Lee Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Ryan Lee Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Michael Marlin Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Ashley Martin Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Adrian Mcdaniel Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • LoRiell McHenry Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Matthias McNeal Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Jasmin Moore Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Stephanie Myers Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Rakeem Nobles Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Arieyelle O’Neal Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • April Ogburn Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • James Overton Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Porshla Reid Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Gabrielle Reynolds Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Brandon Russell Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Dejeen Salih Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Wesley Samuels Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Robert Savage Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Hewar Shemssulldin Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Stanley Sheppard Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Eden Shirey Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Ladarius Stevenson Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Gehin Tahir Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Nicholas Tate Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Ashley Teague Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Emanuel Thornton Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Diamond Townsend Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Chaed Wellian Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Jocelyn Wide Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Jeremy Williamson Human Performance and Sport Sc
  • Laquesha Woodard Human Performance and Sport Sc

 

College of Liberal Arts

  • Brandon Haskins Communication
  • Joshua Henderson Communication
  • Brandon Neal Communication
  • Justin Nixon Communication
  • Andrea Pascasio Communication
  • Charles Anderson English
  • Dakota Bowen English
  • Brian Browley English
  • Jade Brown English
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  • Gilbert Armour Communication
  • Alicia Bailey Communication
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  • Alexander Bates Communication
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  • Wilvor Butler Communication
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  • Michael Curtis Communication
  • Jasmine Dial Communication
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  • Wil Herrmuth Communication
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  • Ce’Dra Jackson Communication
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  • Patrick Lewis Communication
  • Kevin Lomax Communication
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  • Brandon Ward Communication
  • Tamara Wilson Communication
  • Erika Applin Criminal Justice
  • Kimani Bonner Criminal Justice
  • Antonio Boyd Criminal Justice
  • Deven Brackens Criminal Justice
  • Marie Clark Criminal Justice
  • Jarvis Corder Criminal Justice
  • Mario Curry Criminal Justice
  • Julie Ellison Criminal Justice
  • Rosalyn Fitzgerald Criminal Justice
  • Ebony Gordon Criminal Justice
  • Tony Haten Criminal Justice
  • Stephanie Head Criminal Justice
  • Tony Howse Criminal Justice
  • Lauren Hunt Criminal Justice
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  • Crystal James Criminal Justice
  • Michael Johnson Criminal Justice
  • Irvin Jones Criminal Justice
  • Cierra Joshua Criminal Justice
  • Kaniesha Lewis Criminal Justice
  • Jerrica McBride Criminal Justice
  • Natasha Mccord Criminal Justice
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  • Ricky Patrick Criminal Justice
  • Frekyla Perkins Criminal Justice
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  • Mikael Reed Criminal Justice
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  • Yancey Sullivan Criminal Justice
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  • Heather Weber Criminal Justice
  • Elizabeth Williams Criminal Justice
  • Michael Williams Criminal Justice
  • Sean Williams Criminal Justice
  • Jasmine Williamson Criminal Justice
  • Victoria Wilson Criminal Justice
  • Laura Winston Criminal Justice
  • Breann Allen Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Jessica Bowman Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Kristi Dowden Interdisciplinary Studies
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  • Leshaun Johnson Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Mignon Matthews Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Jonathan Penn Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Byron Harvey Music
  • MeLan White Music
  • Chassidy Askew Political Science
  • Shallonda Betts Political Science
  • Nakita Burns Political Science
  • Jada Flowers Political Science
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  • Talessya Johnson Political Science
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  • Michael Walker Political Science
  • Pamella Daniel Professional Studies
  • Ironetta Jenkins Professional Studies
  • Yolanda Manning Professional Studies
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College of Public Services and Urban Affairs

  • Diyar Abdulkader Social Work
  • Barin Abdullatif Social Work
  • Asia Ashley Social Work
  • Jasmine Baynham Social Work
  • Janet Combs Social Work
  • Abby Conner Social Work
  • Candice Douglas Social Work
  • Gelila Feyisa Social Work
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  • Iana Mullen Social Work
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  • LaTorrace Sawyers Social Work
  • Kendra Sutherland Social Work
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  • Lashaye Allen Sociology
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  • Allencia Blackburn Sociology
  • Brandy Buggs Sociology
  • Jerrica Colvin Sociology
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  • Tamika Harvey Sociology
  • Aisha Matthews Sociology
  • Naomi Matthews Sociology
  • Alisha Starks Sociology
  • Jessica Thomas Sociology
  • Carmen Williams Sociology
  • Khamaria Wright Sociology
  • Austin Wyatt Sociology
  • Corie Bailey Urban Studies
  • Victoria Franklin Urban Studies

Academic Honors

 Cum Laude

  • Tor Beaird
  • Cekell Barnes
  • Docterryome Wilkins
  • Kierra Shirley
  • Joseph Harris
  • Tannera George
  • Elaine Jackman
  • Martha Biggs
  • Kendra Sutherland
  • Stephanie Golden
  • Jerika Johnson
  • Phidomise Leveque
  • Kadeem Edwards
  • Erica Orr
  • Amanda Pittman
  • Ghazal Sindy
  • Amy Ray
  • Katie Stokes
  • Marie Clark
  • Stephenie Hargrove
  • Matthias McNeal
  • Jennifer Coffin
  • Allencia Blackburn
  • Aamina Mohamed
  • April Ogburn
  • Jessica Wood
  • Iesha Harris
  • Mark Thelen
  • Chandre Golden
  • Yancey Sullivan
  • Rebekah Allen
  • Victor Cutillo
  • Alicia Bailey
  • Angelina Berry
  • Kayla Renard
  • Tiara Hitchcock
  • Erica Smith
  • Devonte Johnson
  • Lonnell Rogers
  • Christen Strader
  • Ayabami Bass
  • Oluwat Aye King
  • Quorneshia Milner
  • Stanley Burnette
  • Diyar Abdulkader
  • Megan Wear
  • Youstina Aiyad
  • LaTorrace Sawyers
  • Sepal Kerim
  • Latoya Robinson
  • Erin White
  • Natalie Bouie
  • DiJuana Davis
  • Barin Abdullatif
  • Nirmaya Gurung
  • Lauren Morgan
  • Keiko Johnson
  • Michael Williams
  • Carlita Cane
  • Scharonda Rose
  • William Turner
  • Cherish Meriwether
  • Marico Andrews
  • Mia Black
  • Monica Sorensen
  • Nneka Okoro
  • Jonathan Mallard
  • Tonya Watson
  • Mary Potts
  • Lauren Whitaker
  • Quaker Manuel
  • Adrian Lee
  • Tangeia Smith
  • Quintin Robinson
  • Madonna Fahmy
  • Lori Schroeder
  • Tony Howse
  • Marsha Bush
  • Israa Algatrani
  • Terrence Thompson
  • Kristy Pleasant
  • Tiffany Scales
  • Essence Davis
  • Jamie Moore
  • Bria Norris
  • Tierra Wyatt-Young
  • Mikaela Gray
  • Ketra Muldrow
  • Michael Johnson
  • Parris Malone
  • Tamika Harvey
  • Lauren Achtien
  • Rebecca Hill
  • Kim Rippeteau
  • Kimani Bonner
  • Rebecca Webber
  • Kristie Woodard
  • LaKesha Smith
  • Sharon Garner
  • Zelalem Amare
  • Ke Arin Hill
  • Khamaria Wright
  • Linda Quinones
  • Lucia Nkem
  • Heather Sanson
  • Gabrielle Qualls
  • Jershua Brandon
  • Stephanie Bowen
  • Ashley Tyler
  • LeAnne Zaire
  • Kayla Moore
  • Jaron Adams
  • Vicky Dillon
  • Breia Jefferson
  • DeAndre Caldwell
  • Hailee Jackson
  • Alysia Lee
  • Rickey Jackson
  • April Porter

Magna Cum Laude

  • Erica Allen
  • Maria Witherspoon
  • Rachel White
  • Dejeen Salih
  • Deven Fussell
  • Annedra Gladney
  • Alice Meeks
  • Ramon Gonzalez
  • Valencia Bins
  • Chelsea Harrison
  • Michael Marlin
  • Ryan Duncan
  • Tracey Hightower
  • Kiara Rainey
  • Tiffany Trawick
  • Dinh Tran
  • Ashley Jones
  • Mihaela Constantin
  • Patrick Miller
  • Yasin Hasan
  • Brandi Hellem
  • Cheryl Pinkard
  • Victoria Cothron
  • David Kellman
  • Lauren Preston
  • Christopher Rizzie
  • Martina Mitchell
  • Ashley Traughber
  • Jonathan Craycraft
  • Mari-Moriah Ezell
  • Vanessa Robinson
  • Areej Dwikat
  • Lemuel Mason
  • Kristi Dowden
  • DeAndra Peoples
  • Christina Hayman
  • Johura Oni
  • Jessica Balbin
  • Jaclyn Parham
  • Erica Watson
  • Donnie Johnson
  • Chevez Chatman
  • Kerry Ann Robinson
  • Pamela Brooks
  • Ashley Banks
  • Amy VanAuken
  • Teresa Illobre
  • Manasseh Warner
  • Thomas Holman
  • Cierra Joshua
  • Natosha Word
  • Ashley Haynes
  • Wil Herrmuth
  • Natallia Hill
  • Dustin Beckman
  • Ce’Dra Jackson
  • Paul Marsh
  • Abigail Spaziani
  • Derien Rivers
  • Kayla Stutzman
  • Katelynn Walters

Summa Cum Laude

  • Kelsea Akers
  • Sameeruddin Lodhi
  • Jessica Lozada
  • Jerrica McBride
  • Arieyelle O’Neal
  • Karen Menakaya
  • Katie Racki
  • Rebekah Sindell
  • Jacquelyn Fowler
  • Victoria Wilson
  • Jaky Boulos
  • Bradley Frisbey
  • Daniel Scobey
  • Sarah Moore
  • Joshua Davis
  • Mikael Reed
  • Jade Readus
  • Adnan Hashi
  • Amanda Puckett
  • Katelyn Pewitt
  • Jasmine White
  • Sherry Main
  • Ethan Kluding
  • Lanita McClain
  • Amanda Vaughn
  • Destiny Smith
  • Elizabeth Williams
  • Johnathan Fitzgerald
  • Tamica Davidson
  • Anette Scruggs
  • Joseph Taylor
  • Dakota Bowen
  • Amy Hussey

 

 

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

TSU Looks To Move Spring Commencement Indoors If Rain

Ceremonies could take place in Gentry Complex Saturday, May 10

 

commencement_alertNASHVILLE, TN (TSU News Service) Tennessee State University 2014 Spring Commencement Ceremony could move indoors due to the strong possibility of rain this Saturday.

The National Weather Service is predicting a 70-100 percent chance of thunderstorms and rain through Friday night, with showers and thunderstorms in the area Saturday morning. If commencement is moved, the ceremony will still start at 9 a.m. but will take place in the Howard C. Gentry Complex instead of Hale Stadium. Both Hale and Gentry will be set up for graduation. However, the weather will determine which venue will be used.

Moving to the Gentry Complex will also require two ceremonies, one for Undergraduates and one for Graduate Degree Students because the facility, the school’s largest capacity seating building, cannot accommodate both groups and their invited guests with a single commencement.

Approximately 850 undergraduates students are expected to walk across the stage, while just under 300 graduate degree students will participate. Undergraduates should still arrive at 7:30 a.m. and Graduate Students should arrive at 10:15.

If the ceremony is moved to the Gentry Complex, Undergraduate degrees will be conferred at 9 a.m. with Graduate degrees conferred following immediately. Officials are asking all Undergraduates and their invited guests to leave Gentry Center as soon as the Undergraduate Ceremony is over to provide seating for Graduate Degree Participants and their families.

Parking will remain the same. General parking will be available in parking lots throughout the campus. Shuttle services will be provided to transport guests from parking lots to the Gentry Center. Parking lots are:

  • Lot J – Engineering parking lot
  • Lot K – Power Plant parking lot
  • Lot L – Tiger Bell and 37th
  • Lot P – Queen Washington parking lot

More information on commencement can be found at http://www.tnstate.edu/records/commencement/.

 

 

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

TSU Schedules BioFuel Technology Workshops for Middle and High School Students, Teachers

Dr. Jason de Koff (center), assistant professor of agronomy and soil sciences at TSU, shares bioenergy research with visitors recently. The College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences will host a series of Biofuel Technology Workshops for middle and high school teachers and students from June 30 through July 3. (courtesy photo)
Dr. Jason de Koff (center), assistant professor of agronomy and soil sciences at TSU, shares bioenergy research with visitors recently. The College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences will host a series of Biofuel Technology Workshops for middle and high school teachers and students from June 30 through July 3. (courtesy photo)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – The College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences (CAHNS) will host a series of Biofuel Technology Workshops for middle and high school teachers and students from June 30 through July 3.

The four-day teachers/adults workshop will help prepare educators to teach about the emerging field of biofuels with a focus on feedstocks, conversion and policy/management through hands-on biofuel conversion, a tour of TSU’s agricultural labs, and informational sessions from the CAHNS’ biofuel specialists.

After completion of the workshop, attendees should have a better understanding of the best resources available for teaching and be better prepared to meet state learning expectations in this area. Lodging and travel accommodations will be paid for by the CAHNS, and all participants will receive a take-home kit to conduct a biofuel lab with up to 30 students. Space is limited.

The workshops for middle and high school students will be held on June 30 and July 2, respectively, and focus on teaching basic lab techniques used in biofuel conversion and growing biomaterials used in this process through hands-on participation, and will also include a leadership development component. All participants will receive a free TSU Biofuels T-shirt.

All workshops will be free to attend, in part to a grant funded by the USDA. To apply or request more information, contact Dr. Ahmad Naseer Aziz at aaziz@tnstate.edu or (615) 963-1595; Dr. Jason de Koff at jdekoff@tnstate.edu or (615) 963-4929; or Dr. Fisseha Tegegne at ftegegne@tnstate.edu or (615) 963-5830.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

TSU Communications Department Chair Wins Four Tennessee Associated Press Awards

Likes 2010
Dr. Terry Likes

NASHVILLE (TSU News Service) – The 2014 awards presentation for the best journalism in broadcast and print was held Saturday, March 22, at the Sheraton Nashville Downtown.

Dr. Terry Likes, professor and chair of the Department of Communications, captured three first-place awards and one-second place.  His reports aired on the Tennessee Radio Network with a variety of topics ranging from the music, news and sports industries.

Likes’ honors included the following:

ikes’ report on the Beatles also won 1st place in the Best of Competition category, from the Broadcast Education Association Faculty Audio Competition.

“It is an honor to represent TSU in this regard and to continue to enhance my reporting skills for the benefit of our students,” said Likes. “Evidence of current professional success helps in the classroom when students can see professors remain active in the industry, achieve at a high level, while professors can encourage students to seek excellence in their own student competitions.”

This is the 14th Tennessee Associated Press award for Likes.  He has also won six regional Edward R.  Murrow awards, is the recipient of 50 awards during his career including honors from the Broadcast Education Association, Kentucky Associated Press, National Broadcasting Society, and the National Press Club.  Since joining TSU in 2008, Likes has won 34 awards while his students have won 50 awards from the TN Associated Press, Southeast Journalism Conference, Society of Professional Journalists and National Broadcasting Society.

 

 

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

TSU Distinguished Lecture Series Welcomes Marc Lamont Hill to Campus April 2

Marc Lamont Hill
Marc Lamont Hill

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – The Division of Student Affairs at Tennessee State University welcomes journalist, author, political activist and television personality Marc Lamont Hill to campus Wednesday, April 2.

The event, part of the Distinguished Lecture Series, will take place in Kean Hall beginning at 1 p.m. The lecture is free and open to the public.

Hill has been a political analyst for CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and BET News correspondent; and host of HuffPost Live. He is also one of the leading hip-hop generation intellectuals in the country. Hill is the author of two books: Beats, Rhymes, and Classroom Life: Hip-Hop Pedagogy and the Politics of Identity, and The Classroom and the Cell: Conversations on Black life in America.

Since 2009, he has been on the faculty of Columbia University as associate professor of Education at Teachers College. He also holds an affiliated faculty appointment in African American Studies at the Institute for Research in African American Studies at Columbia University. In 2005, Ebony Magazine named Hill one of America’s top 30 Black leaders under 30 years old. In 2011, Ebony named him one of America’s 100 most influential Black leaders.

Hill holds a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, with research focusing on the intersections between culture, politics and education. He is particularly interested in locating various sites of possibility for political resistance, identity work and knowledge production outside of formal schooling contexts. Particular sites of inquiry include prisons, black bookstores, and youth cultural production.

Former Lecture Series guests have included award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien, political commentator Keith Boykin, actress Tasha Smith, actor and author Hill Harper, and four-time Olympic athlete Jackie Joyner-Kersee.

For more information on the Distinguished Lecture Series, contact the Office of Student Affairs at 615.963.5621 or the Office of Media Relations at 615.963.5331.

 

 

 

 

Department of Media Relations
Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

 

 

About Tennessee State University

With nearly 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.