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Local students receive degrees from AASU

POSTED: January 27, 2014 4:45 p.m.

SAVANNAH – The following local students graduated from Armstrong Atlantic State University on Dec. 7:


Taneilia Walker from Clyo, Master of Education with a major in adult education
Joseph Peny from Rincon, Master of Science with a major in early childhood education
Hilary Sasser from Bloomingdale, Master of Arts in Teaching with a major in early childhood education
Bridgette Kincade from Guyton, Bachelor of Science with a major in art education
Natascha Davis from Newington, Bachelor of Science in Nursing with a major in nursing
Christina Exley from Rincon, Bachelor of Science in Nursing with a major in nursing
Taylor Moore from Rincon, Bachelor of Science in Nursing with a major in nursing
Hanna Mosley from Rincon, Bachelor of Science in Nursing with a major in nursing
Jana Pearce from Springfield, Bachelor of Science in Nursing with a major in nursing
Emily Sellars from Guyton, Bachelor of Science in Nursing with a major in nursing
Miranda Mitchell from Guyton, Bachelor of Science with a major in criminal justice
Lesi Centers from Guyton, Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in early childhood education
Brandi Hatfield from Guyton, Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in early childhood education
Charity Masters from Eden, Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in early childhood education
Olivia Meeks from Guyton, Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in early childhood education
Taylor Sauerland from Guyton, Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in early childhood education
Emily Scott from Rincon, Bachelor of Arts with a major in English
Jill Burchett from Rincon, Bachelor of Liberal Studies with a major in liberal studies
William Watson from Springfield, Bachelor of Arts with a major in history
Lauren Conner from Guyton, Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in health and physical education
Christopher Zittrouer from Guyton, Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in health and physical education
Kristen Redding from Eden, Bachelor of Health Science with a major in health science
Meghan Thompson from Rincon, Bachelor of Health Science with a major in health science
Erin Gann from Guyton, Bachelor of Information Technology with a major in information technology
Joseph Pilz from Rincon, Bachelor of Science with a major in mathematical sciences
Jessica D’Angelo from Rincon, Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science with a major in medical laboratory science
Julian Pace from Clyo, Bachelor of Arts with a major in music
David Elliott from Guyton, Bachelor of Arts with a major in political science
Jessica Griffin from Bloomingdale, Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a major in psychology
Emily Thornton from Bloomingdale, Bachelor of Arts with a major in psychology
Cynthia Grovenstein from Clyo, Bachelor of Science in Nursing with a major in RN to BSN option
Stephanie VanGeel from Guyton, Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in visual arts.


More than 650 degrees were conferred to candidates representing Armstrong’s colleges of Education, Health Professions, Liberal Arts, and Science and Technology at the 2013 winter commencement. Brasseler USA president Don L. Waters, also a University System of Georgia Regent and a 1975 graduate of Armstrong, served as the keynote speaker.


For the first time in the university’s history, Armstrong recognized active duty military and veterans at the winter commencement ceremonies. Graduates who have served or are currently serving in the U.S. armed forces donned patriotic red, white and blue cords over their traditional graduation gowns at the commencement ceremonies.


Armstrong president Linda M. Bleicken welcomed the 2013 graduates and their families to winter commencement.

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