Southeastern confers degrees on 1,156
HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana University celebrated 1,156 graduates Tuesday, May 18, and Wednesday, May 19, in several separate commencement ceremonies on campus.
Southeastern graduates included 434 men and 722 women, who were receiving 15 different degrees and representing 21 states and 22 countries.
Candidates for associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees were honored.
The university awarded its highest academic honor, the President’s Medal for Academic Excellence, to 16 students with the highest cumulative grade point average in the university’s five colleges. All medal winners finished with a 4.0 grade point average.
Students receiving associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees were:
St John The Baptist Parish
LaPlace — Krystn S. Charlie, Educational Leadership; Chandler M. Duhe, Educational Leadership; Ashlyn G. Hymel, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Addie M. Melancon, Educational Leadership;
Edgard — Nicholas R. Borne, Kinesiology;
LaPlace — Ta’Lynn Belle, Spanish; Christina F. Bergeron, Psychology; Jada D. Butler, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Emone O. Cade, Health Systems Management; Thomas E. Dettman, History; Heather S. Drago, Chemistry; Alana Hall, Criminal Justice; Heather M. Hebert, Nursing; Destiney N. Holley, Accounting; Keely R. Johnson, Engineering Technology; Genae G. Keitt, Family & Consumer Sciences; Charlene L. McGee, General Studies; Sage M. Mulkey, Finance; Myca S. Parker, Spec Educ M/MOD Grades 1-5; Patrick R. Ratliff, Industrial Technology; Hailey A. Rico, Kinesiology; J’La J. Swafford, Marketing; Jayce C. Tamplain, Management; Hailey M. Tassin, General Studies; Morgan K. Torres, Biological Sciences; Clifford Turner, General Studies; Pares M. Webb, Marketing; Heather K. Williams, Psychology;
Reserve — Tori A. Warner, English;
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