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WVWC celebrates December 2020 grads

BUCKHANNON — West Virginia Wesleyan College (WVWC) announced it will conduct virtual commencement exercises on Tuesday to celebrate its December 2020 graduates, which is composed of 33 undergraduate and graduate students.

“We are excited to celebrate the achievements of our December 2020 graduates,” said WVWC President Joel Thierstein. “We look forward to hearing about all the wonderful directions they will go in their lives.”

West Virginia Wesleyan will confer undergraduate and graduate degrees to 33 Wesleyan students via Zoom on Tuesday, December 8. The December 2020 graduating class comprises 26 students from West Virginia, two from Maryland, one from North Carolina, one from Pennsylvania, one from Virginia, one from Colorado and one international student from Spain.

The December 2020 graduates are as follows: Adrianna Adkins, Parsons, Master of Science in nursing; Audrey Barber, Hurricane, Bachelor of Science in marketing/Bachelor of Arts in elementary education; Stephanie Barker, Buckhannon, Master of Science in nursing; Jacqueline Boord, Severna Park, Maryland, Bachelor of Arts in public relations; Caitlin Cottrell, Elizabeth, Bachelor of Arts in political science, international studies – summa cum laude; Mikayla Dahlager, Littleton, Colorado, Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice; Jessica Davis, Lost Creek, Bachelor of Arts in elementary education; Sydney Deavers, Beckley, Bachelor of Arts in English – summa cum laude; Emily DeWitt, Fairmont, Doctor of Nursing Practice; Danielle Dougherty, Beverly, Master of Science in nursing; Taylor Garner, Vienna, Bachelor of Science in biology – magna cum laude; Teresa Harkins, Bridgeport, Master of Science in nursing; Serina Hovis, Buckhannon, Bachelor of Arts in elementary education, sociology – cum laude; Tracey Judy, Charleston, Master of Science in nursing; Alexander Lee, Harpers Ferry, Bachelor of Music Education; Letha Little, Lewisburg, Master of Science in nursing; Lindsay Malenich, Bridgeport, Bachelor of Music Education, summa cum laude; Samantha Marteney, Buckhannon, Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice, political science and sociology – magna cum laude; Jaimee Martin, Wheeling, Bachelor of Science in exercise science; Jessica Mongold, Philippi, Master of Science in nursing; Mariah Nickoles, Triadelphia, Bachelor of Arts in art, gender studies – summa cum laude; Anna Puigvert i Juan, Banyoles, Spain, Bachelor of Science in physics – summa cum laude; Savanah Randolph, Saint Albans, Bachelor of Arts in elementary education; Amanda Redlinger, Finleyville, Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Arts in English; Haley Roberts, Renick, Bachelor of Arts in elementary education – cum laude; Jessica Schoolcraft, Renick, Master of Science in nursing; Victoria Shomo-Cross, Belington, Master of Science in nursing; Steven Sponaugle, Parsons, Master of Science in nursing; Sydney Stansberry, Vienna, Master of Business Administration; Seth Stoeckle, Buckhannon, Bachelor of Science in business administration/Master of Business Administration – cum laude; Lita Suttle, Mount Pleasant, North Carolina, Bachelor of Arts in public relations; Collin Wallace, Elkton, Virginia, Master of Business Administration; and Dedan Williams, Forestville, Maryland, Bachelor of Science in sport business.

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