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Dacula Students Graduate at University of North Georgia

Two graduated magna cum laude, 1 summa cum laude and 3 earned master's degrees.

Dacula, Ga., school news
Dacula, Ga., school news

From ReadMedia Newswire

The following students from Dacula graduated from the University of North Georgia during its spring commencement ceremonies, held May 9-10 on UNG's Dahlonega and Gainesville campuses.

Mercedes Taylor Ahearn graduated with an Associate of Science in Nursing.

Samantha Ashlyn Benslay graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Middle Grades Education.

Samuel Hinton Cantrell graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.

Ryan Scott Cooke graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Modern Languages: Chinese Language and Cultures.

Ryan Scott Cooke graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs.

Cyril Cabrera Federico graduated with a Master of Science in Nursing Education.

Andrew T. Garritson graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education.

Karla Mae Gibson graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs.

Hannah Marie Holloway graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Special Education.

Cherith Malika Kuhn graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education.

Jaime Lou Majors graduated with a Master of Science in Family Nurse Practitioner.

Sussy Katherine Pelaez graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science.

Lauren Ellen Peterka graduated with an Associate of Science in Nursing.

Hannah N. Riddle graduated with an Associate of Science in Early Childhood Education.

Hannah N. Riddle graduated with a One Year Certificate in Spanish Translation.

Tiffany Lynn Stigler graduated with a Master of Education in Middle Grades Math Science.

Diana Alexandra Trifoi graduated with distinction with an Associate of Science in Engineering.

Jennifer Umanzor graduated with distinction with an Associate of Science in Pre-Nursing.

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