Education Notes: Mercer information sessions June 26, July 26From Staff Reports
Mercer University’s Tift College of Education and College of Continuing and Professional Studies will hold information sessions for their undergraduate and graduate degree programs Tuesday, June 26 and Thursday, July 26 from 3:30-6:00 p.m. each day.
Information will be provided about Mercer’s B.S. Ed. In Early Childhood/Special Education and M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education, as well as BS and masters in Public Safety Leadership for individuals working in the field of public safety or interested in a public safety career.
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College: Ashley Morris of Newnan, bachelor of rural studies; Joseph Schriefer, III of Grantville, associate of animal sciences; Bradley Harris of Peachtree City, associate of agribusiness and agricultural economics.
Armstrong Atlantic State University: Michelle Poolman of Sharpsburg, BS in biology; Casey Howett of Brooks, BS in radiologic sciences; Joshua Rape of Fayetteville, BS in radiologic sciences.
College of William and Mary: Catherine Herring of Palmetto, BA.
Columbus State University: (with honors) Karen Vaughan of Newnan, BS in theatre education; Jessica Reffitt of Senoia, BM in music education; Casey Hall of Sharpsburg, BM in music education; Lindsay Grant of Fayetteville, BA in music; and William Jones of Hogansville, BBA in management. Michael Davis of Grantville, BS in health science; Cherae Gamble of Newnan, BS in health science; Jennifer Rabaduex of Newnan, MBA; Adam Wadsworth of Newnan, BA in communication; Amber Freeman of Hogansville, BS in education; Kimberly Powers of Hogansville, Master of Education; Joi Richardson of Fayetteville, BA in communication.
Mercer University: Robin Vance of Moreland, BM (magna cum laude); Jane Abel of Senoia, BM in education; Jessica Pinson of Newnan, BA; Randyl Cochran of Hogansville, BA (magna cum laude, University Honors); Jaquaye Okai of Fayetteville, BBA; Andre Samuelson of Fayetteville, BS in engineering.
Mercer Law: Craig Cooper of Newnan, Juris Doctorate – cum laude; John Cranford of Newnan, Juris Doctorate; Jacqueline Gess of Fayetteville, Juris Doctorate.
Mercer University School of Medicine: Alexandra Woychek of Fayetteville, Master of Public Health.
Virginia Military Institute: Stephen A. Sargent of Fayetteville, son of Malia S. Martin, BA in history.
Columbus State University: (One-year certification in criminal justice) Jason Edens of Sharpsburg, Jason Ercole of Senoia and Chadwick Myers of Fayetteville.
Jacksonville State University: Olivia Brown, Sanders Ferrell, Julia Lassetter, Alondria Newson and Jenny Raspberry, all of Newnan; Kayla Falvo of Franklin.
Berry College: Joe Crain, Hannah Dorsey, Katie Weisbecker, Kevin Scott and Stephanie Tomys, all of Newnan; Jennie Lambert, Ashley West, Ann Ryden, Rachel Adams and Grace Dunklin, all of Sharpsburg; Emily Barton of Fayetteville; Taylor Downs of Palmetto.
Jacksonville State University: Brian Hinkemeyer and Terry Hinkemeyer, both of Newnan; Christopher Benedetti of Senoia; James Bloodsworth of Franklin; Tess Echols and Kelly Tomlin of Fayetteville.
Stonehill College: Devin J. Johnson of Newnan.