Education Notes

Area Residents Named to President’s List at Georgia College

The following area residents completed courses with exemplary marks and made the President’s List for spring semester 2013 from Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville: Kathleen Dunphy and Jennifer Hill of Fayetteville; Alleigh Ray of Moreland; Amanda Caldwell, Erin Crisp, Connor Grieb, Ashley Quesinberry, Jenna Salichs, Morgan Caldwell, Keri Johnson, Olivia Meeks of Newnan; Hannah Drabek of Palmetto; Alexis Hovanec of Senoia; and Morgan Branch, Ashley Buchanan, Megan McGurl, Kristopher Nelson of Sharpsburg.

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Local residents named to Georgia College Dean’s List

The following local students completed courses with exemplary marks and made the Dean’s List for 2013 spring semester at Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville: Margaret Foulk, Jennifer Harper, Daniel Hearn, Samuel Moore, Karen Underwood of Fayetteville; Hilary Lassetter, Lydia Ozier of Grantville; Rachel Bryan, Thomas Cornay, Briana Morgan, Kyle Sorrells, Melissa Sport, Hannah Hagley, Allison Smith, Erin Zauner of Newnan; Katie Bendall, Brennen Sowell of Senoia; Payton Burchfield, Edward Kelly, Delaney Rhodes, Trista Underwood, Deanna Upchurch and Joanna Wierzbicki of Sharpsburg.

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Two on University of Evansville Dean’s List

Two local students earned a position on the University of Evansville Dean’s List for academic achievements during the Spring Semester 2013. They are Kyle Abraham of Sharpsburg, who is majoring in theatre management, and Laura Lambert of Newnan, who is majoring in neuroscience

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Berry College announces graduates

Berry College welcomed 378 new alums May 11 at the Spring Commencement. Among them were: Rachel Adams of Sharpsburg, bachelor of science degree in interdisciplinary studies; Daniel Boccella of Fayetteville, bachelor of science in marketing; Taylor Downs of Palmetto, bachelor of arts in music; Ann Ryden of Sharpsburg, bachelor of arts in Spanish; Katie Weisbecker of Newnan, bachelor of science degree in marketing and management.

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Four from Sharpsburg graduate from Point U.

Point University held its 75th spring commencement exercises on Saturday, May 11, during which degrees were conferred upon 173 students who completed their program in the Fall and Spring terms. Four people from Sharpsburg were among the graduates.

They are Erin Greer, bachelor of science in early childhood education; Steven Cooper, bachelor of science in human relations; Mary Fields, bachelor of science in human relations; Candice Vines, bachelor of science in human relations.




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