The University of Alabama awarded some 5,436 degrees during spring 2018 commencement May 4-6.

Among the recipients are:

Houston West of Alexandria, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Miranda Chauncey of Anniston, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Macklin Crook of Anniston, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Nabila Haque of Anniston, juris doctor; Caroline LaFollette of Anniston, bachelor of science in human environmental science; Corey Phillis of Anniston, bachelor of science; Jacquirus Rhyne of Anniston, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Dustin Smith of Anniston, bachelor of social work; Regina Spikes of Anniston, bachelor of science in human environmental science; Ashley Watson of Anniston, bachelor of science in aerospace engineering; Sandy Bones of Bynum, master library information studies; Kristi Mertel of Centre, master of social work; Tristan Abrams of Fruithurst, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Elizabeth Day of Gadsden, bachelor of arts in communication; Julia Day of Gadsden, bachelor of arts in communication; James Miller of Gadsden, commerce business administration; Charles Newman of Gadsden, bachelor of science in geology; Jeana O’Bryant of Gadsden, educational specialist; Melanie Tolbert of Gadsden, bachelor of arts; Macie Edwards of Graham, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Austin Brooks of Tuscaloosa, master of science in human environmental sciences; Keegan Brower of Heflin, master in business administration; Jennifer Moore of Heflin, bachelor of science in nursing; Austin Walker of Heflin, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Nicholas Roy of Helfin, master of arts; Garrison Cunningham of Jacksonville, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Emma Foster of Jacksonville, bachelor of science in education; Kyle Furlow of Jacksonville, bachelor of science in chemistry; Jeffrey Moon of Jacksonville, master of arts; Garrett Preston of Jacksonville, bachelor of science in chemical engineering; Cameron Roberts of Lincoln, bachelor of science; Justin McCollum of Lineville, master of arts; Benjamin Alexander of Munford, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Breeland Beckwith of Ohatchee, bachelor of science in education; April Breland of Ohatchee, bachelor of science in human environmental science; Edward Roe of Ohatchee, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Austin Adams of Oxford, bachelor of science in civil engineering; Laura Alger of Oxford, master of social work; Ashley Bowen of Oxford, bachelor of science in human environmental science; Sydnee Cooper of Oxford, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Fangyu Guo of Oxford, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Hallie Kulick of Oxford, bachelor of arts; Katie O’Dell of Oxford, master of arts; Ziming Wang of Oxford, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Glenna Murphy of Pell City, master of social work; Allison Boswell of Piedmont, master library information studies; Mollie Lancaster of Piedmont, master of social work; Andrew Posey of Piedmont, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Terrika Woods of Ragland, bachelor of arts communication; Francisco Rovelo of Ranburne, bachelor of science in computer science; William Boyd of Roanoke, bachelor of science in education; Bradley Bozeman of Roanoke, master of science in human environmental sciences; Adam Gabriel of Southside, bachelor of science degree in computer science; Tobias Layman of Southside, master of fine arts; Kaitlin Little of Southside, bachelor of science in human environmental science; John Mark Mintz of Southside, master of arts; Hunter Pearce of Southside, juris doctor; Brett Twigg of Southside, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Kirsten Williams of Southside, bachelor of science; Christopher Barber of Talladega, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; QuaChina Carmichael of Talladega, bachelor of science in nursing; Katie Freeman of Talladega, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Jamal Jackson of Talladega, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Mary Lorino of Talladega, bachelor of arts; Frank Nolen of Talladega, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Riley Rutledge of Talladega, bachelor of science in education; Paige Vander Jagt of Talladega, master of social work; Zebulon Vaughn of Wadley, juris doctor; Evan Rogers of Weaver, bachelor of science in commerce business administration; Zackery Dailey of Wedowee, bachelor of arts in communication; Jalen Drummond of Wedowee, bachelor of arts.

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