Valdosta State University has announced the names of students from Summer 2012 who have met all qualifications for graduation. More than 500 have been recognized for receiving their associate's, bachelor's or master's degrees. Area students include:
Nathan J Pendergrass, of Fayetteville - Associate of Arts
Jaimie Michelle Concord, of Fayetteville - Bachelor of Arts, English
Matthew Joseph Partington, of Fayetteville - Bachelor of Arts, History
Nina Antionette Moore, of Riverdale - Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
Whitney Renee Pauls, of Fairbairn - Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
Katelyn M Zimmerman, of Fayetteville - Bachelor of General Studies
Eboni Briana Baitey, of Fayetteville - Bachelor of Science in Education, Special Education
Audrey Lee Dowis, of Peachtree City - Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology
Joshua Donald Williams, of Fairburn - Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology
Jason Lyndell Candy, of Senoia - Master of Education, Curriculum & Instructional Accomplished Teaching
Valdosta State University is a premier regional university, characterized by outstanding instruction, a wide range of student life opportunities and a close connection to the community. Established in 1906, the institution's mission is to prepare students to meet global opportunities and challenges through excellence in teaching and learning; to expand the boundaries of current knowledge, and explore the practical applications of that knowledge, through excellence in scholarship and creative endeavors; and to promote the economic, cultural, and educational progress of the community and region, through excellence in service outreach. VSU seeks to accomplish this mission in a dynamic, student-centered learning environment marked by a respect for diverse abilities, backgrounds, and contributions by all members of the university community.
Learn more about VSU at www.valdosta.edu.