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55 Valley residents to graduate UNR this week

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Graduate list

The following is a list of Valley residents receiving degrees from the University of Nevada, Reno. The university cautions that reporting hometown cities is optional for students and is self-reported. Also, some students, even if they graduated and consider one of those towns as their hometown, may have a Reno address now and may not be listed here.

Carson Valley residents receiving master’s degrees are

Chase Edward White

April D. Crandall

Ellery Brooke Wagner

Alessandra Melina Garcia

August V. Greth

Walker Lee Spurgeon

Weslyn Renee Hamilton

Kathrine Rose Rempt

Bachelor of arts degrees:

Jacob Walter Connolly

Brandon Paul Hawn

Shelby Madison Stoll

Matthew James Ebert

Darby M. Mattinson

Kassidy Anne Freitas

Shelby Rene Gallagher

Dusten C. Plante

Bachelor of arts in education

Hannah May

Amy Lee Rice

Bachelor of science

Hayley Marie Cline

Kellie Christine Hergenrader

Dakotah L. Higginson

Nina Charlotta Lehr

Bryana McNamara

Daniel L. Edmonds

Samantha Leanne Brown

Savannah J. Halow

Courtney Kratz

Nolan Jody Weintz

Taylor M. Souza

Cody Nicholas Tindel

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Jason Patrick Connolly

Mikayla C. Slack

Evan Michael Carini

Vanessa B. Cross

Akashdeep Singh Dhaliwal

Chelsea NIcole Osborn

Elizabeth Theresa Williams

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

Richard Dean Mannschreck

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

Ryan Simons

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engrg

Andrew Joseph Frost

Juliet Villanueva

Bachelor of Science in Education

Brett James Anderson

Elizabeth Claire Anderson

Katharine Siobhan Eshelman

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Michael Alexander Hoyt

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Engineering

Brandon Joseph Josifko

Samuel R. Frost

Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering

Ricardo Gonzalez

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Hannah Cheyanne Higginson

Katherine Joanne Tretheway

Courtney A. Curcio

Elizabeth Ilene Morton

Bachelor of Social Work

Mandy L. Coscarart

Alisa A. Merino

Briana Ellen Neben

More than 50 current and former Carson Valley residents will receive degrees in this week’s University of Nevada, Reno, graduation ceremony.

Eight residents will receive master’s degrees and 47 will get bachelor’s degrees, according to the university.

The University of Nevada, Reno’s 128th Commencement will confer 3,137 degrees, the largest amount of degrees conferred in one semester. The commencement exercises will take place over four ceremonies in three days – Thursday, Friday, and Saturday and will be on the University’s Quad, located on the southern part of campus. Each ceremony focuses on particular colleges, and both undergraduate and graduate degrees for each of those colleges will be granted.

During the University’s Commencement ceremonies this year, 2,519 bachelor degrees, 549 advanced-degrees (master’s and doctoral degrees) and 69 University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine degrees will be awarded. The University awarded 2,808 total degrees last spring and has seen a 50-percent increase in degrees conferred since 2010 due to increased enrollment and improved graduation rates.

The schedule for awarding the degrees is:

5 p.m. Thursday: College of Engineering, Orvis School of Nursing and College of Science

8 a.m. Friday: College of Business, School of Community Health Sciences, Division of Health Sciences (Social Work) and School of Medicine (Speech Pathology)

5 p.m. Friday: College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources and College of Education

8 a.m. Saturday: College of Liberal Arts and Reynolds School of Journalism

Free public parking is available in the West Stadium Parking Complex and the Blue and Green surface lots on the north end of campus. Shuttles will be available two hours before each ceremony. The Brian J. Whalen Parking Complex will be available for handicap parking. Due to increased traffic seen around Commencement ceremonies, the public is strongly encouraged to allow extra time and arrive early.