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Two dozen Valley residents graduate UNR

Staff Reports

Two dozen Carson Valley university students graduated on Saturday, according to the University of Nevada, Reno.

The University's December Commencement included August and December graduates and confered 1,795 degrees and certificates: 1,404 bachelor's degrees and 391 advanced degrees (master's and doctoral degrees) will be awarded.

The list of graduates released on Thursday does not include those Valley residents who have changed their addresses to Reno.

Minden

Alexandra Ellison College of Liberal Arts Master of Public Administration

Joel Kaufmann College of Liberal Arts dual Bachelor of Arts

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Abigail Lewis College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

Kaylene Lyons Division of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science

Brittney Pericoli Reynolds School of Journalism Bachelor of Arts

Rachel Rauber Interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science

Leslie Shaw Orvis School of Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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Farameitha Chaerani Reynolds School of Journalism Bachelor of Arts

Michael Colyer College of Business Master of Business Administration

Michael Darby College of Business Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Kelsey Lalonde College of Agriculture, Biotechnology, and Natural Resources Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Science

Tia Lyons Division of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science

Fernando Ramos College of Business Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Chandie Rice College of Education Master of Education

Walker Spurgeon College of Engineering Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engrg

Justin Stewart College of Engineering Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Ashley Beekhof College of Business Executive Master of Business Administration

Justine Cawthorne Interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science

Breana Chabot College of Education Bachelor of Science in Education

Stephanie Nishikida College of Education Bachelor of Science

Donald Poole College of Liberal Arts Master of Justice Management

Kaitlyn Wood College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts

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Mallory Ong College of Agriculture, Biotechnology, and Natural Resources Bachelor of Science