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James Madison University Graduates Local Students and Announces Dean’s List

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The following students graduated from James Madison University during the May 5, 2012 commencement exercises.

Mark Barr of Purcellville graduated with a bachelor of business administration degree in accounting.

Kyle Holbrook of Waterford graduated with a bachelor of business administration degree in accounting.

Kevin Reilly of Lovettsville graduated with a bachelor of science degree in athletic training.

Virginia Horne of Purcellville graduated with a bachelor of science degree in biology.

Hailey Huebner of Waterford graduated with a bachelor of science degree in biology.

Waleed Ahmad of Round Hill graduated with a bachelor of science degree in chemistry.

Phillip Chambers of Hamilton graduated with a bachelor of science degree in chemistry.

Haley Athey of Lovettsville graduated with a bachelor of science degree in communication sciences and disorders.

Heather Grimsley of Leesburg graduated with a bachelor of science degree in communication sciences and disorders.

Caitlin Von Gersdorff of Purcellville graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in communication studies.

Matthew Schuchman of Round Hill graduated with a bachelor of science degree in computer science.

Matthew Serone of Leesburg graduated with a bachelor of science degree in computer science.

Matthew Carlson of Lovettsville graduated with a bachelor of science degree in economics.

Kathryn Stillman of Lovettsville graduated with a master of arts degree in Teaching.

Alexa Sweeney of Purcellville graduated with a master of arts degree in Teaching.

Jedediah Caldwell of Purcellville graduated with a bachelor of science degree in engineering.

Taylor Clark of Round Hill graduated with a bachelor of science degree in engineering.

Zachary Murter of Lovettsville graduated with a bachelor of science degree in engineering.

Nicholas Thiel of Bluemont graduated with a bachelor of science degree in engineering.

Andrew Beggs of Round Hill graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in English.

Georgina Buckley of Purcellville graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in English.

Casey Bailey of Bluemont graduated with a bachelor of science degree in health sciences.

Jennifer Bocher of Leesburg graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in history.

Christopher Keys of Peaonian Springs graduated with a bachelor of science degree in integrated science and technology.

Eric Rothschild of Purcellville graduated with a bachelor of science degree in integrated science and technology.

Timothy Teague of Waterford graduated with a bachelor of science degree in integrated science and technology.

Melanie Curto of Round Hill graduated with a bachelor of science degree in interdisciplinary liberal studies.

Robyn Murphy of Bluemont graduated with a bachelor of science degree in interdisciplinary liberal studies.

Matthew Carlson of Lovettsville graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in international affairs.

Luke Vinton of Purcellville graduated with a bachelor of science degree in justice studies.

Brett Calhoun of Purcellville graduated with a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology.

Scott Mayer of Waterford graduated with a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology.

Elise Moroz of Leesburg graduated with a bachelor of science degree in mathematics.

Alex Palmieri of Round Hill graduated with a bachelor of science degree in mathematics.

Melinda Boisjolie of Purcellville graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in media arts and design.

Elizabeth Charlton of Waterford graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in media arts and design.

Alison Denale of Bluemont graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in philosophy and religion.

Anthony Saikin of Leesburg graduated with a bachelor of science degree in physics.

Victoria Dickens of Purcellville graduated with a bachelor of science degree in psychology.

Johanna Safford of Bluemont graduated with a bachelor of science degree in sociology.

Sierra Schue of Lovettsville graduated with a bachelor of science degree in writing, rhetoric and technical communications.

Jennifer Wallace of Purcellville graduated with a bachelor of science degree in writing, rhetoric and technical communications.

Dr. Linwood H. Rose, who is stepping down as president of the university June 30, spoke at the ceremony Saturday, May 5, 2012 in Harrisonburg. Rose conferred degrees to approximately 3,567 undergraduate students and 558 graduate students at his final commencement exercises as JMU’s fifth president.

The following James Madison University students have been named to the dean’s list for the spring 2012 semester:

Victoria Smith of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Smith is majoring in art history.

Brianna Speacht of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Speacht is majoring in art history.

Sarah Gottfried of Lovettsville has earned dean’s list honors. Gottfried is majoring in biology.

Benjamin Holland of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Holland is majoring in biology.

Matthew Wallace of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Wallace is majoring in biology.

Alexa Vinci of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Vinci is majoring in chemistry.

Haley Athey of Lovettsville has earned dean’s list honors. Athey is majoring in communication sciences and disorders.

Heather Grimsley of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Grimsley is majoring in communication sciences and disorders.

Philip Cangelosi of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Cangelosi is majoring in communication studies.

Lindsey Korode of Hamilton has earned dean’s list honors. Korode is majoring in communication studies.

John McWilliams of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. McWilliams is majoring in communication studies.

Carrie Robinson of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Robinson is majoring in communication studies.

James Paschal of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Paschal is majoring in computer information systems.

Corey Gagnon of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Gagnon is majoring in computer science.

Gillian Hayes of Hamilton has earned dean’s list honors. Hayes is majoring in computer science.

Meghan Snapp of Bluemont has earned dean’s list honors. Snapp is majoring in dietetics.

Elena Vanderveldt of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Vanderveldt is majoring in dietetics.

Zachary Murter of Lovettsville has earned dean’s list honors. Murter is majoring in engineering.

Andrew Beggs of Round Hill has earned dean’s list honors. Beggs is majoring in English.

Thalia Ghandforoush of Waterford has earned dean’s list honors. Ghandforoush is majoring in finance.

Danny Ngai of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Ngai is majoring in finance.

John Parker of Philomont has earned dean’s list honors. Parker is majoring in geographic science and justice studies.

Lauren Dodson of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Dodson is majoring in health sciences.

Donna Ngai of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Ngai is majoring in health sciences.

Abigail Polizotto of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Polizotto is majoring in health sciences.

Elise Sawtelle of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Sawtelle is majoring in health sciences.

Krista Kearney of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Kearney is majoring in history.

Christopher Keys of Peaonian Springs has earned dean’s list honors. Keys is majoring in integrated science and technology.

Eric Rothschild of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Rothschild is majoring in integrated science and technology.

Kyle Pratt of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Pratt is majoring in intelligence analysis.

Briana Biggs of Lovettsville has earned dean’s list honors. Biggs is majoring in interdisciplinary liberal studies.

Kelcey Farren of Waterford has earned dean’s list honors. Farren is majoring in interdisciplinary liberal studies.

Katherine Rindfleisch of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Rindfleisch is majoring in interdisciplinary liberal studies.

Katherine Snyder of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Snyder is majoring in interdisciplinary liberal studies.

Dylan Kendall of Round Hill has earned dean’s list honors. Kendall is majoring in justice studies.

James Hemphill of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Hemphill is majoring in kinesiology.

Kyle Rosel of Round Hill has earned dean’s list honors. Rosel is majoring in management.

Stephanie Skaggs of Waterford has earned dean’s list honors. Skaggs is majoring in management.

Matthew Lesiv of Lovettsville has earned dean’s list honors. Lesiv is majoring in marketing.

Steven Siker of Waterford has earned dean’s list honors. Siker is majoring in marketing.

Elizabeth Charlton of Waterford has earned dean’s list honors. Charlton is majoring in media arts and design.

Anne Elsea of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Elsea is majoring in media arts and design.

Kelsey Jefferies of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Jefferies is majoring in media arts and design.

Kristin Silver of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Silver is majoring in media arts and design.

Kaitlin Silver of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Silver is majoring in media arts and design.

Kelcie Melino of Lovettsville has earned dean’s list honors. Melino is majoring in modern foreign language.

Quentin Walston of Round Hill has earned dean’s list honors. Walston is majoring in music.

Alicia Embrey of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Embrey is majoring in nursing.

James Corcoran of Waterford has earned dean’s list honors. Corcoran is majoring in physics.

Anthony Saikin of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Saikin is majoring in physics.

Christina Grier of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Grier is majoring in political science.

Aislin Kavaldjian of Lovettsville has earned dean’s list honors. Kavaldjian is majoring in political science.

Teri Corbett of Lovettsville has earned dean’s list honors. Corbett is majoring in psychology.

Victoria Dickens of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Dickens is majoring in psychology.

Rebecca Kinsey of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Kinsey is majoring in psychology.

Kathleen McGurk of Hamilton has earned dean’s list honors. McGurk is majoring in psychology.

Madalyn Munday of Hamilton has earned dean’s list honors. Munday is majoring in psychology.

Lauren Talbot of Leesburg has earned dean’s list honors. Talbot is majoring in psychology.

Regan Whitehair of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Whitehair is majoring in psychology.

Devin Gannaway of Hamilton has earned dean’s list honors. Gannaway is majoring in social work.

Megan Gruneisen of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Gruneisen is majoring in sociology.

Tiffany Adler of Purcellville has earned dean’s list honors. Adler is majoring in studio art.

Students who earn dean’s list honors must carry at least 12 graded credit hours and earn a GPA of between 3.5 and 3.899.

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