Caroline students earn Salisbury University degrees
SALISBURY — Some 23 Caroline County students recently graduated from Salisbury University. They were among the 1,644 students who received 1,392 bachelor’s degrees, 238 master’s degrees and 14 doctoral degrees during a ceremony at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center.
Denton area residents include Justin Ayers, B.S., management; Marshall Bailey, B.A., theater; Ryan Callahan, M.A.T.; Emily Hawkins, B.S., exercise science, summa cum laude; Maggie McMahon, B.A.S.W.; Rachel Slaughter, B.S., elementary education, magna cum laude; and Ashley Sotomayor, B.A.S.W.
Federalsburg area residents include Emily Cox, B.A., psychology, B.A., communication arts; Lauren Hitchens, B.S., physical education, cum laude; Ashile Irwin, elementary education, magna cum laude; Jacob Latta-Morissette, B.S., exercise science, magna cum laude, Thomas E. Bellavance University Honors; Mackenzie Tull, B.S., elementary education; and Asma Ullah, B.S., biology.
Preston area residents include Katelyn Bergbower, B.A., psychology; Katelyn Carroll, B.A.S.W.; Megan Johnson, B.S., elementary education; Ronald Warden, B.A., environmental studies; Colleen Dawkins, B.S., medical laboratory science; and Nolan Patten, B.S., accounting, cum laude.
Greensboro area residents include Victoria Edwards, B.A., English, summa cum laude; Holly Hayman, D.N.P.; and Tyler Sharpe, B.S., respiratory therapy.
Other area residents include Mason Casanova, B.S., physics, of Henderson.