32 Troy Student-Athletes receive degrees
TROY, Ala (troytrojans.com) – Troy University held its 2016 Spring Commencement ceremonies in Trojan Arena on Friday and 32 current and former Troy student-athletes were among the some 800 students who received their degrees.
The Troy graduating class had representation from 31 U.S. states, one territory and 12 other nations. Troy’s 32 student-athletes represented eight different sports.
Arlene Jackson, associate vice chancellor for global initiatives for the American Association of Colleges and Universities, delivered the keynote address.
Jackson has a rich background in international education. She was appointed AASCU’s director for international education in December 2001 and assumed her current role in 2015 to develop and implement national programs and activities that expand and enrich the internationalization of 420-plus AASCU member institutions.
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Troy 2016 Spring Commencement Student-Athletes
Jo-El Bennett – Sport and Fitness Management
Tripp Calhoun – Exercise Science
Hoke Granger – Social Science
Robert Harris – Criminal Justice
Windham Jackson – Social Science
Caitlyn Ramirez – Criminal Justice
Rachel Reid – Psychology
Shaq Beverly – Sport and Fitness Management
Brandon Burks – Criminal Justice
Josh Burnham – Sport and Fitness Management
Antonio Garcia – Criminal Justice
Lonnie Gosha – Human Services
Tyler Lassiter – Sport and Fitness Management
Garrett Peek – Sport and Fitness Management
Dontreal Pruitt – Psychology
Teddy Ruben – Social Science
Jed Solomon – Sport and Fitness Management
Chandler Worthy – Business
Payton Donley – Exercise Science
Jasmine Fahrnbauer – Exercise Science
Jane Latif – Criminal Justice
Kirsten Rendall – Social Work
Emily Sleeman – Psychology
Michelle Phelps – Social Science Education
Ashley Rainey – Biology
Men’s Track and Field
Garric Hawkins – Global Business
Chaun Lynn – Social Science
Women’s Track and Field
Julia Ostendorf – Health Education
Alicia Dukes – Mathematics
Katie Feemster – Biology
Darby Griff – Exercise Science
Blair Winston – Global Business