Several area students have been recognized for their academic success at their respective colleges and universities.
University of Maryland Global Campus Graduation
The following local University of Maryland Global Campus students graduated in May:
- Taylor Olds of St. Augustine, associate of arts
- Brian Patrick Fenerty of Jacksonville, Bachelor of Science in computer networks and cybersecurity
Georgia Institute of Technology Graduation
The Georgia Institute of Technology presented degrees to more than 4,500 undergraduate and graduate students during the institute's 262nd commencement exercises May 6-7. Among the graduates were:
- Leah Cills of Ponte Vedra, Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering with high honors
- Jessica Ouyang of Ponte Vedra Beach, Bachelor of Science in biomedical engineering with highest honors
- Yevgen Polishchuk of Ponte Vedra Beach, Master of Science in analytics
- Oscar Aguilar of St. Augustine, Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering with highest honors
- Bhavik Desai of St. Augustine, Master of Science in mechanical engineering
- Ruchi Patel of St. Augustine, Bachelor of Science in computer science with highest honors
College of Charleston Academic Lists
The following local students have been named to the College of Charleston spring 2022 president's list or dean's list:
- Genevieve Bushey of Ponte Vedra, majoring in business administration. President's list.
- Zoe Koutoufaris of Ponte Vedra. President's list.
- Sydney Vitti of Ponte Vedra, majoring in German and Music. Dean's list.
- Anna Schollenberger of St. Augustine has been named to Alvernia University's dean's list for the spring 2022 semester.
- Natalie Akers was named to the Miami University spring 2021-22 president's list.
- Philippe Lamarre of St. Augustine was named to the spring 2022 Head of School Scholar Honors list at Pomfret School.
- Three area students at Mercer University have been named to the dean’s list. They are: Glenn Mandel, senior, College of Health Professions; Ryan Palmer, sophomore, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; and Natalie Hanberry, junior, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
— Compiled by Shaun Ryan