Lamar University awarded 1,680 degrees at its Spring Commencement. Lamar University conferred 44 doctoral degrees during the commencement ceremonies. Below are Lamar’s local doctoral graduates and their majors, listed according to their hometowns.

Doctorates:

Bridge City: Keith Alan Jones, educational leadership.

Masters:

Bridge City: Joseph Eston Nichols, business administration.

Bachelor’s degrees were also handed out to the following local students.

Bridge City:  Randy Wayne Becker Jr., applied arts and sciences; Joshua Andrew Dial, accounting; Kaitlyn Renee Ezell, interdisciplinary studies; Katie Aliese Faulk, interdisciplinary studies; Bruce Edward Gibson Jr., applied arts and sciences; Sheila Lynn Holbrooks, applied arts and sciences; Cheryl Ann Sterling, nursing; Bonnie Beth Thierheimer, applied arts and sciences and Jerry Michael Winfrey, criminal justice.

Deweyville: Jacie Lane Smith, speech and hearing sciences.

Mauriceville: Haley Ann Matthews, biology.

Orange: Lori Mozell Allbright, kinesiology; Hannah Yvette Arnett, nursing; Kristopher Blake Borel, construction management; Mattie B. Brittain, interdisciplinary studies; DeMarcus Jamal Bushnell, nursing; Jackson David Calhoun, psychology; Tara Dyanne Casey, interdisciplinary studies; Jeremy W. Chauvin, industrial technology; Baylie A. Comeaux, exercise science fitness management; Tiffini Nicole Croak, general studies; Nichole Elizabeth Daleo, exercise science fitness management; Camille Christina Daniels, interdisciplinary studies; Devyn Taylor Davis, interdisciplinary studies; John Alan Doyle, applied arts and sciences; Robert A. Ehrlich, chemical engineering; Tyler Prescott Evans, mathematics; Anthony Robert Fraccastoro, communication; Kalyn Denise Harkness, accounting, management information systems; Bailey Elyse Harper, human resource management; William G. Head, industrial technology; April Angela Henderson, sociology; Parker Jacob James, applied arts and sciences; Jariah Lanae’ Jones, applied arts and sciences; Kyle Douglas Kibodeaux, civil engineering; James Allen Lang II, graphic design; Sheldon J. Lee, marketing; Timothy Shane Marburger, computer science; Samantha Marie Martin, nursing; Kevin Michael McGee, communication; Tiffany Lenee Mcknight, nursing; Ameena Mitha, industrial technology; Logan Eric Moss, exercise science fitness management; Jayce Arthur Nelson, kinesiology; Elizabeth Rachel Newell, mathematics; Jaclyn Rose Patronella, criminal justice; Haley Nicole Permenter, marketing; Latasha M. Richard, exercise science fitness management; Crystal Renee Rogillio, general studies; Peyton L. Taylor, interdisciplinary studies; Shaela Noelle Thayer, nursing; Tiffani Jane Thompson, general studies; Rosemary H. Truong, nursing; Hoa Phu Tsan, mechanical engineering; Scott Austin Vaughan, environmental science; Courtney Marie Verma, biology; Ashton Marie Wagner, psychology and Danyel Lee Wyatt, general studies.

Orangefield: Rebecca Marie Higginbotham, marketing.

Vidor: Timothy Wayne Brown, chemistry; Delia Dee Carter, Applied Arts and Sciences; Jessica M. Childs, social work; Amy Denise Comeaux, nursing; Caleb Michael Greene, music; Emmy Anne Hammonds, biology, political science; Jack Wayne Ingle Jr., sociology; Madelynn Nichole Marlow, nursing; Bryan Dylan Mitchell, marketing; Larissa Barclay Monson, nursing; Whitney Marie Murdock, psychology; Travis Dillon Myers, communication; Sherry L. Poole, general studies; Sarah Jane Reed, nutrition dietetic hospitality; Danny Joe Rose II, construction management and Madalynn Jannise Smith, interdisciplinary studies.