LITTLE ROCK — Students from Southeast Arkansas were among the 891 graduates from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences on Sunday at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock.
Diplomas were presented to 162 in the College of Medicine; 203 in the College of Nursing; 117 in the College of Pharmacy; 45 in the Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health; 92 in the Graduate School and 272 from the 21 academic programs that make up the College of Health Professions.
The Southeast Arkansas graduates were:
• College of Medicine — Jordan Lupo Heath of Pine Bluff; Blake Lockwood of Stuttgart; Heather Pinckard of Pine Bluff;
• College of Nursing — Valerie Ann Beavers, Master of Science in nursing, of White Hall; Melanie Shervonne Bolen, Bachelor of Science in nursing, of Redfield; Melodie Anne Bradley, BSN, of Pine Bluff; Megan Elizabeth Brown, BSN, of Sheridan; Leah Kaitlin Cruthis, BSN, of Sheridan; Zach A. Davis, BSN, of Sheridan; LaSonya Michelle Griswold, MNSc, of Dumas; Robert Benjamin Hollinger, MNSc, of Monticello; Tiny Marie Johnson, MNSc, of Pine Bluff; Jenny Elisabeth Morgan, BSN, Stuttgart; Ashley Michelle Schreiner, MNSc, of Pine Bluff; Theresa M. Sikole, MNSc, of Monticello; Shandra Michele Vinson, MNSc, of Rison; Kennetta Latric Wiggins, MNSc, of McGehee;
• College of Pharmacy — Sarah Catherine Doss; Jett Jones of Stuttgart; Hiedi Layne Mason of Warren; Lindsay Edwards Smart; Zachary Judson Smith; Jillian Rachelle Stroud of White Hall;
• College of Health Professions — Amber LeAnne owers, Bachelor of Science in dental hygienge, of Redfield; Jennifer Lynn Callicott, Associate of Science in medical record technology, of White Hall; Stephanie Lauren Cope, Associtate of Science in medical radiography, of White Hall; Jennifer Gladden Drake, Bachelor of Science in diagnostic medical sonography, of Stuttgart; Elizabeth Leigh Hurtt, Associate of Science in medical record technology, of Sheridan; Layne Catherine James, Bachelor of Science in dental hygiene, of Monticello; Tommy Earl Johnston, Associate of Science in medical record technology, of Rison; Krista Allenison Jones, Associate of Science in medical radiography, of Fordyce; and Deana Jean Watson, Bachelor of Science in medical laboratory sciences, of Dumas.