Commencement

Megan Fischer moves her tassel during the conclusion of the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering May 2022 commencement ceremony at the Coliseum on May 14.

Thousands of West Virginia University graduates participated in 16 commencement ceremonies at the Coliseum and the Canady Creative Arts Center on May 13-15.
The final total graduate number for the 2022 spring semester was 3,888.

Listed below are area graduates.

Clay

Indore — Clarissa Keiffer, immunology and medical microbiology

Fayette

Charlton Heights — Jerreyanne Jeffries, Regents Bachelor of Arts

Fayetteville — Caleb Bailes, general business; Marilyn Bodkin, nursing; Kelsea Harler, animal and nutritional sciences; Savannah Kincaid, exercise physiology; Nayreschca Pacheco Sanchez, women’s and gender studies; Jonathan Pullens, nursing; Amber Skaggs, nursing; Lauren Weatherford, community development policy and practice; Tyler Zimm, professional pharmacy

Glen Jean — Brianna Wingrove, health informatics and information management

Hico — Felicity McSweeney, nursing;

Lookout — Eva Barber, criminology; Cosmo Scott, wildlife and fisheries resources

Meadow Bridge — Trevor Ford, physics and chemistry

Mount Hope — Emily Boyd, human performance and health

Nallen — Halie Casto, elementary education

Oak Hill — Faith Bigelow, landscape architecture; Amanda Davis, legal studies; Courtney Holbrook, animal and nutritional sciences; Hannah Kania, nursing; Leslie Payne, psychology; Dalton Perdue, health and well-being; Cydney Thomas, painting; Lainey Vargo, professional pharmacy

Scarbro — Cody Gillespie, aerospace engineering and mechanical engineering; Katy Trent, anthropology

Greenbrier

Rainelle — Toby Francis, theatre design and technology; Kelsy Robbns, women’s and gender studies

Kanawha

Belle — Hannah McDermitt, nursing; Jacob Syner, accounting

Pratt — David Tincher, English and public health

Nicholas

Dixie — Makayla Wooten, multidisciplinary studies/BMdS

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