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MARTIN — Several Carroll County residents were among students who received degrees from the University of Tennessee at Martin during spring commencement held May 2, 2020. In response to the …
MARTIN — Several Carroll County residents were among students who received degrees from the University of Tennessee at Martin during spring commencement held May 2, 2020. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a virtual commencement was held in lieu of the traditional in-person ceremony and was live-streamed via Facebook Live and YouTube. An in-person graduation ceremony is currently being planned for August 2020 in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center on the UT Martin campus.
The students receiving undergraduate degrees were:
• Bruceton — Delaina Brooke Norval; Alexis M. Reynolds; Colin Michael Roberts; Michael Elihu Wilson Jr.; Allison Laine Young.
• Cedar Grove — Jace Wallace Williams; Blake William Wright.
• Clarksburg — Faith Marie Douglas; Madison Lynn McClure; Amanda Christine Steele.
• Clarksville — Molly Elizabeth Brewer; Nathaniel Scott Burris; Robert Hadley Ott; Jessica A. Roberts; Miles Hunter Wilbur.
• Hollow Rock — Ashley Celeste Stockdale; Kayla Marie Woods.
• Huntingdon — Carson Elise Hatch; Austin Kyle Hill; Kirk Maddox; Kelsey Marie Mann; Jacob Todd Sisk.
• Lavinia — Ashleigh T. Todd.
• McKenzie — Lexie Nicole Bolin; Anna Carol Comer; Morgan Alicia Klinzing; Breanne Nichole Lipford; Logan Priestley; Nathan David Smith; Alejandro Zaragoza.
• McLemoresville — Morgan Ashley Lawrence; Jillianne Dionne Moncrief.
The students receiving graduate degrees were:
• Clarksville — Kaylyn Kristine Campbell.
• McKenzie — Bryant Wade Comer; Jacob Harrison Owen.