Several Falls Church residents at Marymount University were among the more than 450 undergraduates and 350 graduate students who received degrees at the university’s commencement ceremonies at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., on May 18.
Amy Martin and William Duffey earned MA degrees in forensic psychology. Hope Sivilai earned an MA in clinical mental health counseling. Caitlin Davis earned an MA in school counseling. Nicole Hubby earned a Master of Business Administration degree. Bridget Harris, Denise Lusby, and Alicia Schaefer earned Master of Education degrees, PK-6. Josh Merck earned a Master of Education degree, Admin/Supervision PK-12. Jose Barreros earned an MS in information technology.
Mariana Burgos, Shekofeh Javanparast Alaeddini, and Kelly Zimmer earned BA degrees in interior design. Stephanie Lim, Martin Nash, Khoa-Nam Nguyen, and Paul-Phuc Nguyen earned BS degrees in information technology.
Christen Agustin earned a BA in multidisciplinary studies for PK-6 licensure. Tracie Sperling earned a BA in liberal studies. Karina Avila earned a BA in history. Patricia Angela David earned a BS in health sciences. Elizabeth Jahr earned a BA in politics. Melissa Rogers earned a degree in special education, K-12, general curriculum.
Kristen Adams and Kendall Seawright earned nursing degrees from the Accelerated BSN Program.
Marisa Martineau earned a Human Resource Management Cohort degree. Gustavo Zegada-Frias earned a forensic computing certificate. Ellen Dellert earned a certificate in human resources management.