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No. Nevada students graduate from Reno’s University of Phoenix

Degrees were awarded to 227 University of Phoenix, Reno graduates at a ceremony at the Lawlor Events Center this past Saturday. The average age of graduates from the university is 38. The age range of graduates is estimated between 30 to 49. This was the school’s sixth graduation.

Graduates from the Nevada Appeal’s coverage area include:

Carson City: Sharlene Johnson, bachelor of science in business administration; Becky Butler, bachelor of science in business management; Shelly Gall, bachelor of science in business management; Jonathan Smith, bachelor of science in business management; Mona Summers, bachelor of science in business management; Annette Jarecki, bachelor of science in criminal justice administration; Kathleen Volk, bachelor of science in health and human services management; Wannetta Bernard, bachelor of science in information technology; Gregory Fisicaro, bachelor of science in information technology ; Marilee Oakes, bachelor of science in information technology; Jacqueline McCune, masters in education, teacher education development-elementary; John Collins, masters in business administration; Cherrill Cristman, masters in business administration; Annie Koontz, masters in business administration; Lawrence Anderson, masters in management; Shannon Coday, masters in management; Kelley Deriemer, masters in management

Gardnerville: Celestena Glover, bachelor of science in business administration; Ron Haskins, bachelor of science in business administration; Michelle LaPorte, bachelor of science in business management; Roderick Smith, bachelor of science in business management; Arnaldo Gabatino, bachelor of science in information technology; Christy Kegg, masters in information services; Ridgley Elisabeth Reece, masters in education administration; Michelle Van Voorst, masters in education administration; Entisar Mohmed, masters in business administration

Genoa: Chad Lynch, bachelor of science in information technology

Minden: Christina Gillespie, masters in management

Dayton: Gwendolyn Hadd, bachelor of science in business management; Sheryl Donovan, masters in education, teacher education development-elementary; Karen McRae, masters in education, teacher education development-elementary

Virginia City: Angilla Denton, masters in management

Washoe Valley: Diana Burton-Raschen, bachelor of science in health and human services management