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Congratulations to the College’s 14 First Honor Graduates!

  |   Kathryn Kao   |   Permalink   |   Kudos,   Students and Faculty

Fourteen First Honor Graduates in the Mary Frances Early College of Education will be recognized at the University of Georgia’s spring 2023 Undergraduate Commencement ceremony on Friday, May 12.

To be a First Honor Graduate, a student must maintain a perfect 4.0 cumulative grade point average throughout their undergraduate studies, as well as in all college-level transfer work before or after enrolling at UGA.

The College’s spring 2023 First Honor Graduates are:

  • Grady Arant (B.S.Ed. ’23), special education
  • Madeleine Baker (B.S.Ed. ’23), communication sciences and disorders
  • Ashleigh Conn (B.S.Ed. ’23), exercise and sport science
  • Peyton Davidek (B.S.Ed. ’23), communication sciences and disorders
  • Lydia DeLay (B.S.Ed. ’23), exercise and sport science
  • Sydney Goncalves (B.S.Ed. ’23), special education
  • Helena Karas (B.S.Ed. ’23), English education
  • Jacqueline Madeira (B.S.Ed. ’23), exercise and sport science
  • Andree Marino (B.S.Ed. ’23), elementary education
  • Lauren McKay (B.S.Ed. ’23), communication sciences and disorders
  • Chloe Reid (B.S.Ed. ’23), exercise and sport science
  • Kristi Reid (B.S.Ed. ’23), communication sciences and disorders
  • Madison St. Clair (B.S.Ed. ’23), communication sciences and disorders
  • Sarah Tyson (B.S.Ed. ’23), social studies education
For those who cannot attend in person, the ceremony will be livestreamed on the UGA Commencement homepage beginning at 7:25 p.m.

This live stream will also be shown in the Tate Theater, which is an indoor, air-conditioned space near the stadium and can accommodate 500 guests on a first come, first served basis.

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