KBC Commencement planned for May 6

The 2015 Commencment of the Kachemak Bay Campus of Kenai Peninsula College 2015 Commencement will be at 7 p.m. May 6 at Homer High School’s Mariner Theater.

The keynote speaker will be KBC-UAA Alumna Francie Roberts, a teacher and Homer City Council member.

The KBC 2015 Commencement Student Speaker will be Michael Tupper.

University of Alaska Board of Regent Lisa Parker and UAA Vice Chancellor of Administration William Spindle will confer degrees. Students receiving degrees include:

Kenai Peninsula College Associate of Arts Degree

Conner Barger

Adam Diaz

Alexander Konev

Dennis Martushof

Michael Tupper 

Michael Steen

Associate of Applied Science, Radiologic Technology

Nina Ellen Gunnell

Associate of Applied Science, 

Early Childhood Development

Cora Trowbridge

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology

Corrie Haigh

Melody Martin

Bachelor of Arts, Elementary Education

Efimia Basargin

Masters of Fine Arts, Creative Writing & Literary Arts

Teresa Sundmark

Master of Social Work

Ingrid Harrald

Master of Education, 

Early Childhood Special Education

Hanna Young

UAS Master of Public Administration

Terry S. Rensel                                                      

Those earning their GED high school equivalency diploma include: Sara Bascara, Kirsti Bendixen, Erick Hicks, Issaic Holmes, Joseph Newton, Alyssa Ortega and Alyssa Nehren Rawls.

 

The public is welcome to attend to celebrate and honor the accomplishments of these graduates.

 

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