Fall 2020 President’s List at Georgia State University

press release from Merit pages

ATLANTA, GA (02/02/2021)– To be eligible for the President’s List, degree-seeking students must have earned a GPA of at least 4.0 for a minimum of nine semester hours of academic credit taken at Georgia State during the fall or spring term with no incompletes for the semester. Eligible students must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 for all classes taken at Georgia State.

Students from your coverage area include:

Abigail Benefield of Monroe (30655), studying/majoring in Film

Annabelle Bindraban of Monroe (30656), studying/majoring in Biology

Allison Callaway of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Biology

Alana Kawall of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Pre-licensure Nursing

Anthony King of Social Circle (30025), studying/majoring in Biological Science

Allison Leitz of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies

Abigail Manu of Monroe (30655), studying/majoring in Pre-Psychology

Andrine Marcelin of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in RN Completion

Alejandro Martinez of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Respiratory Therapy

Aria Rainge of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies

Adara Sewell of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Pre-Actuarial Science

Beatriz Bigles Verdiales of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in English

Brenda Gonzalez of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Nutrition Science

Brad Rose Cooper of Utila (30052), studying/majoring in Managerial Sciences

Cassie Colvin of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Art

Chante Hamilton of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Pre-Public Health

Christopher Johnson of Monroe (30655), studying/majoring in Business Administration

Casey Jones of Monroe (30656), studying/majoring in Kinesiology and Health

Christy Mugomba of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Undeclared

Christian Nipper of Social Circle (30025), studying/majoring in Undeclared

Christopher Quirindongo of Monroe (30655), studying/majoring in Psychology

Damara Akanmu of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Respiratory therapy

Divaghun Facey of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies

Demira Jakupovic of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Biological Science

Elisabeth Easley of Monroe (30655), studying/majoring in Criminal Justice

Gabryel Grey of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Pre-BBA Undeclared

Gem Johnson of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies

Hailey Persaud of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Business Administration

Hailey Pulliam of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in HS: Health Science Professions

Ian Campbell of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Computer Science

Isabel Coke of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Elementary Education

India Hicks of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Business Administration

Jameel Baker of Monroe (30052), studying/majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies

Joshua Long of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Journalism

Jesse Nipper of Social Circle (30025), studying/majoring in Undeclared

Kennedy Harris of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Exploratory

Kierra Kelly of Social Circle (30025), studying/majoring in Criminal Justice Concentration in Crime and Justice

Koi Perry of Monroe (30655), studying/majoring in Criminal Justice

Kelsi Quick of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Political Science

Kira Sands of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Sociology

Linecya May of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Pre-Psychology

Leah Oundo of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Biology

Logan Smith of Social Circle (30025), studying/majoring in Undeclared

Moises Aguirre of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Pre-Finance

Morgan Aukes of MONROE (30656), studying/majoring in Political Science

Michelle Grenevitch of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Elementary Education

Mya Ireland of Social Circle (30025), studying/majoring in Art

Mojolaoluwa Oshikanlu of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Neuroscience

Mireya Serrato of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Elementary Education

Maniah Stallworth of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Managerial Sciences

Nicholas Key of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Political Science

Parris Maguire of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Geosciences with a Concentration in Environmental Science

Rachel Johnston of Social Circle (30025), studying/majoring in Marketing

Ramey Serdah of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Pre-Computer Science

Reanna Titshaw of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies

Rebekah Weldon of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Middle Level Education

Shallen Case of Monroe (30655), studying/majoring in Middle Level Education

Sebastien Garcon of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in HS: Health Science Professions

Spencer Morris of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Chemistry

Savannah Walker of Social Circle (30025), studying/majoring in Music Industry/Management

Thomas Abercrombie of Social Circle (30025), studying/majoring in Film and Media

Tyler Johnson of Social Circle (30025), studying/majoring in Middle Level Education

Taylor Gates of Monroe (30655), studying/majoring in HS: Health Science Professions

Timaya Williams of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Public Health

Theron Williams of Monroe (30656), studying/majoring in Film and Media

Yulisa Sanchez Miranda of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Film and Media

Zachery Coleman of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Engineering

Zack Davis of Loganville (30052), studying/majoring in Pre-Computer Science

Georgia State University, an enterprising urban public research university, is a national leader in graduating students from widely diverse backgrounds.

The student body of nearly 52,000 demonstrates that students from all backgrounds can achieve at high rates with unsurpassed connections to the city’s business, government, nonprofit and cultural organizations.

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