University of Montana names 9 local degree candidates

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The University of Montana on Friday, May 12 announced degree candidates for spring semester 2017.

Nine candidates are from Lincoln County:

Eureka: Kade Fleenor, Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies; Michael Garner, Bachelor of Science in Biology (high honors); Danielle Gelderman, Master of Arts in School Psychology; Tayler Holder, Doctor of Physical Therapy; Nickolas Rackley, Associate of Arts in General Studies and Certificate of Completion in Computer Aided Design.

Libby: Colton Crismore, Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance; Kyla O’Brien, Bachelor of Arts in Education.

Troy: Jacob Lopez, Doctor of Pharmacy; Anna Valentine, Bachelor of Science in Parks, Tourism and Recreation Management.

Official awarding of a degree is not made until degree candidates have completed their final term of enrollment and have met all specific requirements.

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