KSU Lab Coat Ceremony for Minority Students

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Kennesaw Patch
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  • October 5, 2011
  • Friday, Kennesaw State University conducted its first Lab Coat Ceremony for 25 minority undergraduate science students in the College of Science and Mathematics.

    The students, who range from freshmen to seniors, are pursuing science degrees as part of the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) disciplines. Dean Ron Matson and Biology Professor Army Lester III presided over the ceremony.

    The students include: Parris Tanksley, Chinelo Onyeka, Mahogany Morgan, Bianca Mondesir, Lauren Hutchinson, Ebonee Harris, Jaleesa Griner, Camery Green, Reesheda Gilbert, Chioma Enweano, Ariell Durden, Iesha Dawson, Brittani Brown, Rayana Braich, Deborah Adedeji, Cleonecia Forbes, Feiruz Atta, Cristian Acero, Ezigbo Umejiego, Raymond Akinnawo, Isatou Jawara, Lisley Garcia, Angle Foster, Akindele James Aluko and Vladimir Moricette.

    • School: Kennesaw State University

      • Award: Lab Coat Ceremony