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Campbellsville University graduated her largest class ever with more than 500 students receiving diplomas over the weekend, May 13 and 14, for the academic year.
• Thomas Jude Nally of New Haven received a bachelor of science in business administration with an emphasis in accounting. He is a graduate of Bethlethem High School in Bardstown.
• Angela Gail Morris, of Buffalo received a master of arts in education in curriculum and instruction. She is the daughter of Bobby Jaggers of Greenfield, Ind., and Alice Butler of Rineyville.
• Stephanie Jo Nelson of Buffalo received an associate degree in nursing. She is the daughter of Joe and Frieda Cox of Lebanon.
• Lisabeth Sears Blair of Hodgenville received a master of arts in special education. She is the daughter of John Sears of Cox's Creek and Janie Carrithers of Campbellsville.
• J. Gail Crewz-Ramones of Elizabethtown received an associate degree in nursing. She is a graduate of LaRue County High School in Hodgenville and the daughter of Sue Crewz of Sonora.
• Clinton Keith Graham of Hodgenville received a master of arts in special education. He is a graduate of Taylor County High School in Campbellsville and the son of Trent and Kathy Graham of Campbellsville.
• Jessica L. Young of Hodgenville received a master of social work.
• Vincent Shane Hazelwood of Hodgenville received a bachelor of science in criminal justice administration. He is a graduate of Meade County High School in Brandenburg.
• Adam Christopher Smith of Sonora received a master of arts in special education. He is a graduate of Hart County High School in Munfordville and the son of Donnie and Kimberly Smith of Hardyville.
A total of 517 students received degrees, pending completion of all academic requirements. There were 119 graduate student degrees awarded May 13 and 262 students receiving undergraduate degrees May 14. December's class consisted of 136 graduates.