According to UAS, 39 students will receive their degrees. In addition, Roy McPherson, a longtime music teacher and director of the Ketchikan Community Concert Band, will receive a Meritorious Service Award.
The commencement speaker will be Doug Ward, director of shipyard development at Vigor Alaska. Other guests will be UAS Chancellor John Pugh, University of Alaska Board of Regents Members Dale Anderson and Kenneth Fisher; and University of Alaska President Patrick Gamble.
The ceremony is set to start at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Ted Ferry Civic Center. The event is open to the public.
Below is a list of this year’s UAS graduates.
Certificate – Accounting Technician
Certificate – Small Business Management
Certificate – Health Information Management / Coding Specialist
Associate of Applied Science – Business Administration
Associate of Applied Science – Fisheries Technology
Associate of Arts
Associate of Science
Bachelor of Arts – Elementary Education
Bachelor of Arts – Social Science
Bachelor of Business Administration – Accounting
Bachelor of Business Administration – Entrepreneurship
Bachelor of Business Administration – Management
Bachelor of Liberal Arts – Interdisciplinary Studies
Master of Arts in Teaching, Secondary Education
Master of Education, Educational Leadership
Master of Education, Educational Technology & Graduate Certificate
Master of Education, Mathematics Education
Master of Public Administration
Katie Jo Parrott