SEARCY — More than 900 students received diplomas at Harding University’s commencement exercises on May 6..


Pamela Childress from Cabot received a Master of Education in reading. Childress graduated magna cum laude.


Jordyn Murray from Austin received a Master of Arts in Teaching in secondary education. Murray graduated magna cum laude.


Susan James from Cabot received a Master of Science in professional school counseling. James graduated summa cum laude.


Renee Drennan from Cabot received a Educational Specialist’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. Drennan graduated summa cum laude.


Ahmed Stivers from Cabot received a Bachelor of Science in molecular and cellular biology and biochemistry and molecular biology. Stivers graduated magna cum laude.


Jill McCoy from Cabot received a doctorate in physical therapy. McCoy graduated summa cum laude.


Clay Killingsworth from Cabot received a Bachelor of Science in psychology. Killingsworth graduated cum laude.


Andrea Fortner from Carlisle received a Master of Science in professional school counseling. Fortner graduated summa cum laude.


Candice Haigh from Lonoke received a Bachelor of Science in exercise science. Haigh graduated magna cum laude.


Phillip Beach from Ward received a doctorate in pharmacy.


Graduates include students from the College of Allied Health, College of Arts and Humanities, College of Bible and Ministry, Paul R. Carter College of Business Administration, Cannon-Clary College of Education, Carr College of Nursing, College of Pharmacy and College of Sciences.


For more information, visit www.harding.edu.