Local students graduate from USD

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SAN DIEGO – The University of San Diego postponed their May 2020 commencement ceremonies, rescheduling them for Oct. 16-18; however, many students from Riverside County graduated recently from the university.

Theodore Badillo of Murrieta earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering. Badillo graduated cum laude.

Juliana Christakis of Murrieta earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology.

Nicolas Estona of Murrieta earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture.

Jacob Schultz of Murrieta earned a bachelor’s degree in political science. Schultz graduated summa cum laude. He participated in the Navy ROTC program and was commissioned as second lieutenant, May 22, and will report to The Basic School for the Marine Corps.

Tatiana Zamora of Murrieta earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Zamora participated in the McNair Scholars program that prepares high achieving first-generation college students and students from underrepresented groups for master’s and doctorate programs. Zamora will enter a doctorate program in developmental and psychological sciences at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education.

Amber Clay of Sun City earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental and ocean sciences.

Kody Allen of Temecula earned a bachelor’s degree in finance. Allen graduated cum laude.

Nathan Huynh of Temecula earned a bachelor’s degree in real estate and finance. Huynh graduated cum laude.

Jacob Itchon of Temecula earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy.

Tanner Kuljian of Temecula earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing.

Lindsay Miller of Temecula earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology.

Alexander Shebesta of Temecula earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture.

Brhet Bewley of Winchester earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration.

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Submitted by University of San Diego.