Master of Science in Information Technology and Management graduates took photos with their professors after the commencement ceremony at Campbellsville University’s Ransdell Chapel. From left are Sai Kiran Gadde; Srilekha Allamsetty; Bruce Singleton, assistant professor of business; Sunny Onyiri, professor of business and accounting and director of the business program at Louisville Education Center; and Nikhita Pavani.
Master of Science in Information Technology and Management graduates took photos with their professors after the commencement ceremony at Campbellsville University’s Ransdell Chapel. From left are Sai Kiran Gadde; Srilekha Allamsetty; Bruce Singleton, assistant professor of business; Sunny Onyiri, professor of business and accounting and director of the business program at Louisville Education Center; and Nikhita Pavani. Joshua Williams Campbellsville University
Master of Science in Information Technology and Management graduates took photos with their professors after the commencement ceremony at Campbellsville University’s Ransdell Chapel. From left are Sai Kiran Gadde; Srilekha Allamsetty; Bruce Singleton, assistant professor of business; Sunny Onyiri, professor of business and accounting and director of the business program at Louisville Education Center; and Nikhita Pavani. Joshua Williams Campbellsville University

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