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Kansas State University Spring 2010 Graduation Candidates

Note to editors: Students are listed by county and hometown. If a student is receiving more than
one degree, all degrees to be earned are listed with the student's name. If a Manhattan area
address was given as a permanent address, the student will be listed in the permanent address
county and also in the county for the high school of record. If a county or state is not listed, there
were no graduation candidates from that area.
News release prepared by: Julie Fosberg and Katie Mayes, 785-532-2535, media@k-state.edu

Thursday, May 13, 2010

K-STATE SPRING 2010 GRADUATES TO NUMBER NEARLY 2,600

MANHATTAN -- Almost 2,600 students are set to graduate from Kansas State University in ceremonies this spring.

Ceremonies on K-State's Manhattan campus will be Friday, May 14, and Saturday, May 15. Commencement for K-State at Salina was May 8.

K-State is awarding nearly 1,960 bachelor's degrees, more than 450 master's degrees, nearly 170 doctorates and 40 associates degrees. More than 60 students are receiving multiple degrees.

Candidates for graduation include:

 

DECATUR COUNTY

Oberlin: Matthew Joseph Coleman, bachelor of science in chemical engineering; Kellen Terel Doeden, bachelor of science in education; Zane Joseph Pauls, bachelor of science in computer engineering

 

DICKINSON COUNTY

Abilene: Ross Christopher Bartley, bachelor of science; Hannah Marie Brummer, bachelor of science in education; Benjamin Eugene Cook, bachelor of science in education; Daniel Paul Forsyth, bachelor of science in agriculture; Vincent Lee Garver, bachelor of science in business administration; Rachel Christine Gugler, bachelor of arts and bachelor of science in agriculture; Kalen Michael Howard, associate of science and bachelor of science in technology management; Keyli Jay Montgomery, bachelor of science in agribusiness; Jacie Lynn Noel, bachelor of science; Dena Marie O'Dell, bachelor of science; Allison Dawn Phillips, master of science in couseling and student development; Kristen Lynn Sanborn, bachelor of science in business administration; Andrew John Schaap, master of landscape architecture; Austin James Smith, associate of technology and bachelor of science in engineering technology; Luke William Snider, bachelor of science in education; McKenzie Jan Strunk, bachelor of science in business administration; Anthony Wayne Whitehair, bachelor of science in agriculture; Timothy Joel Wilkins, bachelor of science in education

Chapman: Lacey Jo Altwegg, bachelor of science in agriculture; Audrey Leah Hambright, bachelor of science in agriculture; Angela Colette Wyant, bachelor of science

Herington: Brett Edward Blackwell, bachelor of science in civil engineering; Ashley Lynn Martinitz, bachelor of science in education; Chelsi Danae Thissen, bachelor of science in human nutrition

Hope: James Peder Anderes, bachelor of science in feed science and management; Kara M. Gruber, bachelor of science in agriculture

Solomon: Katie Marie Adamson, bachelor of science and bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Holly Elizabeth Henry, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Jordan John Kohman, bachelor of science in agriculture; Thomas Eugene Leaf, associate of science and bachelor of science in engineering technology; Chani Reneè Perret, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Rebecca Ann Roelofsen, bachelor of science in family studies and human services

Woodbine: Lindsey Leigh Roller Oakes, bachelor of arts

Editor's note: The students listed below gave an out-of-county permanent address. These students are listed by high school to get the news to their hometown newspapers.

Chapman High School: Daniel Paul Forsyth, bachelor of science in agriculture; Kari Ann Schrader, bachelor of science

Solomon High School: Kelsey June Ewing, bachelor of science in business administration; Kirk Johnson, bachelor of science in business administration; Abbie Nestler, master of business administration; Jake Ryan Shockley, bachelor of science in business administration

 

DONIPHAN COUNTY

Denton: Andrew James Massey, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering

Troy: Scottee Elizabeth Simpson, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Austin John Stock, bachelor of science in hotel and restaurant management

Editor's note: The students listed below gave an out-of-county permanent address. These students are listed by high school to get the news to their hometown newspapers.

Doniphan West High School: Kelly Ranee French, bachelor of arts

Highland High School: Chelsey Opal Fritch, bachelor of arts; Sierra Irene Stortz, bachelor of science

Troy High School: Tamra Danielle Sutherland, bachelor of science in dietetics

 

DOUGLAS COUNTY

Eudora: Heather Shahane Reed, bachelor of science in family studies and human services

Lawrence: Mary Jo Anderson, doctor of education in special education; Richelle Kathryn Chaney, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Anne Hampton Dinsdale, master of science in couseling and student development; Katelyn Marie Elliott, bachelor of science in education; Katelyn Kelly Galyardt, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Ruth Dorothy Gibson, bachelor of science in agriculture; Nichole Ashley Graham, bachelor of science in agriculture; Nicole Lynn Hunter, bachelor of science in education; J. David Kihm, bachelor of science in business administration; Alyce M Loch, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Erin Beth Miller, bachelor of science in education; James G. Pangelinan, master of arts in security studies; Margaret Elaine Pendleton, bachelor of arts; Laura Christine Picicci, bachelor of science in business administration; Patricia M. Pyra, master of interior architecture and product design; Nellie Katherine Ryan, master of business administration; Jessica Lee Schneider, bachelor of science in business administration; Daniel Bradford Schneider, bachelor of science in food science and industry; Jamie Gail Shmalberg, bachelor of science in education; Aaron Shepard Trent, bachelor of science in education

Lecompton: Timothy Donald Kuhlman, bachelor of science in education