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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:

 

NEMAHA COUNTY

Baileyville: Ryan Joseph Dalinghaus, bachelor of science in agribusiness; Jena Lynne Deters, bachelor of science in education; Amy Jo Dvorak, master of regional and community planning; Dana Renae Feldkamp, bachelor of science; Jason Alan Feldkamp, bachelor of science in agribusiness; Danielle Rae Meyer, bachelor of science in business administration; Kerri Jo Reinecke, bachelor of science in human nutrition

Bern: James Conrad Dassel-Stuke, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; John Edward Feldkamp, bachelor of science in business administration; Thomas William Sheik, bachelor of science in business administration

Centralia: Brent James Hasenkamp, bachelor of science in industrial engineering; Gregory Matthew Kohake, bachelor of science in agriculture; Stacy Lynn Mueting, bachelor of science in agriculture

Corning: Catherine Theresa Steinlage, bachelor of science in business administration

Goff: Lori A Niehues, bachelor of science; Kehley Pfrang, bachelor of science in bakery science and management

Sabetha: Mathew James Kaeb, bachelor of science in business administration; Shana K Rokey, bachelor of science; Monica J Strahm, bachelor of science in education; Bobbie Ann Wenger, bachelor of science in business administration

Seneca: Dee Ann Boden, bachelor of science in food science and industry; Melinda Dawn Feldkamp, bachelor of science; Vanessa Marie Feldkamp, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Megan Marie Geyser, bachelor of science in education; Emily Christine Haug, bachelor of arts; Anthony Cole Huerter, bachelor of science in agribusiness; Nathan Kohake, bachelor of science in business administration; Andrea Diane Lang, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Aaron Michael Stallbaumer, bachelor of science in construction science and management; Joshua Thomas Winkler, bachelor of science; Michael Owen Zinke, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering

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.

Bern High School: Abigail Caryl Moore, bachelor of science

Nemaha Valley High School: Jeremy John Stallbaumer, master of science in couseling and student development; Darin Stephen Strathman, bachelor of science in construction science and management

Sabetha High School: Logan Gary Snyder, bachelor of science in business administration

 

NEOSHO COUNTY

Chanute: Jenell Beth Cox, bachelor of science in agriculture; Christy Monique Mog, bachelor of science; Melissa Noel Taylor, bachelor of science in human nutrition; Aaron Michael Weiser, bachelor of science

Saint Paul: Whitney Marie Noe, bachelor of science

Thayer: David Eric Seibel, bachelor of science

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.

Chanute High School: Sarah Marie Cott, master of science in couseling and student development

 

NESS COUNTY

Brownell: Dustin Bradley Bain, bachelor of science in computer engineering; Kayla Dawn Grose, bachelor of science in business administration

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.

Ransom High School: Keith Burton Albers, master of science in electrical engineering

 

NORTON COUNTY

Norton: Jordan Kohfeld Herman, bachelor of science

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.

Northern Valley High School: Clarke Spencer Nelson, bachelor of science in agriculture; Serena Dawn Woodside, bachelor of science in education