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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:

 

WABAUNSEE COUNTY

Alta Vista: Chase Colter Brown, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Morgan Lillich, bachelor of science

Harveyville: Kendra Jean Mitchell, bachelor of science in agriculture

Maple Hill: Jacob Lowell Gleason, bachelor of science in agriculture; Cole Robert Rutledge, bachelor of science in agriculture; Travis Charles Stuewe, bachelor of science

Paxico: Michael Thomas Heigert, bachelor of science in civil engineering; Daniel Joseph Kraus, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Rebecca Lynn Short, bachelor of science in human nutrition

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.

Mission Valley High School: Christopher John Anderson, bachelor of science; Kevin Neal Keim, bachelor of science in business administration

Wabaunsee Senior High School: Luke Adam Morrill, associate of technology and bachelor of science in engineering technology

 

WALLACE COUNTY

Sharon Springs: Joshua Lee Popp, bachelor of science; Hale C Sloan, bachelor of science in biological and agricultural engineering; Kalie Renee Smith, bachelor of science

Wallace: Warren K Bretz, bachelor of science in education

 

WASHINGTON COUNTY

Clifton: Ashley Marie Long, bachelor of arts; Andrea M. Marshall, bachelor of science in construction science and management

Hanover: Joshua P Bruna, bachelor of science in business administration; Whitney Michelle Doebele, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Rhonda Heiman, bachelor of science in education

Linn: Rachael Ann Heck, bachelor of science in human ecology; Matthew Joseph Pachta, master of science in agricultural economics

Morrowville: Chantel Leigh Frager, bachelor of science

Palmer: Chelcie Dawn Heitman, bachelor of science in education; Amber Lynn Olson, master of science in special education

Washington: Eric Eugene Bekemeyer, bachelor of science in agribusiness; Morgan Leigh Gauby, bachelor of science in agribusiness; Jordan Ross Ouellette, bachelor of science in construction science and management; Megan Nicole Wilson, bachelor of science; Megan Nicole Wilson, bachelor of science in education

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.

Hanover School: Kimberly Marie Ryser, bachelor of science in business administration; Michael Francis Schuessler, master of accountancy

North Central High School: Brandon Lee Sinn, doctor of veterinary medicine

 

WICHITA COUNTY

Leoti: Whitney Nicole Giesick, bachelor of science; Devon Scott Krenzel, bachelor of science in computer engineering; Michael Holden Mckinney, bachelor of science in milling science and management; Trae D. Rickford, bachelor of architecture; Erin J Tankersley, bachelor of science

 

WILSON COUNTY

Fredonia: Chase Matthew Marr, bachelor of science in agriculture; Eric John Studebaker, associate of technology

Neodesha: Lauren Elizabeth Bauman, bachelor of science in education

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.

Altoona-Midway High School: David Eric Seibel, bachelor of science; Aaron Michael Weiser, bachelor of science

Fredonia High School: Kimberly Kay Evans, bachelor of science in agriculture

 

WOODSON COUNTY

Toronto: Benjamin Micah O'Hare, bachelor of science

Yates Center: Elizabeth Ann Dick, bachelor of science in business administration; Clinton John Grisier, bachelor of science in agriculture; Zachary Ryan Louderbaugh, bachelor of science in agriculture

 

WYANDOTTE COUNTY

Bonner Springs: James Lyman Bishop, bachelor of science in business administration; Bryan Alan Burton, master of business administration; Taenecia Marie Gaines-Bey, bachelor of science; Jesse Alan Kirk, bachelor of science; Kristina Anne Luke, bachelor of science in business administration; Kyle Cameron Parker, bachelor of science in business administration; Matthew Stephen Poje, bachelor of science in business administration; Joseph Robert Sullivan, bachelor of science in chemical engineering; Allison Ann Zuk, master of science in family studies and human services

Kansas City: Allison Renee Brown, bachelor of science in education; Kaley Marie Cornett, bachelor of fine arts; Ja'Nae Aldoria Gilliard, bachelor of science; Danielle Anne Kennemer, bachelor of science in agriculture; Steven Allen Melton, bachelor of science in electrical engineering; Melinda Ann Parra, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Elizabeth Anne Ploetz, bachelor of science and master of science in biochemistry; Paul Richards, master of science in electrical engineering; Gernae Maudella Roland, bachelor of arts; Hannah Hoisington Sanders, bachelor of arts; Katie Lynne Shomin, bachelor of science in business administration; Ian David Tomasic, bachelor of science; Alexandra Whisler, bachelor of science in agriculture

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.

Bishop Ward High School: Zachary Keith Mark, bachelor of science in business administration

Bonner Springs High School: Katherine Ann Killingsworth, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Kristina Anne Luke, bachelor of science in business administration

F.L. Schlagle High School: Robert Thomas Kistler, bachelor of science

Piper High School: Jane Elizabeth Saragusa, bachelor of science in apparel and textiles

Washington High School: Rhea Theresa Reitmeyer, bachelor of science in education