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Live webcast: http://www.k-state.edu/graduation/
News release prepared by: Beth Bohn, 785-532-2535, bbohn@k-state.edu

Monday, May 2, 2011

COMMENCEMENT PUTS STUDENT TALENTS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

MANHATTAN -- Several Kansas State University students will be part of K-State's upcoming commencement ceremonies -- May 7, 13 and 14 -- as singers, musicians and speakers. A live webcast of the ceremonies will be available at http://www.k-state.edu/graduation/.

The students include:

Justin Hagedorn, bachelor's candidate in agricultural economics, Andover, is a member of the group singing the national anthem at commencement for the College of Agriculture.

Brian Williams, senior in music, Augusta, is the trumpet player in the K-State Brass Quintet performing at commencements for the College Architecture, Planning and Design and the College of Engineering.

Matt Palmer, master's candidate in interior architecture and product design, Bucyrus, will be a student speaker at commencement for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design.

Jacquelyn Dewbre, bachelor's candidate in finance, Buhler, will deliver the student remarks at commencement for the College of Business Administration.

Josh Arellano, sophomore in arts and sciences-open option, Garden City, will sing the national anthem at commencement for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design.

Claudia Torrez, bachelor's candidate in secondary education, Junction City, will deliver the reflections address to graduates at commencement for the College of Education.

Larissa Wimbs, bachelor's candidate in animal sciences and industry, Lebo, is a member of the group singing the national anthem at commencement for the College of Agriculture.

John Allred, senior in applied music, Manhattan, is the horn player in the K-State Brass Quintet performing at commencements for the College Architecture, Planning and Design and the College of Engineering.

Janie Brokenicky, graduate student in music, Manhattan, will sing the national anthem at commencement for the Graduate School.

Ben Worcester, August 2010 master's graduate in music, Manhattan, will be a trumpet player in the K-State Brass Quintet performing at commencements for the College Architecture, Planning and Design and the College of Engineering.

Amy Sents, bachelor's candidate in animal sciences and industry, McPherson, will deliver the reflections address at commencement for the College of Agriculture.

Kelsey Brown, bachelor's candidate in vocal performance, Overland Park, will sing the national anthem at commencement for the College of Arts and Sciences.

Sara Craven, doctor of veterinary medicine candidate and president of the fourth-year veterinary medicine class, Overland Park, will be the student speaker at commencement for the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Andria Nelson, master's candidate in regional and community planning, Overland Park, will be a student speaker at commencement for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design.

Rebecca Sullivan, bachelor's candidate in agricultural communications and journalism, Paola, will be the student speaker at commencement for the College of Agriculture.

Timothy Mourlam, bachelor's candidate in mechanical engineering, Roeland Park, will present the challenge to graduates address at commencement for the College of Engineering.

Emily Surdez, bachelor's candidate in agricultural communications and journalism, Sabetha, is part of a group singing the national anthem at commencement for the College of Agriculture.

Ashley Dorhmann, bachelor's candidate in industrial engineering, South Hutchinson, will sing the national anthem at commencement for the College of Engineering.

Maxi Cole Henkle, master's candidate in architecture, Spring Hill, will be a student speaker at commencement for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design.

Lacey George, bachelor's candidate in agricultural education, Uniontown, is a member of the group singing the national anthem at commencement for the College of Agriculture.

Sarah Woodruff, bachelor's candidate in technology management, Wamego, will give the student address at commencement for K-State Salina. Woodruff is vice president of the K-State Salina Student Governing Association.

Michael Campbell, senior in applied music, Wichita, is the tuba player in the K-State Brass Quintet performing at commencements for the College Architecture, Planning and Design and the College of Engineering.

Kelsey Flickner, bachelor's candidate in family studies and human services, Wichita, will be the student speaker at commencement for the College of Human Ecology.

Caitlin Admire, master's candidate in landscape architecture, Evergreen, Colo., will be a student speaker at commencement for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design.

Morgan Parker, bachelor's candidate in agricultural economics, Limon, Colo., is a member of the group singing the national anthem at commencement for the College of Agriculture.

Stephanie Schneider, doctor of veterinary medicine candidate, Sleepy Hollow, Ill., will sing the national anthem at commencement for the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Sam Brinton, bachelor's candidate in mechanical engineering and music, Perry, Iowa, will sing the national anthem at commencement for the College of Engineering, and he will sing the national anthem and alma mater at commencement for the College of Human Ecology.

Michael Denk, junior in biology, Brick, N.J., will be the organist at commencements for the Graduate School and colleges of Agriculture, Business Administration, Education, Human Ecology and Veterinary Medicine.

Bryant Letellier, bachelor's candidate in applied music, Los Alamos, N.M., is the trombone player in the K-State Brass Quintet performing at commencements for the College Architecture, Planning and Design and the College of Engineering.

Melania Arrieta Martinez, bachelor's candidate in food science and industry, Costa Rica, is a member of the group singing the national anthem at commencement for the College of Agriculture.