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Note to Kansas editors: Students are listed by county and hometown. If a student is receiving more than one degree, all degrees 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 on record. If a county or state is not listed, there were no graduates from that area.

Written by: Stephanie Jacques, 785-532-3452, sjacques@k-state.edu

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Successful spring: Nearly 3,000 students earn degrees from Kansas State University

MANHATTAN — Nearly 3,000 students completed degree requirements from Kansas State University this spring.

The graduates are from 98 Kansas counties, 48 states and 43 countries.

Degrees earned include nearly 2,150 bachelor's degrees, more than 550 master's degrees, more than 175 doctorates and more than 25 associate degrees.

Students earning degrees include:

California

Bakersfield: Jennifer McCown, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Compton: Alauna Finau, Bachelor of Science

Encinitas: Jenna Dockweiler, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Fortuna: Nancy Nunez, Master of Science in academic advising

Fremont: Petrit Duraku, Master of Software Engineering

Garden Grove: Megan Boyd, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Hollister: Jennifer Bange, Master of Science in dietetics

La Quinta: Tracy Vallandingham, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Ladera Ranch: Amanda Green, Bachelor of Science in Interior Design

Lancaster: Allison Fehr, Bachelor of Science in Education

Lemoore: Janet Young, Master of Science in academic advising

Lompoc: Kayleen McLain, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Los Angeles: Cecilia Barriga, Bachelor of Science in Dietetics

Martinez: Kaitlyn Maxon, Bachelor of Science in Family Studies and Human Services

Modesto: Eric Lebarbe, Master of Science in food science

Newport Coast: Mitchell Rosnick, Master of Science in adult, occupational and continuing education

Pacific Grove: Holly Williams, Master of Science in academic advising

Palos Verdes Estates: Kathryn Francis, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Riverside: Karl Harness, Master of Science in adult, occupational and continuing education

Salinas: Christina Lofgren, Master of Science in academic advising

San Francisco: Tinie Chung, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

San Leandro: Jessica Lau, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Santa Rosa: Caitlin Acquistapace, Bachelor of Science; Sydney Bowen, Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management

Stockton: Kelsie Strohmaier, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Temecula: Sarah Schultz, Bachelor of Science in Dietetics; Christina Tynning, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Thousand Oaks: Lauren LeFebre, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Vista: Mary Hunt, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Winton: Brittney Machado, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Woodland Hills: Jacquelyn Bogstad, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Yreka: Zachary Salvestro, Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness

Colorado

Arvada: Stuart Disberger, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Vanessa Elvin, Bachelor of Fine Arts

Aurora: Mark Caudel, Master of Science in food science; Tamara Gonzales, Master of Science in adult, occupational and continuing education; Kylee Gray, Bachelor of Science in Family Studies and Human Services

Boulder: Jared Moore, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Burlington: James Murphy, Master of Architecture

Centennial: Derrick Schmitz, Master of Science in industrial engineering

Colorado Springs: Kristina Wert, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Delta: Stephanie Conley, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Denver: Erica Baker, Master of Science in family studies and human services; Timothy Bond, Master of Science in academic advising; Stacia Hardyway, Bachelor of Science; Geoffrey Martin, Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering; and Master of Science in architectural engineering

Evergreen: Adrienne Besler, Bachelor of Science in Education

Fort Collins: Amelia Eads, Bachelor of Science in Family Studies and Human Services

Fort Morgan: Kirby Crownover, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Granada: Brittani Widener, Bachelor of Science in Family Studies and Human Services

Greeley: Sarah Swenson, Bachelor of Science in Education

Highlands Ranch: Kelby Burton, Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering; Tyler Jacobson, Master of Architecture; Ann Vosbeek, Bachelor of Science in Dietetics; Brandi Worster, Bachelor of Science

Littleton: Lisa Ringstrand, Bachelor of Science; Olivia Van Hook, Bachelor of Science in Education; Erin Walker, Bachelor of Science in Education

Longmont: Margaret Peine, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Loveland: Mary Gill, Master of Science in academic advising

Matheson: Andrew Scherrer, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Montrose: Andrea Jeffrey, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Monument: Andrew Mason, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Niwot: Keith Bullinger, Bachelor of Science

Parker: Douglas Shelton, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Salida: Travis Denison, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Sterling: Bryce Cummings, Master of Architecture

Woodland Park: Chelsea Marquette, Bachelor of Science in Family Studies and Human Services

Connecticut

Durham: Carolyn Patenaude, Master of Science in adult, occupational and continuing education

New Milford: Autumn Murphy, Bachelor of Science