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Kansas students awarded degrees from Fort Hays State University

Published on -8/30/2013, 9:17 AM

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The names of 344 students who completed requirements for associate, bachelor and graduate degrees during the summer 2013 term at Fort Hays State University have been released by FHSU Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Joey Linn, who is also university registrar.

The degrees are listed with majors and, in parentheses, areas of concentration.

Graduates are arranged alphabetically by home county and city. The list does not include students from other states or countries:

Anderson

Kincaid: Wanda Jean Brown, a B.A. in sociology.

Barber

Medicine Lodge: Angela Jo Neises, a B.B.A. in management.

Barton

Claflin: Travis Patrick Liebl, an M.B.A. in business administration.

Great Bend: Jared M. Boone, a B.S. in technology studies (industrial technology).

Jacob Paul Hardman, a B.S. in geography.

Andrea Dawn Maxwell, a Master of Science in Education (transition to teaching).

Hoisington: John Drew Myers, a B.S. in psychology.

Olmitz: Darrell L. Keener, a B.B.A. in management.

Butler

Andover: Shane Michael Kitterman, a Bachelor of General Studies (general business).

Douglass: Marc E. Kosjer, a B.S. in health and human performance (K-12 teaching and coaching).

Whitewater: Robert Joseph Bromlow, a B.S. in organizational leadership.

Chase

Elmdale: Alec H. Wold, a B.S. in technology studies (industrial technology).

Cloud

Concordia: Christa Marie Bergmann, an M.S. in special education (adaptive).

Cowley

Winfield: Shaunda Lee Smith, a Bachelor of General Studies (general business).

Crawford

Frontenac: Terri J. Bushey, a B.A. in sociology.

Hepler: Rhonda Jane Hoener, an M.S. in counseling (school).

Pittsburg: Christy Marie Stevens, a B.A. in sociology.

Dan James Workman, a B.S. in information networking and telecommunications (computer networking).

Decatur

Oberlin: Cheryl A. Cole, an M.S. in special education (adaptive).

Dickinson

Abilene: Derek M. Berns, an M.S. in health and human performance.

Herington: Nicholas Dean Evans, an M.S. in health and human performance.

Charelle Lee Schneider, a B.S. in elementary education.

Edwards

Kinsley: Jared A. Stegman, a B.S. in agriculture.

Ellis

Hays: Kyle J. Bahr, a B.B.A. in management.

Paulia Lyn Bailey, an M.A. in English.

John Michael Bird, a B.A. in political science.

Miranda La'nae Bridgforth, a B.A. in philosophy.

Charles W. Carlson, a B.S. in physics.

Julie Colling, a Bachelor of General Studies (networking information systems).

Dennis Allan Craven, a B.S. in technology studies (industrial technology).

Julia E. Cruz, a Bachelor of Social Work.

Brianna Angelita Day, a Bachelor of General Studies (child development).

Natalie Nicole Fisher, a B.A. in communication (public relations).

Lindsey Marie Gordon, a B.S. in psychology.

Tyler D. Henderson, a B.S. in technology studies (industrial technology).

Madison Nicole Holub, a B.S. in health and human performance (health promotion and wellness).

Jamie Sue Kaup, a Bachelor of General Studies (human services).

Jordan M. Lohrmeyer, a B.S. in information networking and telecommunications (media studies).

Bradley Paul Moritz, an M.S. in instructional technology.

Kendra Claire Neubauer, a B.S. in health and human performance (recreation and sports management).

Jerett Francis Pfannenstiel, an M.L.S. (mathematics).

Dustin Paul Reagan, an M.S. in geosciences (geography).

Cameron Drue Rieth, a B.S. in health and human performance.

Earl Francis Ruder, a B.S. in information networking and telecommunications (Web development).

Isaac Charles Sandoval, an M.F.A. in art (sculpture).

Kelsey A. Savage, a B.A. in art (art history).

Hayley Ann Schmidtberger, a B.B.A. in management (human resources).

Ashley Joy Snider, an M.L.S. (geosciences).

Shelby D. Steffen, a B.A. in history.

George G. Toman, an M.S. in psychology (school).

Mark Leslie Watson, a B.S. in health and human performance (health promotion and wellness).

Ben Lee Wiesner, a B.S. in organizational leadership.

Wenpeng Zhang, an M.L.S. (computer networking and telecommunications).

Victoria: Elizabeth Jean Ballard, a B.F.A. in art (studio art).

Ellsworth

Wilson: Danielle L. Ives, an Associate of Science in radiologic technology.

Finney

Garden City: Kayla Sue Burke, a Master of Science in Education (English for speakers of other languages).

Irvin Aaron Duran, a B.F.A. in art (graphic design).

Allison Marie Esquivel, a B.S. in organizational leadership.

Kirk David Kaps, an M.S. in health and human performance.

Sarah Ann Korbe, an Ed.S. in school psychology.

Luis Daniel Luna, an M.L.S. (information assurance).

Carrie Allison Moser, a Master of Science in Education (English for speakers of other languages).

Holcomb: Sarah Marie Shrimplin, a Master of Science in Education (English for speakers of other languages).

Ford

Dodge City: Ronald Wesley Friess, a Bachelor of General Studies (business).

Whitney Leigh McDaniel, an M.S. in psychology (school).

Jessica Salas, a B.A. in Spanish and a Bachelor of General Studies (biological studies).

Franklin

Ottawa: Melissa L. Normile, an M.A. in English.

Joseph A. Reed, an M.S. in health and human performance.

Ashley Leigh Rowan, a Bachelor of General Studies.

Wellsville: Bobbi Jean Pearce, a Bachelor of General Studies (child development).

Geary

Junction City: Janet Renee Chopp, a B.B.A. in management.

Mary Viola Hall, a B.S. in justice studies.

Gove

Quinter: Deserea Leann Stover, a B.S. in justice studies.

Greeley

Tribune: Landon D. Steele, a Bachelor of General Studies (health promotion).

Harvey

Halstead: Christina Rae Bauer, a Master of Science in Education (reading specialist).

Hesston: John David Martens, a B.S. in organizational leadership.

Ethan J. Kinderknecht, a B.A. in music (music technology).

Katie L. Sharp, a B.S. in agriculture (animal science).

Daniel A. Shomali, an M.S. in health and human performance.

Haskell

Satanta: Janis Kaye Grover, an M.L.S. (literary arts).

Hodgeman

Jetmore: Tiarra R. Bradford, a B.S. in health and human performance (health promotion and wellness).

Jewell

Mankato: Jessica Ann Shulda, an M.S. in counseling (school).

Johnson

Leawood: Ashley Anne Lang, an M.S. in speech-language pathology.

Olathe: Erin Ilene Washington, an M.S. in health and human performance.

Shawnee: James Beau Gadwood, a B.S. in secondary education.

Spring Hill: Amanda Jo Preston, a Master of Science in Education (library specialist).

Kingman

Kingman: Krista Marie Imm, an M.S. in speech-language pathology.

Lane

Dighton: Amanda Rene' Waugh, a Master of Science in Education (reading specialist).

Leavenworth

Leavenworth: Cami Jolene Kesinger, a B.S. in organizational leadership.

Linn

La Cygne: Clinton Wade Holland, a B.S. in agriculture (beef cattle management).

Logan

Oakley: Lance Arvle Howard, an M.S. in special education (adaptive).

Marion

Peabody: Jacob Kevin Yoder, a B.S. in technology studies (industrial technology).

Marshall

Blue Rapids: Dawn Christine Tryon, a Master of Science in Education (reading specialist).

McPherson

Lindsborg: Jacquelyn Anne Maser, an M.S. in counseling (community).

Meade

Meade: Jenna L. Johnson, an M.S. in counseling (school).

Plains: Marion Danae Zirger, a B.B.A. in management.

Miami

Bucyrus: Nicholas Ryan Broadhurst, a Bachelor of General Studies (geosciences).

Montgomery

Independence: Megan Derrick, a B.A. in sociology.

Morris

Council Grove: Bailey L. Henry, a B.S. in psychology.

Phillips

Phillipsburg: Sara Suzanne Fawver, an M.S. in speech-language pathology.

Layne M. Henderson, a B.S. in psychology.

Pottawatomie

St. Marys: Kevin Vanderbilt, a B.S. in secondary education.

Wamego: Lori J. Stratton, a Master of Science in Education (reading specialist).

Pratt

Pratt: Andrew R. Nation, an M.S. in health and human performance.

Rawlins

Atwood: Heidi Lynne Vrbas, a B.S. in psychology.

Reno

Hutchinson: Lorna Rae Stoecklein, an M.S. in counseling (community).

Rooks

Damar: Peggi Jo Axelson, a B.B.A. in accounting.

Plainville: Jordyn Nicole Wilkens, a B.A. in communication (organizational).

Russell

Russell: Amanda K. Dreher, a B.B.A. in marketing.

Saline

Salina: Bailey Kit Garlow, an M.S. in health and human performance.

Amy Suzanne Green, a Master of Science in Education (reading specialist).

Lisa Dawn McFadden, a Master of Science in Education (reading specialist).

Benjamin Duane Schmidt, an M.S. in special education (adaptive).

Kari Ann Schmidt, an M.S. in special education (adaptive).

Scott

Scott City: Tyrel D. George, a B.S. in physics.

Sedgwick

Derby: Nicole A. Ottley, an Associate of General Studies (health sciences).

Garden Plain: Kristina A. McCormick, a B.B.A. in management (human resources).

Wichita: Cameron T. Beckman, a B.S. in information networking and telecommunications (computer networking).

Omar Cabral, a B.B.A. in management.

Joshua P. Cork, a B.S. in information networking and telecommunications (Web development).

Whitney Raye Giesing, an M.S. in psychology (clinical).

Ryan Wray Heuer, an M.B.A. in business administration (finance).

Ricky Trena Jacques, a B.S. in psychology.

Sheena Nacre Jensen, a Master of Science in Education (transition to teaching).

Meisha Deanne Jossie, an M.S. in special education (adaptive).

Michelle Ryan Loewenstein, a Bachelor of General Studies (justice studies).

Emily Ann Meyerhoffer-Kubalik, an M.S. in psychology (clinical).

Faith Margaret Wanja, an M.S. in psychology (clinical).

Bodie Hubert Weiss, an M.L.S. (literary arts).

Tim J. Westfahl, a B.B.A. in marketing.

Seward

Liberal: Margaret Lee Porter, a Master of Science in Education (transition to teaching).

Shawnee

Auburn: Deeann M. Hobelman, an M.S. in special education (adaptive).

Silver Lake: Whitney Anna Gillman, a B.S. in health and human performance (recreation and sports management).

Tecumseh: Thurman O. Fulton, a B.A. in sociology.

Topeka: Robyn Lura Anderson, a Bachelor of General Studies (education).

Bethany Baldwin, a Master of Science in Education (reading specialist).

Bryanth Basemore, a Bachelor of General Studies (health and human performance studies).

Jennifer Ellen Gilbert, a Master of Science in Education (English for speakers of other languages).

Jennifer Jayce Hixson, an M.A. in English.

Lindsay Brooke Sabala, a Bachelor of General Studies (child development).

Stevens

Hugoton: Jeanne Marie Ahlquist, an M.S. in special education (adaptive).

Emily Marie Snyder, a Master of Science in Education (transition to teaching).

Sumner

Wellington: Samantha Ann Brown, an M.S. in counseling (school).

Thomas

Colby: Tara Beth Schroer, an M.L.S. (teaching and learning).

Carla Kay Sloan-Brown, an M.S. in psychology (clinical).

Trego

WaKeeney: Sarah Elisabeth Bailey, a B.S. in biology (biodiversity and conservation).

Ryan J. Pfannenstiel, a B.S. in medical diagnostic imaging.

Wabaunsee

Harveyville: Kayla Rae Chiddix, an M.S. in special education (adaptive).

Washington

Washington: Shannon R. Devol, a Bachelor of Social Work.

Wyandotte

Edwardsville: Anthony Brett Webb, a Bachelor of General Studies (health promotion).

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