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LAWRENCE -- The names of nearly 4,450 candidates for degree from the University of Kansas this spring -- representing 88 Kansas counties, 45 other states and and 41 other countries -- have been announced by the University Registrar.

KU's 142nd Commencement was May 18. More than half of the members of the class of 2014 were expected to participate.

Area students are:

Danica May, of Oberlin. May will receive a doctor of medicine.

Kayla Jacques, of Ellis. Jacques will receive a bachelor of arts in Spanish.

Jennifer Adams, of Hays. Adams will receive a bachelor of general studies in applied behavioral sciences and minor in sociology.

Brandon Beck, of Hays. Beck will receive a master of accounting.

Julie Black, of Hays. Black will receive a master of social work.

Carla Cornett, of Hays. Cornett will receive a bachelor of fine arts in design.

Matthew Dinkel, of Hays. Dinkel will receive a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering.

Kyle Haley, of Hays. Haley will receive a bachelor of arts in psychology.

Marcus Hook, of Hays. Hook will receive a doctor of medicine.

Chelsea Montgomery, of Hays. Montgomery will receive a doctor of medicine.

Kayla Overbey, of Hays. Overbey will receive a bachelor of arts in english and bachelor of science in journalism.

Michael Raven, of Hays. Raven will receive a bachelor of general studies in political science.

Aaron Rupp, of Hays. Rupp will receive a doctor of medicine.

Shelby Stewart, of Hays. Stewart will receive a bachelor of arts in human biology and bachelor of arts in Latin American and Caribbean studies and minor in leadership studies.

Marie Hoffman, of Victoria. Hoffman will receive a bachelor of science in education.

Lindsey McAlonan, of Victoria. McAlonan will receive a bachelor of science in exercise science.

Wyatt Robinson, of Hill City. Robinson will receive a bachelor of science in exercise science.

Sarah Jarvis, of Grainfield. Jarvis will receive a doctor of physical therapy.

Kaitlyn Zerr, of Grinnell. Zerr will receive a bachelor of science in nursing.

Brady Werth, of Quinter. Werth will receive a doctor of medicine.

Brandon Basgall, of Oakley. Basgall will receive a bachelor of science in aerospace engineering.

Katherine Collette, of Ness City. Collette will receive a doctor of pharmacy.

Benjamin King, of Ness City. King will receive a bachelor of arts in English.

Charles McIntosh IV, of Ness City. McIntosh IV will receive a bachelor of science in biology.

Clayton Theleman, of Natoma. Theleman will receive a doctor of medicine.

Skilar Winder, of Osborne. Winder will receive a Master of Social Work.

Jessica Bui, of Phillipsburg. Bui will receive a bachelor of general studies in economics and minor in psychology.

Kellie Henderson, of Phillipsburg. Henderson will receive a master of social work.

Stacy Rietzke, of Phillipsburg. Rietzke will receive a master of science in education.

Jenna Maresch, of Nekoma. Maresch will receive a bachelor of science in pharmaceutical studies.

Seth LaPorte, of Plainville. LaPorte will receive a bachelor of arts in human biology.

Brianne Plante, of Plainville. Plante will receive a bachelor of science in nursing.

Kendra Sturgeon, of Plainville. Sturgeon will receive a bachelor of science in nursing.

Danielle Rowley, of Gorham. Rowley will receive a master of social work.

Rachel Hilger, of Russell. Hilger will receive a bachelor of science in pharmaceutical studies.

Jennifer Maciaszek, of Russell. Maciaszek will receive a master of public health.

Mallory Mahoney, of Russell. Mahoney will receive a doctor of physical therapy.

Jessica Sherfick, of Russell. Sherfick will receive a master of social work.

Carissa Heim, of Hoxie. Heim will receive a juris doctor.

Katelin Neuenschwander, of Hoxie. Neuenschwander will receive a master of accounting.

Mindy Greene, of Goodland. Greene will receive a master of social work.

Laci Leichliter, of Goodland. Leichliter will receive a master of social work.

Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt, of Goodland. Schwasinger-Schmidt will receive a doctor of medicine.

Morgan Whitmore, of Goodland. Whitmore will receive a doctor of pharmacy.

Michael Mangus, of Kanorado. Mangus will receive a doctor of philosophy in mechanical engineering.

Connor Barnes, of Smith Center. Barnes will receive a Doctor of Medicine.

Andrea Stewart, of Smith Center. Stewart will receive a Bachelor of science in journalism and bachelor of arts in history.

Cole Finley, of Colby. Finley will receive a bachelor of general studies in history and and minor in communication studies.

Nicholas Howard, of Colby. Howard will receive a Bachelor of science in architectural engineering.

Rachel Lamm, of Colby. Lamm will receive a juris doctor.

Rochelle Shoemaker, of Colby. Shoemaker will receive a doctor of pharmacy.

Torey Taylor, of Colby. Taylor will receive a bachelor of science in business in finance.

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EMPORIA -- More than 600 students were candidates for undergraduate degrees during the May 17 commencement ceremony in White Auditorium in Emporia. Students from this area and their degrees are:

Gregory Clyde Farris of Goodland, bachelor of science degree in health promotion.

Ashley Nicole Parrott of La Crosse, bachelor of science degree in health promotion with a minor in recreation.

Bethany Laree Polifka of Ellis, bachelor of science degree in sociology with a minor in crime and delinquency studies.

Cory Alan Sager of Colby, bachelor of science degree in mathematics.

Commencement speakers included Helen Van Etten of the Kansas Board of Regents.

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