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Ellis County students named to FHSU fall honor roll

Special to The Hays Daily News

Many Hays students are included on Fort Hays State University's Dean's Honor Roll for the fall 2012 semester. Those students are:

Kari Anderson, nursing; Jason Archer, sociology; Alicia Arias; Kyle Bahr, management; Erika Balint, nursing; Michael Barker, public accounting; Abby Benoit, psychology; Zachary Binder, finance; Danielle Black, speech-language pathology; Beth Bohuslavsky, elementary education; Nicole Borchers, art; Shawna Borger, public accounting; Calie Borthwick, nursing; Nikolaus Boyle, mathematics (teaching); Miranda Bridgforth, philosophy; Kevin Brousson, international business and economics; Rachel Brungardt, nursing; Kelsey Butler, elementary education; Camille Caron-Bedard, art (graphic design); Jeffrey Carter, biology (zoology); Brett Chrisler, art (graphic design); Adrian Clabaugh, management; Dylan Clabaugh, philosophy; Rachal Cotherman, general studies; Brylee Courkamp, English (teaching); Cynthia Davidson, psychology; Michael Davis, agriculture (animal science); Nikki Delzeit, health and human performance; Shawn Demuth, music education; Stephanie Demuth, music education; Gretchen Dietz, radiologic technology; Megan Draper, social work; Kyle Eilts, geography; Christina Engel, radiologic technology; Mitch Erwin, nursing.

Lukas Fairbank, music (performance); Jordan Fisher, psychology; Erin Flax, elementary education (early childhood); Whitney Fleenor, international business and economics; Paul Flesher, mathematics; Kyle Fox, business education; Jedel Galloway, sociology; Claudia Garcia, international business and economics; Danielle Garcia, art; Kylie Gaughan, speech-language pathology; Zack Gaughan, physics; Jordan Gilleece, art (interior design); Tanner Glad, psychology; Shelby Gottschalk, elementary education (honors); Jolie Green, art; Kara Hackney, communication (journalism); Kelcie Hamilton, communication (public relations); Jacob Hardman, geography; Samantha Hardwick, public accounting; Adam Harris, geology; Tyler Henderson, technology studies; Cheryl Herman, nursing; Becca Herndon, radiologic technology; Keith Herrman, radiologic technology; Timothy Herrman, general studies (literature); Marei Hinzman, elementary education; Jordon Hockersmith, management; Katelin Holland, radiologic technology; Wesley Holthaus, nursing; Madison Holub, health and human performance (health promotion and wellness); Xinchen Hou, general studies; Dustin Hutchison, technology studies; Brett Jensen, history; Kiley Johansen, health and human performance (K-12 teaching and coaching); Tandra Johnson, finance (financial planning).

Hannah Keil, elementary education (early childhood); Kayla Kitchen, radiologic technology; Shelby Kite, elementary education (early childhood); Naomi Kitzis, mathematics; Samantha Kochanowski, social work; Melia Korbe, music education; Kathrine Kruse, art education; Tyler Lacy, health and human performance; Amanda Lewallen, elementary education; Macy Linn, health and human performance (health promotion and wellness); Jordan Lohrmeyer, information networking and telecommunications; Paige Lunsford, history (comprehensive middle school); Alisha Markle, agriculture (agronomy); Justin Maughan, physics; Jason Mayers, finance (financial planning); Brendon McCampbell, biology (botany); Mackenzie McCartney, speech-language pathology; Lisa McCormick, sociology; Aubrey McGinnis, elementary education; Tara McGuire, medical diagnostic imaging; Marissa McHugh, English; Andrea Mehringer, psychology; Emma Meier, mathematics (teaching); Matthew Miller, art (studio art); Christy Moeder, nursing; Ashley Montgomery, agriculture (agronomy); Whitney Montgomery, social work; Natalie Morales, art education; Adam Moritz, technology education; Russell Mortinger, organizational leadership; Katelyn Mosshart, nursing; Alexander Muirhead, psychology.

Ashley Nease, business; Quan Nguyen, public accounting; Haley Nixon, health and human performance (health promotion and wellness); Karen Ohmart, radiologic technology; Joseph Oss, health and human performance (health promotion and wellness); Dipikaben Patel, nursing; Alexa Peterson, nursing; Alexis Pfannenstiel, communication; Nichole Pfannenstiel, social work; Ryan Post, finance; Karl Pratt, music (performance); Joyce Preisner, speech-language pathology; Brianna Ralph, sociology; Maria Ramirez-Soto, Spanish; Douglas Randa, elementary education; Travis Ray, finance; Rachel Rayner, music education; Desirea Renz, nursing; Trever Rohn, information networking and telecommunications (media studies); Solomon Rose, secondary education; Joshua Rounkles, justice studies; Corey Rozean, geography; Danielle Russell, art (interior design).

Jessica Salas, general studies (biological); Courtney Sargent, speech-language pathology; Jennifer Scaringella, social work; Louis Scaringella, information networking and telecommunications; Alex Schaeffer, computer science; Marie Schaller, health and human performance; Hannah Schippers, art (graphic design); Pierce Schippers, geology; Sophia Schippers, health and human performance (health promotion and wellness); Megan Schlochtermeier; Stephanie Schmeidler, nursing; Christina Schmidt, nursing; Hayley Schmidtberger, management (human resources); Olivia Seirer, art (graphic design); Christopher Shumway, history; Trevor Siebert, mathematics (teaching); Gareth Smith, technology leadership; Joshua Smith, information networking and telecommunications (computer networking); Shelby Smith, mathematics; Abigail Staab, elementary education (honors); Jessie Steffen, accounting; Lori Stone, nursing; Brianne Swob, health and human performance (health promotion and wellness); Kayla Swob, general studies.

Jacob Taylor, management; Jillian Taylor, psychology; Justin Temple, information networking and telecommunications (computer networking); Michelle Thacker, elementary education; Josie Thompson, radiologic technology; Wesley Toews, geology; Thao Tran, computer science; Austin Tuttle, geography; Derek Ulrich, political science; Rebecca Urban, music; Megan Vanlaeys, radiologic technology; Joshua Wasinger, philosophy; Kylee Watts, radiologic technology; Kimberly Weber, management (human resources); Rachel Weber, radiologic technology; Audrey Werth, agribusiness; Lakin Werth, mathematics; Rebecca Whitmer, elementary education; Lauren Wright, agriculture (animal science); Emily Wyse; Nate Yunker, political science.