Archive for Thursday, July 11, 2013

Area residents named to KU spring 2013 honor roll

July 11, 2013

About 4,450 undergraduate students at Kansas University earned honor roll distinction for the spring 2013 semester, including several area students.

Area honorees are listed with their year and the college in which they earned honors:

• From Basehor: Melanie Archange, senior, School of Business; David Beck, Prof 1, School of Pharmacy; Nathaniel Beck, Prof 1 studying pharmacy, School of Pharmacy; Russell Clark, sophomore, School of Music; Garret Kahle, sophomore, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Matthew Lancaster, senior, School of Education; Emily Mcdowell, junior, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Kristen Polizzi, junior, School of Journalism; Hannah Rollwagen, senior, School of Nursing; and Megan Wheeler, sophomore, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

• From Edwardsville: Jamie Arnett, Prof 1, School of Pharmacy; and Cody Duncan, sophomore, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

• From Bonner Springs: Jacob Barren, junior, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Karah Beeves, senior, School of Allied Health; Kyle Chadwick, sophomore, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Mandy Dart, senior, School of Allied Health; Bridget Davis, senior, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and School of Engineering; Lindsay Davis, senior, School of Nursing; Laura DeLozier, senior, School of Allied Health; Sophia Hilleary, senior, School of Architecture, Design and Planning;

Spencer Himpel, sophomore, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Jessie Kelly, junior, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Sadie Kelly, senior, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Morgan Kleoppel, junior, School of Business; Bailey Nairn, senior, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Anna Nelson, senior, School of Education;

Shauna Shoemake, senior, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Rachael Snider, senior, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Anthony Thornbrugh, senior, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Leslie Weiser, senior studying nursing, School of Nursing; and Kelly Worth, senior, School of Nursing.

• From Linwood, Alexis Tate, sophomore, School of Engineering.

Honor roll criteria vary among the university's academic units. Some schools honor the top 10 percent of students enrolled, some establish a minimum grade-point average and others raise the minimum GPA for each year students are in school. Students must complete a minimum number of credit hours to be considered for the honor roll.

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