Archive for Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Kansas University grads from Basehor, Bonner area listed

May 29, 2013

The names of more than 4,500 candidates for degrees at the University of Kansas this spring have been announced by the University Registrar, including several local students.

Candidates for degree from Basehor are as follows: David Beck, Doctor of Pharmacy and Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Studies; Nathaniel Beck, Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Studies; Nicole Lopez, Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Languages and Cultures; Hannah Rollwagen, Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Justin Gripka, Bachelor of Science in Business in Information System; Imogene Leslie, Bachelor of Arts in English; Austin Knipp, Business minor & Bachelor of General Studies in Communication Studies; Marina Cowan, Bachelor of Arts in Spanish; and Melanie Archange, Bachelor of Science in Business in Supply Chain Management.

Degree candidates from Bonner Springs were: Kathleen Tripp, Master of Social Work; Sophia Hilleary, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Design; Sadie Kelly, a Bachelor of General Studies in English and History of Art minor; Elyse Douglas, Bachelor of Science in Business in Accounting & Bachelor of Science in Business in Marketing; Karah Beeves, Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care & Music minor; Matthew Cross, Bachelor of Arts in English; Nicholas Self, Bachelor of Business Administration; Mariah Burris, Bachelor of Social Work; Brett Longmore, Master of Social Work; Laura DeLozier, Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science; Katherine Killingsworth, Master of Occupational Therapy; Shannon Higgins, Bachelor of Arts in English; Leslie Weiser, Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Kelly Worth, Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Rachael Snider, Bachelor of General Studies in Public Administration & Bachelor of General Studies in Communication Studies; Mandy Dart, Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management; and Lindsay Davis, Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Edwardsville degree candidates were: Kristine Knutter, Master of Arts in Global and International Studies; Jamie Arnett, Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Studies; Nancy DeLeon, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Design & Business minor; and Sarah Sadler, Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia.

Dylan Medlock of Linwood also was a degree candidate. He received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.

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