Archive for Friday, May 16, 2014

Basehor, Bonner area students earn degrees at KU

May 16, 2014

Several area students are included among nearly 4,450 candidates for degree from the Kansas University this spring. The 142nd Commencement at KU will be Sunday.

Basehor students earning their degree are: Matthew Lancaster, Bachelor of Science in Education; Justin McDaid, Master of Business Administration; Lauren Parsel, Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia; and Britney Tyner, Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Languages and Cultures.

Bonner Springs students earning their degree are: Sandy Arjon, Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Studies; Cassandra Bever, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and minor in Psychology; Chloe Carroll, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology; Theresa Fields, Master of Science in Education; Daniel Hilliard, Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Bachelor of Arts in Spanish; Ryan Holcomb, Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies; Bailey Nairn, Bachelor of Arts in Speech-Language-Hearing; Anna Nelson, Bachelor of Science in Education; Shelby Ney, Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Studies; Helen Sangster, Bachelor of General Studies in Anthropology and minor in Geology; Preethi Schmeidler, Doctor of Medicine; Kelsey Stanbrough, Bachelor of Science in Occupational Studies; and Elizabeth Theno, Master of Social Work.

Edwardsville students receiving degrees are: Jamie Arnett, Doctor of Pharmacy; Rebecca Gillam, Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work; and William Jenkins, Juris Doctor.

Linwood students earning their degree are: Aaron Chavers, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering; Katherine Diaz, Bachelor of Science in Journalism and minor in Business; Jarrod Purkeypile, Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology; Bailey Scott, Bachelor of General Studies in American Studies and minor in Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Kathryn Vander Velde, Bachelor of General Studies in Communication Studies and minor in Business; and Joel Vandervelde, Doctor of Medicine.

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