Tabor recognizes students? work at spring convocation

Students in three divisions at Tabor College were recognized for their

accomplishments at the spring honors convocation.

Each division presents awards to students for special recognition.

Students are awarded on the basis of leadership, academic excellence

and success in their specific divisions.

The following students were recognized.

Education, social science and applied arts award: Enrique Cantu, Rio

Grande City, Tex., Tim Friesen, Hesston, Jarrod Harrter, Sabetha,

Natalie Hess, Hillsboro, Karla Kassel, Carpenter, S.D., Lucas King,

Lenexa, Jami Loewen, Hillsboro, Dolly Regier, Colorado Springs, Colo.,

Kory Unruh, Meade, Shannon Unruh, Hillsboro, and Heather Wattson,


Humanities awards: Allison Basinger, Tulsa, Okla., David Epp,

Hillsboro, Kristy Funk, Hillsboro, Luke Haidle, Mitchell, S.D., Rachel

Hanneman Hein, Hillsboro, Sandra Janzen, Edmond, Okla., Jeana Klooz,

Taylor, Neb., Stacy Kramer, Freeman, S.D., Diane Mays, Enid, Okla.,

Audrey Mendel, Doland, S.D., Carolyn Moore, Marion, Dolly Reiger,

Colorado Springs, Colo., Adena Schaffer, Walsh, Colo., and Deborah

Wolfe, Lindsborg.

Natural/mathematical sciences awards: Rachel Hanneman Hein, Hillsboro,

and Sandra Janzen, Edmond, Okla.

Sixteen Tabor College students were named ?Dean?s Scholars? at the

spring honors convocation.

A Dean?s Scholar must have a cumulative grade-point average of

3.90-4.0 and be a full-time student for at least two semesters

preceding the semester in which the award is made.

The following students qualified for this award: Cheryl Baldwin,

Bellevue, Neb., Amanda Friesen, Henderson, Neb., Angela Hoops, Byron,

Neb., Sandra Janzen, Edmond, Okla., Karen Kassel, Carpenter, S.D.,

Amber Kesler, Sabetha, Jeana Klooz, Taylor, Neb., Kathryn Munden,

Haven, Andrew Regier, Grant, Neb., Carlin Regier, Hillsboro, Dolly

Regier, Colorado Springs, Colo., Matthew Schroeder, Blair, Neb., Lori

Soo Hoo, Concordia, Nathan Tofteland, Laural, Mont., Rebecca Wenger,

Canton, and

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