College News (February 3, 2016)

? Seth Topham, Peabody, was named to the Dean?s Honor Roll at Southwestern College in Winfield for achieving a GPA of at least 3.70.

? A record 3,900 Kansas State University students earned semester honors by achieving a GPA of 3.75 or higher. Nineteen students were from this area.

They are: from Florence, Caitlyn Maloney; from Hillsboro, Jakob Han?schu, Aaron Klassen, from Lin?coln?ville, Carrie Carlson, Taylor Harms, Callie Riffel; from Marion, Justin Bina, Megan Davies, Kathryn Ehrlich, Adam Molleker, Zachary Robson; from Ramona, Makenzie Deines.; from Tampa, Morganne Hamm, Nicholas Meyer, Grant Srajer; from Canton, Kaden Littrell, Carla Shearer; from Galva: Kris?tine Larson; and from Cedar Point, Clayton Jackson.

? Two undergraduate students from Marion were among the 1,239 named by Fort Hays State University to the Dean?s Honor Roll for the fall semester.

The two students are Eliza?beth Goentzel, a junior majoring in chemistry; and Danielle Litke, a junior majoring in education.

? Jordan Riggs of Pea?body achieved ?A? scholastics honors at the Pittsburg State University for the fall semester.

? Aubrey Meier of Hills?boro was among more than 60 Washburn University students who earned their bachelor of science in nursing degrees this fall from the School of Nursing.

? Three students from Marion County were among the more than 1,250 candidates to earn a degree from the University of Kansas this fall. The students are Caroline Collett of Marion, bachelor of arts in theatre; Alicen Whitaker of Marion, bachelor of science in exercise science and Shannon Beckman of Peabody, bachelor of science in nursing,

? Three students from Marion County were among the 500 candidates for graduation at Emporia State Uni?versity Dec. 12. They are Kaylyn R. Spencer of Flo?rence, master of accountancy; Micaela Dawn Hiner???man of Hillsboro, B.S. in business administration; and Matthew A. Sprowls of Marion, B.S. in business management.

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