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Human Ecology names seniors graduating with academic honors

Thursday, May 14, 2015

The College of Human Ecology has announced seniors graduating with academic honors at commencement ceremonies at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, May 16, in Bramlage Coliseum.

Awarded summa cum laude, with cumulative grade point average of 3.95 or higher during their academic career at Kansas State University, are:

Samantha Claassen, nutritional sciences and dietetics; Danielle Dobratz, public health nutrition; Brooke Doerr, dietetics; Allison DuLac, family studies and human services; Callie Farrell, dietetics; Lauren Graber, public health nutrition; Nathan Harrah, dietetics; Logan Haug, kinesiology; Mary Joyce, public health nutrition; Kayla Jurrens, kinesiology; Lara Kerner, dietetics; Christopher Khan, communication sciences and disorders;

Gabriel Lierz, early childhood education; Eleanor Musil, communication sciences and disorders; Dayna Pachta, dietetics didactic program; Abby Reynolds, family studies and human services master’s program; Dustyna Sprigg, kinesiology; Shanna Stewart, dietetics; Logan Wardyn, personal financial planning; Sarah Wilcox, communication sciences and disorders master’s program; and Kimberly Yawitz, dietetics.

Graduating magna cum laude, with cumulative grade point average of 3.850 to 3.949 during their academic career at K-State, are:

Samantha Bamford, apparel and textiles; Adriane Barry, family studies and human services; Laura Baumgartner, family studies and human services; Katherine Bolin, kinesiology; Brianna Burris, communication sciences and disorders; Taran Carlisle, kinesiology; Kara Cavalli, family studies and human services; Zhangmuge Cheng, dietetics; Kellye Coen, family studies and human services; Aeriel Dodson, family studies and human services;

Mercedes García Reyes, apparel and textiles; Caysi Gatts, family studies and human services; Melissa Graves, kinesiology; Morgan Hook, public health nutrition; Jinhui Hu, dietetics; Anne Jansen, communication sciences and disorders master’s program; Abigail Kaplan, communication sciences and disorders; Kiersten Kirkendoll, kinesiology; Jackie Lehechka, communication sciences and disorders master’s program; Colleen Lindsay, dietetics;

Jamison Macke, kinesiology; Danielle Mai, interior design; Katherine McGreevy, family studies and human services; Benjamin Meier, family studies and human services; Amanda Mellenbruch, family studies and human services; Emmy Meyer-Pratt, family studies and human services; Kara Omo, kinesiology; Shandee Porter, family studies and human services; Jared Robl, kinesiology; Kelly Skarda, dietetics; Makenzie Stansbury, family studies and human services master’s program; Vanessa Stiles, family studies and human services master’s program; and Hayley Taylor, kinesiology.

Students earning K-State cumulative grade point averages of 3.750 to 3.849 and graduating cum laude are:

Cynthia Arias-Dowling, dietetics; Marissa Bartosch, kinesiology; Brooke Boatright, family studies and human services; Megan Bruce, communication sciences and disorders and psychology, Kenneth Castinado, kinesiology; Lauren Fischer, nutrition and health and dietetics; Kayla Hare, kinesiology; Brittany Hollerbach, kinesiology; Elise Hosty, family studies and human services; Abigail Huddleston, hospitality management;

Brooke Katterhenry, kinesiology; Michelle Kejr, family studies and human services; Shelby Kiser, interior design; Kendra McVey, family studies and human services; Elisa Mohr, kinesiology; Andrea Moyer, kinesiology; Kaitlyn Neuschafer, family studies and human services; Molly Rappold, communication sciences and disorders; Christine Rogers, dietetics; Whitney Root, family studies and human services master’s program; Paige Russell, communication sciences and disorders; Shelby Rust, communication sciences and disorders; Alison Sharpe, nutrition and health;

Kassidy Simmons, nutrition and kinesiology; Michaela Stucky, family studies and human services; Brandy Tholstrup, athletic training; Audrey Thompson, kinesiology; McKenzie Veselic, communication sciences and disorders; Anna Waugh, family studies and human services; Emma Woodard, psychology and family studies and human services; and Calee Zeller, family studies and human services.

This article was posted on Thursday, May 14, 2015, and is filed under Apparel, Textiles, & Interior Design, College News, Family Studies & Human Services, Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health, Hospitality Management, Kinesiology.