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KU announces more than 4,800 spring 2011 candidates for degrees
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The names of more than 4,800 candidates for degrees at the University of Kansas this spring — representing 99 Kansas counties, 43 other states and 59 other countries — have been announced by the University Registrar.
The Class of 2011 includes about 2,580 students who completed degree work in summer and fall 2010. Because KU conducts only one formal Commencement ceremony each year, many of these graduates will return Sunday, May 22, for the university’s 139th Commencement. More than half of the members of the Class of 2011 are expected to participate.
Faculty and candidates for degrees will assemble at 10 a.m. along Memorial Drive for the procession, which begins at 10:30 a.m. The program begins about 11:30 a.m.
Local graduates include: Wilson- Mauntell Renee Ford, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics; Arnold- Alison Lea Mishler, Bachelor of Science in Occupational Studies;  Claflin- Kristi Lyn Jensen, Bachelor of Science in Microbiology, Jason Michael Keller. Bachelor of General Studies/Economics & Communication Studies; Ellinwood- Shawna Royanna Robl, Bachelor of Science in Business/Accounting, Erin Dawn Schneweis, Bachelor of Science in Occupational Studies, Amanda Joelle Winkelman, Master of Health Services Administration; Great Bend- Paige Harmony Achatz, Bachelor of Science in Biology, Eric Nelson Degenhardt, Bachelor of Science in Business/Finance, Joshua William Hafner, Bachelor of Science in Journalism and English, Kara Anne Harms, Prof 3 Juris Doctor, Dagoberto Heredia Jr. Bachelor of Arts/Psychology and Latin American Studies, Rachel A. Moses, Prof 1 Doctor of Medicine, Scott James Peters, Bachelor of Arts/History, Jacklyn Ann Pringle, Bachelor of Science Business/Accounting, Rigoberto Ramirez, Prof 1 Doctor of Medicine, Andrew Stuart Rodgman, Bachelor of Arts/Religious Studies; Savannah Kaye Rose, Master of Social Work, David Michael Woodham Sprague, Bachelor of General Studies/Speech-Language-Hearing, Jessica Sauber Wallisch, Prof 1 Doctor of Medicine; Hoisington- Jacquelyn Renee Koester, Bachelor of Arts/Spanish-Bachelor of Arts/Theatre; Kinsley- Michelle Lyn Schmidt, Master of Social Work; Larned- Nicole M. Banman, Master of Accounting, Bradley M. Barton. Bachelor of Arts/Environmental Studies and Business, Tyler Lee Roberts, Bachelor of Science in Education&Business; Lyons- Charles Pippin Williamson, Bachelor of Arts/Linguistics and Latin American Studies; Ness City- Clint Leo Bain Craig. Bachelor of Science in Education; Otis- Frank W Basgall, Prof 3 Juris Doctor; St. John-John Casey Elizabeth Cornwell, Prof 3 Juris Doctor; Stafford- Jessica Elaine Fiscus, Bachelor of Science in Education; Bunker Hill- Alexa Christine Heier, Bachelor of Science in Education; Dorrance- James Matthew Kuntzsch, Bachelor of Arts/Linguistics, Anna Marie Spears, Bachelor of Science in Education; Russell- Alexa Christine Heier, Bachelor of Science in Education, James Matthew Kuntzsch, Bachelor of Arts/Linguistics, Mallory Ann Mahoney, Bachelor of Science in Education and Business; Jetmore- Brooke Rachelle Blurton, Bachelor of Science in Nursing.