K-State spring semester, graduation honors announced
Leavenworth County students are part of more than 2,850 Kansas State University students with spring semester honors and more than 320 students with graduation honors.
K-State students who earned a 3.75 grade-point average or higher for the spring 2010 semester were awarded semester honors. Students had to be enrolled in at least 12 semester hours of graded course work.
Summa cum laude, K-State's highest graduation honor, was awarded to 103 students who graduated with an academic average of 3.95 or higher; 120 students graduated magna cum laude with an academic average of 3.85 to 3.949; and 125 students graduated cum laude with an academic average of 3.750 to 3.848.
Students earning semester and/or graduation honors receive commendations from their deans, with the honors recorded on their permanent academic records.
K-State students earning semester honors and students earning graduation honors, by county and hometown or high school:
Spring 2010 semester honors
Klinton Wayne Brown, Jacob Matthew Mark, Zachary Keith Mark, Michael Adam Rich and Anne Elizabeth Shores.
Curtis Allen Burgoon, Danielle Marie Glynn, Megan Elizabeth Hallinan, Cory Joseph Hardman, Jasmine Shene’E Holland, Lauren M. Irvine, William Robert Pace and Lori Brooke Flippo.
Claire Jordan Baeuchle, James Patrick Bailey, Geoffrey Thomas Bradbeer, Cody Rose Dressler, Michelle Elizabeth Marie Foster, Claudia Renee Gurss, Chris Alan Hansen, Joseph Daniel Phillips, Laura Ann Romig, Brian Benjamin Tierney, Bethany Ann Wright, Joshua Ray Davis, Donald Ray Hampton, Tiffanie Lynn James, Dixie Jean Portenier
Caren Ann Chellgren and Mary Ellen Cox.
Amanda Kathleen Albert, Nicole Marie Allen, James Wesley Armstrong, Jake Steven Bontrager, Erica Graham, Jacob Martin Herrstrom and Ali Jo Pistora.
Spring 2010 graduation honors
Zachary Keith Mark, summa cum laude with a B.S. in business administration; and Anne Elizabeth Shores, summa cum laude with a B.S. in business administration
Lauren M. Irvine, cum laude with a B.S. in dietetics; and Jesse James Peters, magna cum laude with a B.S. in education.
Joseph Robert Sullivan, cum laude with a B.S. in chemical engineering.