Leavenworth County students earn degrees from K-State
More than 1,300 students have completed degree requirements from Kansas State University, including students from Leavenworth County.
The graduates are from 91 Kansas counties, 42 states and 26 countries. Of the university’s newest graduates, 117 also earned graduation honors for their outstanding academic work, according to the university.
Here’s a list of the local graduates:
Jacob Herrstrom, bachelor’s degree in construction science and management; Sarah Smith, bachelor’s degree of science; Amanda Wyatt, master’s degree in family studies and human services; and Danielle Lohman Holzwarth, formerly of Tonganoxie, bacehlor’s degree in secondary education.
Trey Lohman, bachelor’s degree in animal sciences and industry.
Hannah Biang, bachelor’s degree in family studies and human services; Caitlin Britt, bachelor’s degree in family studies and human services; Colleen Danahy, bachelor’s degree in agriculture.
Allison Hatfield, bachelor’s degree in education; and Brian Swenson, bachelor’s degree of science.
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