Thursday, September 18, 2014

EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY

6/17/2013

Several local students earned graduate degrees during commencement exercises May 18 at Emporia State University.

Graduates from the area included William Cormode, Westphalia, master of science degree in curriculum and instruction; Robert Davidson, Ottawa, master of science degree in physical science; Kyle Kost, Ottawa, master of science degree in educational administration; Keith Larsen, Pomona, master of science degree in rehabilitation counseling; and Angela Moody, Garnett, master of science degree in educational administration.

Several local students earned graduate degrees during commencement exercises May 18 at Emporia State University.

Graduates from the area included William Cormode, Westphalia, master of science degree in curriculum and instruction; Robert Davidson, Ottawa, master of science degree in physical science; Kyle Kost, Ottawa, master of science degree in educational administration; Keith Larsen, Pomona, master of science degree in rehabilitation counseling; and Angela Moody, Garnett, master of science degree in educational administration.

Nearly 300 students were candidates for graduate degrees during the hooding ceremony in Albert Taylor Hall on the Emporia State campus.

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More than 600 students were candidates for undergraduate degrees during the May 18 commencement ceremony in White Auditorium in Emporia.

Undergraduate students from this area included Matthew Crome, Westphalia, bachelor of science in business in information systems; Caressa Fredricks, Ottawa, bachelor of science in education (elementary); Aaron Hardman, Garnett, bachelor of science in business in management; Katherine Meredith, Ottawa, bachelor of science degree in psychology with a minor in art history; Timothy Morrow, Ottawa, bachelor of science in business in business administration; Megan Sprague, Garnett, bachelor of science degree in earth science with a minor in paleontology; Riley Stephens, Colony, bachelor of science in education (secondary) in biology; Elaine Tastove, Westphalia, bachelor of science degree in psychology; Megan Vanderford, Princeton, bachelor of science in education (elementary); Cari Vogeler-Michael, Ottawa, bachelor of science degree in sociology; Jessica Warembourg, Princeton, bachelor of arts degree in history; Tinika Wheat, Ottawa, bachelor of science in education (secondary) in mathematics; and John Windle, Garnett, bachelor of science degree in crime and deliquency studies.

Commencement speakers included Tim Emert, chairman of the Kansas Board of Regents. The commencement address was delivered by Dale Cushinberry, a member of the 2012 Emporia State University Distinguished Alumni class.

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