Osage County students earn degrees, semester honors at KSU

MANHATTAN – Several Osage County scholars were among nearly 3,000 students who were candidates for graduation from Kansas State University this spring. Graduate candidates were from 94 Kansas counties, 44 states and 35 countries.

The following Osage County students earned degrees from Kansas State University:

  • Burlingame: Colin Ferrel, Bachelor of Science; Grant Ferrel, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Carbondale: Ian West, Bachelor of Science in Technology Management
  • Lyndon: Skylar Farwell, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Kristen Payne, Bachelor of Science in Personal Financial Planning
  • Osage City: David Hanks, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Alfonzo Prescott, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
  • Quenemo: Evan Woodbury, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

K-State also announced that more than 3,650 students earned semester honors for their academic performance in the spring 2016 semester. Students earning a grade point average for the semester of 3.75 or above on at least 12 graded credit hours receive semester honors along with commendations from their deans. The honors also are recorded on their permanent academic records.

The following Osage County students earned semester honors for the spring 2016 semester from Kansas State University:

  • Burlingame: Jordan Herrick
  • Carbondale: Rachel Wrobel
  • Melvern: Julie Heslop, Kaden Vanderpool
  • Osage City: Sarah Peterson
  • Overbrook: Lauren Erickson, Jacob Friesen, Joseph Penrod, Maria Penrod
  • Quenemo: Evan Woodbury
  • Scranton: Joseph Langr
  • Vassar: Ashley Coffman

Information thanks to K-State News and Communications Services.

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