August 23, 2014

Local students graduate from KU

Alex Goering, a Spring Hill High School alum, sings the national anthem during graduation ceremonies at the University of Kansas. Goering, and several other local students, graduated from KU on Sunday. Submitted photo

Alex Goering, a Spring Hill High School alum, sings the national anthem during graduation ceremonies at the University of Kansas. Goering, and several other local students, graduated from KU on Sunday. Submitted photo

University of Kansas seniors graduated last weekend. The university awarded more than 4,500 degrees this spring. The formal ceremony included the singing of the national anthem by Alex Goering, a Spring Hill High School alum. Goering received his degree from KU in theatre and fine arts.
Other area students who earned degrees from KU on May 19 include:
Gardner students: Chad Sanner, master of public health; Catherine Rivera, bachelor of science in occupational studies; Krista Marvin, bachelor of arts in psychology; Amy Bartlett, bachelor of arts in education; Ashley Deters, bachelor of arts in English; Casey Dye, bachelor of fine arts in design; Brian Richerson, bachelor of science in biology;  Kristin Herschberger, master of science in education, Jonathen Jensen, doctor of medicine; April Myers, bachelor of general studies in applied behaviorial sciences; Rob Shippy, master of public administration; Jacquelyn Dwyer, bachelor of science in nursing; Erin Hecker, doctor of medicine; Amber Dempsey, bachelor of science in molecular biosciences; Katie Turpin, master of occupational therapy; Jayme Thorpe, master of science in nurse anesthesia; Melynda Johnson, bachelor of general studies in communication studies; Aberham Yigezu, bachelor of science in pharmaceutical studies; and Ronda Brin, master of social work.
From Spring Hill: Holly Gault, doctor of medicine; Ian Phelps, bachelor of science in education; Kelsey Connolly, bachelor of science in journalism; Madeline Curry, bachelor of arts in French; Anne Quinn, bachelor of science in pharmaceutical studies; William Emmerich, bachelor of science in microbiology; and Rami Meisinger, bachelor of arts in history.

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