WSU students graduate, earn honors
Nine students from Marion County completed degrees from Wichita State University this spring. Graduation honors are summa cum laude for a grade-point average of 3.9 or better, magna cum laude for 3.55 to 3.89, and cum laude for 3.25 to 3.54.
Christine A. Cederberg, doctor of nursing practice.
Amber M. King, bachelor of arts in anthropology.
Katy A. Nixon, bachelor of arts in biological sciences.
Megan E. Peachey, bachelor of science in medical technology.
James Davis, bachelor of science in electrical engineering, cum laude.
Adam C. Guetersloh, bachelor of science in aerospace engineering.
Stacie S. Marsden, master of education in curriculum and instruction.
Kelley Schafers, master of education in curriculum and instruction.
Steven M. Zieammerman, master of education in special education-functional.
Another 10 students from Marion County were named to the dean’s honor roll for earning at least a 3.5 grade-point average:
Goessel — Katherine M. Flaming and Sheldon J. Goerzen.
Hillsboro — Kelsey E. Bartel, Clara M. Ens, Natasha E. Hoffner, Janet N. Klenda, Nicholas C. Mueller, and Mieka A. Serene.
Marion — James Davis.
Peabody — Jacob D. Middleton.
Last modified July 18, 2012