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Campus notes for Jan. 8

January 8, 2014
Marshall Independent

Area students among SDSU graduates

The following students were candidates for graduation after the fall 2013 session at South Dakota State University.

The names of honor graduates are marked with an asterisk designate graduation with cum laude, two asterisks, magna cum laude and three asterisks, summa cum laude.

Canby: Brent Larson,**, bachelor of science in agriculture and biological sciences; Trent Armitage, bachelor of science in arts and sciences; Michael Bliss **, bachelor of science in engineering; Brett Citrowske, bachelor of science in engineering. Garvin: Brenda Stemwedel, master of science in graduate school. Ivanhoe: Edwin Amundson, bachelor of science in agriculture and biological sciences; Carrie Addengast, bachelor of science in nursing; Sara Koch, master of mass communication in graduate school. Lake Benton: John Langholz, bachelor of science in engineering. Marshall: Paul Konietzko, bachelor of science in arts and sciences; Bethany Hanson*, bachelor of science in nursing; Ashley Wajer*, bachelor of science in nursing; Denise Gochenouer, doctor of philosophy in graduate school. Porter: Kyle Mamer**, bachelor of science in nursing. Ruthton: Jessi Reber, bachelor of science in nursing. Slayton: Mark Bau, bachelor of science in agriculture and biological sciences; Christopher Opdahl, bachelor of science in agriculture and biological sciences. Taunton: Jared Longtin, bachelor of science in agriculture and biological sciences. Tyler: Nicholas Wiering, bachelor of science in agriculture and biological sciences; Danelle Mikkelsen, bachelor of science in nursing. Vesta: Samuel Henriksen, bachelor of science in agriculture and biological sciences; Samuel Knudsen, bachelor of science in agriculture and biological sciences; Zachary Rohlik, bachelor of science in agriculture and biological sciences; Brittany Maasch, bachelor of science in arts and sciences; Andrea Rohlik, bachelor of science in nursing. Wabasso: Tyler Maertens, bachelor of science in agriculture and biological sciences. Westbrook: Kyle Baumann***, bachelor of science in agriculture and biological sciences.

Deragisch on University of Jamestown dean's list

Gary Watts, vice president for academic affairs at University of Jamestown, announces 244 students have been named to the dean's list for the 2013 fall semester. Kelsey Deragisch of Marshall is among the students named to the dean's list.

The dean's list includes all full-time students who, during any given semester, earn a grade point average of 3.50 or better on a minimum of 12 semester credits.

 
 

 

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