Jul 14, 2020 10:25 AM

NW Kan. students earn honor roll distinction at KU

Posted Jul 14, 2020 10:25 AM

KU News Service

LAWRENCE — More than 7,500 undergraduate students at the University of Kansas earned honor roll distinction for the spring 2020 semester.  

The students, from KU’s Lawrence and Edwards campuses and the schools of Health Professions and Nursing in Kansas City, Kansas, represent 85 of 105 Kansas counties; 47 other states, territories, and Washington, D.C.; and 55 other countries.

The honor roll comprises undergraduates who meet requirements in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and in the schools of Business, Education, Engineering, Health Professions, Journalism, Music, Nursing, Pharmacy and Social Welfare. The School of Architecture & Design did not post a dean’s list this term. Honor roll criteria vary among the university’s academic units. Some schools honor the top 10% of students enrolled, some establish a minimum grade-point average, and others raise the minimum GPA for each year students are in school. Students must complete a minimum number of credit hours to be considered for the honor roll.

Students from northwest Kansas include:

Ellis 

Raina Basso, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Brett Bowles, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Tristan Callis, Hays, School of Pharmacy 

Madison Crees, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Taylor Dinkel, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Alex Feyerherm, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Lacey Gregory, Hays, School of Journalism 

Zachary Hopp, Hays, School of Education 

London Keller, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Mikayla Koerner, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and School of the Arts 

John Lowry, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Jordyn Manhart, Hays, School of the Arts 

Matthew Moeder, Hays, School of Nursing 

Tanner Moore, Hays, School of Pharmacy 

Cody Petersen, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Cassandra Quinby, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Brianna Romme, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Dawson Rooney, Hays, School of Engineering 

Cameron Rozean, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Ethen Schmidt, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Taylor Teel, Hays, School of the Arts 

Jodi Veach, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Nikki Vuong, Hays, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Raegan Billinger, Victoria, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Madisyn Gerhardt, Victoria, School of Health Professions 

Katelyn Lang, Victoria, School of Engineering 

Ashlyn Windholz, Victoria, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Norton 

Kirstin Georgeson, Norton, School of Music 

Macayla Kent, Norton, School of Social Welfare 

Layton Miller, Norton, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

James Sturgill, Norton, School of Engineering 

Callie Uehlin, Norton, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Osborne  

Joshua Berkley, Downs, School of Engineering 

Kaelan Cameron, Osborne, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Phillips  

Faith Hofaker, Logan, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Kayla Hofaker, Logan, School of Nursing 

Kathleen Still, Phillipsburg, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Macye Witmer, Phillipsburg, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Seth Wood, Phillipsburg, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Rooks 

Chase Cellmer, Plainville, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Aaron Hahn, Stockton, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Russell  

Jeddrek Rowden, Lucas, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Ryan Birky, Russell, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Taelyr Blehm, Russell, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Maci Clark, Russell, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Smith 

Camden Dietz, Smith Center, School of Education 

Trego 

Julian Coker, Wakeeney, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.