Local FHSU students complete degrees

HAYS – Several area students are among the 2,111 who completed associate, bachelor’s or graduate degrees at Fort Hays State University in the spring 2016 semester.

The graduates include 374 graduate degrees (master’s and education specialists) and 1,737 undergraduate degrees.

Josephine Jaye Burke, a Bachelor of Science in business education (corporate communication).

Susan Amanda Grabon, a Bachelor of Science in communication sciences and disorders.

Laura Jean Lorenz, a Bachelor of Science in business education (corporate communication).

Danielle Marie Overmiller, a Bachelor of Business Administration in management.

Jase Ryan Sporleder, a Master of Business Administration.

Ashley Marlene Wiles, a Bachelor of Arts in

communication (advertising) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts (graphic design).

Darci Seehafer, a Bachelor of Science in elementary education.

Mckenzie Renea Wiles, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Kristin Ann Wagner, a Bachelor of Science in medical diagnostic imaging.

Chelsey L. Oliver, a Bachelor of Fine Arts (graphic design).

Jessica Jolene Freeman, a Bachelor of Science in biology (wildlife biology).

Katie May Muirhead, an Associate of Science in radiologic technology and a Bachelor of Science in medical diagnostic imaging.

Jennifer Ann Urbaniak, a Bachelor of General Studies (general business). 

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