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  • Area students graduate from University of Missouri

  • Area residents are among the fall 2012 graduates of the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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  • Area residents are among the fall 2012 graduates of the University of Missouri-Columbia.
    Blue Springs - Kyle S. Anderson, master of Education; Richard E. Berkebile, doctor of philosophy; Kristina M. Bobb, bachelor of arts in interdisciplinary; Jill N. Hines, bachelor of science in hospitality management and a minor in business; Aaron L. Hughes, master of science in health informatics and bioinformatics; Amy M. Luther, master of arts in information science and learning technology; Karen M. E. Moore, master of arts in information science and learning technology; Jaren L. Rodier, bachelor of science in education, magna cum laude; Taylor J. Starks, bachelor of science in education and a minor in mathematics, cum laude; William R. Tarr, bachelor of science in hospitality management and a minor in business.
    Grain Valley - Katie M. Kallenberger, master of accountancy, bachelor of science in accountancy and a taxation graduate certificate; Clinton J. Nace, bachelor of science in agribusiness management and a minor in sustainable agriculture; Carrie L. Reich, doctor of education; Robin L. Wootten, doctor of philosophy.
    Independence - Raja Araf-Nou Bahar, bachelor of science in human environmental sciences, textile and apparel management and a minor in business; Katelyn A. Bowen, bachelor of health science, magna cum laude; Kevin M. Butler, bachelor of general studies; Joshua M. Campbell, bachelor of science in business administration; Karissa E. Driskell, bachelor of arts in sociology; Levi D. Franklin, bachelor of science in electrical engineering, bachelor of science in computer engineering, bachelor of science in computer science and a minor in mathematics, summa cum laude and University Honors; Wayne C. Martens, master of science in biological engineering and a graduate certificate in geographical information science; Jared D. Robinson, bachelor of science in soil, environmental and atmospheric science; Whitney M. Scott, master of education; Merideth A. Thatcher, bachelor of arts in psychology.
    Lake Lotawana - Robert Reid, bachelor of arts in communication and a minor in psychology.
    Lake Tapawingo - Christopher W. Simpson, bachelor of science in industrial engineering.
    Lee’s Summit - Sarah K. Arnold, bachelor of arts in communication and a bachelor of arts in Spanish; Alexandra P. Bass, bachelor of arts in English; Lucas L. Bennink, bachelor of science in biological engineering, cum laude and Honors Scholar; Samantha R. Brattin, bachelor of science in nursing, summa cum laude; Michael D. Brunson, bachelor of science in human environmental sciences and minors in economics and business; Katelyn L. Cahill, bachelor of health science, cum laude; Patricia L. Carney, master of education; Emily N. Cherry, bachelor of arts in English, minors in film studies and psychology and an undergraduate certificate in multicultural studies; Sarah C. Dolasky, bachelor of arts in psychology; Jared D. Edwards, master of accountancy, bachelor of science in accountancy and a taxation graduate certificate; Alexandra E. Genova, bachelor of science in human environmental sciences, textile and apparel management and a minor in business, cum laude; Nathan A. Graham, bachelor of science in civil engineering; Lauren R. Griggs, bachelor of science in electrical engineering, honors scholar; Brandon Hochstedler, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering and a minor in business; Nicholas J. Hosman, bachelor of science in biochemistry; Taylor L. Irwin, bachelor of science in nursing; Kristin M. Katzberg, bachelor of health science; Tyler W. Keel, master of business administration; Brynne C. Krause, bachelor of science in business administration, magna cum laude; Jordan A. Mannix, bachelor of science in business administration, magna cum laude; Ashley E. Mark, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering and a minor in mathematics; Emily F. Martin, bachelor of science in human environmental sciences, textile and apparel management and a minor in business; Brittnee E. McDonald, bachelor of health science and a minor in psychology; Taylor B. McWilliams, bachelor of science in human environmental sciences; Austin L. Minor, bachelor of science in agribusiness management and a bachelor of science in agricultural systems management; Michael P. Quiason, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering and a minor in mathematics; Katlyn P. Shackles, bachelor of science in hospitality management and a minor in business; Zachary P. Sloan, bachelor of science in hospitality management and a minor in business; Benjamin L. Stedem, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Rachel N. Stevick, bachelor of science, food science and nutrition, magna cum laude; Holly S. Stewart, bachelor of science in nursing; Taylar M. Terrill-Smith, bachelor of arts in political science, bachelor of arts in international studies and an undergraduate certificate in multicultural studies; Jeffrey S. VanDeusen, bachelor of science in electrical engineering and a minor in mathematics; Mitch A. Wilson, bachelor of science in human environmental sciences; Adam P. Wright, bachelor of arts in English, bachelor of arts in film studies, minor in history and an undergraduate certificate in multicultural studies; Richard J. Wuller, bachelor of science in parks, recreation and tourism and a minor in business.
    Page 2 of 2 - Lone Jack - Micaiah C. Shahan, bachelor of science in animal sciences and a minor in chemistry.
    Oak Grove - Molly E. Hight, bachelor of health science in occupational therapy, magna cum laude; Christopher M. Howk, bachelor of science in business administration, cum laude; Jessee N. Koehn, bachelor of arts in philosophy and a minor in linguistics.
    Raytown - Shaunte P. Forester, bachelor of general studies; Jennifer L. Peterson, bachelor of science in human environmental sciences, human development and family studies and an undergraduate certificate in multicultural studies; Jamar W. Williams, bachelor of arts in computer science and a minor in business.
    Sibley - Nathaniel C. Horn, bachelor of science in biochemistry.
    – Kelly Evenson
     

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