Jul 11, 2020 3:49 PM

Local, area students earn academic honors at WSU

Posted Jul 11, 2020 3:49 PM

WICHITA -- Wichita State University has announced the names of more than 3,700 students who were on the WSU dean's honor roll for spring 2020.

To be included on the dean's honor roll, a student must be enrolled full time (at least 12 credit hours) and earn at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Local and area students named to the dean's honor roll include the following.

Abilene

 Cassidy L Meins

Bennington

 Kaysia L Carlson
 Kyler V Mick
 Luke A Snyder

Brookville

 Callie M Cameron
 Madison D Cox
 Milah K Linenberger
 Yadira Nunez
 Katelynn M Winter

Canton

 Jillian M Ross-Mason

Chapman

 Nathan R Nelson

Ellsworth

 Taylor M Bunch
 Gentry B Oberle
 Alexis A Stefek
 Laurel O Wacker

Goessel

 Jacob M Rymill
 Lauren E Rymill

Gypsum

 Elisha B Hampton
 Margaret L Matteson
 Faith R Pruett
 Madison E Roths
 Breanna L Sirois
 Rondalee S Winship

Herington

 Shae E Granzow

Hillsboro

 Josiah H Melton
 Jonathan R Ragland

Hope

 Isaac A Elsasser

Inman

 Gavyn J Bowen
 Koy D Light
 Jacob L Renner
 Elizabeth A Wood

Lincoln

 Eilleen H Beckmeyer
 Mary F Beckmeyer
 Heidi J Donley

Lindsborg

 Margaret J Anderson
 Alyssa B Carlson
 Kira J Haxton
 Diana M Hernandez

Lost Springs

 Michelle D Truman

Marion

 Tyler J Arocha
 Madison P Coleman
 Corrina M Crabb
 Emily L Davies
 Devin T Hamm
 Drew K Helmer
 Bailey K Robson

McPherson

 Cody A Cruise
 Makenzie G Goering
 Nicole R Gosselin
 Jaquilyn M Holder
 Brock S Malm
 Megan E Pedersen
 Allison N Unruh
 Michael A Webster
 Abbey M Yianakopulos
 Alexis S Young

Minneapolis

 Moriah J Ausherman
 Nicolas S Wahl

Moundridge

 Remington B Creed
 Alec M Thach

Salina

 Paul C Armbrust
 Alijah A Banton
 Ashley N Bellamy
 Alina H Bohanan
 Jade R Burroughs
 Madison P Carlgren
 Abigail Dominguez
 Mason M Frost
 Ismael D Garcia
 Zephyr C Gill
 Estefania Granado
 Rebecca H Karber
 Bryana K Loisranoi
 Crystal M Lucio
 Elena Martinez
 Courtney L Meyer
 Alora H Nesting
 Aracely Nieto
 Isidro A Nieto
 April G Owen
 Brayden A Pavey
 Dat H Quach
 Kylie A Roberts
 Elaine G Stineman
 Jasmine Tabares
 Dallas L Tanner
 Eldon J Taskinen
 Tonya Y Vidales
 Cole J Wassenberg
 Shadden E Zapata

Solomon

 Alec M Azim
 Andrew T Capsey
 Katelyn A Staley

Sylvan Grove

 Mia P Maupin

Wilson

 Kendyl E Zorn  

WSU enrolls about 16,000 students and offers more than 50 undergraduate degree programs in more than 150 areas of study in six undergraduate colleges.

The Graduate School offers an extensive program including more than 40 master's degrees that offer study in more than 100 areas; a specialist in education degree; and doctoral degrees in applied mathematics; audiology; chemistry; communication sciences and disorders; human factors and community/clinical psychology; educational leadership; nursing practice; physical therapy; and aerospace, electrical, industrial and mechanical engineering.