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University of Missouri-Columbia recently announced students who graduated in the spring semester.


Kyle D. Brethower, of Lincoln, received a master of business administration.


Marie Kersey, of Warsaw, received a bachelor of science degree in soil, environment and atmospheric science, with an emphasis in atmospheric science.


Lance Day, of Pilot Grove received a bachelor of science in animal sciences.


Preston Reuter, of Pilot Grove, received a bachelor of science in agribusiness management.


Klarissa Wessing, of Pilot Grove, graduated magna cum laude and received a bachelor of health science in radiologic sciences, with an emphasis in radiography and a minor in psychology.


Nicole Malsi Angeles, of Knob Noster, graduated cum laude and received a bachelor of science in accountancy and master of accountancy.


Melody Raymond, of Knob Noster, graduated magna cum laude and received bachelor of science in education, with an emphasis in elementary education.


 •Kelly Heins, of Concordia, graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of science in education with an emphasis in elementary education.


Erica Thieman, of Concordia, received a doctor of philosophy in agricultural education.


 •Emily Marie Brant, of Tipton, received a bachelor of science in agribusiness management.


Arian Huhmann, of Tipton, received a master of education in information science and learning technology, with emphasis in educational technology.


Taylor Huhmann, of Tipton, graduated cum laude, with a bachelor of science in agricultural education, with an emphasis in teachr certification and a minor in agricultural economics.


Megan Rowland, of Stover, received a master of science in nursing with an emphasis in family nurse practitioner.


Micah Uptegrove, of Stover, received a bachelor of arts in political science and a bachelor of science in biological engineering.


Jayla Wilson, of Stover, graduated cum laude with honors. She received a bachelor of science in computer science and a bachelor of science in information technology.


Mallory Schehr, of Versailles, received a doctor of veterinary medicine.


Sara Kahrs, of Hughesville, received a bachelor of science in human environmental sciences in textile and apparel management.


Jordan Bell, of Sedalia, received a bachelor of science in soil, environment and atmospheric science with an emphasis in atmospheric science and an undergraduate certificate in geographical information.


•John Carroll, of Sedalia, received a bachelor of arts in political science, with a minor in sociology and an undergraduate certificate in multicultural studies.   


•Joshua Gaunt, of Sedalia, received a bachelor of science in biological sciences, a bachelor of arts in psychology, an undergraduate certificate in multicultural studies and a minor in anthropology.


•Jessica Greer, of Sedalia, received a bachelor of health science.


•Kheyra Halane, of Sedalia, received a bachelor of arts on communication with a minor in sociology and an undergraduate certificate in multicultural studies.


•Megan Harris, of Sedalia, received a bachelor of arts in psychology with a minor in human development and family studies and an undergraduate certificate in multicultural studies.


•Tyler Harris, of Sedalia, received a master of health administration and a graduate certificate in health informatics.


•Drew Hutinger, of Sedalia, received a bachelor of science in biological sciences with a minor in business.


•Cooper Mittelhauser, of Sedalia, graduated cum laud with university honors. He received a bachelor of arts in English with a minor in German and an undergraduate certificate in multicultural studies.


•Blake Price, of Sedalia, received a bachelor of science in industrial engineering.


•Kevin Pyne, of Sedalia, received a bachelor of arts in psychology with a minor in sociology.


•Lindsay Rasa, of Sedalia, graduated magna cum laude. She received a bachelor of health science in diagnostic medical ultrasound.


•Christopher Shepard, of Sedalia, graduated sum cum laude with honors. He received a bachelor of arts in psychology, a bachelor of arts in sociology and an undergraduate certificate in multicultural studies


•Thomas Squires, of Sedalia, graduated magna cum laude, with a bachelor of science in accountancy and a master of accountancy.


•Nicholas Sullivan, of Sedalia, graduated magna cum laude. He received a bachelor of journalism with an emphasis in print and digital news and an undergraduate certificate in multicultural studies.


•Jenny Swafford, of Sedalia, received a bachelor of journalism with an emphasis in strategic communication and a minor in textile and apparel management.


•Taylor Vincent, of Sedalia, graduated magna cum laude with education honors and received a bachelor of science in early childhood education.


•Brandon Carter, of Marshall, received a bachelor of arts in sociology.


•Morgan Ryther, of Marshall, graduated cum laude and received a bachelor of health science and communication science and disorders.  


•Lora Howery, of Nelson, graduated sum cum laude and received a bachelor of science in elementary education, with an emphasis in elementary education.


•Maddy Keller, of Nelson, graduated magna cum laude and received a bachelor of science in business administration with an emphasis in marketing and a minor in Spanish.


•Alicia Cox, of Sweet Springs, received a bachelor of arts in anthropology, an undergraduate certificate in multicultural studies and a minor in leadership and public service.


•Jennifer Vogelsmeier, of Sweet Springs, received a doctor of physical therapy.


•Michelle Wright, of Sweet Springs, graduated sum cum laude and received a bachelor of science in business administration with emphasis in finance and banking, a juris doctor in law and a minor in chemistry.

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