Medical student receives residency match

Drew Roach of Newton received a residency match to Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri, in Neurology.

Roach was among 79 fourth-year medical students participating in Match Day 2018 Wichita Botanica. During their fourth year, medical students interview with residency programs for training opportunities in the medical specialty of their choice. Students rank the programs, while programs rank the students.

Roach is a student at The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.

 

 

 

ESU names honor roll

EMPORIA — Emporia State University recently named more than 750 students to the university honor roll and dean's lists for fall 2017. Students from this area include:

Samantha Schroeder of Halstead, university honor roll and School of Business dean's list.

Johannah Hastings of Hesston, university honor roll and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences dean's list.

Makayla Holopirek of Hesston, university honor roll and The Teachers College dean's list.

Breanna Koehn of Hesston, university honor roll and The Teachers College dean's list.

Cole Bettenbrock of Newton, university honor roll and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences dean's list.

Lydia Driskill of Newton, university honor roll.

Madi Gehrer of Newton, university honor roll and The Teachers College dean's list.

Erica Long of Newton, university honor roll and The Teachers College dean's list.

Angela Richardson of Newton, university honor roll and The Teachers College dean's list.

Carrie Unruh of Newton, university honor roll and The Teachers College dean's list.

Robert Lyles of North Newton, university honor roll and The Teachers College dean's list.

To qualify for the university honor roll, students earned a minimum 3.80 semester grade point average in at least 12 graded hours. To qualify for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences dean's list, students earned a semester grade point average that puts them in the top 10 percent of all students enrolled in full-time undergraduate work within the college and have a cumulative 3.5 GPA for all Emporia State courses.

 

 

K-State students earn fall degrees

MANHATTAN — Nearly 1,500 students completed degree requirements from Kansas State University in fall 2017. The graduates are from 86 Kansas counties, 40 states and 27 countries.

The university awarded 1,233 bachelor's degrees, 215 master's degrees, 43 doctorates and three associate degrees. Several students earned multiple degrees.

 

More than 200 students earned graduation honors for outstanding academic performance. Of those, 58 students graduated summa cum laude with a grade point average of 3.95 or above; 75 students graduated magna cum laude with a grade point average of 3.85 to 3.949; and 75 students graduated cum laude with a GPA of 3.75 to 3.849.

Area students earning honors are listed below.

Halstead: Cory Armendariz, Bachelor of Science in Science; Brendan Gundy, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Victoria Maurath, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture  

Hesston: Alexandra Deegan, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Hannah Fenton, Bachelor of Science  

Newton: William Kiser, Bachelor of Science; Dalton Porter, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Alex Trumble, Bachelor of Science; Alyssa Wortz, Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management  

North Newton: Hannah Carlgren, Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Science, Summa Cum Laude; Colton Funk, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Sedgwick: Makayla Alderson, Bachelor of Arts; Taylor Clark, Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management; Connor Tobisch, Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology; Dylan Todd, Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Technology