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Education

September 10, 2008

Student Stars

Purdue announces recent graduates

WEST LAFAYETTE — Area graduates who were awarded degrees from Purdue University in May include:

Carroll County: Baylee Davis, bachelor’s degree in liberal arts; Neil Hufford, bachelor’s degree in liberal arts; Katherine Wind, bachelor’s degree in education; Ross Larimore, bachelor’s degree in consumer and family sciences; Tabitha Smith, bachelor’s degree in health sciences; Kaicey Stout, bachelor’s degree in consumer and family sciences; Marshall Criswell, bachelor’s degree in science; Kole Groninger, bachelor’s degree in management; Keith Mears, bachelor’s degree in agricultural and biological engineering; Jonathan Newell, bachelor’s degree in agricultural and biological engineering; Shawnna Roach, bachelor’s degree in liberal arts; Brandon Smith, bachelor’s degree in agriculture; Jessica Thornton, bachelor’s degree in consumer and family sciences; Nathan Zink, associate’s degree in electrical and computer engineering; Sara Hensley, bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership and supervision; Clinton Knaus, doctor of pharmacy; Ryan Zook, bachelor’s degree in agriculture; Jennifer Brodar, master of science in education; Ariel Miller, bachelor’s degree in liberal arts; Lee Morrison, master of science in education; Tyler Simpson, doctor of veterinary medicine; Brian Callender, bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership and supervision; Diana Aveline, bachelor’s degree in consumer and family sciences; Shane Meyer, bachelor’s degree in computer technology; Eric Wulf, bachelor’s degree in agricultural and biological engineering.

Cass County: Rhett Miller, doctor of pharmacy; Jeremy Moss, associate’s degree in aviation technology; Dustin Beckman, bachelor’s degree in computer technology; Clinton Bohm, bachelor’s degree in liberal arts; Daniel Burton, doctor of pharmacy; Kelsey Campbell, bachelor’s degree in nursing; Blair Coplen, bachelor’s degree in education; Adam Culp, bachelor’s degree in computer graphics technology; Audrey Denham, bachelor’s degree in liberal arts; Jared Dillon, bachelor’s degree in computer graphics technology; Elizabeth Kitchel, bachelor’s degree in liberal arts; Michael Laird, bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering technology; Brent Langley, associate’s degree in computer integrated manufacturing technology; John Liebner, bachelor’s degree in management; Kitrina Ohman, bachelor’s degree in liberal arts; Scott Rudicel, associate’s degree in agriculture; Lauren Clinton, bachelor’s degree in liberal arts; Ryan Weaver, bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer engineering; Brian Harris, associate’s degree in aviation technology; Tabitha Whitlark, bachelor’s degree in consumer and family sciences; Brandon Davis, doctor of philosophy graduate studies; Anna Williams, bachelor’s degree in agriculture; Krista Williams, bachelor’s degree in landscape agriculture; Christen McKaig Bielat, doctor of veterinary medicine; Daniel Cothran, certificate in management.

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