Baker undergraduates receive degrees
Baldwin City, Kan. — More than 600 undergraduate, graduate and nursing students at Baker University received their degrees during fall commencement ceremonies Dec. 13-14 at the Collins Center.
Below are the undergraduates from the College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education. Some students who participated in the commencement ceremony will be completing degree requirements through January and are not listed.
College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education
Bachelor of Arts
Seth Buckley, Wellsville, history and secondary education; Jacob Cloud-Holloway, Eudora, Eudora, religion; Nolan Griffin, Salina, Spanish; Samantha Harpole, Springfield, Mo., Spanish; Hali Jewell, Ottawa, theater; Tyler Lane, Gardner, history and secondary education; Joseph Sample, Baldwin City, history and secondary education; Tyler Scifers, Pittsburg, history; Jessica Uhler, Kincaid, studio art; Sarah Wright, Paola, exercise science.
Bachelor of Music Education
Heather Raby, Ottawa.
Bachelor of Science
Kendall D. Bradley, Baldwin City, exercise science; Jena Dick, Baldwin City, business; Laura Elizabeth Drovetta, Gardner, middle level mathematics education; Samantha Harpole, Springfield, Mo., exercise science; Ashley Hastings, Osage City, international business; Katie Jaschke, Merriam, biology; Jamie Lawrenz, Baldwin City, elementary education; Saxony Morris-Ortiz, Baldwin City, exercise science; Jordan Martin, Prairie Village, elementary education; Anthony Myrick, Baldwin City, interdisciplinary in elementary education and English; Jenna Neuenswander, Baldwin City, elementary education; Charley Norman, Fowler, international studies; Erin Oliver, Erie, middle level mathematics education; Ashley Olson, Hiawatha, elementary education; Taylor Parker, Lawrence, biology; Gregory Michael Rogers, Shawnee, business; Ronald Michael Angartia Sarmiento, Baldwin City, international business; Tyler Scifers, Pittsburg, international business; Tara VandeLinde, Aliso Viejo, Calif., elementary education; Nicholas Wasser, Ottawa, computer information systems; Jared Weseloh, Sylvan Grove, business; Kevin Winn, Lawrence, psychology; Brett Woods, Shawnee, psychology; Erin Yosai, Salina, psychology.
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