Area students receive degrees

Several students from Wyandotte County have received degrees from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kan., for the spring semester.
They include:
From Bonner Springs: Erin Michael Harper, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Isaac B. Mills, a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance.
Megan J. Rehm, a Bachelor of Science in biology (pre-physical therapy).
From Edwardsville: Christine Michelle Floersch, a Bachelor of General Studies with an emphasis in general business.
Amanda Francine Weatherby, a Bachelor of Business Administration in management.
From Kansas City, Kan.: Scott Andrew Klingman, a Bachelor of General Studies with an emphasis in business.
Steven Zeman, a Bachelor of Science in medical diagnostic imaging.
Ashley Marie Anderson, a Bachelor of Arts in communication, journalism.
Melody Lynn Breedlove, a Bachelor of Science in justice studies.
Brian Patrick Dunn, a Bachelor of General Studies with an emphasis in general business.
Colleen Elizabeth Dunn, a Bachelor of General Studies with an emphasis in child development.
Catherine Ann Rockey, a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, secondary education.
Moses Toledo, a Master of Liberal Studies with an emphasis in criminal justice.
Rikki Nicole Whitby, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Wyandotte County students inducted into National Society of Leadership and Success at Park University

Wyandotte County students were among 91 students at Park University who were inducted recently into the National Society of Leadership and Success.

The induction ceremony into the Park University chapter of the society was held on the university’s Parkville, Mo., campus.

Students with an exemplary academic record are invited to join the National Society of Leadership and Success, and must complete the following to be considered for full induction: attend orientation, leadership training day, three success networking team meetings and three speaker broadcasts.

Those from Wyandotte County inducted into Park’s NSLS chapter:

• Daniel Everhart, senior business administration-management major, Kansas City, Kan.

• Jessenia Lopez, sophomore interior design major, Kansas City, Kan. (attended Cristo Rey High School, Kansas City, Mo.)

• Vanessa Morales, sophomore business administration/management major, Kansas City, Kan. (attended Cristo Rey High School, Kansas City, Mo.)

• Jessica Parada, freshman interior design major, Kansas City, Kan. (attended Bonner Springs [Kan.] High School)

• Sara Swanson, sophomore biology major, Kansas City, Kan.

• Andrew Vincent, senior business administration-management major, Overland Park, Kan. (attended Turner High School, Kansas City, Kan.)

Two Wyandotte County students named to dean’s list at Creighton

Two students from Wyandotte County have been named to the spring 2014 dean’s list at Creighton University, Omaha, Neb.

They are Lin Lau of Kansas City, Kan., a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences; and Brandon Leppke of Bonner Springs, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Full-time students who earn at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale are eligible for the dean’s honor roll.