Several Wyandotte County students graduate from Emporia State

Several Wyandotte County students were among more than 600 students who recently received academic degrees after completing the spring semester at Emporia State University.

The area students included:

  • Mackenzie Shae Duncan of Bonner Springs, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education
  • Heather Paige Lund of Bonner Springs, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education
  • Ashley Nicole Vest of Bonner Springs, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education
  • Morgan Elizabeth Nichols of Edwardsville, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education
  • Bridget Lynn Frayer of Kansas City, Kansas, Master of Science in Special Education with a concentration in high incidence special education
  • Travon Jones of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in recreation and a minor in coaching
  • Devante Raseem McGee of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in biology with a concentration in health care
  • Jennifer Lynn Mullins of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education
  • Brianna Michelle Shively of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education
  • Maisee Xiong of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education

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