Several Wyandotte County students to graduate from Emporia State this weekend

Several students from Wyandotte County are on the graduation candidate list at Emporia State University, which will hold commencement ceremonies May 10 and 11 in Emporia, Kansas.

Three commencement ceremonies are planned in White Auditorium: Graduate degrees at 6 p.m. Friday, May 10; bachelor’s degree from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, May 11; and bachelor’s degrees from the School of Business and The Teachers College at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 11.

Students who are finishing their degrees in May and August are eligible to walk during spring exercises. There are nearly 600 undergraduates and more than 500 graduate students who are candidates for degrees.

For more information about commencement, including a link to live streaming, go to https://www.emporia.edu/commencement/.

Students from Wyandotte County on the graduation list include:

• Rebecca G. Bishop of Bonner Springs, Kansas, Master of Arts in English.


• Amber Nicole Cox of Bonner Springs, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Business in marketing with a minor in information systems.


• Jessie Ann Farnsworth of Bonner Springs, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Nursing.


• Kimberly Denea Pollock of Bonner Springs, Kansas, Master of Science in Special Education with a concentration in high incidence special education.


• Katelyn Amanda Smith of Bonner Springs, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Education in elementary education.


• Carley Jo Bradshaw of Kansas City, Kansas, Education Specialist in school psychology.


• Michaela Cavlovic of Kansas City, Kansas, cum laude, Bachelor of Science in Education in elementary education.


• Nicholette Renee Daniels of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Education in elementary education.


• Alexa Raye Elbrader of Kansas City, Kansas, Master of Science in clinical psychology.


• Kendra Shea Enriquez of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Education in elementary education.


• Kayla Renee’ Gilmore of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Arts in political science with a minor in public administration.


• Imelda Arelis Gonzalez of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in health and human performance.


• Joshua Michael Hall of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in health and human performance.


• Abigail Denise Howe of Kansas City, Kansas, Master of Science in educational administration.


• Aidan Grey Johnson of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in psychology with a minor in leadership.


• Lisa Pinnell of Kansas City, Kansas, Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in curriculum lead concentration – pre K-12.


• Katelyn Reiff of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Education in elementary education.


• Chris Richards of Kansas City, Kansas, Master of Science in Special Education with a concentration in adaptive special education.


• Tyrone T. Weaver of Kansas City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in recreation.


• Leesa Lyn White of Kansas City, Kansas, Master of Science in Special Education with a concentration in high incidence special education.


• Hannah Jane Williams of Kansas City, Kansas, Master of Library Science with a concentration in youth services.


• Cindy Willis of Kansas City, Kansas, Master of Science in early childhood unified.


• Monica Susan Young of Kansas City, Kansas, Master of Science instructional specialist with a concentration in elementary content.


• Jessica Amber Hase Zimmerschied of Kansas City, Kansas, Master of Science in school counseling with a concentration in parallel pathways.

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