The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

Education

June 3, 2014

4,021 receive degrees at ISU commencement

AMES — A total of 4,021 students received degrees at Iowa State University’s spring commencement ceremonies. Iowa State awarded 3,357 undergraduate degrees, 413 master’s degrees, 147 veterinary medicine degrees and 104 doctor of philosophy degrees.

Of the students receiving bachelor’s degrees, 901 graduated “With Distinction” (cum laude, magna cum laude or summa cum laude). A total of 105 students graduated as members of the Honors Program.

Graduates include:

Ames: Alexandra Adams, B.A. - Bachelor of Arts, Interdisciplinary Studies, Cum Laude.

Ankeny: Allyn Ackermann, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Animal Science, Public Service and Administration in Agriculture.

Bellevue: Robert Timmer, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Supply Chain Management.

Bettendorf: Mikaela Leners, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Physics, Cum Laude.

Camanche: Jenna Paysen, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Accounting.

Charlotte: Mary Broadfoot, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Animal Ecology, Magna Cum Laude; Steven Eskildsen, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Agricultural and Life Sciences Education; Hannah Johnson, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Sociology, Interdisciplinary Studies.

Clinton: Kevin Bong, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Accounting, Magna Cum Laude and B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Finance, Honors Program Member, Magna Cum Laude; Kera Coggins, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Child, Adult, and Family Services; Teagan Erikson Willet, M.Sci - Master of Science, Diet and Exercise; Katie Fuller, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Hospitality Management; Joseph Gassman, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Industrial Engineering; Zachary Geiger, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Chemistry; Hanna Harlson, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Early Childhood Education, Cum Laude; Abigail Jergenson, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology and Health, Honors Program Member, Magna Cum Laude; Mara Kimmer, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology and Health; Austin Krick, B.L.S. - Bachelor of Liberal Studies, Liberal Studies; Tyler Mootz, B.M. - Bachelor of Music, Music, Cum Laude; Zane Pennock, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, International Studies; Chase Rockrohr, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Industrial Engineering; Chase Rockrohr, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Industrial Engineering; Drew Sikkema, B.S. - Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering; Katelyn Zimmerman, B.A. - Bachelor of Arts, Advertising.

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