Hahne graduates from university
Students completed their degree requirements during spring semester 2014.
Students on UND roll of honor
The University of North Dakota has released its 2014 spring semester president’s roll of honor.
To qualify for the roll of honor, a student must have an overall cumulative grade point average of 3.80 or higher. The student must also have earned a minimum of 30 semester hours and have completed a minimum of 12 hours at the close of the semester, eight of which must be before traditional letter grades.
Area students on the list include:
Carrington: Danielle Boehmer, Andrea Braaten, Audra Braaten, Nathan Collins and Casey Murphy
Cooperstown: Aubrey Ellefson
Courtenay: Katelyn Fletcher
Edgeley: Jennifer Erickson, Taylor Erickson and Jamison Jangula
Ellendale: Josie Stebner
Enderlin: Tara Boland
Hannaford: Joseph Hackman
Jamestown: Jace Erickson, Matthew Kopp, Jennifer Neva, Sarah Neva, Sondra Pergotski, Alec Redmann and Hope Wright
Kulm: Kari Kusler
LaMoure: Kristof Nelson, Samantha Peterson and Megan Quinlan
Leal: Trenton Egan
Linton: Sophia Lawler
Oakes: Kaitlyn Awender, Natalie Buck and Alexandra Ptacek
Steele: Nicole Biesterfeld and Jordan Mayer
Sykeston: Anna Richter
Tappen: Kelsey Dockter
Valley City: Shelby Anderson, Haley Larson, Maria Prosby and Jasmine Stevens
Wishek: Emilee Rath
Voight graduates from university
Jakob Voight, of Jamestown, received a Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural engineering technology during spring commencement at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in May.