Students eligible for graduation at Newman University

1/16/2013

The following area students are eligible for graduation at Newman University:

The following area students are eligible for graduation at Newman University:

GARDEN CITY¬­ — Michelle Christensen, bachelor of science in elementary education; Amber Doyle, master of science in education; Kara Drohman, master of science in education; Barbara Mercer, master of science in education; Matthew Paxson, bachelor of science in elementary education; Linday Taylor, bachelor of science in elementary Education; Vestal Teeter, bachelor of science in elementary education, Cassy VanHaaren, bachelor of science in elementary education; Karrie Stokes, bachelor of science in elementary education; Patricia Burke, bachelor of science in elementary education; Patricia Burke, bachelor of science in elementary education.

INGALLS -- Glenn Bailey, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education.

Wineinger makes Baker dean's list

Lindsay Wineinger, Tribune, has made the Baker University School of Nursing dean's list for maintaining a 3.5 grade-point average or higher.

Founded in 1858, Baker was the first four-year university in the state. The university serves 3,500 students through the College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education in Baldwin City; the School of Nursing in Topeka; the School of Professional and Graduate Studies in Overland Park, Topeka, Wichita and North Kansas City, Mo., and Lee's Summit, Mo.; and the School of Education in Overland Park.

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