Colorado students graduate from Fort Hays State University

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Published Friday, September 14, 2018

Local and area students from Colorado are among 616 who completed associate, bachelor's or graduate degrees at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas, in the summer 2018 term. 

Graduates are listed with their degrees and majors and, in parentheses, areas of concentration. The university conferred 149 graduate degrees (master's, Education Specialist and Doctor of Nursing Practice), 454 bachelor's degrees and 13 associate degrees. 

Fort Hays State, one of six public universities in the Kansas Board of Regents system, does not release degree lists until transcripts have been verified as having met all requirements for graduation. 

Graduates are arranged alphabetically city of residence. This list does not include graduates who requested privacy. 

Aurora: Deleon Deon Stephen, a Bachelor of Arts in organizational leadership and a Bachelor of Arts in sociology. 

Berthoud: Kaitlyn Nicole Chambers, a Master of Science in Education (English for speakers of other languages). 

Cheyenne Wells:Katie Janessa Pelton, a Bachelor of Science in agricultural business. 

Dana Jo Unruh, a Master of Science in education administration. 

Colorado Springs: Graham P. Swartzell, a Bachelor of Science in organizational leadership. Arrianne R. Nieves-Anderson, a Bachelor of Science in general science (biology). 

Denver: Megan Black, a Bachelor of General Studies (general business). 

Durango: Pavel Dimov Kostadinov, a Bachelor of Science in information networking and telecommunications (computer networking). 

EadsLogan Smith, a Master of Science in psychology (school). 

Fort Collins: Justin Timothy Hersch, a Bachelor of Science in geosciences (geology). 

Grand Junction: McKenzie Lauren Shawcroft, a Master of Science in psychology (school).  Ryan S. Whittington, a Master of Science in education administration. 

Greeley: Lance T. Preble, a Master of Professional Studies (organizational leadership). 

Loveland: Cydney Marie Martin, an Associate of General Studies (massage therapy) and a Bachelor of Science in health and human performance. 

Montrose: Jesse Kendig, a Master of Science in education administration. 

Thornton: Marisa S. Harrell, a Master of Science in psychology (school). 

WalshChase T. Mundell, a Bachelor of Science in technology studies (construction management). 

Wellington: Dori Floud, a Master of Liberal Studies (health sciences). 

Westminster: Alyssa Catherine Gottschalk, a Bachelor of Science in biology (health professions).