Nearly 5,000 candidates for degree from the University of Kansas this spring — representing 90 Kansas counties, 45 states, territories, and Washington, D.C., and 49 other countries — have been announced by the University Registrar. Degrees are officially conferred in June.

The local students eligible for graduation are:

Franklin County

Allyson Marie Briggs, Ottawa, Doctor of Medicine; Cole W Bunce, Ottawa, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science; John Caleb Correll, Ottawa, Bachelor of Arts in History & Bachelor of Arts in Political Science; Garrett Z Cruce, Ottawa, Bachelor of Science in Sport Management; Quincy Jade Green, Ottawa, Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Abby L Hale, Ottawa, Bachelor of General Studies in Political Science; Elaine Marie Johnson-Powell, Ottawa, Bachelor of General Studies in Film and Media Studies; Rachel L Johnston, Ottawa, Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies; Brandon E Kinn, Ottawa, Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering; Tyler Ryan Mayo, Ottawa, Master of Science in Environmental Engineering; Spencer Thaddaeus Morgan, Ottawa, Bachelor of Arts in Microbiology; Christopher Adam Nicholson, Ottawa, Master of Business Administration; Dana H Peterson, Ottawa, Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies; Alexander Jordan Polsley, Ottawa, Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering; Allison P Sanford, Ottawa, Bachelor of General Studies in Economics; Megan Shirley, Ottawa, Bachelor of Science in Education; Danon Jade Taylor, Ottawa, Bachelor of General Studies in Psychology; Bianca Megan Webb, Ottawa, Master of Architecture; Paul Robert Williamson, Ottawa, Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Art; Dakota Marie Roy, Pomona, Bachelor of General Studies in Communication Studies; Chase Aaron Brown, Richmond, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science; Morgan Rae Cunningham, Wellsville, Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Emily A Newhouse, Wellsville, Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Hailey Elizabeth Watson, Wellsville, Bachelor of Science in Nursing.