There will be nearly 1,100 candidates for graduation at Emporia State University.
They will be honored in three separate commencement ceremonies on Friday and Saturday in White Auditorium, 111 E. Sixth Ave., in Emporia.
All students earning graduate degrees will be honored 6 p.m. Friday. Students earning bachelor’s degrees from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will be honored at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.
Students earning bachelor’s degrees from the School of Business and The Teachers College conferring degrees at 2 p.m. Saturday. For more information about commencement, including a link to live streaming, go to https://www.emporia.edu/commencement/.
Students who are finishing their degrees in May and August are eligible to walk during spring exercises.
Allen Schmidt of the Kansas Board of Regents will give remarks at all three ceremonies.
Students from this area, their honors and degrees include:
Bryan Judson Richardson, Lane, Master of Science in Clinical Psychology .
Taryn Nicole Bohlken, Ottawa, Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Kylie E Foster, Ottawa, B.S. in Business in Accounting.
Amy Elizabeth Huxtable, Ottawa, Master of Science in Art Therapy.
Morgan Michelle Schaefer, Ottawa, B.S. in Business in Accounting.
Megan Lynn Seastrom, Ottawa, B.S. in Education in Elementary Education.
Kaden Andrew Shaffer, Ottawa, B.S. in Education in Social Sciences.
Tyler Ray Rogers, Pomona, B.S. in Business in Accounting.
Rene Rodriguez Escareno, Welda, B.S. in Business in Marketing.
Alex Ann Gill, Wellsville, Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Crime and Delinquency Studies.
Brett David Osbern, Wellsville, Cum Laude Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance.
Kelly Lynae Robertson, Wellsville, Master of Science in Instructional Specialist with a concentration in Reading Specialist /Pre K-12.
Mariah LaNae Townsend, Wellsville, Master of Science in Instructional Specialist with a concentration in Reading Specialist /Pre K-12.