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Concordia names May 2014 distinguished graduates

Concordia announced its May 2014 graduates who graduated with distinction or high distinction honors based on their academic achievements at Concordia. 

Up to 10 percent of the undergraduate class are graduated with high distinction, and an additional 15 percent of the class are graduated with distinction. A student must also have completed at least 64 credit hours at Concordia to be eligible for graduation honors.

The list of students includes (listed by state, then alphabetically by city):

California

Alyssa Wilson, Fremont, Calif., B.F.A./B.A., with distinction

Colorado

Christa Lindeman, Arvada, Colo., B.S.Ed., with high distinction

Benjamin Hinckfoot, Colorado Springs, Colo., B.S.Ed., with distinction

Megan Letts, Lakewood, Colo., B.A., with high distinction

Kelsey Livingston, Littleton, Colo., B.A., with distinction

Stephanie Lund, Parker, Colo., B.A., with high distinction

Illinois

Sarah Kortze, Rockford, Ill., B.S., with distinction

Iowa

Stacey Holt, Auburn, Iowa, B.A., with high distinction

Emily Barz, Dubuque, Iowa, B.S.Ed., with high distinction

Joel Kaldahl, Spencer, Iowa, B.S., with distinction

Kansas

Robyn Meyer, Linn, Kan., B.S.Ed., with distinction

Jordan Donohoue, Manhattan, Kan., B.S., with high distinction

Maryland

Ruth Krc, Frederick, Md., B.A., with high distinction

Michigan

Rebecca Wittig, Saginaw, Mich., B.A., with distinction

Crystal Bauer, Sebewaing, Mich., B.F.A., with distinction

Missouri

Jessica Wagner, Ballwin, Mo., B.F.A., with distinction

Sarah Heins, Higginsville, Mo., B.A., with high distinction

Nicole Hill, Kansas City, Mo., B.A./B.S.Ed., with distinction

Dana Keller Zluticky, Lee's Summit, Mo., B.S.Ed., with distinction

Brandon Metcalf, St. Louis, Mo., B.A., with high distinction

Kristin Schultz, St. Louis, Mo., B.A., with high distinction

Nebraska

Morgan Stover, Columbus, Neb., B.S., with high distinction

Rachel Werner, Davenport, Neb., B.S.Ed., with high distinction

Mary Masur, David City, Neb., B.F.A., with distinction

Kasandra Stoltz, Elgin, Neb., B.A., with distinction

Emily Fleming, Gretna, Neb., B.A., with distinction

Sarah Mack, Kenesaw, Neb., B.S.Ed., with distinction

Kayla Asche, Lincoln, Neb., B.A., with distinction

Kim Larsen, Lincoln, Neb., B.A., with distinction

Jessica Polk, Lincoln, Neb., B.S.Ed., with high distinction

Emily Sheets, Lincoln, Neb., B.A., with high distinction

Tonya Johnson, Mason City, Neb., B.A., with high distinction

Myria Knapp, North Platte, Neb., B.S.Ed., with distinction

Emma Bray, Omaha, Neb., B.S.Ed., with high distinction

Laura Kresha, Omaha, Neb., B.F.A., with distinction

Faith Doerr, Osmond, Neb., B.S.Ed., with distinction

Alyssa Kirby, Ravenna, Neb., B.S.Ed., with distinction

Jacob Moore, Seward, Neb., B.A., with distinction

Stephanie Rippstein, Seward, Neb., B.S.Ed., with high distinction

Blake Vajgrt, Seward, Neb., B.S., with high distinction

Emily Hemphill, Utica, Neb., B.A., with distinction

Jon Richters, Utica, Neb., B.S., with distinction

Kelly Jacob, Winnebago, Neb., B.A., with high distinction

Luke Watt, Wood River, Neb., B.A./B.S.Ed., with distinction

Jacob Reifenrath, Wynot, Neb., B.S., with high distinction

Morganne Woodburn, York, Neb., B.S., with high distinction