MNU Announces 2012-2013 Who's Who List

Mar. 7, 2013 - by arcurtis

MNU Announces 2012-2013 Who's Who List

March 7, 2013
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Today MidAmerica Nazarene University announced its 2012-2013 list of Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Congratulations to the 44 seniors who were chosen based on GPA, participation and leadership within school and extracurricular activities, community involvement, and future leadership ability and/or potential.

STUDENT MAJOR HOMETOWN
A. Gordan
Wetmore III
Ministry Olathe, KS
Alyssa Plumlee Elementary
Education
Overland Park, KS
Andra Kee Youth and
Family Ministry
Ellendale, ND
Andrea Holt Biology Olathe, KS
Ashley Wells Elementary
Education
Leawood, KS
Aubrey Tavares Intercultural
Studies/Spanish
Mulvane, KS
Audrey Roth Business Administration/
Marketing
Wichita, KS
Brenda Long Management and
Human Relations
Olathe, KS
Brianna Davis Ministry Saint Peters, MO
Brittany Graham Youth and
Family Ministry
Wichita, KS
Caitlin Wienck Graphic Design/
Marketing
Topeka, KS
Chelsea Coffey Organizational
Leadership
Wynne, AR
Christina Wilkins Biology Ferguson, MO
Colin Starr Marketing Centennial, CO
Dana John Elementary
Education
Arlington, VA
Dion J. Lewis II Management and
Human Relations
Kansas City, MO
Elizabeth Jones Elementary
Education
Olathe,
Emily Lawler Elementary
Education
Omaha, NE
Emily Roth Elementary
Education
Winfield, KS
Ethan Alexander Biology Olathe, KS
Hannah Trott Elementary
Education
Urbandale, IA
Jackee Hill Athletic Training/
Kinesiology
Overland Park, KS
Jeffrey Suos Intercultural
Studies
Crystal, MN
Jessica Haskell Nursing Marion, IA
Jessica Rahn Elementary
Education
Paola, KS
Joshua Calhoun Sociology Saint Peters, MO
Kara Garber Nursing Carthage, MO
Karissa Wangberg Music
Education
Wichita, KS
Kathy Matney Youth and Family
Ministry
Olathe, KS
Kori Rienbolt Biology/Business
Administration
Fort Scott, KS
Kristie Crowe Elementary
Education
Lawrence, KS
Laurel Sutton Ministry/
Nursing
Topeka, KS
Melissa Whitehead Music
Education
Lenexa, KS
Michael Fast Accounting Littleton, C
Michael Morrison Mathematics
Education
Valley City, ND
Natalie Eick Psychology/
Sociology
St. Peters, MO
Nilen Pretzer Biology Glendale, AZ
Rachel Leiss Nursing Emporia, KS
Rebecca Skillman Elementary
Education
Olathe, KS
Rebekah Wilkins Chemistry/Forensic
Chemistry
Ferguson, MO
Robin Latimer Management and
Human Relations
Olathe, KS
Rustin Dowd Business
Administration
Paola, KS
Taylor Howell Mathematics
Education
Olathe, KS
Tyler Roberts Kinesiology Topeka, KS

 

 

 

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