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Posted: Monday, January 29, 2007 12:00 am

National Honor Roll

Emporians Morgan Baker of Emporia High School and Kathryn Kraus of Hartford High School were among 469 students who qualified for induction into the spring 2006 National Honor Roll.

Also on the National Honor Roll are Tosha Dains and Amber McMickle both of Strong City; Evan Faulkner of Osage City; and Erica Tanner of Cottonwood Falls.

In ‘Who’s Who’

Educational Communications has announced the names of those included in the 2005-2006 editions of “Who’s Who Among American High School Students — Sports Edition,” “The National Dean’s List” and “The Chancellor’s List.”

The annual publications recognize outstanding high school students, student-athletes and college students.

Students from the Emporia area included in the new editions are:

Sports Edition — Alexander Agler, Dena Church, Carmen Clark, Alicia McGuire and Amanda Troyer, all of Emporia High School; Tyler Trollett,

Northern Heights High School; Will Agustyn, Wesley Roy, Danielle Mingle and Josh Winters, Burlington High School; and Erin England and Brittany Lemay, Chase County High School.

University Chancellor’s List — Lendi Bland, Amanda Hahn and Jessica Theel, Emporia students at Kansas Kansas State University; Carrie Donham and Ruth Schneider, Emporia students at Emporia State University; and Beth Dains, a Madison student at Emporia State University.

High School Chancellor’s List — Emporia High School students Sabino Alarcon, Crystal Bandel, Whitney Bandel, Jenna Blanton, Brandi Calvert, Dena Church, McKenzie Cinelli, Sidney Cline, Melissa Crawford, Ann Daugaard, Kandis Fisher, Danielle Flanagin, Kelsey Fowler, Donna Guzman, Lacee Hanson, Kaitlin Henry, Jacqueline Juarez, Tammie Ma, Aimee McCallum, Alicia McGuire, Morgan Michels, Chelsea Pearson, Justin Prentiss, Brianna Robinson, Vanessa Rogers, Erika Schlup, Adam Schondelmaier, Tyler Thompson, Leah Wagner, Katherine Weaver and Catherine Edmunds.

Burlington High School students Jamie Augustyn, William Augustyn, Sally Boyce, Betsy Clark, Hannah Combrink, Andrew Hedges, Matthew Hoch, Beth Hopkins, James Iseman, Scott Jones, Kierston Kopfman, Samantha Kuhlmann, Michael Lawson, Steven Massingill, Keira Masters, Danielle Mingle, Blair Paxson, Alyssa Reeves, Geoffrey Reeves, Emily Renyer, Sven Salberg, Sarah Samuelson, Zachary Smith, William Stevens, Melissa Troutman, Amanda Troyer, Jessica Vander Linden, Joshua Lingfelter and Madelaine Schmidt.

Chase County High School students Rebekah Dodez, Erin England, Britany Gosser, Sarah Grokett, Ann Heinen, Casey Mushrush and Amber Schroer.

Council Grove High School students Scott Bowles, Ashleigh Downes, Rhiannon Downes, Abigail Frese, Courtney Frye, Brittani Lemay, Christina Miller, Allyson Montgomery and Samantha Wright.

Hartford High School students Carmen Clark and Adam Williams.

Lebo High School students Ashely Lee, Nathan Linsey and Chlesea Schroeder.

Northern Heights High School students Patricia McKenzie, John Waylon and Ashley Siess.

Olpe High School students Tanna Bell, Wade Schmidt, Catie Schneider and Eric Stephens.

Dean’s List — Melissa Augustine, Fort Hays State University; Charissa Boldridge, Carrie Donham, Jason Green, Lisa Grey and Leah Griswold, Emporia State University; Rachel Durham and Lindsey Goll, Kansas State University; and Stephanie Hammerl, Wichita State University.

Attends institute

Lindsay Hicks of Emporia, a senior in psychology, was one of several Kansas State University students who participated in the 2007 American Humanics Management Institute, Jan. 3-6, in Washington, D.C.

American Humanics is a national alliance of colleges, universities and nonprofit organizations that prepares and certifies college students for professional careers with nonprofit organizations. American Humanics is affiliated with 75 colleges and universities nationwide, including K-State, and it partners with more than 50 national nonprofit organizations including the YMCA, the March of Dimes and the American Red Cross. At K-State, American Humanics is part of leadership studies and programs.

The purpose of the annual institute is to expose junior and senior students to experiences they will encounter as youth and human service agency professionals.

Get scholarships

Gerald Coats of Hartford and Adam Dilley of Council Grove were among 46 high school students awarded Garvey Competitive Scholarships from Washburn University. Approximately $38,100 will be given to the recipients who attend Washburn during the 2007-08 academic year.

Students are eligible to sit for the scholarship test if they have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above and will graduate in spring 2007. Garvey scholarships may be renewed up to four years if the student enrolls full time at Washburn and maintains a cumulative grade point average of 3.0.

Coats received $1,300 and Dilley received $500.

On honor roll

Hutchinson Community College has announced the honor rolls for the Fall 2006 semester, including grades through the end of the interterm session. Charles Black of Emporia was one of 468 students on the President’s Honor Roll with a 4.0 grade point average for the semester.

Amber Schroer of Strong City was one of 496 student on the Dean’s Honor Roll with at least a 3.5 grade point average for the semester.

Pittsburg honors

Pittsburg State University has released the honor rolls for the fall 2006 semester.

To qualify for Dean’s Scholastic Honors, a student must complete at least 12 semester hours, receive a grade point average (GPA) of 3.6000 for all credit course work that semester and have no grade lower than a B and no grade of I in any course during that semester.

Dean’s list — Brice Satterfield, Joanna Brozovich and Eric Richardson of Emporia; Kristan Hammond, LeRoy.

All-A honor roll — Isaac Boone of Eureka, Jovoli Clark of Le Roy and Hannah Combrink of New Strawn.

Gets internship

Aaron Luthi of Madison, a senior in mechanical engineering, was one of 40 K-State students selected as an intern at the Advanced Manufacturing Institute at Kansas State University.

The institute's internship program provides K-State students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience by working with experienced professionals on client projects in technology development, engineering, manufacturing, marketing and commercialization.

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