Stephanie Christopher graduated from Kansas State University with a Master of Arts degree in teaching, Victoria Fowler graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering, Tiffany Hoskins graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree and Luke Jackson graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration.

Missouri State University conferred degrees upon Madison DeHart, who achieved cum laude honors while receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in education; Danielle Hammontree, who achieved cum laude honors while receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural communications; Brittany Holtzclaw, who received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology; Riana Maus, who received a Master of Professional Studies degree; Emily Plummer, who received a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology; Kristopher Shivers, who received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology; Megan Stalling, who achieved cum laude honors while receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in global studies; Brady Stearns, who received a Bachelor of Science degree in hospitality leadership; Zachary Thompson, who received a Bachelor of Science degree in communication; Hailey Whipp, who received a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing; and Nathan Wilkerson, who received a Bachelor of Science degree in political science.

Lynette Justesen received a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting, Ashlley Palmer received a Bachelor of Science degree in business and health care management, Mary Cheney received a Master of Health Leadership degree, Jennifer Lindsey received a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, Brandon Holder received a Master of Arts degree in science education and Kara King and Kelsi Gilmore received Bachelor of Science degrees in nursing, all from Western Governors University.

The following students graduated with degrees from Missouri Western State University: Amber Davis, Bachelor of Science in chemistry; Tyler Funk, Bachelor of Science in engineering technology; Mackenzie Herrman, Bachelor of Arts in psychology; Matthew Killen, Bachelor of Arts in theater and cinema; and Stephanie Thompson, Master of Applied Science in assessment.

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