Hannah Hoskins of Elkhart received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Mount Mercy University this May.
The following area students graduated from Iowa State University at spring commencement ceremonies:
Alleman - Joseph Flynn, B.S., supply chain management, marketing, summa cum laude; Jacob Wagoner, B.S., management information systems, magna cum laude
Cambridge - Andrew Smith, B.S., finance; Nicholas Swanson, B.A., sociology, interdisciplinary studies; Hunter Weatherman, B.S., accounting, cum laude
Elkhart - Casey Meeker, B.S., industrial technology, agricultural systems technology
Huxley - Amanda Baker, B.S., kinesiology and health; Brandon Carson, B.S., construction engineering; Christian Jones, B.S., civil engineering; Garrett Peterson, B.S., anthropology and business economics; Rachel Pietsch, B.A., communication studies; Derek Schafbuch, B.S., finance, cum laude; Beatrice Upah, B.S., elementary education, magna cum laude
Kelley - Morgan Brown, B.S., child, adult and family services , magna cum laude
Madrid - Samuel Lee, B.S., animal science
Maxwell - Kelsie Coughenour, B.S., child, adult and family services
Polk City - Melyssa Dark, B.S., elementary education, magna cum laude; Tory Pfannkuch, B.S., event management, cum laude; Alexandria Quick, B.S., apparel, merchandising, and design, cum laude; Thaddeus Subra, Bachelor of Industrial Design, industrial design, cum laude; Ashley Woodworth, BFA, interior design
Slater - Michael Knight, B.S., agricultural and life sciences education; Sydney Moore, B.S., kinesiology and health
Sport and recreation management student Mikayla Jones of Huxley was named to the chancellors 4.0 list at the University of Minnesota Crookston.
Austin Allaire of Huxley, a student at Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business, was named to the dean’s academic honor roll for the 2016 spring semester. To be so named, a student must be an undergraduate with a minimum GPA of 3.7, while enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester hours.
Bryan Toney of Collins received his Asociate of Arts degree from Marshalltown Community College on May 6.