Albion: Kyle Edward Liss, College of Engineering, B. S. in construction management



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Omaha (N-R): Alex Justin Nelson, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in food science and technology; Kyle Douglas Nodgaard, College of Engineering, B.S. in civil engineering; Thelma Soeto Nomenyo, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Kyle Christopher Orians, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in mechanized systems management; Nancy Elizabeth Parsons, Graduate Studies, master of science; James Thomas Pauley, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Adam C. Peterson, College of Engineering, B.S. in construction management; Matthew Wayne Peterson, Graduate Studies, master of science; Stephanie Marie Poltack, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Scott Christopher Pulverenti, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Colin Peter Punt, Graduate Studies, master of community and regional planning; Cody Dan Quine, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in turfgrass and landscape management; Ashley Marie Redinbaugh, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Erin Melisande Reilly, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Michelle Kristine Ribar, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Katharine Theresa Rice, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Aaron Matthew Riede, Graduate Studies, master of business administration; Eric Anthony Ritter, College of Engineering, B.S. in mechanical engineering; Masey Denae Rost, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts, and College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Patrick Steven Roy, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Brittney N. Ruffin, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences.

Omaha (S-Z): Jodi Lynn Sangster, Graduate Studies, master of science; Chris Jay Schaben, Graduate Studies, doctor of philosophy; David James Schneider, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Pamela Giardina Schwalb, Graduate Studies, doctor of philosophy; Mary Kathleen Scott, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Aaron T. Sharp, Graduate Studies, master of science; Paul William Scott Shay, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Christopher William Sinos, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Niccole Stephanie Skomal, Graduate Studies, master of science; Michael Chase Solon, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Benjamin James Spirk, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Julie Larissa Sukup, Graduate Studies, master of science; Brandi Lynn Susnjar, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Lindsay Anne Swanson, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Franque Monique Thompson, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Bethany Elise Trueblood, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Adam J. Tunning, College of Law, juris doctor; Scott Douglas Van Winkle, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Kelsey F. Vaughan, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Laura Katherine Vinopal, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in veterinary science; Taylor Michael Vollmer, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Brian Michael Vranicar, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Riley James Wasserburger, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Caitlin Burnett Weaver, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of science; Megan Lee Weis, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Matthew Logan Gerard Wells, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Elizabeth Leigh Westering, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Michael Leo Wieczorek, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of science; Teonne Antoinette Wright, Graduate Studies, master of arts; Michelle Lynn Yeaman, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Matthew John Young, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Wanqing Zhang, Graduate Studies, doctor of philosophy; Xinzhi Zhao, Graduate Studies, doctor of philosophy.

O'Neill: Katelyn Ann Dennis, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Jay Daniel Fernau, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Jason Michael Mann, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agribusiness.

Ord: Brandon Michael Kusek, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism.

Orleans: Matthew Benjamin Hoxmeier, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration with distinction.

Osceola: Landon Robert Peterson, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in animal science with distinction.

Osmond: Benjamin James Stech, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism.

Palmer: Adam John Pelican, College of Engineering, B.S. in civil engineering.

Palmyra: Sarah Elizabeth Knutson, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agricultural education.

Papillion: Ryan Michael Bramhall, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Tyler Kane Buglewicz, College of Fine and Performing Arts, bachelor of music in education; Jason Anthony Cantone, Graduate Studies, doctor of philosophy; Aaron A. Deming, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of science; Dana Alexander Engel, College of Engineering, B.S. in electrical engineering; Andrew Allan Erickson, College of Engineering, B.S. in chemical engineering; Daniel James Feldhacker, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Brian David Fricke, Graduate Studies, master of business administration; Amanda Emily Harriman, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Charissa Rae Hauge, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in hospitality, restaurant and tourism management; Michael Nicholas Hays, College of Public Affairs and Community Service (UNO), B.S. in criminology and criminal justice; Sean Thomas Hoesing, Graduate Studies, master of professional accountancy; Autumn Sky Howard Burns, Graduate Studies, master of science; Jennifer Lynn Kane, Graduate Studies, doctor of philosophy; Aaron Christopher Mackel, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Heather Lynn Manko, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Christopher M. Masek, Graduate Studies, master of science; Dustin Joseph McKenna, College of Public Affairs and Community Service (UNO), B.S. in criminology and criminal justice; Tyler Joseph Muench, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in PGA golf management; Kristen Elizabeth Rodgers, Graduate Studies, master of arts; Alex Emmanuel Wachholtz, Graduate Studies, master of professional accountancy; Emily Allison Wallinger, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Franklin Greg Wandersee, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Broderick Daniel Zach, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

Pawnee City: Alyssa Lynne Mach, Graduate Studies, master of professional accountancy.

Pender: Jill Marie Lander, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agricultural education.

Phillips: Tara Lea McDonald, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts.

Plainview: Luke Raymond Lingenfelter, College of Engineering, B.S. in biological systems engineering; Lacy Ann Stelling, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences.

Plattsmouth: Aaron J. Becker, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Aaron Preston Evans, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Joan Colette Halouska, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration, and College of Fine and Performing Arts, bachelor of arts.

Pleasant Dale: Christopher John Lohmeier, Graduate Studies, master of science.

Pleasanton: Elijah Samuel Zwiener, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agribusiness.

Plymouth: Jason Matthew Epp, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agronomy; Melissa Irene Weyer, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts.

Potter: Alexis Ann Thomas, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences with distinction.

Ralston: Elizabeth Rhiannon Smith, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in environmental studies.

Republican City: Chance Bennett Waggoner, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences.

Rockville: Jamie Lee Stevenson, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agricultural economics.

Saint Edward: Caleb Clarence Choat, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agricultural economics.

Saint Libory: Charles Arthur Rice, College of Engineering, B.S. in electrical engineering.

Saint Paul: Kayla Marie Hansen, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Samuel Romaine Nelson, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agricultural economics; Jacquelynn Rose Thiele, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences.

Scotia: Kurt Stanley Hansen, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agricultural economics.

Scottsbluff: Katherine Angelica Briggs, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Alicia Dominguez, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Roxanne Elizabeth Haslam, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of science with high distinction; Benjamin Levi Price, College of Engineering, B.S. in chemical engineering; Grant Ross Sitzman, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Carlos Alberto Urrea-Calambas, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism.

Scribner: Laura Beth Hasemann, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Ethan Scott Muller, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in diversified agriculture; Sidney Vaughn Ready, Graduate Studies, master of applied science.

Seward: Chelsey Marie Criner, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Kaitlyn Diane DeLashmutt, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in environmental studies; Jonathan Bernard Fischer, College of Engineering, B.S. in civil engineering; Jake Ross Fisher, Graduate Studies, master of science; Dustin Reid Herrold, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in applied sciences; Katie Christine Hofer, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Devon Kaye Johnson, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Travis Joseph Prochaska, Graduate Studies, master of science; Elizabeth Ann Thrailkill, College of Engineering, B.S. in biological systems engineering with distinction.

Shelton: Jamie Kyle Pesek, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in environmental studies.

Sidney: Megan Leigh Adams, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts, and College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Mitchell D. Barent, Graduate Studies, master of business administration; Paul Allen Hamilton, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Alexander Ray McAreavey, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Erika Ashley Mohs, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Cassandra Viola Person, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration with highest distinction.

South Sioux City: Melanie Lee Allen, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Kong Hoong Chan, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in food science and technology; David Arlen Leinart, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in mechanized systems management.

Spencer: Rolland Joseph Kersch, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

Springfield: Jennifer Lynn Jaros, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences with high distinction.

Stanton: William Reed Schellen, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in PGA golf management.

Sterling: Kandace Don Tallant, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Evi Jane Wusk, Graduate Studies, doctor of education.

Stromsburg: Haley Ann Stromberg, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agronomy.

Sumner: Geoffrey Robert Pierce, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in animal science; Abby Veronica Schipporeit, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agricultural journalism.

Superior: Natalia Camille Freeman, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism.

Sutherland: Dwight Lynn Thompson, Graduate Studies, master of engineering.

Sutton: Bailey Jayne Nuss, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Brooke Marie Steinhauer, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Cornelio Jesus Trejo, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agricultural education.

Tecumseh: Benjamin R. Lester, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences.

Thedford: Jacob Alan Lewis, College of Engineering, B.S. in mechanical engineering.

Tilden: Colby Keith Eymann, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agricultural education.

Ulysses: Ashley L. Krska, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of science.

Unadilla: Kirk William Liesemeyer, College of Public Affairs and Community Service (UNO), B.S. in criminology and criminal justice.

Utica: Caroline Lois Brauer, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agricultural journalism with distinction; Samantha Jo Stark, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences with distinction.

Valentine: Tayler Michael Schubauer, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of science; Jade Michelle Swihart, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences.

Verdigre: Kevin Lee Rohrer, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agronomy.

Wahoo: Joseph E. Dobesh, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Olivia Whitney Hull, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of science; Laramie Austin Lindgren, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Joseph William Proskovec, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of science; Jennifer Ann Roberts, College of Fine and Performing Arts, bachelor of arts.

Waterloo: Kiley Nicole Jagels, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Daniel Paul Knowlton, Graduate Studies, master of science.

Waverly: Seth Austin Davison, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration; Casey James Fankhauser, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in biochemistry; Ryan John Hruska, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Zachary Ryan Malone, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Anthony Jon Wiese, College of Public Affairs and Community Service (UNO), B.S. in criminology and criminal justice.

Weston: Mindy Renee Chadwell, Graduate Studies, master of arts; Wendy Marie Mach, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Danielle Renee Miller, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

Wilber: Barry Scott Albert, Graduate Studies, master of architectural engineering; Nicole Rae Krivohlavek Zurcher, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts.

Wisner: Scott Michael Mendlik, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in environmental studies.

Wood River: Sean Walker Smith, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Shane Michael Smith, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences.

York: Jordan Lee Hansen, College of Engineering, B.S. in industrial engineering.

ALABAMA
Enterprise: Karen Marie Bonheim, Graduate Studies, master of science.

Prattville: Phillip Bernard Camire, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences.

Robertsdale: Chad Daniel Morehead, Graduate Studies, master of arts.

ARIZONA
Avondale: Marcel Lavawn Jones, College of Engineering, B.S. in construction management.

Chandler: Stephanie Julia Fanger, Graduate Studies, master of science; Donald Joseph Satiroff, Graduate Studies, master of business administration.

Queen Creek: Christine Costello, Graduate Studies, master of arts.

ARMY POST OFFICE


Dominique Antonio Griffin, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Shing X. Long, Graduate Studies, master of science; Shoaib Yosoufzai, Graduate Studies, master of science; Miriam Elizabeth Zambrano, Graduate Studies, master of science.

CALIFORNIA


Folsom: Christopher Lawrence Schrage, Graduate Studies, master of science.

Long Beach: Libier Isas, Graduate Studies, master of arts.

Los Alamitos: Juliana Nadine Stern, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in hospitality, restaurant and tourism management.

Modesto: Blaine Richard Cox, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

Placerville: Meryl MacKay Bonge, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts with distinction, and College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration with high distinction.

San Francisco: Joshua Adam Lange, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

San Ramon: Joseph Frederick DeHope, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences.

Santa Maria: Eric John Hoelmer, Graduate Studies, master of business administration.

Vista: Tammy Renee Ferreira, Graduate Studies, master of business administration.

Walnut Creek: Andrea Lorraine Vasquez, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism.

West Hills: Taylor James Toomey, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

Westminster: Michael Joseph Koehnlein, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts.

COLORADO
Aurora: Dichele Lynn Jackson, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of science.

Centennial: Austin Codero Jones, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts.

Denver: Cassandra Maria Hurst, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts.

Evergreen: Erik William Fitzstephens, Graduate Studies, master of business administration.

Fort Collins: Jonathan Patrick Tanner, Graduate Studies, master of business administration; Shanea D. Weaver, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences.

Highlands Ranch: Stephanie McClelland, Graduate Studies, master of education; Kelly Lynn Schweitzer, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences.

Longmont: Russell John Harvell-Fruhwirth, Graduate Studies, master of business administration.

Ridgway: James Michael Kavanaugh, Graduate Studies, master of arts.

Thornton: Christopher J. Weiche, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

FLORIDA
Longwood: Cheryl Knodel, Graduate Studies, master of science.

Palm Bay: Chancellor D. Street, Graduate Studies, master of business administration.

GEORGIA
Douglasville: Kevin Davis, Graduate Studies, master of engineering.

Gainsville: Dax Jaxon Danns, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts.

IDAHO
Meridian: Ryan Kirk Hammons, Graduate Studies, master of business administration.

ILLINOIS
La Grange: Kyle Patrick Niehus, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts.

Lake Forest: Andrew Paul Wyatt, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

Macomb: Blake Evan Severs, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts.

Naperville: Megan Ann Bus, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Courtney Candace Craig, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

Peru: Kimberly Rae Eiten, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism.

Saint Charles: Claire Katherine Desormey, College of Fine and Performing Arts, bachelor of fine arts.

Tinley Park: Jamil Hassan Khan, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

INDIANA
Indianapolis: Brian Robert Houchens, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

IOWA
Ames: Benjamin Thomas Cotton, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

Ankeny: Michael Steven Boal, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts.

Anthon: Travis Ryan Hazard, College of Engineering, B.S. in civil engineering; Mary Danet McGhee, College of Engineering, B.S. in mechanical engineering.

Bryant: Amber Rae Matthiesen, Graduate Studies, master of science.

Council Bluffs: Alyssa Mandrelle Chafe, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences.

Des Moines: Carter Jamieson Augustine, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism; Andrew John Karrmann, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts.

Elma: Todd Joseph Buckley, Graduate Studies, master of science.

Glenwood: Callie Lynn Stacy, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

Hinton: Nathan William Tentinger, Graduate Studies, master of business administration.

Lidderdale: Megan Beth Brincks, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism with high distinction.

Sac City: Ryan George Riley, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

Sheldon: Joshua Paul Ihnen, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration with high distinction.

Sioux City: William Austin Deck, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of science; Katherine June Heacock, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Caitlin Nicole Knopik, College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in hospitality, restaurant and tourism management; Lyndsay Christine Lierman, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts, and College of Education and Human Sciences, B.S. in education and human sciences; Kelsey Jean Swaney, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of science.

Spirit Lake: Taylor Raymond Colt, College of Fine and Performing Arts, bachelor of fine arts.

Treynor: Jason Leonard Strohbehn, College of Business Administration, B.S. in business administration.

Villisca: Daniel John Vanderhoof, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in forensic science.

KANSAS
Buffalo: Austin Grant Braman, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, B.S. in agricultural economics.

Cheney: Molly Maeve Zerener, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism.

Fairway: Ruth Breed Stark, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, bachelor of journalism with distinction.

Junction City: Sarah Jo Lieswald, College of Fine and Performing Arts, bachelor of fine arts.

Kinsley: Ashley Nicole Naber, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts.



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