KU graduation set
More than 4,280 students are candidates for degrees from Kansas University after the 2007 spring session. KU's Class of 2007 numbers more than 6,400, including 2,125 who completed degree work in summer and fall 2006. Because KU conducts only one formal commencement ceremony each year, many of the candidates for degrees will return Sunday for the university's 135th commencement procession into Memorial Stadium.
Faculty and candidates for degrees will assemble about 2 p.m. Sunday along Memorial Drive for the procession, which begins at 2:30 p.m. The program begins about 3:30 p.m.
Eudora students who earned degrees were Ethan Schmidt, doctor of philosophy in philosophy/history; John Smolen, juris doctor; Tammi Soileau, bachelor of arts in speech-language-hearing; Abbey Vieux-Revell, master of science in education; Nina Zuna, doctor of philosophy in education/special education; William Wilson, bachelor of general studies/economics; Brenda Brandon, master of arts/indigenous nations studies; Ramsey Hagan, bachelor of science in civil engineering;
Sarah Abel, bachelor of science in business/accounting and bachelor of science in business/finance; Kelly Campbell, bachelor of general studies; Amanda Grosdidier, bachelor of science in biology; Peter Hickman, bachelor of arts/political science; Kendall Hudson, bachelor of science in business/marketing; Mary Johnson, bachelor of science in journalism; Matthew Linzer, bachelor of science in business/information systems; Kevin McCormick, bachelor of arts/human biology; and Jill Woodward, bachelor of arts/psychology.
Linwood students who earned degrees were Roger Hanzlik, master of public administration; Carrie Park, doctor of physical therapy; John Nelson, bachelor or arts/psychology; Lindsay Kass, bachelor of science in education; Cailinn Drouin, bachelor of arts/French; and Nathan Howard, bachelor of general studies/applied behavioral science and sociology.