Student news5-22-13

Posted May 21, 2013 at 5:36 pm

Candidates for graduation after the spring 2013 session at South Dakota State University include, Sarah Jean Knippling, Gann Valley, doctor of pharmacy in graduate school; Kasey Lynn Kaltenbach, Miller, bachelor of science, agriculture & biological sciences; Kayla Marie Aalbers, Miller, bachelor of science, arts & sciences; Grant Gregory Rediger, Miller, bachelor of science, arts & sciences; Chelsey Rae Schlechter, Miller, bachelor of science, education & human sciences; Tyson R. Martinmaas, Orient, bachelor of science, agriculture & biological sciences; Jake Irving Waring, Ree Heights, bachelor of science, agriculture & biological sciences; Lana Marie Werdel, Ree Heights, bachelor of science in nursing; Aubrey Diane Baxter, Rockham, master of science in graduate school; McKinsie Jean Simons, St. Lawrence, bachelor of science in arts & sciences; Amber Renee Clement, St. Lawrence, bachelor of science in nursing; Jase Donald Clarke, Wessington, master of science in graduate school; Andrew Jeffrey Lakner, Wessington, bachelor of science in agriculture & biological sciences; and Myrna M. Lakner, master of science in graduate school.

Maggie Fremark of St. Lawrence was awarded the William and Jean Macksam Endowed Scholarship in Early Childhood Education for the 2013-2014 academic year at South Dakota State University. Fremark is a junior majoring in early childhood education at SDSU, the daughter of David and Lori Fremark, and is a 2011 graduate of the Miller High School.

Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell, held commencement exercises May 4. Mikayla Davis, Miller, criminal justice, was an area graduate, who received her degree in December 2012.

Jamestown (N.D.) College head women’s basketball coach Greg Ulland announces Alexis Watts of Miller has signed a Letter of Intent to enroll at Jamestown College and play for the Jimmies beginning in the fall of 2013. Watts is transferring from the University of South Dakota. Watts, a six-foot post player, recorded more than 1,000 points for Miller High School (355 points during her senior season) and was an All-Tournament and All-State selection. She plans to major in biology/pre-optometry at Jamestown College. She is the daughter of Kevin and Lynn Watts.

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