UF announces fall, spring graduates


Staff report



FINDLAY — More than 1100 graduates were recognized for earning degrees from the University of Findlay for the academic year 2016-17.

Students earning doctoral, master’s, bachelor’s or associate degrees were invited to walk in the University’s commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 6.

Local students include:

Katie Ahrns, of Fort Loramie, received a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science. Ahrns graduated from the University with the academic designation of magna cum laude.

Mallory Alden, of Sidney, received a Doctor of Pharmacy.

Mitchell Campbell, of Versailles, received a Master of Business Administration.

Grant Covault, of Sidney, 45365, received a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. Covault graduated from the University with the academic designation of magna cum laude.

Jessica Dietz, of Botkins, received a Bachelor of Science in Health Science. Dietz graduated from the University with the academic designation of magna cum laude.

Trey Everett, of Sidney, received a Bachelor of Science in Strength and Conditioning and an Associate of Arts in Personal Training. Everett graduated from the University with the academic designation of cum laude.

Ann Frieders, of Quincy, received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. Frieders graduated from the University with the academic designation of magna cum laude.

Daniel Gusching, of Minster, received a Master of Business Administration.

Lauren Jenkins, of Sidney, received a Master of Occupational Therapy.

Nicole Luthman, of Sidney, received a Master of Occupational Therapy.

Sarah Osterloh, of Versailles, received a Doctor of Physical Therapy.

Dillon Webster, of New Bremen, received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health Management.

Staff report