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MacMurray announces Class of 2011

May 9, 2011

MacMurray College recognized the graduating class of 2011 at a commencement ceremony on May 7. The College granted degrees to 99 students. Audra Glenn and Michael Viles were chosen by their class to deliver student speeches. Chris Lu, assistant to President Barack Obama and Cabinet Secretary, delivered the commencement address. He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Public Service.

A list of the Class of 2011 follows. Graduates who completed requirements in December 2010 are included as well as graduates who are expected to complete requirements in summer 2011.


Jennifer Adams, bachelor’s in special education. Henry Alexander, bachelor’s in business administration with minors in marketing and management. Joseph Andruch bachelor’s in English with a minor in history. Tina Arnold bachelor’s in interpreting and business administration with a minor in marketing. Toni Atteberry, bachelor’s in biology with a minor in chemistry. Katelyn Bair, bachelor’s in biology. Kelsey Barton, bachelor’s in business administration with a minor in accounting. Mary Rose “Lu” Bauman, bachelor’s in special education. Brittany Bettis, bachelor’s in business administration with minors in marketing and management. Ryan Binkley, bachelor’s in physical education. Webster Boose, bachelor’s in history. Brittany Bradshaw, bachelor’s in criminal justice and psychology. Sabrina Brullo, bachelor’s in interpreting. Patricia Burns, bachelor’s in psychology. Lauren Burton, bachelor’s in elementary education. Joseph Butler, bachelor’s in physical education with minors in coaching and sport management. Lauren Carlock, bachelor’s in nursing. Lee Chiles, bachelor’s in nursing with a minor in psychology. Farrid Coleman, bachelor’s in physical education. Joshua Collins, bachelor’s in deaf and hard of hearing education. Jordan Davis, bachelor’s in social work with a minor in psychology. Kayla Deany, bachelor’s in physical education with a minor in sport management. Julia DeGroot bachelor’s in social work and criminal justice. Lindsey DeLoof, bachelor’s in interpreting with a minor in Spanish. Anna Dickhut, bachelor’s in elementary education with minors in history and Spanish. Nathan Doyle, bachelor’s in history with a minor in political studies. Melissa Drake, bachelor’s in special education. Matthew Duncan, bachelor’s in art. Alaina Elliott bachelor’s in deaf and hard of hearing education with a minor in psychology. Shane Elliott, bachelor’s in nursing. Steven Etheridge bachelor’s in physical education with a minor in coaching. Avion Forthenberry, bachelor’s in psychology. Aimee Galagan bachelor’s in interpreting. Joye George bachelor’s in biology. Audra Glenn, bachelor’s in social work with a minor in psychology. Krystal Gundy, bachelor’s in physical education with a minor in coaching. Lyndsey Haas, bachelor’s in deaf and hard of hearing education and a bachelor’s in interpreting. Sarah Hall, bachelor’s in elementary education and an associate’s in interpreting. Rachel Hancock, bachelor’s in criminal justice with a minor in American Sign Language. Danielle Harn, bachelor’s in elementary education. Allie Harrison, bachelor’s in nursing. Nancy Having, bachelor’s in psychology. Jodi Heitbrink, bachelor’s in elementary education. Brittni Hickox, bachelor’s in nursing with a minor in psychology. Kimberly Hoffman, bachelor’s in psychology. Casie Howard, bachelor’s in nursing. Nichole Howard, bachelor’s in nursing. Leia Huff, bachelor’s in elementary education and interpreting. Rebecca Huff, bachelor’s in social work. Lindsey Hughes, bachelor’s in special education. Rachel Jackson, bachelor’s in social work with a minor in psychology. Katie Kaschak, bachelor’s in nursing. Allison Kingery, bachelor’s in special education. Sean Knox, bachelor’s in physical education with a minor in coaching. Anissa Lane, bachelor’s in social work with a minor in psychology. Jamie Lewis, bachelor’s in nursing. Ashley Littig, bachelor’s in social work with a minor in psychology. Stephanie Long, bachelor’s in biology with a minor in psychology. Anne Lunt, bachelor’s in nursing with a minor in psychology. Meggan Martinez, bachelor’s in nursing with a minor in psychology. Leah Marvin, bachelor’s in elementary education with a minor in psychology. C.J. McClellan, bachelor’s in business administration. Kayla McClusky, bachelor’s in deaf and hard of hearing education. Amanda Morris, bachelor’s in nursing. Megan Nutter, bachelor’s in sport management. Beth Oberg, bachelor’s in accounting.Jacob Pahde, bachelor’s in history with a minor in political studies. Cori Pate, bachelor’s in interpreting and a bachelor’s in deaf and hard of hearing education. Kati Peterson, bachelor’s in nursing. Kristina Poore, bachelor’s in nursing. Amy Pressey, bachelor’s in elementary education. Marc Randle, bachelor’s in sport management, Kimberly Rhodes, bachelor’s in psychology with a minor in student and personnel services. Dustin Rieken, bachelor’s in business administration with minors in sport management and accounting. Jerel Robertson, bachelor’s in business administration. Laura Rosenkrantz, bachelor’s in elementary education. Kathleen Roundcount, bachelor’s in business administration. Kelli Ruppel, bachelor’s in biology with a minor in chemistry. Kayla Sharr

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