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Area students graduate from NDSU

The following area students were among those who graduated from North Dakota State University in Fargo this spring (listed alphabetically by hometown, with degrees and academic honors in parentheses):

From Callaway: Bonnie Jean Stalberger (B.S., zoology, with honors).

From Detroit Lakes: Brielle Mary Boeckel (BS, journalism, with honors); Juldie Bohmer (BS, psychology, with honors); Marissa Lynn Bridgeman (BS, psychology); Brian Joseph Clark (BS, accounting); Denielle Ashley Danielson (BSME, mechanical engineering); Richard Alan Grossman, Jr. (BS, journalism, with honors); Chandra Diane Tierney Lillis (BS, food science, with honors); Katie Marilyn McCorquodale (BSN, nursing, with honors); Austin Scott McCullough (BS, biological sciences, with honors); Zachary Keith Overvold (BS, management); Jordan Lee Stalberger (BS, human development and family science); Olivia Michel Vogt (BS, strategic communication, with honors); Jennifer Rose Wenner (Ph.D., developmental science); Amanda Kaye Young (BS, marketing, with honors). From Frazee: Samantha LeeAnn Byer (BS, agricultural and biosystems engineering); Taylor Marie Tappe (BS, human development and family science). From Lake Park: Sean James Colbert (master's, architecture); Mason D. Nelson (BS, statistics, with honors).

From Osage: Christopher David Carter (master's, architecture).

From Rochert: Ashley Nicole Anderson (BS, animal science). From Vergas: Lindsey Ann Bjorgan (BS, equine science); Colton Tate Laymon (BS, exercise science); Samuel Christopher Pirrotta (BS, zoology, with honors).

NDSU awarded 1,816 degrees at the end of the spring 2017 semester; students must earn a 3.50 grade point average or higher to graduate with honors.