Carmen Brewer
student records, 308.865.8527

Summer graduates have been announced by the University of Nebraska at Kearney.

Nearly 170 UNK students completed the necessary requirements to graduate at the end of the summer session.

Nebraska graduates are listed alphabetically by hometown, followed by out-of-state graduates, who are listed alphabetically by state. International students are then listed alphabetically by country.

NOTE: Abbreviations that appear in the listings, and what they represent, are as follows

BT – College of Business & Technology
ED – College of Education
FA – College of Fine Arts & Humanities
GR – Graduate College
NS – College of Natural & Social Sciences

Undergraduate Degrees:
BA – Bachelor of Arts
BAE – Bachelor of Arts in Education
BS – Bachelor of Science
BSE – Bachelor of Science in Education
BFA – Bachelor of Fine Arts
BGS – Bachelor of General Studies
Graduate Degrees:
EDS – Education Specialist
MA – Master of Arts
MAE – Master of Arts in Education
MS – Master of Science
MSE – Master of Science in Education
MBA – Master of Business Administration

NOTE: Subject abbreviations in listings include:

ADMIN, Administration; BIOL, Biology; BUS, Business; CHEM, Chemistry; COMM, Communication; COMP, Comprehensive; CONST, Construction; DEVEL, Development; DIST, Distribution; ECON, Economics; EDU, Education; ELEM, Elementary; EMPH, Emphasis; END, Endorsement; ENVIR, Environmental; GEO, Geography; INDUS, Industrial; INFO, Information; INTERP, Interpretation; MARK, Marketing; MATH, Mathematics; MGMT, Management; MOD, Moderate; PHYS, Physical; PROD, Production; SCI, Science; SECOND, Secondary; SCHL, School; SOC, Social; STU, Students; SP ED, Special Education; SYS, Systems; TECH, Technology; THEA, Theatre; TRANS, Translation; VOC, Vocational.

NOTE: Honors earned include:
The (H) behind students’ information indicates that they are members of the Honors Program. Summa Cum Laude (3.90-4.00 grade point average), Magna Cum Laude (3.80-3.89 grade point average), Cum Laude (3.70-3.79 grade point average) and Honorable Mention (3.50-3.69).