Midland University names Who’s Who honorees
Midland University names Who’s Who honorees
Dec 12th , 2016
Twenty Midland University students have been named to the 2017 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. The annual listing recognizes outstanding campus leaders nationwide.
The students were honored Monday, Dec. 12, in a special reception in the Olson Student Center.
“The outstanding students who make the Who's Who list are proven leaders with tremendous potential,” said Midland University President Jody Horner. “We are extremely proud of each Midland University student who was nominated. This is an honor reserved for those whose commitment to excellence is evident in the classroom and throughout the community."
Midland University students who were honored included:
• Wendy Archer, the daughter of Dennie and Debbie Archer of Castana, Iowa, who is an Arts Management major.
• Darcy Barry, the daughter of Michael and Debbie Barry of Weston, Nebraska, who is a Biology major with a Pre-Pharmacy concentration and a minor in Psychology.
• Maddison Bittner, the daughter of Michael and Susan Bittner of Fremont, who is a Nursing major.
• Pat Cleary, the son of Bob and Susan Cleary of Louisville, Nebraska, who is a seeking a Business Administration in Management with a compressed Marketing degree and a minor in Sociology.
• Emily Dickinson, the daughter of Dave and Mary Dickinson of Logan, Iowa, who is a Biology major with a Pre-Physicians Assistant concentration.
• Keaton Eisenmenger, the son of Jeff and Deb Eisenmenger of Norfolk, Nebraska, who is an Arts Management major.
• MeKota Fogg, the son of Wayne and Vivian Fogg of North Bend, Nebraska, who is seeking a degree in Marketing and History with a minor in Youth and Family Ministry and Political Science.
• Claire Fuchser, the daughter of Dean and Kathy Fuchser of Columbus, Nebraska, who is seeking an Elementary Education K-8 major with a Special Education K-6 endorsement.
• Anna Grovijohn, the daughter of Tom and Cherrie Grovijohn of Dodge, Nebraska, who is seeking a K-12 Art Education degree with a coaching endorsement.
• Patrick Hays, the son of Dan and Kathy Hays of Elkhorn, Nebraska, who is a K-12 Vocal Music Education major.
• Melissa Hirschman, the daughter of Dale and Judy Hirschman of Omaha, who is seeking a Biology/Psychology degree with a minor in Chemistry.
• Maelyn Huebert, the daughter of Phil and Melissa Goertzen of Bradshaw, Nebraska, who is a Nursing major.
• Haelee Kowalski, the daughter of Rick and Lynelle Kowalski of Bellevue, Nebraska, who is seeking a Biology/Psychology degree with a minor in Coaching.
• Joseph Lopez, the son of Gustavo and Rosa Lopez of Norfolk, Nebraska, who is seeking compressed majors in Psychology and Criminal Justice.
• Morgan McNally, the daughter of Jim and Wanda McNally of Pleasant Dale, Nebraska, who is a Nursing major.
• Mallory Nichelson, the daughter of Jason and Trisha Nichelson of Ashland, Nebraska, who is seeking a Psychology degree with minors in Sociology and Applied Behavior Analysis.
• Brooke Reeson, the daughter of Tim and Tracie Reeson of West Point, Nebraska, who is a K-12 Special Education major.
• Tyler Ripperger, the son of Rick and Pam Ripperger of Hastings, Nebraska, who is seeking a major in Biology with a minor in Chemistry and History.
• Sarah Rowe, the daughter of Steve and Sarah Rowe of Columbus, Wisconsin, who is seeking a Psychology major with minors in Applied Behavior Analysis, Art and Coaching.
• Alex Way, the son of Ron and Julie Way of Fremont, who is seeking a major in Math and Secondary Education with ELL and Coaching endorsements and a minor in Psychology.
Campus nominating committees and editors of the annual directory selected students based on their academic achievement, and exclusively those who have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.85, in addition to service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities, and potential for continued success.
The Midland University undergraduates join an elite group of students selected from more than 2,500 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and several foreign nations. Outstanding students have been honored in the annual directory since it was first published in 1934.
Midland University, located just minutes from Omaha, offers more than 30 majors and academic programs, and two graduate programs. A small, private liberal arts college, Midland University has become one of the region’s fastest growing colleges with enrollment more than doubling since 2009. Home to a unique 4-Year Graduation Guarantee and nearly 1,400 students, Midland offers 31 varsity sports, more than 40 clubs and student organizations, and 250 scholarship opportunities in the performing arts.