More than 1,300 students were candidates for degrees from Kansas State University this fall.
Commencement ceremonies were Dec. 12 and 13 on the K-State campuses in Manhattan and Salina.
K-State awarded more than 1,100 bachelor's degrees, nearly 200 master's degrees, about 35 doctoral degrees and about 15 associate degrees.
Approximately 25 students received multiple degrees. More than 120 students earned their degrees through K-State distance education programs.
McPherson County candidates for degrees from K-State include:
•Bret Adam Rohr, B.S. in construction science and management, Canton
•Jessica Lorraine Smith, B.S. in agriculture, Conway
•Brandon W Fuqua, B.S. in architectural engineering, Inman
•Benjamin Harper, B.S. in athletic training, Inman
•Gregory Dean Postier, bachelor of science, Inman
•Bernard D. Schierling, master of music, Inman
•Daniel Brent Wiens, B.S. in agriculture, Inman
•Jonathan Garten, bachelor of arts, Lindsborg
•Christopher Scott Johnson, bachelor of music education, Marquette
•Chelsie M. Bammer, bachelor of fine arts, McPherson
•Lauren Nicole Galle, bachelor of science, McPherson
•Emily Suzanne Kliewer, B.S. in elementary education, McPherson
•Jordan Todd Martens, bachelor of science, McPherson
•Bart Anthony Sommers, B.S. in mechanical engineering, McPherson
•Matthew Dean Sorenson, B.S. in agriculture, Inman High School
•Zachary Lee Batson, B.S. in construction science and management, McPherson High School
•Quentin Gamble, bachelor of arts, Moundridge High School
•Tammy Mae Gamino, bachelor of science, Moundridge High School
•Sara Elaine Carlson, B.S. in elementary education,
•Sherri Rae Johnson, bachelor of science, Smoky Valley High School
•Robert Joseph Smith, doctor of philosophy in history, Smoky Valley High School
•John Paul Steele, doctor of philosophy in psychology, Smoky Valley High School
•Cris Ugolini, doctor of philosophy in physics, Smoky Valley High School
•Anna Miriah Van, master of arts in English, Smoky Valley High School
•Andrew J. Wefald, doctor of philosophy in psychology, Smoky Valley High School