The following students received degrees from Ottawa University: Stacey Ruth Linder, Quincy, master of business administration; Shanti Lynn Bowen, Quincy, history; and Shannon L. Otto, Shelbyville, Mo., master of business administration.
Peru State University
The following student received a degree from Peru State University: Megan Virginia Hooper, Hannibal, Mo., bachelor of science, business administration - marketing.
Illinois Wesleyan University
The following students received degrees from Illinois Wesleyan University: Gates Ehrhart, Quincy, business administration; Jordan Eldridge, biology; James Kase, psychology.
Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
The following students received degrees from SIU-Edwardsville: Ricki Bell, Quincy, nursing; Alex Blickhan, Quincy, nutrition; Austin DeJaynes, Quincy, psychology; Allison Keck, Quincy, nutrition; Scott Lentz, Quincy, civil engineering; Kelli Meyer, Quincy, biological sciences; Jared Reichert, Quincy, business economics and finance; Kelsey Reichert, Quincy, speech language path and audiology; Payton Reichert, Quincy, psychology; Braden Rolsing, Quincy, applied communication studies; Emilee Leffers, Quincy, accountancy; Kaylee Stearns, Barry, elementary education; Tyler Marquess, Fowler, industrial engineering' Delaney Miller, Fowler, pharmacy; Austin Mast, Liberty, civil engineering; Evan Schreacke, Liberty, mechanical engineering; Connor Wolf, Liberty, nursing; Sara Frese, Paloma, speech language pathology.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
University of Central Oklahoma
The following student received a degree from the University of Central Oklahoma: Katie Angelle Richard, Quincy, forensic science and information and operations management – management information systems.
Fort Hays State University
The following student received a degree from the Fort Hays State University: Eric Earon Hoke, a master of Science in health and human performance.
John Wood Community College
Fifty-two students were inducted into John Wood Community College's Alpha Tau Gamma chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society during a formal ceremony. Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) recognizes and encourages scholarship among students at two-year colleges. Inductees must have completed 12 semester hours of associate degree work, have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale and be currently enrolled at JWCC. Students inducted include:
Augusta: Alyssa Kerker
Barry: Diana Harris, Shelbie Hubbard
Camp Point: Madeline Davis, Brianna Hildebrand, Lynnea Janssen
Coatsburg: Logan Keppner
Fowler: Alyson Genenbacher, Madelyn Heinecke
Hull: Lauren Smith
Liberty: Autumn Buckley, Katlyn Roberts, Reed Tate, Dylan Mast
Mendon: Adam Donley, Haley Miller
Mt. Sterling: Riley Smith
New Salem: Breanna Kelley
Paloma: Matthew Winkeljohn
Perry: Melissa Treadway
Pittsfield: Charlenia Bay, Jason Bryant
Pleasant Hill: Delaynie Robinson
Quincy: Austin Bargen, Ashley Cadwell, Taylor Clark-Stotts, Emily Dreier, Kalah Elliott, Emily Hoebing, Nicholas Hun, Shelby Lacroix, Karen McIntosh, Kelly Obert, Madison Orr, Kyra Percy, Mackenzie Patrick, Sarah Peters, Sabryn Sandstrom, Taylor Scarbrough, Emma Taylor, Nicholas Veile, Hannah Ward, Rachel Wolter
Ursa: McKenna East
West Point: Heaven Rice
Augusta, Mo.: Emily Brinkmann
Hannibal, Mo.: Hieu Hoang
Kahoka, Mo.: Tressa Campbell
Monroe City, Mo.: Lindsy Deming, Sheila Thomas
Palmyra, Mo.: Carley Lovelace
Saverton, Mo.: Kelly Maisel
Western Illinois University
Anna Fee, a senior from Quincy, was recently awarded the Gordon A. Taylor Student Leadership Award, Ralph H. Wagoner Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service on Behalf of WIU and the Outstanding Executive Board Member in an Organization honors.
Quincy Service League
The Quincy Service League has awarded three $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors. The Service League supports the scholarships awarded through funds raised at the Holiday Gift Show.
The recipients include:
Kayla Mast, a senior at Quincy High School. She plans to attend Elmhurst College, majoring in Psychology.
Sarah McIntyre, a senior at Quincy High School. She plans to attend the University of Illinois, majoring in Interdisciplinary health sciences.
Shane Ormond, a senior at Liberty High School. He plans to attend Quincy University, majoring in finance.
Springfield Diocesan Council of Catholic Women
Jenna Zanger of Quincy was one of five recipients of a $500 scholarship from the Springfield Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. The award is based on the applicants who best exemplify the SDCCW's mission values of leadership, faith and service. Zanger is a student at Quincy Notre Dame High School, and plans to attend Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, and major in nursing. She will be honored at the Woman of Distinction Mass and banquet June 16 in Springfield.