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College News - Local students among MSU spring graduates


BOZEMAN — The local students listed below were among the 1,561 Montana State University undergraduates who received diplomas during MSU’s 2018 spring commencement ceremony held May 5 in Brick Breeden Fieldhouse.

Bill Pullman, a renowned Hollywood actor who started his career at MSU, received an honorary doctorate in arts and delivered the charge to the graduates at the morning ceremony. And Martin Goldsmith, a classical music radio announcer whose voice has graced Montana’s and the nation’s airwaves for decades, received an honorary doctorate in arts and delivered the charge to the graduates at the afternoon ceremony.

  Students with two asterisks after their name (**) graduated with highest honors. To graduate with highest honors, undergraduate students must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.70. Undergraduate students graduating with honors have a single asterisk (*) after their name. To qualify for graduation with honors, students must possess a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 to 3.69.

  For the complete list of graduates, see http://www.montana.edu/news/17850.

Graduates are listed alphabetically by their hometown.

Big Sandy: Michelle Maxwell, Heather Wolery

Box Elder: Clintanna Colliflower

Chester: Dell Harmon*, Haley Harmon**, Ryan Tempel*

Chinook: Promise Sharples*, Julie Terry

Harlem: Robert Klingaman

Havre: Lynnea Bosch*, Shannon Herring*, Morgan Jappe*, Aitana Moore**, Andrea Nault**, Bryant O’Leary*, Rydell Ruff

Hingham: Kristyn Lavery**

Hogeland: Lacie Snider*

Joplin: Steven May

Rudyard: Whitney Wendland**


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