Senior Honor Society Names New Members
Top University of Wyoming students are new members of Mortar Board, the national senior honor society.
Selection as a member of Mortar Board is one of the highest honors that a UW senior can achieve. Mortar Board recognizes students who have excelled -- in and out of the classroom -- based on scholarship, leadership and service.
Mortar Board members participate in many projects and activities throughout the year, both on campus and in the Laramie community.
New members are:
Arvada, Colo. -- Taylor True, microbiology and Spanish.
Big Piney -- Kailey Barlow, agricultural business.
Casper -- Courtney Brackenrich, criminal justice; Morgan Cropsey, speech language and hearing science; Kaitlynn Glover, agriculture communications; Christine Pond, social work; Jon Vencill, secondary education and English.
Cheyenne -- Ellisa Calvetti, political science and Spanish; Mila Lemaster, communication disorders; Laura McKinley, business administration; Callie Neelands, dietetics; Kyle Purcell, mechanical and energy systems engineering; Ryan Ragaglia, political science and Spanish; Karen Volk, psychology.
Douglas -- Elisa Etchemendy, music education.
Fort Collins, Colo. -- Cierra Peterson, nursing.
Gillette -- Michelle Gouldin, kinesiology; Benjamin Ireland, accounting; Sadie West, psychology.
Glenrock -- James Moulton, molecular biology and chemistry.
Green River -- Cameron Finley, molecular biology.
Jackson -- Lisa Baldock, dietetics.
Kemmerer -- Amy Lockwood, communication disorders.
Laramie -- Kathleen Bartke, business management; Mary Goetz, elementary education and Spanish; Catherine Schmidt, dietetics; Kiersten Steinkraus, kinesiology and health promotion.
Lingle -- Maggie Ochsner, physiology.
Lusk -- Adrienne Hammond, marketing.
Omaha, Neb. -- Kathleen Bouzis, international studies and political science.
Rapid City, S.D. -- Sarah Melendez, kinesiology and health promotion.
Riverton -- Danielle Johnson, nursing.
Rock Springs -- Elena Monteleone, psychology; Dakota Roberson, electrical engineering.
Saratoga -- Chelsie Collier, elementary education.
Shoshoni -- Ty McNamee, English.
Steamboat Springs, Colo. -- Sarah Dixson, physiology.
Strongsville, Ohio -- Lindsey Wellman, social work.
Thermopolis -- Katherine Donahue, kinesiology and health promotion.
Thornton, Colo. -- Mara Cosgrove, microbiology.
Westminster, Colo. -- Amber Rittenhouse, math and secondary education.