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APO AND FPO ADDRESSES: Liam James Berry, Leverton, General Studies, undeclared; Neil Max Hammitt (Seoul American), Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, insect science; Samantha Pearl Hill (Kaiserslautern American), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Nathan Lenamon Tucker (GED), Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.ALABAMAENTERPRISE: Jessica Elizabeth Bullinger, Beadle, Arts and Sciences,...

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AND APO FPO ADDRESSES: Liam James Berry, Leverton, General Studies, undeclared; Neil Max Hammitt (Seoul American), Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, insect science; Samantha Pearl Hill (Kaiserslautern American), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Nathan Lenamon Tucker (GED), Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.ALABAMAENTERPRISE: Jessica Elizabeth Bullinger, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.PRATTVILLE: Phillip Bernard Camire, Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.ARIZONAMESA: Bethany Rae Patrice O'Neal (Bethel Christian), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, English.PAYSON: Ashley Nicole Sokol, Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Business Administration, finance.PHOENIX: Marcel Lavawn Jones (Browne), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.TUCSON: Megan Rae Dowling (Catalina Foothills), Douglas, Architecture, pre-interior design; Nicole Toshiko Mayman (Bishop Gorman), Douglas, Business Administration, business administration; Amy Christina Rhodes (GED), Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.ARKANSASBENTONVILLE: Cameron James Garcia, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, history; Haley Diane Hiland, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), General Studies, undeclared.NORTH LITTLE ROCK: Cameron Lee Luth (Sylvan Hills), Beadle, Business Administration, finance.VIOLA: Lara Marie Moore, (Calico Rock) Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, animal science.CALIFORNIAANGWIN: Kelsey Lynn Drake (Campion Academy), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, international studies.BURBANK: Kendra Lynn Barbula (Burroughs), Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, pre-elementary education.CORONADO: Nicholas Matthew Gilliland, Douglas, Fine and Performing Arts, music education.ELK GROVE: Victoria Marie Brinigar, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, pre-law.FULLERTON: Julianne Jenelle Brechtel (Sunny Hills), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.GLENDORA: Matthew Harris Brittingham (Western Christian), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, political science.IRVINE: Aric Chase Damm (Irvine), Douglas, Fine and Performing Arts, theatre.LONG BEACH: Jaclyn Marie White (Bishop Montgomery), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.NORTH HIGHLANDS: Katilyn Johnese Price (Mira Loma), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.PLACERVILLE: Meryl MacKay Bonge (Ponderosa), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Business Administration, business administration.RIVERSIDE: Kelsie Ann Schumacher (Woodcrest Christian), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.SAN CARLOS: Scott Alan Campbell (Carlmont), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.SAN DIEGO: Najim Ahmad Rasul (Torrey Pines), Leverton, Business Administration, management.SAN LUIS OBISPO: Daniel Elisha Seth Lehmkuhl, Beadle, Engineering, mechanical engineering.VISTA: Scott Anthony Beard (GED), Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, professional golf management.YUBA CITY: Brad Alan Doering, Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.COLORADOARVADA: James Francis Donovan II (Pomona), Leverton, Engineering, pre-architectural engineering.AURORA: Aaron James Cleveland (Grandview), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), General Studies, undeclared; Veronica Ivy Payne (Cherokee Trail), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Architecture, pre-interior design.BOULDER: Julie Ann Giehl (Fairview), Leverton, Education and Human Sciences, pre-political science and history education.CASTLE ROCK: Kelsey Anne Brownstein (Rock Canyon), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, political science.CENTENNIAL: Sara Nicole Breen (Smoky Hill), Leverton, General Studies, undeclared; Dana Alarie Dietrich (Cherry Creek), Leverton, Business Administration, business administration; Dichele Lynn Jackson (Eaglecrest), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, undeclared; Lindsay Erin Johnson (Eaglecrest), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, meteorology-climatology; Ashley Katherine Mumaugh, Leverton, Education and Human Sciences, pre-elementary education.COLORADO SPRINGS: Jeremiah L. Aiken (Rampart), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver); Lucas Robert Carubia (Palmer), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics.CONIFER: Jennifer Lauren Webers, Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.DOLORES: Dustin Wayne Weitzel, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences.FORT COLLINS: Karson Patrick Rizley, Leverton, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, biochemistry.GOLDEN: Rebecca Jan Gillis, Beadle, Journalism and Mass Communications, news-editorial.GRAND JUNCTION: Alethea Daheshiar (Meeker), Beadle, Public Affairs and Community Service, pre-social work.GREELEY: Cara Kay Sherman (Central), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.HAXTUN: John Harry Heermann, Leverton, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, agribusiness.HIGHLANDS RANCH: Erin Megan Larsen, Beadle, Business Administration, finance; Kelly Lynn Schweitzer (Rock Canyon), Leverton, General Studies, pre-nursing.KIOWA: Heather Lynn Bright, Beadle, Business Administration, business administration.LAFAYETTE: Morgan Michelle Demmel (Fairview), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Journalism and Mass Communications, broadcasting.LEADVILLE: Charles Matthew Kuster (Lake County), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, meteorology-climatology.LIVERMORE: Ryann L. McGough (Poudre), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, undeclared.LONE TREE: Kiley Melissa Spencer (Highlands Ranch), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), General Studies, undeclared.LOVELAND: Micah James Maly, Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, pre-physical therapy.PLATTEVILLE: McKenzie Ann Chambers (Skyline), Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, animal science.REDVALE: Tucker McCord Lane (Nucla), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, communication studies.SAGUACHE: Megan Lee Hazard (Mountain Valley), Beadle, Business Administration, accounting.WESTMINSTER: Joshua Michael Flick (Pomona), Douglas, Architecture, pre-architecture; Julie Marie Woodruff (Cornerstone Christian), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.WHEAT RIDGE: Sara Grace Muramoto (Smoky Hill), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.YUMA: Kelsey Rae Winger, Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, athletic training.CONNECTICUTNEWTOWN: Azureen Janelle Erdman (Immaculate), Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, animal science.SOUTHINGTON: Alessia Maria Satterfield, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.TRUMBULL: Robert John Maffei III, Leverton, Education and Human Sciences, pre-Spanish education.FLORIDASEMINOLE: Matthew Jeffrey Brown, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, meteorology-climatology.GEORGIAFORT STEWART: Kenneth Eugene Koehler (Oviedo), Beadle, Business Administration, management.LILBURN: Jordan Ashley White (Parkview), Leverton, Fine and Performing Arts, theatre.MARIETTA: David Jorgen Jacobs (McEachern), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared; John Robert Mayne (Lassiter), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biochemistry; Michael Todd Saeger (Sprayberry), Beadle, Journalism and Mass Communications, news-editorial.SAVANNAH: Brianna Grace Plachy (Savannah Arts), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, pre-veterinary medicine.IDAHOBOISE: Arin Solange Bruns (Centennial), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Architecture, pre-interior design.SAINT ANTHONY: Cody James Forbush (South Fremont), Douglas, Business Administration, business administration.ILLINOISARLINGTON HEIGHTS: Victoria Zimmerman (Hersey), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, pre-mortuary science.CARBONDALE: Michael Ryan Brown (Anna-Jonesboro), Leverton, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, professional golf management; Heather Marie Cox (Mascoutah), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, hospitality, restaurant and tourism management.CHAMPAIGN: Melissa Lynn Slough (Centennial), Douglas, Business Administration, business administration; Brent Andrew Werner (Darnall), Douglas, Business Administration, marketing.CHICAGO: Corrine Elizabeth Hodges (Morgan Park), Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.CRYSTAL LAKE: Meghan Elizabeth Lewis (Prairie Ridge), Leverton, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, environmental studies.DAVIS JUNCTION: Stacy Suhae Kim (DeKalb), Beadle, Business Administration, management.DeKALB: Scott Mark Foelske, Beadle, Business Administration, accounting.EAST DUBUQUE: Lindsey Ann Leibold, Beadle, Architecture, pre-architecture.ELBURN: Christopher George Sinon (Kaneland), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.ELGIN: Courtney Lynn Lodge (Larkin), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences; Michael John Plambeck (Larkin), Leverton, Fine and Performing Arts, music.FRANKFORT: Ryan Andrew McGowan (Lincoln-Way East), Douglas, Engineering, chemical engineering.GENEVA: Nicholas Steven Bender, Douglas, Architecture, pre-architecture.GLEN ELLYN: Branden Lee Wilfong (Glenbard West), Douglas, Engineering, pre-architectural engineering.HANOVER PARK: Robert Jordan Hanley (Glenbard North), Douglas, Journalism and Mass Communications, broadcasting.LA GRANGE: Kyle Patrick Niehus (Lyons), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.LAKE FOREST: Andrew Paul Wyatt, Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.LISLE: Carl Robert Pence, Leverton, Engineering, mechanical engineering.MARENGO: Elizabeth Joy Boyer, Beadle, Engineering, chemical engineering.MASCOUTAH: Heather Marie Cox, Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, hospitality, restaurant and tourism management.MURPHYSBORO: Delaney Joelle Wessel, Beadle, Fine and Performing Arts, music.NAPERVILLE: Carl James Jernberg (North), Leverton, Engineering, mechanical engineering.ORLAND PARK: Phillip Fredric Nagel (Sandburg), Douglas, Business Administration, finance.PLAINFIELD: Christina Heimerdinger (Central), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, anthropology.QUINCY: Courtney Rose Rowand, Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.RIVER FOREST: Michael Edward Harkins, Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.SAINT CHARLES: Claire Katherine Desormey (East), Douglas, Fine and Performing Arts, art.SOUTH HOLLAND: Rashaunah Asya Williams (Marian), Leverton, Architecture, pre-architecture.SYCAMORE: Collin Wood Perdew (Plymouth-Canton), TINLEY PARK: Jamil Hassan Khan (Andrew), Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.WILMETTE: Olivia Faye Woolley (New Trier), Douglas, Fine and Performing Arts, music.WOODRIDGE: Daniel Steven Wiechert (South), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, computer science.INDIANAANDERSON: Matthew James Dauss (Highland), Leverton, Engineering, chemical engineering.LAFAYETTE: Kayla Nicole Rhoades (Rossville), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.IOWAANKENY: Danielle Leigh Cisna, Douglas, Fine and Performing Arts, music; Leah Nicole Pittard, Beadle, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, biochemistry.ANTHON: Travis Ryan Hazard (Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto), Leverton, Engineering, civil engineering; Mary Danet McGhee (River Valley), Beadle, Engineering, mechanical engineering.ATKINS: Krista Jo Vogel (Benton), Beadle, Journalism and Mass Communications, news-editorial.AVOCA-HANCOCK-SHELBY-TENNANT HS: Jessica Kay Williams, Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, pre-elementary education.BATTLE CREEK-IDA GROVE HS: Jennifer Jo Hewitt, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-dental hygiene.BEDFORD: Geraldine S. Dobos, Douglas, Fine and Performing Arts, art.CARROLL: Dana Marie Honke, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Fine and Performing Arts, art.CARSON: Benjamin Joseph Higgins (Riverside), Beadle, Business Administration, accounting.CEDAR RAPIDS: Allison Louise Mettler (Kennedy), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences.CLARINDA: Kelli Ann Eason, Leverton, Journalism and Mass Communications, advertising.CLIVE: Amy Jean Wilson (Dowling), Leverton, Architecture, pre-interior design.COUNCIL BLUFFS: Erin Elise Dall (Lincoln), Leverton, Architecture, pre-architecture; Courtney Marie Dusing (Lewis Central), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, actuarial science; Krista Lynn Kennebeck (St. Albert), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-pharmacy; Jessica Mary Ryba (Lewis Central), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.DENISON: Reggie Allen Gustafson, Leverton, Business Administration, business administration; Jordan Carl Sis, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.DES MOINES: Carter Jamieson Augustine (Hoover), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Ellen Allison Held (Roosevelt), Beadle, Business Administration, actuarial science; Andrew John Karrmann (Roosevelt), Beadle, Engineering, mechanical engineering; Nickolai Andrew Reimer (Roosevelt), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, meteorology-climatology.DOW CITY: Denise Jennifer Boettger (Denison), Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.DUBUQUE: Kayla Grace Banwarth (Wahlert), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.DUNLAP: Theresa Marie Grote (Boyer Valley), Leverton, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, agribusiness; Ryan Michael Oppold (Boyer Valley), Douglas, Engineering, construction management.FORT DODGE: Brooke Nicole Winkler (St. Edmond), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-pharmacy.GRETNA, NEB.: Rachel Jennifer Rogers (Woodbury Central, Iowa), Douglas, Fine and Performing Arts, art.HARLAN: Brandon Edward Buttry, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.HORNICK: Baylee Kenna Washburn (Westwood), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.HOSPERS: Alicia Rose Grotenhuis (Moc-Floyd Valley), Leverton, Fine and Performing Arts, music education.HUXLEY: Alexandar Lewis Renaud (Ballard), Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, biochemistry.INDIANOLA: Amy Jacqueline Williams, Leverton, Business Administration, actuarial science.IOWA CITY: Emily Mae Hemingway (West Branch), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, athletic training.IOWA FALLS: Kelly Katherine Pudenz, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, psychology.KANAWHA: Andrew Libbey Landgraf (Belmond), Beadle, Engineering, agricultural engineering.KINGSLEY: Kirby J. Washburn (Kingsley-Pierson), Leverton, Business Administration, business administration.LAKE MILLS: Braedi Jo Brackey, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, meteorology-climatology.LAWTON: Sabrina Mae Fruechtenicht (East), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, psychology.LEON: Amareese Delana Bettin (Central Decatur), Leverton, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, agricultural journalism.MANCHESTER: Cami Rene Philgreen (West Delaware), Beadle, Fine and Performing Arts, music education.MARION: Kayte Lauren Kerr (Linn-Mar), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, pre-elementary education.MONDAMIN: Kay Ann Rider (West Harrison), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-physician's assistant.MOVILLE: Lindsey Jean DeWitt (Woodbury Central), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, pre-elementary education.NORWALK: McKenzie Beth Lambert, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences.OMAHA, Neb.: Rebecca Ann Melby (Woodbine), Douglas, Business Administration, business administration.SAC CITY: Ryan George Riley (Lake View Auburn), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Business Administration, accounting.SHELDON: Paul Ryan Claar, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), General Studies, undeclared.SIBLEY: Rebecca Ann Hiemstra (Sibley-Ocheyedan), Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, professional golf management.SIOUX CITY: Brittany A. Barta (East), Beadle, Business Administration, actuarial science; Jenna Joi Grabouski (Sergeant Bluff-Luton), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics; Katherine June Heacock (East), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Angela Mae Lambrecht (West), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared; Lyndsay Christine Lierman (East), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared; Anthony Daniel Oberle (Heelan), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences; Joseph Benjaman Smetter (Heelan), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, undeclared; Kelsey Jean Swaney (East), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-dentistry; Kelsie Lynn Wilde (East), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, biochemistry.SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb.: Jacob Michael Tomlinson (Sioux City East), Leverton, Business Administration, business administration.SPENCER: Ian Harold McCloud, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-dentistry.SPIRIT LAKE: Taylor Raymond Colt, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences; Lindsay Gene Stoll, Beadle, Engineering, industrial engineering.TIPTON: Ashley Anna Miller, Leverton, Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics.TREYNOR: Christine Elizabeth Smith, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Engineering, chemical engineering.UNDERWOOD: Douglas Michael Moran (St. Albert), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Business Administration, marketing.URBANDALE: Jessica Blaine Elwell, Beadle, Fine and Performing Arts, theatre; Trent John Stork, Beadle, Fine and Performing Arts, theatre.VILLISCA: Daniel John Vanderhoof, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, computer science.WAUKEE: Kristin Renee Obal, Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Business Administration, management.WEST DES MOINES: Ellen Marie Frank (Valley), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.KANSASANDOVER: Michael Keith Ioerger, Midwest Student Exchange, Education and Human Sciences, athletic training.ARKANSAS CITY: Caleb Kuhn Hanish, Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.ATCHISON: Kelli Nicole Wagner (De Kalb), Midwest Student Exchange, Education and Human Sciences, pre-elementary education.AUBURN: Sarah Marie Synovec (Washburn Rural), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences.COLUMBUS: Brooke Ferrel Jessee (Jefferson), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, film studies.DERBY: Laura Jane Miller, Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Sydney Marie Schaaf, Beadle, Engineering, mechanical engineering.FAIRWAY: Bailey Elizabeth Armstrong (Shawnee Mission East), Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, anthropology.GARDEN CITY: Kirk David Kaps (Holcomb), Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, athletic training.GODDARD: Andrea Hattan, Midwest Student Exchange, Journalism and Mass Communications, news-editorial.HAYS: Katelyn Don Gottschalk (Thomas More), Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, English.HOLTON: Heather Marie Bell, Douglas, Architecture, pre-architecture; Calandria Mae Jarboe, Beadle, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, agricultural education.HUTCHINSON: Jacob William Jaeger (Buhler), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, history; Megan Ruth Sweet, Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences.INDEPENDENCE, Kan.: Zacharias Alan Drumeller (Cherryvale), Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, chemistry.INDEPENDENCE, Mo.: Andrew John Patch (Shawnee Mission West), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-physician's assistant.LEAVENWORTH: Emily Kay Hunter-Chester (Zama American), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics.LENEXA: Lauren Gerselle Therese Ernst (Shawnee Mission West), Douglas, Business Administration, business administration; Kathryn Kaley Euson (Olathe Northwest), Beadle, Engineering, chemical engineering; Amanda Gabrielle Neighbour (Shawnee Mission West), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics; Eric Lee Podoll (Shawnee Mission West), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Business Administration, business administration; Ryan John Wingers (Shawnee Mission West), Beadle, Business Administration, marketing.LINCOLN, Neb.: Calvin Troy Hobbs (Olathe, Kan., North), Leverton, Business Administration, business administration; Alaina Suzanne Mayfield (Shawnee Mission South, Kan.), Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, psychology.Marysville: Daniel Conrad Banister, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, English; Thomas David Hammett, Midwest Student Exchange, Education and Human Sciences, athletic training.MULVANE: Valerie Elisabeth Deichert, Midwest Student Exchange, Education and Human Sciences, textiles, clothing and design.OLATHE: Douglas Steven Dietze (Northwest), Midwest Student Exchange, Engineering, biological systems engineering; Matthew Steven Forrest (East), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Cory Michael O'Donnell (South), Midwest Student Exchange, General Studies, undeclared; Alison Christine Wedermyer (St. Thomas Aquinas), Beadle, Business Administration, actuarial science.Osborne: Adam Thomas Conway, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, undeclared; Nichole Paige Mans, Midwest Student Exchange, Business Administration, accounting.OVERLAND PARK: Elizabeth Murphy Bentz (Shawnee Mission South), Midwest Student Exchange, Education and Human Sciences, pre-social science education; Logan Elizabeth Derry (Blue Valley Northwest), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, meteorology-climatology; James Iain Fennell (Shawnee Mission South), Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine; Graham Service Guenther (Blue Valley West), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, political science; Rebecca Lynn Hall (Olathe East), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics; Nathan Samuel Harris (Pembroke), Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences; Joshua Michael Higgins (Olathe East), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, athletic training; Jason William Kruse (Shawnee Mission South), Beadle, Engineering, computer engineering; Lindsey Kathryn Macy (Olathe East), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, Spanish; Melissa Anne Manakul (Shawnee Mission South), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, biochemistry; Kimberly Jo Nuss (Blue Valley West), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences; Nathan Lakshman Shanmugam (Blue Valley Northwest), Beadle, Engineering, civil engineering; Kayla Elizabeth Ubel (Blue Valley West), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, psychology; Laura Sue Wong (Blue Valley), Midwest Student Exchange, Business Administration, business administration; Gill Cowan Wright IV (Blue Valley West), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biochemistry.PHILLIPSBURG: Cole Daniel Malmberg, Beadle, Business Administration, business administration.PRAIRIE VILLAGE: Amanda Suzanne Levy (Shawnee Mission East), Douglas, Fine and Performing Arts, theatre.ROELAND PARK: Colby Clinton Leseberg (Shawnee Mission North), Beadle, Business Administration, accounting.SHARON SPRINGS: Jami Noel Eder (Wallace County), Douglas, Business Administration, agribusiness.SHAWNEE: Alexandria Elizabeth Bieber (Mill Valley), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Business Administration, actuarial science; Blake Addison Lawrence (Shawnee Mission West), Beadle, Business Administration, business administration; Megan Brittany Magner (Mill Valley), Midwest Student Exchange, General Studies, pre-nursing.SMITH CENTER: Chelsie Marie Potter, Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, psychology.STERLING: Derek Thomas James Thompson, Midwest Student Exchange, Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics.TOPEKA: Molly Catherine Bieberle (Washburn Rural), Midwest Student Exchange, Architecture, pre-architecture; Keith Andrew Krueger (Shawnee Heights), Beadle, Engineering, electrical engineering.WAMEGO: Molly Patricia Shreve, Midwest Student Exchange, Business Administration, marketing.WESTWOOD: Cole Jeffrey Easterday (Shawnee Mission East), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, computer science.WICHITA: Sophie Koleen Ball (Northwest), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-dentistry; Alyx Marie Dodds (Derby), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, German; Meredith Kim Matthies (Kapaun-Mount Carmel), Midwest Student Exchange, General Studies, undeclared; Sharisse Nichole Meyer (Maize), Midwest Student Exchange, Fine and Performing Arts, art; Tanner Joseph Randall (Northwest), Midwest Student Exchange, Education and Human Sciences, athletic training; Brittany Jo Richardson (Cheney), Beadle, Journalism and Mass Communications, advertising; Amanda Faye Shreves (Maize), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Alyssa Lee Spencer (Maize), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.KENTUCKYLOUISVILLE: Drew Sahs Schulz (Dupont Manual Magnet), Beadle, Engineering, biological systems engineering.MARYLANDPOTOMAC: Jessica Jo Bieda (Churchill), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics.MICHIGANFORT GRATIOT: Luke Allen Sheldon (Port Huron), Midwest Student Exchange, Fine and Performing Arts, theatre.KALAMAZOO: Brent Allen Seifferlein (Dowagiac Union), Midwest Student Exchange, General Studies, undeclared.MARSHALL: Kathleen Elizabeth Maynard, Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.MINNESOTAALBERT LEA: Katherine Anne Ladwig, Douglas, Journalism and Mass Communications, broadcasting.ANDOVER: Jacob Riley Taylor (Coon Rapids), Beadle, Engineering, civil engineering.ARLINGTON: Eric Kevin Thies (Sibley East), Midwest Student Exchange, Business Administration, finance.AUSTIN: Cassandra Jo Nagle, Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.BEMIDJI: Avery Joseph Bretschneider, Beadle, Engineering, undeclared.BINGHAM LAKE: Bentley Anne Easler (Windom Area), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.BLOOMINGTON: Jacob Link Dona, Midwest Student Exchange, General Studies, undeclared.BROWNTON: Lawrence James Ramirez Jr. (Maplewood Academy), Douglas, Engineering, electrical engineering.BYRON: Mackenzie Joan Titus, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences.CAMBRIDGE: Michael Calvin Renz, Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, professional golf management.CIRCLE PINES: Katie Ann Susanne Sopp (Centennial), Midwest Student Exchange, General Studies, undeclared.CLITHERALL: Heather Shalene Colton (Battle Lake), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, pre-law.EAGAN: Christopher David Anderson (Eastview), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences; Ryan James Lynch (Eastview), Beadle, Business Administration, actuarial science.EDEN PRAIRIE: Abigail Catherine Buxton, Douglas, Business Administration, finance.ELMORE: Andrew John Ehrich (Blue Earth-Frost-Winnebago), Leverton, Fine and Performing Arts, theatre.FAIRMONT: Daniel Allen Williamson, Midwest Student Exchange, Architecture, pre-architecture.GRAND RAPIDS: Ashley Jean Lane, Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, biochemistry; Kayla Jean Stram, Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, veterinary science.LAKE Michael ELMO: Thomas Taylor (Stillwater), Beadle, Journalism and Mass Communications, advertising.LAKEFIELD: Alissa Marie Palmer (Jackson County Central), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-physician's assistant.LAKEVILLE: Elizabeth Louise Sand (North), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-dentistry.LONG PRAIRIE: Joshua Timothy Sandelin, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, English.LYND: Patrick Joseph Murray (Marshall), Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, professional golf management.MANKATO: Emily Beatrice McCargar (Loyola), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.MAPLE GROVE: Caitlin Elizabeth Kern, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, communication studies; Matthew Hume McKay, Douglas, Business Administration, marketing.MOORHEAD: Stephanie Diane Bancroft, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences; Alexa Jo Woodard, Leverton, Fine and Performing Arts, music education.MOUND: Patrick Terrance Byrnes (Mound Westonka), Douglas, Business Administration, actuarial science.NORTH MANKATO: Jack Glen Ehrke (Mankato West), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.NORTHFIELD: Jessica Lynn Harmelink, Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, international studies.PLYMOUTH: Kelsey Camille Koch (Wayzata), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, biological sciences; Nathan David Peterson (Heritage Christian), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Business Administration, actuarial science.ROCHESTER: Whitney Erin Rohe (Mayo), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, psychology.ROCKFORD: Amanda Babette Raabe, Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, pre-mathematics education.ROSEMOUNT: Karmon Dorianne Snare, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, pre-pharmacy.ROSEVILLE: Andrew James Guthrie, Beadle, Engineering, mechanical engineering.SAINT PAUL: Nicholas Edward Wolf (South St. Paul), Midwest Student Exchange, Engineering, construction management.SAVAGE: Kevin Patrick Anderson (Burnsville), Douglas, Business Administration, business administration.SOUTH SAINT PAUL: Robert Joseph Blyton, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, international studies.STILLWATER: Jenna Rachel Gibson, Beadle, Journalism and Mass Communications, news-editorial.WACONIA: Katie Ann Asbjornson, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences.WOODBURY: Meghan Kathleen Brady, Douglas, Journalism and Mass Communications, news-editorial; Amy Leigh Hersperger (Hill-Murray), Midwest Student Exchange, Journalism and Mass Communications, advertising.WYOMING: Stacey Anne Johnson (Forest Lake), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.MISSOURIAGENCY: Anthony Michael Hoppins (Mid-Buchanan), Beadle, Engineering, chemical engineering.CAMERON: Clay Jennings Stuedle (Cameron R-I), Douglas, Engineering, electrical engineering.CHESTERFIELD: Chelsea Elizabeth Meyer (Kennedy), Beadle, Engineering, construction management.COLUMBIA: Diana Elizabeth Tredinnick (Rock Bridge), Midwest Student Exchange, Architecture, pre-interior design.EDGERTON: Nathaniel Louis Romey (North Platte), Douglas, Fine and Performing Arts, music.ELMO: David Scott Bloomfield (West Nodaway), Midwest Student Exchange, General Studies, undeclared.GRAIN VALLEY: Brandon Ray Dicken (Grain Valley R-V), Douglas, Engineering, electrical engineering.INDEPENDENCE: Andrew John Patch (Shawnee Mission West), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-physician's assistant.JEFFERSON CITY: Breanna Renee Bussel, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.JOPLIN: Hannah Leigh Maher (McAuley), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.KANSAS CITY: Kevin Leland Berndt (Park Hill), Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, undeclared; Mary Kathryne Bird (St. Teresa's), Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, political science; Craig Derron Fishback (Center), Leverton, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, forensic science; Carl Christian Gauger III (home school), Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, classics and religious studies; Kelsey Elizabeth Gutschow (Park Hill South), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), General Studies, pre-nursing; Graham Carson Laird (Pembroke Hill), Beadle, Business Administration, finance; Kathryn Lynn Shannon (Center), Midwest Student Exchange, Education and Human Sciences, athletic training; Brock Andrew Smith (Park Hill South), Beadle, Business Administration, business administration; Miranda Ann White (Park Hill South), Midwest Student Exchange, Architecture, pre-architecture.LEE'S SUMMIT: Sophie Anne Becker (North), Beadle, Fine and Performing Arts, music; Elaine Elizabeth Bilyeu (North), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Katie Leanne Kidwell (North), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, English; 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Dobos (Bedford, Iowa), Douglas, Fine and Performing Arts, art; Glen A. Gates III (Dawson County), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, physics; Callie Ruth Grim (Omaha Burke), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-physical therapy; Jennifer Jo Hewitt (Battle Creek-Ida Grove, Iowa), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-dental hygiene; Calvin Troy Hobbs (Olathe, Kan., North), Leverton, Business Administration, business administration; Dawn Angel Martin (GED), Douglas, Public Affairs and Community Service, pre-social work; Alaina Suzanne Mayfield (Shawnee Mission South, Kan.), Midwest Student Exchange, Arts and Sciences, psychology; Daniel Lee Sanborn (White Deer), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine; Michelle Lynne Taylor, Leverton, Business Administration, accounting; Jessica Kay Williams (Avoca-Hancock-Shelby-Tennant, Iowa); Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, pre-elementary education; Amanda Elayne Williams, Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, family and consumer sciences; Anna Marie Ziman (Belfield, N.D.), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, psychology.OMAHA: Andrew Lloyd Fleming, Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics; Todd Kay (Gen. Douglas Macarthur), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared; Rebecca Ann Melby (Woodbine, Iowa), Douglas, Business Administration, business administration; Chelsea Faye Powell (Greenway), Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, pre-elementary education.SAINT LIBORY: Richard Alan Banks (Southside), Beadle, Engineering, mechanical engineering.SOUTH SIOUX CITY: Jacob Michael Tomlinson (Sioux City East), Leverton, Business Administration, business administration.YORK: Jameson Liegner (Blair Academy, Blairstown, N.J.), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Engineering, computer engineering.NEVADALAS VEGAS: Jacob Alan Lewis (Bishop Gorman), Beadle, Engineering, electrical engineering.NORTH LAS VEGAS: Kelly Nicole Gibbs (Mojave), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.NEW JERSEYMETUCHEN: Matthew Maia (Kennedy Memorial), Leverton, Fine and Performing Arts, art.SOUTH AMBOY: Stephanie Angela Seich (home school), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-physician's assistant.NEW MEXICOALBUQUERQUE: Katelin Marie Dederman (La Cueva), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, biological sciences.NEW YORKCROTON ON HUDSON: Kenneth Christopher Vasta (Croton-Harmon), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.DIX HILLS: Chiara Nissa Eskew (Our Lady of Victory), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, mathematics.HORNELL: Eric Michael Dinwoodie, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Architecture, pre-architecture.SUGAR LOAF: Jason Michael Kannon (Warwick Valley), Douglas, Business Administration, accounting.WILLIAMSVILLE: Stephanie Lynn O'Dea, Leverton, Engineering, pre-architectural engineering.NORTH CAROLINADUDLEY: Christopher Michael Johnson (Keystone National), Douglas, Business Administration, business administration.NORTH DAKOTABELFIELD: Anna Marie Ziman, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, psychology.BISMARCK: Elizabeth Grace Hawks, Beadle, Architecture, pre-architecture; Makenzie Marie McPherson, Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, pre-dentistry; Kristen Marie Pinks (Century), Midwest Student Exchange, Journalism and Mass Communications, news-editorial; Andrew Lee Rasmussen (St. Mary's), Beadle, Engineering, biological systems engineering.DICKINSON: Jonathon Wade Olin (South), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.FARGO: Lacey Marie Dammer, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, political science.GRAND FORKS: Michelle Kay Anderson (Central), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, actuarial science; Amy Beth Boese (Central), Beadle, Fine and Performing Arts, music education; David Paul Boese (Central), Midwest Student Exchange, Fine and Performing Arts, music education; Rachel Marie Bothun (Red River), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine; Jessica Rae Cleveland (Red River), Beadle, Journalism and Mass Communications, news-editorial; Emilie Lauren Rachel Kopp (Red River), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, international studies; Tiffany Elizabeth Pederson (Red River), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics; Emily Ruth Todhunter (Red River), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics.YPSILANTI: Shane Carl Hendrickson (Montpelier), Midwest Student Exchange, General Studies, undeclared.OHIOCEDARVILLE: Katherine Elaine Daeschner (Southeast), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, psychology.WYOMING: Jesse Aaron Holthus, Beadle, Business Administration, business administration.OKLAHOMASPERRY: Tyler James McCullar, Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.TAHLEQUAH: Carley Danielle Juilfs, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), General Studies, undeclared.OREGONKLAMATH FALLS: Jessica Ann Long (Klamath Union), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Lindsay Jane Long, Beadle, Architecture, pre-architecture.LAKE OSWEGO: Devin Thomas Monaghan, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, international studies.PORTLAND: Kevin Matthew Gambee (Jesuit), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.PENNSYLVANIALANCASTER: Adam Joseph Keller (Lansdale Catholic), Beadle, Engineering, mechanical engineering.NEWVILLE: Lara Elizabeth Crofford (Big Spring), Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics.WEST NEWTON: Kelsey Ann Grushecky (Yough), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences.WILLOW GROVE: Lindsay Cara DeMarco (Upper Moreland), Douglas, Journalism and Mass Communications, advertising.SOUTH DAKOTAABERDEEN: Eric David Aas (Central), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, political science; Andrew James Mach (Central), Douglas, Journalism and Mass Communications, broadcasting.AVON: Leslie Elaine Van Gerpen, Leverton, Business Administration, accounting.BRANDON: Danielle Nicole Bakken (Brandon Valley), Douglas, Business Administration, marketing; Anthony Kevin Schaefbauer (Brandon Valley), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, pre-dentistry; Katie Jo Thompson (Brandon Valley), Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, athletic training.BROOKINGS: Brittney Lauren Bullis, Leverton, Engineering, computer engineering; Katherine B. Ishol, Leverton, General Studies, undeclared; Calista Kaye Kirby, Leverton, General Studies, undeclared; Kalli LyNelle Kurtenbach, Leverton, Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics; Elizabeth Maurine Pflueger, Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, pre-mathematics education; Nathan Lee Raabe, Leverton, Engineering, undeclared; William Neil Reese, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, computer science.CANTON: Nicholas Reypark Eneboe, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, mathematics; Marie Shevaun Huber, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, political science; Lee Khuong Wong, Leverton, Business Administration, actuarial science.CUSTER: Luressa Anne Schultz, Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, athletic training.DAKOTA DUNES: Alex Gerard Galvin (Sioux City Heelan), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, pre-law; Laura Christine Hildebrand (Dakota Valley), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, biochemistry.DELL RAPIDS: Allison Nicole Kahler, Leverton, General Studies, undeclared; Cody Michael Wiggs (Sioux Falls O'Gorman), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biochemistry.FLANDREAU: Drew Edward Weber, Douglas, Journalism and Mass Communications, broadcasting.JEFFERSON: Joshua Patrick Viereck (Elk Point-Jefferson), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.KADOKA: Zane Kenneth Lindquist, Beadle, Journalism and Mass Communications, news-editorial.LAKE NORDEN: LeeAllen William Fortin (Hamlin), Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.LENNOX: Kourtney Naomi Minish, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, pre-law.MADISON: Tanner William Schuurman, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, biological sciences.MILBANK: Haley Shay Gonzenbach, Douglas, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, pre-veterinary medicine.MITCHELL: Allysa Claire Freidel, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences.PIERRE: Lindsey Marie Coit (Riggs), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences; Elizabeth Ann Dougherty (Riggs), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.RAPID CITY: Josie Claire Bloom (St. Thomas More), Beadle, General Studies, pre-nursing; Amber Nicole Borkovec (Central), Douglas, Fine and Performing Arts, theatre; Katrina Jane Bucknall (Stevens), Beadle, Business Administration, international business; Danielle Marie Dixon (Stevens), Beadle, Fine and Performing Arts, music; Connor R. Mahoney (Stevens), Beadle, Engineering, chemical engineering; Rochelle Lenae Rogers (Stevens), Beadle, Fine and Performing Arts, music; Stefanie Nicole Zetah (St. Thomas More), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.RENNER: Kevin Albert Ahrendt (Sioux Falls O'Gorman), Beadle, Engineering, electrical engineering.SIOUX FALLS: Michael David Anderson (Roosevelt), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, pre-biology education; Lauren Louise Baker (O'Gorman), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, pre-art education K-12; Emily Ann Baney (Washington), Beadle, Fine and Performing Arts, music; MacKenzie Wayne Barber (Lincoln), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Tyler Bruce Blake (Lincoln), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine; Evan Wyatt Bliss (Roosevelt), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Architecture, pre-architecture; Alison Kate Bozung (Tri-Valley), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences; Derek Michael Daly (Lincoln), Leverton, Business Administration, finance; Jordan Jay Deffenbaugh (Tri-Valley), Beadle, Engineering, computer engineering; Nicholas Dale Dobberpuhl (Roosevelt), Leverton, Engineering, mechanical engineering; Liza Lynn Gary (Brandon Valley), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared; Emily Anna Goddard (Lincoln), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Education and Human Sciences, pre-elementary education; Sarah Lauren Hitchcock (Washington), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; James Loren Holub (Lincoln), Beadle, Engineering, mechanical engineering; Lydia Louise Johnson (Roosevelt), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, Spanish; Christina Lynn Jorgensen (Roosevelt), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, international studies; Molly Kathryn Keen (Roosevelt), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Abbey Kristine McGee (Roosevelt), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences; Chelsea Ann Meister (Roosevelt), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-law; Meagan Marie Millage (O'Gorman), Douglas, Journalism and Mass Communications, broadcasting; Dylan Chad O'Donnell (Washington), Douglas, Business Administration, accounting; Marissa Kaye Penner (Lincoln), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Fine and Performing Arts, music; Joshua Bradley Peterson (Roosevelt), Douglas, Architecture, pre-architecture; Kimberly Diane Roe (O'Gorman), Leverton, General Studies, undeclared; Stacey LeAnne Schriever (Washington), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, chemistry; Troy Jerome Thoms (O'Gorman), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, history; Elizabeth Ann Venrick (Lincoln), Douglas, Arts and Sciences, communication studies; Kathryn Marie Woolworth (Brandon Valley), Beadle, Fine and Performing Arts, music.SPEARFISH: Carlisa Jean Bayne, Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Justin Christopher Biskup (Matthew C. Perry), Leverton, Business Administration, international business; Jessica Lynn Schwab, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, psychology.VERMILLION: Stacey Renae Joy, Beadle, Engineering, biological systems engineering; Ryan Alan Powell, Douglas, Engineering, electrical engineering; Matthew Thomas Sand, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, English.WAGNER: Derrick Anthony Martin, Douglas, Engineering, chemical engineering.WATERTOWN: Ben Stephen Bachmann, Leverton, Engineering, undeclared; Zackery Robert Bierscheid, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, political science; Carly Anne Hiedeman, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, speech-language pathology and audiology; Alexi Jo Pickrel, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine; Lauren Rae Saylor, Leverton, General Studies, undeclared; Vanessa Jean Sween, Leverton, General Studies, pre-nursing; Toni Marie Turbak, Leverton, Education and Human Sciences, pre-elementary education.WINNER: Jacob Michael Pruss, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.YANKTON: Brianna Faye Anderson, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, biochemistry; Dominique Alexandra Boudreau, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine; John Warren Brende, Beadle, Fine and Performing Arts, theatre; Tyler Joseph Burbach, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), General Studies, undeclared; Jacqueline Rae Frick, Beadle, General Studies, undeclared; Lucas Robert Frohreich, Beadle, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, biochemistry; Joseph Melvin Giganti, Leverton, Fine and Performing Arts, theatre; Keith Joseph Luchtel, Leverton, General Studies, undeclared; Brendan Fox Pons, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biochemistry; Emily Ellen Steckler, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, undeclared; Matthew Hansen Waid, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), General Studies, undeclared.TENNESSEEHENDERSONVILLE: Allison Audrey Thompson (Pope John Paul II), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, chemistry.TEXASALLEN: Alexandra Kathleen Dill, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, film studies.ARLINGTON: Brant Shipferling (Nolan Catholic), Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-dentistry.BELTON: Kristen Marie Arndt, Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, pre-elementary education.CARROLLTON: Anthony Edward Higgins (Creekview), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared.CHANDLER: Jessica Danielle Munch (Van), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, pre-veterinary medicine.CIBOLO: Noelle Villa-Real Aldover (Steele), Beadle, General Studies, pre-nursing.COPPELL: Harrison Douglas Hohnholt, Douglas, Fine and Performing Arts, theatre.DALLAS: Ryan Anthony Heimbuch (Pilot Point), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Engineering, mechanical engineering.EL PASO: Luis Alberto Cardenas (Coronado), Beadle, Business Administration, business administration; Sarah Anne Tenorio (Burges), Leverton, Journalism and Mass Communications, news-editorial.EULESS: Jacob Wylie Harberg (Colleyville Heritage), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), General Studies, undeclared.FORT WORTH: Daniel Luke Cottrell (Nolan Catholic), Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, athletic training; Adi Kunalic (North Crowley), Douglas, Business Administration, business administration.FRISCO: Stephanie Patricia Holthaus (Centennial), Leverton, Education and Human Sciences, pre-middle grades education.GRAND PRAIRIE: Shannon Rae Slayton (Bowie), Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.HOUSTON: Kathryn Danielle Marten (Cairo American), Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics; Jessica Danielle Mills (Clear Lake), Leverton, Engineering, mechanical engineering; Brian Andrew Smith (Jersey Village), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Engineering, chemical engineering.HURST: Kimberley Michelle Cleveland (Bell), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, mathematics.KINGWOOD: Anna Marie Murray, Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Engineering, chemical engineering.LONGVIEW: Brianne Lindsey McMeen (Pine Tree), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), General Studies, undeclared.MANSFIELD: Lauren Lee Villegas (Summit), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biochemistry.McDADE: Ian James McKee, Douglas, Arts and Sciences, English.MIDLAND: Brittney Laine Harkness (Christian), Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, child, youth and family studies.PLANO: Cory Michael Baumgarten, Beadle, Arts and Sciences, physics; Kevin A. Bresson (East), Beadle, Business Administration, accounting; Brendan Andrew Burling (East), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Engineering, computer engineering; Michael Warren McLaughlin, Douglas, Business Administration, business administration; Benjamin Aaron Pribanic (East), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared; Brett Thomas Williams (East), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared; Brian Matthew Wright, Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.ROUND ROCK: Michelle Renee Bartell, Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, textiles, clothing and design.SAN ANTONIO: Mitchel Willard Beneke (Reagan), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Engineering, chemical engineering; Taylor Nomah Trachsel (Churchill), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, political science.SOUTH PADRE ISLAND: Benjamin Charles Buerman (Port Isabel), Leverton, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, veterinary science.TIOGA: Audrey Renee Svane (Pilot Point), Beadle, Engineering, chemical engineering.WILLOW PARK: Kristen Elizabeth Cope (Aledo), Beadle, Engineering, biological systems engineering.UTAHHOLLADAY: J. Gavin Salee, Leverton, Engineering, mechanical engineering.VIRGINIAMECHANICSVILLE: Rachel Erin Butler (Lee-Davis), Beadle, Education and Human Sciences, textiles, clothing and design.RICHMOND: Timothy Michael Herber (Tucker), Douglas, Engineering, chemical engineering.VIENNA: Nay Zaw Soe (Madison), Douglas, Architecture, pre-architecture.WOODBRIDGE: Zenaida Noemi Alvarenga, Douglas, Public Affairs and Community Service, pre-criminal justice.YORKTOWN: Jessica Rae Asbury (Grafton), Leverton, Journalism and Mass Communications, undeclared; Jessica Hope Gunnerson (York), Nebraska Legacy (100 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, pre-medicine.WASHINGTONMAPLE VALLEY: Mariesa Lynn Cloud (Tahoma), Douglas, Education and Human Sciences, nutritional science and dietetics.PUYALLUP: Kristofer Brandon Bitney (Rogers), Beadle, General Studies, undeclared.SEATTLE: Spencer Samuel Conroy Davenport (Roosevelt), Leverton, General Studies, undeclared.WISCONSINAPPLETON: Amy Yungwirth (North), Midwest Student Exchange, General Studies, undeclared.CLINTON: Laura Beth Hargarten, Beadle, Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, food science and technology.MADISON: Jenna Rae Richardt (Wausau West), Douglas, General Studies, pre-nursing.MANITOWOC: Craig A. Edgar (Lincoln), Leverton, Fine and Performing Arts, music education.WYOMINGCARPENTER: Chelsea Ann Thompson (Pine Bluffs), Beadle, Fine and Performing Arts, theatre.CHEYENNE: Erica Michelle Colbert (Central), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, biological sciences; Jenna Marie Lenhardt (Central), Beadle, Arts and Sciences, psychology; Melanie May Zobell (Central), Nebraska Legacy (50 percent waiver), Arts and Sciences, biological sciences.TORRINGTON: Dane Thomas Griggs, Leverton, Arts and Sciences, pre-dentistry.YODER: Kayla Rennae Ruiz (SE Goshen County), Douglas, General Studies, undeclared. 30

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Take Home test 2 This is the list of the take home exam problems. You can either work on your own or work with a partner and turn in just one solution. Outide from your partner you cannot talk to anybody besides, of course, me. You need to score 150
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First Take Home Exam This is the first take home exam. You are allow to talk to anyone in the class, you are allowed to use your book and your notes. You cannot use any other book or talk to any person outside the class. At the end of your paper you
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Joy of Numbers Thursday, November 205522. The Euler -function We began with a discussion of the homework problem. Lisa A. and Gabe came up with the correct formula for (pq), where p and q are distinct primes. The class as a whole provided the pr
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Joy of Numbers - Thursday, October 233515. Cancellation modulo m We began by discussing the homework. Theorem: Suppose r = a %m and r > 0. Then m - r = -a %m. Proof: (Lisa A) Since r = a %m, this means that r is the remainder upon dividing a by m
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52Joy of Numbers - Tuesday, November 1821. More on RSA We began with the homework problem. Ryan presented the solution. Problem: Suppose (x) = x4007 %6319 is the encryption function. Find the decryption function (x). Solution: (Ryan) For starters
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THE AUSLANDER-BRIDGER FORMULA AND THE GORENSTEIN PROPERTY FOR COHERENT RINGSLIVIA HUMMEL AND THOMAS MARLEY Abstract. The concept of Gorenstein dimension, defined by Auslander and Bridger for finitely generated modules over a Noetherian ring, is stud
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ON THE SUPPORT OF LOCAL COHOMOLOGYCRAIG HUNEKE, DANIEL KATZ, AND THOMAS MARLEY Dedicated to Professor Paul Roberts on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday. Abstract. We examine the question of whether the support of an arbitrary local cohomology mo
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MATH 100ASYLLABUSSpring Semester 2004TEXTBOOK: Intermediate Algebra, 9th Edition, by Lial, Hornsby & McGinnis CALCULATORS: No calculators allowed PREREQUISITES: One year high school algebra or Math 95C or equivalent. Your most recent grade in t
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MATH 221TEXT:SYLLABUSSPRING 2007Differential Equations-Computing and Modeling by Edwards and Penney, 3rd Ed.DAILY WORK:The exercises suggested below represent a minimal assignment. Some students may have to work additional exercises from t
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MATH 104TEXT:SYLLABUSFall Semester 2007Calculus with Applications: Brief Version, 8th Edition by Lial, Greenwell, Ritchey; Published by Addison-Wesley.PREREQUISITES: Two years algebra and one semester precalculus in high school or Math 101 o
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ONR Electronic Materials Program ReviewSunday, August 1st, 20047:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.: Welcoming Reception La Grande Room, 4th FloorMonday, August 2nd, 20047:30 a.m. - 8:15 a.m.: Continental Breakfast Point Cabrillo Room, 4th Floor 8:15 a.m. -
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A Physical Model of Quantum Cascade Lasers: Application to GaAs, GaN and SiGe devices P. Harrison, D. Indjin, V. Jovanovi , J. McTavish, c R. W. Kelsall, Z. Ikoni , I. Savi and N. Vukmirovi c c c School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Unive
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Field Control of Quantum Cascade LasersKarl Unterrainer Technische Universitt Wien A-1040 Vienna, Austria- control by external magnetic field - modulation control by ultrafast lasersTHzLabMagnetic field controls dimensionalityno magnetic field
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Integration of Ferroelectric and Integration of Ferroelectric and Ferromagnetic Oxides with Silicon by MBE Ferromagnetic Oxides with Silicon by MBEDarrell G. Schlom Penn State University Jeremy Levy University of Pittsburgh David Awschalom Universit
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ON R Wor kshop on Fer r oel ectr i c Semi conductor I nter fa ces - Pr ogr a m Schedul ePlease join us for the Welcoming Reception on Sunday evening, April 7th from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., at the Kauakini Halau (outdoors by the pool area) - Spouses and
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G1704Chloramines Water Disinfection: Omaha Metropolitan Utilities District and Lincoln Water SystemSharon Skipton, Extension Educator Bruce Dvorak, Extension Environmental Engineering Specialist Bacteria and other disease-causing organisms in drin
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G1552(Revised November 2008)Drinking Water: ArsenicSharon O. Skipton, Extension Water Quality Educator Bruce I. Dvorak, Extension Environmental Engineering Specialist Wayne Woldt, Extension Water and Environment Specialist Andy Kahle, Drinking Wa
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Readme File for MiKTeX 1.07 Copyright (C) 1997 Christian Schenk <cschenk@berlin.snafu.de> Contents: What is it? What is it not? Distribution files Installation Where are the docs? Copying No Warranty Reporting bugs What is it? * MiKTeX 1.07 is an imp
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Kpathsea libraryfor version 3.3.1 May 1999K. Berry (kb@mail.tug.org) O. Weber (infovore@xs4all.nl)Copyright c 1993, 94, 95, 96, 97 K. Berry & O. Weber. Permission is granted to make and distribute verbatim copies of this manual provided the cop
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May 1999TheNEBLINEPage 4Farm ViewsPesticide container recycling programEvery year, about one million plastic agricultural pesticide containers are used in Nebraska. This amounts to about threequarters of a million pounds of plastic that mu
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Thehttp:/lancaster.unl.eduNEBLINEFarm ViewsPart 1 - Traditional LeasesPage 4 March 2008Rental Arrangements Changing with the TimesTom Dorn UNL Extension Educator The new market for corn and soybeans in the bio-energy industry has impacted
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March 2001TheNEBLINEPage 3Increased Landfill Rates Are Still A BargainBarb Ogg Extension Educator & Steve Owen Superintendent of Solid Waste Operations If you have taken a pick-up load of trash to the Bluff Road Landfill recently, you may ha
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April 2000TheNEBLINEPage 4Farm ViewsEffect of Soaring Fuel Prices on Cost of Field OperationsThe University of Minnesota Department of Applied Economics publishes a Minnesota Farm Machinery Economic Cost Estimate that reports the average c
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TheNEBLINEWeb site: lancaster.unl.eduFarm Viewsrapid grass growth assures the applied nitrogen is available to the plants.Page 4 April 2004Fertilizing Grass Pastures and Hay LandsPastures are important to many livestock producers in Nebra
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TheNEBLINEhttp:/lancaster.unl.eduFarm ViewsPage 4 May 2006Fertilizing Grass Pastures and Hay LandsTom Dorn UNL Extension Educator Pastures are important to many livestock producers in Nebraska, but production from many pastures is low. Res
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July 1999TheNEBLINEPage 4Farm ViewsFertilizing grass pastures and hay lands-Part 2This article is the second of a two-part series. Part Part 1, printed in the June issue of NEBLINE discussed nitrogen fertilizer management of pastures and h
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March 2001TheNEBLINEPage 5Diazinon Phase-Out BeginningIn a December 5, 2000 news release, EPA announced an agreement to phase-out diazinon, one of the most widely used insecticides in the United States, for indoor uses, beginning in March 20
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February 1999TheNEBLINEPage 11Try this trash game. It's fun!continued from pageMiscellaneousWhat motivates children to readcontinued from page 7choose a slip of paper, then tell the group how it could be removed from the garbage by ref
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RESOURCE CONSERVATION GUIDEOne of the easiest things for people to do to help conserve resources is to recycle. If you currently don=t recycle, please start. If you recycle aluminum cans or newspapers, you can recycle other items such as glass bott
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TheNEBLINEWeb site: lancaster.unl.eduMiscellaneousPage 12 November/December 2004PARENTS CAN DOcontinued from page 1 Avoid fried foods. Limit the use of butter and margarine. Avoid processed baked goods and even physical activity are Ka
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December 2000TheNEBLINEPage 2HorticultureWinter Care of Houseplantsabove the water level. Misting almost dry to the touch. When Winter weather adversely houseplants is not an effective watering houseplants, water affects growing condition