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Minot State students honored on ‘Who’s Who’ list

Seventeen Minot State University juniors and seniors were included in the 2017 edition of “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. A campus nomination committee and editors of the annual directory picked the students based on their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success. MSU honored the students April 5 at a luncheon.

The honorees, listed by hometown, class rank and major, are: Katie Abrahamson, Minot, senior, graphic design and photography; Emilee Baggett, Minot, senior, elementary education and early childhood education; Maleyna Beale, Wichita, Kan., senior, biology; Jordan Busch, Minot, senior, accounting and finance; Kristen de Delley, Brandon, Manitoba, junior, communication disorders; Inga Dudley, Red Wing, Minn., senior, mathematics education; Margaret Flinn, Corvallis, Ore., junior, criminal justice; Chelsea Geis, Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan, senior, special education; Kendall Green, Winnipeg, Manitoba, junior, communication disorders; Breanne Hatfield, Manteca, Calif., senior, chemistry, biology and mathematics; Morgan Hunter, Invercargill, New Zealand, senior, psychology; McKenzie Kranz, Minot, senior, elementary education and special education; Erika Mojica, La Union, Philippines, senior, biology; Kevin Morgan, Tema, Ghana, junior, international business and marketing; Jayden Moum, Minot, senior, accounting and finance; Else-Marie Nelson, Minot, senior, physical education; and Noelle Padilla, Houston, Texas, senior, nursing.

The group posed for a photography at the banquet. Seated, left to right, are de Delley, Mojica, Kranz, Beale, and Nelson. Included in the second row, left to right, are Flinn, Baggett, Hatfield, Moum, and Padilla. Pictured in the third row, left to right, are Morgan, Green, Geis, Hunter, Abrahamson, and Busch. Dudley was unable to attend. For questions, contact Kevin Harmon, vice president for student affairs, at


Published: 04/10/17

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