Dean's lists and honors

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Kern on S.D.S.U. Dean's list

Simon Alexander Kern of Watkins has grade-point average of 4.0, in the College of Agricultural and Biological Sciences and has been named to the Dean's list for Spring semester 2011 at South Dakota State University of Brookings, S.D..

Klein graduates Concordia

Kelsey Klein, daughter of David and Carol Klein of Kimball, graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead Sunday, May 1.

Krippner graduates CLC

Amanda Krippner of Kimball

was awarded an Associate in

Science degree in Nursing from Central Lakes College Thursday, May 19.

Kunkel receives scholarship

Chadwick Kunkel, son of Duane and Linda Kunkel of Clearwater, was awarded the TCF Bank Scholarship for academics and community involvement. Kunkel is a junior majoring in economics at St. Cloud State University.

SCSU spring Dean's list

St. Cloud State University has announced the names of 1,514 students whose academic achievement placed them on the spring semester dean's list. To be eligible for the honor, students must have a grade-point average of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

From Kimball: Sara Marie Asfeld, G. R. Herberger College of Business, Management, 3.93; Whitney Tai Gettler, College of Education, Elementary Education, 4; Harrison Dean Hancock, College of Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, 3.89; Lisa Marie Hennen, College of Education, Early Childhood Education, 4; Sarah Josephine Jansky, College of Science and Engineering, Nursing, 4; Carol Elizabeth Kuhn, College of Fine Arts and Humanities, English, 3.9; Jacob Mark Seaquist, College of Social Sciences, Business Economics, 3.75; Emily Sue Yurek, College of Edu-

cation, Elementary Education, 4.

From South Haven: Ellen Kathryn Engebretson, College of Science and Engineering, Biology, 4; Nichole Jennifer Janski, College of Education, Elementary Education, 4; Danielle Marie Latour, College of Fine Arts and Humanities, Mass Communications, 3.92.

From Watkins: Nicholas Binsfeld, Undergraduate Studies, Undeclared, 3.75; David Wayne Hokanson, G. R. Herberger College of Business, Finance, 3.92; Dustin Edward Kramer, College of Education, Elementary Education, 3.88; Cheyenne Nicole Marklowitz, College of Education, Community Psychology, 4; Cassandra Marie Nelson, College of Social Sciences, Psychology, 4; Lindsey A Wilson, College of Education, Elementary Education, 3.8.

Klein travels Europe on theatre seminar

Kelsey Klein, daughter of David and Carol Klein of Kimball, is traveling to Europe during the month of May on the "Theatre in Europe" seminar led by Dr. David Wintersteen. This seminar explores European performance spaces, both historic and contemporary, visiting ancient hillside amphitheaters, opulent auditiums, experimental venues, and vibrant commercial spaces. Students will visit Athens, Rome, Venice, Prague and London, and discover how European cultures have been reflected in their theatre productions and the ways theatre serves these societies today.